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5 ***weeks ***ago
mike567
Quotejbwelda Not at all clear what is going on here...does that twatter post somehow mean they are releasing a single of Criss Cross or something? Or just some "hey look at us" twaddle? jb It means that they're releasing a music video for Criss Cross tomorrow, which most probably will be the single for the GHS deluxe (as it was the case with PMS for Exile deluxe and no spare p
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5 ***weeks ***ago
mike567
the most obvious single for GHS deluxe and yeah it really looks quite fresh...
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5 ***weeks ***ago
mike567
QuoteCristiano Radtke Tracklist for the outtakes CD: Rarities&Alternative Mixes 1. Scarlet 2. All The Rage 3. Criss Cross 4. 100 Years Ago (Piano Demo) 5. Dancing With Mr D (Instrumental) 6. Heartbreaker (Instrumental) 7. Hide Your Love (Alternative Mix) 8. Dancing With Mr D (Glyn Johns 1973 Mix) 9. Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) – (Glyn Johns 1973 Mix) 1
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6 ***weeks ***ago
mike567
QuoteNikkei QuoteRockingLonestar The music man silhouette and the marshall amps from the 1989/90 tours. I knew this would come up but so soon? I'd rather see Keith with the Vox guitar or the Gibson V or the plexiglass or even something Yamaha before that He played a dan Armstrong plexiglass for one or more shows in 2007
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6 ***weeks ***ago
mike567
Quoterollmops What ever he used in Toronto at the El Mocambo shows in 1977!! But I know that equipment is a part of a successful performance; the player is the key. Rockandroll, Mops yeah, bring back the mesa boogie
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6 ***weeks ***ago
mike567
Quoterollmops Lot of pictures that are not well known here. The 1969 ones, at The Olympic studio are amazing. It tells the story of Let it Bleed. Mick, Keith, Charlie and Bill working their instrument while Brian stands looking at them, hands in his pocket, not participating. But there is one where Brian is seating on the floor, guitar in hands with a smile on his face, probably getting ready to
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6 ***weeks ***ago
mike567
I've never seen this before, just stumbled over it on youtube yesterday. A music video by Michel Gondry for a live version of Gimme Shelter. video: The only information I found was on Nico Zentgraf's website: "981100A November: THE ROLLING STONES. Promotional CD-single (Virgin CDVDJX 2880). Producers: The Glimmer Twins. - Gimme Shelter (MJ/KR) -Port Chester 25.10.97;
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6 ***weeks ***ago
mike567
that's very interesting and seems to be another (final?) puzzle in the recording of exile. The Track Talk at Timeisonourside also has just about the same quote from bobby Whitlock (apparently send to them per email last year)
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7 ***weeks ***ago
mike567
QuoteFour Stone Walls To Erik Snow, re WTBG. respectable was great social satire and ofcourse e real- life exerience. Lies was a bit lightweight but unpretentious fun. Sorry Sir, I misread you post to someone else. Will amend later. Pardon. WTBG was silly because it was MJ doing a Jimmy Pursey impersonation and is totally unconvincing. Nor is it it convincing that he's one of the lads
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7 ***weeks ***ago
mike567
that looks great...I'm really looking forward to read it
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7 ***weeks ***ago
mike567
ratbag boogie guitar index A good reason to bring these threads (compiled by withsssoul) up again
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2 ***months ***ago
mike567
QuoteStoneage QuoteNilsHolgersson A very woke playlist Aha, almost all black artists (except Mozart). A statement maybe? Or not... More like general influences and music Mick listens to (the other stones as well) In a way that has always been a statement His 2017 current listening Spotify playlist is pretty similar in that respect btw
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2 ***months ***ago
mike567
From that interview (slewan just linked above): I: A reference to the Rolling Stones makes it into “I Contain Multitudes.” Just as a lark, which Stones songs do you wish you could’ve written? BD: Oh, I don’t know, maybe “Angie,” “Ventilator Blues” and what else, let me see. Oh yeah, “Wild Horses.” Interesting that he mentioned VB between the other two well known ballads
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2 ***months ***ago
mike567
QuoteStonedAsiaExile QuoteDGA35 QuoteStonedAsiaExile QuoteErik_Snow Cool picture. That's from Hollywood Palladium 01/72. Supposedly Keith was thrown off the stage by Chuck, as he didn't recognize him, but maybe it's just a legend keith claims Chuck punched him lol.....and is the only to get away with it!! I thought the punch in the face happened in the late 70s? Not sure the
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2 ***months ***ago
mike567
I'm really curious if this will be more like Exile and SG with a lot of new overdubs or more in the vein of SF with only half an LP of studio outtakes
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2 ***months ***ago
mike567
Maybe we're getting to hear these DW rehearsals sometime in the future. quite an exciting list of covers they did at theses sessions.
