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28 ***days ***ago
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QuoteStoneage Strange thing - Brian had big eye bags in his early twenties already. That is usually something you acquire with old age. I don't mean to be rude but I can't help noticing it. He had them from birth as did other members of his immediate and wider family.
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30 ***days ***ago
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Yes it is.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteMathijs I don't moan about Taylor... I do moan about Taylor... Mathijs
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotestonesstein I could not agree with Dandelion more! After the slide on No Expectations, nothing that Brian did was fundamental. It is so funny how people try to "romanticize" his contributions from late 68 and early 69 as somehow worthy of anything other than "how sad". Sad indeed. Brian was seemingly done being a proactive contributing member of The Rolling Stones
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteMathijs Unfortunately, His Majesty's work on showing what Brian played did point out that Brian's contribution to RnR Circus was horrendous. Even to the extent that you can clearly understand the Stones wanted to sack him -here you are, the wold leading rock band of the day, spending loads of money on a movie project, and there's your guitar player being totally wasted and n
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotegeorgie48 QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotegeorgie48 Very nice try, but good they didn’t include it in the video/DVD because “the shining diamond” was missing. It would have been unforgivable! Wasn't he "missing" on the other tracks on the dvd as well? He did participate in a couple other songs, but where he didn't come out well, they "deleted" his contribution
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotegeorgie48 Very nice try, but good they didn’t include it in the video/DVD because “the shining diamond” was missing. It would have been unforgivable! Wasn't he "missing" on the other tracks on the dvd as well? No.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
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Quote24FPS Keith and Bill countering each other creates the fantastic tension in the song. Brian's contribution is minimal at best. Tambourine? Acoustic strumming? The greatest song of the summer of '65. Typical ignorant mind set about Brian. By varying his rhythm and playing against the piano, drums etc etc he is part of the 'fantastic tension'. ... (I Can
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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Quoteexilestones QuoteHis Majesty Here are all of the spring 1969 - Olympic Studios photo by Eric Hayes from the above site. Thanks. I'd like to have all of the pics from that site! I couldn't find a way to download these photos. I was trying to get the 1982 photos and others. Search, eg Rolling Stones 1982, then right click, 'view page source' and you will see al
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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Here are all of the spring 1969 - Olympic Studios photo by Eric Hayes from the above site.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotemike567 These early 1969 studio pics are fantastic. Looks like Keith' Maton is capoed at the 7th fret...so this is Midnight Rambler in the making (edit: although if the date is right with February 69 this predates their stay in Positano, where they allegedly wrote it) Ignore the February date that is unlikely for loads of reasons. It's most likely from circa April 1969. I'
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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Quoterollmops Lot of pictures that are not well known here. The 1969 ones, at The Olympic studio are amazing. It tells the story of Let it Bleed. Mick, Keith, Charlie and Bill working their instrument while Brian stands looking at them, hands in his pocket, not participating. But there is one where Brian is seating on the floor, guitar in hands with a smile on his face, probably getting ready to
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteWetWillie An older thread makes it look like it was an IORR in house production. (It's a fun thread.) Yes. A friend of mine had a cassette copy, I got a CDR copy and shared it via here.
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3 ***months ***ago
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Oh my, just been told. Gutted!!! Such a gentle, beautiful soul. I will miss you Alan!
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5 ***months ***ago
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50+ years since Brian died. The detailed truth faded long ago. Good or bad. Their memories are for sure influenced by ravages of time, what and how things are asked, their many re-tellings, what they have read, heard etc etc. Some of the talking heads knew or met Brian briefly, in Sam's case I wonder if he ever even met him. Volkers 'memories' have gotten more extreme with each
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5 ***months ***ago
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It's all quite sparse and fast after she splits from Keith.
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5 ***months ***ago
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The book is ok and mostly a kind of compilation of all that's been said about her and by her and her associates etc. It gets really tedious once it hits 1967 - 1968. The large section about Performance goes on and on. One chapter for the last 40 years of her life. Whilst reading you will get sick of seeing the word phlegmatic.
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5 ***months ***ago
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Quoteswimtothemoon Yes I Did. Figured $2 was a small risk. Put it in recycling and save someone else from reading his crap.
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5 ***months ***ago
His Majesty
The essentials of it are covered and shown well enough here.
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5 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman It's open E with a capo on the 8th fret. Yes and what helps tell us is that the 1st and 2nd strings and the respective C and G notes ring out through out the main part.
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5 ***months ***ago
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QuoteRoll73 Keith never played it like that again anyway - so.... He never played it as per this youtube video.
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5 ***months ***ago
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Meh, it's just open E with capo at 8th fret. Simple. This fella has been over thinking it and ending up with a suitably over complicated conclusion.
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6 ***months ***ago
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QuoteRocky Dijon QuoteRockman ….nude mud wrestling would be more fun for us all … Oh no! Terry's been watching WOMEN IN LOVE again! "watching"
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6 ***months ***ago
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Giuliano is a fraudster.
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6 ***months ***ago
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Selecting mono when listening back reduces the loops of audience screaming a bit.
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6 ***months ***ago
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QuoteLiveAtHidepark There are probably mistakes. I do what I can. Corrections are welcomed. Thank you!
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6 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Interesting that the director of A Degree of Murder said that Keith saved the sessions, and that Brian was out of it. I didn't know that. Volker Schlondorff interview - Taken from recent official Mord Und Totschlag DVD. Click on the image to open the Youtube link
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6 ***months ***ago
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QuoteTheGreek Ok, this is fairly simple to discus and digest . No matter what time period or civilization or ,or morals or customs or the way it was done way back when . It's just wrong and indefensible . Would anyone who condones or think this is no big deal believe it's okay if it was your daughter or sister or cousin or friend etc. ? This is such a common sense issue on morals and mo
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6 ***months ***ago
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Which one(S) have the marimba overdubbed on Under My Thumb?
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6 ***months ***ago
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Interesting. I like the album because, even if not totally live, it's still The Rolling Stones playing live and in studio in 1966. The old studio cuts with overdubbed audience is still daft, old live recordings better served on elsewhere, but the 1966 recordings are cool.
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