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71Tele
I don't hate it.
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Three words: Chinatown foot massage.
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QuoteNaturalust You guys are probably right on about the LIB electric guitar sounds, but they sure nailed the acoustic sounds and percussion, imo. They were a huge part of the LIB experience for me. peace Yeah, the country blues stuff on BB and LIB sounds great.
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I think Dirty Work will be given a "deluxe" release by shrinking it down to an EP with three or four songs. Extras will include outtakes from Mick's Let's Work video shoot.
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Quoteobonpaxis Quote71Tele I love the murky mash of Exile. LIB is a bit clinical sounding to me, almost as if solid state amps were being used (although I know that wasn't the case). I think that actually WAS the case. Lots of solid state Voxes and Triumph amps all over Beggars and LIB. Brittle, bright, and unforgiving. From Muscle Shoals on, it's a mix of Fenders and Ampegs. Pret
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I do take exception to LIB sounding better. Cleaner, maybe, but other than on Gimme Shelter, these songs sounded much beter when they "dirtied" them up live, particularly Rambler and LWM on Ya Yas. Of course, I love the murky mash of Exile. LIB is a bit clinical sounding to me, almost as if solid state amps were being used (although I know that wasn't the case).
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotekleermaker QuoteTurner68 QuoteDandelionPowderman Kleerie is not very fond of horns. Had there been Mozart-esque woodwinds on LIB, perhaps he'd have approved the album, though ;-) There's a lack of good guitar work on LIB, showing Keith's limited guitar qualities (he could camouflage that partly by using overdubs, f.i. on the beginning of GS), wh
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6 ***years ***ago
71Tele
You obviously have a more interesting life than me.
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Kleermaker, even you must admit that Keith Richards' riffs and guitar style are the very backbone of the Stones' trademark sound, no?
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Quote71Tele QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteHearMeKnockin QuoteTeddyB1018 I don't like any of those guitarists named above very much and it was obvious to me how different the Stones were in '75 without Mick Tatlor. The only benefit was getting to hear Keith more. Woody contributed comsiderably to the studio sound they developed in the Some Girls era, but the band w
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QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteHearMeKnockin QuoteTeddyB1018 I don't like any of those guitarists named above very much and it was obvious to me how different the Stones were in '75 without Mick Tatlor. The only benefit was getting to hear Keith more. Woody contributed comsiderably to the studio sound they developed in the Some Girls era, but the band was inconsistent until '81, when
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QuoteNaturalust Quote71Tele I find the suggestions about Taylor playing his own shows rather sad. The Stones need him, and he needs them. Frankly, I have no interest anymore in either one without the other. Pretty sad statement actually. Taylor is still a tremendously exciting guitar player these days. Seeing him solo has always been a treat, as much so as seeing him for one song with the Stone
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QuoteTurner68 Quote71Tele I find the suggestions about Taylor playing his own shows rather sad. The Stones need him, and he needs them. Frankly, I have no interest anymore in either one without the other. i saw the stones in 2013 with taylor. i enjoyed the show a lot and it was amazing to see them play with taylor, something i never thought i'd see. however, the show was pretty tame. my
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Winter Coming Down Again Let It Loose Casino Boogie Time Waits For No One
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I find the suggestions about Taylor playing his own shows rather sad. The Stones need him, and he needs them. Frankly, I have no interest anymore in either one without the other.
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Keith is at his best on his ballads, IMO.
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Look what the cat dragged in: Another mediocre Vegas-era studio track.
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Exile overrated? Sure. Just like puppies, sunsets, and oral sex.
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The obvious reason Mick Taylor is not saying anything himself is that he doesn't want to jeopardize future opportunities with the Stones. As someone pointed out, this is not an even power relationship.
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QuoteDoomandGloom This is a bad president attacking people instead of the music itself. Taylor is great at only one thing, playing guitar. Ronnie is a genius socialite, rock star. I have little doubt if he were left to his own skill there would be better music but he understands the stage politics. Taylor does not, plays each note like it is his last, he has no reverence to this band, never has
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QuoteNaturalust The actual Taylor quotes that got me thinking were these: (probably a repeat from somewhere back in these 115 pages) He tells Mojo magazine, "I was actually in rehab, to be honest, for 35 days, and I kind of got shanghai'd (forced) out of there onto the stage." Asked if the course of treatment had been a "stipulation" from the band, Taylor replies, &
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By all means, good that he still plays.
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Quoteleatherjacket Ron has had his 40 years joining in last week. Taylor had about 5 years and everybody is talking taylor over and over again. he wouldN't fit in anymore, not basta. Why is that? It's because the output in the five years far surpasses that of the 40.
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71Tele
Keith was often a great soloist. Not only SFTD, but the Berry tunes on YaYas are very nice. He has long ago lost that fluidity though.
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Keith: "I'm pretty lousy, but together with Ronnie I'm better than ten". One of the many myths he has propagated through the years. Does he enjoy playing with Ronnie? Obviously. Is he better? I have seen no evidence of that in 40 years.
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71Tele
I know of what you speak.
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QuoteHearMeKnockin Did you get his autograph? No. One time he was complaining about sushi and the other he was at a lunch counter in NY complaining about something to this agent on his cell phone.
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That may be indeed true, DP, but not germane to the context of the quotes. Ronnie was specifically talking about playing Taylor's parts. Not sure what Keith was talking about exactly, but he did mention going into the studio after the tour. That quote could have been in any article from the last 20 years, Lol.
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Is he? I ran into him in restaurants - twice. Years apart and in different cities. Talk about random...
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6 ***years ***ago
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Was Kenny G not available?
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