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6 ***days ***ago
teleblaster
Another link. Gene Krupa was the celebrity drummer in Goodman's classic 1930s line up. He was hugely influential (and is also credited with the first recorded drum solo). Check out "Sing,Sing,Sing" - you've probably heard it before. You can be sure that Charlie Watts was very familiar with his work.
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11 ***days ***ago
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QuoteWild Slivovitz I guess that Jagger has been prescribed a 5 days antiviral treatment, so the doctors assessed that in a week he should be ok. That's just a guess, though. That's my best guess as well. A colleague of mine who has underlying health issues got such treatment when she contracted covid same time as me. She recovered much more quickly than I did and without the residual
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14 ***days ***ago
teleblaster
I don't trust Ticketmaster promises of a refund. Been burned by them before, my emails ignored, etc. Approach with care.
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14 ***days ***ago
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Loved seeing him do this one live. Don't think there's much chance of that happening again, though. Great song.
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30 ***days ***ago
teleblaster
Met him at a book signing once and he refused to sign any photos, albums, etc., from his Stones era - anything later was fine.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
teleblaster
What nonsense! The Junior gives Keith some of his most iconic sounds and coolest looks. The stuff of legend.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
teleblaster
Talking about female guitar slingers, Joanne Shaw Taylor would surely appeal to a lot of Stones fans and introduce her to a bigger audience. She's very good live.
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2 ***months ***ago
teleblaster
Cover photo looks like Glasgow Apollo, 10th May 1976. Just sayin'....
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2 ***months ***ago
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Quotenovica QuoteAntoineParis QuoteChristiaan Why another re-issue…. There is more of the 2003 tour! Why not Cirkus Krone 2003, was also professional filmed! No just a cheap re-issue, making money of the same idiots who will buy this anyway….. Among them probably me!! More of the licks tour to come, don't worry I dream of a DVD from Paris, Bercy 2003... Now that would be special.
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2 ***months ***ago
teleblaster
Any love for Wilko Johnson, particularly in his Dr Feelgood days?
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2 ***months ***ago
teleblaster
I rather enjoyed the version from the 2nd O2 show, 2007.
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2 ***months ***ago
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Quotebv I prefer to stay at hotels. They are regulated by the authorities, you may have breakfast in the morning, and there might even be a restaurant on the premises. AirBnB and other apartment rental services are nice for the end user, but they are killing local city culture. Just take a walk in any tourist place like Manarola in Cinque Terre, or Barcelona, and take a look at the people livi
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2 ***months ***ago
teleblaster
Yes, could be great. Let's hope the interviews are insightful.
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3 ***months ***ago
teleblaster
Quotekeefgotsoul I want this more than a new studio album +1
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3 ***months ***ago
teleblaster
GA for HP2 via Ticketmaster. I'm happy with that. Hotel already booked.
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3 ***months ***ago
teleblaster
I was in GA and turned up early (about 1 pm) and had a good view and sound throughout despite being further from the stage than I would normally choose. Spent most of the time sitting on the grass, only standing up when a band was on. There was one big surge towards the stage once the Stones were a few songs into their set, so we had to grab our stuff fast (we had anticipated this). Those who
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4 ***months ***ago
teleblaster
That setlist is more than "slightly tweaked" from the '76 European tour. Bring it on!
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4 ***months ***ago
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Seen her about ten times over the years. Great guitar slinger with a sultry, soulful voice. Mainly blues-based and very good live. She would have been my last pre-covid show, but it was cancelled at short notice for Joanne and her band to return to the States. Unfortunately she's not coming to Scotland when she returns to the UK for a (very) short tour in April.
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4 ***months ***ago
teleblaster
He played with all the Chicago greats. One of the last of that generation.
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5 ***months ***ago
teleblaster
Really? My understanding is that being fully vaccinated - i.e., both jabs and a booster - still provides more protection against omicron than no jabs (and vice versa, of course). I would agree with slewan's four points.
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6 ***months ***ago
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QuoteMartinB QuotePaddy QuoteDoxa With respect, but outside America this Bennett dude is pretty unknown. No any Sinatra. I think I was kinda aware of musical things, but it took me years to know about him. People like Jagger, Marley etc. are in a totally different category internationally. - Doxa Tony Bennett always came in the same breath as Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis etc... He’s
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6 ***months ***ago
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They're free in the UK. In Scotland we're now asked to use them before any social activity.
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6 ***months ***ago
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QuoteBig Al QuoteNate So face masks are being made mandatory in some settings from Tuesday here in the UK including in the buildings of the House of Commons unless you are an MP in which case you are exempt hahahahahaha I only wish there were a hell for these people to go to. Nate And why Tuesday? If things were so desperate, wouldn’t they mandate it from the moment after the announcement? D
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7 ***months ***ago
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QuoteWitness It is not certain beyond doubt, that is, with the large audiences in mind. I agree. Whilst I've always been - and still remain - a massive Chuck Berry fan, I suspect that your average stadium concert attendee would not groove to these 50 plus year old classics. I disagree that they're "too much hard work for them". Chuck Berry is in their DNA!
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7 ***months ***ago
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I remember watching this footage on The Old Grey Whistle Test and discussing it in my maths class at school the next day!
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7 ***months ***ago
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Café de Klos in Amsterdam serve the most fantastic ribs. Nice old fashioned brown bar with good beer and wine. They also do steaks, baked potatoes, etc., but I went there to try the ribs and I wasn't disappointed.
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7 ***months ***ago
teleblaster
Toots and the Maytals were definitely one of my favourites. Less so, Bon Jovi (Paris 1995).
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8 ***months ***ago
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This is not atypical reporting from the British right wing tabloid press. As an observation, the Stones and their people have always managed to generate maximum publicity and keep their names in the press. Remember a few weeks ago when a load of us were predicting low ticket sales and general doom and gloom? Now the whole world knows that they're on tour in the States and not playing on
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8 ***months ***ago
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QuoteHairball QuoteBig Al QuoteHairball Rumour had it that Mick Taylor was to guest on Little Red Rooster at the Astoria in '03, but after failing to show up at rehearsal earlier in the day the idea was abandoned. Correct me if wrong, but that's the way I remember it...still a good show, but no Mick Taylor... This is probably true. I remember the rumours of his guest appearance. Ev
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8 ***months ***ago
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Quotemrjones Yeah I remember in jersey 2019 he said ate a taylor ham sandwich at tictoc diner. crowd loved it! Diner owner said the place was packed that nite & next a.m. He made reference to eating chips with salt and sauce in Edinburgh 2018. Chips in Scotland are called "fries" in the USA. Salt and sauce is a very Edinburgh way of eating them - the rest of the country goes fo
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