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MrEcho
Not a big fan of the Supper Club shows, but it's Dylan, so it's good to have them in perfect quality – thank you! I saw some of the preceding electric shows in the US in the fall of 1993 and the acoustic Supper Club shows were only a pale shadow of those concerts. If you want to hear Dylan at his best in 1993 listen to Jones Beach (first night), Holmdel and Hollywood Bowl.
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MrEcho
According to this and this it is Stereo Soundboard.
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Retrospective releases The Stooges, The Stooges (the complete, original John Cale mix of the 1969 album at the correct speed and on vinyl for the first time) The Stooges, Live At Goose Lake 1970 (newly discovered mono soundboard tape of the final show by the first line-up) Iggy & The Stooges, You Think You’re Bad, Man? (bootleg compilation 1973/74) Ravi Shankar & George Harrison, Chan
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1. Most Often: Dirty Work 2. Almost as Often: Out Of Our Heads (UK) 3. Never ... Under Any Circumstances: Goddess In The Doorway and A Bigger Bang 4. When Seeking a Guilty Pleasure: first Marianne Faithfull album 5. That You'd Never Admit To: I'd never admit to it. 6. If You Need a Shot of Adrenaline: Dirty Work 7. When You Want to Appreciate Pure Genius: Dirty Work
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MrEcho
Dirty Work Out Of Our Heads (UK) Undercover special mention: Beggars Banquet (invitation cover)
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QuoteEJM When was the picture of MT taken ? He’s looking good in it ca. 1990
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MrEcho
Doors Stooges Ramones
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RIP. Maradona was the greatest the beautiful game has ever seen. While there are other great players, like Pelé, Zidane, Messi and Ronaldo, they are confined – at least to some extent – by the laws of gravity, time and space. Maradona on the other hand was able to do things that did not seem possible. He seemed to exist outside of the laws of gravity, time and space. I saw him play in person once
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MrEcho
The bootleg TSP-CD-085 A Stone Alone is running slower than the official release. I assume the official release is at the correct speed?!
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QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteTaylor1 Quotestraycatuk I find it unlistenable due to Taylor's endless noodling. sc ukAsk Charlie Watts what he thinks about your comment.Taylor was incredible on stage at Brussels.He wasn’t noodling.His playing off Keith perfectly.And on songs like Rambler and Street Fighting Man he helps contribute to performances of incredible energy ,passionand rhythm.An
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MrEcho
One of the best things ever released by the Rolling Stones either as a group or solo.
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MrEcho
Spanish singer Dora Postigo is the daughter of Spanish model, actress and singer Bimba Bosè and the grand-granddaughter of legendary Italian actress Lucia Bosè.
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MrEcho
No Link Wray? This list is a sad joke.
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MrEcho
Quoteglimmertwin1 QuoteMassimo68 Quoteironbelly Guys, drink use the word 'dynamics' responsibly. For this release there is virtually no dynamics. The record is brickwalled. Old CBS CD has average DR11 with tracks in 10-12 range Virgin CD has similar values (DR 10-12) but is a tad louder. 2009 remaster (the hated one) is DR6 with tracks in 5-7 range 2013 Japanese flat transfer DR1
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MrEcho
I love it. They did a great job finishing this track! Great Jagger vocals!
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QuoteFernandobsas Two things are what surprised me, the first is that this music was born in Jamaica and has a lot of american soul influences. How did it happened ? How jamaicans discovered american rock and soul in the 50 or 60 ? The transmissions of some US radio stations could be heard in Jamaica.
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QuoteCristiano Radtke Clinton Heylin When the King of the Delta Blues came home — the family life of Robert JohnsonAnnye Anderson, Johnson’s devoted stepsister, remembers how the travelling musician transformed her young life whenever he returned to Memphis It's a pity that for that article Clinton Heylin used the fake photograph of Robert Johnson and Johnny Shines, which does not s
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I am looking for the title of a movie about a couple on the run after having committed a crime. One scene takes place on a deserted beach. The guy gets shot (by mob hitmen?) standing by the sea, while his long-haired brunette girlfriend watches from afar, sitting in the dunes. The bullets make an eerie sound on the quiet beach. The guy falls down and the waves wash over his body. I think it is a
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Quotemaumau best rolling stones video in ages, great director, explicit, really in tune with the stones that chose the tongue logo, fit perfectly the song. really enjoy the whole thing. bravo mick Totally agree. There are so many great shots in that film. I went through it frame by frame, each one a work of art.
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MrEcho
Great video, love it!
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QuoteROLLINGSTONE It's an anniversary of sorts for me, 38 years today since my first Stones stadium show at St.James Park Newcastle. Travelled down by bus from Glasgow with my girlfriend almost sick with excitement. It rained almost all day but what a show. Support was George Thorogood and J.Geils Band. I was only 18 at the time and even then The Stones seemed impossibly old in their late 30
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QuoteDEmerson Can someone who has the CD please tell me if it includes the lyrics? and subsequent posts.
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MrEcho
About "Not For Beginners" this article states "Bob Dylan stops by for a croaky, though surprisingly effective, duet". As far as I know, Dylan does not sing on "Not For Beginners", he only plays guitar on "King Of Kings" and "Interfere".
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QuoteRockman Goodbye Jimmy Reed might be something ..... Interesting how the album is named after the title of a Jimmy Rodgers track and Rodgers is pictured on the inside sleeve of album ... But no Jimmy Rodgers track ..... Black Rider .... hhhhmmmm Tom Waits has ridden into that territory "The Black Rider" is also a comic book that Dylan probably knows from his childh
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QuoteMartinB Is it known if Emerson gets credit for False Prophet music? Why? Ike Turner created the riff and took it from an old blues song.
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Quoteroundnround You should also check out the book "Up Jumped the Devil: The Real Life of Robert Johnson", by Bruce Conforth and Gayle Dean Wardlow, which was published last year. It's an incredible, deeply researched book which uncovers more information about Johnson's life than you would believe possible after all these years... Best book about Robert Johnson by far, incl
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MrEcho
There are faint rumors that "Bootleg Series Vol. 16" will come out in the fall, focusing on the "Infidels Sessions", which include Mick Taylor on guitar, of course. P.S.: According to Michael Chaiken (Bob Dylan Archive in Tulsa), they have only recently managed to transfer the "Infidels" sessions. "Infidels" was one of the first rock music albums to hav
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MrEcho
The best: I think that the first Rolling Stones documentary by Rudi Dolezal and Hannes Rossacher from 1982 is still one of the best, because it truly captures the spirit of the band. Is that film available online somewhere? Charlie Is My Darling is a masterpiece, too. Then Dylan's Don't Look Back, of course. And Renaldo & Clara, even though it is not a documentary as such.
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QuoteCristiano Radtke QuoteGazza QuoteCristiano Radtke Just guessing: Balinalee Population 347. So obscure a place I doubt too many people living on the island of Ireland have heard of it. I certainly haven't. I doubt Bob has either!! My guess was based on the fact that Bob seems to be a History geek (the Titanic connection, the battle of Balinalee, or this Antoin Ó Raifteirí poem - al
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MrEcho
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