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7 ***years ***ago
GS1978
Mick gave such a beautiful, soulful performance on Worried About You. They really seem to enjoy playing it. Although the song dates back to the Black and Blue sessions it still feels fresh, alive and relevant. I'm seeing the Paris show -- hope they play it there.
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8 ***years ***ago
GS1978
Sam Cutler This such a great shot. All 5 of the Stones are beaming -- they all seem so amused by something someone said at this press conference. Anyone know the context. Very rare to see all of them smiling together. 1973 tour?
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8 ***years ***ago
GS1978
Quote lem motlow and could someone find and print keiths take on the whole thing from the 1971 interview in rolling stone magazine,its still pretty fresh in his mind at that point -i have a copy of it and cant seem to find it anywhere. ------------------ I have it, but not scanned. It's a great interview. Rolling Stone Magazine, August 1971, inteview by Robert Greenfield. - swiss
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8 ***years ***ago
GS1978
Looks like Tongue/Pit - PELOUSE VIP still available thru Event Travel they're more expensive and the extras aren't worth it, but if it's only option and you can swing it, 357 GBP (593 USD) isn't too bad (compared to US show rates). Just hope stage isn't too high.
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8 ***years ***ago
GS1978
some press from this show:
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8 ***years ***ago
GS1978
Great detailed article on the show in Feb 1973 Rolling Stone by Ben Fong-Torres and they definitely did MR as an encore: "And for an encore, the world's greatest rock & roll band performs "Midnight Rambler," Mick leaned into the mike now to play harp; sprawled, now, on top of the painted dragons, covered, now, by smoke. Finally, on the duralon, two hours since th
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8 ***years ***ago
GS1978
think he says "well I'm sure I'm about to go" it's around 11:30 here: or maybe not
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8 ***years ***ago
GS1978
here you go great pics
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8 ***years ***ago
GS1978
I remember watching this great interview with Mick on ABC. When the interviewer compared Mick's on stage performance to Olympic athletes, Mick had that great quote that most musicians don't train for their gigs "they just stand there scratching their beards and getting stoned."
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8 ***years ***ago
GS1978
I think Mick is saying: "He's trying to upstage us." Joking about Marlon (young fellow) interrupting the interview>
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8 ***years ***ago
GS1978
Great show despite what appeared to be a few minor technical problems and a few obvious (IORR into) and not so obvious mistakes. The band fought thru them and played a fantastic set. The energy and intensity of this band is astounding. My 1st time in the pit -- which was a real thrill, but a bit of a challenge since I'm using crutches because of a serious foot injury. Thanks to all t
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8 ***years ***ago
GS1978
QuoteMax'sKansasCity QuoteDoomandGloom QuoteMax'sKansasCity Quotemjmjr QuoteDoomandGloom That's the best Mick vocal I've ever heard.. Wow.. I love that guy Greatest front man ever!... and timeless We get jaded around here but then I listen to those 2 minutes and I know I'm not totally nuts. Talk about Daltry, Stewert or Plant, they don't still have it like t
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8 ***years ***ago
GS1978
Quoterollingon Quotecrumbling_mice That is truly breathtaking...I so hope they keep this in the set list. Mr Jagger, if you are reading this please use Mick Taylor more, it will go down as the tour to end all tours and it would be a fitting tribute to The Rolling Stones - The Greatest Rock n Roll band in the world. We don;t need special guests on guitars, just unleash Taylor and let it rock!
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9 ***years ***ago
GS1978
thank you bv your love for the stones, your talent & your hard work has connected hundreds of thousand (probably millions) of stones fans around the world we are lucky to have you -- the rolling stones are lucky to have you here's to a great 2013 rolling stones tour -- and here's to you bv!
