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Rokyfan
QuoteTaylor1 Quotepadre69 I'd like to see a Pittsburgh clip of GS, where Keith is seen playing that intro. For some reason he seems to be hidden during the opening riff. Wasn't there a speculation from the St.Louis gig that an extra guitar was heard in some song? Neither Ronnie or Keith was seen playing, but a guitar was audible.Maybe Matt Clifford on a synth? Yes, most of the music
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2 ***years ***ago
Rokyfan
Quotespikenyc Georgina for the win!!! She looks like her dad. Paris, not so much.
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2 ***years ***ago
Rokyfan
QuoteThe Sicilian Please, stay home and watch the videos. But while you're at it, describe Charlie's swing for us. I give you credit for persistence, signore. I remember after Charlie’s death all the tributes noting how distinctive Charlie’s sound was, how it was the One Thing that made the stones different from all other bands. And all the drummers explaining why from a technical
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2 ***years ***ago
Rokyfan
Mick just said they can only do two ballads a show so there’s no room It would be rough without Nicky anyway I agree, one of their all time best songs Howards fave also.
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2 ***years ***ago
Rokyfan
I loved that he played Let it Loose, the gem of Exile,and asked why they never play it.
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2 ***years ***ago
Rokyfan
I wonder if he’ll bring up Keith’s remarks about Micks Member in the book. He’s talked about it often, attacking Keith for saying such things
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Rokyfan
Too bad this didn't happen when Howard's interviews were actually good. Look for lots of stuff about how Mick's success results from trying to please his father. That's the standard Howard interview these days (at least before i stopped listeing to him).
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2 ***years ***ago
Rokyfan
Quotelougio The simple answer to this Brown Sugar issue is to play 20 songs. Several shows over the last few tours have had 20 songs. It’s not that unusual. There is no "Brown Sugar" issue there is only people's speculation as to why they didn't play it. It's not a cancel culture question anyway because there was NO movement calling on them not to play it. Mick ha
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2 ***years ***ago
Rokyfan
Quotegeorgemcdonnell314 Very well said Steff! Quotesteffialicia Quotegeorgemcdonnell314 Drwatts is right. Just ignore the negativity. It doesn't matter what you say on here someone will respond with a negative reply. Quotedrwatts QuoteJustin It's very disappointing to read people label that moment between the three Stones as "awkward" or "cheesy." It's
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Rokyfan
Quotematxil QuoteThe Sicilian Thinking about it from that point of view, it didn't occur to me they didn't play the song to pander to the woke crowd. If that's true it's horrible. That being said, if it is true, we'll never hear "Slave" now. It's not horrible at all not wanting to offend a large group of people who have been on the receiving end of gros
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2 ***years ***ago
Rokyfan
QuotePhillyFAN I have read Brown Sugar was written when MJ was much younger.An ode to slavery amd beating black women and basically forcing them to get down on your knees for oral sex was never okay.MJ's first child is black woman. Great music and beat tho but the lyrics are foul.I wonder the reception if a black man sang a song about beating and forcing white women to have oral sex? Wo
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Rokyfan
QuoteNate QuoteRokyfan Nate, if you pointed out that there are very few works of art, throughout history, that do not offend someone, you would be correct. Many times that's the point. And censorship and the rising support of it is a huge modern problem, I agree. At the same time, Big Al did not call for censorship or changing lyrics, he said he didn't think it would be appropriate
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Rokyfan
Nate, if you pointed out that there are very few works of art, throughout history, that do not offend someone, you would be correct. Many times that's the point. And censorship and the rising support of it is a huge modern problem, I agree. At the same time, Big Al did not call for censorship or changing lyrics, he said he didn't think it would be appropriate for Mick to sing the s
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2 ***years ***ago
Rokyfan
After the show they are completely spent and do not "mingle" with anyone they leave immediately via limo. It's been that way forever, nothing to do with covid. Really, have you seen them play? "Mingle" and take photos after the show? No.
