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GS1978
Life Magazine July 14, 1972 Mick Jagger Cover (article starts on page 30) Great article. Amazing photos of Mick. And this quote: "The Rolling Stones! Are they still among us? How can they be? In history's first disposable society, where everything from graceful landmarks to diapers to rock groups is used and thrown away, how can the Stones survive?"
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GS1978
here you go:
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Great footage of the 1975 tour announcement in this piece Sorry for the repost -- You beat me to it Cristiano
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People are Crazy & Times are Strange I'm locked in Tight -- I'm out of Range I used to Care -- But Things have Changed Saw Bob Dylan at Forest Hills Stadium in Queens NYC last night (51 years after he last played there, shortly after "turning electric" at the Newport Jazz Festival -- ). Similar to JimmyThe Saint's experience -- I went in with mixed expectation
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Happy Birthday Ronnie!!! Thanks for the great music & art you've shared with all of us through the years. And congratulations to you and Sally on the birth of the twins. Here are a few pics I've taken of you over the years at some amazing Rolling Stones shows. Lexington, Kentucky 11 Dec 1981 Philadelphia, PA 16 March 1999 Newark, NJ 15 December 201
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Going to the NYC Webster Hall Show on June 11th. Love the new album.
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Quotedcba QuoteDeltics Dave Davies isn't happy! Funny you can read the exact same anecdote about the the slashing of a speaker cone and the invention of the "rock sound" here... except this time Link Wray invented it! Someone must have had the idea... yes he did Rumble 1958
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Quotecrawdaddy One of my fave videos from the Tour. Mainly cos of the emotions that must have been felt by so many at that gig, as were shown by the girls on the rail towards the end. What a beautiful moment. What an amazing band. They are still moving people to tears after all these years.
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QuoteWild Slivovitz Great episode yesterday. Yes -- Great Episode. Dark, complex, moving. I'm loving this series. Terrific cast, great storyline & characters. You just have to give it time as they develop the characters and the story. Bobby Cannavale & Olivia Wilde are as good as I expected them to be. But I did not expect James Jagger as Kip Stevens (the young punk rocker
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Boston 12 June 2013 by GS1978 Happy Birthday Mick! Hope you're having a wonderful day. So happy to finally see you with the Stones 2012-2014. Hope we see you onstage again soon.
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Very sad. Athough they were a very big band and sold millions of albums, I never thought they got enough respect for the great music they created. They had a whole lot more talent and range than they get credit for. It's such a shame that Scott's demons often got more attention than his great talent and may have cut short his life. Here's a beautiful STP song about a perform
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This is what I love about this board. Great discussions Great insight Not sure if you've seen this Naturalust, but here's a quote from Chris Kimsey from an article referenced in another thread on the Start Me Up vocal session and Mick vs. Keith's mic technique What did work, when Jagger showed up for a session, was his ability to perform quickly and effectively, completing
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QuoteTurner68 One of the best interviews with Keith about guitar playing that I have heard/seen/read Absolutely. This is a magnificent -- one for the ages. Matt Sweeney breaks through the barriers & gets to the pure, unscripted, unrehearsed Keith. Bravo to Matt & the team that put this beautiful interview together.
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Happy Birthday Tom! Keep Running Down that Dream. Tom Petty at The Beacon Theatre 26 May 2013 by GS1978
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Beautiful Unique photos Well done Really captures the feel of the Stones on stage at a 1978 stadium show.
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I always loved this comment from Mick to Keith after their 2006 Super Bowl performance. Sounds like a very sincere & warm remark to his musically partner in crime following a great performance in front of their biggest TV audience ever (over 145 Million in US).
