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stonehearted
I would like to echo the sentiments of some posters above regarding jazz. Every now and again I encounter a sublime piece of music in the field of jazz, about which I know so little. There are many other great pieces in that genre I've never heard. I don't know, just lazy I guess. In more recent times I acquired a CD comp that included all the instrumental hits of 1959, ever
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stonehearted
Mars bars -- the "faithfull" swear by it...
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stonehearted
So Mick Taylor's a keyboardist now. Someone should start a Taylor vs. Stu thread. Or Taylor vs. McLagan. Or Taylor vs. Hopkins...
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QuoteCristiano Radtke Quotestonehearted The Animals are great. They are great indeed! By any chance, do you know anything about this recording from the Eric Burdon Band? I first heard this version almost 30 years ago on the radio and I was amazed at how good it was. Thankfully, I recorded that on a cassette tape which was played to death. This is probably my favorite version of House of The
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4 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
QuoteElmo LewisI also need to mention Small Faces. There's a great 36-track compilation you can start with: Hits, Misses, Thrashers & Crashers. More soulful than you'd think, like Steve Marriott's impassioned take of Every Little Bit Hurts:
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4 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
The Doors are also great. If you like their well-known material, you'll like their more obscure stuff -- it still has that highly adept and unique blend of musicianship. Below are a few examples. I Looked At You, a lean and snappy uptempo rocker showing the influence of the band Love on their sound, from their debut album: I Can't See Your Face In My Mind, the second to las
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4 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
The Animals are great. Like the Stones, their first album is covers -- John Lee Hooker, Fats Domino, some Chuck Berry, etc. They are of course primarily known for their mid-60s (classic) lineup, but did you know... ...that the 1968 incarnation of the band had Andy Summers on guitar, a decade before he joined the Police? Their 1968 album Love Is is a masterpiece. Have a listen to th
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4 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
Yes and no. Wood toured the U.S. twice in 1975. When he did so with the Stones, he was still a member of The Faces. Wood officially became a Rolling Stone in February 1976. The Faces announced their break-up in December 1975.
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stonehearted
At first I was going to say something sarcastic, like one poster above about living in his house. But I very much understand the spirit of the question. My answer: I live in a state of mind that excludes all things twenty-worst century. I was born in 1966, but growing up in the 80s presented a problem, because the music just didn't sound right. I never understood my contemporaries g
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stonehearted
Great subtleties in his playing, really understood how to get guitar lines to make a song "breathe". Without Lindsey Buckingham, Fleetwood Mac can no longer do this:
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stonehearted
Colin Blunstone of The Zombies. Saw them in 2017 when they played their 1967 album Odessey and Oracle from start to finish, replicating the original work entirely note for note. The Zombies from the 2013 SummerStage Concert Series (FULL SHOW):
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stonehearted
QuotekeithsmanBill said that the reason he didn't ever take hard drugs was because of his obsessive nature, he took to weed once and said he couldn't put it down for a year, it completely consumed him. In Stone Alone, he said he began smoking it to help him to quit cigarettes, so he replaced tobacco with cannabis. What that means is, every time he would like up a cigarette, he woul
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4 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
"Mick Jagger, the new Lizzie Birdsworth!"
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stonehearted
A Rolling Stone gathers no Moss.
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stonehearted
Quotegeorgelicks It should not surprise us if the new album is released sometime in 2019, on the back of a new US tour and with a TICKET BUNDLE deal. A new album this year is not so sure anymore, people at Universal is looking at 2019 too. About the new material, they have many backing tracks and half done stuff, but not all the songs are that great, too much uneven stuff and average songs,
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stonehearted
If Mick looks bored or mad or frustrated, etc., he's thinking as the photo is snapped, "Oh, sod it! Those bloody IORR obsessives are gonna be taking a whole day or two of their lives guessing what I'm thinking!"
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4 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
One could also say that Lennon died the day he met Yoko.
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stonehearted
"Yeah, I’d completely forgotten about playing bass on "Yer Blues" with John Lennon, Eric , and Mitch ." Wow!
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stonehearted
Speaking of Mac Davis, remember A Little Less Conversation, the song they dressed up for re-release sometime around 2000? Here's the original recording from '68, a movie clip from Live A Little, Love A Little:
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stonehearted
Elvis was the first to record the Mac Davis song In The Ghetto, which was his big comeback hit in 1969, a couple releases ahead of Suspicious Minds:
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stonehearted
A really nice one from 1970, Kentucky Rain:
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stonehearted
Quotejohn lomax Ronnie just posted a video on Twitter of him in the recording studio playing bass - hopefully working on the new Stones album... Or even better, working up material for a new album from The Jeff Beck Group.
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stonehearted
Quoterollmops Quotebitusa2012 That looks a lot like one of Keith's arthritic hands to me...huge knuckles! But who (apart from those IN the room!) knows?.... No disrespect but I don't think that nowadays' Keith would ever be standing up next to a seated sir Mick, watching him being interviewed. Rockandroll, Mops It's obviously a tech, who would be working for the guy on the
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stonehearted
That quote by Lennon is a bit naïve, as are, frankly, some of the comments above. Elvis never joined the army, he was drafted. Age 23 is a bit late to be called up, when there are no wars and plenty of 18 and 19 year olds to forcibly enlist. By the time Lennon was 23, England had long since abandoned its National Service requirements. Elvis did some fine things later on, like Suspicio
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stonehearted
This year, it's just the Rhythm Kings, without Bill:
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4 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
It's kind of amusing that Macca can't seem to find another stylist to dye his hair. Is hair dye really that complex that you need someone else to do it? You can re-color your hair through your diet -- just add blackstrap molasses and sesame seeds as staples, though it'll take a couple years of shedding cycles to complete the process. Paul was noticeably silver-haired more tha
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stonehearted
Quotestone4everBTW where can i find the pre-production mixes of Steel Wheels ? Can't remember where I got mine, a mail order source. There are two versions out there. One is the sessions, that's Training Wheels. Then there's the pre-production "monitor mixes": that's Steel Wheels Outtakes. In the "monitor mixes", where the band is in t
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4 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
That's the Ed Sullivan Show. Only the singer is live.
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4 ***years ***ago
stonehearted
This is the first of the Pink Three albums. But I guess most fans accept it, so long as it's Roger Waters is fronting the Pink Three. A lot of fans have a problem with David Gilmour's later version of the Pink Three.
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stonehearted
I'd say the production values of A Bigger Bang are especially dreadful. The over compression just squeezes the dynamics right out of the music. You don't think production values make a difference? Just listen to the pre-production mixes of Steel Wheels -- the so-called Training Wheels boot. Sounds fantastic. The problem most people have with Dirty Work is the sound. If th
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