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19 ***days ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
I'm surprised nobody has mentioned Honest Man from the Voodoo sessions. Did I miss it? It's fully mixed and ready for release. May not be the best of the unreleased, but it's on the list. HBK
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29 ***days ***ago
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In the US it certainly seems that advertisers are using many classic and not-so-classic 60s and 70s rock tunes for their TV commercials. And these are for products aimed at younger audiences, not Boomers. HBK
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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I have an interesting personal story here. My dad flew back and forth to London several times on the Concorde in the 70s and 80s. He loved telling me the story about how he met MJ in the Concorde lounge when they were both checking out the liquor and pre-flight buffet. He told Mick that his son was a big fan and he was cordial. My Dad also remarked at how "little" he was and that he
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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War on Drugs is a Philadelphia band with a large worldwide following (for an indie band). I've been onto them for years because of their local origins. They are basically the Adam Granduciel band as he is the main writer and vocalist. Dreamy wailing guitar sounds with soaring productions which I have often called the modern Pink Floyd . . . maybe a little My Morning Jacket. If this Sto
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8 ***weeks ***ago
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Madison Square Garden July 25, 1972 (evening show). My first Stones show. I remember being amazed at the leads he played. Ya-Yas was my main point of reference at that time, and I was a total Keith fan and always thought of him as the Stones lead guitarist. HBK
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8 ***weeks ***ago
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101 Total From NYC MSG 1972 to MetLife NJ 2019 Some Highlights among many MSG 25 July 1972 Hampton VA 18-19 Dec 1981. Toad's Place Aug 1989 Amsterdam Paradiso (both shows) May 1995 Capitol Theater NY 1997 Shepherds Bush London 1999
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2 ***months ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
One of my very early pre-British Invasion music memories. My mother played it all the time on LP and on our piano. I was 8 or 9. HBK
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2 ***months ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
Is that the groovy singer from Fleetwood Rac? HBK
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2 ***months ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
I think someone may have pointed this out already, but All the Rage is the new title for You Should Have Seen Her Ass. I went back and listened to the bootleg and the phrase - all the rage - appears several times in the murky vocals. HBK
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4 ***months ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
Has anyone else noticed that they are not playing much from the ABKCO era especially pre-65? When they do, it's usually a live version. Maybe they couldn't get a deal with ABKCO which seems like their usual MO,
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4 ***months ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
Not to quibble but I believe most agree that the lyric from Rocks Off is "Plug in. Flush out and fight and [email protected]#$$% and feed". See Track Talk. It does appear incorrectly on one lyric website and for many years I thought it was "fight the [email protected]#$%ing feed".
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5 ***months ***ago
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This seems like it was meant to be a tie-in with the cancelled tour that went ahead anyway. Reminds me of all the press Daniel Craig has been receiving lately which the PR had lined up to coincide with the release of the new Bond film which is also delayed due to CV19.
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5 ***months ***ago
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QuoteChrisMahavishnu I believe that its highly likely they will play an acoustic number given its probably going ]just be the four of them, something like the b-stage performances from last year. I would love for them to choose Salt Of The Earth. I agree. Something acoustic where just the four of them can be shown in four way split screen. I still like SOTE but would Let it Bleed fit? . . .
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5 ***months ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
Probably not playing Doom and Gloom, Please Go Home, Out of Control, or Ventilator Blues,
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5 ***months ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
It would be really cool if they played Salt of the Earth. But would they? Could they? Will they be social distancing in the same studio or what? HBK
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6 ***months ***ago
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QuoteFather Ted QuoteTaylor1 Nico also says the Madison Square Garden July 25 1972 second show was filmed professionally in it's entirety except Rip This Joint and Bye Bye Johnny. It doesnt sound like it's the japanese video which is on you tube which is crappy . That was maybe the best show of the tour. But it was silent. Maybe it still exists and the sound could be dubbed.
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6 ***months ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
I'm surprised nobody mentioned It's All Over Now . . . . or did I miss it? HBK
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6 ***months ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
Maybe if rescheduled, the tour will be No Facemask
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6 ***months ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
I am VERY glad to have this thread to see how everyone is fairing in different parts of our world. It seems more real than watching the TV news or visiting news websites. Keep it up. I live in the Philadelphia suburbs where everything is shutting down like elsewhere; schools, restaurants, all gatherings, etc. Many are working from home if they can which I am doing. I am officially retired
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7 ***months ***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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9 ***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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9 ***months ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
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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10 ***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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10 ***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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10 ***months ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
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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11 ***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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***1 year ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
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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***1 year ***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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***1 year ***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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***1 year ***ago
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Child of the Moon
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