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7 ***days ***ago
drbryant
Are they building the stage?
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10 ***days ***ago
drbryant
QuoteGram QuoteSomeTorontoGirl Quotebernard90mike Members of the tour band obviously don't take it too seriously and take selfies with fans - without masks Call it a hunch, but I think that’s over. You may, sadly, be right. The problem - and the touring industry won’t survive this unless it changes - is the requirement by insurers for testing. Covid is not going to go away, it will be wi
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10 ***days ***ago
drbryant
QuoteMichaelLassen Since the biggest study I´ve found concerning the effectiveness of wearing a mask (done by objective research in Denmark) showed little to no evidence of any significant effect, my answer is a big no. Also considering the very real and harmful effects of wearing one. If I´m sympomatic I´ll look into wearing a gasmask under a Darth vader costume and make moves like Jagger in
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10 ***days ***ago
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QuoteKennedy @#$%& no. And no, I don’t care if it hurts your feelings or makes you feel uncomfortable. Mind your own business. ooh! A man’s man.
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10 ***days ***ago
drbryant
In Japan, Covid has never been a major cause of illness or death (1/3 US population but 1/30 deaths). Population is older and Vaccination rate is not that different (80% two shots 65% three). So it’s either because of masks (99% wear both indoors and outdoors) or because obesity is very low, or both. It might be that masks don’t help that much and it is the obesity that is causing problems
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11 ***days ***ago
drbryant
In Japan we usually wear masks but not “N95.” I am thinking og getting some for The next show because if I test positive, I won’t be able to come back to Japan. No disrespect to angreat city, but I dont want to spend a week trying to work from a hotel room in Brussels while I try to get a clean test result!
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11 ***days ***ago
drbryant
In Japan, close to 100% of the population wears masks, even outdoors, although it has never been required. I was in the pit in Munich and didn't wear a mask. If there is a US tour, I will probably wear a mask because if I am sick, I would not want to pass it to so many US fat people, who seem to die at a much higher rate.
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16 ***days ***ago
drbryant
QuoteThroughTheLonelyNights Don't understand what's all about this "running to the pit". I remember the times of inventing Front of Stage tickets where you really had to run for a good spot near the stage. I had Pit A as well and due to weather etc only arrived in the pit after 7pm: Pit was less than 1/3 full, very relaxed thing to get a place ca 3rd row front of stage,
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18 ***days ***ago
drbryant
First flight in 2-1/2 years was nearly 16 hours from Tokyo to Munich, flying towards Alaska and over the North Pole to avoid Russian Airspace. And why? To see the Rolling Stones, of course. The afternoon of the show brings loud thunderstorms and panic sets in - could it be a wet show like the Bigger Bang show at Churchill Downs? Or even worse, possibly cancelled? My iPhone weather shows 100%
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25 ***days ***ago
drbryant
If taking subway back to Milan Centrale after the show, how long will it take (including the wait to get on the 5 line)?
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7 ***weeks ***ago
drbryant
I heard that the Mandarin Oriental is the best hotel in Munich - so the Stones will be there, I guess?
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3 ***months ***ago
drbryant
OK, I'm in the Pit for Brussels. I thought I bought a VIP package, but it was just the regular ticket price.
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3 ***months ***ago
drbryant
I saw the Stones at Amsterdam Arena in 2006. It was an echo chamber. I didn't realize they just renamed the old stadium, and I already made hotel reservation. Oh well. Just need to get front of stage. All these years, and they haven't fixed the echo?
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3 ***months ***ago
drbryant
I got a refund when they cancelled attendance at the Tokyo Olympics. Now I know what to do with the money. It's life affirming in a way. See everyone in Europe.
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4 ***months ***ago
drbryant
Quoteexilestones That was always the audio track for the video. Wow. I know I’ve seen the video many times over the years, but for some reason never noticed. It’s such a radically different take but never registered for some reason - that’s really weird. Thanks.