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QuoteCloudCat QuoteGS1978 QuoteCloudCat Quotewith sssoul QuoteGS1978 To me, the Rolling Stones and their music have always been about fighting thru the obstacles that life presents with a ragged grace and beauty. That attitude and their great songs and music is what set them apart. None of that has changed. Thank you for that wonderful observation and for the gorgeous photos. Hail hail
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QuoteCloudCat Quotewith sssoul QuoteGS1978 To me, the Rolling Stones and their music have always been about fighting thru the obstacles that life presents with a ragged grace and beauty. That attitude and their great songs and music is what set them apart. None of that has changed. Thank you for that wonderful observation and for the gorgeous photos. Hail hail Rolling Stones very nic
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6 ***years ***ago
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Another fantastic show by the Rolling Stones. Not much to add to what's already been said by other reviewers. Great crowd, beautiful summer night, great music. Explosive start with Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Loved Mick’s harp playing and interaction with Keith on Out of Control. Midnight Rambler continues to be a showstopper. Would have loved to hear Moonlight Mile, but I shouldn’t complain s
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great thread -- very hard to pick, but here's my list: 1. MSG 1969 or 1972 (New York City) 2. Forest National 1973 (Brussels) 3. El Mocambo 1977 (Toronto) 4. Paradiso 1995 (Amsterdam) 5. Earling Jazz Club 1962 (London) bonus show: 6. Capital Theatre 1978 (Passaic, NJ)
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Jimmy Miller played drums on YCAGWYW. I think Charlie has said that he was having a hard time getting the right feel of the song, and when Jimmy Miller sat down to show him, Charlie told him to just play it himself. As many here have noted, Jimmy Miller, in addition to being a great producer, was a talented drummer.
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This clip always gets to me. I always thought Keith dropped his guard here and spoke about Brian's death from his heart. With all the turmoil, conflict and confusing surrounding Brian's exit from the Rolling Stones and his death, it easy to forget these were young men who lost a former band mate and friend who shared the journey from a dingy flat in Edith Grove to fame, fortune, and
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GS1978
what a great setlist!
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Quoteswimtothemoon QuoteCristiano Radtke #StonesRaleigh poster by Charlotte Watts Love the poster! She obviously realized the show will be under a full moon. Has Charlotte designed any other posters for this tour? Beautiful poster. How wonderful that Charlie's granddaughter is designing some of the best posters on this tour. I'm sure the former graphic designer (he worked at
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6 ***years ***ago
GS1978
QuoteNaturalust Wow. Indeed another great show by the Stones. I'm delighted the sound was so good in that large stadium and they just rocked that KC crowd. Thanks to all for the periscope feeds and the pictures and videos. Truly amazing that we can enjoy the band on tour in this way. They just seem to be getting better and better as the tour progresses. Once again I have to give a well de
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6 ***years ***ago
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really powerful -- rattles your chest -- great tone & energy not sure you can get the full effect thru a video (or if the sound in your section isn't great), but here's a video I shot from the pit in boston in 2013 trust me, it was thrilling and the crowd loved it & btw - mick's vocal & ronnie's guitar (he plays a great quick riff off of keith's chord
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QuoteNaturalust I don't think they do. They have standard speaker monitors all over the stage and you do see both Keith and Ronnie returning to their "sweet spots" often, probably because they are more comfortable with the sound there. Seems strange since the technology is so good these days but some musicians can't stand them because the do cause a bit of a disconnect fro
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Quotetonyc That picture you have of the crowd at sunset, GS1978, on the far left of the frame, the woman and man looking at you and then continue down beyond the blue object to the two knees that would be me. Wow - Were you wearing a blue shirt with a red baseball hat with a black bill? I cropped that shot and still have original version which shows more of you. If you want a copy, email me a
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A little late, but here are a few pics from Atlanta. Another great show! Used Lucky Dip this time -- and didn't get Lucky with my seats. Sat about 2 rows from the top on the side. Saw someone behind me in Lucky Dip line pull 5th row. Still had a great time. Crowd up top was great (much younger than down below - on their feet the whole time singing and dancing), sound was very good, had
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QuoteKoen Keith may sing "We Had It All". I can hear the wind a blowing in my mind Just the way it used to sound through the Georgia pines You were there to answer when I called You and me, we had it all
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