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7 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
I have nothing against Ralph Waite or The Waltons but Christ on a bike some people post any old shite here.
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7 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
Ralph Waite's contribution to the Rolling Stones output should never be overlooked. For me he's really the sixth Stone or Glimmer triplet if you will.
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7 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
I see this as an admirable attempt at a modern Stones record. Anything that gets Mick and Keith sitting down and actually writing new material is a good thing but for me it comes down to editing what they've actually written. At the end of their short burst of creativity in 2004 they didn't have enough great material for a 16 song album. This, to my ears at least, would have been a m
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7 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
I completely agree with the original poster. I don't understand the need for special guests in the first place. Maybe once on a tour if they decide they want to share the stage for a special reason. Maybe with someone that inspired them (Bo Diddley, Chuck Berry etc.) as a thanks for the inspiration. Maybe even with one of their contemporaries who possesses a legacy that will also be reme
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7 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
Great version of a great song. Proof positive if Mick needs it that their catalogue is filled with great songs that would work well live if the band commit to practicing them and performing them regularly. Nice one Mick!
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7 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
I'm actually from the same area as these lads and I can assure you all that they aren't the product of any svengali or record company boyband. They formed the band at school, all are passionate and knowledgeable about music and just happen to be making a stir. Saying that I can't say I'm a fan. They're too young to be launched into music just yet. Another few years mig
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8 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
Did I just read that correctly? Otis Redding's 'Mr Pitiful' isn't worth a listen? You need your ears cleaned out NICOS.
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8 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
All are worth investigating. Some will appeal to you more than the others. 'Hours' is a very special album. Reflective and sad in places but very melodic, definitely a highlight of latter day Bowie. Reality is good fun, solid rock/pop songs on there, 'She'll Drive The Big Car' and 'Fall Dog Bombs The Moon' are the standouts. 'Heathen' and 'Ou
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8 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
I ordered the show, excited to see what I’ve been missing out on. Reading the rave reviews, the set lists I somehow managed to get over the fact that while I’ll always be a fan The Rolling Stones are no longer a band that someone in my financial situation can afford to see live. 2.00am came, I had some smokes, a few beers, I was ready to go. I’m front row to the greatest show in the world righ
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8 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
A new dawn of creativity will only happen if Andrew Oldham somehow manages to lock Mick and Keith in a room together and tells them "Listen f**kers, you're not getting out until I hear some new songs." I do wonder how exactly Mick and Keith spend their days when not touring. Surely it can't be 24/7 parties and phoney show business bullshit. There really isn't a reason
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8 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
Although I enjoyed Crossfire Hurricane I still think that the Stones need a definitive documentary. This of course won't happen until they are disbanded or dead. The archives will open fully then and hopefully some clever, passionate fan will be allowed to direct it. It will of course be much too long for the conventional film release but it could be magic. I've even got lots of ide
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8 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
She's in the second photo too, Rockman.
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8 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
Keith is an a**ehole of the highest order, forever perpetuating the image of some rock and roll troubador bringing music to the masses. Keith found out the exact same second as Mick about the dates, approved the extortionate ticket prices and doesn't give a flying f**k who can or can't afford to see him pretend to play guitar for ninety minutes. Rock and Roll is dead.
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8 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
Jals there is no 0% chance of the band doing 'In Another Land' live. Either it's a joke or you're deluded. It will be a 99% warhorse setlist with maybe one or two surprises. No psychedelia.
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8 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
No one is being forced to pay these prices but the band have shit all over their loyal fan base by setting prices so high. 100 Euro a ticket would have meant most people could go, the band and promoters make money and everyone's happy.
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8 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
Genuinely disappointed with the prices. I had hoped to nab a ticket but for those prices they can just f**k off. I've got the CDs, the DVDs, every bit of overpriced merchandise they've offered yet. Jagger and Richards are the two biggest c**ts in the business. So much for Keith's 'my job is to touch as many people as possible' bullshit. Springsteen, McCartney and Dyl
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8 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
"Meh. Don't like this version of Jagger's voice. He's trying too hard to "rock", which appears to be the overall gimmick. Hey look! 70 year old guys with snarling vocals, guitars and a beat." There's no pleasing some people. Jagger sounds great, not straining to sound like a 20 year old and not using that awful nasal tone that most of us can't stan
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8 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
The cover should have Mick in some of his famous camp poses and the title should be "50 Shades of Gay".
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8 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
What the @#$%& is Mick thinking about? Without a doubt the gaudiest cover art I've ever seen. Not arsed forking out for only two new songs.
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8 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
As a non musician I can't really criticise how good of a player Chuck actually is, but from a non musician perspective I just don't like the sound he brings to certain pieces. Whether he's ordered to do it by Jagger or not. I would prefer to hear the songs played on a real piano like Stu used rather than keyboards. It gives the songs a more warm, rock and roll feel. Keyboards s
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8 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
10. Keiths Head Injury & Subsequent Decline. 9. Their official website selling fans advance tickets at a huge cost and seating them at the back of the venue. 8. Merchandising. I don't begrudge any band selling tshirts but when they're flogging wine it's an embarrassment. 7. Huge breaks between albums. I understand that they're knocking on and don't owe us a
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8 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
"I don't get it, please enlighten me Brits. What is it about dressing up like this that appeals to the aristos? Is this some sort of tradition? I agree he looks scary and just plain silly" It's just a bit of fun latebloomer. Men dressed up as ladies is funny and women dressed up as men can be oddly attractive.
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8 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
"Mick has nothing feminine to him, that's what these pics show so obviously. I've never seen anything androgynous in him: he plays it, like an actor, but he doesn't have it" He does of course play the role like an actor but you can't fake androgyny, you either are or you aren't and Mick is an icon in that area.
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8 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
You're so cold You're so cruel I'm your man Not your fool Are you already over me? Are you already over me? Are you already over me? What a fool I've been What a fool I've been Self explanatory this one but still hurts five years later.
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9 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
Saddened but not shocked to hear of her passing. She had most likely destroyed her body with years of alcohol and drug abuse. None of which interests me. She was a mother and daughter so I feel sorry for her family. However I can't say I held her in much regard as an artist. Some of the early bubblegum pop songs were fun and she was attractive but for me her voice was too technical. No
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9 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
Definitely not Bowie
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9 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
Recieved my copy yesterday and the film is a masterpiece. Any young person starting a band would benefit highly from watching this. The very essence of everything that is great about popular music. I can't think of anyone else who came close to being this great.
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9 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
I'm not saying he didn't live like that for a while, I'm saying that it was never him. I could move to America and speak with a fake accent and pretend I'm an outlaw but that would also be fake. It would become a part of my life I reflected on and think 'What was I thinking?' Mark my words Keith at home alone with family speaks with an English accent and doesn
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9 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
I have to say I agree with Mr. Marcus. Keith's book isn't a biography of Keith Richards the man, it's the semi-fictitious ramblings of Keef Richards the cartoon. In real life Keith is an aging, English family man who has seen some great things, has ammassed a fortune and who once upon a time had a special talent. Why he would choose to portray himself as a hip, gun-totting blues
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9 ***years ***ago
iamthedj
In the end it was the drink that killed her....she got hit by a Guinness truck!
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