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2 ***months ***ago
Steen G
QuoteDoxa QuoteDandelionPowderman I think it was even a bit earlier, Al. This is a pic from 1992, and his fingers are clearly swelling already. I recall reading in Finnish rock magazine Soundi him talking about his hands and about the possibility if those doesn't work properly any longer. He sounded horrified if that would happen. I think it was him promoting TALK IS CHEAP there - so i
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2 ***months ***ago
Steen G
I just took a dose Ghost Town because facebook kind of turned me into a ghost.
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2 ***months ***ago
Steen G
It has really been a while since I have seen this version of Mick. It is really pleasant and somehow I believe that if he and Keith sat down as just them and not as frontmen we would have another great collection of Rolling Stones songs. PS This is not the first time the two brothers perform together e.g. and
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4 ***months ***ago
Steen G
Quotejbwelda But everyone agrees Mick was off the mark when he claimed SV was recorded at or before Beggars Banquet, and particularly so since he implied the very take/version used on EOMS was from BB era. Just exactly when the version used on EOMS was recorded post Let It Bleed is the question. jb At the risk that the next four pages in this thread does say more on this: SV can easy have be
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4 ***months ***ago
Steen G
Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones - I wonder why that never has been told that much before.
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5 ***months ***ago
Steen G
QuoteCaptainCorella QuoteSteen G QuoteSonofHarlemShuffler I believe the programme was called Our World and the Beatles performed All You Need Is Love. Mick and Keith were there for sure. If that show, and that song, then: RS had begun "We love you" and was recording parts in the beginning of June with Paul and John present. After that they began working on a song "All you
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5 ***months ***ago
Steen G
QuoteSonofHarlemShuffler I believe the programme was called Our World and the Beatles performed All You Need Is Love. Mick and Keith were there for sure. If that show, and that song, then: RS had begun "We love you" and was recording parts in the beginning of June with Paul and John present. After that they began working on a song "All you need is love" that they used
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5 ***months ***ago
Steen G
QuoteGasLightStreet Very cool to hear the original recording of IORR. It's so messy! It had airplay back before the album was released. I don't know how many places but I recorded it from Danish Radio back then and still have it on a cassette somewhere. Besides if nobody has mentioned some of the years on the cover seems very surprising to me. Trouble's A coming sounds more 19
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5 ***months ***ago
Steen G
QuoteMathijs Quoteshadooby I could've come up with that one in my sleep... I could have come up with just about every riff Keith has come up with. I could have, but in reality I never did. Mathijs Lovely quote... I actually did come up with some riffs that Keith never did, but well, they didn't make it very far.
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6 ***months ***ago
Steen G
Quotedmay Interesting part of the Stones history. What was McCartney doing in the studio? Did he play on TSMR? Both he and John was in the studio when they began on We love you which was some days before Beatles began on All you need is love. Pretty interesting fact.
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6 ***months ***ago
Steen G
QuoteRockman Wish the restored high def vid of Child Of the Moon was still available ta watch .... Someone must have downloaded that one before it went away...
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7 ***months ***ago
Steen G
I simply disagree with most of you. Undercover (the song) is a great bastard creation: how do you mix disco with rock or maybe how to move away from silly disco stuff and turn it into rock. But back then most audience found the album very very heavy.
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10 ***months ***ago
Steen G
Quotebv Is the pandemic over? Did I miss something? Current death rate from covid-19 worldwide - past three months: Oct 01 : 1,0 mill dead - 4,000 dead per day Nov 01 : 1,2 mill dead - 7,000 dead per day Dec 01 : 1,5 mill dead - 10,000 dead per day Jan 22 : 2,1 mill dead - 27,000 dead per day This is called exponential growth, a pandemic out of control (Covid-19 background data)
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11 ***months ***ago
Steen G
I shopped my first in London in 1973. I had been staying in Cambridge for a week (language school tour - from Denmark) when we moved to London for a short week-end stay. Checking in the hotel, turned on the radio and the very first song was - I assume - the very first airplay of Angie. Anyway later that day when to a street market (or some) and among other things (like stickers saying: Get somet
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11 ***months ***ago
Steen G
QuoteRip This QuoteTravelinMan Yeah, how about dissecting all of about five guitars in Tumbling Dice? I still don’t know which one Jagger purportedly plays. Here’s the instrumental to get you started: he (riff cousins dude) probably won't...not sure he likes Jagger... And to me all guitars sound like they are Keith. Maybe a very rare fith one here and there very low down in the mi
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11 ***months ***ago
Steen G
So far I can't see Heilung mentioned.
