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***1 year ***ago
wanderingspirit66
QuoteRocky Dijon Not sure how what I wrote was offensive unless you're drawing conclusions that aren't there. "Satyameva Jayate" I could appreciate because it was consistent with everyone on the same page, but on several songs, A. R. Rahman turns up chanting in another language which frankly lost me and felt out of place. In the same fashion, I thought most of Damian Marley�
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QuoteRocky Dijon QuoteHopeYouGuessMyName S U P E R H E A V Y has at least 7 terrific songs on it.... I have loved this album from the day it was released... Fans of Mick Jagger unfamiliar with this work are really missing some great music! While I can't quite muster your enthusiasm for it, I liked bits of it. The problem was just as I liked a bit someone switched the radio dial and some do
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QuoteRocky Dijon Enjoyable as always, Gaslight. About the only thing you're right about is I am not and never will be "woke." I don't respect deliberate misuse of any language and the concept behind it is far closer to Mao's cultural revolution than it is following a golden rule of not being a jerk to others on purpose. As for PRIMITIVE COOL, what can I say I haven&#
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteRocky Dijon Quotedoitywoik Judging from what one can read at times, Jane Rose's job appears to be situated rather in the latter department. Like, making sure Keith doesn't miss his appointments by more than six hours, catches his flights, and packs a spare pair of socks and panties, etc. Love her or hate her, Jane Rose is a world class manager which is why her company is based
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***1 year ***ago
wanderingspirit66
QuoteOpenG Jeff Beck w/ Mick Jagger - "Shine a Light" 1987 at The Country Club, Reseda, California with Doug Wimbish on bass, Terry Bozzio on drums and Phil Ashley on keyboards. 20 October, 1987 Never heard this before. I think that you have a good Jagger imitator here and I don't think that this sounds like Mick Jagger - can someone confirm?
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2 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
More Keef for you in the 80's PHANTOM, ROCKER & SLICK - My Mistake (1986)
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2 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
THANKS GivenToFly15!!
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2 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
GivenToFly15, may I also request the full LICKS sessions if possible? Thanks again
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2 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
May I request someone to upload (again) the LICKS SESSIONS via WETRANSFER or some other cloud-based computer file transfer service? I seem to have lost it and also cant seem to download from Stonesvault / File factory Thanks
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2 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
Attended 4 concerts and bought all the CDs and some vinyl. Spent less than $1000 USD on physical product and LIVE programming. Not a whole lot of money in the western world for a die-hard fan of 30+ years However the time and emotion I have spent in listening, hearing and in knowing the details of their music, trying to understand Jagger-Richards, poring over the minutiae of the lives of com
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3 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
“In a world where small-mindedness seems to be growing and walls are rising and life experience sharply diverting along lines of class and politics, Bourdain brought a powerful, outward-looking ethos into living rooms around the country. For all of human history, there have been people who have burrowed into their well-known holes, hewing close to family, tribe, culture, race or nationality. An
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3 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
I distinctly recall a Mark Knopfler interview from the 80s. His quote was something to the effect "When I put on a great Rolling Stones record, I never wonder, god forbid, where's the solo?"
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3 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
Request: Mick Jagger Live "What Kind of World is This"? Can someone post this on HOTSTUFF for download if available / permissible Thank You
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3 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
QuoteGetYerAngie QuoteRocky Dijon Well maybe Mick did something with his other demos (the ones not suited for the Stones) and his solo studio time has been just that. Maybe we get a Jagger solo album this Fall (video would need to be shot before the European tour), a live release of some sort for December, and then the new Stones album in May or June? It's all just a maybe. Let's see if
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3 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
QuoteHairball Quotewanderingspirit66 QuoteDoxa As far as "Gimme Shelter" go, that's purely a brainchild of Keith Richards (though that not to be mentioned in a thread dedicated supposedly to MIck Jaggers contributions is probably not that odd). Keith has said that it is one of those rather rare examples in which he wrote the music and lyrics at the same token - a true burst of
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3 ***years ***ago
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QuoteDoxa As far as "Gimme Shelter" go, that's purely a brainchild of Keith Richards (though that not to be mentioned in a thread dedicated supposedly to MIck Jaggers contributions is probably not that odd). Keith has said that it is one of those rather rare examples in which he wrote the music and lyrics at the same token - a true burst of creativity (and haven't even hear
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4 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
Streets of Berlin from the 1997 movie BENT. I'm Ringing Catch as catch Can Gary Moore & Mick Jagger - We Want Moore Jagger [1992]
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5 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
Gulp
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5 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
Quotetreaclefingers QuoteLibrarian Bowie is a painter with lyrics and chords. I adore him. The Stones are rock's soul. Keith is its arch angel. then mick would be the father, son and holy spirit AMEN!!
