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2000 LYFH
Quotejlowe Bill's mansion in the country. I'd trust him more than Keith to look after the inventory. Keith has a habit of falling off ladders etc. So: GEDDING HALL, Nr Bury St Edmonds, Suffolk, England. Bill probably has enough material anyway to set up his own Museum. Perfect!
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2000 LYFH
The guest house on bottom right. Is this where Frank stayed (didn't Brian walk over to tell him how sorry he was for yelling at him and invited him back to the main house)? I wonder when he moved out?
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2000 LYFH
RIP Tom - a True Rebel His daughter (Annakim Violette Petty) said: “@rollingstone my dad is not dead yet but your f***ing magazine is,” she wrote. “your slim has been pieces of tabloid dog s***. You put the worst artists on your covers do zero research. How dare you report that my father has died just to get press because your articles and photos are so dated.” "This is my father not a
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3 ***years ***ago
2000 LYFH
Here's another list - this time of the top 100 Beatle songs from "The Beatles Channel" on Sirius/XM radio (subscriber voting). Nice to see George have 3 in top 10. Also In My Life and Hey Bulldog seem like they should have been a little lower in the list. You Never Give Me Your Money is included twice! Where's Revolution #9? 1. A Day In The Life 2. In My Life 3.
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2000 LYFH
Quote24FPS I was in Amsterdam at the Van Gogh Museum. The ladies that worked up front were talking about it. Stunned, I returned to my hotel on the Marnixstaat, which was being clerked by some young Muslim guys. They non-chalantly told me who did it, and why. When I returned to my job in Los Angeles a week or so later there was a letter for me dated 6 Sept 2001. It was from Gary Haag, and his
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2000 LYFH
QuoteToru A Just out of curiosity, what's french bull's name? I know you love dogs. Do you take your dogs on vacation? Keith : Yeah, right now we've got two French bulldogs. My man Rasputin died just about a month ago – I picked him up in Russia and brought him back to become the czar of Connecticut – he went his natural way. Did you grow up with a dog? Keith : My m
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2000 LYFH
May find this interesting:
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Quotejlowe Quotepaulspendel The Brian Jones estate is handled by an Oxford accountant. Brian's parents died in 2009/2011. His sister Barbara receives around 15000 pounds a year from air play royalties. .....and £xxx per annum from ABKCO for his share of record royalties presumably? Any idea why his (Five ?) children did/do not receive all royalties instead of his parents and now sister B
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2000 LYFH
Here is a question to John Paul Jones of Zeppelin (I think this is what Jones/Wyman/Taylor were up against): On the band's last album, "In Through The Out Door," you received more songwriting credit than on any previous album. Why was that? JPJ: I was always involved with that stuff on all the albums, but I got more credits on that album because Page was less involved with
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2000 LYFH
QuoteDeltics QuoteSilver Dagger QuoteDeltics From 2014. Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis: ‘I’m sure Led Zeppelin will play one day’ "Eavis said he was convinced they would share a stage once more and that he had always wanted them to play at Worthy Farm." He's also been quoted as saying his favourite band from the 60s was Creedence Clearwater Revival. But two members are d
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2000 LYFH
First ever Beatles-backed radio channel to feature exclusive programming, spanning the songs, stories, influences and legacy of The Fab Four - The Beatles Channel launch to be celebrated with SiriusXM's free listening preview program, offering 24/7 listening on inactive satellite radios NEW YORK, May 2, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- SiriusXM is pleased to announce The Beatles Channel, launching
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2000 LYFH
Quotetatters Only something like 14 people were able to actually see the Beatles playing on the rooftop. How could that not be anyone's first choice? It was the most exclusive gig ever, giving everyone who saw it an "I was there" story that can never be topped. And for extra credit... can anyone name a few or all of the approx. 14 people?
