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10 ***months ***ago
winter
1. New studio album. Fully realized songs with actual intros or bridges, the occasional solo break, good arrangements. Not demo-y like most of their studio stuff since 2002's Don't Stop (LIND and a few others from ABB being the exceptions). Come on, Guys (and mostly Don); songcraft, production values, arranging...you can do this! 2. Live 1973 cd from Australia, LA benefit, Hawaii. Or
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10 ***months ***ago
winter
I didn't get on the internet until 2000. Before that, I just used my computer like an electronic notebook and to play cds and simple games. When I finally took the plunge and got a dial-up modem subscription, the first thing I looked up was "Rolling Stones fan site." I think it was on Ask Jeeves'(?) search engine since Google didn't exist yet. IORR was at the top of t
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10 ***months ***ago
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Confection Can You Sear the Tuna Lox with Tea (been working so hard to feed you...) Battered If You Really Want to Be My Chef Ham of Fate Who's Frying Your Pan? Ain't Too Proud to Bagel Can't You Hear Egg Noggin Beast With Bourbon Worried About Food Chomper Might as Well Get Juice Hot Stuff Eh, I'll see myself out now, lol.
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***1 year ***ago
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"If there's no Charlie, there's no Stones. I wouldn't want to go on if he's not there." - Keith Richards Except the band as a whole, and with the blessing of Charlie, had already agreed to do a mini-tour without Charlie and still using the name "Rolling Stones." (That said, covid may still necessitate cancelling the mini-tour anyways.) Keith, Ronnie a
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***1 year ***ago
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***1 year ***ago
winter
Hmm, I don't know how rare my "lesser seen" Stones' songs are and I can't find the live Stones' database site I used to refer to. Anybody got a link to a good one? I thought there was a link here on IORR, but I think that Time is on My Side just lists years a song was played and not how many times a song was played. Thanks!
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***1 year ***ago
winter
Sigh... Sigh.. Sigh. Thank you Charlie, and thanks to the IORR community (past and present) for 20 years of nerdy arguments, setlist quibbles, unearthed bootlegs, ephemera and everyone's infectious enthusiasm and passion for the Stones. Charlie kept the band down to earth even when they were in the stratosphere. It still hasn't quite sunk in. Love to you all while we proc
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***1 year ***ago
winter
Thanks for posting that, dmay. A good read indeed.
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***1 year ***ago
winter
A case could be made to include: "Love You Live" Genesis "Live '73" Be Bop Deluxe "Live in the Air Age" Pink Floyd "Live at Pompei" soundtrack I wish they'd just kept the list to rock/folk, because once you expand to country, pop artists, etc., there's just no way you can do much with 50 selections. Each style/genre/category probably
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***1 year ***ago
winter
Sanctuary, holy shit. And the guitar-fest of riffs and bends that is Dreams to Remember. And the feel and guitars on Desperate Man. And... lol, I'm swimming in this shit.
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***1 year ***ago
winter
Hey, thanks for posting. I really enjoyed skipping around the footage/songs in Nacho's Bowie video party for an hour or two on his birthday. What a great artist.
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***1 year ***ago
winter
My average age keeps changing, damnit, and it always keeps going incrementally up. So I guess if I'm going to be 60 in 2021, my average age is just under 30!
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***1 year ***ago
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The Steelers get their starting center and running back back today, but have alot of holes on D: LB's Bush, Dupree, Spillane (Bush's replacement), no Joe Haden. If the replacements can hold their own, the D line and Watt should pressure Buffalo. On the Offense, they need to get more creative playcalling and stop the dropped passes (13-14 in last 2 games!). I think this is going to be
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotewinter Slave Honorable mentions to: Coming Down Again -Around 3:55, there are 2 sax parts breezily playing back and forth to each other. It's only for about 20 seconds, but I've always enjoyed that section and thought it was cool they let Bobby have 2 overdubs. Rip This Joint CYHMK coda (obviously, lol!) Isn't it Jim Horn on the other sa
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***1 year ***ago
winter
Let It Loose is a great suggestion, PWE. As are some of Keef's ballads, Angie and the Eb in Brown Sugar. How about the bridge in the middle of E, A, B rocker Rocks Off? F#/A# to F# to C#m...or maybe something from GHS like Can You Hear the Music?
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet Quotecrholmstrom Dallas/SF has been flexed out of SNF in a few weeks for NYG/CLE. Get your affairs in order, this could be a sign of the apocalypse. You have to know Jerry Jones is not a happy camper. That sort of thing can get a coach fired. Of course in Dallas it's unlikely the GM gets the axe. Loving it! That is truly bizarre. Cleeeeveland? Incredible. Perhaps it&#
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***1 year ***ago
winter
Slave Honorable mentions to: Coming Down Again -Around 3:55, there are 2 sax parts breezily playing back and forth to each other. It's only for about 20 seconds, but I've always enjoyed that section and thought it was cool they let Bobby have 2 overdubs. Rip This Joint CYHMK coda (obviously, lol!)
