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QuoteDandelionPowderman Country Honk.. I thought so. So in a 2-album stretch slide by Richards, Jones (No Expectations), Cooder, and Taylor. Not bad.
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Interesting that in the Beggars Banquet/LIB era we had excellent slide from Brian Jones, Keith Richards, and Ry Cooder. What was Mick Taylor's first slide track with the Stones?
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5 ***years ***ago
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OK, I couldn't resist one more. To the "he was just a guitar player who happened to be there" crowd: No, he wasn't. He helped shape the music. During the GHS/IORR period he crafted and arranged (I will stay out of the "co-wrote" debate) much of the material with Jagger. I happen to think GHS is an overlooked minor masterpiece, IORR less so, but there is a mood of mel
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5 ***years ***ago
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OK, back to hibernation. Have one on me everybody!
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Quotestonesrule Yes! Good to be here...good to be anywhere.
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5 ***years ***ago
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QuoteWitness QuoteHMS Just listen to Black And Blue. Wayne Perkins & Harvey Mandel let you forget completely the absence of MT. He was just a guitar player who was lucky to be with the Stones at their artistic peak. His influence or significance is minimal, imo. Brian Jones was very important and unique for their sound and image, MT wasnt. If Harvey Mandel would have been with the Stones in 1
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QuoteOlly Quotemr_dja Not sure if that's the MOST Spinal Tap moment but this should be high up on the list. Peace, Mr DJA I've never seen that before, it's hilarious. "High quality chromium oxide". They must have snorted some of that before making this monstrosity. Horrible.
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5 ***years ***ago
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Quotebassaleman I had been looking forward to this HBO show for a long time but recent trailers looked suspiciously hokey. Last night's pilot confirms that with a older inappropriate cast members trying to look cool. Music/Rock n Roll is an animal that can't be captured on film not like this...at least on a fiction project. If you wanted to see the evolution of music/rock and roll, b
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5 ***years ***ago
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I think it's really, really good (so far) but in one scene in the pilot I thought I was watching "Goodfellas".
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6 ***years ***ago
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Back for a moment just to say how much I love this track. Like lots of great blues, it's deceptively repetitive. The complexity is not in the chord progression or riff, but in the rhythm and interplay of instruments. Charlie's drum pattern, for example: Pure genius. Mick Taylor given a writing credit(!), though apparently even he doesn't understand why he got one on this track, as
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6 ***years ***ago
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I was in the 4th row of the Phoenix show that was just released on DVD. Forgot entirely that they filmed it. Hope I make a "cameo"!
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6 ***years ***ago
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Quotelatebloomer Quote71Tele "The Universe is expanding...What is that your business!!" HAHaaaa! Thanks for that Tele, haven't seen that movie for a long time. I've actually had similar convos with two of my kids when it came to doing homework. "What's the point?"...none really, but you still have to do it. Love this place...where else can you get a
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6 ***years ***ago
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Been to both several times, steffialicia. Email me privately if you like.
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6 ***years ***ago
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OK. Mick was in Nashville for a few days. He hung out with Jack. There was bowling involved (!). But no definite word on Jack working with the Stones. If I hear anything more I will post.
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6 ***years ***ago
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I happen to have one of Jack's people in my office right now. I will ask him if he knows anything.
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6 ***years ***ago
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Nice interview, johnny. You must have been there right after me. I remember Paul being asked if he wanted to do an interview. It was amazing to see these guys play these songs again. After the very same Roundhouse gig, Tommy said to me "you just saw the last show.". It would be a shame if that were true.
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6 ***years ***ago
71Tele
Horrible.
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6 ***years ***ago
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1. Did you really overdub some of Mick Taylor's rhythm guitar parts on Ya Yas, or is Mathijs full of crap? 2. Why did you stop playing slide? 3. Do you have "the blade" on your person at this moment? Can you show it to me?
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6 ***years ***ago
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Quotetomk Quotewhitem8 We've been here before. George really didn't start playing slide until after he left The Beatles. Delaney Bramlett inspired him to take up slide, and as George has said in interviews he became bored with the guitar and immersed himself in the sitar. Then Delaney Bramlett inspired him to get back into guitar. For example This Boy doesn't have a slide on it
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6 ***years ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Irony, my friend Ah, I of all people, appreciate that.
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Come on, Ringo! Might be the other guy, DP.
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6 ***years ***ago
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Seems like this should have been on the Sticky reissue rather than (or in addition to) one of the alternate takes of released tracks.
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6 ***years ***ago
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Well, since my thread was woken up... Sadly, Let It Be has been started and stopped several times. Michael Lindsey-Hogg has given me several projected release dates, all of which have passed with nothing happening. I do know that the project was finished and was supposed to include a "making of" DVD to accompany the original film. Unfortunately it might never see the light of day. Al
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6 ***years ***ago
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There's a very weird (but good) documentary on the YouTube about Sherrill producing Elvis Costello's Almost Blue album in Nashville. Talk about a guy who just phoned it in...
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6 ***years ***ago
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No Tetsu, no Faces.
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6 ***years ***ago
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One of my favorite Wood-era tracks.
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I dig it. Tasty guitars. But what is that farty drum sound on the off-beat? Sounds like a deliberately put of tune snare.
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6 ***years ***ago
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I read the comments about not liking or missing Bill or Mick Taylor and I am quite astounded. Perhaps these folks should have a separate site for Vegas-era Stones only.
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