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Palace Revolution 2000
During the Montreux Rehearsals in May '72 Keith is playing one of his Teles. It has the standard single coil PU on the neck. The tour starts barely a month later. Did he have the Humbucker put in in that month? Or is this a different Tele? And if it is a different one I don't think I had ever heard of that one.
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10 ***months ***ago
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I will be in the minority here but Johnny Winter has never done anything for me. he is one of those names (like Radiohead) where I keep coming back to them, thinking "It must be me, I am missing something that everyone else is seeing". But it never grabs me. He had a great image. Jagger has said that at the end of the day you also got to have some luck. JW did not get the exposure in
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10 ***months ***ago
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That goes far back. I can't say I was around yet in those times. Not meaning to shift this thread into another direction, but in a similar vein 10 years later is a topic I been thinking about : the Stiff Tours. I was thinking on the big four artists to emerge from there. What a haul. Costello, Nick Lowe, Ian Dury and Wreckless Eric. Reason I was thinking about the tour, is because I watch
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10 ***months ***ago
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QuoteTravelinMan QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteTaylor1 QuoteTravelinMan QuoteTaylor1 Does Taylor play on the alternate take of Loving Cup.Because those guitars sound a little sloppy.And we know her plays slide on You Gotta Move.That slide sounds very simple.So why couldn’t he be playing one of the guitars on Happy,which sounds harder to play than You Gotta Move.It sounds to me that the second solo
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10 ***months ***ago
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Was Keith ever better live on guitar than on the second Wino tour? With the Stones he was great in '78 and '81, but those were huge stadium shows. W/ the Winos he was in clubs, theatres. And one could make the point that waddy is an even better partner for him that Ron Wood. Waddy has a good dose of Taylor in him, yet way more rhythmic chops than MT.
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QuoteTravelinMan QuoteMathijs Listen to the very first lick that is played, starting at 1:18 and ending at 1:20. The reason why I find it typical keith is that the timing is close to being off, closed to being not right. It starts with Bflat, and runs to a G on the low E-string, which is giving vibrato that all most sounds like a correction, then he slides to the G on the D-string, which sounds l
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10 ***months ***ago
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What is great is how one chord can work for a writer. E.g. the diminished chord. a prolific writer will use that for the next year. It is very interesting to watch Dean Ween clips about his guitar playing, and his writing, because he always talks about their discovery of the maj7th chords, and the one position that you can basically slide up and down the board. He used it for a bunch of soul son
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10 ***months ***ago
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The reaction clips are big business on Tube. I think it is a great thing to watch a young generation get hit again with some of the classics. there have been many reaction clips where it made me re-hear the song as if for the first time. But then it became silly because there are obviously people who have heard these songs. But some make it a real study. there is a guy Soul Train Bro who is fan
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10 ***months ***ago
Palace Revolution 2000
you are a class act MelBelli.
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10 ***months ***ago
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RIP Alan, Condolences to the family. Tony (PR 2000)
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QuoteMelBelli QuoteDandelionPowderman From timeisonourside.com: Drums: Ron Wood Bass: Keith Richards Acoustic guitar: Keith Richards Electric guitars: Keith Richards Lead vocal: Keith Richards Background vocals: Keith Richards, Ron Wood, Bobby Womack & Don Covay Piano: Keith Richards Synthesizer: Chuck Leavell I’ve seen this before, and I think it’s just supposition — based on qu
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10 ***months ***ago
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There have been times I thought I had an idea for a long running thread, but invariably it would fizzle out for one reason or another. It is really incredible how exilestones, and mightystork have kept some of these threads going; always interesting, great to look at. I simply cant believe there was a RS spread on the '81 tour that had been tucked away for so long. I wonder what became
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10 ***months ***ago
Palace Revolution 2000
Yes, great thread. STG, you been amazing. W/o going into detail, bt has anyone else noticed how many mistakes the Trivial people have made in the answers?
