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8 ***years ***ago
Thrylan
Thrylan Dylan.....I'm a sarcastic a$$hole. I like Porters and Stouts, I smoke cigars and I smoke.........well, you get it. I argue a lot, but value the opinions of those I argue with a great deal..... Now I'm uncomfortable. Is this an AA meeting?
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8 ***years ***ago
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QuoteFlatulentBubbles Is "Bridges to Babylon" as good as "Sticky Fingers"? Remember the B2B thread that would not die? Remember the folks clamoring for a Deluxe B2B reissue?
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8 ***years ***ago
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QuoteNaturalust Quotedonvis Just listening to this closely today. I hear 2 acoustic guitars, one in each channel. Am I mistaken? Could be one guitar track, Ronnie's 12-string. Do they both have that jangely 12-string sound? Are they playing the exact same thing? Doubling tracks with a slight delay in one speaker was/is a common studio technique to fatten up the guitar sound. You'
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8 ***years ***ago
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I think we can all agree that monetarily, both parties benefit mutually. However, the Stones are no doubt concerned to a certain extent about "artistic integrity", and rightfully so. That being said, most of the stuff we want should eventually become available. But this is the Stones.....
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8 ***years ***ago
Thrylan
Slow learner....
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8 ***years ***ago
Thrylan
QuoteBeforeTheyMakeMeRun QuoteThrylan Quotedcba Don't laugh (yet) but DW would be a good candidate : there's a bunch of good songs that sound nothing the album we know and which would make a nice 3-cd set : "Crushed Pearl" the sublime "What Am I Gonna Do With Your Love" etc etc. I can live without an alt version of "Fight" or "Winning Ugly" bu
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8 ***years ***ago
Thrylan
In two years I think I've went from very young to old on this board- demographics......
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8 ***years ***ago
Thrylan
Not to be argumentative, but in interviews, didn't Mick and Keith contradict each of some, particularly on the extent of MT's involvement? You know how these guys can be in interviews. Get me Dom Was!!! Lol
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8 ***years ***ago
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QuoteHMS I donĀ“t even know these songs. Honestly, if you're serious, go educate yourself- both are important tracks that transcend their period.
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8 ***years ***ago
Thrylan
Quotedcba Don't laugh (yet) but DW would be a good candidate : there's a bunch of good songs that sound nothing the album we know and which would make a nice 3-cd set : "Crushed Pearl" the sublime "What Am I Gonna Do With Your Love" etc etc. I can live without an alt version of "Fight" or "Winning Ugly" but "Invitation" or "Talk
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8 ***years ***ago
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QuoteBlueranger Quoteliddas QuoteBlueranger Quoteliddas I would have included Claudine, We had it all, Tallahassee Lassie, but I am not too sure. Re: loving cup - isn't that a mish mash of two takes? C It is, but there is no overdubs. As for alternate takes and untouched songs, Kowalski has nailed it, although Petrol Gang is also unaltered. Modern or old mish mash? C No
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8 ***years ***ago
Thrylan
Let me add, being a great front man isn't all about pure vocal talent, just like guitar players, Zak Wylde can play circles around damn near anyone, but he might not be in my guitar top 10. David Lee Roth isn't a great vocalist, but he is the archetype for that style of front man. I guess they are two separate questions.
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8 ***years ***ago
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To your point, I was delighted when I heard the CYHMK alternate take, caught me off guard really. It's a very fine line. While I love SG deluxe, 3 tracks stand out, Claudine (ironically I already had it), Yellow Cab and Love You Too Much, I thought several others were "touched too much", Spare Parts and Loving Cup from Exile are examples of this. With alternative takes, you don
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8 ***years ***ago
Thrylan
Mick has the good sense to leave his shirt on.....
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8 ***years ***ago
Thrylan
Absolutely!!! B2B and SW are awful, IMO. SW is nearly all Vegas, save ME,SSS and SA. And B2B is an overt attempt by Mick to take the power back, hip producers and all. You can say VL sounds dated, but B2B is the one I NEVER listen to, and SW might be the ONLY one I don't have on CD......that's a statement.
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8 ***years ***ago
Thrylan
As a completing, I'd like to see 2 complete shows from every tour since 69'......pre 69', I'll take what I can get! Love live shows, love to hear songs evolve tour to tour, and even within a tour.
