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13 ***years ***ago
Rock'n'roller
Picket the Stones - brilliant idea! 'Security, main foyer, now'...)
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13 ***years ***ago
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Quotekeefriffhard4life or not. this is just getting old I was joking.
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13 ***years ***ago
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As the Holy Father begins a brief tour of the UK I was wondering if the Stones should follow. Might be the right time to tour? What do ya' think? Will the Pope do a war horse heavy set (sin, spiritual healing, homosexuality, etc.)? Will tha' boys do a blues set? What do ya' think?
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13 ***years ***ago
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Quotecolonial QuoteRock'n'roller Quotekeefriffhard4life why does colonial make posts that just talk about beating another band? thats why the stones are in the sad state they are in right now. Yes, I was wondering that too. That and colonial's sense ofmoral obligation to see band if you're a fan (and at almost any financial cost). Rock 'n' roller..Moral obligation
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13 ***years ***ago
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£30 max. (Sorry colonial, but, inevitably, they're just not what they were.)
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13 ***years ***ago
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Quotekeefriffhard4life why does colonial make posts that just talk about beating another band? thats why the stones are in the sad state they are in right now. Yes, I was wondering that too. That and colonial's sense of a moral obligation to see the band if you're a fan (and at almost any financial cost).
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13 ***years ***ago
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This wig thread is so undignified. Having said that, I'm not sure about Mick and Ronnie, but they're definitley 'helping it' if it is their own. But I'm sure it would have been revealed by now if they were using wigs. Somebody must know, or have access to that knowledge.
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13 ***years ***ago
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QuoteBraincapers Look at Alice Cooper, a girls name and make up but no campness whereas we we had the Sweet and Mud! " But Cooper's shows were utterly camp where that word can refer to a sense of theatricality and unreality (though his shows are currently less so). But yes, Cooper was never effeminate.
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13 ***years ***ago
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Quotecolonial The way I look at it if someone tells me for what ever reason they're not going to a Stones concert..well they just can't be as bigger fan as they once were or they made out to be. Or, as I said earlier, perhaps they can't afford the price of a ticket. And how does one's attandance (or otherwise) at a Stones show have anything whatsover to do with the extent of
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13 ***years ***ago
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Why do you think someone might need a reason not to go? People might have reasons for going, but not for not going. Also, I'm not sure why you think the ridiculously high prices of tickets wouldn't be a reason for some. £150 plus to stand for hours 400 metres from the stage trying to listen/watch the Stones while surrounded by a load of twats on their mobile/cell phones completely m
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15 ***years ***ago
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Burke Shelley (Budgie) and numerous others (including Bill Wyman).
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15 ***years ***ago
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Burke Shelley (Budgie)
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16 ***years ***ago
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Just logged on for first time in ages and noticed a few things - rather than go the threads just wanted to add. 1. Stones considered as uncool by some as they function in a popular medium (unlike jazzers) and so are suject to fashion/style/looks. To their credit they are probably more focused on music than some would say as they don't appear to be concerned about the age thing - they just
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16 ***years ***ago
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Ian Dury lived on my road at around the time I was born. So did Mick Box (Uriah Heep).
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16 ***years ***ago
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nanker phelge Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hey Rock'n'Roller I remember that guy from Twicks, > yes he was good and yes I did find myself watching > him rather than Starsailor!! > > Not sure why security were after him though as he > wasn't doing any harm Yeah, I don't know why either. We reckoned Mick might ha
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16 ***years ***ago
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Rock'n'roller Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Lady Grey tea. Lighter and more refreshing than > Earl Grey. Now moving on to Becks.
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16 ***years ***ago
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Or 'We'll see you next year' at the end of Still Life (well, sort of the same thing).
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16 ***years ***ago
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I suppose it's not very rock and roll. I can imagine Mick drinking it though.
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16 ***years ***ago
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Lady Grey tea. Lighter and more refreshing than Earl Grey.
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16 ***years ***ago
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Where is it?
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16 ***years ***ago
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schillid Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > bottom step out front is chipped Mine too!
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16 ***years ***ago
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At one of the Twickenham shows on the Licks tour there was a guy entertaining the crowd at the far end seating with an impression of Mick Jagger before the Stones came on stage. He was very funny and pretty good (pointing, pouting and strutting). He had everyone on their feet playing along with him. Drew loads of attention and was chased by security and the Police. He managed to evade them for a
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16 ***years ***ago
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I tend not to think in terms of a MT era vs. RW era etc. because that tends to reduce what is a complex set of issues to the level of a mere personality issue. This is how I see it. 1962-1968: R & b/blues cover band quickly evolving into English whimsy (e.g. Between the Buttons/Aftermath). 1968-1969: Transition. (LIB features no second guitarist). 1969-1975: Classic Stones period de
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16 ***years ***ago
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Town and Country Club, London, on Keith's 49th birthday. We all sang Happy Birthday to him. Excellent venue too!
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16 ***years ***ago
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Budgie - without a doubt. Loud, funky rock with soul. Blistering experience live.
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16 ***years ***ago
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Political message/social conscience? Yes, in terms of content, but not the delivery. They've always got their priorities right - rock and roll before anything else!
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16 ***years ***ago
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Yep, I love him too (with or without the self-parody).
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16 ***years ***ago
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The wrinkles and the hair is the image for Keith surely? But this doesn't detract from his musicianship. Meanwhile, Ronnie (age 60) likes to think he's 30 judging from what he wears.
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16 ***years ***ago
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Have one for me! Would be very welcome right now!
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16 ***years ***ago
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Lorenz Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Probably not a very popular opinion, but I think > he would indeed look out of place on the Stage. > I think it would look ridiculous. I agree. There's no denying that appearance is a factor for the Stones. For the serious music fans (self included) perhaps not, but they’ve got a lot of mileage out of th
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