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10 ***months ***ago
Palace Revolution 2000
Quoteliddas QuoteMelBelli Quoteliddas QuoteMelBelli KR episode 7: Looking at ballads in F! Good one, only I think it’s Keith on piano on Sleep Tonight C Man, I don’t know. Sounds to me like Chuck. Of course I don't know either, but the opening piano does sound a lot like what Keith plays on the 77 Toronto recordings. C Oh I'd say 100% Keith on piano. The style is
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10 ***months ***ago
Palace Revolution 2000
Not every single word should be analyzed, and held up at it's verbatim meaning IMO. In all song lyrics, and Ron Wood in '73,74 was probably free styling a lot. Often one sings lyrics, puts them down, and then assigns meaning afterwards. To be honest, I always thought it was "Pass me up and stone me one more time". But 'stall' probably makes more sense. I hear it m
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QuoteHonkeyTonkFlash QuotePalace Revolution 2000 Jagger was sick, but it was not noticeable in his actions; only his voice was hoarse. They did not do "Lies", and they did not do 'Street Fighting Man"; which they did do at all shows.. But even if he was sick, I remember well that they did "Satisfaction". They were not playing that song on the tour, and it was kind o
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10 ***months ***ago
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Give us 1966-1977, please. Even the drugged out performance of Wild Horses from Knewbworth 1976 is worth more than 100 concerts from the 2000s (by Erik Snow) Agree 100%. To me these re-releases of late era Stones shows is a complete waste of time, vinyl, money, whatever. The are all out there already. We know that there are shows that were recorded, filmed from the 70's that we haven�
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10 ***months ***ago
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Ouch, the image looked so much smaller on my phone. That thing is huge.
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Jagger was sick, but it was not noticeable in his actions; only his voice was hoarse. They did not do "Lies", and they did not do 'Street Fighting Man"; which they did do at all shows.. But even if he was sick, I remember well that they did "Satisfaction". They were not playing that song on the tour, and it was kind of a thing hat they played it. But here my memory
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10 ***months ***ago
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Signifying..means whatever fits. It's like 'perpetrating'.
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The Vogue image that also was around at the time.
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10 ***months ***ago
Palace Revolution 2000
QuoteMelBelli A little detour — Piano for Guitarist Dummies, episode 1. Too many great piano parts are never transcribed or analyzed because they’re “hidden” in guitar-driven music. ... included are bits of Angie, Loving Cup, Wilco’s Shot in the Arm, and Bruce’s It’s Hard to Be a Saint ... Check it out! What is interesting also in Nicky's parts on 'Loving Cup' is that those 6
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10 ***months ***ago
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Truly, I'd never seen this short clip of Jagger in '79, down in Italy.
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10 ***months ***ago
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Marianne with Warren Ellis
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There is much of the '72-beginning-of-the-set-Jagger in that visual. His hair is like '72, he struts like he did then; and he is chewing gum like then with that cocky grin LOL.
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10 ***months ***ago
Palace Revolution 2000
I also think "Struggle" has those'Spanish' overtones. And I do hear the B7 implied; especially in those pauses before it goes back into the Em riff. I thought 'Main Offender' was full of pedal tones. "Eileen" is a great example. But IMO the duo of "Running Too Deep"/"Will but you won't" exemplifies it even more. Those two are s
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10 ***months ***ago
Palace Revolution 2000
I have always considered the A chord in 'Hand of Fate' as one of those implied minor chords that you mention. It's a taint chord, LOL You can bar it in 2nd fret, but you can't really play that C# note on the B string.
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10 ***months ***ago
Palace Revolution 2000
The Love album, and the band actually is one of those titles that took me years to 'get'. I just never gave it any real attention. Fantastic release. Pink Floyd, and Moody Blues show up; Hendrix and the VU.
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10 ***months ***ago
Palace Revolution 2000
QuoteKoen Who TF is Alexandra F. Chase? If I google her name, I only see the Town&Country cover pictures. Good question, Koen.
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10 ***months ***ago
Palace Revolution 2000
In case you are checking this thread MelBelli, I need to amend my previous post. I never read and check them, so I write off the top of my head a hit 'send'. I didn't even say how much I enjoyed your clips.
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