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stonehearted
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteStoneage Quotemtaylor Don't judge Keith or Stones playing on crappy youtube videos... have seen the videos and they are nothing comparable with the real thing. On the contrary, cellphone (or other sources) videos is the real thing. Professional recorded material, on the other hand, seldom is. Since it's usually processed and improved afterwards. A cellph
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QuoteHairball Quote QuoteHairball Hard to even tell what song this is due to inferior audio, but that solo seems interchangeable with a number of tunes - I'll take a wild guess and say It's Only Rock'N'Roll? Or maybe Gimme Shelter? Surely it's Satisfaction. Horrible anyway... Thanks for clearing that up as I truly was baffled earlier, but now I can hear it.... ...
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QuoteHairballBut I think you're underestimating the value and quality of some of the latter era tunes. Not really -- I like many of those myself. I just don't listen to the later stuff as often I would from, say, the 63 to 83 period. I was just thinking in terms of what they are remembered for. They helped define the 1960s and 1970s, culturally and musically speaking. By 1989
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QuoteHairball I still think it would be nice to hear something original from the last 37 years. Aside from Keith's Slipping Away and the Worst, it's as if they're ignoring a majority of their studio output, and in the process denying diehard and casual fans the chance to hear something "recent". The blues cover is nice for sure, but a cover is a cover - why not showcase
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stonehearted
As with life itself, music appreciation is a subjective experience.
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stonehearted
Regarding that SMU flub -- not a good way to begin a show. They put the big, fast rockers in the opening slot for a reason -- to start with a bang. Keith messing that up is the same as Mick tripping over himself going for the mic (imagine if a show started off like that!). Still, it's good to see Keith the musician instead of Keith the rock star. That elegantly wasted/pirate pers
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stonehearted
I would bet an entire tour's worth of Stones tickets that I'm the only one on IORR who owns a copy of Gene Moore's soundtrack to Carnival of Souls on CD:
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stonehearted
QuoteNICOSJust my guess......................I don't think Little By Little is played today by any radio station England's Newest Hitmakers is on my iPod, and when in a Stones mood that album goes on first, followed by 12 x 5 and Rolling Stones Now! -- love those albums. I haven't listened to a regular radio station in maybe 18 years or so. Radio programmers just don't
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stonehearted
This thread, and every concert thread here, is proof that what people see and hear is more a reflection of themselves than what's coming from the stage. It's like that story of witnessing an accident -- ask 10 different people and you'll get 10 different eye witness accounts. A case in point, those two different impressions of She's A Rainbow just above. Sounds fine t
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stonehearted
QuotekeithsmanThe way Mick reacted, you could see he knew Keith did it on purpose So blatant. I don't know, Riffy, I didn't get that impression from Mick -- all I saw was Mick turning round to Charlie to get his cue to start dancing and moving forward down the catwalk. But, who knows what mischief lurks in the hearts of Stones?
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stonehearted
Quotekeithsman Quotecrumbling_mice There is no way on this Earth that Keith is making a mistake on the opening chord of SMU...as someone who often plays this on guitar, it is one of the easiest riffs to play...Happy is far harder (still easy in guitar playing terms). He clearly does it to annoy someone, most likely Mick. Maybe we should all ask the question on the next keith questions on his w
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stonehearted
Keith never makes a strong intro to start a show anymore. Jumpin' Jack Flash sounds like Limpin' Jack Flash. Start Me Up is Mess Me Up. But it doesn't matter. Once the band kicks in, he's covered. And the crowd gets into it. Overall, the show is still good, and so is Keith.
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stonehearted
QuoteIrix Quotekeithsman He never does that when its later in the set. Looks like walking on stage and playing is now too much for Keith .... But he came to a full stop, and then did the intro... ...worse than a nervous teenager on open mic night.
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stonehearted
If that's true, then undoubtedly brass. But then it would have sounded too much like the brass section from where the riff was borrowed. Martha and The Vandellas, Nowhere To Run:
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stonehearted
Between The Chuckles
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No, just the sessions could get leaked -- that is, the tracks done so far. According to sources above, some 15 or so. The bootleg could be called Steel Walls. Or Bridges to Muddle On. or Tattoo Who. or No Focus.
