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27 ***days ***ago
tommycharles
Quotemosthigh I saw The Who the next night at Climate Pledge (Lemon Pledge?) Arena in Seattle. The sound was also quite good, although Pete's guitar was low in the mix sometimes. Unfortunately that's been an element of their whole 2022 tour. There were still some moments where Pete let rip, but overall he's been buried in the mix compared to 2019. The Climate Pledge show this
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5 ***weeks ***ago
tommycharles
It’s a shame they didn’t get this out a few weeks earlier, it would have made a nice holiday treat.
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2 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
QuoteBig Al QuoteVoodooLounge13 While he has produced a lot of pop songs, musically he seems to be grounded more in the rock world. He plays in Eddie Vedder’s backing band and formed a band with Jason Bonham. He also opened a gig for The Cult. Should be interesting. I did note this too, admittedly. He’s produced Ozzy Osbourne, ass well as Morrissey’s upcoming album. I don’t follow modern-day po
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2 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
I remember everyone talking at the time about how stationary Keith was during that show, and I remember watching the pay per view live and having the opposite reaction - we’d previously seen him play some _very_ ropey gigs in 2006/7, then some clips surfaced in 2010 or so of him barely able to strum a note, and so I watched the 2012 Newark show so happy that Keith was upright and riffing. It was
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3 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
Brilliant gig in Seattle last night. Roger’s voice is in spectacular form at the moment. Pete’s guitar ends up a bit buried during the orchestra heavy songs, but when it does cut through it’s as interesting as ever. And seeing him and Simon duet on The Rock is very special.
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3 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
The Who stopped doing them since 2009 and it doesn’t feel odd at those shows.
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3 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
On the one hand, I hope it finally means we get some new music, and if they’re working with someone other than Was at last, all the better. But Tedder would have been far from my first choice. Everything he touches sounds like him rather than the artist.
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5 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
QuoteNikkei I must admit I didn't watch all of it. It just looked so promising with the leafy background and then suddenly there is the red and yellow. Hmm The Hyde Park stage is owned by the venue and used by every act during the summer, since 2013. Different groups make different amount of use of it - Pearl Jam, for instance, who never have screens behind them normally, did turn it on fo
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5 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
QuoteProfessorWolf tacoma dome still standing Such an awful place to see a show, though
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6 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
QuoteNikkei Plus the lean touring machine we've seen last month seems to be much dependent on infrastructure provided locally New stages are expensive. In the ‘89-07 era they’d have 100+ shows to pay them off. Now… they amortized the No Filter stage over what, 50 shows or so, but even that was kind of extraordinary, it would be a very risky proposition to bank on the Stones having 50 shows
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6 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
QuoteRisingStone I didn’t attend HP2. They played 22 songs both nights. And they changed whoppin’ 21 songs between two shows! Porch, the closer of the main set, was the only duplicated song. Did anybody else here see the show(s)? yorkshirestone (and Mirko, perhaps?) posted that they would attend both. Hope to see their comments. Was at HP2. Brilliant gig. In addition to Porch they also d
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7 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
Watching this now... Stray Cat was really good here.
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7 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
Also the same stage as in Sweet Summer Sun and every year since, the stage is owned by BST.
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7 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
QuoteStonedRambler Have they played Sympathy yet? If not it's gonna be Sympathy as an encore I assume? More than any other song, it has to be dark for Sympathy.
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7 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
QuoteMabru QuoteNikkei Is the bonus IJWMLTY from Amsterdam the same setting like in Twickenham? Were these shows identical down to the shirts? Yes. First plan was to record the Amsterdam show for dvd release. If you look proberly at the Twickenham dvd you also see shots from the Arena mixed in Was that derailed by Keith and Ronnie being completely out of it for Amsterdam?
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7 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
I’m not sure why everyone’s so down on the sound of this. I’m listening to it now, and apart from wanting a bit more bass sometimes, it’s just fine. It was a v good gig, too.
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7 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
I hope the video is available to purchase digitally at some point. EDIT: It is available, it just wasn't showing up in search particularly well.
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8 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
I'm also thinking about going in for Seattle, I saw this tour when it was at T-Mobile Park in fall of '19 and it was great, would be fun to see it indoors too. Roger is singing great in these shows, Pete's guitar playing seems a bit less fluent than usual, but maybe it's just shaking two years of rust off.
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8 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
QuoteIrix Quotetiffanyblu looks boring right now. guess the screens will decide. dont like the cheap look of 2014 Maybe it'll look similar to the Hyde Park 2013 stage - but without the trees (different decoration instead). That stage belongs to the festival.
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8 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
Hey Keith, as your LPJ will no longer be needed following this poster’s request, I’d be happy to look after it for you.
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8 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
Quotebitusa2012 Quotejmd Sure, if you’ve seen him before, there’s a lot of “been there done that”. As compared to the always freshly updated Stones setlist? McCartney’s setlists make the Stones’ look incredibly varied. Which isn’t necessarily a criticism of either group, they all do their own thing. McCartney’s Fall 2005 tour - 38 dates across the US - featured not one single change across
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8 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
Who is playing the harp on Mannish Boy?
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9 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
QuoteBeastyBurdeny Quotetommycharles I don’t know why I expected anything different but I am sort of amused that the setlist is identical to the Fall 2019 one. Couldn’t have used the time to work up a couple of different tracks, boys? I keep hoping the will try A Quick One with the orchestra. I think that could be more successful than the tepid attempt in 2016 or 2017 (whenever that was) ‘14/
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9 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
I don’t know why I expected anything different but I am sort of amused that the setlist is identical to the Fall 2019 one. Couldn’t have used the time to work up a couple of different tracks, boys?
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10 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
MSG '03 was a very good modern era Rambler.
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10 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
This Keith interview about Main Offender and the Winos was really good, I thought. Far more lucid than he was in interviews 20 years ago.
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10 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
So are Melody/Luxury/Worried About You from the other night? Or did they really play those three as an encore?
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10 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
Quotedaspyknows Its a special wristband only area where you have access to gold circle east (and possibly west) areas. There are bathrooms with no lines, bars and food plus shade. Yeah, that sounds more like what they’re doing for PJ (though not for the same price, ha…).
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10 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
Quoteronniewoody91 QuoteCooltoplady The last time the Stones sold seats behind the stage was 1999 No Security tour. And it was awful The Hyde Park VIP Hideaway tickets also are behind the stage, like wtf... I don’t know if Hyde Park is working differently for the Stones, but for Pearl Jam a couple of weeks later, the Hideaway area is mostly just a separate food/drink area, you also have acces
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10 ***months ***ago
tommycharles
A more focused Keith than we normally get. I liked it.
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