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IrelandCalling4
QuoteSomeTorontoGirl QuoteIrelandCalling4 Absolutely love them, and to echo posts above, they continue to release superb music… Was expecting you to chime in! Of course Ms. Toronto, God Save the Manics Lifeblood mentioned above, great choice - though critically and commercially unloved at the time, even the band (except for Sean, who rates it) frosty towards it ever since. A lot of tha
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2 ***days ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Absolutely love them, and to echo posts above, they continue to release superb music. Between James' sublime solo album last year, 'Even in Exile', and the elegiac, captivating new Manics opus, 'Ultra Vivid Lament', 33 years into their career, they've proven to be an exceptional band. Like Big Al, I was aware of them and interested during their 90s reign, 'Go
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4 ***days ***ago
IrelandCalling4
QuoteWorriedAboutYou I am enjoying the hell out of this release. Same; absolutely loving the bonus tracks. These 9, plus the 3 from GHS (the wonderful Criss Cross, plus All the Rage & Scarlet), I compiled as an album for the ipod and playlist on YouTube. A 12-track "new" album full of high quality material.
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6 ***days ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Really enjoying the bonus disc. I'm so used to hearing tracks like Its a Lie and Fast Talking on bootleg that it is jarring to hear them with new vocals. It's a Lie was always an absolute favourite, delighted it was chosen to be part of this set. Will take time to get used to it with the added overruns and new vocals. Overall, a quality collection.
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7 ***days ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Three of my favourite outtakes from the 70s are Its a Lie/Fiji Jim/Fast Talking. The snippets seem to display new vocals on all three. Looking forward very much to hear them but hope some of the original vox are still in place. Wembley '82; snippets sound good. I love the sound, tempo and manic energy of '81/'82. Hampton and Leeds simply rock! Seattle/Houston '81 on YouTube
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10 ***days ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Quotejomo297 Amazing show. They seem to be really enjoying each other during this run. Smiles all around and they sound fantastic. Gotta figure out how to load pics, but here’s a link to “Beast of Burden” from tonight: Sounding wonderful. Lovely version of Beast of Burden. Been viewing so many great quality videos from all shows thus far and it is s marvel just how good the band are playin
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8 ***weeks ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Thanks so much for that detailed rundown, ironbelly.
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8 ***weeks ***ago
IrelandCalling4
The Flashpoint & Steel Wheels mini-LP SHM-CD, Japan issue, released December 2015 - do they have the CD booklets included? I like the photos of the band included in the original Flashpoint issue, cannot seem to find info on the booklets on these Japanese 2015 issues.
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Much love and much respect Charlie. That amazing sound; the jazz influenced swing, the groove that powered the greatest rock'n'roll band, is as captivating now as it was for any of the last six decades People will be dancing to Charlie's irresistible voodoo drums for many years to come. Cannot believe he has departed.We love you Charlie.
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Quoterebelhipi QuoteIrelandCalling4 Diff in price for TY 2-CD set and the 4-CD is quite something. 2 CD 16.99; 4 CD (incl pic disc and 124 page book) 130.99! That is 113 Euro extra for 2 extra CDs, picture disk and the book! Yes i agree. Im not a vinyl guy. I want to buy it but i cant justify paying 113euros for a copy of the wembley show. I probably will so same as with Goats Head Soup
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Diff in price for TY 2-CD set and the 4-CD is quite something. 2 CD 16.99; 4 CD (incl pic disc and 124 page book) 130.99! That is 113 Euro extra for 2 extra CDs, picture disk and the book!
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4 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Sucking in the Seventies is my favourite Stones compilation. Like above, love the sequencing, the inclusion of then-rare tracks, and even the edits. The Hot Stuff edit in particular, distilled that killer groove into 4 glorious minutes (full version equally magic obviously). I add the Miss You 12" mix to the ipod version of SITS, and it fits the mood perfectly. Whip is savage live ve
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5 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Always been a favourite; instrumentally, vocally, wonderful stuff. Along with the lowdown paranoid funk of 'Fingerprint File' and the Latin tinged 'Time Waits', these three 6 minute plus tracks, along with the title track, were four too quality standouts on the album.
