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QuoteTheGreek Quoteerad Phish have also covered the whole of Exile, probably not to everyone's taste here, and I could understand why. It doesn't have that 'dirty' Stones exile sound, but I love it! Thank you for posting
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QuoteGasLightStreet It seems that all that matters is they did a Stones song that the Stones didn't even consider playing live until 2013, which is strange seeing that it's a rather big song. 17 minutes... The singing is rushed. And the words... "something something something - just a poor girl in a rich man's house" - WHAT!!!!!????????? If you're not going to
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Phish have also covered the whole of Exile, probably not to everyone's taste here, and I could understand why. It doesn't have that 'dirty' Stones exile sound, but I love it!
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QuoteDandelionPowderman «video not available»... Weird, maybe it's blocked in your country? Link works fine for me.
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QuoteTheGreek I like the bass , who was doing the falsetto ?was that Trey? Nah the falsetto is Mike Gordon, who is also the bass player. In fact, he is doing every vocal part.
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I know the vocals on this aren't the greatest (personally I like them haha), but Phish aren't known for their singing anyway. What do ya'll think of this cover? I really dig it, but I'm a big Phish fan.
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7 ***years ***ago
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The setlists look excellent, much better than the stagnant setlist the Stones have been playing the last couple of years.
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8 ***years ***ago
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Quotegotdablouse UMT has to be the song that's seen the most variations, fantastic in 1981, at least on Still Life, not so much at other shows, like Seattle I think, and not so good on other tours, even barely recognizable in 69 and indeed lifeless in 1997. Watching Jointrip's Atlantic City right now and they were really on fire, great versions of Undercover and Harlem Shuffle! It wa
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Quotegrzegorz67 Crikey - yet another 10 date UK & European Tour anounced for August and September. And this on top of a good handful of festival dates in Europe in the Summer. Roger's voice seems to be a lot better so they're obviously feeling up to it. I have a bad feeling he's just going to burn himself out again Also, get down here to NZ Roger & Pete!
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QuoteHMS Could be great if there werent so many SG-songs. Imo, most live albums songwise and musically are better than this one, even YaYa´s is better. Glorious L.A. Friday sits on top of all live albums, followed by extremely powerful and vital Shine A Light. Shine a Light???
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QuoteMonsoon Ragoon Ronnie in 2016 in a way looks similar to Michael Jackson in 2009 or Prince in 2016. Exhausted and thin. Like a bad caricature. Yeah he's always been thin but he seems to have lost even more weight over the past few years, he looks very gaunt as well.
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8 ***years ***ago
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^ Can't answer your question but I've got the NZ one, even more special to me since I was at the show!
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8 ***years ***ago
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Quotelem motlow Quoteboogaloojef Quotelem motlow it's actually worse than you think.....Taylor had a chance to join Bad Company when he left the stones. that might not seem like a big deal now in 2016 but Badco were THE bigtime new band in 74.they were the first band to sign on swansong and their debut was huge,they went on to have a great career through the 70's.even keith said &quo
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QuoteSocrates1 Why did he leave the band? Nobody asked him to leave. The general consensus is that he did it in large part for his health, he was surrounded by addicts and excess and was turning into one himself. He might not be here today if he had stayed in the band. Artistic reasons also no doubt played a factor, with Taylor getting bored of the musical limitations of the band but I think that
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QuoteHMS Quoteboogaloojef Mick Taylor made the right decision for him at the time by quitting. Supposedly part of the reason he quit was to get away from the drug culture of the Stones. It is easy in retrospect to say it was the wrong decision but if he is still alive because of the decision then it was the correct one for him at that time. Right or wrong decision, it doesnt matter. The Stones
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QuoteDoomandGloom Quotelatebloomer QuoteDoomandGloom I don't believe this is Mick Taylor himself writing, if it is he's gone bonkers, this is not the stuff for public moaning, he should simply show up at the opening and Dare Keith to put him out. Hard to know whose behind it, but I agree Doom that it's bad PR for both him and the Stones. I don't know what he hopes to accompl
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Quotetatters QuoteRollingFreak I guess its better than nothing. Honestly, his output since Zeppelin has always made me thought he just ran out of ideas. It makes me think the ideas were all Robert's. Nah I just think that Page never really got over the break up of Zeppelin. It was his baby after all, he put the band together, financed the first album out of his pocket and was the primar
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QuoteStoneage Okey, let's say goodbye to this thread then. Can we agree on that? My fault anyway. I didn't succeed in creating the principal discussion I was looking for. Instead people turned very defensive. Anyway, on a personal level I'm glad the Stones continued throughout the eighties an onwards. Otherwise I wouldn't have been able to go to my first Stones concert or ev
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QuoteHMS You mean the Stones should have disbanded? Not having great albums like Undercover & Dirty Work, what a loss this would have been. Not having B2B, VL & Bigger Bang would also be very sad since those albums contains lot of very good songs. Even that poor SW-album has a couple of marvelous tracks. No VL-tour, no Licks-Tour, what a loss - one of their all-time-greatest-live-peri
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8 ***years ***ago
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Some pretty bad 'shops in those pics.
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Mick was sick of his antics during tours (the legendary bath tub of champagne etc) from what I've read.
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Take your rose tinted super fan glasses off...
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From all accounts which I've read Croz just doesn't seem like a very nice person. A shame, makes me even more glad I got to see them live 3 years ago.
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Quoteerad That New Barbarians tour had some real potential, a shame Keith and Ron were so wasted. There are gigs when they weren't so wasted.. If you could shoot me an email to eradster@gmail.com with some links I would be ever so grateful man
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That New Barbarians tour had some real potential, a shame Keith and Ron were so wasted.
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QuoteStoneburst QuoteS.T.P God I love Taylor! Thanks for the upload. There are loads of good stuff out there It would be very welcome if he had put together a live cd from the late eighties... Stranger In This Town is from '89, I think (although it's a little difficult to get hold of these days) and his late 80s tours are pretty heavily bootlegged - if you haven't heard it, this
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8 ***years ***ago
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Sounds like me with Zeppelin and to a lesser extent the Stones.
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Johnny Thunders does a pretty good version.
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8 ***years ***ago
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I've got this on double vinyl, Blind Date I think it's called.
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Just listened to Worried About You, one of my favourite songs. Pretty solid performance but I must say that Ronnie's solo didn't really seem to go anywhere, the best performance of this track in recent times that I've heard was Toronto 2013 imo.
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