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8 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
QuoteCMH516 I posted this in another thread a while back, but I wonder if Ronnie Lane had remained healthy, would he have been a candidate to replace Wyman in the Stones? Something about a touring unit of Mick, Keith, Charlie, Woody, Lane, Mac and Bobby Keys just makes me smile. I'm glad I'm not the only one who has thought this! Nothing against chuck and darryl, but I love Plonk
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8 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Although I don't like very much of the dirty work album, I felt like with what they had available and a bit of refinement they could have released a decent album. Depending with how you want the track list to play (a fast and slow side, a mick and keith side or a reasonable mix on either side) you can still make a decent album. What I tried to do was stick as much to the stones formula
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8 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
I probably listen to IGMOATD the most followed by the live at Kilburn with the First Barbarians the most so I would probably say they are my favourite. But I love all of his stuff up to and including 1234. Didn't really like anything again until some of his stuff from I Feel Like Playing (2010). He has some good collaborative efforts that not everyone knows about, Mahoney's Last Stan
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8 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Quotedmay I know it may start a stampede of "You don't know what in the hell you're talikn' 'bout" comments, but as I mentioned to the missus while listening to a soul music collection from the 1960s tonight as we swam in the pool (gets damned hot here in AZ), "We had much better music back then." Then I told her I sounded like an old phart, saying such a t
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8 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
If I had to give a top ten (considering I am only 22 so my knowledge is still expanding). Stones obviously my number 1 but aside from them, my top 10 in no certain order: Faces Ronnie Wood Solo Ronnie Lane(and slim chance band) Alex Chilton Lou Reed Chuck Berry Bo Diddley Gram Parsons Beach Boys Big star I dabble with Bowie's earlier stuff for those wondering why low mention r
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8 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
I think one of the most underrated losses the stones took to their sound was the reduced use of NIcky Hopkins. He was so great when he was around and so was the band as a whole so he kind of went unnoticed. It's kind of like a good drummer. You take it for granted when they are with you but you appreciate them a whole lot more when you have someone who isn't as good.
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8 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Hi Guys, First of all sorry if these have been answered elsewhere before but I have been dying of curiosity for years! 1) Does anyone know what song Mick is singing at the start of the @#$%& blues movie (starting around 7:50 mark) and if the stones recorded it in any form? 2) Who is the blond guy in the window that Mick and Keith walk past in the waiting on a friend music video? Is he
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8 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
hey guys I was looking around could anyone please point me in the direction of an active download link? Would be greatly appreciated if anyone knew where to look I have had no luck so far. Cheers
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8 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
22 and saw my first show last year!
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8 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
I enjoyed 1234 by Ronnie too and his album with ronnie lane (mahoneys last stand) had some lovely tracks
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8 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
thanks BV it is greatly appreciated
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8 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Hey guys, I"m a bit late to the party but I'm after these if anyone has a way to get them. I checked other threads and had no luck. If anyone could could point me in the right direction it would be much appreciated! Cheers
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8 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Thanks DandelionPowderman!
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8 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Hey guys just wondering if anyone has a current link for this one? Would be greatly appreciated! Cheers
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8 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Would be really nice to see some artists band together and start their own label even. Give the middle finger to the existing major labels. Hopefully indie distributors/labels allow the artists to take back what they deserve. That being said, a lot of modern artists don't deserve any money for the rubbish they put out. Feel sorry for the good ones though.
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8 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Quotealhavu1 Sad story but they were sooooooooooo overrated I'm not gonna knock anyone who likes Nirvana, but I just can't understand the appeal myself. Seems to be a lot like punk music to me, a whole lot of style and not much substance. The songs I have heard have all been really bland/depressing to me, and not that great from a musical standpoint (to my untrained ears). I also f
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8 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
That was really good to watch, thanks wellalright! It's nice to see Charlie actually speak his thoughts very an extended time rather than short comments that he does nowadays (tired from all the media I suppose).
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9 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Just realised that there are now pages numbered 1234... video:
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9 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
I have always wondered in case anybody knows - who is the blonde guy in the window who mick and keith walk by in the waiting on a friend video? Is he somebody notable? I have checked the youtube vid comments but no like.
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9 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
That was actually cool with the animations! Would love to hear the rest of the story from that night though
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9 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Anyone got love for Kenney Jones?
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9 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
To me a back to the roots style thing wouldn't have to be blues or whatever. To me, the difference between modern stones and some of the stones stuff in the 60s that I missed most was their acoustic or obscure tracks (e.g. you got the silver and something happened to me yesterday). If they did a bit more of that I would be really happy. I feel like no bands really do many good acoustic nu
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9 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
R&R hall of fame is such a joke I can understand why some inductees have turned their nose at it. Green Day gets in this early but Lou Reed gets a posthumous induction? Yeah that makes great sense. So many subpar acts get in and so many more deserving potential inductees miss out. It is going to get even worse as well in coming times once all the terrible pop artists of the last 10-15 year
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9 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Forgive my ignorance but what was the reference about Bo Diddley estate?
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9 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
I thought that was woody? Or at least for a few days. I remember seeing an interview with Woody talking about it
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9 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
I think the other thing not mentioned so far is that all of the faces members were involved in the recordings a lot of his early work, and many of those successful songs could have been counted as songs for the band instead of Rod. This is especially notable for Ronnie Wood, who co-wrote a lot of stuff with Rod and did a lot of the guitar arrangements for Rod.
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9 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Ronnie Lane (much like all of the band members from Faces) is criminally underrated and more deserving of commercial success (although his slim chance band acknowledges this funnily enough by their namesake).
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9 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Yeah agree Lem. As a younger fan I love finding all the old promo videos, live performances and especially bootlegs. They are just amazing.
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9 ***years ***ago
woodyweaving
Great show! My left ear is still ringing haha
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