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CousinC
QuoteNeddieFlanders QuoteCousinC The mag was called Pop.Laterne Pop/Rocky. They had some nice Stones pics. It was just Pop in 1973. Pop/Rocky was years later. Never heard about Laterne. N That was a mobile mistake. I wrote Pop. Later Pop/Rocky.
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5 ***days ***ago
CousinC
Quotenoughties Eeeh, save for Monkey Man, these are minor songs, punk music of sorts.I`ve just heard through the She`s so Cold video. -Very simple song structure... All three songs are from just those years... Yeah, you're right. Monkey man is the best of those by s Moonlight Mile .
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5 ***days ***ago
CousinC
The mag was called Pop.Laterne Pop/Rocky. They had some nice Stones pics.
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8 ***days ***ago
CousinC
QuoteWitness QuoteCousinC Album is a keeper - or even a latebloomer. I listen to it quite often now. Some good stuff. Only song I always skip is Indian Girls. Obviously your privilege to choose to skip " Indian Girl". But then you lose that song's ingredience of Latin American flavour, feeling and subjectmatter for EMOTIONAL RESCUE that have this special link to the tit
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8 ***days ***ago
CousinC
Album is a keeper - or even a latebloomer. I listen to it quite often now. Some good stuff. Only song I always skip is Indian Girls.
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8 ***days ***ago
CousinC
Whats the point of it now? Apart from money. Unfortunately much too late. Ronnie was best in Faces but live he was always Ronnie. I remember them on a festival in Germany ca.72/73 (with C. Berry,Sly & family stone,etc.). Keith Moon came on stage with them but didn't really play. I loved the gig but couldn't believe some of the bum notes Wood played. But it was fun and it se
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8 ***days ***ago
CousinC
Basement News style lol. I have a few collection books already and more or less stopped buying Stones books (got ca.130), but considering this one. Good luck, Matt.
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8 ***days ***ago
CousinC
Whatever(lol),- one of the best live versions for shure.
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11 ***days ***ago
CousinC
Fool please. And I'm with @ rlj1010
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21 ***days ***ago
CousinC
Musically great gig.I'd love to hear it. Why only part of recordings? Was this tape stolen? Owsley/ Bear was the G. Deads sound man. But they didn't play. How came he recorded the Stones?
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22 ***days ***ago
CousinC
If I go and look at my old boots there are many great gigs from the 2002/03 Licks tour. And that tour had some setlists we can only dream of these days.
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23 ***days ***ago
CousinC
I remember him from the 90's. Basement News/ Undercover times. On tour he invited some fans to his place. RIP John
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24 ***days ***ago
CousinC
Yeah, thanx!
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4 ***weeks ***ago
CousinC
Wasn't Amsterdamned Kleermaker. At least he changed his name. If you go to old threads you'll see lots of former poster.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
CousinC
Still Corona times. They can't do that before tour start. I'm shure Kraft understood.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
CousinC
QuoteTaylor1 Stupid comments about how Jordan speeds up the band and Street Fighting Man has new energy.Mick and Keithsaid really poignant things about Charlie. I don’t know why Wood has to say he brings new energy to songs Because it's true?
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5 ***weeks ***ago
CousinC
Kenny Jones would be much better in the Stones than in the Who. But Steve is a good one and the Stones these days look for good friends,not so much for the perfect drummer.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
CousinC
Very nice, Jos.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
CousinC
The one posted by Irix from San Diego is really nice.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
CousinC
Thanx @ Z. Great drummer.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
CousinC
I asked this in another thread but seems I rather ask our Dylan people. Please,who was drumming on Bob''s Brown Sugar live versions? Kemper?Receli?
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7 ***weeks ***ago
CousinC
Who was drumming on Dylan's Brown Sugar versions? Kemper or Receli? I liked the drumming. Just listend to an old boot.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
CousinC
Really great picture. @ MisterDDDD Never seen.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
CousinC
QuoteKRiffhard QuoteCousinC Btw. Kenny would have been a better match to the Stones sound than Steve. But nobody's asking me. . lol ...thankfully! Ha, I knew that answer would come. But why? I find a new drummer/ Steve musically quite interesting. But both Daryl and Steve not the best choice for the Stones. (If this has to be done). Technically lots of musicians could do
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7 ***weeks ***ago
CousinC
Btw. Kenny would have been a better match to the Stones sound than Steve. But nobody's asking me. . lol
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7 ***weeks ***ago
CousinC
Quotemicha063 Oh, no. I love the Faces. I realy like Rod Stewart. But its far too late. Please don't destroy your great work! That's what I thought as well.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
CousinC
I understand all those emotions for Charlie. He's been a part of my life since the 60's and I started the drums because of him and YaYa's. But to be honest he often didn't really convince me in later years. Some great Stones drumming was by other people like Kenny Jones and most fans wouldn't know. I'm going to a Stones show to hear the music primarly, not t
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7 ***weeks ***ago
CousinC
"If Brian,Bill, Charlie and me had never been on this planet, Mick and Keith would still have a band that sound exactly like the Rolling Stones". Stu
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7 ***weeks ***ago
CousinC
Lol There you go. Neighbours is among the few Stones songs I just can't stand. Mainly because of the mix and the drum sound. An earlier version I liked better.
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