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Meeting a 26-Year-Old Mick Jagger (And Reluctantly Learning to Like Him) His act was a kind of pop flamenco: all fury, passion, authority, male arrogance. When Helen Lawrenson met up with him during the recording of the Stones' 1968 classic album, 'Beggars Banquet,' she eventually gave into it. By Helen Lawrenson Jun 3, 2021 This story originally appeared in the June 1969 iss
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Quotegeorgie48 Do you dare to answer my question? Bill dates the recording of IAL to July 1967 in his book Stone Alone.
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Quotegeorgie48 QuoteDandelionPowderman June-July 1967. Where do you get that date from? Where did you see Stu's notebook with November 1966 - IAL?
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Quotegeorgie48 From Ian Stewart's notebook it is clear that the Stones were already working toward TSMR in 1966, to start with In Another Land in November 1966. ?
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22 ***days ***ago
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The original mono mix is superior for biff bang pow listening experience. The wide stereo mix is handy for geeking out on the details.
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22 ***days ***ago
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QuoteBig Al For years I wasn’t even aware of Keith’s riff playing throughout the track. Brian’s rhythm is really dominant is some of the available mixes. Keith is playing the rhythm. This is Brian's 12 string guitar.
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23 ***days ***ago
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QuoteBig Al Is it at all known or speculated whether John Paul Jones May have had more involvement during the Satanic sessions, other than the string arrangement for She’s a Rainbow? He was an immensely busy session musician at the time, so perhaps it really was his sole involvement. I suspect this is the case. He had no involvement other than arranging strings for She's A Rainbow. An arra
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23 ***days ***ago
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Keith and his whole gun and knife hardman shite.
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27 ***days ***ago
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QuoteTaylor1 It’s amazing how Brian was so involved in the music in 1967 , but a year later was not He was still quite involved up to and including spring 1968, albeit to a lesser degree than 1967 and I'd say with more battered health and musical abilities. The 21st of May 1968 is a notable date, his 2nd drugs bust, and then his summer of worry till the trial in September. A further de
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27 ***days ***ago
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Quotedmay Interesting part of the Stones history. What was McCartney doing in the studio? Did he play on TSMR? Yes. He plays either tambourine or congas on She's A Rainbow. Of the 2, it's most likely tambourine with Mick playing congas.
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29 ***days ***ago
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Now that's a good post.
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29 ***days ***ago
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Some wonky info in there.
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30 ***days ***ago
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Thank you!
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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Main point is it's same mix and mastering? I bought on off chance they'd offer an other pov musically rather than clarity wise... My ears told me they didn't regardless of system or layer.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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No one year changed everything, but 1956 is popular musics/modern cultures big bang. Where b&w cultures combine and clash with reverberations which continue to the present day.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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I have the Japanese SHMCD's of Their Satanic Majesties Request and Beggars Banquet. Can't say I hear much difference from the CD/SACD hybrids from 2002 I had before.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotevancouver here it is with new better a deegree of murder theme Thanks!
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteHonestman QuoteHis Majesty Thanks Honestman. What's the B side like? In the spirit of late 1966- early 1967, not as good as the A-side. Here it is You shall be Gone Tomorrow Huge wetransfer Thanks! Just wanted to make sure there wasn't a further Brian contribution.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteDGA35 Hi His Majesty, on Tell Me you mention that Brian is playing electric and Keith is playing acoustic. Does that mean Brian is playing the solo? Yes. Brian plays electric guitar on both known/available takes of Tell Me.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteSwayed1967 A 'Keith Richards Resource' in which you make reference to Brian's contributions would be more logical but...good job. That's not logical at all. Quote24FPS I'll be reading to see if it's really different from 'Rolling Stones All The Songs'. My one doesn't feature all the songs. Never read that book, so no idea if it will be
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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Thanks Honestman. What's the B side like?
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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Can someone re-upload this please?
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotejumpinfrog123 Fantastic! I've never heard this... Thank you, Honestman. Maybe, Brian plays a recorder, too ??? No, just the sitar, recorder etc is by session musicians.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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All going well post pandemic, I'll be meeting collector Ali Zayeri in London to listen to acetate of the 1962 Curly Clayton session, Brian's Regent Sound acetate from 63/64 etc.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteTheflyingDutchman All good stuff HM. Were does your fascination with Brian come from may I ask ? Listening to The Rolling Stones and gradually learning that a lot of the bits I liked were played by him.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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Quoteschillid Very nice & informative website, HM! Congratulations. p.s... Check spelling of shehani Shehnai is one of the correct spellings of the instrument.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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Quote24FPS Thank god it's not about him being 'murdered'. Thank god we had The Rolling Stones 1965, and On the Air so we could hear some new Brian recordings. Yet, it shows how quickly he declined on guitar. His feel was unparalleled, especially on slide, and he wasted those precious talents. He did indeed.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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The Brian Jones Resource - A companion to musician Brian Jones of The Rolling Stones. What did Brian play? Decades of conflicting information and misinformation has done much to obscure what Brian Jones did and did not contribute to The Rolling Stones recordings. Through detailed research and musical analysis The Brian Jones Resource's aim is to assist and inform listeners regard
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman With some extra vocals and a slightly different (more sloppy) intro? Yes, overdubs for sure. Main guitars are Keith x 2 imo. I doubt Brian is audible on this. Or better to say, what he is shown miming is not heard clearly. He plays/mimes much the same part that he would play later for The Rock & Roll Circus. Basic riff with B chord for da-daa, then using op
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