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QuoteHis Majesty Quoterootsman What makes you guess/assume that? The content of the review. Well, he miscredits the harmonica on Going Home to Mick, so I assume it´s possible he guessed/assumed it all.
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QuoteHis Majesty Quoterootsman Brian on fuzz guitar, according to the NME review, April 8, 1966. That appears to be a guess/assumption by the reviewer though. What makes you guess/assume that?
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QuoteLieB Wow! Both His Majesty and DandelionPowderman are back!
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Does Keith use the same fuzz pedal as on Satisfaction? It sounds like it, imo. Brian on fuzz guitar, according to the NME review, April 8, 1966.
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QuoteMrEcho Yes, they let the 1963 and 1964 stuff fall out of copyright Not totally, as they included the 1963 IBC demos and the 1964 Live at Camden Theatre tracks in the super deluxe GRRR.
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Jimi Hendrix...? What´s with those tracks being on there?
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QuoteThrylan I'm not a Taylorite, but the band with Brian in any condition would not blaze like they did with Taylor. Ronnie is a mix of the two. Different era, different band - but pretty blazing to me:><
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QuoteStoneage I'm afraid I don't. Have you asked "Brandis" (Ove Tingvall)? The second version sounds more plausible to me though. Klas Östergren is, after all, a writer... Thanks! I totally forgot to check Tingvall´s book Rolling Stones i Sverige... In it he writes that after the concert Mick T, Bill and Charlie went to Gyllene Cirkeln, where they jammed with some local
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Quote from an old thread: I don't know if it's been mentioned here on IORR before, but after the 1970 Stockholm concert, the Stones (apparently frustrated by the near-riot at the concert) went to the jazz club Gyllene Cirkeln for a jam session. Among other things they played a 20 minute version of Love In Vain. The author Klas Östergren was there that night, and has given an animated a
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7 ***years ***ago
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Take out the last track on each side, add We Love You/Dandelion, and you´ll get a great album! We Love You Sing This All Together Citadel In Another Land 2000 Man Dandelion She´s A Rainbow The Lantern Gomper 2000 Light Years From Home
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QuoteIrix The original spanish release from 1971 can be found on as well as . Is the 0:30 mins B3-track in the 2nd link a short instrumental version of 'Sister Morphine'? That´s just 30 seconds of silence.
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Quotewith sssoul The "extended version" (really a rough work-in-progress version) on the Sticky Fingers re-release bonus disk makes it clear for all doubters that it's not "you got to mix it child" - it's you got to mix it Charlie and always has been. It also eliminates any doubt anyone might have had about whether the bootleg known as Highway Child is a way-e
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Quotetomcasagranda I have, via CDJapan. Just wondering if anyone else has ?? Yes, waiting (im)patiently...
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7 ***years ***ago
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Godzi and Panama Powder Room are most likely instrumentals. Check:
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Thanks, I don´t remember seeing this.
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QuotejosepiQuestion... I seem to recall that the album version of Under Assistant is a bit different than the single version on the US Satisfaction B-side. Am I remembering this correctly? If so, was it a completely different version or just a different mix? Thanks in advance to anyone who can supply the answer. You´ll find it here:
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteRedhotcarpet QuoteAquamarine Bought the UK version on the day it was released, King Bee and Mona were my favorites from the start--I still can't believe they dropped Mona for the US release. Insanity, I tell you. Insanity yes but also a serious offense to the mind if you ask me. Mona, a real Diddley song, performed by five guys who doesn't sound like five guys but some ancient
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Mona is one of my favourite Stones tracks from all times - that rhythm is irresistable and Brian rules! ><
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Keith - Main Offender (1992) Ron - I Got My Own Album... (1974) Mick - self-titled (1979)
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Quoteash I think there are around 80 ish (?) concerts/radio show appearances in circulation. Absolutely anything from mid 69 to may 1970 is guaranteed brilliant. I am a big Peter Green fan - he was the best with the possible exception of Jimi. He was also a truly fine singer and songwriter. When the band started dropping the blues mimic stuff and began stretching out (sidelining 3rd guitarist Je
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Quoteash Wonder if West Coast Assistant will be the "break my ass" version. Nice as it looks, wouldn't it have been cool if they could have put out the unreleased first version of Satisfaction too assuming the tapes still exist ?
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QuoteFrom4tilLate On the long version is that Brian playing the lead break? Maybe...:
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Quotewith sssoul Ethan Russell says (quite insistently) that the shoot took place in the winter of 1968. May 1969 seems more likely to me but perhaps there were two shoots. Maybe it was a cold May-day...
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Yes, thanks for posting this, paulspendel! The date was May 21, 1969. This is what Bill wrote in Stone Alone about it: ...we attracted people with original ideas, such as the photographer Ethan Russell. For the cover of Through The Past Darkly technicians had been at St Katherine´s Dock, next to Tower Bridge, from 8.30 a.m. on 21 May, setting up a hydraulic platform. We lay on the gr
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Quotejazzbass Outstanding story, thanks. Does anyone have a link to the pic handy? See this thread (scroll down for photos from that occasion):
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteO2 hi... I'm looking for Wild Horses and Brown Sugar Hot Rocks Shelley versions on cd. I found Black Box Millennium edition, but these tracks are not from Shelley LP Thanks See my post here:
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Tracks that shouldn´t be forgotten or missing from this period: Doom and gloom Biggest mistake This place is empty Laugh I nearly died Gunface Out of control Might as well get juiced Moon is up Mean disposition Jump on top of me Highwire Mixed emotions Continental drift Hold back Feel on baby
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Thanks, Videojames! In great James Karnbach 1997 book The Complete Recording Guide to the Rolling Stones (aka It´s Only Rock´n´Roll The Ultimate Recording Guide...) there is, in addition to Sure I Do, another 1963 track - I Want You To Know - that also may have been written by Brian. Do you have any more info on that?
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rootsman
So, is this finally getting an affordable physical release...?!><
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QuoteNaturalust Probably been discussed here before but I recall some quotes from Andy Johns claiming he was mostly responsible for MT leaving the Stones. I guess they were pretty close starting in the Exile in France and by the GHS time Andy was always hearing Taylor complaining and wanting to leave. He apparently not only convinced Jack Bruce that Taylor was right for his new band but also spec
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