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7 ***days ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
This post has got to be an attempt at humor or worse, simply a troll. Me? I'd rather look at old classic Playboy magazines than make love to a beautiful woman.
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2 ***months ***ago
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I went to all 3 shows and the first one was a low point for me among over 100 shows seen over the years since 1972. That memory has always stuck with me since I never really saw them play that poorly before, relatively speaking. The band was listless and uninspired, seeming to treat it as a run-through rehearsal for the pay-per-view two nights later - maybe saving their energy. Interestingly, t
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2 ***months ***ago
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MSG 1972 - My first show and only time I saw them with MT other than the guest shots in 2012-13 Hampton VA 1981 - The famous pay-per-view show and I got to meet Keith and Ronnie at the back stage after party Toad's Place 1989 - My first "club show" Paradiso Amsterdam (both shows) - Perhaps their middle age peak with amazing setlists and acoustic numbers Philadelphia 199
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3 ***months ***ago
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Quotecrholmstrom QuoteDan QuoteHouseBoyKnows The Truckers often cover Stones songs in their set. I have a recording of a Patterson Hood solo show where he covered Star Star, Loving Cup, Silver Train, BTMMR, Moonlight Mile and Shattered. Stones fams should embrace this band. HBK We have plenty of Stones cover bands here in L.A. they are so much more than that. any stones covers are fr
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3 ***months ***ago
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The Truckers often cover Stones songs in their set. I have a recording of a Patterson Hood solo show where he covered Star Star, Loving Cup, Silver Train, BTMMR, Moonlight Mile and Shattered. Stones fams should embrace this band. HBK
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3 ***months ***ago
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Theoretically speaking here. What if a popular artist covered an unreleased tune like Blood Red Wine? Would they need permission to release it for sale? Would ABKCO get royalties?
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4 ***months ***ago
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Quotekeefriff99 QuoteEasterMan QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotetommycharles It didn’t last very long, but they technically did the same thing to JJF in ‘89 by adding the studio intro. They tried once, but it didn't work Which 1989 show was that? Philly soundcheck it says. They also did the original intro at Toad's Place
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5 ***months ***ago
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The man has an incredible record of artistic achievement but is famous to all of us as the man behind the Exile cover art and the infamous film chronicle of the 1972 tour, "CS Blues" Link to NY Times story (may need subscription to access) HBK
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5 ***months ***ago
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I would vote 1972 since I saw my first show ever that year at MSG and was blown away. The other night, I was listening to the vinyl Brussels Affair from the deluxe box (a different show than the famous bootleg) and noticing some really cheesy keyboards from Billy Preston which I could well do without. Still the intensity of the final four tunes is quite amazing, especially Keith's riffin
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5 ***months ***ago
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It's interesting that bands like U2 and many others are way over the age when people started wisecracking about the Stones being over the hill. Once again the Stones clear the path for the followers.
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6 ***months ***ago
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Child of the Moon
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6 ***months ***ago
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I agree that the bench seating sorta sucks if you can't afford pit or floor. But is parking or public trans at the Rose Bowl any worse than Metlife (NJ) or FedEx (DC)? It just seems odd to use that as an excuse to skip a show within driving distance of your home base. I went to all the east coast shows within a three hour drive.
