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rattler2004
QuoteBig Al Quoteslew Most of Exile On Main Street. I was late to the party. When I got into the Stones around 77-78 it was one of the last albums I got and I didn't think that much of it. Always liked Rocks Off, TD, Happy and All Down the Line but the rest took a while to grow on me. I now listen to it often and think it is their finest work. In fact I don't think that there is a
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30 ***days ***ago
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QuoteBig Al Exile is a funny one for me: rarely do I reach for it, yet every time I do so, I'm transfixed. It works superbly as a complete listening experience. I completely understand Big Al, you expressed that perfectly. Bravo!
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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Nothing was the same afterwards
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8 ***weeks ***ago
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Eddie Murphy does James Brown
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4 ***months ***ago
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Moonlight Mile Loving Cup Some Girls Bitch Monkey Man. I love the warhorses, they just aren’t my favorite songs 6-10 Slave Rocks Off Shattered Fingerprint File Shine a Light
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4 ***months ***ago
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Rattler 50-something living in San Antonio, Tx., originally from the Greater Cleveland area, I have lived in England for a few years and some other places all courtesy of the USAF. Been a Stones fan since the late 70s, first concert ever was The Rolling Stones at the Cleveland Municipal Stadium in the summer of 1978.
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4 ***months ***ago
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QuoteMisterDDDD Love Kris.. Have seen him many times over the decades, once with Merle Haggard in a small club like setting some years back. As good a human as he is a writer/performer imo. Legend.. hope he continues to make an occasional appearance. Met him once after a show in San Antonio. From the stage he called out to my Father-in-Law (Whom I didn’t believe knew him...they were High
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4 ***months ***ago
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QuoteBowieStone QuoteLeonidP I got the first album too, Shake Your Money Maker, and I liked it a lot at the time -- still do! But I could never understand how they maintained a following after that, I was lost after Southern Harmony myself. Amorica is their greatest record. I agree...Three Snakes is good too, but Amorica is their peak.
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4 ***months ***ago
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QuoteRockman Aint it truely strange how one can recognize certain people from behind even though you've never seen the back of them before .... I read every one of your posts hearing Keith’s voice in my mind.
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5 ***months ***ago
rattler2004
Ouch Hairball! Give a good listen to The Southern Harmony And Musical Companion and Amorica. They borrowed, but everyone does. Particularly the Juke Joint band this site is dedicated to. Just because they borrow doesn’t mean they can’t come up with their own spin on the goods.
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5 ***months ***ago
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Quoteexilestones 17 1983 MERCHANDISE I had one of those hanging from my rear view mirror
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7 ***months ***ago
rattler2004
I can’t find his version, probably not released yet; however, he did a great job covering I Got the Blues as well
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7 ***months ***ago
rattler2004
QuoteMongoose At the end of last night's episode on NBC, they played a nice gospel version of You Can't Always Get What You Want. Normally, when I hear a Stones cover on TV or something, I don't think much about it. But this version was particularly nice. Any idea who sang it? Can’t Always Get What You Want – AG, Aloe Blacc
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7 ***months ***ago
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QuoteRockman Keith Richard Life, the audiobook Keeeeeeeef only reads the last two or is it three chapters .... God I wish he had have just read the whole thang .... True, but I have really been enjoying audiobooks since Gorman’s Black Crowes. ‘Life’ has been no different.
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7 ***months ***ago
rattler2004
Keith Richard Life, the audiobook
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8 ***months ***ago
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QuoteBig Al QuoteTKinOH they never toured extensively outside the US after about '80 w DLR. They did headline smaller European venues with Sammy in '93 though... It's interesting to note on setlist.fm that, in the U.K. alone, Van Halen performed 22 shows in 1978: it then took them another sixteen years to total the same number of performances on the island. I know the fandom
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8 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDGA35 Rattler and TK, do you recall the opening acts in the 80s and 90s? One thing I didn't like about original VH was the terrible opening acts 81 The Fools, 82 After The Fire, 84 some rockabilly band that got booed big time. Played maybe 20 minutes then off the stage. Actually felt sorry for them. 86 got a couple Canadian acts, Tom Cochrane w/Red Rider and a reformed BTO. 91 Alic
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8 ***months ***ago
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Saw them in ‘79 (actually got to meet all of the band at an in store meet and great signing at a Peaches Record Store) 1980, 1981, 1982, 1984. All in Cleveland 2004..San Antonio 2008..San Antonio 2012..San Antonio 2015..Austin The 1981 show was my favorite...I thought the band was done after seeing them in 2004, Eddie looked so bad onstage. He was dazzling in 2015.
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8 ***months ***ago
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Quotedrewmaster QuoteMathijs With rock bands, I think American bands are more flash, more theatrics, more 'good fun', whereas European bands tend to be more serious and self conscious. The difference between Stones and Aerosmith. American bands more often have this entertainment, or Las vegas aspect to them. Wow! My view is exactly the opposite. So many European (often British) ar
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8 ***months ***ago
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QuoteMathijs Quoterattler2004 Randy was great no doubt about it, but he was nowhere near the player Eddie Van Halen was...nowhere near...the man even admitted it himself in an interview or two before he died. If you think Randy was greater then either you don’t know Eddie Van Halen’s music well, or you don’t know much about music. This is taking personal taste out of the equation. Yes
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8 ***months ***ago
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Randy was great no doubt about it, but he was nowhere near the player Eddie Van Halen was...nowhere near...the man even admitted it himself in an interview or two before he died. If you think Randy was greater then either you don’t know Eddie Van Halen’s music well, or you don’t know much about music. This is taking personal taste out of the equation. Yes Van Halen played with a sense
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8 ***months ***ago
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I haven’t since it was released. I listened to Aerosmith’s Honkin’ on Bobo more.
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8 ***months ***ago
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1981 to 1989...but I’m not complaining g
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9 ***months ***ago
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Quotejstger6969 has anybody listened to the Japan only bonus tracks? Is it worth spend the money for the import? They are floating around on we transfer, 100 Years ago has an extended outro solo.
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9 ***months ***ago
rattler2004
QuoteChris Fountain I'm surprised out differently Dancing with Mr. D sounds- Yes, Mick’s vocals were so murky I was surprised that I heard a few things for the very first time...after listening to this album daily regularly since the 1990s. Overall, I’m pleased with this release. Scarlet was obviously a curiosity, and then over-hyped by Don Was...but as a whole I like it.
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9 ***months ***ago
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If the music wasn’t so good and relevant at the moment.
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9 ***months ***ago
rattler2004
Quotejbwelda Please make it stop. jb Yes!
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9 ***months ***ago
rattler2004
They played it on the B-stage at the Texas Motor Speedway. Keef wore a black trench coat with a red lining and pulled out a black Gibson E-335 that sounded incredible.
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10 ***months ***ago
rattler2004
The Black Crowes...Live at the Beacon, NYC March 22, 1995
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10 ***months ***ago
rattler2004
July 27 – Houston, TX @ NRG Stadium Jumpin' Jack Flash Let's Spend the Night Together Tumbling Dice Out of Control Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) (by request) You Can't Always Get What You Want 2120 South Michigan Avenue B-Stage / Acoustic: Sweet Virginia Dead Flowers Sympathy for the Devil Honky Tonk Women (followed by band introductions)
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