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straycatblues73
QuoteMathijs Quotekleermaker I simply love GHS. It defines the summer of 1973 for me. And after that the autumn in which I saw them play in Rotterdam, October 13. Good lord, what a sensation that was! Even though I prefer the Stones live, GHS is one of my favourite studio albums, in the same league with Buttons, Fingers, Exile and Aftermath. Silver Train on a sunny summer day, man, it's a
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteHis Majesty Quote71Tele This song, in particular, was a showcase for Mick Taylor. fixed !
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteDandelionPowderman No probs, Dyri. We had a fantastic trip This thread needs some more Open G, perhaps? open g and a standard tuning solo. what ? no complaining about widdle widdle here ?
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
Quotenomis The is my goofy band. I wouldn't be doing this if it wasn't for Keith and Mick and Brian and the rest of em. i love outdoor gigs like this . see, the three guitar attack works just fine !
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteDoxa QuoteDandelionPowderman The song is so good that it doesn't need a guitar solo. The spot is taken by Bobby already. And what a great solo it is. It perfectly suits to the hot, sexy atmosphere of the song. A top class artistic choice - showing how damn inspired they were at the time - to put that there. A perfect example that the band was song-oriented, not guitar oriented unit at
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotestraycatblues73 here is me trying my best keith /chuck licks . the solo is unashamedly lifted from bye bye johnny 1972 unproffesionally filmed on an i phone Elgin town hall , hogmanay 2012 Great stuff, straycatblues73! Is that Elgin, Illinois? I played Mad Maggies there a few years ago. Nice place. ha ha ha! no , sorry dandy , Elgin- Scotland !
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
Quotekleermaker Quotepmk251 Over the span of three weeks, the evolution of a song and a band right before your eyes and ears: (Too bad Taylor's I'm Free solo is cut on the MSG clip) Taylor's meandering solos on I'm Free during the 'Oakland-period' are much more interesting to me than his 'MSG-solos' on that song. I love the "slowly roc
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
here is me trying my best keith /chuck licks . the solo is unashamedly lifted from bye bye johnny 1972 unproffesionally filmed on an i phone Elgin town hall , hogmanay 2012
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
Quotelatebloomer Ventilator Blues holds a special place for me as it is the song that hooked my teen son into the Stones. He never paid much attention to Exile when I had it on in the car, but that opening riff really caught his attention. "What's that song, Mom? Play that song again."...over and over again, I would play it for him. Now he has the whole album on his ipod, plus ma
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteHis Majesty Quotekleermaker I know about the many vocal overdubs. A weak point indeed. Those meds really have @#$%& with your head. I guess kleerie isn't too crazy about Keith wiping Taylor's rhythm guitar off LQ either who is , really, since there's nothing wrong with it in the first place! the same with the vocals on every track ,(MR LIV
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straycatblues73
Quotez It's not weird and not lonesome. no it's not , is it ? sounds more like fearful , but that isn't right either. lonesome on ya ya's.
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
Quoteab QuoteSilver Dagger It's a wonderful album with a totally unique vibe about it. I so wish they'd play Hide Your Love live with Mick Taylor given free rein to play one of his wonderful solos on it. And imagine if Keith, during his live slot, said "right, the next song is gonna be Coming Down Again". The audience would flip out. You bet they'd flip out! If the
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
it's in danger of coming off the first page
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
Quotesonomastone Quotekpl I was at the show last night. Traveled from the midwest to Philly to see MT play with the Stones. Thought his performance was brilliant on Midnight Rambler and MT siezed the opportunity and was the dominant muscian on the stage during that piece. They just SOUND better as a band with MT on the stage. His call and respond to Micks harmonica was great. Very exiting to see
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straycatblues73
watch out ! there is a lead button , better disconnect it , we dont want any lead widdling here !
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straycatblues73
QuoteHis Majesty We I want Mick Taylor Mellotron on more some songs please!!! better start a new thread yourself . . .
