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6 ***days ***ago
Witness
Liseberg, Gothenbourg, September 6, 1970. Scandinavium, Gothenbourg, October 6, 1973 (both shows).
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9 ***days ***ago
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My latest and probably(?) my last Rolling Stones concert was in Stockholm, 2017. I had to look it up and find that it was on October 12 at Friends Arena, Solna. With the largely unchanged setlists, one concert was enough for me. With only one concert I enjoyed it very much. Had I seen more than one, however, what I then experienced as very, very good and sometimes great, would have worn off
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20 ***days ***ago
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QuoteVirgin Priest How did I pick my screen name?? I really don't know... Aware or unaware, could it have been inspired by the lyrics of "Waiting on a Friend"?
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteErik_Snow I'm really in no position to criticise, I couldn't performed better in 1985 myself Very nice comment! One of nicest that I have seen here ever!
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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Maybe controversial, but personally I do think though that the influence from the Otis Redding version on Stones later live versions of "Satisfaction" detracts somewhat from the greatness of the song, compared with the earlier live renditions of it from the Stones, that is, the few I have heard. I guess that parts of the menace about the original song is lost that way. Saying this
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteChacho They can't get back on the road. We are in the middle of the worst pandemic in 100 years. Yes, they could do a "Tatoo You" type album. In my opinion their song writing days are over with; judging from what they have released since "Steel Wheels". That's why they should stick to a "Tatoo You" type album. Either that, or let "Blue a
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8 ***weeks ***ago
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Obviously, above all, one of the most moving songs of all time, especially given the mighty experience of one generation before us that this song and her singing of it touches so deeply:
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2 ***months ***ago
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I for one do like "All About You" and consider it one of the three alltime great songs of EMOTIONAL RESCUE, whereas I am not at all delighted by CROSSEYED HEART. And if some might think that you are and have to be a relentless anti- Keith basher, if you are not delighted by CROSSEYED HEART, I am one who did appreciate TALK IS CHEAP, and I still do so.
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2 ***months ***ago
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QuoteFour Stone Walls QuoteWitness I prefer DIRTY WORK to CROSSEYED HEART. So do I. I really like CIH! In my case, I might have added one word: I even prefer DIRTY WORK to CROSSEYED HEART.
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2 ***months ***ago
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I prefer DIRTY WORK to CROSSEYED HEART.
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3 ***months ***ago
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In the near perspective, I see the realistic possibility that they will release a studio album of the supposed best new songs that they have recorded in recent months or years and will record in the immediate time to come. Then after having proved in some degree what they wanted to prove for themselves, they will be able further on to make a decision to release also much of the rest of their re
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDoxa To me Johnny Winter was always belonging to a great series of three big white American singer/guitar players 'modernizing the blues', that is, giving it a certain recent personal rock twist. First came Winter, then George Thorogood and finally Stevie Ray Vaughan. That it looked like in the middle 80's. That was the scene I located Stevie Ray when he appeared to my consciu
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteWitness Well, I presented my own view on the relation between whole and parts in my preceding post. If they hadn't've gotten the phone call the instrumental bit wouldn't exist and it'd be filler. Without the instrumental bit, we don't know what "t" would have been. Possibly, an unfinished studio outtake. Or a song that might have b
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3 ***months ***ago
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Well, I presented my own view on the relation between whole and parts in my preceding post.
