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Back from the beach - Who's in the car? Rockman posted this in another thread
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Quotetimbernardis I remember reading about this probably 45 plus years ago in some kind of fan book on the band or magazine article and it always stuck in my mind. Would also like to know more about it too. Thanks for the pic Cristiano, where'd u get it? plexi It's also in the book "The First Twenty Years" by David Dalton on page 130.
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He looks fine to me!
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Quotehopkins Quote2000 LYFH I saw Zeppelin in Feb 1975 at MSG and did not throw up well for sure and certain, imo from direct exposure; they were very much a less tight and together act in '75 then their debut tours in the sixties promoting that first LP, and then for some three or four years holding that amazing power pretty consistently. this guy speaks a lot of truth in his rant, b
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2 ***years ***ago
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Quotedaspyknows I used to see these guys in 1979 at a local bar they played at. They played every week, I worked in the shopping center where the club was. Was $1 cover charge, $5 to the bartender for a bottomless Long Island Ice Tea. (Oh yeah we were all underage). They were run, but they were just a club band. Same here. But I think it was around 75/76 I first saw them in a local bar. It
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Quote2000 LYFH I saw Zeppelin in Feb 1975 at MSG and did not throw up And you paid for the ticket, I presume HaHa yeah probably around $7 or $8. Broke the bank to see them. I actually always liked when Page would play a little bit on the rough side, not trying to sound exactly like the records...
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I saw Zeppelin in Feb 1975 at MSG and did not throw up
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Always loved the "Weird Scenes Inside The Gold Mine" Compilation Side 1: Break On Through Strange Days Shaman's Blues Love Street Peace Frog / Blue Sunday The Wasp (Texas Radio & The Big Beat) End Of The Night Side 2: Love Her Madly Spanish Caravan Ship Of Fools The Spy The End Side 3: Take It As It Comes Running Blue L.A. Woman Five To One Who Scared
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2 ***years ***ago
2000 LYFH
Was Hunter a Innocent bystander? Apparently he had a short fuse, was armed and dangerous! Wonder what was going on in the hour or so before his death? Was he being disruptive to those around him? Was he previously known by the Angels? Why did he separate from Patti as the Stones were playing - pictures of him moving toward the stage. Was he on the stage and told to get off and then pushed off?
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2 ***years ***ago
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QuoteDEmerson Nicely said TimmyJ3. And some other interesting comments. I'm sure all of us, of a certain age, as we see our heroes fall (for me, Bowie was, and remains Devastating), we get a sense of 'it's not dark yet, but it's getting there' as Dylan once sang. As good health becomes more important, and likely more time consuming, and realizing we're closer to the
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2 ***years ***ago
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QuoteDeltics This poster is a modern fake. What do you mean? They were not suppose to bring their own weed!
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99th floor of my block.... And guess what I'm doing?
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Well let's hear from Ralph... Ralph "Sonny" Barger, chief of the Bay Area Angels, he who had sat with Ken Kesey and Allen Ginsberg in the front row of the Bob Dylan concert in Berkeley, he who had danced to the rock bands at a hundred dances in the Avalon, the Fillmore and California Hall, went on KSAN, San Francisco's underground FM station, the night after the Altamo
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2 ***years ***ago
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Jim Harrington of the Oakland Tribune: The Altamont story begins in London, where Scully had gone in mid-1969 to scout locations for a free concert featuring the Dead and Airplane. He ended up talking to the Stones, who were about to roll out on a North American tour, and were interested in doing their own free concert on the West Coast. "They were taking some flak for their high tic
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QuoteRollingFreak QuoteFrogSugar QuoteRollingFreak QuoteFrogSugar Where did you hear that? I'd love to go but I doubt they're up for a Euro jaunt at their age, and I can't imaging more than 2000 fans showing up at any of the gigs. They've already got a huge tour lined up in the US (dates listed on ) Really? I thought they were very successful in Europe? I'm surprised t
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2000 LYFH
His Majesty - Nice sound, love it. King Crimson also sounded real nice. What model Mellotron do you have? Rock & Roll HOF Brian 1967
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Quotestanlove QuoteElmo Lewis When she showed up, Mick and Keith quit spending time together on holiday, writing, etc. Is Bianca to blame? Altamont? Keith's drug use? I saw Jagger say in an interview that after Exile and 1972 the Stones kind of lost a little hunger and didn't care about spending time together writing songs anymore. He said they had a feeling that the made it
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2000 LYFH
Actually like her vocals on Bungalow Bill and Birthday off The White Album. Also on Every Man Has a Woman Who Loves Him off Double Fantasy. But those B-sides off John's early 45's...
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Keith backstage in 1976 at Earl's Court (photo by Michael Putland)
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RIP Oh Happy Day was the inspiration for George Harrison's My Sweet Lord
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QuoteBliss I wonder how many fires were caused by Keith and/or Anita. I believe these pictures are all from the July 1973 Redlands fire. And there also was a 1982 Redlands fire. How did they start?
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Quoteouroux58 QuoteHairball Found this article from the L.A. Times: Laurel Canyon home burned to the ground during Rolling Stones' Keith Richards stay And this pic of Keith casually reading while the fire begins to spread. And this pic of Keith immediately after he battled the blaze and the the fire was extinguished: If I'm right, this picture shows Keith in South S
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Remember Ā«~originalĀ» OK fixed it - strange thing is, it works yesterday without ~original (checked a few times) and then today it's not working!
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QuoteBellajane Good Riddance!! He was a brutal monster. Two down...three more to go. What I really don't understand about this case is when the Manson Murderers' death sentence was commuted to life, why the little clause "without the possibility of parole" wasn't factored in? Unfortunately this did not happen and the families of the victims (especially Sharon Tate
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2 ***years ***ago
2000 LYFH
Charlie's dead tonight, ain't he?
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