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2000 LYFH
The question of who exactly invented rock and roll may never ever be conclusively decided. But few did more to shape and popularize the genre than Chuck Berry, who died Saturday in Missouri, the St. Charles County police confirmed. He was 90. Berry’s onstage showmanship, guitar-playing, song arrangements, and lyrics were hugely influential on artists such as Elvis Presley, the Beatles, the Rol
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2000 LYFH
RIP: Chuck Berry dead at 90! (October 18, 1926 - March 18, 2017)
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Quoteexilestones Quoteloog droog Right. But my point is, Pt. 2 isn't an extension or continuation of Pt. 1. It should have been called "Dance (Version 2)" Maybe the lyrics make it Part 2? idk, just a guess. Dance Part 1 (M. Jagger/K. Richards/R. Wood) Hey, what am I doing standing here on the corner of West 8th Street and 6th Avenue and... Ah, skip it. No
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QuoteHMS Dance Pt.1 & Dance Pt.2 are marvelous. Which one is better, I can´t find the answer. Btw, Everything Is Turning To Gold is another forgotten gem.
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QuoteRollingFreak I thought this last tour was their farewell one? I guess with the Who thats always meant absolutely nothing. 1982 was the farewell tour. Actually even years are the farewell tours and odd years are the comeback tours...
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2000 LYFH
Quotenickdominguez Might seem hard to believe but Tony Sanchez is my great granddad, so I can confirm he has passed away, im not entirely sure that record is correct though, Grandfather or Great Grandfather? Which is it? Mystery continues....
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3 ***years ***ago
2000 LYFH
Check out this guy on guitar. Hope I can play like him in 20 years (or play at all)!
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Nicky recorded with the great band Quicksilver Messenger Service and on the album "What about Me" wrote Spindrifter in 1970 : Check it out:
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QuoteHairball Quotewhitem8 Actually they are not from Magical Mystery Tour in UK. Which was two EPS. They were added to the US. They were singles prior to Sgt. Peppers. Originally, Sgt Peppers was planned to be an album about their childhood. But that changed with Macca's psychedelic idea of being a different band. That's the way I understood it - both Penny Lane and Strawberry Field
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Quoteloog droog QuoteRollingFreak And there's no US/UK difference here either. There was a slight difference, in that the "crazy backwards loop" that whitem8 mentioned wasn't on US vinyl copies back in the day. And what about the "15 Kilocycle tone" that lasted for a few seconds. This was put here to annoy your dog! Wonder if anyone ever saw their dog hear this,
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2000 LYFH
QuotePalace Revolution 2000 QuoteMathijs Keith had at least 4 DA's: the first one used on the 1969 tour had a grey prototype humbucker pickup, but he did use a single coil pickup for some 1969 shows as well. He added a second DA for the 1970 tour, which he used for open G tuning. Both guitars where used for the 1971 tour as well, although it is sketchy how he used them -it seems mostly for s
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2000 LYFH
QuoteMaindefender QuoteLadykiller I had the pleasure for seeing The Grateful Dead with the late Jerry Garcia in a good concert at the Omni in Atlanta in 1989. It was my longest concert until now, they played for more than 4 hours. I wish, The Rolling Stones would be so long on stage. Sorry, but 4 hours for a standard GD event in 1989? Didn't happen but I'm sure you had a good time.
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2000 LYFH
QuoteRobberBride Quote2000 LYFH That's Tommy Weber's son Jake and the picture (by Dominique Tarlé) is most likely from the summer of 1971. Keith rented it from April 1971 to March 1972, but I think by November 71, they had left and gone to LA to finish Exile. Don't know who was there from Nov 71 to the end of Keith's lease in March 72... Yes yes and yes Keith arrived on
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So is the Jimi Hendrix Experience a group or Jimi with 2 backing musicians? How about Santana or even the Dave Clarke 5?
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Quotekeefriffhard4life QuoteNICOS Because of the Stones relation and maybe the name "Grateful Dead" I bought Workingman's Dead and Wake of the Flood back in the early 70's great records.......but never bought any other records.............saw a lot live jamming on YouTube but for me they sound a bit the same....... What is considered as the best GD record ? workingmans d
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2000 LYFH
QuoteBungo Oh my GOD ! One Armstrong or two ..... Who gives a @#$%& ? There's no Solar Significance to any of this mindless minutia. Get a job. Get a Life. Make something that contributes to humanity. I swear, One more pointless thread like this and I'm gonna blow my @#$%& brains out. Your contribution to humanity
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