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Quoteguitarbastard Quotetatters Saw him do a poetry reading 25 years ago and found him to be obnoxious. Can't really give a fair assessment of his ability as a performer since I've never seen him with a band. if you have the chance to see him go. the most intense rockn roll show ever. amazing band... Couldn't be as intense as this guy, John Cale doing Heartbreak Hotel: Ask
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Quotehopkins I'd be wondering which run of Herman's Hermits albums was their 'golden period.' No, it would've been Eric Burdon and The Animals. They would've made their way down to London in 1962. But one of the members had to complete school. So dirty, gritty R&B still would've been the thing. And ALO would've gone from working for the Be
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Quotelatcho I just heard the story about the ring, it was growing in to his finger, and the ring had to be cut off. there is a new one in the make!! This was done in Switzerland during his annual blood change.
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No, but the lives of certain other musicians undoubtedly would have. Without Mick Jagger's/ALO's behind the scenes maneuverings, a certain band also with Dartford connections wouldn't have been blacklisted after 1965... But the Stones were inevitable. Whenever they played steadily in clubs in the early days, their following would simply grow and grow. Their specific
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QuoteMelBelli Rolling Stone has a collector’s issue on newsstands now, pegged to Mick’s 75th. I flipped through it quickly in a grocery store checkout line. Didn’t look like anything new in there, but looks great. A bit like a latter day Stones concert.
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stonehearted
Here's a documentary detailing his comeback: U.S. trailer for You're Gonna Miss Me documentary: Some recommended reading:
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QuoteLeonioid75 .... THE NEW 50 Meanwhile our 50 is still, well, 50. On the upside, 50 is the new favorite age: Who knew there was such a term as "quinquagenarians". Hooray! I'm at an age I can't even pronounce.
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On an individual level, surely Keith regrets the death of his son, which happened while he was away from home and out on the road. As he wrote in Life, it still hits him about once a week. But other what they've admitted to publicly, I wouldn't presume to speak for them on their innermost personal concerns. I'm more interested in the music, and how it relates to my own exp
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stonehearted
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Quotegotdablouse So business as usual, great! The Atlanta typo shows how much anyone at UMG or in the Stones camp really cares about this... No, it just means they employ people under 40... ...who don't know every detail... ...like an obsessive hardcore fan(atic) would... ...business as usual. What's amazing is that a band, an iconic brand, of this stature... ...would e
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QuoteHairball Another good episode about a flight between London and New York, with a detour through....The Twilight Zone.... The Odyssey of Flight 33 "This airplane has gone back in time!"
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stonehearted
It's not the turbulence that's the problem... ...it's what goes on outside the plane... ...like that gremlin on the wing... ...talk about a nightmare at 20,000 feet!
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QuoteHairballMeanwhile, someone has climbed up the Statue of Liberty and won't come down They don't celebrate Fourth of July in Prague -- it's solely a U.S. holiday.
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He left out the ianstewarti... ...or were there just not enough fossil species found? Like Keith said, it's stu(i)'s band.
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Quotediverseharmonicshe has too much power in the band...and over them as well...The Stones are in danger of becoming sidemen in their own group...sidemen in a band of sidemen. Chuck Leavell and His Rolling Stones? That's laughable. He just does the things any good producer would do -- keeps the band grounded, keeps the music organized. Above all else, he was recommended to the St
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stonehearted
There's a really good unofficial site maintained by Dave Emlen, called KindaKinks.net, which provides daily, up to the minute news on all things Kinks related. The News & Rumors page for Wednesday, 27 June, has a quote that Dave Davies has posted on various social media: "Me and Ray have spoken about the possibility of us working on a new album. Ray has a few songs he wants to fi
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QuoteBig Al Baby Boomers: 1946-1964 Generation X: 1965-1981 Millenials: 1982-1999(?) Hey! -- How come so-called generation X only spans 16 years, when a person isn't even fully grown at 16? Despite the many teen births that occur in every generation, the measure of a generation is typically 20 years, i.e., 5 generations per century. To muddle the waters even further, there are the
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QuoteHalfNankerdoes anyone actually read any else's "set lists" in these posts??!! Yes, just to see how far-fetched and unreal some folks can be. If most of the people in this thread were concert promoters or tour managers, they'd go broke in 10 minutes.
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QuoteBig Al So, he was drunk on stage in '62 and '63? I'm sure there's been plenty of sober performances in the past. As far as I'm aware, Keith's alcoholism stated to develop after he managed to break free from heroin addiction. I'm not sure this would qualify as alcoholism, but in the Marquee '71 show he did seem to have a nipple on the bottle.
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QuoteeradWow. You've assumed so much about me from one measly forum post. I didn't assume anything about you -- I don't even know you. I wasn't even talking to you. It was that Bast-ard-ion who started it, telling me I should be listening to the 30 albums released this year instead of the Kinks. QuoteeradFYI I don't even have a twitter or instagram account, an
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Quoteerad QuotestoneheartedI need Millennials like I need cancer. Kindly take your opinion of people belonging to my generation and shove it up your arse. Hey, it was your generational contemporary who started it by attacking my initial post in this thread. To me it was major news, word of the Kinks reuniting, but this Bast-ard-ion attacks my post with this "Enter the 21st century&quo
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QuoteNeverMakeASaintOfMeDon't really think it's necessary to pull the whole "millennial" thing. I don't get the prejudice against the younger generation. Then you don't get life. I need Millennials like I need cancer.
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QuoteBastion Quotestonehearted A major event like the Kinks reuniting, and the source is "pitchfork.com"? The Kinks “reuniting” is not a major event. Enter the 21st century and listen to 30 albums released this year, I dare you. Dear Millennial: I've been a Kinks fan since 1981. To anyone my age or older, new Kinks would be major news. You can keep your Twenty-Worst
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Quotejohn lomax Is the show starting much later tonight in Marseilles? Looks like the supper act haven't even played yet... The supper act goes on first to kick the evening off. Then the Stones come on in the wee hours to welcome everyone to the breakfast show.
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A major event like the Kinks reuniting, and the source is "pitchfork.com"?
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QuoteLeonioidI have always been amazed at his REAL acting... I think one of our generations best. He actually acts ... unlike so many hollywood players these days, who dont really act, they just do what they are... I mean Bruce Willis plays a great Bruce Willis and Stallone is a great Stallone... etc etc... and then there are those types like Ben AFFLACK!... who play every role, says eve
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QuoteRocky DijonI really can't @#$%& stand this place sometimes. Hear! Hear! And it's obnoxious race- and politics-baiting trolls like this... Quotekeefriff99 ...who threaten to get a thread like this closed, all because they can't deal with a civil discussion on an adult level, and feel compelled to drag their dumb politics and race baiting into things, complete wi
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stonehearted
...Brian's son Julian
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stonehearted
After the dispirited debacle of the Get Back sessions in January, Abbey Road was done with the intent of making a record the way they used to. Outtakes from these sessions, where songs were in their earlier stages, are available here: Track Listing: 01. The Ballad Of John And Yoko (Partial Take 10) [0:00] 02. Oh! Darling (Unknown Take) [0:31] 03. Octopus's Garden (Unknown Takes) [
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stonehearted
But I bet you'd be in favor of dropping it if they'd play another cover like... Time Is On My Side. Just the way they played it on Ed Sullivan.
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