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5 ***weeks ***ago
Wild Slivovitz
QuoteMathijs QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteMathijs Sex Drive has some very intricate guitar parts from Richards, which are quite difficult to play. I always liked the song very much, great drive and great sound. Mathijs That little lick when everybody stops is insane. Before the 'hey!!!!". That's a great lick, a bit like he played on Rock and A Hard Place from Tokyo 1990, wh
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotevertigojoe I agree. I like this track. And for sure, England is lost. Time will tell...
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2 ***months ***ago
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Quoteukcal 10th June – Piazza Plebiscito, Naples, Italy ...that's like a three-minutes walk from my place...
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6 ***months ***ago
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I really love this latest album. It might well be their best yet, IMO.
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7 ***months ***ago
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Sounds like they didn't manage to secure synch rights of Stones' tunes (at least I can't hear any in the trailer). Still, looks like a great documentary!
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7 ***months ***ago
Wild Slivovitz
QuotePalace Revolution 2000 You got to hand this one to Lennon & McCartney & Harrison. It's endless; Take the albums "Hard Days' Night". It is one magnificent bridge after another. "Things we said to day", "Ill Be Back" title track "If I Fell"... "I love you" in 'Michelle", just brilliant; going into the solo "
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8 ***months ***ago
Wild Slivovitz
QuoteHairball Streets of Love That's easily the one.
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9 ***months ***ago
Wild Slivovitz
Just put on the bonus CD of the Some Girls re-issue.
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11 ***months ***ago
Wild Slivovitz
Quoteretired_dog QuoteGasLightStreet I'm going to just... Doxa - on a limb here - based on what I've read and how I understand record deals and what you said - the deal they have with UMG regarding the 15 million hence 3 new albums being that The Rolling Stones have to give them 3 new albums - per the deal - uh, well, the deal says this... 3 new albums. Period. UMG is a bank. The $1
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***1 year ***ago
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Some mantain that Ringo cannot really play drums anymore, so it felt safer to keep on stage Macca's drummer too. I ain't no drummer, but from the footage Ringo's contribution sounds messy. Of course in the arena I didn't pay any attention to that, since everybody was overwhelmed with the excitement of seeing these guys on stage together. It was great no matter what.
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***1 year ***ago
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That's not the first time Ronnie joins Macca on stage, though! Having been there myself, I must reckon it was pretty epic. And Ronnie sounded great!
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteNaturalust Quoteliddas QuoteNaturalust QuoteBob C. What key was the studio version in. I think it was in A major. Probably played in G on at least one of the guitars, capo'ed at the second fret. peace Studio version - two guitars, both standard tuning, one with a capo at the second fret (Keith) the other without a capo (MT). As for the key of the song, I am
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***1 year ***ago
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Quotemtaylor QuoteBungo Quotemtaylor QuoteRockman Maybe while there in gay Pareeeee Mick could come up with a Stones Classic by gluein' Street Fightin' Man and Petrol Blues tagether …. Then other taxes. The deficit needs to be paid... Actually it doesn't. And in fact it never will. That the "deficit" needs to be "paid" is a myth perpetually used by
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***1 year ***ago
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Thanks fot the info, just ordered the toungue logo t-shirt, which looks really great!!
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***1 year ***ago
Wild Slivovitz
And it stayed the best live rendition of "Oh No Not You Again" ever!
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***1 year ***ago
Wild Slivovitz
Get "Live Killers" and you'll listen to the real deal
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***1 year ***ago
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Quotedrewmaster QuoteMichaelLassen It’s always been my wish for a kickass opener of a show! It’s uptempo and the best opening lyrics ever: “The band’s on stage and it’s one of those nights - the drummer think that he is dynamite (huge roar obviously). And different and in your face kind of track. Easy for Keith to get in a groove with and for Ronnie to shine on the solo! Maybe it’s jus
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteHappy24 QuoteChris Fountain It would be great to see them release a smash hit that just blows you away the first time you here it such as "Satisfaction" Start Me Up " or even "Rocks Off". Then again, if they create a Goats Head Soup or melodic type album that will be fine too. I just want the music mixed and produced well such as Tattoo You, for example. I
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***1 year ***ago
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Great record. When I listened to it the first time I was amazed how fresh it sounded. I even love the artwork!
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***1 year ***ago
Wild Slivovitz
Quotepaulywaul Luuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuurv Toots. Remember when he supported the RS in Copenhagen, can't for the life of me recall which tour and when ! but anyway, I was there and it was bloody fantastico !!! that was in 2007 for the Bigger Bang tour. Great gig. I was there too.
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteSilver Dagger My first reaction to Egypt Station was not very good with the exception of a few outstanding songs on side (second half of the album). I've persevered and after the 4th listen I reckon it's his best album since Tug Of War in 82. The singles are, weirdly, the weakest songs on it. But for a 76 year-old man to be making music like this is remarkable. I think both "
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***1 year ***ago
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That one was a great gig!!
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***1 year ***ago
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What a great clip!!! He looks and sounds best when he's playing harmonica, IMO. And what a great sound! Wonder which plug - in is he using to get it, or maybe the harmonica was plugged to an amplifier? My bet is that he's working on a demo for the prospective new Stones' album. That's just about time!
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteCousinC QuoteWild Slivovitz The second part of "Can't You hear Me Knocking?" comes to mind... It's never been a jam. I know it's been said for a while. But No! Ok, thanks for the clarification. It indeed has been said for a while:
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***1 year ***ago
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Thanks Bard. I've got to say, it's much worse than I expected!!
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteOpenG Early on Tyler and Perry had a lot more problems keeping the band intact then jagger/Richards.Didn,t they have a lot of lineup changes early on not a huge fan of Aerosmith,Despite the Tyler's troubles, including an incapacitating motorcycle accident in January 1981,Jimmy Crespo and Tyler forged a songwriting and touring partnership. Crespo co-wrote six of t
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***1 year ***ago
Wild Slivovitz
The second part of "Can't You hear Me Knocking?" comes to mind...
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***1 year ***ago
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They did it best during Steel Wheels, but last year's renditions were surprisingly good when they didn't play it as opening song.
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***1 year ***ago
Wild Slivovitz
Sorry, "Following The River" is horrible IMHO.
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***1 year ***ago
Wild Slivovitz
Quotegrzegorz67 I finally made it home to the U.K. a few hours ago. Another Rolling Stones tour over and back to humdrum reality... After enjoying Prague so little, I’m very pleased to report that I got my Stones mojo back for this one and thoroughly enjoyed myself. If this turns out to be thr last time for me, it will have been in a city And country very dear to my heart. Sunday was one of
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