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6 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Have loved this one since first listening. 1994, beginning of my fandom, purchased the albums 1968-1972, followed by GHS on vinyl, then Black and Blue. That wonderful album cover, to the exotic sounds contained - hard funk, reggae, soul, jazz, and cool, spare rock'n'roll. Love every track on it, even Cherry Oh Baby. I recall reading material on some of the albums' admirers: Izzy
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6 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
QuoteRockman ‘Brown Sugar’ adds irrefutable evidence to the case for The Rolling Stones as the greatest rock n’ roll band of all time. And I do mean all time, for it seems more and more unlikely with each passing year that we’ll ever see anyone even close to their like again. You could just as easily point at anything The Stones recorded from ‘Jumping Jack Flash’ up to Exile On Main St - and I wo
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6 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Great write up on the album for its 50th Anniversary in Hot Press. Pat Carty writes good pieces, his piece on GHS20 was wonderful. "That Demon Life: The Rolling Stones and Sticky Fingers"
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7 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Quotepeoplewitheyes Still In Love! What a beautifull tune. Haunting piano/guitar motiff, Jaggs and Keef yelling raw into the mic. Who else loves this one? Anything else we know about it? Love it! Had of course heard the other versions available on previous boots, and always loved the melody. This version is a pleasure to have. Great stuff indeed
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7 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Always loved this one, to echo your thoughts Gaz, Sugar Blue is wonderful on it. I thought this would have made SG deluxe, as well as another gem I never tire of, "I Need You".
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7 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Agreed; this one, Sanctuary and Desperate Man all are quality tracks.
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7 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
QuoteNilsHolgersson Quotemickboy YouTube account and channel has been pulled by universal! Yeah mine too! Not even a warning! Sad.. Was loving your upload of the tracks on YouTube; thankfully we all still have the download. Hopefully this does mean the possibility of a box set of outtakes may actually have merit.
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7 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Dreams to Remember - loving this one, and all of the other '82/'83 tracks. Is 'Dreams to Remember' an original or a cover?
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7 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Day 3 of going through this material, and it is an amazing journey! So many of these songs are high quality and do display that creativity alive and well even into latter years. Thank you so much to everyone involved in getting this to us. Greatest bootleg release. So much stuff to enjoy and revel in. How cool is "She's doing her thing"? Utterly charming psych pop whimsy
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7 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
QuoteHairball QuoteIrelandCalling4 Is Dogshit really 1982? Sounds like DW era. Either way, great stuff indeed. I'm not a boot expert, and not sure how accurate this info. is, but found this on bootlegpedia.com regarding two versions: One from France, 1982, and another version from New York, 1983. Someone else here can probably confirm accuracy. Thanks for that Hairball. Liste
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7 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
QuoteNilsHolgersson I like me some Dog Shit That is brilliant! Not bluesy or groovy Stones, but as pop and anthemic as they have done. I definitely thought the title referred to Ronnie's Pretty Beat Up. Listened to 10 or so tracks thus far, enjoying all! 'Desperate Man' - what a wonderful song. What a gift, 50 of these and perhaps more to come Is Dogshit really 1982
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8 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Loved that! Lots more guitar and percussion. Superior to the album version. Must check the Voodoo Brew/Stew I have as do not recall hearing this super groovy version.
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8 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Wonderful! His page has quite a few colourised clips; Its Alright from 'Charlie is My Darling' live at the Adelphi Cinema Dublin.
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8 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Very few tracks the lads have made would qualify for that genre. Yacht rock, even the name conjures up sterile soulless 80s gated reverb madness! Perhaps one or two from Steel Wheels, that's about it. Agreed on Kayak rock With only one paddle what can you do!
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9 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Absolutely love it; lyrics, melody and performance. One of Keith's best songs.
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10 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
The incomprehensible part, at least in Ireland, is the unquestioned, seemingly infallible nature of how cases are collated. No questions, analysis, or debate, is allowed and altering viewpoints are not aired on RTE/TV3. The case numbers are collated purely as a result of the RT-PCR test. Our Deputy Leader, Leo Varadkar (a doctor), tweeted (in his capacity as a doctor) that restrictions cannot be
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10 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Quotestone4ever QuoteCaptainCorella Quotestone4ever According to the government figures in Britain only 6% of covid deaths have been a direct result of covid. Can you cite the source of that data? TIA. As i said above the Dailywire along with 90% of MSM have done their best to cover up the facts shown by the CDC, the fact remains that the figures we receive are a scam, the CDC foun
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