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9 ***years ***ago
Single Malt
QuoteWeLoveToPlayTheBlues QuoteSingle Malt Stones have recorded many bad tunes but there's one that gets my vote for being the most horrible Stones song ever: Back to Zero. Gimme Back To Zero anyday over Streets Of Love. Well, Streets of Love ain't far behind in my list
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9 ***years ***ago
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Stones have recorded many bad tunes but there's one that gets my vote for being the most horrible Stones song ever: Back to Zero.
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9 ***years ***ago
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Excellent album and I've always loved it. Hot Stuff, Hand of Fate, Hey Negrita, Melody and Crazy Mama are all brilliant. Cherry oh Baby is hilarious piece and Memory Motel a good ballad. The only real no-no is Fool to Cry but there's usually one no-no in every album. Maybe some day they'll release that 11-minute bootleg version of Hey Negrita. Fantastic version.
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9 ***years ***ago
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I remember seeing this film in the early eighties and thought it was very good. Haven't seen it in years so it would be great to watch it again.
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9 ***years ***ago
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Quotefrankotero I'm American and I prefer soccer, uh-oh hope I didn't start a war. But I must defend our beers. Recently our brewing culture has taken a dramatic turn for the better. I'm very proud of that. Yep, America's got lots of great microbreweries.
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9 ***years ***ago
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Fantastic news! Well done YLE Teema!
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9 ***years ***ago
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Okay, I'm game. 1. Jumpin' Jack Flash 2. We Love You 3. 2000 Light Years From Home 4. Gimme Shelter 5. Sympathy For The Devil 6. Stray Cat Blues 7. Street Fighting Man 8. Complicated 9. Live With Me 10.Monkey Man Lots of great songs again left offshore but here's my ten that came to my mind instantly.
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Lots of great songs during that period but these are the ones that came to my mind instantly: 1. Under My Thumb 2. Little Red Rooster 3. Get Off Of My Cloud 4. Who's Driving Your Plane? 5. It's All Over Now 6. Mercy Mercy 7. Satisfaction 8. Empty Heart 9. I'm A King Bee 10.Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
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9 ***years ***ago
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One of the best songs Stones have written since Under Cover LP.
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9 ***years ***ago
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"has been accused of assaulting a person at a Mickey Hart Band show" Well, Keef assaulted a person at a show in 1981 with his Telecaster so what's the news? Seriously, this news flash doesn't tell anything so I'll wait for more info before making any judgements...
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9 ***years ***ago
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I am. Especially the versions on The Doors Are Open film are absolutely fantastic. It would be great to have those Roundhouse gigs as soundboards...
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9 ***years ***ago
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Good analysis, Doxa. To me Under Cover is the last good album and the rest just weak efforts (with some very good songs, I admit, like Back of My Hand). But since Dirty Work they sound like The Rolling Stones trying to imitate The Rolling Stones, if you know what I mean. Keith trying to be the Keith everybody expects him to be and so on. And the songs are perhaps too obvious. When compared to
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9 ***years ***ago
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I like 'em both.
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9 ***years ***ago
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Many great songs to end an LP (like Shattered, Moonlight Mile, Fingerprint File, Soul Survivor etc.) but somehow Crazy Mama is excellent to end the marvelous Black and Blue album. It sort of gives a hint of what to expect in the following album. After fantastic funky Hey Negrita, jazzy Melody and ballad Fool to Cry it kicks right back into rock and roll. Great album, great song.
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9 ***years ***ago
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Hyde Park sounds a bit wobbly but especially Midnight Rambler is one of the best versions there is.
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9 ***years ***ago
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Great song. Always loved it since I first heard it in the seventies. Piano is great and the chains and door slamming.
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9 ***years ***ago
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Well, well, well. If the new tour is similar to the ones we've seen 5-10 years ago then new album, please. If the new album is similar to the ones we've heard 10 years ago then new tour, please. It depends so much on what kind of tour/LP there is looming behind a corner.
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9 ***years ***ago
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Quoteletitloose Powerage is their finest moment. Agreed! Especially UK version which IMO has better versions and song list than US/AUS version. Fantastic album.
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9 ***years ***ago
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Happy birthday, Jerry. It was a sad day when he died. Great guitarist.
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9 ***years ***ago
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Vote for Keith.
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9 ***years ***ago
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Here are some other albums than The Stones ones that came to my mind instantly... THE BEATLES: -Revolver / Sgt. Pepper / White Album / Abbey Road (+ Let It Be) To me MMT is an EP and Yellow Submarine just a foolish soundtrack compilation NEIL YOUNG: -Time Fades Away / On The Beach / Tonight's The Night / Zuma -Freedom / Ragged Glory / Harvest Moon / Sleeps With Angels (+ Mirrorba
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9 ***years ***ago
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1969 and US Tour. If it's only a 24h visit I'd surely go to 28th November to see both MSG gigs. But few witty answers here like 1961 platform at Dartford station or 1985 trying to stop Dirty Work
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9 ***years ***ago
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Thanks Chris!
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9 ***years ***ago
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I don't remember they've played this live. That's absolutely fantastic song but I have my doubts about how it would work when played live. I think they just cannot produce that eerie atmosphere on stage.
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9 ***years ***ago
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Gomper is infact interesting song. To me the worst is definitely Back to Zero. That's just horrible.
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9 ***years ***ago
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Quotebuttons67 not the same old songs, but fresh setlists, that change dramatically from gig to gig not just by the odd number or 2. Agreed. They should have the same kind of attitude like Grateful Dead had with a different setlist every night. That would be something.
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9 ***years ***ago
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Tough question and very hard to just pick three albums. I'd recommend one from each eras (Jones/Taylor/Wood): "Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out" which is a brilliant live album. "Beggars Banquet". Very basic raw rock and great album from Brian era. "Sticky Fingers". Great riffs and solos. And when you're looking at other direction I would slip in "So
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9 ***years ***ago
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R.I.P.
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9 ***years ***ago
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QuoteMathijs Quotesteffiestones Is the ESSEN and The MILAN FOOTAGE not from the same source ?? I believe all is from Milan, except the B&W footage which is from Essen, and the rehearsal footage is from Finland. Mathijs I think the rehearsal clip is from Sweden. Helsinki gig was at Olympic stadium, not indoors.
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9 ***years ***ago
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In that Essen film Charlie's wearing AC Milan jersey so it must be from Italy then, right?
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