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4 ***months ***ago
drbryant
I recently watched the video for "It's Only Rock and Roll" on the Stones official youtube channel, and noticed that the audio is completely different from the released version. I think it's the full Stones version, right? When did this happen, and have they replaced any other video tracks with new audio? Why? video:
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8 ***months ***ago
drbryant
Quotecyclist Quotedrbryant So, I put my Los Angeles Pit Ticket up at Ticketmaster. That hurts to read---this is the ticket I'm seeking. Sorry. I actually was under the impression that tickets weren’t selling that well. If I had known people were having trouble finding tickets I would have come here first. I would have loved to cut out Ticketmaster fees . . . Good luck finding a spot
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8 ***months ***ago
drbryant
Well, saw my first show in 73 when I was 12 years old, and nearly 50 years and over 60 shows later, I think I finally have to face the fact the I am going to sit this one out. I’m in Japan, busy with work, and a trip to the US right now is a 10 day quarantine on return, which is difficult for a guy who is so used to working in an office. I’m already planning to spend Thanksgiving in the US, and
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10 ***months ***ago
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Quotejon12345 There's been so many articles and tributes today that I can't remember where I read this today, but I believe I read it was complications from aortic valve replacement. I think that there may be some confusion. Mick had aortic valve replacement surgery in 2019.
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10 ***months ***ago
drbryant
I think many of us are retired, often because there are no longer people that want to pay us to work. And we may remember fondly the excitement of getting up and going to work for people that wanted us. That’s what the Stones have - and will always have. They are blessed and if they enjoy what they do, I can’t think of a reason they should stop.
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10 ***months ***ago
drbryant
It’s 2:00 am here in Tokyo. Listening to “Rip This Joint.”
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***1 year ***ago
drbryant
Towards the end of Mick Taylor’s second tenure with the band, “Midnight Rambler” had grown to 14-15 minute sprawling versions that were a lot of fun to see. It’s a real shame that the “copyright owners” have blocked most of them. I’ve got a nice video of Taylor’s last performance in Auckland at the end of the tour, but they blocked it. Do any of them compare to Brussels? No, but they are fun to
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***1 year ***ago
drbryant
Why do you even ask this question on this Forum? We remember Dookie from 25-30 years ago, and we're vaguely aware that Green Day has released American Idiot and continues to release new albums, been on Broadway, won Grammy awards, headlines festivals and plays stadiums, has been inducted into the RR Hall of Fame and so forth, but we really only know Dookie so to us they're a snotty po
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***1 year ***ago
drbryant
QuoteNate Logic should tell you that if you’ve been vaccinated and Covid cases are low in society then you’ve got nothing to fear from someone sitting next to you at a concert singing regardless of that persons own vaccination status or them choosing not to wear a mask. Nate What the is this. If I wanted to talk about masks, I’d talk to my Brazilian friends. Let’s set up a separate thread
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***1 year ***ago
drbryant
You never know how history will regard today's music. "Imagine" is more popular than any Beatles song, and the most popular Beatles song is "Here Comes the Sun". Who woulda thunk it? Fortunately for the Stones, they were the greatest live act of the rock era, and they kept touring and so there are miles and miles of footage of them just blazing in front of incredible
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***1 year ***ago
drbryant
In the video for the number one song in the US this week (by Korean boy band BTS) the lead vocalist, who looks like a teenager, had posters of Abbey Road and Aladdin Sane on his bedroom walls!
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***1 year ***ago
drbryant
Speaking of masks, did everyone get the email with the new "tongue logo" masks? Boy, these guys NEVER miss an opportunity to make a few bucks.
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***1 year ***ago
drbryant
Quoteblack n blue Thanks nice post, my folks are 94, and 93 and say FU to a mask. Yes. In Japan, everyone wears masks so transmission rate is low, but there are stubborn old people who won’t wear masks, or keep going to gambling dens, and then they die. In Japan we have the saying “Shoga Nai” or “it can’t be helped” they are old and not capable of learning. But, I think that old people are
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8 ***years ***ago
drbryant
Essentially the co-lead vocalist on what many feel is the Stones best track, and others place among the greatest tracks in rock history. Praying for a full recovery.
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2 ***years ***ago
drbryant
Tickets seem available for all shows, even San Diego.
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