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11 ***months ***ago
Steen G
Quoteslewan Quoteslane82 Brian's finest moment (I was there!): just for comparison: Jimi Hendrix doing the same song: (starts around 1:45) And Jeff Beck
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11 ***months ***ago
Steen G
Quotejbwelda >05. Lavatory Lil - 2:23 This does not bode well if you ask me. A long ways from Polythene Pam. Perhaps I will be surprised. jb Sounds like something that could have been made on a certain holiday with KR a few years back. And there are other interesting tracks on III. But on the other hand I am also one that find Egyptian to be a really great record.
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***1 year ***ago
Steen G
Quotelegin For me it's always been Memory Motel and Winter ! Memory Hotel ... Euphoric??? It is their farewell song to Mick Taylor. First part of B'nB simply is them showing they can make it without him.
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***1 year ***ago
Steen G
Quotegeorgie48 QuoteMingSubu Quoteloog droog Quotepftw04 After death of Brian, came the killer guitarist Mick Taylor, who has transformed the STONES to different level. Methinks the Stones were already at that different level beginning with Jumpin' Jack Flash, then Beggars Banquet and the bulk of Let It Bleed recorded even before Taylor came on board, I like Mick Taylor, but he wa
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***1 year ***ago
Steen G
Anyone on @#$%& before. To me it sounds like they have remixed on the censored version removing the censorship and as far as I remember that was originally a different version before the censor mix set in. Or is it just my mind and memory (I have lost my original original - it was worn out) that are puzzling me?
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***1 year ***ago
Steen G
Yes In Copenhagen 1973. And to be honest if I compare the band as such are stronger in the version with Ron Wood.
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3 ***years ***ago
Steen G
I am looking for something specific. In the original review from 1978 NME by Charles Shaar Murray he changed "Black girls just wanna get @#$%& all night I just don't have that much jam" to "Black girls just wanna get @#$%& all night but they rarely get the chance" But I remember that either in a comment in NME or some other reviewer (Billboard, Rolling Stone as th
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4 ***years ***ago
Steen G
QuoteRedhotcarpet QuoteGaetzi "But like all my songs, it never felt like my creation. I'm a damn good antenna to pick up songs zooming through the room, but that's all. Where did Midnight Rambler come from? I don't know. It was the old days trying to knock you on the back of the head. "Hey, don't forget us, pal. Write a damn good blues. Write one that takes the form
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4 ***years ***ago
Steen G
My best guess is that they will either have to reduce prices a lot, or more likely give away a lot of tickets to get people in there. And if not... well Parken with people can be great, without it will not be pleasant.
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4 ***years ***ago
Steen G
It is a difficult list. Some songs has been released (Leather Jacket - that both were released and turned up as Hand of Fate), others in a different relation (Act together) etc. And then the much more secret that really are missing.
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4 ***years ***ago
Steen G
Bye, bye, bye Chuck... rip and thanks for the music
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5 ***years ***ago
Steen G
QuoteGravityBoy I must watch the Godard film again. I can't remember Keith doing the solo in it. And to be fair, it's not "usual Keith" and does have a touch of the Jimmy Pages about it. He does, and another thing worth to notice: Brian Jones comes up with the hammer on that later became very evident in the Ya-ya version.
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5 ***years ***ago
Steen G
QuotePalace Revolution 2000 QuoteMonsoon Ragoon QuotePalace Revolution 2000 QuoteMonsoon Ragoon Nobody needs 15 weak, but new tracks like the four on Forty Licks or the two on Grrr. A Bigger Bang was something else though, but also ruined by the 3, 4 weak tracks. Which do you consider the weak tracks off ABB, Monsoon? Biggest Mistake, She Saw Me Coming, Dangerous Beauty. Streets Of Love is bo
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5 ***years ***ago
Steen G
Time to repeat a few facts: Some Beatles was in Decca studios the weekend June 10th-11th where Rolling Stones was workning on We Love You. The song had been in writing since February and in recording since May. The Beatles begin working on All you need is love June 14th.
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