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7 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
Now it´s 08:55 p.m., here - near Cologne. This morning I woke up in a bad mood. Worried about my job situation; worried about my girl friend; worried about my life. Then I switched the radio on. The first thing I heard: "BUT IT`S AAAAALL RIIIIGHT...... " The Stones saved my day. Priest
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7 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
START ME UP !! The Stones at their purest. Priest
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7 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
Great show, indeed! Back in 1997, TUMBLING DICE was a breathing, living song.... Priest
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7 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteVirgin Priest I never used the term "Vegas Era." From 1989 onwards I call it "The Never Ending Steel Wheels Tour". Priest That's just as narrow-minded Wonder if the fans at the club shows in 2002, at the arenas in 1999 or at the O2 in 2012 felt that they were at a SW show... Powderman, please don´t take my words too seriously!
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7 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
I never used the term "Vegas Era." From 1989 onwards I call it "The Never Ending Steel Wheels Tour". Priest
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7 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
June, 24th, 1998. Rheinstadion Düsseldorf, Germany. I was there. It was a a hell of a concert. My personal peak of the Vegas-Stones... Between two songs, Mick spat out anything right in front of Ronnie. Very strange... Priest
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7 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
PWF live in 1989: have a look at 1:52-2:05! We always knew, the Stones are a 2-keyboard-band!! ;-) Priest
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
What does make a song "great"? Top position in the charts? No!! These times are gone. Mick´s singing, the melody, classic guitar sound? No! A GREAT song creates a certain ATMOSPHERE, a VIBE, makes me feel like sitting in a cinema, creates images in my mind. My last great Stones son is LAUGH, I NEARLY DIED Priest
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
There are a few more pics with Charlie holding a guitar. For example the 1968-line-up. Mick, Keith Brian nd Bill standing; Charlie in front of them on a chair, a guitar on his knees. During the Steel-Wheels-Tour, on many occasions when the 5-piece-band entered the stage for the final bow, Charlie had a guitar in his hand. Why did he do so? Priest
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
Someone told me, it´s Brian who sings the solo line "Who was yesterdays papers?" in the middle of the song; call+response part. Priest
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
That performace is aside of time and space!! Priest
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
I don´t know how to place a video here, but of course you know (and love) the official live video from 1978. During Ronnie´s solo, around 3.05, Keith starts to play a short, repeated riff. This is one of the coolest things, he has ever done live on stage. Simple, but 100 % effective!! Priest
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
Being Mick´s father, I´d think: "Am I really his father? Very strange - I am bald, but my son is NOT..." ;-) Priest
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
Quotelatebloomer QuoteRockman ....most IORR posters are well over 29 ..... I thought you were 29 too when I first looked at the title thread, but I wasn't going to say it...great story Virgin Priest, thanks for sharing. No, I´m 49 - but I look like 29... ;-) Thanx to all of you! Priest
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
The perfect ending: Charlie with an Uncle Sam´s hat on a donkey riding into the sunset. Priest
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
What´s that? Poor Man´s Helter Skelter?? Priest
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
I never knew this "first version" - I´m really impressed! But look at 1.50: Mick starts reading the teleprompter. Las Vegas began in 1965! ;-) Priest
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
Ah, that was the first "Fans invited to the rehearsals!" Why did they wait until 2012 to do it again?? ;-) Priest
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
QuoteStonesTod QuoteVirgin Priest Mick will NEVER allow a new album with old, but just average songs! that's worse than releasing a new album with new, but well-below average songs? Did Mick ever do that? ;-) Priest
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
Maybe they have ENOUGH material, but what about the quality? WAY and WOAF are true classics. Without songs of that caliber a release of old material wouldn´t make sense. Mick will NEVER allow a new album with old, but just average songs! Priest
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
Because the whole song is INTENSE. The lyrics, the melody line, the guitar playing, the arrangement, everything is intense, right in your face. I think, the somg writing and the recording was a real FLOW. Priest
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
QuoteNasty Habits This has turned in to the best post ever! Maybe the theme of the next tour should be based around the 1792 era, that would just be amazing! just imagine some of their stage outfits. This tour will be the final highlight for Chuck! Disguised as The Pathfinder "Natty Bumppo" he can play his saloon piano as loud as possible! ;-) Priest
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
In 1792 they didn´t have a B-stage. But they played a mini set on a boat, crossing the Delaware river. The crowd on the river bank went nuts! Priest
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
QuoteEdith Grove Jerry Adler. Writer and creator of 'Newsverse' on Newsweek.com A History of the World in Rolling Stones Concerts Posted: 12/20/2012 Eleven years after the benefit concert in response to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks was held at Madison Square Garden, many of the same top musicians came together to raise money for those suffering from Superstorm Sandy, including
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
Quote24FPS I think I could handle it now. I realize that they're never going to vary the setlist much and that I've heard the warhorses more than enough times. They won't dig deep into their past, so, what's the point? I have finally gotten to to where I don't want to hear Sympathy For The Devil live again. But even if they didn't play it, they wouldn't put in s
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
One of the most fascinating gigs ever. Now we know them for 50 years, but this is the baby-version of our band: they are popular for maybe 18 months. And the “baby-version“ is capable to pull off a show like this!! They don´t know anything about their future... In 1964 there are no monster hit singles (Satisfaction, GOOMC etc) drug busts “Big Four“ Altamont Open G he
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
Ringo will share Mick´s mic for I Wanna Be Your Man. And he will do the dancing and prancing at the same time!
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
Waiting On A Nurse
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
The Stones wearing theirs suits on stage... what a lovely idea... For I Wanna Be Your Man they could welcome two special guests: Paul and Ringo (wearing suits!). Ringo could do the lead vokal, sharing the mic with Mick. Paul could handle the bass and do the call/response backing vokal. Man, that would be the final symbiosis of The Fab Two and the Stones. On Dec. 1st, Cologne, Paul wor
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8 ***years ***ago
Virgin Priest
I think it´s almost impossible to rate these new songs without the context of an album. G&D and OMS are no Mid-60s-Monster-Singles and they are not part of a song sequence on a regular CD. In fact, to my ears they come out of nowhere. I bet, OMS would have done fine as an album closer – better than It Must Be Hell. Priest
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