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7 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
Iggy Pop was hilarious as Belvedere Rickettes in Cry Baby
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8 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
...just to name a few... Female Trouble Le Charme Discret de la Bourgeoisie Zelig Straw Dogs 8 1/2
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8 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
Posted a bit of this interview in another thread. Thought one or two might like to read the entire piece. Words and pics by Valerie Wilmer
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8 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
A couple of Let's Spend anecdotes told by Glyn Johns Taken from a Valerie Wilmer interview in Hit Parader December 1968 ...posted the entire interview here
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8 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
Cool little Gib Guilbeau-written track this one. The Faces did some rocking versions with Ronnie and Rod sharing the vocals on their last US tour back in '75
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8 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
QuoteDandelionPowderman So what do we have to make guesswork on? - It's a Ronnie-era show - Bill and Charlie are the rhythm section - We have a photo of the Detroit 75-show (reel on stonesarchive.com) - We have a Alamo, Texas 75-picture that they use as a FB-profile pic Anything else? I'm thinking Detroit (or maybe Texas?) 1975. One might want to point out that we have pic
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8 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
<<I once heard about Steve Marriott being considered after MT left. Was this ever given ANY serious consideration>> Keith in a Crawdaddy interview from Spring '75 brought Steve Mariott into the discussion on possible replacements
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8 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
Have a nice one, Chris. Take care
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8 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
<<start with jimmie rodgers and the carter family...where it began>> Personally I'd add guys like Buell Kazee, Blind Alfred Reed and Eck Robertson for the old stuff. Not forgetting Charlie Poole & The North Carolina Ramblers For a Stones connection, The Singing Ranger Hank Snow is worth checking out, as they covered his I'm Movin' On
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8 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
<<My bet is Detroit '75 - see my above post.>> retired_dog, are you referring to the box in the top left corner on the rs archive site? To my eyes the date says '7/26/75'. However that date matches none of the Detroit shows. They played Bloomington that day
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8 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
QuoteSilver Dagger QuoteSohoe <<Anna Calvi - Anna Calvi.>> Good pick, Silver Dagger. Got into her music after she played at Roskilde Festival this summer. Have had her album in heavy rotation since Apart from that I think this year belongs to the Bear Family label with them re-issuing Bo Diddley's Beach Party, them collecting Sonny Burns' Starday recordings which
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8 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
<<Anna Calvi - Anna Calvi.>> Good pick, Silver Dagger. Got into her music after she played at Roskilde Festival this summer. Have had her album in heavy rotation since Apart from that I think this year belongs to the Bear Family label with them re-issuing Bo Diddley's Beach Party, them collecting Sonny Burns' Starday recordings which resulted in a very fine comp o
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8 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
Enjoyed your MSG shots in that giant tota-pic thread immensely, ROPENI! Very kind of you now to share your recording as well. Say, will you also make it available through torrents or some other download service? I sure wouldn't mind having another source of this excellent show to put on a couple of cd-r's...
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9 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
<<Is there any other review/evidence the Stones played CYHMK live during the Taylor years>> stevecardi, Melody Maker did a report on that Newcastle gig and specifically mentions both Can't You Hear Me Knockin' and Wild Horses being played ...Jean Marie's pressbook covering the '71 UK and '73 Australasian tours may be of interest:
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9 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
<<Mick said Keith can't obviously come obviously. And why would that be?>> DragonSky, it's a reference to the incident with Keith and Marquee owner Howard Pendleton back in 1971
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9 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
Edith, the song is written by Sonny Bono and Roddy Jackson for Larry Williams at Art Rupe's Specialty label. Williams a singer in the Little Richard style is best known for the R&B hits Short Fat Fanny and Bony Moronie
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9 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
<<Is that a young Chuck Leavell on the keyboards?>> It's Ian MacLagan Thanks much for sharing these pics, josepi
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9 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
Excellent. Thanks for the heads up, thijs1981
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9 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
<<Clash - 1977>> ...and Jail Guitar Doors
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9 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
<<Any other picture of Macca or John recording with the Stones in 1967??>> I don't have confirmation on the year, but to me these pics looks pretty 67-ish... Both by Valerie Wilmer
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9 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
The audio is taken from the radio broadcast of Paris April 11 1967 You can hear the announcer mentioning the radioshows' name; 'Musicorama' during the intro of UMT
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9 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
<<March 1965 in Fyens Forum, Odense, Denmark>> Hey finn, nice story. There's a few pics at www.fynskebilleder.dk from the event photographer unknown
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9 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
<<Is the NOLA show in circulation?>> Glam, it is. And it's a fantastic performance imo Along with the Palladium gig, NOLA is the '78 show I listen to the most
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9 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
Marcus Gray wrote another one on The Clash focusing in particular on London Calling called Highway 19 Revisited. I highly recommend that one as well
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9 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
Wow! Thanks for putting up part one, His Majesty. Much appreciated
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9 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
Excellent thread! <<Just boguht some cdr's from ebay loaded with old clippings, made a great addition to my own collection of old NME's, Rave magazine's etc.>> Speaking of NME, may I ask; HM, do you have any of the May 1968 issues? The reason I ask is that Keith Altham did in-the-studio report on the band, and while I've read part two - which is from the J
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9 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
Look nice. Thanks HJ
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9 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
tota Mick by Bob Hoare
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9 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
Great to see DL Menard still out there The Mahalia celebration on May 06 with Irma sounds truly fantastic Also great to see Rance Allen on the bill His brothers Tommy and Steve still sings with him, I think Some impressive harmonies going on between them
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9 ***years ***ago
Sohoe
ijwthstd upped these two shows via megaupload in the bit torrent thread on RO It may have gone unnoticed by one or two here so I took the liberty to link to that thread Descriptions as per ijwthstd: LOS ANGELES,CA:MEMORIAL COLISEUM 1981-10-11 Cassette Master -> Untracked Aiff File -> Soundforge -> FLAC This is an upgrade off my friend's master. Not sure how circul
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