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Stones content covering recording of "Satisfaction" Glenn Snoddy, Nashville engineer who brought ‘fuzz tone’ to rock, dies at 96 by Terence McArdle, Washington Post Glenn Snoddy, a Nashville studio engineer who built a pedal that enabled guitarists to create the snarling “fuzz tone,” unleashing sonic distortion possibilities that influenced generations of rock guitarists, died
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I went to last nights show (Monday). I thought it was pretty good. I could have done with more Jimmy Vaughn and less Gary Clark. I thought Jimmy's set with the horns was just groovin'. Never been that impressed with Clark. I thought EC put on a pretty good show. Highlights for me were Sheriff and Before You Accuse Me. Sheriff was hot but then the acoustic set started and for me
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Quotekeefriffhard4life Quote1cdog Foreigner.....? In 1982 maybe but looking back on it - it's just not very mature music is it? do you feel chuck berry was ripping out deep profound lyrics? I mean I'd say most of foreigners lyrics are more mature than a lot of the stones bigger rock tunes No but I don't think I have ever seen Chuck Berry and Foreigner in the same sentence tog
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Foreigner.....? In 1982 maybe but looking back on it - it's just not very mature music is it?
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3 ***years ***ago
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Dancing with Mr. D from Brussels in 1973. Taylor just sizzles on that song like a big fat steak on a hot grill.
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3 ***years ***ago
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Hair implants. Ruined everything.
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3 ***years ***ago
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Quotekeefriffhard4life QuoteRoss I'm buying into anything Lindsey Buckingham does. I am a total fan! this As long as he's playing guitar and keeps his mouth shut I would agree. If he talks for too long the California fruit loop from within begins to show.
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3 ***years ***ago
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Quotedmay Willie Nelson - "For The Good Times - A Tribute to Ray Price". Classic country. What a sweet album. Y'all need to find it. Makes you realize there ain't no c*nt in country music today, as Carlene Carter (Johnny Cash's daughter) once said about country music. And, if y'all haven't heard it, here's the late great Ray Price with For The Good Times.
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3 ***years ***ago
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Quotelaf848 I purchased the Exile on Main Street album the day it was released and I loved it then. I just could not stopped listening to it. I remember playing it for my friends, it became our party album. Layla is my 2nd favorite album, which I played many times. Blue and Lonesome I have played around 30 times, and I love every song. I think It's Fantastic. Everybody has their own opin
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3 ***years ***ago
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Clapton, MSG, March 19 & 20, 2017
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Going to the Monday MSG show for sure. Maybe Sunday.
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4 ***years ***ago
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Quoteroller99 I caught up with Jeff at his book premiere, he's nothing like his image. He's playful and charming. I caught his show two nights later, it was great. Beck, burgers, and beer. Reviewed, Jeff Beck Good stuff! Thanks!
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4 ***years ***ago
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QuoteHonkeyTonkFlash Here's an article about the 1975 Tour; care to share any thoughts and memories? Great story and website! Thanks for the link!
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4 ***years ***ago
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QuoteCome On Well nows the fact that Bill were tha @#$%&..thats why the friendly push... Say what ?
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4 ***years ***ago
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Quotedmay Great song from CB and covered well by Carlos Santana on his Havana Moon album which, IMHO, is the best solo thing ever done by Carlos. Looking forward to the Stones video. Agree 100%. Santana is backed by the Fabulous Thunderbirds on that entire CD. Even has a duet with Willie Nelson on the CD. "One With You" is also a killer song on that album/CD.
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4 ***years ***ago
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Love that picture of Mick & Dolly. I guess Mick still laments Dolly as the one that got away. Quotejambay Quotehopkins If respecting a deep songwriter and musician and outright historic talent gets you disqualified from being considered a Stones fan here, sign me right up and out. I'll be behind Keith and Mick in the line tho. She started writing hits in '64, teamed up wit
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4 ***years ***ago
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Glad Page/Plant beat it. IMO this case was BS all the way. As I said earlier in this thread they (P/P) have left themselves vulnerable to this type of thing by clearly not giving credit where credit was due on a few songs in the past. This though looked like a case of rank opportunism by a shady lawyer and cohorts.
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Quoteboogaloojef They should get Buddy Guy to sit in. But I think they are trying to keep everyone sober so they can record an album/CD.
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4 ***years ***ago
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QuoteRockinJive Quotekeefriffhard4life QuoteMore Hot Rocks Quotedcba QuoteCome On Although it sounds like JJ Cale or Bill Wyman, it's Eric Clapton we're talking about. I'd take JJ over Slowhand any day... Cale wrote a few masterpieces while Clapton's career is riddled with embarrassments. What masterpieces? And his guitar play is a joke at best. The guy is terrible. A 2 y
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4 ***years ***ago
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Quoteroller99 Quote1cdog QuoteJah Paul When I saw the Eagles two years ago (first and only time...sure glad I went), Joe stole the show...his playing was stellar and his voice in great shape. First time I'd ever seen him, too - he blew me away! You always here this from quite a few people after an Eagles show. I had (yes past tense) seen the Eagles a few times. At times I came away fe
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4 ***years ***ago
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Have not heard the entire new CD. Did see the interview last night with EC and Glyn Johns. The guy (Paul Whitehouse) that showed up at EC's house to interview EC and Glyn Johns was awful and ruined what could have been a very interesting interview/conversation. Whitehouse was absolutely annoying and blabbered nonsensical BS the entire time! Whitehouse tried to be cute and funny but c
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4 ***years ***ago
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I thought it was shortly after "Love Train" entered the set list.
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4 ***years ***ago
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Rod should have done this when Rod could still do it...........
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4 ***years ***ago
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Quotekeefriff99 Quotewhitem8 CNN did a segment yesterday with the writer of The Sun, the Moon, and The Rolling Stones. This focused on how many times politicians use songs and don't realize what the lyrics are saying on the songs. Like Trump playing Brown Sugar before a press conference "the song is about slavery and heroine." Classic. You think that was an accident on Trump's
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Gordon is who took credit for the piano coda and that is who was given writing credit. Clapton had to argue to get Gordon that credit. Coolidge's beef should be with Gordon, who if Coolidge really had anything to do with the piano coda, Gordon should have given her credit for that. We all know why Coolidge isn't barking up that tree - Gordon is in the looney bin. Whether she h
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4 ***years ***ago
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A "Tribute" show is one thing - but no way any type of tour. Look - it is not the Eagles without Glenn Frey. It was Frey's band.
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4 ***years ***ago
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I actually like the studio "I Can't Let You Do It." Might be something that winds up in my CD player. The live from Budokan 1st night "I Will Be There" sounds like a good bathroom break song at a concert. Of course the Japanese audience loves everything EC. I never heard of this Ed Sheeran until a couple of days ago. He sat in on a couple of acoustic songs at the
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4 ***years ***ago
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Just my 2 cents but I think the Stairway thing is BS. You could claim this on any song. Zep though have left themselves vulnerable to this type of thing by clearly not giving writing credits where credits were due in the past. Without a doubt Jimmy Page copied several old blues songs and never bothered to give credits where credits were due. I think he was probably at the time - given som
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4 ***years ***ago
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Merle was great! Loved his music. RIP Merle........
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4 ***years ***ago
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Whether or not Keith or Ronnie can play Banjo (I think Ronnie can), Bernie is well past his prime and the world of F1 racing would be much better off if he would just fade away.
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