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2 ***years ***ago
Rokyfan
Quoteerad Quoteribbelchips I truly hope this isn't an attempt to make Stones songs 'woke' Because Fu*ck Woke! If not: Some words or phrases are 'Out of Time'(phun intended) nowadays of course. But to me it's just the Zeitgeist. And that has it's charm. Phones don't have rotary dials anymore for example, but we perfectly understand what Jagger means.
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Rokyfan
Quoteribbelchips I truly hope this isn't an attempt to make Stones songs 'woke' Because Fu*ck Woke! If not: Some words or phrases are 'Out of Time'(phun intended) nowadays of course. But to me it's just the Zeitgeist. And that has it's charm. Phones don't have rotary dials anymore for example, but we perfectly understand what Jagger means. And
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Rokyfan
Quotemakemeburnthecandle I’d like to become a friend of the Kraft family. Please make any recommendations to assist with this goal. Thanks in advance! If you’re in the quick massage business that would help.
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Rokyfan
Truly shocking. She was a star of the stones internet community from the beginning. First met her at the Glimmer Gatherings at Giants Stadium during the bridges tour. Seems like yesterday A tour with no Charlie and no Debbie Tiger. The bad news just doesn’t stop
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2 ***years ***ago
Rokyfan
Rolling Stone died years before Charlie Now just a rag not fit for the birdcage The numbskulls who now run it should look up who their paper was named after Really?? How many rock stars got a cover when they died? An actual rolling stone dies and gets a brush off He deserves BOTH a cover now and a special issue later
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Rokyfan
QuoteTopi Quotemickschix Many of the songs I'd love to hear are 4 chord wonders from the 60's...not hard to master...like " Connection" or " She Smiled Sweetly"..or even " 2000 Light Years From Home " which they opened with YEARS AGO! ( maybe not as easy as some others) My question is why rehearse so many songs and end up with basically the same 17 tunes
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Rokyfan
Re the Boston Globe’s investigative journalism: 1. If the stones are in Boston they are rehearsing, not eating chowder or visiting bunker hill 2. They will not rehearse at a stadium for weeks they never do that 3. Who is old friends with anyone in the Eagles??
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Rokyfan
Easy Rider soundtrack an obvious classic, kicks the s*** out of AG. Valley Girl another great classic soundtrack. - different genre obviously.
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2 ***years ***ago
Rokyfan
Sure they love what they do. The fact that they net millions per show is a big part of why they love it. Let’s be real. And it’s not a knock at all.
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2 ***years ***ago
Rokyfan
QuoteMore Hot Rocks QuoteWitness Especially at this time I don't find it warranted, but instead tasteless for me as a casual Rolling Stones fan either to advise or prophesize. I'd rather not do that later even, as I consider their choice the prerogative of the band's core members. Ought we not as fans have some respect towards them that way? I feel the same way. People please j
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2 ***years ***ago
Rokyfan
Had resisted tears until reading the tributes from the dog lovers. No better people
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2 ***years ***ago
Rokyfan
Charlie Watts was a man who lived his life the way he wanted, never seems to have hurt a fly and did nothing but bring joy and happiness to millions of people. We celebrate a life like this. We don’t mourn for Charlie we mourn for ourselves who go on in a world a little darker, with this reminder that we’re all just a blink of an eye.
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2 ***years ***ago
Rokyfan
QuoteCindyC Let people say what they want to say... everyone is different. It is too early for me to think about what this means for the band/shows. I just am thinking of the loss, and it is profound. How quaint. The idea that everyone is entitled to their opinion without being called a f**** as**+++. What a pre internet idea of communication
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2 ***years ***ago
Rokyfan
Thank you mr DDDD for reposting those various tributes here
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Rokyfan
Quotejbwelda paywalled, could you or someone summarize what happened after the thing was called off? Was it performed in front of a vacant audience? I mean more vacant than usual? thanks jb CNN vamped for a few hours. Barry Manilow sang a personalized version of (M)Andy to M. Cooper.
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