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RobertJohnson
Astonishing that there is no official live performance of this great Stones song. Paris 76 has it ...
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30 ***days ***ago
RobertJohnson
Till the Next Time We Say Goodbye - The last work of Mick Taylor with the band. The same grandeur as Brian's last work with the band, No Expectations.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
RobertJohnson
Walter Trout in Bochum, Ruhr Area, Germany, 10/24/2022.
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2 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
Perfect in soloing, rhythm, feeling and ensemble play: . 2019
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2 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
Great!!!!
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2 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
What are my thoughts on Mick Taylor right now? I can't believe that such a musical talent has practically disappeared from the public eye. His guitar playing is unique, not only is he technically brilliant, but he absolutely has his own style. He plays in a league with the greatest! Against this background, his career is modest. I hoped in 2012/13 that the Stones would become a band with thr
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2 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
Quotebv I was on the train from Paris to Dusseldorf two days ago. As soon as we arrived into Aachen, i.e. crossed the borders from France into Germany, we were told on the train speaker systems that masks were mandatory on all trains in Germany. The people around me did not care, but most others had masks on. I have been masked up for a long long time now, all the way from Madrid back in May this
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2 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
Bad news by the Lufthansa: According to the SPIEGEL and other newspapers, almost all flights will be canceled on Wednesday due to a warning strike!
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2 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
Quoterolling1us Besides the DVD/Blu-ray i still prefer the sound of the good old Swingin CD set with the gold CD'S. Both are living happily together in my collection but IMHO the bootleg is still the best. In fact, nothing more to say! But: Another time shame on Sam Wheat!
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2 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
Quotejp.M ..... if this song had been on "Aftermath" in place of "take it or leave it"...?..! It is a very beautiful song. It was a little bit hidden over the years and was first released on the American "Flowers"-Album in 1967. In Europe first on a compilation, "Through the Past, darkly" in 1969.
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2 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteRobertJohnson QuoteDandelionPowderman There is no Mick Taylor-guitar on BS on Sticky Fingers. Both guitars played by Keith? All three guitars were played by Keith. The both electric guitars, and the acoustic one, too?
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2 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
Perfect song for premiere at Gelsenkirchen next week.I've been hoping for years that they would play this beautiful song live.
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2 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
: The Wiki article says that Tony Chapman doubted that he was the drummer on July 12, 1962. But there were about 100 listeners present. There should be witnesses who know who was really sitting at the drums.
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2 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
Ian Stewart should have remained a band member. He co-founded the band and made some indispensable contributions, for example on Down the Road Apiece. Of course, Nicky Hopkins, Billy Preston were the virtuosos and is Chuck Leavell the more versatile keyboardist. Nicky Hopkins brought the greatest sense of melody (No Expectations), Preston could do it all and Chuck, who I often criticized (Plink P
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2 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
QuoteDandelionPowderman There is no Mick Taylor-guitar on BS on Sticky Fingers. Both guitars played by Keith?
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2 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
I would love to hear this setlist from 07/12/1962: Kansas City (Little Willie Littlefield cover) Baby What's Wrong (Jimmy Reed cover) Confessin' the Blues (Jay McShann cover) Bright Lights, Big City (Jimmy Reed cover) I Believe I'll Dust My Broom (Robert Johnson cover) Down the Road Apiece (Will Bradley Trio cover) Mad Love (I Want You to Love Me) (Muddy Waters
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2 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
It would have beeIn nice if the band had played the exact set list on 07/22/2022 as they did on 07/22/1962.
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3 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
Guys, you are fantastic! But please don't let Sam Wheat take care of your live album! Let Bob Clearmountain do it!
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3 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
Yes! Except I would be the only one who attends the show!
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3 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
Nowadays the play MR with "Come on in my Kitchen" by Robert Johnson in the middle (a little part of it). Why not complete? Led Zeppelin e.g. played a complete medley of songs during "Whole Lotta Love".
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3 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
QuoteStonedRambler Quoterogerriffin QuoteStonedRambler Usually I start to complain about the mix here but I started to accept that we probably won't get a good sounding mix on these releases anymore... So I'll save that energy from now on The question is, why they contract to Bob Clearmountain to El Mocambo and not for all these re-releases... Money. With El Mocambo they probably thou
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3 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
QuoteBlueTurns2Grey QuoteRobertJohnson His Satanic Sound Butcher Majesty - Sam Wheat! Sound butcher, I like the term. Just have concerns about the butchers' guild. They certainly feel rightly offended when you associate them with this depressing sound result. Yes, you are right. The sound is an insult to all butchers!
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3 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
His Satanic Sound Butcher Majesty - Sam Wheat!
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4 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
It's my fav song from the early albums. Unfortunately, it is rarely played. I can only remember the 81 tour.
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4 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
QuoteNashvilleBlues Not underrated in my book. Love the Preston years! Me, too
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4 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
Yes, a little problem. In 89 it sounded great. Ronnie's solos had a great impact. Nowadays he butchers the solos every time (also on TD). Why?
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4 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
The Sun is Shining. .
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4 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
Here the complete setlists from both nights:
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4 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
This performance is one of their greatest without any doubt. And it works astonishingly in the absence of the so called warhorses, but maybe because of the absence. The band once again confirms that they are at their best when they focus on the blues. Many then new songs gain in quality when played live. "Melody" is a highlight as well as "Fool To Cry", a song I didn't li
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4 ***months ***ago
RobertJohnson
On the complete recording my impression is that Mick's voice seems to be underlaid with less reverb. It sounds more like El Mocambo from 1977 on Love You Live. A fantastic performance. Astonishing that these recordings were held back for so long. This would have been a number 1 album in 1977.
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