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteJesse "For sure he wants to improvise, that's what he is about, but when he gets to it he is left wanting on what to play for much of the time so he resorts to some bluffing, that being non musical coasting. Generally speaking, this is taking up the majority of the time on his solos." ____________________________________________________________________ Yes! That's IT!
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straycatblues73
QuoteHis Majesty He makes mistakes within the ebbs and flows of tempo and not so tight arrangements, but he's giving it his all. Quite amazing really. and by far the nicest guy in the band !
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straycatblues73
Quotekleermaker Quotestraycatblues73 QuoteMarkSchneider CYHMK Toronto June 6th 2013 that's funny at the end , keith applauds and charlie gives it the big finish with only darryl responding , charlie points at him ! Or he points at Bobby, or at both? don't know . still, charlie seems to have a whale of a time . even if his majesty isn't !
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straycatblues73
QuoteMarkSchneider CYHMK Toronto June 6th 2013 that's funny at the end , keith applauds and charlie gives it the big finish with only darryl responding , charlie points at him !
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straycatblues73
Quotesvt22 QuoteMathijs Quotesvt22 QuoteMathijs Honorable mention: his rhythm playing and solo on Tumbling Dice, Brussels, October 17, 1973 2nd show, and his stutters on JJF, New York, July 26, 1972. Mathijs Guitarists using a killswitch for years already. Bogus. It's not a killswitch. I like it. Mathijs Taylor didn't use a killswitch. didn't think so , togg
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straycatblues73
QuoteDoxa But back to Taylor... seemingly last night (Chicago I) was a normal day in office for him and for us who are waiting more from him... But watching the reports it is nice to notice that "Midnight Rambler" - that hardcore fan oddity which is never played in radio - seemed to be the best crowd pleaser (again). Seemingly the "casual fans" or "tourists" - to who
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straycatblues73
QuoteDoomandGloom Quotetreaclefingers QuoteDoomandGloom The large screen is a little ahead. duh...it's smart tvyeah it knows where they are going ahead of time. fantastic ! then sure they could edit out mistakes live on the stage!
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Quotebaldboy sorry but I get sick and tired of people talking about Midnight Rambler as if it's Mick Taylor's song. I love Mick Taylor, an obviously fabulous period with him in the band, but who starts the song? whose riff? Keith. Who holds down the rhythm - a song is made up of melody, rhythm, solo. there's still a song someone is playing while someone else solos, folks. christ. p
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
Quotepmk251 QuoteDoxa I watched - or tried to do that - "Satisfaction" from last night, and especially paying attention to Taylor's contribution there. I write my observations here since I think it fits here better - let the official gig thread be dedicated to other stuff, such as photos of some American Idol winner, etc. Anyways, the click was rather to follow, but still Taylor
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteMCDDTLC QuoteRoughJusticeOnYa Last time I checked, band was quite alive - and (even) kicking... albeit in their 'latter days', clearly (a fact that obviously can't nor won't change). So I find this 'new guitarist! / new life!' stuff a bit over the top, if I may say so. Same goes for all the enthusiasm over Taylor's guitar playing these days; ànd all
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteRobertJohnson Quoteroby Love in Vain with Taylor and with a crazy Keith... Thanks for posting, but this isn't Mick Taylor, but Ronnie Wood on the Barbarians tour 1979. Nice version, although the sound quality isn't quite good. aye, another 7 minutes i wont get back, he he
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straycatblues73
QuoteHis Majesty QuoteThrylan I believe its his only/last contribution It is neither. it is on no expectations .
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straycatblues73
QuoteSundanceKid L.A. Weekly review Staples Center, Los Angeles - 20 May 2013 perfect ! thanks for posting . a great read .
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10 ***years ***ago
straycatblues73
QuoteDoomandGloom The moment of the tour. The musicians stage a coupt d'etat and Jagger is no longer micro-managing each moment. He's joking with Ronnie and Keith, "Can you stop him?", Wood plays on and Keith just chuckles.... Interesting to note the intricate guitar part Ronnie plays here. He is filling in with some of Keith's usual riffs while Richards has simplified
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