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6 ***months ***ago
janathmer
At their age and during this period of their carrier writing and recording a new album? What to expect.....? I think it's not realistic to expect that they are able to create new music that comes close to the many many brilliant recordings they already created over the years. They can be very proud of what they created.They can be very proud of what they,at their age, still can create during
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6 ***months ***ago
janathmer
My favorite track from the Black And Blue Album. A real great Stones song!!
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9 ***months ***ago
janathmer
I've seen him ten years ago over here in the Netherlands(the Hague) and he was absolutely fantastic. He is a brilliant guitarist both on acoustic guitar and on electric guitar.Very impresssing!And a great singer with a unique sound.His band was fabulous. Only absolute top musicians who worked with a.o.Michael Jackson.He played his own great songs and he did some covers from a.o.Jimi Hendrix
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9 ***months ***ago
janathmer
This is a beautiful and genuine documentary about the greatest creator of rock and roll ever. The greatest songwriter, guitarist and performer in the history on RnR. Without him we wouldn't have been on this forum.
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***1 year ***ago
janathmer
Quote Testify This is a tribute album to C. Berry, no desire to be "superior" to the original, but just a lot of fun! Music is not a competition, but it is also nice to listen to alternative versions, especially when they are played by artists who owe everything to these great masters of rock'n roll and blues. I agree! Ronnie is a great rock n roll guitarist who honors the mu
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5 ***years ***ago
janathmer
Taylor brought so much extra to the Stones shows 2012,2013,2014. For me Midnight Rambler was the absolute highlight of the shows. No idea why they didn't invite him again for this new tour.
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5 ***years ***ago
janathmer
Quote6853 QuoteKoen Mark Knopfler himself was heavily influenced by JJ Cale. maybe groove vise if i may say so, but as a total guitarplayer, knopfler was in different league (maybe 2 leagues above..) above mr Cale, with full respect for mr Cale which songs i like vey much. I would say Knopfler is in top 5 as guitarist, maybe not performer, and i dont undarstarnd why no one nominates him. Thi
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5 ***years ***ago
janathmer
QuotePalace Revolution 2000 Quotetriceratops QuotePalace Revolution 2000 Even if one hates U2, and like a few others here - I don't get the venom that name automatically produces - the Edge pioneered a whole new qay of playing. yes - even he admits that it is effect based. But it is modern way of thinking; it is using technology to make new music and sounds. Like naturalust says, there a
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5 ***years ***ago
janathmer
QuoteKoen Mark Knopfler himself was heavily influenced by JJ Cale. Clapton after his Cream years was also influenced by JJ Cale. Gatemouth Brown was an important influence on JJ Cale.
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5 ***years ***ago
janathmer
QuotePalace Revolution 2000 QuoteNaturalust Since the question is "influential" and not necessarily best: Muddy Waters Chuck Berry Scotty Moore Steve Cropper George Harrison and John Lennon Jeff Beck Eric Clapton JIMI HENDRIX Keith Richards and Mick Taylor Jimmy Page Steve Howe Eddie Van Halen Kurt Cobain The Edge doesn't even come close, imo. Yes he has dev
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5 ***years ***ago
janathmer
QuoteDaveG QuoteBroomWagon Duane Eddy Luther Perkins Carl Perkins Link Wray Bo Diddley Chuck Berry Scotty Moore Dick Dale Hank Marvin Cliff Gallup Richie Valens Johnny Ramone Jimi Hendrix Keith Richards Jeff Beck Neil Young Joe Perry Jimmy Page John Lennon, George may be better but I think JL patented the Beatles sound. Alvin Lee Finally, someone mentions Duane Eddy, Dick Dal
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5 ***years ***ago
janathmer
QuoteJos Bo Diddley! Entire generations played his riffs. Agree.An absolute original.One of my all time favourites.
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5 ***years ***ago
janathmer
QuoteNaturalust Since the question is "influential" and not necessarily best: Muddy Waters Chuck Berry Scotty Moore Steve Cropper George Harrison and John Lennon Jeff Beck Eric Clapton JIMI HENDRIX Keith Richards and Mick Taylor Jimmy Page Steve Howe Eddie Van Halen Kurt Cobain The Edge doesn't even come close, imo. Yes he has developed an interesting and su
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5 ***years ***ago
janathmer
Quoteslewan The Edge??? - HAHAHHAHAHA (joke of the year!) Jon Greenwood Radiohead and Jon Buckland Coldplay are musicians who are influenced by the Edge.
