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3 ***months ***ago
audun-eg
The ‘89-‘90 live version is superiour. It’s almost a different song than the studio version. Love both!
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6 ***months ***ago
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Quotejohnypar Willie and the poor boys - these arms of mine Even though he is in the promotional video, he is not actually playing on the recorded track.
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6 ***months ***ago
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QuoteKRiffhard Keef and Charlie on this one... Josephine No and no. Wayne P. Sheehy on drums. No Keith.
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7 ***months ***ago
audun-eg
James Kottak - the drummer has a great record from Montrose through Kingdom Come (his drumming on the self titled album and In Your Face is great), MSG and many years in Scorpions. He is obviously not up to his game here, for whatever reason that might be.
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9 ***months ***ago
audun-eg
Very cool! Their album the whippoorwill is one of the best albums ever recorded in the genre.
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10 ***months ***ago
audun-eg
The Dead Daisies - Bitch. Cool version! video:
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***1 year ***ago
audun-eg
QuoteShott I like the solo on Blinded by Rainbows if that is Ronnie I always wondered. Yes, that’s Ronnie, and you’re right. It’s great. Edit: Also worth mentioning Crazy Mama. Sort of a melodic theme solo he has also done simillar to in other songs. Don’t Stop springs to mind as an example.
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteStonedRambler QuoteIsakSun He couldn't have come up with the same great ideas, when he was playing the songs live he was copying what they(Perkins and Mandel) already had recorded on the album. Ronnie hasn't come up with one great solo on a record worth to remember. I think there are some catchy and sweet solos/guitar interludes by Ronnie on the Some Girls album. Also this B-Ben
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***1 year ***ago
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Quoteretired_dog For what it's worth, I think "19th Nervous Breakdown" is now played as it should be played, compared to the slow arrangement of the Licks tour. I never understood why they ever felt the need for this slow tempo arrangement, and that includes the slow version of "The Last Time" from the Bridges To Babylon tour too. Basically two energetic power number
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***1 year ***ago
audun-eg
I have to say as I’ve said before. The Tumbling Dice version of the Wild Horses single from Stripped. Superb in every way. Also Start Me Up from Tokyo 1990 comes to mind. And Jumping Jack from Get Yer Ya Yas, even though Buenos Aires 2006 is pretty close. Probably as good as it gets
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***1 year ***ago
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I have to say as I’ve said before. The Tumbling Dice version of the Wild Horses single from Stripped. Superb in every way. Also Start Me Up from Tokyo 1990 comes to mind.
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***1 year ***ago
audun-eg
From the YT clips from this years tour so far, I must say that the band sounds great, and Steve Jordan seems to fit well. He seems to have paid great attention to the original recordings which Charlie hardly ever did. A remarkable example is how they now do 19th Nervous Breakdown with a shuffle swing true to the studio recording, as opposed to a regular straight beat they did with Charlie in late
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteIrix Quotejumpingjackflash5 As for final bows, there could be a bow of Mick, Keith, Ronnie, Steve Jordan and Darryl Jones, and then bow of Mick and Keith only. As suggested here - - final bow in 2 parts: first 'new' members (1975+2021) and then last (and longer) the two originals from 1962. I think that would be disrespectful to Mr. Wood. He is an official member of the ba
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteAntoineParis Honest I Do Unique Drums Sound Pure Stones Magic Keiths guitar is so out of tune on this version, it makes it practically unlistenable.
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteKRiffhard QuoteMeise According to Nico Zentgraf CW played drums on eight of the ten on Dirty Work. Steve Jordan played drums on Too Rude, Ron Wood played drums on Sleep Tonight. .. or Ronnie?! No way that’s Ronnie on Too Rude. On Sleep Tonight it’s quite clear that it’s an amateur playing the drums. Too Rude is another story.
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteIrix Quoteribbelchips Does Charlie actually play on Ghost Town, by the way? It sounds more like a drum computer "Charlie Watts: Drums." - according to the Credits: Amazon picture , - (i)-Button. Maybe it's a bit 'electronically processed' - like partly Mick's voice (Vocoder). Probably processed, and also the drumsound is much more dry than what we ar
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***1 year ***ago
audun-eg
So sad... and unreal...
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***1 year ***ago
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Quotedonvis I still think it’s the Rolling Stones after listening to it maybe 20 times Definetly sounds like Jagger. The tune in the tv-series that is. Not the youtube-link posted in this thread. That’s obviously not Jagger, or the Stones for that matter.
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***1 year ***ago
audun-eg
Clearly a leftover from the GHS sessions. Criss Cross is superior to this. Disappointing to be honest.
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteMathijs QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotedeardoctor Quoteaudun-eg Quotedeardoctor Quotelatebloomer I just came across this article, don't think I've seen it here yet. Ultimate Classic Rock listed their top ten Charlie Watts songs in their January issue. Here's the list and the link at the bottom. It's a nice tribute to Charlie. Feel free to add your own. 10. Moon is
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***1 year ***ago
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Quotedeardoctor Quotelatebloomer I just came across this article, don't think I've seen it here yet. Ultimate Classic Rock listed their top ten Charlie Watts songs in their January issue. Here's the list and the link at the bottom. It's a nice tribute to Charlie. Feel free to add your own. 10. Moon is Up 9. 19th Nervous Breakdown 8. Undercover of the Night 7. Gimme
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***1 year ***ago
audun-eg
Steve Jordan is excellent! John Mayer and Eric Clapton in addition to Keith, seem to agree.
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***1 year ***ago
audun-eg
Refreshingly straight forward punky rock! One of the best Stones-related tunes in decades! I love it!
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***1 year ***ago
audun-eg
I like the album. The rework of 1974s It’s a Wonder, which is here called She’s Wonderful, is very good. I Got Time is also a great jazzy ballad. Stuff is much better on the first Rhythm Kings release. November is worth listening to.
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***1 year ***ago
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Rocks Off - Original Exile version Tumbling Dice - Live version from the Wild Horses single ‘95 Midnight Rambler - Get Yer Ya Yas version Start Me Up - Original Tattoo You version Jumpin’ Jack Flash = Live version from Bridges to Buenos Aires Tomorrow the list might be different, but these fibe will always be among my all time favorites.
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2 ***years ***ago
audun-eg
Wandering Spirit is by far Micks best solo effort. Anyway his others aren’t bad at all. I especially like Primitive Cool. Mainly because of pretty strong songwriting and musicianship.
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2 ***years ***ago
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QuoteNikkei "I desperately wanted to have a live recording of this band, because at that time I didn’t know if we’d get together again or what would happen." Uhm, oookay? I thought he recently said that for a long time, they had no idea that the recording even existed The recording was first officialy released in 1991. A couple of years could be defined as «a long time».
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2 ***years ***ago
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QuoteBig Al Quoteaudun-eg You can see here that he plays two strings tuned so that he easily can play the boogie figure without having to stretch his fingers. I seem to remember Wyman himself stating in an interview that he couldn't really play the guitar other than some strumming in some open tunings. That surprises me, as I've always been under the impression that most bassists
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2 ***years ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman You can hear some of what likely is his strumming here. You can see here that he plays two strings tuned so that he easily can play the boogie figure without having to stretch his fingers. I seem to remember Wyman himself stating in an interview that he couldn't really play the guitar other than some strumming in some open tunings.
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2 ***years ***ago
audun-eg
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