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12 ***days ***ago
MrEcho
Love her, she's great. Also like Sasha a lot.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
MrEcho
1. Dirty Work (my favorite Rolling Stones album) 2. Tattoo You/Blue & Lonesome/Undercover/Emotional Rescue 3. Bridges To Babylon 4. Steel Wheels/Voodoo Lounge 5. A Bigger Bang 6. Hackney Diamonds
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3 ***months ***ago
MrEcho
Little Richard, Right Now (rec. 1973, rel. 1974) Great, but often overlooked album, produced by Robert "Bumps" Blackwell. Timeless, rootsy sound. First re-release on vinyl since the late 1970s. Now with updated artwork, remastered etc. Here's an excerpt from an old vinyl rip of the original: The Best Of The Wailers (rec. 1970, rel. 1971) Despite the title this is not a &qu
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4 ***months ***ago
MrEcho
Quotededospegajosos Imagine you had to pick just one Rolling Stones Album to listen for the rest of your life...but you must choose between Dirty Work, Steel Wheels, Voodoo Lounge, Bridges, A Bigger Bang and Hackney Diamonds. Just one, all others will cease to exist, including pre Dirty work albums Go As Dirty Work is my favorite Rolling Stones album, this is easy. Dirty Work it is.
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5 ***months ***ago
MrEcho
Quotebobo When did they make a real solid album from start to finish? Never. Overrated all the way through. Every album sounds the same. Weak songs, a riff here and there that is good. That is it, for me though. "Let There Be Rock" (international version).
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7 ***months ***ago
MrEcho
Little Richard's "Pray Along With Little Richard Vol. 1 & 2" (1960) are two of his best albums and fantastic, southern gospel albums featuring authentic recordings of the music he grew up with. Interestingly Richard is not using his shouting Rock & Roll style voice, but sings in a full baritone. I Want Jesus To Walk With Me: Troubles Of The World:
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7 ***months ***ago
MrEcho
QuoteHardRiffin Imo Mick's vocals on Rolling Stone Blues is perfect. Imo his best on the album.
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7 ***months ***ago
MrEcho
One of the best things the Rolling Stones have ever recorded. The essence of the band – unadorned, raw, mysterious and dirty. Loud and distorted guitar by Keith, cool vocals and great blues harmonica by Mick. I wish they'd do a whole album like that, because no one sounds like those two guys in that setting.
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7 ***months ***ago
MrEcho
I think "Rolling Stone Blues" is one of the best things they have ever recorded. The essence of the Rolling Stones – unadorned, raw, mysterious and dirty. I wish they'd do a whole album like that.
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7 ***months ***ago
MrEcho
Quotewiredallnight QuoteMrEcho Is the "Wood On Canvas" version of "Interfere" only available on the CD included with the rare book? AFAIK yes. And: Thank you so much! Greatly appreciated!
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7 ***months ***ago
MrEcho
Quotewiredallnight QuoteMrEcho Is there a difference between the versions of "Interfere" on "Wood On Canvas" and "Not For Beginners"? www.nzentgraf.de: 960900A September: RONNIE WOOD & BOB DYLAN. St. Kildare, Ireland, Sandymount Studios (RW’s home studio). Producer: RW. Jamming and recording of demos for Bob Dylan’s u
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8 ***months ***ago
MrEcho
Is there a difference between the versions of "Interfere" on "Wood On Canvas" and "Not For Beginners"?
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8 ***months ***ago
MrEcho
QuotePutty QuoteIrix "Incorporating the band’s signature colour – red – the vinyl sleeve also features Paul’s distinctive handwriting for the band name and track list on the back. The vinyl itself has a sticker with a reworking of The Rolling Stone’s iconic tongue logo using our well-known Signature Stripe. It is available for pre-order through The Rolling Stones official online shop now and
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8 ***months ***ago
MrEcho
QuoteVoodooLounge13 Quotercfoxy Add another collab version... Kidsuper KidSuper Honors The Rolling Stones in "Alternate Cover" Artwork Two weeks before the band’s ‘Hackney Diamonds’ album is slated to drop. With The Rolling Stones releasing their first album in 18 years in just two weeks, the legendary band is pulling out all the stops. After announcing Hackney Diamonds j
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9 ***months ***ago
MrEcho
QuoteLeonidP QuoteRisingStone How do I feel about the “hot chick” bit for the Angry video? So clichéd! Been there done that. So many times. So obsolete. This is 2023. Not 1972. They are now seventy and eighty-something. I wish the boys moved on. But that’s the Stones for you, after all. Not quite 60 yet myself, so I guess I'm not yet bored with looking at hot women. How many years le
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9 ***months ***ago
MrEcho
Angel In My Heart.
