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Palace Revolution 2000
I love this song. Womack's vocals are of course stellar in his original version, but overall I'd say Wood's rendition is better. We get great vocals by Wood and Womack, and the band's arrangement is IMO much tighter. Ron Wood is a funky guy. On 'Now Look' especiaLLY.
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Quote24FPS QuoteBig Al Quote24FPS I hope it covers Darryl's inability to switch from successful jazz bassist to a credible rock bassist. At least not with the Stones. I’m all my years of observing and contributing on our great forum, you’re the only person who knocks Daryl. I ‘get’ that he’s not Bill Wyman, but he really isn’t that bad, you know? He’s been hired fir every tour since Voodoo
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I seem to think 'One Hit' was only played up to '89. It's a song that should have worked live. Maybe it's just one of those great cuts (like 'Rocks Off') that doesn't come off live. Others like 'Anybody seen my Baby' are understandable not working live. I watched the Double Door again, and that song weak. IMO the good songs on DW are great (
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2 ***months ***ago
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I find it amazing that after so many years of IORR, we can still come up with an original question.
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2 ***months ***ago
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Just great to see 'Brown Sugar'.
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QuoteRockman ...the combination to the back door would be handy .... Ha!
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I was driving in my truck at 5 a.m., and was listening to a sports radio station They had a retired football player named George Rogers (I think) on the phone, and he talked to them for a long time. He has won Heisman Trophy, all kinds of accolades etc, and had a street named after him. What was so inspiring about the conversation was how gracious he was, and basically content; and very aware of
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3 ***months ***ago
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Quotegeorgie48 QuoteProfessorWolf i don't think the song has any specific overall meaning but here's my best guess on some of the lyrics When the old men do the fighting and the young men all look on i assume about the "old men" sending the "young men" to fight in vietnam And the young girls eat their mothers meat from tubes of plasticon I al
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteKRiffhard Terrific... It's a great version musically. I always like when Keith talks about Jagger's harp playing being 'the pure unadulterated Mick Jagger". he is such a fantastic harmonica player. But visually...I love when Jagger does his thing. But by '89 you can see that he has had trainers, and has made it a workout. I love Jagger's moves in '72 be
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Quoteroryfaninva "Gimme Some Neck" was a major college staple. Fun record, production a little dated. Saw the Barbarians at The Cap Centre in Largo Maryland (no special guests) As far as Woody singing live, a little goes a long way. Pretty painful on some tunes. Mac, om the other hand, sounded good- up till then I didnt know he could sing. I think the word 'dated' is being
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3 ***months ***ago
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There are so many great versions. When they lock it in, there is no one on the planet who can do what they do. This thread made me go check out many versions, and I noticed that this is a cut that really shines in the Wood era. It's two guitars , all double stops, and mid-range grunge. In '69 Taylor was still playing mainly rhythm, and on the Altamont version e.g. one can hear that Ta
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I love Ronnie's solo albums. Bobby Womack was a great partner for Ron on 'Now Look', maybe a bit underrated. But IMO his most soulful album, and really well played tracks. I love doing detailed reviews of his albums. Anyone remember the release of 'I Feel Like Playing"? It came out of nowhere. No one had any idea.
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3 ***months ***ago
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Love that band. Brandon is a great frontman and singer. Drummer too.
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Quote24FPS Not really different from the original. Still, a great track. When Mick's harp comes in it harkens back to Brian on 'Honest I Do' on the first album. (Which, despite the band's reverence for Jimmy Reed, is the only song of his I think they recorded until Blue and Lonesome.) Honestly it's not what jumps to mind when I think of my favorite tracks on the disc, but
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I dont think LZ would have fallen apart. Yes, they put out a mediocre album with 'Presence'; but that is probably because Plant was not really present. 'In through the out door' IMO was a major shift, and could have opened brand new doors. And Punk would have given them a wake up call too. Who knows? I just recently watched JCM's excellent mini movie on ITTOD. Much li
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QuoteStoneage That decision should have been taken decades ago in that case. It's too late to stop now. They have already decided to roll as long as it's possible. All the way to the end. At first I thought this was the post to wrap up this thread; says it all in a couple of sentences. Now I;m not so sure - I do believe that a small twist can derail, and shape even such an iconic care
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3 ***months ***ago
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Mac's solo albums are all tops. Always riding on his personality and charm. Such a huge part of the faces was that they were just so damn likeable. And IMO 'All the rage' is one of the best rock books out there.
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I actually click on this thread in some weird hope that I missed the announcement, and the new album is dropping next month.
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QuoteProfessorWolf QuotePalace Revolution 2000 I think Taylor had a great sense of timing and rhythm. It isn't talked about much because he is such an iconic lead player. I was in a studio once where he was overdubbing a lead for someone. And it really didn't sound all that great. Or so I thought. We were hearing only him. when heard in context of the track I was blown away. cool stor
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3 ***months ***ago
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Hottest for me was inside - '81 in the Fox, ATL. Scorching.
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Ringo IMO is one of the best drummers to ever come around. The Beatles wrote the most sophisticated pop songs. The drummer had to be just right. I can not even think of another drummer who could have done 'She Loves You"; "Here Comes the Sun"; "I Feel Fine"; "Tell me Why"; Sure, today many can play the parts; but he is the OG
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I think Taylor had a great sense of timing and rhythm. It isn't talked about much because he is such an iconic lead player. I was in a studio once where he was overdubbing a lead for someone. And it really didn't sound all that great. Or so I thought. We were hearing only him. when heard in context of the track I was blown away.
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Quotegeorgie48 QuotePalace Revolution 2000 It's probably not a popular opinion, but I think all these old acts should stop. It's embarrassing watching them get wheeled out; not able to sing anymore. Well PR2000, THAT is axactly the "problem" with the Stones ... I don't know if you were in Berlin, but I can assure you that Mick was singing really good (to say the least)
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It's probably not a popular opinion, but I think all these old acts should stop. It's embarrassing watching them get wheeled out; not able to sing anymore.
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What a great track on a fantastic album. I realize that Jagger copped a lot from this song while recording his own 'Blue" B-Side to a solo single.
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'The geezer wears many masks' that's a great quote by Liam. Yea Paddy, I was going to ask you if you'd seen it. I still have never finished it. Liam is the real deal. Loyal to the bone.
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IMO there's no excuse for how Liam left the stage. I actually thought he was getting zapped from the mic; didn't even know about his larynx bla bla. Bottom line - nowadays folks fork out a lot of cash for a show, and it has never been 'Rock'n roll" to disrespect your fans. Besides that I love Oasis, and IMO Liam is a topnotch lead singer. But these things come down to
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3 ***months ***ago
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I always loved this song, but way deep down I think I sort of felt that it was a little bit labored. I'm into James Brown, Sly, and Memphis Soul, where it flows w/o boundaries. I think I used to actually listen to the '73 Live versions of 'Heartbreaker' more than studio version. Always thought the funk jam was a little lead footed. But playing this video clip...it's so f
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3 ***months ***ago
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I don't think they're going to take on any major treks anymore. Like So America, which has some major Stones fans. For guys in their late 70's it may just be too much of a good thing. Too far. Stones are where they are also because they are pragmatists. At this stage IMO it is the iron drive of Jagger alone that is keeping them going on tour. I think on their own Keith and Ronnie
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QuoteRaiseTheKnife Can someone explain what Keith is doing from 5:44 in this video? Why is he playing totally out of sync with the rest of the band? Is he unable to hear himself or does he actually think it sounds good to play like that... I've noticed similar weird playing from him on other songs as well. I don't really hear anything wrong there. Might be some kind of latency bet
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