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10 ***years ***ago
nomis
QuoteEdward Twining Well Dandelion, i rather like Taylor's performance here, even if he isn't quite in tune at times, simply because he's still doing what the Stones collectively used to do so well when they were at their peak, and when they were still living up to their name as 'the greatest rock 'n' roll band in the world'. There is a rawness and spontaneity
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10 ***years ***ago
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Quoteseitan I thought "Come On" was kinda OK, it was downhill from there on...>< Tell Me was pretty good too.
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10 ***years ***ago
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gosh yes. Of course. Please two or three numbers with Taylor. Or better yet the whole show.
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10 ***years ***ago
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Anybody know the chords to this one? I tried to figure it out serveral years ago and got pretty close, but I wasn't sure.
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11 ***years ***ago
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QuoteTheBoss Quotebitusa2012 Just scored a pit ticket Chicago may 30 May 31 of course. Fingers shaking. Now just gotta get from Perth australia I did too and gotta get there from Seattle.
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11 ***years ***ago
nomis
Good review. I remember one in Playboy back then too.
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11 ***years ***ago
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Quotebuffalo7478 I do agree with Edward. Jimmy Miller in the studio and Taylor live definitely help the era. I have often wondered what the earlier stuff would have sounded like with a decent producer. The band may have been hot and raw and full of energy, but it didn't translate as well to vinyl. I also think Taylor's playing elevated Keith's. Yes. The Beatles had George M
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11 ***years ***ago
nomis
I think the Golden Era is 68 to 78. The only clunker there is Love You Live.
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11 ***years ***ago
nomis
Dear Doctor "modulates" from E to A.
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11 ***years ***ago
nomis
I saw two shows. The opener at RFK and Ames, Iowa. The RFK show was the best Stones concert I've seen. Maybe the best live show period. Ames was pretty good too.
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11 ***years ***ago
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QuoteJamesPhelge00 Quotewith sssoul Since James Phelge has started posting here, I reckon he's got this "title" pretty well cornered. Maybe someone else does too, though? It may well be me unless there is someone else I may even know. Eric Clapton would also probably have been there too. Others I saw there were, Ginger Baker, Alexis, Graham Bond, Cyril. Paul Jones etc..
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11 ***years ***ago
nomis
pretty good!
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11 ***years ***ago
nomis
QuoteTheGreek what a show .wow.i was very happy to see Mick Taylor back with the stones.killer midnight rambler.i was screaming with ecstacy for dead flowers .one of my all time favs.the Boss was awesome on tumbling dice ,awesome voice that the Boss has,i would have liked to have both the Boss and Mick Taylor for more than just one song each.the stones played so good all of them .i was so happy !
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11 ***years ***ago
nomis
I'd be pretty happy with no warhorses.
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11 ***years ***ago
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Yes. And if they want to do something from VL, I Go Wild would be appreciated.
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11 ***years ***ago
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QuoteLorenz Damn, I just posted the same. Will delete mine, you have more info I voted for Around And Around. I voted for Around and Around too.
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11 ***years ***ago
nomis
Great idea!
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11 ***years ***ago
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QuoteValeswood Quotejazzbass Wyman was nice for nostalgia but he didn't really add anything to the show. Who cares? It was great to see him re-united with the Stones. As an original member of the band he is unworthy of any criticism. This is the correct answer.
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11 ***years ***ago
nomis
That was fun. Seattle
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11 ***years ***ago
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Maybe to them it was always Mick Taylor and his Rolling Stones? That's kind of funny and interesting, Justin. I didn't comment and still haven't watched the video, but I suppose this comment rings somewhat true to me because I was really into that particular lineup of the band, back in the day. When Taylor left it hurt and took a long time to get over it. Luckily they cam
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11 ***years ***ago
nomis
I saw them play it in 89 at Alpine Valley north of Chicago. It was great. Really took me back. I didn't realize what I was listening to until the chorus because it had been so long since I'd listened to the song, but I knew I was listening to something off of Out of Our Heads. Then it was over in a flash and I forgot about it. The next day I vaguely remembered it and thought it was
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11 ***years ***ago
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QuoteEdward Twining Quotecarlorossi Quote71Tele Some great comments here. No doubt some people still prefer the safe Vegas-era Stones and are uncomfortable with Taylor's performance. Does he overplay at times? Yes. Is he a bit ragged in places? Yes. Was he nervous? Possibly. Did he want to make a statement? Definitely! Agree with your take, sort of. MR was one of the few songs that they&#
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11 ***years ***ago
nomis
The only caveat is that Taylor's amp won't be plugged to the PA system, so he's going to have to turn up to 11.
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11 ***years ***ago
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At the time it came out, it was a let down to me, maybe because it didn't have a real good rocker or two and because I was the missing Mick Taylor sound. But I've come to appreciate it. I can put it on now and enjoy the groove all the way through. One of the best moments of my life was hearing them play Memory Motel on the Voodoo Lounge tour.
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11 ***years ***ago
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Quote71Tele QuoteMarkdog I'll take the Love You Live version as my number 1. Yes loose and ragged, Mick voice was almost gone but the guitars and energy make up for all of it. Ronnie's guitar is the best anyone played overtop that JJF rhythmn. Wrong. LYL was flaccid compared to GYYO and the version in Gimme Shelter is even better than that because it has that weird lick Taylor playe
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11 ***years ***ago
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Quotedonvis Taylor and Wyman would be great. But there is nothing worse than so called special guests especially the likes of Dave Matthews! I remember in Chicago at the Aragon Ballroom where BONO (I pronounce it as in Sonny Bono) absolutely ruined It's Only Rock 'N Roll with his tirades of "Sir MicK! Sir Mick!" and changing the lyrics to "going to Chicago" instead o
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11 ***years ***ago
nomis
I don't give a darn about Keith's drinking, but why are they rehearsing the same old setlist? Toss out all those songs and play other stuff, like Gotta Getaway.
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11 ***years ***ago
nomis
Great song, great album.
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11 ***years ***ago
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QuoteFredluvzstones I am not sure if this can work but let's see if we can get a bunch of us to put our efforts into getting Mick Taylor on as a Special Guest for some of the upcoming shows 2012/2013. If you would like to see him on stage with us old pals, Post up. Fred Hardin Pleased to meet you........ Absolutely, 100%, yes.
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