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JJHMick
QuoteBjorn Bodytalks...not even a B-side... I regard Bodytalks as a a jam like "Slave" and therefore fit in a Stones album - my opinion.
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
QuoteRocky Dijon I'd rather own SLIDE ON THIS, MAIN OFFENDER, and WANDERING SPIRIT. This is, of course, the correct answer, especially as at the time all Stones (Charlie had done Charlie Parker and Warm & Tender and, if you like, count in the just left Bill with "Stuff"...) members were doing solo records. It qould have been a wonderful start for all to establish solo work. T
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
Slide On, Wandering Offender would have been the Stones album between Steel Wheels and Voodoo Lounge. If you consider the most featured songs of the time by Mick and Keith (plus the then Ronnie one) the Never Released Stones-Long-Player might have been like this. 999 (5.50) Wicked As It Seems (4.45) Eileen (4.26) Angel In My Heart (3.21) Wandering Spirit (4.16) Bodytalks (5.18) Somebody
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
Ventriloquism must have been inspiring to brother Chris Jagger too: He titled his 1974 album as "The Adventures of Valentine Vox the Ventriloquist". The cover has some original photographs and a certain Tom Edwards mentioned - but he doesn't look like the Exile man.
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
QuoteRockman It use ta be ..James Dean .... Elvis ... Monroe Now its Frida Kahlo...books..badges..cups...clothes..cushions.. tea-towels A Frida Kahlo tea towel? Where can I buy it? My wife would love it!
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
Quoteexhpart Well ...if this thread has done nothing else it made me dig out GHS and give it a listen again. It will always have a special place for me as my first Stones album. Today standout track was Coming Down Again probably change tomorrow but Coming Down Again is wonderful. Delicate piano and lyrics that for the fan actually mean something as Keith sings about Anita I experience the same
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
Quoteliddas Truly can't believe the little love Imagination studio version gets here: it is a fantastic track! I don't even see it as a proper cover. God knows what was on Whitfield/Strong's original papers? Temps (and the Funk Brothers) gave us one version, the stones another one. Genius move by the Temps to release a ballad as a single (what the stones later did with Angie)
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteJJHMick Quotenoughties I just had a listen to the studio version of "When The Whip Comes Down" after all these years, on Youtube. I found very little in that song for me. It would have been a commercial disaster if played live. That's my problem with Some Girls - a really great Album that contains the two musical styles I hardly appreciate: Disco and
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
Quotenoughties I just had a listen to the studio version of "When The Whip Comes Down" after all these years, on Youtube. I found very little in that song for me. It would have been a commercial disaster if played live. That's my problem with Some Girls - a really great Album that contains the two musical styles I hardly appreciate: Disco and Punk...
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
QuoteHis Majesty Maybe because I'm getting older, 44 in May, I've been pondering the closeness of notable events in stones history and getting kind of freaked out about how old these things are. It's 50 years since Brian died. I mean it's becoming near ancient history. Amazes me that the Jones era only lasted as a fully functioning touring and recording band for 3 or 4 yea
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
QuoteRocky Dijon One day, you'll realize "Harlem Shuffle" backed with "Had It With You" was a terrific single. "Too Rude" was their finest stab at reggae. "Sleep Tonight" would have fit in nicely on EMPIRE BURLESQUE. The instrumental break at the end of "Hold Back" is terrific if you can skip everything before it. "Back to Zero" rea
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
Quotesnorton QuoteCarnaby Ronnie on bass? It is the Jeff Beck Group and not the Faces.
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
QuoteHonestman Part 2 I'm down on my knees or whatever! I have Exile on Main St since 1976 and never bothered much about that (what I thought was merely a) fake-Stones-tongue-logo thing...
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
What striked me first was the artwork! Cover and inner sleeve stuff: Any bullshit bootleger at the time put more emphasis on that than the official ones...
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
Don't expect too much of the movie itself. It is typical German "Autorenkino". Schlöndorff became "commercial" much later. But He Held Anita Pallenberg in high regards: She was a "Kinotier" (a "movie beast") - that got lost due to Keith's more than to Brian's fault...
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
QuoteKRiffhard Quoterunrudolph Yeah.love Highwire. Good n vibrant song.hope they will do it live . Jeroen It would have been perfect on 'Steel Wheels' as second single after "Mixed Emotions". I think the war started later than the SW release date...
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
"My biggest plan is to get a Keith Moon film started." Me, even as somebody only liking an odd song by Queen, was very impressed by Bohemian Rhapsody. I would appreciate that idea very much. Any title suggestions?! We won't get fools like Keith Moon again?!
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
Great drone video! Where had the stage been then?
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
They have been neighbours on Mustique. I guess her children must have inherited the house. Where are the Royals experts here?!
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
QuoteDeltics Special limited edition Beatles 'The White Album' 50th anniversary commemorative T-shirt. I have a similar item. The White Album must have been also licensed to Kleenex.
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JJHMick
QuoteSomeTorontoGirl Chris’s voice is so much like Mick’s speaking voice, and they were waiting for someone (else) named Charlie. Every time he said ‘where’s Charlie’ I nearly fell off my seat. /quote] I am sure the Charlie meant in this case is Charlie Hart.
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
I used to sing Ruby Tuesday as a lullaby to my kids (who unfortunately didn't become Stones fans). Now in their 20s they still can complete lines like "Who could - hang a name on you".
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
Quotemarianna The Stones should consider doing a Christmas album. Or some type of theme/genre album besides the blues. Stones country? The Stones Country one to me is somehow the alternative Some Girls release.
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
My brother was eight years older than me, he died in April. He turned the five year old me on the Stones in 1966. The White Album has always been his favourite "others" record.
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2 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
Regarding how to make a No. 1 I read a university (yeah, I don't even remember from which continent...) had analyzed the No.1s of something like the last 20 years. The result is that long players tend to contain more and more slow songs than before whereas the most successful singles were happy up-tempo ones.
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3 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
This summer the Stones played the Olympic Stadium in Berlin and Chris opened for German star Nena in the Zitadelle in Berlin-Spandau - same time, probably 10 km distance. Nena is a big Stones fan, Chris the brother. I think pictures of the two have been posted here but nothing mentioned about Nena/Chris and Mick?!
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3 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
Sorry, I simply forgot the de luxe version's new songs! Now that needs a new cd burning!
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3 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
Considering the publishing rights Abkco vs Rolling Stones Records Sticky Fingers would have been the double and Exile on Main Street the single record: I burned the tracks on cd - it gives you a totally fresh listening (btw, try the same for the song order given on the record sleeves of Let It Bleed and Through The Past...!) Sticky Fingers: Side A = Brown Sugar, Sway, Dead Flowers, I Got Th
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3 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
Quotebye bye johnny 10/16 tweet from Mick. Would guess he's in character. One way to avoid the traffic I'm sorry for partly being responsible to have moved this thread from Lake Como to Kelly Country. So, let's move back ... to Nellcote. I remember a photo of Mick riding a Honda during that period of time. This time on a BMW? Is he still riding (or, I guess, better
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3 ***years ***ago
JJHMick
Hi Rocky, hi Rockman - some further thoughts to Ned Kelly: Didn't Mick hate any kind of "contact sports" (especially the very British Rugby)?! That might explain his unability to act in a boxing scene... The Gaunson book says that both films (Jagger's and Ledger's) were very succesful in Australia but actually aimed at an international market. There both failed. Mayb
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