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Memo From Tina Turner
Love this! Very cool to see Ian Stewart up there on stage. They're all laughing and having a blast. Cool story, too.
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Quoterattler2004 What’s the scoop? It’s a 2+hour video Sorry, I posted the wrong link. Here's the correct link. The video is 4 minutes long:
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Here's the story about where it came from. Interesting:
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Quotetreaclefingers A bit of a penchant for the Germans? He definitely seemed to have a thing for german girls.
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Here's another upload from the Yesterday's Papers youtube channel. Cool mini-documentary about Nico's relationship with Brian Jones and her time in London in 1965, meeting the Stones and recording a single for Andrew Oldham's Immediate Records:
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This is pretty cool. What I really like about it is it focuses on what the press and the Stones said about the song when it was released.
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Funny:
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Mick Taylor Reviews the Singles of July, 1969:
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It's on youtube. Here's the video:
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This is pretty cool: video: I've always loved Sweet Black Angel. Great song and that marimba outro is just brilliant. According to the video, they've only played the song live once, in Fort Worth back in 1972.
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Thanks for the info!
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This is pretty cool. Is the whole show available or just this song?
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QuoteTaylor1 Who was the member of the Yardbi who looked like Brian Keith Relf.
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***1 year ***ago
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According to someone who commented on the video, the singer in Brian's band was going to be Cleo Sylvestre. According to her wikipedia page: "In 1964 she released a single, "To Know Him Is to Love Him", under the name "Cleo", produced by Andrew Loog Oldham and backed by The Rolling Stones. After Brian Jones left the Rolling Stones in 1969, she agreed to rehearse with
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QuoteNashvilleBlues QuoteMemo From Tina Turner From what I've read, Brian apparently demoed a few of his own songs in the weeks before his death. Two of the songs he demoed were called "Has Anybody Seen My Baby?" and "Chow Time". Brian’s journey was vaguely similar to Syd Barrett’s. Have there been any books written on their parallels? I dunno but I agree, there are s
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From what I've read, Brian apparently demoed a few of his own songs in the weeks before his death. Two of the songs he demoed were called "Has Anybody Seen My Baby?" and "Chow Time".
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Quote24FPS Great Interview. I didn't catch any obvious mistakes. I still don't understand. The Stones DID return to roots music. It's what they were doing on Beggars, and Let It Bleed. Maybe Brian couldn't stand not being the leader. But wouldn't history have repeated itself? Brian hadn't been a singer to that point. He would have needed a vocalist. What if that voca
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QuoteDGA35 I didn't know Micky Waller sat in for Charlie back in the club days! I have a biography of Alexis Korner and it mentions musicians that got together with Brian to rehearse with. I'll have to dig the book up to see the names again. I didn't know that either. What an amazing drummer. He also played in some of those excellent early solo albums by Rod Stewart.
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Here's another video from the Yesterday's Paper youtube channel. Some interesting stuff about Brian's music plans after the Stones. Some info I hadn't heard about. Mickey Waller was going to be the drummer of his new band and, apparently, Brian wanted to go for a Creedence Clearwater Revival-type sound. Check it out:
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Great story! Check it out: video:
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Jimmy Miller produced this single in 1967/68. Give it a listen. Killer soul song with an amazing groove: Julien Covey and The Machine - A Little Bit Hurt:
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Quotejbwelda Re: Johnny Thunders, sometimes, even with lipstick, a pig is still a pig. Not that I have a problem with pigs, I understand they are very clean animals. jb Johnny Thunders was great but at the time he did those demos with Jimmy Miller, they were both in pretty bad shape.
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Quotecoffeepotman You should hear the demos he did with Johnny Thunders....pretty awful Yeah, pretty dissapointing. Apart from the work he did with the Stones, his productions for Traffic, Spencer Davis Group and Spooky Tooth are excellent, though. Spooky Tooth's second album "Spooky Two" is actually one of my all-time favourite albums and the production is 100% Jimmy Miller. Def
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QuotetriceratopsMy bet is that Jagger did *all* the talking with JM to get him in, working with The Stones. Correct. That's what Jimmy Miller says in the video. Jagger was the one who called him and asked hinm to produce "Beggars Banquet" because he liked what he did with Traffic.
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Another great video from the Yesterday's Papers youtube channel. "February, 1969. Producer Jimmy Miller explains how the album "Beggars Banquet" was made." video:
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QuoteRockman Does anyone know who "Yesterday's Papers" actually **IS**? Dunno but they whack tagether some good little vids ..... Agreed. One of my favourite channels on youtube.
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Quotetatters "It's not as good as 'Satisfaction.'" The youth of 1966, already nostalgic for the halcyon days of 1965. They were! Take a look at this thing someone posted on facebook yesterday. This is from the readers letters section from Melody Maker in 1967:
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QuoteTravellinMan Thanks for this Tina
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This is pretty funny:
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