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What if the new album gets bootlegged before it can be officially released? Even those 2002 sessions got leaked. Could happen. At least that way the new material would be saved from overproduction.
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stonehearted
QuoteHairballLooks like 2020 after all, but you never know...maybe they'll hit a massive creative streak and release two albums before then. "When life gives you lemons, make lemonade."
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stonehearted
Love the names they gave to the Bond women. How about Plenty O'Toole in Diamonds Are Forever... Lana Wood as Plenty O'Toole in Diamonds Are Forever (1971).
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Quotegrzegorz67 QuoteLeonioid Best answer - James Bond 007 the ultra epitome of bad ass cool Really? Only 2 James Bonds fo date have been English. 1 : Sean Connery - from Scotland 2 : George Lazenby - Australia 3 : Roger Moore - England 4 : Timothy Dalton - Wales 5 : Piers Brosnan - Ireland 6 : Daniel Craig - England First off, only Sean Connery counts. The fact that he'
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Lovely ships... Right to left: RMS Olympic (1911-1935), RMS Aquitania (1914-1950), and RMS Mauretania (1906-1935).
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My father, a country music fan, used to play a Mike Nesmith album all the time in the mid-70s, in the car on 8-track. Nesmith was the natural musician of the Monkees. As an actor, Micky Dolenz was a natural, and talented. In 1965, he was in 3 episodes of the U.S. nighttime soap Peyton Place (as Kitch Brunner), where he drugs someone's drink in a teen club and subsequently beats h
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1963 - 1967: early Stones 1968 - 1974: prime Stones 1975 - 1982: mature Stones 1983 - 1991: late period Stones 1994 - present: latter day Stones (i.e., recent) You can't measure time later in life the same way as earlier, because changes are more rapid in younger days. When you're a child, a month is forever. When you're a teen, you can't imagine being 30. When
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stonehearted
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotestonehearted QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotestonehearted It would've been great if in '69 they could've played em like on Rolling Stones Now! Too have a full, rich recorded live document of those first three albums would have been perfect. Those early live recordings don't do their early performances justice. But alas, by '69, they coul
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stonehearted
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotestonehearted It would've been great if in '69 they could've played em like on Rolling Stones Now! Too have a full, rich recorded live document of those first three albums would have been perfect. Those early live recordings don't do their early performances justice. But alas, by '69, they could no longer play like they did in '65
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stonehearted
It would've been great if in '69 they could've played em like on Rolling Stones Now! Too have a full, rich recorded live document of those first three albums would have been perfect. Those early live recordings don't do their early performances justice. But alas, by '69, they could no longer play like they did in '65.
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stonehearted
Oh, and of course... The Young Ones The young ones Darling, we're the young ones And young ones Shouldn't be afraid To live, love While the flame is strong 'Cause we may not be the young ones Very long Tomorrow Why wait until tomorrow? 'Cause tomorrow Sometimes never comes So love me There's a song to be sung And the best time is to sing
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stonehearted
QuoteMonkeyMan2000 QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteMonkeyMan2000 Is LSTNT in D? Always thought it was G, except for the chorus. Several songs are listed in the wrong key on these setlists. It's in G, and GS is not in minor.. Yes, I noticed that one too. But GS is a bit confusing as it actually should be in minor given the chord progression. Still it somehow works with a major chord... Jus
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stonehearted
Quotelaertisflash "Yet the "newest" original song is The Worst from 1994 - 24 years old!" In Stonestime, 24 years is "late period", therefore recent.
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stonehearted
QuoteKevinLocksPerm QuoteWitness QuoteKevinLocksPerm QuoteWitness QuoteKevinLocksPerm QuoteWitness QuoteKevinLocksPerm QuoteWitness QuoteKevinLocksPerm This is what happens when fandom becomes a habit, rather than a hobby.
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