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georgie48
QuoteBoognish Mick asks John "Do you remember that old place off Broadway?" What is he referring to? Is there a story there or was Mick just making shit up? It may have been Andy Warhol's The Factory, an old place in Greenwich Village, off-Broadway (?). Both Mick and John visited the place several years before 1968. I only don't know if they were there at the same time, b
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***Yesterday
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Quotebitusa2012 QuoteRockman Had contact with Rocky a few days ago …. Basically said he was tired of fighting the negativity that has seeped into IORR ….. still keeps an eye on us all but at this stage has no real desire to post anything.... But give him time ...He's a good lad and I reckon with a little gentle persuasion I can jimmy-bar him back.... Whilst I understand his n
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***Yesterday
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Charlie is good tonight, ain't he? Tonight? He's always good! Happy birthday, Charlie!
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THANKS Jordy and ROCKMAN! You made my day Gonna fill my corona days (I mean "isolation") in doing some research here
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3 ***days ***ago
georgie48
QuoteStoneage I think the real question is whether 60-70's acts like Macca, The Stones, Elton and Rod will stop touring. I guess many are afraid of that. I think that they will continue as long there is money to be made from it. And why not. I don't think Charlie will tour in his 80's though. There is an end to everything. Off course there is an end to everything (except our an
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4 ***days ***ago
georgie48
John Oliver .... incredibly good with a bitchy bit of humor and not only that, his talks mean there is still hope for America. I really look forward to his response on the 100.000 mark (On "VI" there were "only" 65.000).
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4 ***days ***ago
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QuoteSomeTorontoGirl Wow. At First sight I showed it to a few others ... they all thought "the wrong thing" >< Great!
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4 ***days ***ago
georgie48
I just watched the hour-and-half Dion interview titled "The True Buddy Holly Story". If you like to travel back I time and feel those historic days, take your time and watch it on YouTube. Dion takes you as close as you can get. The day rock'n'roll died .... but not really
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5 ***days ***ago
georgie48
I think that those who heard "Satisfaction" soon after its release in 1965 (for me, European, this was in August) could and would be aware of the impact of the song at the time. For one thing, it knocked Help (from their friends The Beatles) off from the nummer one position in numereus countries. The lyrics were "shocking", the beat was intoxicating, it was rough, heavy, but e
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7 ***days ***ago
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QuoteKRiffhard Quoteangee GMTA, I like Rain Fall Down too, have it as my ringtone. I have Winning Ugly! What happened to Living In A Ghost Town? ... you should be singing it under empty viaducts, on empty beaches, in empty parks and streets! What a great feeling that is. Soooo quiet
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8 ***days ***ago
georgie48
Apart from the bottom disk, a piece from the top one and the third would make my day Nice "labour"
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10 ***days ***ago
georgie48
QuoteBig Al Quotegeorgie48 Quotetreaclefingers QuoteSomeGuy Not every spoken word thingy is rap, or else Patti Smith and Jim Morrison would have been rappers also Just saying. Lou Reed was the Original Wrapper! Well, sorry for Lou Reed, but Rap is not an "new post war thing". There were some great rappers in the Roaring Twenties. I've seen B&W live recorings dating back t
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10 ***days ***ago
georgie48
First of all, I enjoy going over your RS Trivial Pursuit! It makes me aware that there is an amazing lot to know about the Stones. Maybe after more than 56 years some facts simply slip away But sometimes I say ... hay? So recently you mentioned their "2008" tour (which leg was cancelled?). After the 2007 O2 shows in London I had to wait till 2012 to see the 50st Anniversary concerts i
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10 ***days ***ago
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Quotetreaclefingers QuoteSomeGuy Not every spoken word thingy is rap, or else Patti Smith and Jim Morrison would have been rappers also Just saying. Lou Reed was the Original Wrapper! Well, sorry for Lou Reed, but Rap is not an "new post war thing". There were some great rappers in the Roaring Twenties. I've seen B&W live recorings dating back to the 1920s from USA based
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11 ***days ***ago
georgie48
Quoteschwonek So - the first bootleg stuff is out. Not bad. Here is the old merch link: 2019 Silly merchandise. It should read: USA/CA 2020 NO no filter tour.
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11 ***days ***ago
georgie48
QuoteHairball It's nteresting, sad, and completely f*cked up that BILL has been left out of the Black and Blue t-shirt...what a sham. I totally agree. I wonder who came up with that rediculous idea. I sometimes wear that BaB necktie including Bill. We should ban that T-shirt.
