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4 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
If you were going to make a compilation CD of country Rolling Stones songs, what would Be on it? It can consist of originals, covers, studio or live and unreleased songs. Sequence it however you like too.
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5 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
Anybody know what that guitar Mick is playing for Moonlight Mile?
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5 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
QuoteNikkei So now that it's over, I will come right out and say it: this Periscope thing is a ploy to keep people occupied so they won't create Youtube content. Ya know, you might be onto something there. We'll find out soon enough.
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5 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
Quotekeefgotsoul QuoteHopeYouGuessMyName QuoteIrix WHERE DID THIS 'SET LIST' COME FROM? What song is "Give Me Shelter?" Understand, I am very familiar with Gimme Shelter.... Maybe it was printed from a phone and auto correct decided to mess with it Looks like I was right Ha!
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5 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
QuoteHopeYouGuessMyName QuoteIrix WHERE DID THIS 'SET LIST' COME FROM? What song is "Give Me Shelter?" Understand, I am very familiar with Gimme Shelter.... Maybe it was printed from a phone and auto correct decided to mess with it
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5 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
QuoteThe Sicilian Quotekeefgotsoul QuoteThe Sicilian Quotekeefgotsoul QuoteThe Sicilian This is a very weak setlist for the hardcore fan. Only CYHMK and Moonlight Mile run the excitement meter, with a nod to Street Fighting Man. It's a stadium setlist. What do you expect? I'd be thrilled to see Moonlight Mile at a stadium show. I expect something more than the same show tour after t
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5 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
QuoteThe Sicilian Quotekeefgotsoul QuoteThe Sicilian This is a very weak setlist for the hardcore fan. Only CYHMK and Moonlight Mile run the excitement meter, with a nod to Street Fighting Man. It's a stadium setlist. What do you expect? I'd be thrilled to see Moonlight Mile at a stadium show. I expect something more than the same show tour after tour. It has become pandering. Har
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5 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
QuoteThe Sicilian This is a very weak setlist for the hardcore fan. Only CYHMK and Moonlight Mile run the excitement meter, with a nod to Street Fighting Man. It's a stadium setlist. What do you expect? I'd be thrilled to see Moonlight Mile at a stadium show.
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5 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
Here's a video of Elliott playing bass covering Paint it Black with the band Quasi. That's Janet from Sleater Kinney on drums.
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5 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
Quotemtaylor Quotekeefgotsoul A promo show where Sticky Fingers is played live in its entirety then the recording of the show made available on iTunes the following day? Will Mick do something similar to what U2 and Beyoncé did? Why think about U2 and B...shit... when he can sing .... Jagger is the best I wasn't referring to Mick's singing. I was referring to Mick's hab
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5 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
A promo show where Sticky Fingers is played live in its entirety then the recording of the show made available on iTunes the following day? Will Mick do something similar to what U2 and Beyoncé did?
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7 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
Sorry for the dumb question, but are Taylor and Wyman playing with them?
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8 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
This song is amazing. I had heard the instrumental out take for years, but it reaches a whole new level on the Exile remaster. It sounds like an instrumental Paint It Black,if PIB was recorded in an Opium Den.Bobby Keys comes in later on and it just sounds even more dream like. almost hypnotic.
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8 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
I'm gonna guess that Foo Fighters/Jagger perform Paint It Black. Seems like it could work.
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8 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
The first Stones LP written completely by Jagger/Richards. The Uk version had Mothers Little Helper, and the US version had Paint it Black. But I think every song on this record is pretty good and has stood the test of time. It has some pure gems like Lady Jane and Under My Thumb, but it also has some excellent songs that aren't mentioned often, such as High and Dry, Stupid Girl, Think, and
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8 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
QuoteCome On Seems like 'Happy' won with 21 - 3 or something... That's perfectly fine... Though I prefer BTMMR!
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8 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
Quotemikeeder Taylor will do a fine book. I trust what he says far more then Jagger or Richards. I agree completely. Mick Taylor has never stooped to the tabloid bullshit route even though he easily could have published a trashy book about his time in the Stones during their most decadent era for cash. He never did that. He seems like a down to earth guy, and I look forward to his book.
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8 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
Quoteseitan impossible to answer, both are great If you had to choose?
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8 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
Well,out of these two (arguably) definitive Keith songs, which do you like better?
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9 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
Quoteghostryder13 with all the alleged drug use i doubt keith would of allowed much filming Robert Frank would say otherwise.
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9 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
Recently someone told me that Bill Wyman has film footage of Nellcote from 1971. Anyone know if there is any truth to that?
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10 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
Quotek No Keith in this song at all. From Keno: I'm Going Down Recorded in mid and late 1969, written by Mick Taylor, he wasn't credited. Released on the album Metamorphosis in 1975. Vocals: Mick Jagger Guitars: Mick Taylor, Stephen Stills Drums: Charlie Watts Bass: Bill Plummer Bongos: Rocky Dijon Sax: Bobby Keys Quote I have never heard that Stephen Stills played guitar on
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10 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
QuoteSwayStones Was the guitar part written by Taylor ? I have no idea but the guitar intro sounds like a classic Keith riff to me.
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10 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
Quoteguitarbastard fantastic opening riff (with a amazing guitarsound) and great chorus. the endless jamming is a bit annoying and gives the tune this "unfinished" character (just like soul survivor). I agree with you about the guitar sound. When I play this song loud it seems like Keith's amp is in my house! I listened to this song 5 times tonight, the album version and the on
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10 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
The song I'm referring to is "Im Going Down". The last song on Metamorphosis and found on various other unnofficial releases. I think it has a great opening Keith riff and if you listen close to the bass playing it's really good too (is that Taylor playing bass or Wyman). It also has a decent horn section in it. Jagger's vocals aren't anything special but when the c
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10 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
Does anyone know exactly which Rolling Stone magazine had that huge Keith interview from 1971 done by Greenfield? I want to find it. Or, Is it printed online anywhere?
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11 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
Don't support the author or publisher by buying it. It's garbage
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11 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
QuoteRocky Dijon If Was brings out "Good Time Women," "Traveling Man," "Hillside Blues," acoustic "All Down the Line," "Exile on Main Street Blues," "I Don't Care," "Fragile" (aka "It's Funny" or "Fast Talking"), and something from the Dallas rehearsals like "32-20 Blues" or "When Yo
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11 ***years ***ago
keefgotsoul
QuoteMore Hot Rocks Did you notice also that the G (3rd) string becomes a round wound string at the bridge. Starts off as solid!!! You're right! Another strange thing about the photo.
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