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9 ***years ***ago
GS1978
QuoteDandelionPowderman For the posters who want Taylor on Let It Loose: Wouldn't that be a "wasted" opportunity? Taylor didn't play on the studio recording. And much of his rhythm guitar track was wiped from Little Queenie on Ya Ya's. I agree it would probably be cool with Taylor on these songs, hence it would be interesting hearing what others think he could contr
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9 ***years ***ago
GS1978
Here's how I think they can freshen up their set list with a few rarer songs, transition Mick Taylor in and out beautifully, and pay tribute to former members and some of the great musician who have played on stage with the Stone through the years. Immediately after Keith's set: Keith plays the opening riff to Can't You Hear Me Knocking -- Mick Jagger & Mick Taylor step
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9 ***years ***ago
GS1978
QuoteDoomandGloom QuotePalace Revolution 2000 QuoteDoomandGloom 78 Some Girls @ JFK in Philly. Is there a bootleg of this? I was in there w/ you. A little kid but in there. Philly madness My first show too. Right up in front. Slept in parking lot by the gate. Real Philly madness. Great article on that day in Billboard magazine. You can find it in July 29, 1978 issue on pages 40 & 4
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9 ***years ***ago
GS1978
Chris Really enjoying this book. Great idea. Very cool to read about the events and places I attended. I'm sure the content will get deeper and richer as IORRers continue to weigh-in. I realize this stops at 1981, but I hope you update it someday to cover post 1981. I live in NJ, but often attend Connecticut shows (much easier to get very good seats at a decent price) . I know you don&
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9 ***years ***ago
GS1978
Happy Birthday Chris! Love your new book. Hope the Stones do some west coast shows early next year so you and other west coast IORRers can see them soon.
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9 ***years ***ago
GS1978
no, not pure blues, but clearly same bloodlines great songs & guitar tone and they swing great band here's a very good example give it a listen
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9 ***years ***ago
GS1978
QuoteEdith Grove QuoteMRJIMMMY all my friends are junkies Sorry to hear that. but that's not really true
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9 ***years ***ago
GS1978
QuoteNeddieFlanders One of my all-time favourites. I always wondered what SIS stands for. Is it refering to the S.I.S. (LAPD's Special Investigation Section)? N Probably refers to UK's SIS. The Secret Intelligence Service, better know as MI6
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9 ***years ***ago
GS1978
Great read Chris -- Really interesting stuff. Very appropriate coming on the heels of the 50th Anniversary shows. I loved the Jimmy Hutmaker / YCAGWYW story. Even if it was all in Jimmy's imagination, it shows the impact the Stones had on communities all across America even from the very early days.
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9 ***years ***ago
GS1978
I saw all 3 NY/NJ shows and his exploding energy hit just the right note, helped fire up the crowd and really connected with the hardcore fans. (so please -- Monkeytonkman, tell us this was you and not some actor)
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9 ***years ***ago
GS1978
Great track Great groove Hidden gem - well know to real fans, completely unknown to casual fans A masterpiece
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9 ***years ***ago
GS1978
Happy Birthday Keith! Thanks for the 50 years of great music. Thanks for your style and your attitude. Thanks for an amazing 50th anniversary run - you look and sound Happy & Healthy. (I bet even Stu's proud of you). Here's to many more years of health, happiness & rock 'n' roll, mate -- You're one of a kind. God Bless You and Your Family! ph
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9 ***years ***ago
GS1978
QuoteNoCode0680 Quotevodolngr Quotehbwriter is brian ever shown on those screens? Yeah, I saw him on the screen tonight, don't remember which song, but they had photos of the band from the 60s. I didn't pay that much attention to the screens when I first watched it, but I'm re-watching it, and while I'm still not paying all that much attention, I did notice that during "
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9 ***years ***ago
GS1978
QuoteOpenGspot Wish I had the shot of Bruce giving Keith a kiss on the cheek - this is the closest I had, just missed it. This is a terrific shot even if you missed the kiss. Here's one I took from sec 114, not sure if this is the kiss or he's just talking in his ear. I'm sure someone has a better one somewhere.
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9 ***years ***ago
GS1978
"I cannot forget the warmth in Springsteen's eyes as he was on stage with them. It was beautiful to watch. There was no competition on that stage. Just sheer joy". jumpingkentflash ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You're right jumpingkentflash -- It was a thing of beauty. Despite the ppv marketing and worldwide aud
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9 ***years ***ago
GS1978
Another incredible show. The Rolling Stones had Newark buzzing all night. Not much to add, you all saw & heard it. Here are a few shots from the street and the rafters.
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