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9 ***months ***ago
scottkeef
As my grandpappy used to say "I'd just as soon listen to a fat man fart!"
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9 ***months ***ago
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The absolute worst soul cover they did in the early days was "I've Been Loving You Too Long" that was passed of as recorded live on "Got Live.." downright embarrassing!!
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11 ***months ***ago
scottkeef
Yeah, I think Wandering Spirit is a damn fine disc all the way around...it's the only Jagger solo effort though that I could sit thru more than once.
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11 ***months ***ago
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I believe the longest hair in 63 probably belonged to some members of "The Pretty Things"...
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12 ***months ***ago
scottkeef
I kinda like Turd On The Run's "Pearls At Swine" 2cd release. It's trimmed down some but it flows well and sounds a bit brighter to me..
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***1 year ***ago
scottkeef
My memory could be off but I was pretty sure this SM release was Aud sourced (although a superb one) Wasn't it same source as the Crystal Cat release?
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***1 year ***ago
scottkeef
Ft Worth 1978 Will Rogers Auditorium..
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteKurt Almost impossible to imagine what he went through losing his brother the way he did... RIP I totally agree..if that doesn't make you a candidate for PTSD I don't know what does...
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***1 year ***ago
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***1 year ***ago
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I always felt that there was a lot of country influence in Keith's approach to harmony vocals. The "Buck Owens/Don Rich" style/sound in particular. Matter of fact, I guess Keith is Mick's "Don"! or perhaps the "George Jones/Donnie Young" sound...
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***1 year ***ago
scottkeef
a cool little ditty about Yo Yo Mama by my pal from4tilllate and mr. will..
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***1 year ***ago
scottkeef
Bottom line is if the stones get paid, it will be with someone else's money...that's trump's mo..he doesn't pay anyone with his money...
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***1 year ***ago
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as Keith said " I told them they have to get this guy outta here. Now America has to get him outta here..don't say I didn't warn ya!"...
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***1 year ***ago
scottkeef
The thing about it (regardless of which political side you fall) Trump is STILL using YCAGWYW at the conclusion of his "rallys" after the band has repeatedly asked that none of their songs be used.
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***1 year ***ago
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well, that leaves us two things we know....the trump administration has nothing to do with this since "no leaks" and Jared Kushner will never hear them either...
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***1 year ***ago
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I don't know...I mean I already floated the 1986 Club 100 video!!!
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***1 year ***ago
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Quotediverseharmonics would 100 club 1986 gig be of interest? Or if that doesn't work possibly a video of the same show? ;-)
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***1 year ***ago
scottkeef
If they could just refrain from playing "Miss You" again in life, it would be alright with me...then again it does provide a good time to go take a leak..
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***1 year ***ago
scottkeef
can anyone renew the WT or similar d/l service, possibly?
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***1 year ***ago
scottkeef
Quotewerther2003 For "Delights From The Freezer" see also "Any Port In A Storm Revisited" VGP 308: Bonus tracks on CD 2 are taken from "Delights From The Freezer" (Freezer’s choice #1): 06 Fanfare For The Common Man / Honky Tonk Women (Baton Rouge, June 1, 1975) 07 Dance Little Sister (Baton Rouge, June 1, 1975) 08 You Gotta Move (Cleveland, June 14, 1975)
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***1 year ***ago
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Yeah, the "Let It Rock" (which was also used on the maxi-single B side UK release of Brown Sugar along with Bitch) is the best LIR EVER(in my opinion) No version from the 78 tour can carry it's jockstrap...
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***1 year ***ago
scottkeef
I recommend Mickboy's "Presents TSMR" for an interesting twist on what it could have been with a different line-up. That was done back around what? 2000? Very enjoyable plus the bonus tracks are nice too, including MONO 45 mixes and a "We Love You" track with background vocals isolated ( kinda nice to hear John and Pauls vocals clearly!)
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***1 year ***ago
scottkeef
Well, you have a two guitar punch with those 1975 Faces shows, right? (at least the US ones?) Jesse Ed Davis played those shows I believe..
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***1 year ***ago
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one of Johnny's best covers of a Stones song (imo) is "Stray Cat Blues" from "Saints & Sinners" LP
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***1 year ***ago
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The Stones Ed Sullivan Shows were live performances until 1966 (Paint It Black etc) then live vocals over pre-recorded backing tracks..
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***1 year ***ago
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Morph's "Gimme All Your Money" Oakland is ex audience not sb, isn't it?
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***1 year ***ago
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I had always wondered how Johnny Winter ( a Beaumont homey) came up with his arrangement that included a Cajun sounding vocal refrain (but I thought, growing up in the same area that it wasn't surprising). Hearing the original Stones demo years later, it blew my mind that The Stones originally intended it to be like that!
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***1 year ***ago
scottkeef
I've always wanted to hear MB's remaster of Rod Stewarts "Every Picture Tells A Story"..
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***1 year ***ago
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Is this Down Home Girl a non-audience version? If so wish I woulda caught it before it expired as I've never found a boot that didn't use the audience recording!
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteHomerSimpson What about Time is on my Side? From Wikipedia "The Rolling Stones recorded two versions of the song in 1964. The first version (a looser arrangement featuring a briefer, organ-only intro), recorded in London in June 1964, was released in the US in 1964, as a single from their album 12 X 5. The second version (more tightly arranged and featuring guitar in the intro), re
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