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8 ***days ***ago
mickschix
I never could understand why anyone bothered to listen to him. Very dull, too loud, like an amateur, only worse!
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12 ***days ***ago
mickschix
I still miss John, the pain never goes away....it has become less severe but my anger never lessens. John wouldn't want to be canonized, he wasn't a saint but he was a " working class hero" to millions of us...something to be....something he achieved. He left a huge hole in my soul, in the collective soul of all touched by his music, his writings, his presence. I still wonder
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12 ***days ***ago
mickschix
Of course I still listen to it and every time I hear something new to love about it! What's NOT to like!? It's the STONES doing what they do best!
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7 ***weeks ***ago
mickschix
This is beyond SAD...Chadwick had such a unique talent for actually becoming the character he played on screen...Jackie Robinson, James Brown...a brilliant actor who will be remembered for the man he was off-screen as well as on, according to those who knew him...like Mick. RIP Chadwick...gone way too soon.
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Ah, jbwelda, someone I can relate to! I never could understand the fuss over Gram Parsons...he had a very mediocre voice...at BEST, nothing outstanding I could see...basically he left me cold. I thought that Mick Jagger did the right thing in distancing him from the Stones as much as possible during the recording of EXILE...he was such a horrible druggie and even WORSE influence on Keith...if THA
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Thanks, BYEBYEJOHNNY, for sharing Mick's interview from the LA Times. It was very interesting. I always like it when Mick comes across as totally relatable & " normal", because HE IS! So, he HAS been offered lots of parts in other movies but for the most part has found them not interesting enough. It also seems, although he's happy that " Performance" has stood t
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
My first Stones concert was July 1972 at the old Boston Garden. I've told the story before so let's say it was memorable for A LOT of reasons..the first being the arrest of Mick & Keith the night before my show..Keith punched a photographer is Warwick, Rhode Island and mayor Kevin White bailed them out. I saw them the NEXT night and Mick Taylor was brilliant...Love In Vain...PERFEC
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Yup, we got lots of " Monkey Man" in 2002-03. I saw a ton of shows on the Licks Tour, about 8 in all and they played it in Boston( Foxboro) and Philly ( First Union Center) to name a couple of places. It's always a huge crowd-pleaser! I love the intro. That was quite the tour....they even played the Hartford Civic Centre..a place I loved! Got to hear them play " I Got The Blu
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Yes, Hairball, Monkey Man WAS played during the 2003 Licks Tour...I'm checking to see how many of the shows that I saw that year included that song in their set list. I always loved that one LIVE!
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
OHYESMEAGAIN, the Stones played " Monkey Man" on Sept 20, 2006 at Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Massachusetts. I was there that night in the 4th row and it was SPECTACULAR! Amazing set list included" SWAY "!! Unfortunately Kanye West opened for them..WHY that happened, I'll NEVER KNOW! Still, one of the best shows EVER! I had to review Stones shows I've seen where I tho
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
I have dozens of copies of CREEM & CIRCUS all preserved and tucked away in my Stones room. It was something I looked forward to reading every month. The editors must have loved the Stones because they were on the cover A LOT!
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
July 7, 2019....a gorgeous summer evening in Foxboro, Ma...the moon was up over the stadium. I laughed when Mick later introduced the band saying, " and Chuck on bass...oh, I @#$%& UP!"....The B-stage was a gift for me with the band reviving "Play With Fire"...a rare treat. I remember thinking as Mick ran around the stage how LUCKY I was...all of us were, that he'd recov
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Straycat, it is quite possible that they may never tour again...that means I have WICKED ESP! Sad thought but one all Stones fan will face one day....
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
A mere 40 shows since the 1972 Tour Of America. Should have seen at least 12 more!
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
In my dreams, I'm at a Stones concert but they never actually take the stage. This happens A LOT! In a recent dream, I was working for Mick as a tour coordinator and was speaking with him just before the show...I never heard one song!
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
First of all, the flags are not similar AT ALL! And I have to agree with Daspyknows...ALL Americans are not stupid, just roughly 34%...and they are lost causes! The owners of that B&B should leave the flag up & stop kow-towing to ignorance!
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3 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Geez, how could I forget " Performance", " A Hard Day's Night" & " Help", and also " Apocalypse Now" with that great opening song, " The End" by the Doors!?
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3 ***months ***ago
mickschix
John Lewis transcends mere politics. I heard many news personalities calling Jon " a saint". That remains to be seen but he was an extraordinary man, a man of peace, humility and wisdom. His suffering will long be remembered along with the strides that he made for civil rights in this racist-infested country. He cannot be replaced, and as someone said it is truly sad that the ROTTEN ONE
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3 ***months ***ago
mickschix
I remember him, even bought his album but I always felt he deliberately capitalized on looking like Paul....and the production of his music was purposely " Beatleque". Not original enough, IMO. Especially " She's Such A Beauty", could have come right off the White Album.
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3 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Aside from Shine A Light, Ladies & Gentlemen, The Rolling Stones & Gimme Shelter...I love the " Alfie" soundtrack...Mick & Dave Stewart's project! " Old Habits Die Hard" is a favorite song of mine. Also love " Almost Famous"....Tiny Dancer....hard to beat that!
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3 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Hairball, at least Mick knows enough NOT to release sub-par material. When he feels they're good enough to record & release, there will be a solo album...I hope. I'm NOT going to start that battle again about the value of his solo projects but I know I'm NOT alone in saying that I like most of his material. I still listen to " Wandering Spirit" ...." Evening Gown
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3 ***months ***ago
mickschix
So if you don't LIKE the word RELEVANT, try INTERESTING....Mick & the Stones will remain of interest to the masses...or at least to their fan base because they will put in the effort necessary.
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3 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Mick Jagger cannot SIT STILL for long! I agree with Bjornulf, the Stones will figure out a way to remain relevant. I'm sure Mick is planning something now..not sure what that might be but simply fading away is not their style. Obviously they've been working on new material, even though as Mick admitted, " Ghost Town" was written a couple of years ago...they've got materia
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3 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Thanks,Gary! I thought I'd try again, you know, sometimes random things do turn up.
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3 ***months ***ago
mickschix
I'm glad you were able to see it! Keep me posted if you have any other interesting things to share!
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3 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Bob, can you open this link to my FB page here?
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3 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Yes, I did hear him say that! I NEVER asked for an autograph...way too much like " a fan!" Maybe it was good I didn't ask to have my photo taken with him...I quit while I was ahead!! I just looked at your photos..didn't see Rowan..I'll look again. Agreed, that was NOT Callahan at lunch w/ Mick. I reread my journal from that day and when I actually spoke with his lunch com
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3 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Hello, Bob. I'll email you in a few minutes! I was at the bar between 2-3PM on April 20th...they had their second show that night. So, do you suspect the man I saw having lunch with Mick was Jim Callahan? The man lunching w/ Mick was handsome, tall & tan, with light hair in his 40's. When I spoke with him later in the elevator he called Mick " his friend". My buddy, the co
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3 ***months ***ago
mickschix
RBK, now you're TALKING! EXILE played throughout the day of the funeral and " Wild Horses" as an addition. " Wild Horses" is my favorite Stones song with " Let It Loose" a close second so that's my one-two punch!
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3 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Mrjones, 1972 Tour was my first time seeing the Stones LIVE!! Loved that tour! Mick Taylor's " Love In Vain", the jumpsuits Mick wore,and hearing cuts from EXILE!! It couldn't get any better! Oh, seeing Mick doing Midnight Rambler, smacking the stage with his belt as he slithered across it...WILD NIGHTS! Your connections sounded awful but as you said, always worth it!
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