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5 ***years ***ago
janathmer
Quotetreaclefingers Just wondering who was influenced by the Edge? Jon Buckland Coldplay,Jon Greenwood Radiohead
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5 ***years ***ago
janathmer
QuoteHearTheWindHowl Chuck Berry (I fully agree with that ...) Jimi Hendrix (Same) Here's another bunch: Keith Richards (He has legions of followers) Robert Johnson (What Chuck is for rock'n'roll, Johnson is for the blues) Richard Thompson (One of the best ones to come out of Great Britain, ever ...) Keith was heavy influenced by Chuck but he created him own brilliant sty
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5 ***years ***ago
janathmer
QuoteGiorgioGomelsky What about Pete Townshend, George Harrison, Jimmy Page, David Gilmour, Eric Clapton,Stevie Ray Vaughn, Peter Frampton...... (to be continued...) I can't deny them!
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5 ***years ***ago
janathmer
QuoteHearTheWindHowl Chuck Berry (I fully agree with that ...) Jimi Hendrix (Same) Here's another bunch: Keith Richards (He has legions of followers) Robert Johnson (What Chuck is for rock'n'roll, Johnson is for the blues) Richard Thompson (One of the best ones to come out of Great Britain, ever ...) Great and very influential too!
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5 ***years ***ago
janathmer
We all have our favourites. There are at least 50 guitarists on my list of all time favourite guitarists. And many of them were and are very influential. But listening through the history of rock I think the most influential guitarists in the history of rock are Chuck Berry, Jimi Hendrix and The Edge. What do you think about that?
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6 ***years ***ago
janathmer
Get Yer Ya Ya's Out Exile On Main Street Sticky Fingers Love You Live
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6 ***years ***ago
janathmer
Ginger Baker Al Jackson Earl Palmer John Boudreaux Smokey Johnson Ron Tutt Hal Blaine Ringo Keith Moon All the great drummers on Chess 50's and 60's rec. W.S.Holland
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6 ***years ***ago
janathmer
Quotewinos I've tried to listen to John Mayer but I think he is the most overrated musician (apart from Coldplay) going around. If the Stones needed another special guest Mick T would've run rings around Mayer! Just listen to his guest appearance during Respectable (2013 or 2012).Mayer is an excellent guitarist!
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6 ***years ***ago
janathmer
QuoteWroclaw Clapton 21st century shows (especially in Europe) are too often mentioned in the "most boring/sleepy gig's i've attended". Seems like people actually a "different setlist"... Saw him last year in Oberhausen and he was fantastic. One of the best concert I've ever been!
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6 ***years ***ago
janathmer
Historic Pinkpop show. The Stones were in top form. They enjoyed making music together. Could see that on their faces. Lots of smiles. Jaggers making jokes. Great start with JJF. Again a fantastic Mick Taylor during Midnight Ramber with some great rock 'n roll guitar by Ron Wood at the end! Beautiful YCAGWYW. Cristal clear sound from my where I was(60 meters from the stage, bit to the right
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6 ***years ***ago
janathmer
QuoteMilan MR MR once again the absolute highlight of the show for me. Great Mick Taylor!
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6 ***years ***ago
janathmer
Quoteozziestone Joe turned 70 today His Mad Dogs and Englishmen album is one of my all time favorites. His singing on that album is in the same class as my all time favorite soul singers Otis Redding, Sam Cooke and Ray Charles.Great band on that album too.Leon Russell had put that band together and he's the one who made all the great arrangements. Joe never sounded so good!
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6 ***years ***ago
janathmer
QuoteStoneburst I think this - starting at 4.09 - is Taylor's best solo with the Stones, and the best guitar solo I've ever heard from anyone. It's flawless. Taylor at his best takes you on a musical and emotional journey like no-one else. Brilliant!
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6 ***years ***ago
janathmer
QuoteRobertJohnson No words ...feel the groove Absolutely fantastic!!! The Stones at their very very best!!!
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6 ***years ***ago
janathmer
Quoteflacnvinyl I am just going to leave this here... http://www.hatfieldmedia.com/Paris-1970-Let-It-Rock.mp3 That's rock 'n roll!!!
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6 ***years ***ago
janathmer
I like to hear Carol, Little Queenie, Let it Rock, Around and Around, Bye Bye Johnny. Great songs and a salute to the great man who created these songs.
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