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4 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
Ronnie's mustache...that's fake, right?
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4 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
Just never really understood or liked Mick's clothes on 1972 tour. In color they look even more ridiculous to me. Just not my definition of cool...but a lot of bands were also trying to find their image that year.
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4 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
No doubt about the use of overdubs then, I guess! video:
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4 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
I really like the tone of the main rhythm guitar on Slave which I assume is Keith. Does anyone know the guitar and amp set-up here? Doesn't sound open G to me and I can't place it as a Fender or Gibson sound. To me, the guitar solo sounds like Keith on a Telecaster or Gibson Jr. Anyone have any insights?
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4 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
Mick with Stevie Ray Vaughan and band. Picture is new to me and reportedly taken in Dallas.
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4 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
Man, that Italian crowd is a sausage fest. 95% male. Interesting.
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4 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
Quotemighty stork Iman and David Bowie Lotta hair product in that picture.
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4 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
Quoteexilestones Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood holding a portable tape recorder, San Francisco 1981 Photo by Michael Putland Cool... an old Realistic tape recorder from Radio Shack.
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
Just discovered these from Madison Square Garden show.
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
Can we analyse that disaster? It seems like Keith started out OK, bu the rhythm section came in off beat and it took them for even to get synched up. Bill's expression at 3:58 is priceless.
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
Quotemtaylor Did Neil cut the cheese?
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
Here is good footage of their plane arriving in Dallas in 1975. video:
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
To me, this sounds like Mick, not Keith, noodling around in Open G. What do you guys think? video:
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
I wonder if this incident left a bad taste about US audiences in Jagger's mouth and led to the band's touring hiatus after 1981. Sort of like Roger Waters after 1977 US Pink Floyd tour. Mick must have been wondering what kind of audience they created...given the band's love for all sorts of music from reggae, funk, country and of course rock. They Stones are a lot of things, but
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
Don't think so, this is a picture of SRV in 1975.
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
Have we confirmed Mick Taylor is in the film? Maybe he was called back in case Woody and Keith failed to make it.
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
Quotemighty stork Dennis Davis, Bobby Womack and David Bowie (not sure who two on right are) Luther Vandross also maybe??
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
I never knew this! I wish they would have shared that sort of thing when the video first came out. I would have discovered Little Richard and The Girl Can't Help It earlier.
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
Terrific color footage of Stones entourage landing at Love Field (minus Richards and Wood who were "delayed" in Arkansas). Mick looks a bit pissed off about this. Also footage of Cotton Bowl crowd sweltering in Texas heat. Enjoy!
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
These are the kind of details I look for when I see pix of Stones in Dallas-Ft. Worth!
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
There are a few on Amazon right now I think. It's funny, before I found mine at a thrift store, I had searched Amazon extensively for Stones books I might have missed. Or perhaps I had seen this one an thought it wasn't official as the cover looks a bit amatuerish. Yes! Mine is starting to fall apart, but its not too bad. Just a page or two near the end.
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
After collecting Stones items for 30 years, I recently discovered the 1978 book "The Rolling Stones on Tour" at a Goodwill store of all places. I thought I was aware of all band-released books and was surprised when I came across this one. I had no idea of its existence! It's an oversized paperback book with an intro from Mick and extensive photos of the 1975 Tour of the America
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
How on earth did I miss this back in 1986?
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
No connection I know of, but she does has a long-standing connection to David Gilmour of Pink Floyd.
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
Listening to a remastered version of the Dirty Work album and I notice the similarities between the song Dirty Work and Flip the Switch. To me, the tempo, melody and vocal delivery are strikingly similar. And the drums are way up on the mix on both. Of course ends very differently..but up to that point anyway. Maybe it's the remaster, but I think Dirty Work is a great little tune in itse
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
My #1 goosebump moment Winter at 3:19 when Mick Taylor solo kicks off Followed closely by: Feedback on Keith's solo on Sympathy for the Devil from Ya-Ya's at 3:22 Some probably shared with others here: You Can't Always Get What you Want at 4:27 as chorus starts to kick in Sway at 2:00 mark "Hey Heeey! Noooow" Moonlight Mile at 2:14 mark "Oh I am sleeping
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
Good point about Keith's Toronto situation. Hadn't though of that. Funny how they would be brave enough to sing such lines until things hit close to home. Still wish I could confirm if the edit dates back to 1978.
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5 ***years ***ago
punkfloyd
Was this censored in the original video release in 1978? Obscured line begins around 0:27.
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