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19 ***days ***ago
Shawn20
QuoteKRiffhard James James has a ton of Stones' shirts and always does a great job on his guitar lessons.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
Shawn20
the first time I heard the boot of Criss Cross I was pissed. My initial thought was damn - what a missed opportunity. I loved it then - love it now. Just a terrific song! I'm happy it finally has an official release.
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3 ***months ***ago
Shawn20
The song has gained a ton of traction with young aspiring guitarists. Check out all of the YouTube videos featuring covers of Living In a Ghost Town.
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3 ***months ***ago
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I was concerned the minute Jagger kicked off the guitar part. In the past few tours he's played along with Keith, but historically that iconic opening is Keith's. I wanted to see him using a capo on the 8th fret - tuned to Open E. Open G on the fifth works as well - but it's not the original sound of the recording. But Mick sounded great and Woody was wonderful. Keith is a guitar i
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5 ***months ***ago
Shawn20
Very disappointed about the Dallas venue.
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6 ***months ***ago
Shawn20
I saw Taylor bring the house down in Philly in 2013 with Can't You Hear Me Knocking and Midnight Rambler. It was a true highlight of my 28 Rolling Stones' shows.
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11 ***months ***ago
Shawn20
No doubt about this one - Beast of Burden.
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
The article in the Denver Post is by far the worst review they've received on this current tour. "Mangled chords" have always been part of the Stones' live performances. I recall reading an article in 1975 that chided the band for lacking the precision of "modern day acts."
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
There is nothing pathetic about the mention of Mick Taylor on a Rolling Stones' chat board. He was an essential Stone during their most productive period. You can love Woody and Taylor - it's not a mutually exclusive thing.
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
I love Monkey Man - in Jacksonville Keith didn't even attempt the opening riff. Ronnie picks up the slight in the most discreet manner. I really thought Keith was in trouble. But he woke up and killed it the rest of the evening.
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
There is an undeniable power when they appear on the stage. It has a supernatural quality about it. They are stars - they know how to be stars - they've been rock gods for 50 years plus. One reviewer wrote - it's not about reliving past greatness - this IS greatness. This is no victory lap tour.
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
The Stones had 80,000 in 78 and 87,500 in 81. I was fortunate enough to be at both shows. I was also at New Orleans on this tour - it filled up quite nicely - a sell out? No - but it was a good crowd.
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
We're sorry for the delay...
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
Keith sang great in Jacksonville - just could not have done better. His playing on Slipping Away was also superb. But he did jump the gun on Street Fighting Man and Honkey Tonk Woman. Are those sorts of things discussed in post show meetings or do they just brush it under the rug?
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
There were strange moments from Keith - but when he woke up and kicked into high gear, it was one great night. An exceptional show!
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
Yes, Jacksonville is very happy about the Stones' show on Friday. It will be hot - a total contrast to New Orleans. I have Pit tickets for this one.
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
How has this show sold? I was concerned about New Orleans - but it filled up nicely.
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
It was a great show. The sound was very good in the 335 section. Mick had a lot to say during the course of the show. He was drinking a ton of something out of cup near the front of the stage. If magic exists - they have it.
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
it will certainly be an unusual show and vibe. I am curious how empty it will be. I really thought they would have cancelled it due to the slow ticket sales - combined with the storm. But, since they didn't - I will be there.
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
QuoteTheBlockbuster QuoteStraycat13 Quoteschillid Following The River Great song. If I could rewrite history, the Stones should've come back touring already in 2010, and playing Pludered My Soul and Following The River as their two new songs of the tour, and Doom and Gloom + One More Shot should've never happened. I was listening to Plundered My Soul and The River this morning. V
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
You can make the case that Under My Thumb should be played at every show. It was a great tour opener in 1981.
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
I will make the 3 hour journey from Pensacola to New Orleans on Monday. It is almost 41 years to the day - that I first saw the Stones on the Some Girls' tour on July 13, 1978. Of course it won't be the same without Van Halen and the Doobie Brothers - but it will be a great show. I love the Stones and I'm very fortunate to see them for the 27th time this Monday.
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
Quotegrzegorz67 Quoteschwonek QuoteChris Fountain Seat Prices dropping rapidly! Pit 494 and tickets for just 64 bucks also. Decent club deck seats near the front now down to $110. I did the last minute thing for the Who in London yesterday. For slower selling shows, It really does pay to wait it out. Are you getting this information from the local box office?
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
Quotegrzegorz67 Quotebjornkasm I regret taking the car. Train looks safer to get there. I was there for the Licks show in 2002. It remains the worst stadium for access I have ever experienced in over 30 years of concerts. Even worse than Twickenham. Unless you can stay at close proximity to the show, your best bet is the train and even that’s treacle slow. Worse than Twickenham??? I made that
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
I love Bobby Keyes - but the new guys does a great job.
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
I had Lucky Dips for three of the four shows I saw on Zip Code tour. They were all in the nosebleed sections - but you cannot complain about the value. I'm doing the Pit in Jacksonville.
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
80,000 in the Superdome in July of 78. The afore mentioned 87,500 in 1981. The fantastic Steel Wheel's show - sold out in three hours. After attending all of these shows - it was difficult seeing the Superdome less than full for the 94 Voodoo Lounge show.
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
Beast of Burden is always a crowd favorite - it should be a warhorse.
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***1 year ***ago
Shawn20
QuoteWoz They can retire the blues tunes and put a classic Stones song in that slot. Absolutely! There are too many classic Stones' songs to be played, to be using up valuable space doing obscure covers.
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