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stonehearted
They don't need to do a new album now. They've long since done what they'll be remembered for. Up until 20 years ago, they would've been accused of "resting on their laurels" if they went out on tour just playing greatest hits with no new product. But not anymore. Like a recent UK news reviewer said: "If Bach were still alive today, you'd go out
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
From the account that's given on page 130 of the scan in Rockman's post, it seems Jimmy Miller deserved a writing credit on Jumping Jack Flash -- Mick took his suggestion to change the lyric for the chorus, and it gives the song a whole different meaning.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Quoteroller99 Quotestonehearted Quoteroller99Anyone who was not present at this show has no place being in this thread. That right there is just about the most offensive, antagonizing thing I've ever read on this forum. People so full of themselves they feel entitled to elevate themselves above other fans. Because of the price of a concert ticket. The fan police. Some people th
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Quoteroller99Anyone who was not present at this show has no place being in this thread. That right there is just about the most offensive, antagonizing thing I've ever read on this forum. People so full of themselves they feel entitled to elevate themselves above other fans. Because of the price of a concert ticket. The fan police. Some people think they own the Stones. &quo
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
I couldn't get past 2:16. Just kept replaying 2:08 to 2:16 over and over. Even took a couple screenshots.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Charlie's drumming is fine. Rock solid. Forget the tempo. Just watch the arc. The dynamics of the fills. His exuberant and thorough attention ...to the closing of tonight's SFM for example.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Fool To Cry was great... recalling an underrated number and period from their catalog. Mick still hitting that falsetto ...with Feeling.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Yeah, changing the color of a headband... That should make the music rock harder. See, it's not the instruments, but the clothes That make the band.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
QuoteMedzvel Journal de Montreal Wonder what Charlie's thinking in this pic: "Looking forward to the next episode of Coronation Street. Nice to be home to watch it for a change. Bloody hotel rooms!"
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Quotekeithsman Quotestonehearted QuoteTornFrayedSue QuoteTonstone why not play a medley of early songs I dig this idea! A medley of warhorses, and so more time for other songs Stewed and Keefed/Little Red Rooster/Down in the Bottom/You Can't Catch Me/It's All Over Now/She Said Yeah/I'm Alright Now your talking Stonehearted, ive been suggesting a medley like that for years.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
The trouble with some of these choices is... Almost Hear You Sigh is an outtake from Talk Is Cheap. You may as well nominate Don't Tear Me Up. Waiting On A Friend is from 1973. The nicest piece of Rolling Stones music post-1978 was never released. Because of Don Was. Make It Now:
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
QuoteTornFrayedSue QuoteTonstone why not play a medley of early songs I dig this idea! A medley of warhorses, and so more time for other songs Stewed and Keefed/Little Red Rooster/Down in the Bottom/You Can't Catch Me/It's All Over Now/She Said Yeah/I'm Alright
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
QuoteCristiano Radtke There will be a surprise tonight on the setlist. They're going to do my medley suggestion. I knew it! We always get them to do interesting stuff here.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
There should be a fifth option. Where fans can add their own choice. How about a medley: Stewed and Keefed/Little Red Rooster/Down in the Bottom/You Can't Catch Me/It's All Over Now/She Said Yeah/I'm Alright... A half minute or so of each.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
I realize the interview was to support a new documentary project. But... An opportunity was missed to ask Bill about his future Or not With the Rhythm Kings.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Not lost, but most likely erased. The folks at Chess would have been practical enough to re-use the tape once the Stones announced they would be going out to LA to re-cut the track. No sense in keeping around a demo that was never going to be of any use. Besides, they probably didn't have a fuzz box at Chess. In that YouTube clip posted above, Brian's harmonica playing is li
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Forgot to mention. In all 3 video clips: All thumbs up. No thumbs down.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Just saw some of the videos. Brown Sugar, The Worst, Neighbors. They all play just fine. They're having fun. They obviously still enjoy performing. Even Charlie was smiling. I can see them still at it over the next 5 years, easily.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Wild Horses certainly isn't a rarity: Featured in the Gimme Shelter movie Closing track on Hot Rocks Included on Stripped Performed in 3 concert DVDs between 1998 and 2007 No Expectations, now that's a rarity.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
QuoteGasLightStreet Quotestonehearted Quotekeithsman SMU. Mick forgets the words and i don't have words to describe Ronnie's solo. The sound is too muddled in that vid to judge. Tempo seemed OK. So this tour Ronnie and Mick are the weak links, but Keith is OK? Haven't heard any complaints about Keith in this thread, which is great. Last tour he had me worried.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Quotekeithsman SMU. Mick forgets the words and i don't have words to describe Ronnie's solo. The sound is too muddled in that vid to judge. Tempo seemed OK. So this tour Ronnie and Mick are the weak links, but Keith is OK? Haven't heard any complaints about Keith in this thread, which is great. Last tour he had me worried.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
The song vote is too limited. A multiple choice of well-known tunes. They should let fans write in their own choices. I would opt for a medley: Stewed and Keefed/Little Red Rooster/Down in the Bottom/You Can't Catch Me/It's All Over Now/She Said Yeah/I'm Alright... Just a half minute of each.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
This assessment merely echoes mainstream consensus. Music/rock historians will be parakeeting the same drivel 20, 30 years from now. For the mid-60s albums, these are the British versions -- overly long, devoid of the hits that would make them rank higher: Rolling Stones Now! is forever in my top three. Sticky and Exile, vastly overrated classic rock cliches. The Brian Jones era is wh
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
I can only comment on the wording provided by the interviewer: "In 1993, he landed the gig as bassist for the Rolling Stones, replacing longtime member Bill Wyman. Darryl has been in the group ever since" which should more accurately read as: "In 1993, he landed the gig as bassist was hired to play bass for the Rolling Stones, replacing after longtime member Bill Wyman lef
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
If you haven't already, and even if you have...
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
They took the long way home.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Keith said that America should get rid of Trump. The quote has been picked up by the major news agencies. Keith's comment had its intended effect: Now everyone knows the Stones are back out on tour.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Article quote "The first son of a Rolling Stone was born three years before the band even formed." You know, that sentence just doesn't make sense. If you're not a Rolling Stone, yet, then how could this be the son of a Rolling Stone? Bill's younger daughters shouldn't be counted either, as they came along when he was no longer a Stone. Anyway, the Stones
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Vyvyan: I must be hallucinating. What’s a good thing for a hangover? Mike: Drinking heavily the night before.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
QuoteBig Al fantastic live footage of The Who performing in 1966. It's seemingly from a television programme, but details in the video's discription are little skimpy on detail! If the date of March 31, 1966 is indeed correct, then it was in France (Issy-les-Moulineaux; venue: d'Ailleurs). Fantastic to hear that Everly Brothers cover done live! That year the band was a
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