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5 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
QuoteSilver Dagger Kow Tow is one of the best solo songs Mick ever produced. Fabulous acoustic guitar and great sax solo. It does sound 80s but the quality of the tune and great lyrics carry it through. Heartfelt and perhaps Mick's greatest statement on his spat with Keith. There is a great outpouring of love as well as desperation here and the possible end of not only a great friend
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5 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
QuoteWitness QuoteKRiffhard I'm worried that Mick's demos are like 'Vision of Paradise', 'Gun', 'Joy', 'Sweet Neo con', 'Everybody getting high', 'Dancing in the starlight', 'Look what the cat dragged in' and all useless Superheavy stuff! Fingers crossed! It starts to be irritating. Reading posts like that more tha
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5 ***years ***ago
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QuoteDoxa QuoteTurner68 QuoteNaturalust QuoteNate I have just edited my posts on this as I revealed the location and thought straight after that I shouldn't of revealed that,obviously some of you have quoted my posts so I would ask if you would scrub the location as well as we are not supposed to reveal locations of where the stones might be as B.V doesn't like us to do that. Thanks
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5 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
Seems like KR will indeed perform Gimme Shelter ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Keith Richards Honors Merry Clayton After Car Crash By JOE COSCARELLI OCT. 20, 2015 The session singer Merry Clayton, best known for her fire-starting vocal runs on the Rolling Stones’ song “Gimme Shelter,” was still reaching new highs when she was involv
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5 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
QuoteMel Belli Jon Pareles piece on Keith just went up on NYTimes Mobile. On the go, so have link only: Thanks for link. Some choice quotes from his interview: "Mr. Richards hopes to reconvene the X-Pensive Winos for at least a handful of shows before the Rolling Stones go back on the road. He’s also impatient for the Stones to make another album. “My favorite dream is to get the R
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5 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
Some fun trivia for a Friday evening. Imagine your life according to the Rolling Stones. Using only song title from the Stones, answer these questions. Try not to repeat a song title. Using Stones song tiles to describe my life was a lot harder than I imagined. (A friend of mine used Dylan's song titles and came up with her list in <5 minutes) Here's mine: Describe yours
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6 ***years ***ago
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6 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
QuoteWitness However, the big question still remains as I hinted at in an earlier post: Will various Stones fans select the same five songs that you do from said later albums? Well - this is exactly Jagger's and only Jagger's burden to carry. A few years Lem here inimitably noted how many a Stones fan wanted their "own little personal Mick Jagger" who responded to their ind
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6 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
"And if things had been different All of your children would look just like me" "Yeah, I got that sinking feeling, whose potatoes are you peeling? Can't you hear my poor heart squealing?" "Some girls give me jewelry Others buy me clothes Some girls give me children I never asked them for"
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6 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
Quotestones40 As withsssoul has stated the line 'Troubadours killed before they reach 'Bombay' has never been explained and is really difficult to understand unless it has a hidden meaning. Troubadours were aristocratic poet-musicians of S France (Provence) who flourished from the end of the 11th cent. through the 13th cent. Many troubadours were noblemen and crusader knights;
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6 ***years ***ago
wanderingspirit66
Eight years ago, gossip columnist Rachel Glucina got the ultimate Stones' scoop when she befriended frontman Mick Jagger. This is her account of that fateful night. So Mick Jagger is lying on the couch beside me in his enormous Auckland hotel suite. He's wearing socks - bright yellow, scare-the-horses socks. "Mork and Mindy yellow," I suggest. He laughs his deep, hor
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