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2 ***months ***ago
mike567
QuoteSomeGuy And this may be where Keith 'nicked' it from, a Gregory Isaacs single from 1978: that sounds very likely thanks for the link
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2 ***months ***ago
mike567
QuoteElmo Lewis QuoteThe Joker QuoteTumblinDice76 The Tide is High is a 1967 song written by the Paragons. Blondie covered it in 1980. So unless The Paragons stole it from Keith in 1967, probably not a lot of truth to that story. Sorry, it's not what I suggested Rumour is Keith covered the Paragons'song during a studio session during the late seventies (ok then, not the Winos), mayb
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2 ***months ***ago
mike567
QuoteGasLightStreet Quotemike567 QuoteGasLightStreet Known and unverified from 1972 Kingston sessions... released in bold (excluding Criss Cross from the METAMORPHOSES soundtrack): - You Should Have Seen Her Ass (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano I really would love to see some of these ones in perfect quality. If we get an Exile/SomeGirls treatment my money is on either
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2 ***months ***ago
mike567
Given that Mick listens a lot to hip hop as it seems, its quite telling that he prefers to put rappers on songs instead of doing it himself (talk about knowing what you're good at), like with Skepta on England Lost or the then never realized collaboration with Missy Elliot on Hide Away
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2 ***months ***ago
mike567
TumblinDice76 if you don't know (or if you do always great to register to this stuff from time to time) the Start Me Up version with reggae vibe: Start me up early version And I just stumbled over this while looking for the Start me up version Blondie Start me up
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2 ***months ***ago
mike567
it just got me thinking now... all these demos Keith and Mick recorded over the years...there could be real gems among them (in the vein of the honeymoon tapes etc)
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2 ***months ***ago
mike567
QuoteGasLightStreet Known and unverified from 1972 Kingston sessions... released in bold (excluding Criss Cross from the METAMORPHOSES soundtrack): - You Should Have Seen Her Ass (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano I really would love to see some of these ones in perfect quality. If we get an Exile/SomeGirls treatment my money is on either "you should have seen her d
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2 ***months ***ago
mike567
If I remember correctly, Keith claimed that he had recorded a demo version of the song that was circulating around in NY in the end of the 70ies and Blondie somehow got the idea to cover this song in a more pop-oriented way from his demo. Maybe it was in Bockris Keith Bio. I don't know. I remember that it seemed quite questionable to me, when I first read it.
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3 ***months ***ago
mike567
Well I really like this new song and it reminds me of a lot of stones songs, apart from all those already mentioned in this thread, the part in the bridge reminded me on if I was a dancer (“the radio…”, I think it’s just mick’s pronunciation) But there’s another thing that’s on my mind since yesterday, which is the contrast between the stones’ current public image and their contemporary studio w
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3 ***months ***ago
mike567
QuoteKoen Why does Mick say "Keith Richards" - does he work with any other Keiths? Mick just says "Keith". "Richards" was added in the transcript by the magazine...listen to the interview at Apple Music linked above
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3 ***months ***ago
mike567
QuoteRockman ... Thanks BowieStone ..... AND what about what's Keith say at the 5.30 mark ???..... Brian Jones ??? "sometimes"
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2 ***years ***ago
mike567
Seems like Keith used Micabwer only for HTW in Zurich. He played the single coil tele on SMU, BS and DWMD (as well as on HTSYG). As somebody mentioned that Keith had technical problems with Micabwer at the Spielberg gig, this might be the result.
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8 ***years ***ago
mike567
QuoteCarster Here it is. GREAT it is! thanks
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8 ***years ***ago
mike567
Quotemuenke Quotemike567 great listen now I'm waiting on the experts what's exactly new, what's old I would like to discuss the songquality The song itself or this new version of it? Because I've always liked the outtake version and the song structure and melody are still the same
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