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3 ***days ***ago
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QuoteGreen Lady What the Mail has really got wrong is claiming that the decision to stop playing BS live was a result, rather than a cause, of arguments about it on this site. The big argument first really boiled up on the live thread for the St. Louis show, AFTER it became clear that BS wasn't going to be played. This is it! Whatever motivated the band's decision, must be sought
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6 ***days ***ago
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QuoteBitchKeepsBitchin DOWN IN THE HOLE (M. Jagger/K. Richards) Will all your money Buy you forgiveness Keep you from sickness Or keep you from cold? Will all your money Keep you from madness Keep you from sadness When you're down in the hole? 'Cause you'll be down in the gutter You'll be bummin' for cigarettes Bummin' for nylons In the American Zo
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8 ***days ***ago
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QuoteCousinC Album is a keeper - or even a latebloomer. I listen to it quite often now. Some good stuff. Only song I always skip is Indian Girls. Obviously your privilege to choose to skip " Indian Girl". But then you lose that song's ingredience of Latin American flavour, feeling and subjectmatter for EMOTIONAL RESCUE that have this special link to the title track of U
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9 ***days ***ago
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To me EMOTIONAL RESCUE is even better than SOME GIRLS, both among their approximately twelve great albums, preferably otherwise without internal ranking. It is the songs outside the very best though that make EMOTIONAL RESCUE even better than SOME GIRLS, whereas I abstain from ranking between those two albums' very best three songs. There, however, "Down in the Hole", not onl
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10 ***days ***ago
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Quotefloodonthepage YES YES YES! LA #2 destroys LA #1!!!!!!!! Only reading: Instead of one setlist "destroying" the other, for me I rather like the variation as such that there is in the setlists. That variation must have increased the pleasure further for those that have gone to both concerts. It certainly would have done so for me.
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21 ***days ***ago
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QuoteStoneage The two plausible release dates would be a) for Christmas 2021 b) for the 60th jubilee in 2022. Or never... Or when it is finished. Instead of seeking an outward occasion for the release (and somehow let the release be drowned in that outward occasion), let the release create an occasion, the occasion, in itself.
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21 ***days ***ago
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I consider that clip most of all as Mick teasing the fans. If not, Mick would do nicely to introduce a few verses to the song's supposed title. Then, maybe!?
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21 ***days ***ago
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Quotekowalski That's what I'm wondering too. The track listing was supposed to go like this: Side One: "19th Nervous Breakdown" "Sad Day" "Take It Or Leave It" "Think" "Mother's Little Helper" Side Two: "Goin' Home" "Sitting On A Fence" "Doncha Bother Me" "Ride On
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21 ***days ***ago
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Rolling Stones: "Looking Tired". (If you don't remember it, seek it up. I am unable to give a link by my mobile.)
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22 ***days ***ago
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Thank you, Doxa, for your rich answer! So inspiring to read once again!
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22 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDoxa QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteMisterDDDD QuoteDandelionPowderman He's been excellent from the get-go, imo. Absolutely. Man, did they pick the right guy for a near impossible situation. Keith deserves a lot of praise as well for how well this is working. It's clear the extra time spent rehearsing with him prior to reg rehearsals has really paid off. That is so true. It&
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23 ***days ***ago
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QuoteLady Jayne Quality uploads of numbers from the Pittsburgh show from Jim Powers Youtube channel. Am I the only one who doesn't love this version of Gimme Shelter? It sounds emasculated to me. Other than that, good show and they seem more relaxed. GS (different intro than I have ever heard) But the change contributes to vitalize and renew the song. That way it avoids being
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23 ***days ***ago
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QuoteHis Majesty Post Jones = different. Post Taylor = different. Post Stu = different. Post Wyman = different. Post Charlie = different. I have often criticised this band, hah, but I am glad they take no notice of what I and others say. Steve was the obvious and perfect musician for this next stage of the bands history. Charlie's death is huge for them and us, but I don't t
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28 ***days ***ago
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I checked your postal history to see if you could have posted interesting views on musical themes concerning the Rolling Stones. Sometimes I do that to get to learn what a poster stands for as fan: tastes and views about music from the Stones and other acts.
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29 ***days ***ago
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QuoteNaturalust Well its good to see so many vintage posters back! Hope you yourself will remain among them, Naturalust, still posting!
