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10 ***days ***ago
drewmaster
Thanks mate! Drew
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10 ***days ***ago
drewmaster
Has anyone here listened to these Stones high-res CDs yet???? Drew
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23 ***days ***ago
drewmaster
I love and have always loved Mick's style and wardrobe through the ages. I wonder how many different shirts he's been photographed wearing (anyone keeping track?) And I wonder what he does with all the shirts after he wears them. Idle thoughts on a sleepy Sunday. Drew
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26 ***days ***ago
drewmaster
Thanks MisterDDDD! Drew
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26 ***days ***ago
drewmaster
Quoteexilestones But then he moved to his own townhouse on West 81st Street (off of West End Avenue), where, in September 1983, the infamous "Orange juice" incident took place during my interview with him. "Orange juice" incident?? Drew
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6 ***weeks ***ago
drewmaster
QuoteShott I want to not like it as too wimpy in the "sweethearts together" basket, but I like it when I hear it. Funny how music chooses us, not the other way 'round! Drew
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6 ***weeks ***ago
drewmaster
I've always wondered how much input the Glimmer Twins have into Charlie's drumming when they're all recording tracks in the studio. How often they'll offer suggestions (e.g., an extra tap on the hi-hat here, a snare roll there, etc.) Or if they leave Charlie alone to do his thing. Drew
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7 ***weeks ***ago
drewmaster
QuoteGasLightStreet The front part of the song, right from the beginning, is just so wonky sounding. As it gets going it does sound better but unfortunately that's just how SG sounds overall. Which worked great for radio - Miss You, BOB and Shattered sound great on radio thanks to the massive compression of FM radio. I agree. But what's weird is how awesome ER (the whole album) sounds
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDoxa But seriously, the idea about not being a 'good', but 'great' album begs some questions. Does Mick consider, say, A BIGGER BANG and BRIDGES TO BABYLON as 'great' albums? That the material they have come up with by now isn't qualitywise in that level yet? If not, will that mean that they didn't really do their best at the time when making those alb
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3 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
What an utterly useless review of the new album in Rolling Stone. Macca could fart for 45 minutes and they would ooh and ahh. Drew
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4 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
Quotegotdablouse it reminds me of something I can't quite place? It reminds me a bit of Hide Your Love. With a hint of Under the Radar, perhaps. Anyway, it sounds bloody fantastic. And just look at Jagger. 77 and still looking and sounding absolutely mesmerizing. Drew
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4 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
Love it. Nice and bluesy and sounds to me like a Stones track, not Mick solo. Drew
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4 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
And which track? (doesn't have to be from the same album) My vote: Album: Emotional Rescue, hands down Track: Summer Romance, maybe What's your vote? Drew
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4 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
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) artists are/were &
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4 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
Very sad news. One of the greatest guitarists. I'll never forget hearing Eruption for the first time. Just jaw-dropping. RIP, Eddie, and thanks for the wonderful music. Drew
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5 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
The musical riff in this one reminds me of a certain band ... Drew
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5 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
"Baby Don't Get Hooked On Me" is a beautiful song. Tender, sensual, and profoundly sad. RIP, Mac. Drew
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5 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
Just watched this for the first time, and didn’t enjoy it I’m sorry to say. Unlikable and uninteresting two-faced characters. Dialogue feels stilted and scripted and it’s hard to understand what anyone is saying. Nice setting but blandly shot. Mick was ok I suppose but IMO his least interesting and convincing role ever. A very unpleasant film. To paraphrase a character from a much better film
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5 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
Was just listening to Keep Up Blues today ... a phenomenal blues track. Lurv it. Drew
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6 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
Quotedcba My guess is, by the early 80's when coke started to make serious damage (it almost killed Marty Scorcese) super-sly Mick realized it was time to back down. Thank God Mick was sly enough - i.e., smart enough - to lay off the stuff that's killed, or almost killed, many other greats. Bowie looks like he came pretty close in this interview. I'm no doctor but I wonder if
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6 ***months ***ago
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Obviously a ton has been written about Keith's relationship with heroine, but Mick's cocaine usage is far less documented. Any details out there? For example, when did he first use it? When (if at all) was he a regular/heavy user? When did he stop? Drew
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6 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
Great article on the Beatles' breakup, with interesting stuff about Allen Klein. Apologies if this has been posted already. Drew
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7 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to the greatest front-man ever in rock and roll!! Drew
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7 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
This track sounds every bit as fresh and wicked as it did in 1983. Love that bass-line, especially in the outro. Drew
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7 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
QuoteHairball This tune billows from the bowels of the distant past....echoing the dark and ominous yet it's uplifting and joyous at the same time. Fulfills it's rightful spot on Exile, just as every other track has it's rightful place - I'd love to hear a 20 minute extended version of this. Agree 100%. Is it possible an extended version is locked in the vaults somewhere?
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7 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
For anyone who still cares - The Sony website now says Aug 7 will be when Burnt Orange Heresy "returns to theaters". Drew
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8 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
One of the greatest rock and rollers. And he got BETTER as he got older!!! Drew
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8 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
QuoteROLLINGSTONE The beauty of Tattoo You is mainly down to Bob Clearmountain's mixing. If the mixing is responsible for that album's great sound, then it's worth looking at who was behind the mixing for other Stones albums, given the variation in how they sound. I went to AllMusic.com and found the following. BB, LIB, Sticky, Exile - no "mixing" credit GHS - Andy
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8 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
Quotebitusa2012 Magnificent. Bought back memories. Any more from that show?? Dunno, Rod. Just found this on YouTube. Drew
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8 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
QuoteHairball When I think of 'Classic Rock', this is one of the first tunes I would think of. Great tune from start to finish, and it's been embedded in my brain since first hearing it on the radio as a seven year old when it was first released. You can turn on any classic rock radio station right now, and can almost guarantee you will hear it at some point during any given day
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