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22 ***days ***ago
IrelandCalling4
QuoteRockman Hey Hey .... It's Only Rock 'n Roll is one funky album I've always loved it though do feel it is not as great as the preceding and albums after in the 70s. However, it is the Stones in 1973 and 74 has has enough gold going for it. Three of my absolute favourites are on it - Fingerprint File, TWFNO and Luxury. Those three, maaan! If You Really Want..is another I
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22 ***days ***ago
IrelandCalling4
PS I believe we will see the Stones in Europe again. As BV said, 60 and Counting 2022 would be too great a milestone to not mark as we are only 2 years away. Amazing really, closing on 60 years of this unique band.
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22 ***days ***ago
IrelandCalling4
I'm sure Metallica have been discussed here before, couldn't locate a thread though. Many fans of Thrash here? Metallica Mondays have been great on YouTube during last 3 months, every Monday a gig put up. Sloane Castle being one of them. Thrash went through a revival last 10 years of so with great albums coming from a lot of the old guard - Kreator, Testament Anthrax Megadeth,
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22 ***days ***ago
IrelandCalling4
I like it, like it, yes I do! IORR outtake but given we'll likely never see an IORR deluxe it makes sense to release it with GHS.
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23 ***days ***ago
IrelandCalling4
The Clash - London Calling; just happened to be listening to it when registering. Voila - Ireland Calling. Can't recall why 4 was added to it though, lost in the sands of time that riddle.
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25 ***days ***ago
IrelandCalling4
I'd only got into them a year or two before, but in that time had become a superfan; already had 10-12 albums, videos, few Stones books. Saw them live at Wembley July 15th and 16th I think were the dates. Incredible! VL was the new album the year I was buying an album a week for about 2 months and I loved it. Still do; a lot of material that has held up well 25 years later. That era an
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4 ***weeks ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Quotemaumau love the loooong jamming coda, it sounds way much better than the bootlegs. love it Thats the part I loved most too; great to have it officially released and the last minute or so is smokin'!
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4 ***weeks ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Thanks Irix, thats the one. Put "Taschen" in as a search and got nothin! Great to read peoples thoughts though. To purchase or wait for the updated version...
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4 ***weeks ***ago
IrelandCalling4
On a trip to local bookstore yesterday, in a sealed box, the Taschen book (large; photo of Primrose Hill 1966 Buttons album). 133 Euro, but from the photos I've seen online it does look a beauty. Does the book cover the band to more modern days or mainly 60s/70s anybody know? The new Wyman photo book looks good too, From the Inside, is it worthy?
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5 ***weeks ***ago
IrelandCalling4
For a few decades Hearts for Sale was one I'd skip on SW. Last year or two, it clicked. Not one of the best on SW but a groovy, jazzy number.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Seinfeld is without doubt my favourite TV show. I love it; binge watched dozens last summer after a few years not seeing it. Still as funny as ever. So many classic episodes! Serenit now babyyy
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7 ***weeks ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Love the album, always have. Robert Cristgau's review: "looser than you'll ever be". The two singles and their videos are wonderful. Dance Part I is still a thrilling rave up. All About You, Down in the Hole; equally wonderful. The cool swagger of Let Me Go; the guitars, the phrasing, just to hear the band play. Even Send it To Me - the playing, the groove. I love
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8 ***weeks ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Quote24FPS Quote24FPS Yeah, they got a 'sideman', instead of a soloist, which Ronnie also has to do. He's fine on slide. No one will ever take the music to the next level like Mick Taylor did live. Ronnie stays within the confines, and pretty much carries most of the weight now. But now I want to study Rory Gallagher. Never heard of him in the states. Last year I got onto Michael
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Was good alright, BBC4 on friday nights usually is music documentaries. Same with SkyArts1, music night normally fridays.
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
QuoteRockman ....now aint that a thing of beauty ....... thanks man It sure is, truly wonderful. As I type Beast is playing on Sucking in the 70s, even edits cannot harm the majesty of this track.
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Goodpoints jdwelda, It is disheartening, and even though rationally concerts will be back, it is hard to see that among the irrational scenes here. The fear in the population at least in Ireland would lead you to believe the bubonic plague is rampaging outside. We collected our 6 year old daughters schoolbooks yesterday, the warning emails from the school and procedure to simply collect books
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
QuoteRockman .heck ... who went back and dug this dead dog up ????? I dont know how I landed with the thread, was a link in another thread I was reading (track review of Rock and a Hard Place I think - big into Steel Wheels at moment). After posting saw 2010 was last known activity lol
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2 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
I've been rediscovering his first two solo albums, mighty fine stuff on both. Especially the debut, whether electric, acoustic or mandolin - wonderful playing.
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3 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Since '63 maybe, losing Tony Chapman and Carlo Little was the beginning of the end
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3 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Folks, Any Rory Gallagher fans here? His new live album from one of the best live years of his career 1977. 'Check Shirt Wizard' taken from four UK shows in January 1977, and it is fiery, exciting stuff! That last 4 tracks for instance, Rory blazing through some thrilling bluesy rock'n'roll. An incredible player and performer. Have been rediscovering his catalogue recent
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3 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Agreed, even in early 90s when first discovering them, information hard to come by. The only way of seeing list of albums and even critical opinion was one of the band biographies, so I bought one. Every piece of information is so easily and wuicjly accessible these days, as well as any music or video content you"d wish to see when checking out new bands. Its a goldmine of information.
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3 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Agreed that OOC is damn good on that Ole Ole clip; seems a well known song in South America. I've grown to really love the song I must say over the years.
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3 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
QuoteNilsHolgersson I think it sounds a bit like Mick's song Lucky Day. Lucky Day one of my favourites from GITD; slinky stuff. Love the new one, we need one more Keith backing vocal on it: "its a ghost town babyyy" Well done lads, damn fine stuff.
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3 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Really enjoyed it, fine performance and just great to see them. Far better than Macca and Elton. My other half, not the biggest Stones fan at all, even enjoyed and said they look and sound cool. They sure did.
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3 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
QuoteGazza QuoteCristiano Radtke Just guessing: Balinalee Population 347. So obscure a place I doubt too many people living on the island of Ireland have heard of it. I certainly haven't. I doubt Bob has either!! The town of Balinalee are going to be on the map now Gaz Like Moneygal will live off the Obama visit, Balinalee, "As referred to by Mr. Bob Dylan", will be on the t
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3 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Pretty Beat Up is damn good, yes. I love the Stones version also, one of my absolute favourites on Undercover. Just such a groove! And that sax break.
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3 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
I'm a big fan of all of Ronnie's solo studio and live albums. Raucous rock'n'roll. I saw him live in Dublin December 2001 and Londons Drury Lane summer 2005; loved both. The 2001 album 'Not for Beginners' has some wonderful material on it. My top 3 solo Ron would still be debut solo album. Now Look, and Slide on This. Great stuff indeed.
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3 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
Cannot wait to get this book! It does look wonderful I have to say from the bits n' bobs I've seen so far online.
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4 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
The problem is the categorisation. The article from John Ioannidis at Stanford goes some way to explain. An open lettet to the German Government recently (I will try and locate it) from a Senior reiterates those same concerns of mis-categorisation. It is vital as draconian measures are being implemented based on this data and the models that derive from it. Its at least worth considering.
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4 ***months ***ago
IrelandCalling4
QuoteHappy24 Fair enoug, bv. Concerning the numbers of deaths caused by the virus, the only fact I know is, that in our country in the first five official cases of death it was officially said, that the cause of death was most likely not the coronavirus. Those 5 cases are from the very start part of the "total deaths" column on worldometers. Such thing was never discussed since then. Si
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