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30 ***days ***ago
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QuoteNashvilleBlues QuoteWitness Quotematxil QuoteWitness QuoteSend It To me It's possible on Brown Sugar that they asked the African Americans in the band how they felt about it. It's possible Mick just doesn't feel comfortable singing it at the moment. It's possible they just don't want to attract attention to it in a review and risk getting "cancelled."
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30 ***days ***ago
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Quotematxil QuoteWitness QuoteSend It To me It's possible on Brown Sugar that they asked the African Americans in the band how they felt about it. It's possible Mick just doesn't feel comfortable singing it at the moment. It's possible they just don't want to attract attention to it in a review and risk getting "cancelled." I do hope that it is your exp
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30 ***days ***ago
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I hope the choice not to play "Brown Sugar" has nothing to do with Woke, but only is the result of Mick not feeling comfortable about singing it, without his feelings being provoked by that Woke phenomenon. Edit: Spelling error
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteSend It To me It's possible on Brown Sugar that they asked the African Americans in the band how they felt about it. It's possible Mick just doesn't feel comfortable singing it at the moment. It's possible they just don't want to attract attention to it in a review and risk getting "cancelled." I do hope that it is your explanation number 2 that is
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet Down on the Gulf Coast, they're getting DESTROYED. Up here on the original Gulf Coast... not so bad. A good ways away from the carnage. It may get bad enough here but nothing at all, within range of a category 1 hurricane, compared to down below that are dealing with a category 4 for quite a while. Enormous difference. Well, GasLightStreet, how did you come
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteHairball A couple of things to be grateful for are that Micks solo singles Getta Grip and England Lost (and the useless remixes) will not be on a new Stones album. Entering repetition time to obtain some balance. You may remain thankful for that. And I may be as thankful that not any of the songs on CROSSEYED HEART, as they are, will bore me, included on a Stones album, if there will b
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotegeorgelicks QuoteDoxa Hmm... The latest turn of this thread seems to be bashing "Living in A Ghost Town"... I predict that the new album (if and when it will be released) will be a huge disappointment for many people, since I am afraid it is not going to be a new EXILE... - Doxa For some regular visitors on this thread the last good Stones song was Waiting On A Friend or so
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7 ***weeks ***ago
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If it was not clear enough, with my suggestion in the earlier post of mine of a double album, one LP without, one LP with that alleged "techno pop", I meant two versions of each song. One separate album without "techno pop" versions, one separate album with. That would make it possible for listeners to hear both versions of the album or only one of them, according to their pre
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7 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteKRiffhard QuoteBungo I'm sure no one will believe this but I'm gonna lay it out there anyway : Last week I was sipping Tequila at the pool in Hotel California in Todos Santos Mexico when a chap sat down near me and with little else to do we started chatting. Long story short it turns out he is close to the recording process of the new Stones record (engineer or studio technician
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2 ***months ***ago
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QuoteSway65 QuoteTheGreek QuoteSway65 QuoteTheGreek what else is it about if not for the money Maybe it's because they enjoy playing together? After all, how could money possibly be a motive given their age and the fact that they are already millionaires several times over? It's not as if they need cash. Only Mick Jagger could give the answer to this . I think it's go
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2 ***months ***ago
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QuoteGerardHennessy QuoteJumpingKentFlash Quotewavelength It has been one decades long ego trip for Mick Jagger. When he couldn't make it on his own solo he fell back into the Rolling Stones fold. They guy is so self-centered and full of himself, He lives in the MJ bubble. KR goes into it in his book. I don't think he knows how to express empathy. When Bowie died the only thing he could
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2 ***months ***ago
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QuoteTheGreek QuoteWitness QuoteThe Sicilian People that know I'm a fan have been reaching out to talk about Charlie Watts and the Stones and get a measure on my thoughts. I've been clear to say that I really think they should cancel the mini tour out of respect for Charlie and because of COVID issues. Put it off until next year and take time to reflect and see how it feels after the ho
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2 ***months ***ago
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Thanks for sharing your perspective, Doxa!
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2 ***months ***ago
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However, in relation to that allegorical perspective, it is the family themselves or the close friends themselves that have to decide what to do and how. It does not belong to the distant guests to tell them what to do about the continuation of their lives.
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2 ***months ***ago
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You remain silent in your presence, Doxa, may I ask about your thoughts and feelings now?
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