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8 ***years ***ago
Thrylan
You have heard BTR 10,000 times, and you haven't heard AG nearly that much, and there is a reason........Born to Run by a mile. Instead of AG, how about Don't Do Me Like That?? Closer for me.
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8 ***years ***ago
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QuoteTheGreek emotional rescue should get the deluxe treatment .there should be many leftover tracks from Pathe Marconi sessions and i think from Montserate (if i am correcet about that location )and i also think they laid down tracks in Paris also Personally, this might be my greatest hope. As a youngster, I became interested in the Stones @ 1980- SSC hooked me! When I hear Love You Too Much
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8 ***years ***ago
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Quotedandelion1967 QuoteDoctorFreddie Quote1962 I really hope an early (1963-1967) outtakes, demos, covers, lives box-release! While not my first choice, I'd be very interested in outtake originals. I would prefer this to aborted cover songs. It would be interesting to hear their own growth process...... Particularly 66'-67'.
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8 ***years ***ago
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Quotepepganzo Hasn't got the ABKCO Music & Records, Inc.the rights/copyrights on Let It Bleed and BB (and the older albums)?. I think that they'll release a deluxe edition of Tattoo You or SW. But I'd like to listen to some live concerts from 1970 or 1972 in good quality not an outtakes disc with the original one. Anyway I think that their best deluxe edition is Some Gir
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8 ***years ***ago
Thrylan
QuoteBeforeTheyMakeMeRun QuoteThrylan On the latest, the live stuff is really cool, but I was somewhat disappointed in the "bonus" outtakes disc. I like it, but they left some really good,(better IMO) material off. Will there be a LIB bonus I wonder? The timeline is very close, and we know they've blurred it before- Title 5 comes to mind immediately. I thought for sure we'd ge
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8 ***years ***ago
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Quotespunky What about Beggars Banquet? Would be nice withsongs as Pay your dues, Family, Hamburger to go, Highway Child and the making of Sympathy For The Devil I'm game, but it is a little early to include the regrettable omissions from SF. Frankly, there may only be 1 or 2 albums that they couldn't do this with. Personally, I actually prefer ABB to B2B, but I don't think I n
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8 ***years ***ago
Thrylan
QuoteKoen I prefer Voodoo Stew and Brew At this moment, I have SG bonus neck and neck with the original.It happens, good sessions.
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8 ***years ***ago
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QuoteHMS Most outtakes/demo versions/alternate takes stay in the archives for good reason. May they never see the light of day. Well, we've already heard most of this stuff in various forms, and moving forward, beyond LIB, you've got Save Me, Drift Away, etc..... Late 70's have Munich Hilton, Fiji Jim, Misty Roads....etc. While I would buy and appreciate a new album- All th
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8 ***years ***ago
Thrylan
Right now, I would rank the 3 bonus discs in this order, 1)SG 2)Exile 3)SF. On the latest, the live stuff is really cool, but I was somewhat disappointed in the "bonus" outtakes disc. I like it, but they left some really good,(better IMO) material off. Will there be a LIB bonus I wonder? The timeline is very close, and we know they've blurred it before- Title 5 comes to mind immedi
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8 ***years ***ago
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Quotedmay As someone posted, LARS needs to be played fluckin' loud which I am now doing. What a great mix of music and words. Michael Bloomfield's guitar work is wow as already noted above. Kooper on organ is something else considering he wasn't there to play keys but guitar. And Dylan, what a punk snarl he's throwing out. He sounds piss*d as hell at somebody and is letting &#
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8 ***years ***ago
Thrylan
Screw Rubin......Clapton is relatively inactive, get Doyle Bramhall II.
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8 ***years ***ago
Thrylan
To me, the last good guitar tour. From this point on Chuck started to really dominate. Just because the guitars are loud, doesn't necessarily mean they are driving things.
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8 ***years ***ago
Thrylan
QuoteTonyMo QuoteThrylanTo MT's defense, it's tough to sit in the wings, then solo on demand. Ain't that the truth. I could never manage it and I'm an excellent, accomplished player. Couldn't imagine.......I'm average, but when I play with others, there's usually 15-30 minutes of loose jamming, then gradually building to wherever you go. Wrap your head aro
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8 ***years ***ago
Thrylan
Honestly, I preferred the LIS/MM combo for the intro to the "Voodoo" portion. This may be due to my absolute distaste for the post breakup Sympathy.......nice research fellas.
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