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11 ***days ***ago
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QuoteMarkdog Radio edit is way better. The original was too long, guitars muted and Mick sounded shallower than normal. Also snare was too upfront. New edit fixed most issues I had with original. Still just an ok song. No one will be playing it in 3 months ever again lol No one? Mmmm, when corona time has long faded, people will play the song and say: remember those days, when a microsco
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11 ***days ***ago
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QuoteSomeGuy Quotegeorgie48 Quotelaertisflash I think "Memo From Turner" is their most "rapy" tune. I can't disagree with you, but ... officially it's not a Rolling Stones song, at least the official version (I know the blootleg version, though) Freudiaanse verspreking Freudian slip It's corona time, so you are forgiven
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11 ***days ***ago
georgie48
Quotelaertisflash I think "Memo From Turner" is their most "rapy" tune. I can't disagree with you, but ... officially it's not a Rolling Stones song, at least the official version (I know the blootleg version, though)
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11 ***days ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet Typhoon Amphan is, supposedly, the strongest typhoon to make landfall in the Bay Of Bengal in Kolkata. Not sure how that's being measured so far (sustained winds at landfall about 105mph, gusts up to 115 mph make it the strongest?) but for now that's how it's being labelled. Storm surge of 16 feet supposedly. It's in line with earlier predictions that
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11 ***days ***ago
georgie48
Sure they did ..... Cops and Robbers. Well, I think Mick's talking parts deserve to be called rap. I still don't understand why they didn't put that song on Rolling Stones 2 (instead of Grown up Wrong)?
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12 ***days ***ago
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For around only 15$ I would simply buy it (Amazon f.i.) It's a, not spectacular, but very worth having book and it looks nice on the shelf.
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13 ***days ***ago
georgie48
Both bv and me received that "antenne feeling" telling .... 2022. It's only an antenne feeling, so maybe those controlling the Rolling Stones from space are going to do the preparations in 2021: A Stones Odyssey Could it be Brian after all?
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16 ***days ***ago
georgie48
Quotebakersfield I love 'Living in a Ghost Town'. It has the three ingredients essential to any good rock song - rhythm, tension and energy. Most of all it doesn't sound forced, When Plundered My Soul came out it reminded me how the Stones at their best sounded effortless, and how much of ABB had sounded forced e.g Oh Not Not you Again. LIAGT comes over as relaxed and i love how it
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17 ***days ***ago
georgie48
Mick came to see them and ... Brian Jones was still alive. Time waits for no one.
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17 ***days ***ago
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Quotesteffialicia QuoteMileHigh QuoteGreen Lady QuoteJavadave Just play all the places that have no cases. Antarctica, American Samoa, New Zealand, probably a few other remote locations. Anyone not from the area who wants to attend has to get tested before departing, arrive at least two weeks early, quarantine for two weeks, then get tested again. And if they are travelling from the UK (and s
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17 ***days ***ago
georgie48
That's a teaser ... Is John Lennon's Imagine better than the Beatles' Sergeant Pepper? It's different for sure. John was not The Beatles, Keith is not The Rolling Stones. Okay, I do enjoy most of the odd suitable songs the band has chosen to have Keith as lead singer, but I don't enjoy 12 Keith songs in a row, no matter how the instrumental parts of the songs work. I l
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18 ***days ***ago
georgie48
2022 already flashed through my mind some two months ago. Like bv and other mentioned, I can't imagine large numbers of "light" fans will show up at any major concert of any major band or artist as long as a reliable vaccin is not solidly available ... and applied. DieHards will find ways to go, but their numbers will by far not be enough to make those concerts feasable. And then
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19 ***days ***ago
georgie48
Bad news. My Stones friend John, who saw the Pretty Things in their early days and spoke with some of them (D.T.) will be very unhappy. I remember in interviews with Phil, talking about the very early embryo Stones days, often meeting with Brian, Keith and Mick. Higly interesting stories. Commiserations to his family and band mates. RIP Phil.
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19 ***days ***ago
georgie48
QuoteHairball There was a buzz in the air, and rumour had it he was going to sing Little Red Rooster with them when he opened in Oakland, 2006, but it never happened. Great opening set though, and it was my first time seeing Van. I also attended the Stones at Nijmegen, Netherlands, 2007 with Van opening, but the rain and thunder ended his set early and he never reappeared. Another great set
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