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteKevinM Yes 4x ...from '71's The Yes Album through '79's Tormato...7 Great albums in a row. Very few bands could match that...Led Zep, Stones & Beatles, Rush probably, maybe The Who. HM to Drama in '80 w/o Jon. What years did you see them? What are your thougths on Tales From Topographic Oceans, Close To The Edge, Relayer & Tormato LP's? T
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***1 year ***ago
winter
It's been incredibly fun and awe-inspiring reading some of the shows you guys have been to all over the world through the decades. Here's most of mine: Rolling Stones (24), Keith (3), New Barbarians, Mick Taylor band (3) Some Stones' opening acts: Peter Tosh, Kansas, George Thoroughgood, Pretenders, Toots and the Maytals, Buddy Guy, Living Colour, Lenny Kravitz, Cranberries
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2 ***years ***ago
winter
Stones- Ya-Ya's (or the original Brussels' bootleg) Yes- Yessongs Neil Young + Crazy Horse- Live Rust The Band, etc.- The Last Waltz Be Bop Deluxe- Live in the Air Age (The solo on "Adventures in a Yorkshire Landscape" alone propels this into my top 5) Honorable Mention: Skynyrd's One for the Road, Genesis' Live '73, The Who's Live at Leeds.
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3 ***years ***ago
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Mike Greenblatt: "I had never heard a sitar live before. It was so psychedelic, so unbelievably different from anything I ever heard, I was blissfully demonstrative to the point of the guy next to me telling me to relax because he was just tuning up." Haha, what a great recollection.
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3 ***years ***ago
winter
118 songs over 24 shows (1978 - 2015). 1 Theater, 8 arena, the rest were stadiums. I couldn't compute "total songs seen" because for several of the stadium shows, I needed to skip the last number or two to catch my ride and/or beat the parking lot crowd.
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3 ***years ***ago
winter
Chronological-ish order: 1.Undercover 2.Had It With You 3.Continental Drift 4.Mixed Emotions 5.Terrifying 6.Wish I'd Never Met You 7.Love Is Strong 8.Anybody Seen My Baby 9.Might As Well Get Juiced 10.Out Of Control 11.Saint Of Me 12.Thief In The Night 13.Laugh, I Nearly Died 14.Rain Fall Down 15.Under The Radar Almost made the cut: One Hit, Slipping Away, Already Over Me
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4 ***years ***ago
winter
Quotekeefriff99 Quotewinter Quotekeefriff99 In all honesty, it's not really funny. I give Page a ton of credit for the care with which he's curated Zeppelin's music. It's such a towering legacy that it deserves the attention, he's paid to it, but it's obvious he feels completely trapped and overwhelmed by it. It's a shame...he's such a talented guy but
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4 ***years ***ago
winter
Quotesaltoftheearth Quotewinter Get Off My Cloud Around & Around Rocks Off That's How Strong My Love Is Tumbling' Dice Let It Loose Jigsaw Puzzle Monkey Man Out of Control Saint of Me Thief in the Night You Got the Silver 2000 Light Years Can You Hear the Music Dancing' With Mr. D (Mick Taylor 5-song mini-set) Heartbreaker (w/ MT) Winter (w/ MT) Can
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4 ***years ***ago
winter
Quotekeefriff99 In all honesty, it's not really funny. I give Page a ton of credit for the care with which he's curated Zeppelin's music. It's such a towering legacy that it deserves the attention, he's paid to it, but it's obvious he feels completely trapped and overwhelmed by it. It's a shame...he's such a talented guy but he can't seem to get u
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4 ***years ***ago
winter
QuoteKurt Personally, I would dig this: 1.HAPPY ... Keith opens the final show, haha. Lovely idea.
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4 ***years ***ago
winter
Get Off My Cloud Around & Around Rocks Off That's How Strong My Love Is Tumbling' Dice Let It Loose Jigsaw Puzzle Monkey Man Out of Control Saint of Me Thief in the Night You Got the Silver 2000 Light Years Can You Hear the Music Dancing' With Mr. D (Mick Taylor 5-song mini-set) Heartbreaker (w/ MT) Winter (w/ MT) Can't You Hear Me Knockin' (w/MT)
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4 ***years ***ago
winter
With his mentholated sandwich, he's a walking clothesline Sometimes I'm dancin' on air, and I get scared It's just that demon life that got me in its sway (For humor And I was so pleased to be informed of this that I ran 20 red lights in his honor
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4 ***years ***ago
winter
Yeah, that was a great little read.
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