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Quotetreaclefingers QuoteDGA35 Hey Treaclefingers, not sure if you knew,one of AC/DC's first shows with Brian was in Vancouver, July 16, 1980 at the Coliseum concert bowl, 9 days before BIB would be released. Streetheart was the opening act. I cut out the review from the Vancouver Sun, the headline said This Highway To Hell One Big Headache! Sorry I missed your note Deej...funny, I'd
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QuoteRollingFreak Black Ice was just way too long. That was its biggest issue. They haven't had a truly great album where more than 1/3 of it is good in an incredibly long time. Same thing Stones fans here said about Bigger Bang about the length of the album/cd. Regarding a truly great album where more than 1/3 is good, I can't think of any band that has been around since the 60s/70s
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Angelica, her famous role in Spinal Tap when she designs the Stone Henge monument based on Nigel's napkin drawing, but Nigel unfortunately wrote inches instead of feet!
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Nice. Live vocals with prerecorded music. It's always funny to watch these 60s vids where the drummers are just playing along to a backing track. Charlie just air drumming. Even watching old Who videos where Keith Moon's arms are swinging everywhere but not hitting the snare or any cymbals. Can't remember if this was discussed here previously, when was the first time Bill moved
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Quotegeorgemcdonnell314 Quotecrawdaddy Looks good. Just seen the e-mail about it. Wouldn't it be great if our lads in The Rolling Stones come up with something as good as that. It sure would be nice if the Stones broke into the vaults and gave us something that is not already officially released and something that is not an old pay per view or something heavily bootlegged. W
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5 ***days ***ago
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QuoteMisterDDDD QuoteElmo Lewis I always thought "Jayne Mansfield" in the 2nd row was Raquel Welch. Jayne and Raquel definitely looked similarly gorgeous, but definitely Jayne. She had a certain look about her.. I'm sure many on this board know that Jayne's daughter is Mariska Hartigay, actress on Law and Order SVU. Her dad is the late Mickey Hartigay, Jayne'
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Back in my highschool days in the early 80s, I used to buy every Creem, Circus and Hit Parader magazine, as well as a number of Rolling Stone magazines. Whenever I would make a trip into Vancouver, I would hit the Import record shops and pick up the newest issue of Kerrang magazine from Britain. Apart from the Stones, my faves were Van Halen and AC/DC and they were featured heavily in those mag
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7 ***days ***ago
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Nice print but I don't think it's worth $1100 US. I can picture this being at a filming of Ready Steady Go with the band playing The Last Time or Satisfaction!
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Quoteskytrench WTF schillid? BIB...those were the days when nearly all the songs on the album were great, hard to top Hells Bells or Given the Dog a Bone. FTATR has grown on me and I like most of the songs on it as well now. After they had peaked, it was only a few good tracks each on Flick and Blow. Same for the later albums where Brian was taken off the songwriting credits altogether. Th
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Quotefrenki09 Surfing with the Alien was number one at the time or close to number one, while Primitive Cool was not riding that high on the charts. So you could argue that the real star was Satriani, not Brenda. I wouldn't call his 1988 solo shows crap. That's a bit harsh. It was not something that people expected from him, perhaps. Satriani is a skilled guitarist. I haven't lis
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Satch is an awesome guitarist, he taught Steve Vai and Kirk Hammett from Metallica. Problem is, he doesn't fit that style of music. It would be no different if Mick got Eddie Van Halen to play guitar on that tour.
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Hey Treaclefingers, not sure if you knew,one of AC/DC's first shows with Brian was in Vancouver, July 16, 1980 at the Coliseum concert bowl, 9 days before BIB would be released. Streetheart was the opening act. I cut out the review from the Vancouver Sun, the headline said This Highway To Hell One Big Headache!
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40 years ago today, Back in Black was released. Second biggest selling album of all time worldwide behind Thriller. In North America, the band wasn't huge, with Highway To Hell being the band's first gold album in the US in late 79. After the release and subsequent huge sales, Atlantic released Dirty Deeds in North America in early 81 to capitalize on the band's popularity. T
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I had a weird dream once probably back in the 90s. I was at the Royal Albert Hall concert in 66. Waiting outside the venue I guess by the back doors waiting for the Stones to arrive along with lots of other fans. I saw Brian but what's weird is that I knew he was dead and that I must have been dreaming! Not sure if that was the only time the Stones played RAH.
