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8 ***weeks ***ago
Roll73
Quotedennycranium Quoteflilflam All I hear from Jordan is bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, bang, and bang. Few fills and change of tone when the mood of the song changes. Mainly noise. But, maybe he will get better. The new drummer should be auditioned and he should be someone from the UK. Many guitarists were auditioned when Mick Taylor left the band. Why not do the same for the drumm
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3 ***months ***ago
Roll73
A truly great loss. I'm so glad I got to see Charlie play many times with the Stones (since my first gig at Wembley in 1990) and also in more intimate settings - Ronnie Scotts with the Tentet (what a gig!) and Pizza Express Jazz club with the ABC&D of Boogie Woogie. It is/was never difficult to get distracted at a Stones gig by the showmanship of rest of the band - but to allow yourse
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3 ***months ***ago
Roll73
QuoteKoen Curious how Midnight Rambler will sound. I was thinking that. I suspect it will sound magnificent - turbo-charged even. Steve Jordan can definitely play a mean shuffle.
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4 ***months ***ago
Roll73
QuoteHTD QuoteWoz QuoteBashlets It won’t even sound like the stones. I’m out LOL! Overreact much? No doubt this sucks but it will sound like the Stones. Probably not. Watch a Winos video. Jordan beats the hell out of the drums. Charlie has a smooth jazzman's touch. It will sound like Keith Moon sitting in, although Jordan can keep time. Duck Steve Jordan can absolutely play with
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4 ***months ***ago
Roll73
QuoteBig Al I only know of Jordan's drumming with Keith. How is his style going to fit the Stones'? I suppose he will be studying Charlie's live technique and and will attempt to replicate it. Truthfully, I don't particularly like what I've heard from him. Steve Jordan is a fantastic drummer who swings like crazy, No it won't be Charlie - and won't sound like
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4 ***months ***ago
Roll73
Aside from the obvious surprise of this announcement (never thought they'd go on stage without Charlie) - and hoping he recovers very soon, from a purely musical pov it will be very interesting to see how Steve Jordan fares. He's obviously a hell of a drummer with a serious groove and has the chops to do this gig - I just wander if he'll adapt his style at all to try and play more
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6 ***months ***ago
Roll73
Saw him not that long ago (10 years maybe) - reunited with WAR (or what was left of them) at the Royal Albert Hall. He was still a dynamite singer - just a tremendous voice and very charismatic performer, Always thought it would be great to see him guest with The Stones. Still not too late!
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7 ***months ***ago
Roll73
Quotenellcote'71 I recall a Stanley Booth interview where he said Keith used to listen to Lucille Bogan's Shave 'Em Dry when they were hanging out in 1969 or around then. Yes - it's in his 'True Adventures of the Rolling Stones' biog (one of the best imo)
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7 ***months ***ago
Roll73
Interesting he picked up on the 'you make a dead man come' line as an example of them pushing the sexual envelope etc. As we all know, that line was lifted from Lucille Bogan's 'Shave 'em dry' from 1935 - although that itself was a cover of an earlier version. I wander who originally came up with that line. They deserve a pat on the back whoever they are!
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10 ***months ***ago
Roll73
QuoteFillmore I turned 47 last november. First Stones concert june 1990 (Munich). 47 last August. First Stones concert - July 1990 (Wembley)
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***1 year ***ago
Roll73
Quoteglimmertwin1 this is overall an upgrade to the boot !!! With descend mastering (not perfect) / the boot has still a surprisingly good mix. Now I have them both I've got the Swinging Pig 3 CD box set - and I have to say the new release is a big disappointment in comparison (imho). That bootleg has been fine for me for the last 30 years - I'm sure it will do me for another
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***1 year ***ago
Roll73
QuoteTravelinMan Mick & I is an album by Japanese jazz/fusion/pop artist named Miyuki featuring Taylor. My dad has the album and I burned it from him. It's about 20 years old I think. Lots of really cool instrumentals and great guitar by Taylor. He receives writing credit on Amber Blue. Unfortunately, I don't know where you can buy it. Thanks for the info - and to you OpenG. I
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***1 year ***ago
Roll73
QuoteOpenG Mick Taylor & Miyuki Five Years Also Mick played with Japanese musician on Mick and I. Never heard this! Thanks for posting. Does anyone know anything about it? Did they do a whole album together? It doesn't appear to be on Spotify.