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6 ***months ***ago
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It's not just the band that is playing better than Zip Code and arguably since 1999-03. The No Filter production/staging and loud in-your-face guitars definitely add to the magic we are witnessing (I like the phrase shock and awe). Even the warhorses sound almost fresh to me and MR alone is the greatness we want to re-experience over and over; like the thrill ride at the amusement park you
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6 ***months ***ago
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Quotemaumau and after 25 years I'm beginning to luuuv YGMR! Me too. I used to wonder why they kept playing it in later years after the VL tours, like when they chose it for their short set at the Sandy benefit. But it's so obvious they love to play it, especially Keith, and it really rocks loud and hard this tour. Best in slot 2 when the audience is still in shock and awe stage,
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6 ***months ***ago
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Quoterstass QuoteJeter1984 Noticed in New Jersey there was a small VIP area behind the Pit that ran along the catwalk. Has this been at every show? I think yes. I noticed it also on the facebook feed at Philly or Houston show. I saw it at Seattle show via periscope yesterday too. Can't say this with 100% confidence, but the general rumor amongst those "in the know" is that t
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6 ***months ***ago
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Quotebv QuoteHouseBoyKnows So I like Ronnie’s new pink guitar. I think that was during Brown Sugar? First time I’ve seen it anyway. My 4th show of the tour. But the real question is how does bv get from the pit to the front of the b-stage and back? Is he in the so-called “golden pit”? HBK If you have a pit wristband then you can leave the pit at any time, out and back. One time I left
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6 ***months ***ago
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So I like Ronnie’s new pink guitar. I think that was during Brown Sugar? First time I’ve seen it anyway. My 4th show of the tour. But the real question is how does bv get from the pit to the front of the b-stage and back? Is he in the so-called “golden pit”? HBK
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6 ***months ***ago
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I have bunch of one-timers. Here'a few I can recall. Bye Bye Johnny - MSG 1972 Cherry Oh Baby - MSG 1975 Sweet Little Sixteen - Philly 1978 Mona, Tops - Philly 1981 Spider and the Fly, Still a Fool, Down in the Bottom, Jump on Top of me - Paradiso 1995 Might as Well Get Juiced - MSG 1998 Melody, Moon is Up - Shepherd's Bush Empire - 1999 How Can I Stop, Low Down - MSG 20
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7 ***months ***ago
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Almost all philly mom & pop pizza and hoagie (subs) shops have good cheesesteaks because they’ve all learned the routine including the right ingredients. Rolls are key. Don’t get misdirected by people saying so and so are the best. Yeah Jim’s is good but nothing special. HBK (44 years living in or near Philadelphia)
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7 ***months ***ago
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Being from the Philly area, I really hope they come up with something more original than a Liberty Bell theme for the poster here. There, I’ve probably jinxed it. HBK
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7 ***months ***ago
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Do the T-shirts have the correct date like the poster?
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7 ***months ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
"Faces pop group" ha ha - Mick at his best with that little dig.
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7 ***months ***ago
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My recollection is that Ronnie was an "unofficial" Stone for the US 1975 tour. That Fall he toured with the Faces one last time. So when was he "officially" named as a Stone? Early '76 before the Euro tour? When he appeared on the cover of B&B that Spring? Of course there was always the matter of when they actually started paying him as a full member of the band
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7 ***months ***ago
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I love New Orleans and have visited many times over the years. I was especially disturbed when Katrina hit one month after I had just had an excellent visit. So much amazing culture and cuisine. It must be no fun to be stuck in a hotel room in this great city, like Bjornulf is, hoping for things to clear by Sunday. At some point the touring entourage will need to make a decision on coming to
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7 ***months ***ago
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"Jagger cut across that stage, strutting and smooth, like a rooster imitating a shark ......Watts acted as the band’s center of gravity, pushing and pulling on space-time in a way that gave the music its nastiness and its dignity .......Wood was weaving with silk while Richards was using rebar." I like the way this guy from the Post writes, 'cept maybe Ronnie is more like leathe
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7 ***months ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
My parking pass for Green Lot D (obtained through Ticketmaster) states at the top: MUST PRINT ON PAPER. NOT VALID FOR ENTRY VIA MOBILE DEVICE. This is your ticket. Present this entire page at the event.
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7 ***months ***ago
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Thanks Coalspeak. I came to the same conclusion as you on Green lot D. Could be easier to get out after the show too. Driving from Philly area. HBK
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7 ***months ***ago
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Any advice on parking at FedEx? Thanks.
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7 ***months ***ago
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I think opener will change for 2nd show in city
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8 ***months ***ago
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