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10 ***months ***ago
MrEcho
It's funny how opinions about the band's work can differ – "Dirty Work" has been my favorite Rolling Stones album since I first heard it on the day of release. It's everything I hoped it would be – raw and dirty rock & roll, blues, R & B, reggae and funk. I love every track on it. Since it's the last album by the band to feature Ian Stewart, I also consider i
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10 ***months ***ago
MrEcho
Thank you, Captain.
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11 ***months ***ago
MrEcho
Quotesf37 Personally, this is among my favourite Stones tracks. I always thought it to be criminally underated, in being one of their few singles that has never (or rarely, at best) been included within a Stones "greatest hits" package. Same here. Fantastic song off my favorite Rolling Stones album.
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***1 year ***ago
MrEcho
QuoteBig Al QuoteHairball QuoteBig Al So, Keith is reportedly unhappy with this so-called ‘modern’ producer. It’s 2023! Until his misgivings - which we’ll never know, I’m sure - are aired, any issues Keith has will remain meaningless to us. There’s no context. What is it that this producer is doing ‘wrong’, exactly? It’s not a contemporary R&B or dance-oriented record, is it? It’s a ‘rock’ re
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***1 year ***ago
MrEcho
QuoteRocky Dijon No, Mick hasn't played any of his solo studio material live in over 21 years. When was the last time he did play any of his solo studio material live? I saw him miming to Visions Of Paradise on a German TV show in 2001 or 2002, but that does not count.
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***1 year ***ago
MrEcho
Robert Johnson is no longer a phantom. "Up Jumped the Devil" (2019) by Bruce Conforth and Gayle Dean Wardlow is the result of over 50 years of research and includes incredibly detailed information about his family, the places where Johnson lived and traveled, about his wife and girlfriends, his death and his burial (he was buried twice, actually). In addition "Brother Robert"
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***1 year ***ago
MrEcho
Quote24FPS Can't disagree more. Undercover is one of their worst, and Dirty Work is no treat. Babylon sounds dated. Between the Buttons is slight, compared to their other sixties work. And of course Satanic Majesties is a bit of trainwreck, with some redeeming tracks. If they do release a new album they will have passed many legends on longevity, including the imperial Duke Ellington. Of
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***1 year ***ago
MrEcho
Quotemkbbcmr "Back Of My Hand" sounds "somewhat sterile"? I beg to differ. The "detached" vocals, the dystopian lyrics ("Goya's paranoias" indeed) and the rawness of the recording add up to anything but sterile. Great track. Best track on ABB.
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***1 year ***ago
MrEcho
Quotewiredallnight Why should I buy vinyl records in mono? It's like buying a VHS cassette in black & white. Stereo for consumer use was first introduced in 1958. In the late 1950s and in the 1960s most LPs were usually released in separate mono and stereo versions. Singles were always in mono up until the late 1960s. In the late 1950s stereo LPs had a market share of well under 20% in
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***1 year ***ago
MrEcho
QuoteIrix QuoteMrEcho The extension of the protection from 50 to 70 years does not have anything to do with date of fixation (= recording) that defines recordings that are protected. That's not what I wrote about. I wrote about your stated 1963 date and the in the (German) copyright law written 1st November 2013. I think we both talk about the same thing. 1st November 2013 is the dat
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***1 year ***ago
MrEcho
QuoteIrix QuoteMrEcho But as far as I know all EU member states (following the lead of the countries with the most important markets for "phonograms", Germany and the UK) have agreed upon 1963 as the cut-off date. It's not explicitly 1963, but 1st November 2013, when the 50-years rule was changed to 70 years with the implementation of EU-Directive 2011/77 into national law. I
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***1 year ***ago
MrEcho
QuoteIrix QuoteMrEcho The date of 1963 was not defined via Directive 2011/77/EU, but via national legislature long before 2011. Interesting, but you wrote above: QuoteMrEcho According to Directive 2011/77/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 September 2011 the situation in regard to phonograms/recordings is as follows: Yes, but copyright laws in the EU are a com
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***1 year ***ago
MrEcho
QuoteIrix QuoteMrEcho The new European copyright law from 2011 protects recordings made in 1963 or later for 70 years But there's no explicit mention of 1963 in the EU copyright: . The date of 1963 was not defined via Directive 2011/77/EU, but via national legislature long before 2011. Directive 2011/77/EU only extended the protection from 50 to 70 years (amending directives from 2
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***1 year ***ago
MrEcho
Quoteretired_dog QuoteDoxa So is the case then that the Star Club stuff from 1962 entered Public Domain in 2013 (UK, EU), since there never been any 'fully legal' release? (I don't know the latter, but I got the impression here that the Beatles never have done such when they got the rights). - Doxa Doxa, yes, as I already stated under point 3 of my longer post from January 4,
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