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***1 year ***ago
Roll73
One of the highlights of Live Aid (as far as performances go) was Mick pulling off Tina's skirt in IORR - a classic 'spontaneous' moment between two of the best front men/women ever. Although for some reason there's no trace of it on You Tube anymore. Anyone know why? EDIT: Actually just found it here https://www.facebook.com/watch/
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***1 year ***ago
Roll73
At my first Stones concert age 16 (Urban Jungle Wembley - July 1990) I arrived super early to secure a front of stage spot. Feeling a little tired after several hours of perching on the concrete steps - at some point during the early afternoon you could here sound checks going on (the usual snare drum being played over and over by a tech etc.) And suddenly the riff from How I Wish blasted out.
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***1 year ***ago
Roll73
Quotebitusa2012 QuoteRoll73 Quotetommycharles But what the hell was Keith playing in the intro? The ADTL intro is not hard... That's actually the closest I've heard him replicate the Exile version. Not that I've heard EVERY live version but of those I have heard he usually plays the riff from the end of the chorus as the intro (if that makes any sense!?) Wow, I must listen to
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***1 year ***ago
Roll73
Quotetommycharles But what the hell was Keith playing in the intro? The ADTL intro is not hard... That's actually the closest I've heard him replicate the Exile version. Not that I've heard EVERY live version but of those I have heard he usually plays the riff from the end of the chorus as the intro (if that makes any sense!?)
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***1 year ***ago
Roll73
Stating the obvious but given the film of them singing BVs presumably they all got together in the same room post-lockdown?
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***1 year ***ago
Roll73
QuoteErwinH It's not cheap, but this looks like a fun-gadget... Yes - I've heard good things about these. Very tempted to pick up a pair myself. And the fact that you can play along with streaming music from Spotify etc is also a big plus I think. As an aside - it's amazing to think that as the technology progresses it's quite conceivable that there will be a com
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***1 year ***ago
Roll73
That was heartening to see. God bless him.
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***1 year ***ago
Roll73
QuoteGasLightStreet 2002 Madison Square Garden. Yes!! In particular, this: From around 11:00 where all eyes from the core band are on Keith, is a joy to watch (for me anyway!). Sad to say that IMHO he's never played as good since that tour.
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***1 year ***ago
Roll73
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteMelBelli Highly improbable. It might be overtones/guitar harmonics he's hearing that leads him to believe it's a 12 string setup with the light e-strings. It is actually in Nashville Tuning (as was Wild Horses) - which is just replacing the standard E A D G strings with those an octave higher (so - yes, like a 12 string without the low EADG strings).
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***1 year ***ago
Roll73
Quotejbwelda a present day analysis of the lyrics to "Brown Sugar" ought to enliven the proceedings! jb I actually did my 10,000 word University dissertation on Brown Sugar!
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***1 year ***ago
Roll73
QuoteDandelionPowderman But they weren't too proud to beg, if Mick called Taylor? They were too proud to offer him songwriting credits though! - that might have swung it for MT?
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***1 year ***ago
Roll73
Quotestickyfingers101 any Stones tunes in the soundtrack? haha Yeh - Starfu--er!
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2 ***years ***ago
Roll73
Quotestanlove The word brilliant was really overused in this thread as expected. The only rock artist I consider a genius is Bob Dylan. Rock doesn't require genius. Agree with that - although I would also agree with Rocky Dijon that Brian Wilson was/ is a genius (even though he did produce some questionable stuff as well - as has Dylan of course!), but his talent for arranging, produc
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2 ***years ***ago
Roll73
A very memorable Hootenany performance - 2001. A very drunk Ronnie with Slash doing Little Queenie and a very naked Malcolm Hardee (British comedian) strolling about the studio. Don't take my word for it!...
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2 ***years ***ago
Roll73
Sorry if this link has already been posted. Some great, candid shots here... https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/event/articleJo-Wood PS - I'm NOT a regular Daily Mail reader (just for the record)
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2 ***years ***ago
Roll73
Slim chance I know - but should anyone happen to have a spare 1 or 2 tickets available I'd be happy to take them off your hands! adoli@hotmail.com Thanks IORR
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2 ***years ***ago
Roll73
Quoteash Quotejiggysawdust Nick Walusko was the most interesting person I've ever met and my closest friend for the last 25 years. I'm completely devastated by his passing. I'm very sorry to hear that Jiggy. I can only tell you that as a massive Brian Wilson for nearly 40 years of my life, seeing Brian play live, first in the USA circa 2001 and then 30 odd times in the UK was abs
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