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteWitness To me both "She Was Hot" and "Highwire" are great songs, whereas "Mixed Emotions", considered up against their career, is a rather moderate song from a moderate album. [ Whether the only outright great song on STEEL WHEELS, "Continental Drift", might have become something approaching a hit, if released as a single, I rea
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3 ***months ***ago
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To me both "She Was Hot" and "Highwire" are great songs, whereas "Mixed Emotions", considered up against their career, is a rather moderate song from a moderate album. [ Whether the only outright great song on STEEL WHEELS, "Continental Drift", might have become something approaching a hit, if released as a single, I really am uncertain about. ]
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteStoneage Okay, a short poll to perk things up a bit: Which one do you prefer: Ghost Town with The Special's from 1981 or Living in a Ghost Town with the Rolling Stones from 2020? My vote: The Special's, hands down. Your? The Special's, Ghost Town, 1981: I had not heard that one before. Better than I thought it would be. My vote, however, no competition, goes for t
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDoxa Quotekeithsman QuoteMathijs Until the end of the 1960's, Keith wrote just about all of the music and parts of the lyrics, and Jagger the lyrics. Starting from 1969 Mick started to write more and more of the music, and the songs started to be really joint efforts. From 1985 on Keith seems to be fairly dried up, with Talk is Cheap his last truly great effort. Mathijs Absolutel
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3 ***months ***ago
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Quotevibrolux I guess the litmus test is which song in the touring set would I be willing to give up to get this one in... JJF, No SFTD, No MR, No BS, No GS, No And so on. Next question, would it win a fan vote for a show? Pick from... UMT Bitch Monkey Man or Living in a Ghost Town I doubt it wins the poll, even if it were more familiar. So, it's a nice tune, some catchy
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteLeonidP QuoteBastion QuoteLeonidP QuoteBastion Quotestickyfingers101 QuoteBastion Would you love this song as much if it was written and performed by someone else? like who? probably not...b/c it wouldn't sound the same. but, then again...maybe somebody like Jimi Hendrix could make it sound better? who knows? I think this goes for a lot of music. There's only so muc
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3 ***months ***ago
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Have listened to it three times. Simply some Rolling Stones magic! Now longing even more than before for a new Rolling Stones studio album!
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3 ***months ***ago
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Slovenian band Laibach's version of "Sympathy for the Devil" might be a candidates. Maybe not everybody's taste, but to some listeners.
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4 ***months ***ago
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Quotegeorgelicks QuoteIanBillen We don't know what is on their minds right now? They could have studio time tentatively booked in a month. Mick could be writing for it .. they may talk on the phone now and then about it... they could send Demos to Don Was ...or as you said ....nothing at all. Everyone seems to know what is going on in The Rolling Stone's minds (and their plans) si
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5 ***months ***ago
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Quotedoitywoik QuoteWitness QuoteHairball REJECTS vol 1, REJECTS vol 2 and REJECTS vol 3... Sounds like something Mick could (and should) put together on his own as a solo project, and not sure what's stopping him at this point considering he's so creative and in his words he writes all the time. He could even make it a Deluxe Reject Box Set with bonus rejects, extended rejects, an
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5 ***months ***ago
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QuoteHairball QuoteWitness QuoteHairball REJECTS vol 1, REJECTS vol 2 and REJECTS vol 3... Sounds like something Mick could (and should) put together on his own as a solo project, and not sure what's stopping him at this point considering he's so creative and in his words he writes all the time. He could even make it a Deluxe Reject Box Set with bonus rejects, extended rejects, and
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5 ***months ***ago
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QuoteHairball REJECTS vol 1, REJECTS vol 2 and REJECTS vol 3... Sounds like something Mick could (and should) put together on his own as a solo project, and not sure what's stopping him at this point considering he's so creative and in his words he writes all the time. He could even make it a Deluxe Reject Box Set with bonus rejects, extended rejects, and multiple remix rejects ala
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5 ***months ***ago
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I may use almost the exact words that I have used before. Myself I belong to a possibly very small minority on this forum that would very much have liked to obtain the apparently eclectic albums REJECTS vol 1, REJECTS vol 2 and REJECTS vol 3. Perhaps as much as (or even more than) the album that we have awaited so long to come out of all this, but that does not seem to materialize.
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5 ***months ***ago
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I am beginning to wonder if this album is for the future date, when the band at last cannot go on. If that is so, then they will leave us all with one final studio album as a last tribute to their audiences during the years.
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5 ***months ***ago
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QuoteNikkei I would have sided with you on your moderate verdict, but then you had to bring Melody and Tops into it I fully understand your reaction. But I have so often thought likewise when songs of my own liking or even love are mentionned that way in thread after thread. This time I wanted to reverse the roles.
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