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Quotemakemeburnthecandle I wasn’t aware the Stones actually threatened a law suit against Trump. I thought they just requested the campaign to stop playing their songs. I think first it was a request, then the threat of lawsuit
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QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteDGA35 Did Peter or the band have any interaction with the Stones? I don't recall ever seeing pics of them together at any parties, backstage, etc. Keith played with Mick Fleetwood on the Jerry Lee Lewis tv-gig. I forgot about this. I actually taped it when it was on, Dick Clark was the host. I was thinking more back in the late 60s. Like did Peter ever me
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QuoteGasLightStreet Quotekeefriff99 QuoteRollingFreak Sheesh, what a saga. I know it takes two to tango, but his once-and-future wife sounds like bad news. And even though the Mail is a sleazy tabloid, this article comes close to swaying me to the idea that maybe he should just leave well enough alone given his condition. Never knew about the affairs or the paint can. Wow. That's real
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QuoteIrix 24-Jul-2020: Genesis have confirmed that their ‘The Last Domino?’ UK and Ireland tour, which was due to take place throughout November and December, has been pushed back to 2021 and two new dates were added. The Last Domino? 2021 tour dates are as follows: Apr 01: Glasgow SSE Hydro, UK Apr 02: Glasgow SSE Hydro, UK Apr 05: Birmingham Utilita Arena, UK Apr 06: Birmingham Ut
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Did Peter or the band have any interaction with the Stones? I don't recall ever seeing pics of them together at any parties, backstage, etc.
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16 ***days ***ago
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Don't think they did any band intros in the 60s, perhaps apart from Mick introducing Charlie to come up and introduce the next song like Little Red Rooster. Also, Long John Baldrey introducing the band at the beginning of Got Live If You Want It.
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16 ***days ***ago
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Rest In Peace Peter!
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17 ***days ***ago
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Quotepftw04 Personally I feel they should reconsider Ritchie Blackmore for their last concert whenever, where ever its is. He is the real Deep Purple If they do a farewell show, definitely Blackmore should be in it. Should also get Rod Evans and Nicky Simper and play Hush/Kentucky Woman as well as Coverdale and Hughes to sing Burn and Stormbringer!
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QuoteMisterDDDD QuoteDGA35 Kraken, Minnesota Wild, TB Lightning. I guess if you want to get technical, Red Sox and White Sox! Several WNBA teams don't have an S at the end of their names. I don't follow WNBA but I know there's Reign and Liberty. A hot off the presses addition to the list... "The Washington Football Team" at least for the upcoming season. And
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18 ***days ***ago
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I googled WNBA teams, there are more than I thought: Seattle Storm, NY Liberty, Minnesota Lynx, Phoenix Mercury, Atlanta Dream, Chicago Sky, Indiana Fever, Connecticut Sun, Charlotte Sting, Portland Fire, Miami Sol, Utah Starzz, Orland Miracle! I thought Seattle Reign was a WNBA team but they're a women's soccer team.
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18 ***days ***ago
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First curtain call bow was Wembley 82 which was before Leeds. I wasn't there (being a high school kid in Canada) but I remember it was either in Rolling Stone magazine or another one at that time where they had a picture of them waving and mentioning that was the first time in memory that they did that. I was watching a Rush documentary and they had an interview with Ray Daniels, who was
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18 ***days ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet They will be the second pro team (I'm sure someone could correct this) that I know of, both in the NHL, that will not have an S at the end of their name. Well, ha ha, it could be a lot worse of a name! Kraken, Minnesota Wild, TB Lightning. I guess if you want to get technical, Red Sox and White Sox! Several WNBA teams don't have an S at the end of their n
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19 ***days ***ago
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QuoteElmo Lewis Any ideas as to what the Stones regular touring support musicians make? Ronnie was paid $250,000 for the 1975 tour - I read that somewhere. Mac was paid $15 or 20K for the 1978 tour. It's in his book. I would think Chuck and Darryl were well paid. I would have thought so too, but then they only play a dozen or so shows in recent years. So quite a bit of down time
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QuoteRockman Good doco but sad in ways .... Always waitin for that phone call .... Exactly! Makes me think that Bernard isn't compensated very well with the Stones. I remember when Bowie played US Festival in 83, Stevie Ray Vaughn was his guitarist. Bowie and Van Halen were paid $1.5 million each. I recall Bowie paid his band $250 each.
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20 ***days ***ago
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Saw this on PBS couple weeks ago, an interview with Earl Slick and how he's been a sideman/session man for many different artists throughout his career. Also interviewed was Bernard Fowler, who said that between Stones work, he's always looking for work to do. Said something to the effect that he doesn't consider himself a Rolling Stone, just a sideman. I knew who Earl Slick was
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20 ***days ***ago
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Well the 2002 remasters are hybrid SACD's and I prefer stereo versions of most of the songs.
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