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stonehearted
Oh, and to comment on the OP, nice gem of an article. But I see that Bill Wyman got airbrushed out of the piece, picturewise. Just seemed to be his fate I suppose, even after he'd just joined.
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stonehearted
This is the most unlikely cover -- just the name says it all... Miss You by Temple City Kazoo Orchestra (1978):
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
I hate that "27 Club" nonsense. Can't believe they actually wasted institutional funding for a "study" on this. How about filing under "C" for "cliche"? More of those were attributed to the 1970s than any other decade, so maybe there's a link -- being 27 in the 70s was just bad luck. If I had a PhD, I could panhandle academic money and ma
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stonehearted
"But like a power chord in a library, this tranquillity was shattered last week when The Rolling Stones secretly requisitioned our little theatre for a week of tour rehearsals." Nice to see that there is still a journalist who can be a witty and creative writer. Generation Zzzzzz... could learn a lot from this author.
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stonehearted
That's the best piece of pre-tour publicity they could ever have gotten, and for free no less! I predict a sell-out for the concert there. Mick must be kicking himself for having to endure those newspaper interviews leading up to the Ireland show.
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stonehearted
QuoteHairballWe know he didn't release the Red Devils material for some reason (except one song) Because a full-length release in that style would have been hopelessly overshadowed by the outcry, "It should have been a Stones album!" Nonetheless, it is reassuring, given his ever-present penchant for chasing after the latest pop trends, that even when moonlighting away from his
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
I have the double CD. Great, once in a lifetime lineup. The Stones were a bit lackluster here, the Beatles as well not particularly memorable. The show belonged to the Moodies (despite Mike Pinder flubbing a note on Go Now) and Animals. I'll also echo the comment above on Dusty Springfield -- she along with her backing group in this show (The Echoes) opened for the Stones on one of
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stonehearted
Quotebye bye johnny Rolling Stones facing empty seats despite cut-price concert tickets Nick Bramhill April 30 2018 The Rolling Stones’ hopes of playing to a full stadium at Croke Park are starting to fade away after a heavily publicised discounted ticket promotion for their Dublin gig failed to attract fans. With less than three weeks to go until Mick Jagger and his bandmates arriv
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
So like a rock music forum -- the sort of snarky, dismissive response you'd get from a 14 year old.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Quotebuttons67 abba,s potential income and popularity would have been epic if they hadnt broke up in 1982 and continued in the same way the stones did. but i think reforming and touring is a no go. theres been too big a gap, im not saying they wont give a good show or write some decent songs but i just cant see where they expect to go with this. some things are better left alone. They h
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Nor here... There are 1,106 people there. Surely that's enough for a club gig or two?
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Eventually this thread will be merged with its predecessor.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Quotedcba Quotestonehearted I don't understand the negative reviews for this interview. It's unreadable and it's the 537th time an interviewer tries to sum up the Stones' career with a few "key" words : "Altamont", "heroin addiction", the "Redlands bust" etc etc. At least "Brian Jones" wasn't put on the table! Phew!
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
I'm surprised One Direction didn't make the list, considering how Ronnie likes them so much and the lead singer is supposed to be such a Mickalike. Here's an alphabetical list of past opening acts: The past opening act I'd most like to see open again: The Who Um, wasn't Mr. Ashcroft sued by Stones Incorporated eons ago? And now he has two opening slots while
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Obviously a box set of some kind. The clip shows a box with a tongue on it. Everyone knows the "new album" is on hold until 2019.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Quoteexhpart I feel a bit sorry for Mick. Charlie always gets a laugh when he says he doesn't know which songs are on which album and he never listens to the Rolling Stones ...I think Mick's been listening to Charlie and thought he'd say the same thing. It's more likely that he wants to be perceived as current, and that he doesn't devote his time to dwelling on things t
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stonehearted
I don't understand the negative reviews for this interview. Because it's mostly about the Stones in the historical context? But in terms of culture/entertainment, the Stones are historical figures. Especially if they keep the world waiting nearly 15 years for an album of new material. The interviewer gave him a chance to put his writing in the context of today's world,
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
50 Most Popular Rock Albums more like.
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
A one-hit wonder from 35 years ago, whose one hit didn't even make the top 20, fronted by a singer who couldn't even sing, is going to knock the Stones. Anything for free, and cheap, publicity. After all, it's what Keith does whenever there's a new tour getting underway. Why does this "Jay Jay" guy keep talking about his band like it's still in the pres
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Are any of these up on YouTube?
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Mick Jagger quote: "I don’t think you do things as quickly as you do when you’re, like, 21, you do things much more quickly than you do when you’re like, whatever age I am – I don’t want to think about it really" "It is a bit mind-boggling if you think about it, and it’s not something to be taken for granted, I think…" "After all this time when there’s so many musi
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
QuoteHairball So long story short, he's been cited in numerous publications as calling Riders on the Storm "cocktail jazz", yet in 1981 he denies he said it specifically about Riders on the Storm , and was instead referring to specifically Love Her Madly. He even goes so far to dispel the story by praising Riders on the Storm: "The Doors did go on to produce their own record
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stonehearted
QuoteHairball Quotestonehearted I cannot locate the video clip where producer Paul Rothchild gave an interview about the L.A. Woman sessions, but as I remember it he described the band in general as uninspired at the beginning of those sessions, so he just walked out leaving them in the hands of engineer Bruce Botnick. The shock of having their producer walk out on them appears to have woken them
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stonehearted
QuoteDoxaAt the time - early 80's - I get to know The Doors they had a kind of cool image for certain hispsters of the day - the sort of a counter voice for or teh flip side of the happy, shining, over positive vibes of the mainstream at the time - the people dressed in black, going 'alternative' later and so on. The coolest chicks of the day would be found among those circles...
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
I cannot locate the video clip where producer Paul Rothchild gave an interview about the L.A. Woman sessions, but as I remember it he described the band in general as uninspired at the beginning of those sessions, so he just walked out leaving them in the hands of engineer Bruce Botnick. The shock of having their producer walk out on them appears to have woken them up, and they were then able to
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stonehearted
One of the noteworthy things about Strange Days was the innovative production values. While the Beatles were recording Sgt. Pepper on 4 tracks, Strange Days was done on 8 tracks. Strange Days has a striking fullness and clarity compared to the debut.
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stonehearted
QuoteMisterDDDD Quotestonehearted QuoteMisterDDDD 42 States not played (in terms of concerts) Alaska, Maine, Mississippi, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Vermont, West Virginia, Wyoming. These states ...qualify as the "boonies" and therefore not logistically feasible. They also haven't played Antarctica -- but it doesn't mean they should, just for the sake of checking o
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3 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Love the Rough Mix album he did with Pete Townshend.
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stonehearted
QuoteMisterDDDD 42 States not played (in terms of concerts) Alaska, Maine, Mississippi, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Vermont, West Virginia, Wyoming. These states ...qualify as the "boonies" and therefore not logistically feasible. They also haven't played Antarctica -- but it doesn't mean they should, just for the sake of checking off a bucket list.
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stonehearted
Fun fact: Most of Strange Days consists of outtakes from the first album, that is, songs that were written around the same time. Demos of My Eyes Have Seen You and Moonlight Drive date back to 1965 -- in that same recording session (September 2, 1965 at World Pacific Jazz Studios in Los Angeles, CA), they also demoed 2 songs that would be on their third album, Summer's Almost Gone and
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