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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
QuoteRocky Dijon While admittedly taken aback by lem's question, keithsman's indignation would go a lot further if you hadn't decided the million-selling SHE'S THE BOSS was rejected by Stones fans because Mick sang so effeminately you thought he was coming out as bisexual. Man, you can't make this stuff up if you tried. Somebody get Mike Love's brother in here
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
Quotelem motlow Quotekeithsman QuoteGasLightStreet And it can be argued that the quality of Stones albums has dwindled considerably ever since, with Mick (and Keith, to a lesser extend it seems) writing songs for solo albums and having the "I'll save this one for the Stones" moments that, not that I have any numbers, doesn't seem to have worked out very well. That aside, I
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
Quoteryanpow Quotebv He just made a record, it is not like he went on and shot somebody. Not that we know of... Well he wouldn't whack someone but he knows a man who could.
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
QuoteGasLightStreet And it can be argued that the quality of Stones albums has dwindled considerably ever since, with Mick (and Keith, to a lesser extend it seems) writing songs for solo albums and having the "I'll save this one for the Stones" moments that, not that I have any numbers, doesn't seem to have worked out very well. That aside, I liked it when it came out. It
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
I love Clapton, he's up there as a player and person with ( although obviously completely different ) Keith, inspired by so much of what he's written and performed over the years, but due to Eric's age i can't enjoy these lackluster solo's, I'd just rather remember the way he was when he was on fire. I know he was being sympathetic to Roonie on stage and sharing t
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
QuoteMathijs Quotekeithsman By ''he blew it'', you mean he expressed frustration and dissapointment when Jagger invited him to a Stones celebration that logistically Taylor had no chance of attending in time. Big deal. Unless you know more. No they blew it when on tour. They turned themselves into persona non grata after several actions they took, they wore out their welc
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
QuoteSpud I can understand that many folks don't get the glorious, chaotic noise that is the Rolling Stones on stage ...but It's odd from someone who loves them on record. That tense timing and looseness is there on record too ...different day, different sounds & arrangement ...but just the same unique energy. Anybody could play the notes, live or on records, but not quite
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
By ''he blew it'', you mean he expressed frustration and dissapointment when Jagger invited him to a Stones celebration that logistically Taylor had no chance of attending in time. Big deal. Unless you know more.
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
QuoteTheflyingDutchman This one doesn't hurt either. One of the many best ever versions of this song, it's genius, by 73' the Stones were so good with Taylor they were in perfect harmony as musicians, playing in the moment, but nothing lasts at that level for long, like great empires they implode. I have this theory humans can't handle perfection for long in a co
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
If anyone needs to be reminded of what Mick Taylor brought and brings to a Stones show listen to this. It's beyond words, the intensity is almost too much, and to think when he toured with them on the 50th Anniversary shows they didn't include him on Gimme Shelter. You don't even need backing singers, Mick's guitar does it all.
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
Quotebobo All this fuzz about a guy that left the band of his own will for over 45 years ago, it amazes me. Yes yes we know he left of his own accord but it's tragic. What's all the fuss about you say ?? Have you heard him play with the Stones, Taylor and the Stones is the best combination of Rock music ever heard, period. It's just so sad for all concerned, what should and
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
I know it's a bad thing to have thought, but going back over a period of 30 year's, part of me hoped Ronnie would leave the band or get fired so Mick Taylor could return to playing with them. Nothing against Ronnie personally but this band would be beyond comparison with Taylor and Keith as it once was. I see Keith and Taylor as the best band in the world and that would have continue
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
Yeah I'd love it to happen, but i felt that there was some jealousy going on last time, they didn't really want to use him, it was like OK here's Mick Taylor ladies and gentlemen now get off the stage before the audience notices you are channeling something on a higher stratosphere to what we can play. I don't think they expected him to be that good, when he had the chance
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
QuoteNikkei Quotekeithsman QuoteNikkei Quotekeithsman Well exactly, it's insulting our intelligence, you could say the Stones have completely lost the plot. Retiredog thinks they are saving it for something, 2022 60th anniversary, but that's a bit unlikely, time most definitely isn't on their side. That is so very darn likely that you just don't wanna see it. Time is
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keithsman
QuoteNikkei Quotekeithsman Well exactly, it's insulting our intelligence, you could say the Stones have completely lost the plot. Retiredog thinks they are saving it for something, 2022 60th anniversary, but that's a bit unlikely, time most definitely isn't on their side. That is so very darn likely that you just don't wanna see it. Time is not a factor when they are
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
IANBILLEN. Not sure if working on or writing makes an awful lot of difference in the context of working towards completion , he didn't say he was working towards the final touches, i got the impression things were not at the finalising or finishing stage . Working on might have meant Goats Head Soup. Going back a couple years now, Ronnie and Charlie were in an interview together
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
QuoteGasLightStreet Quoteretired_dog Quotekeithsman QuoteNikkei If they're still capable of deceiving you, that's on you. This contempt thing is a chuckle. Was already wondering when Mick's ineptitude would come into it, but you never disappoint I'm consistent, and over time my thoughts usually turn out right. Crosseyed Heart was a blow to Mick's ego, it was shocking
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
Okay tired dog that's enough, calm down mate, it's only rock and roll, perhaps we are taking all this a bit too seriously. Have a good weekend.
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
Quoteretired_dog Quotekeithsman QuoteGasLightStreet Mick in 1989: I was so insistent that we put out a new album, because I thought the Stones were becoming just a nostalgia thing. And they are nostalgia. They're out there selling their catalog and we're playing these old songs because a lot of them people want to hear. But you've got to put out new things. You've got to th
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
QuoteGasLightStreet Mick in 1989: I was so insistent that we put out a new album, because I thought the Stones were becoming just a nostalgia thing. And they are nostalgia. They're out there selling their catalog and we're playing these old songs because a lot of them people want to hear. But you've got to put out new things. You've got to think for the future. The past is
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
Ronnie can't say anything else when he's asked can he. If he said Mick is struggling to come up with anything good enough for a Stones album he'd be out, no way can Ronnie be honest with a boss like Mick. If you think Ronnie can say that all Mick can come up with in 6 years is a load of crap you don't know or understand this band or the people in it. We are talking about alfa
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
QuoteNikkei If they're still capable of deceiving you, that's on you. This contempt thing is a chuckle. Was already wondering when Mick's ineptitude would come into it, but you never disappoint I'm consistent, and over time my thoughts usually turn out right. Crosseyed Heart was a blow to Mick's ego, it was shockingly good and Mick is having trouble coming to terms w
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
It's all well and good to say they owe us nothing and we should expect nothing because they have given us so much already etc etc. But for Mick, Keith and Ronnie to keep saying it's going well for 6 years and to continue to say they are writing songs is insulting to the fans. It's treating fans with contempt. The only thing that might help explain the extended delay would be a do
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
Quoteretired_dog Quotekeithsman QuoteGasLightStreet Quoteharlem shuffle Hi Keithsmen where Did you see that Wyman says Mick Jagger could easily be replaced by another singer?No i dont believe a word what you are saying.More and more hate of Jagger again from you,lying and bitching all the times when it comes to Jagger.You are really a stupid clovn YOU calling someone a stupid clown is HILARIOUS
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
QuoteGasLightStreet Quoteharlem shuffle Hi Keithsmen where Did you see that Wyman says Mick Jagger could easily be replaced by another singer?No i dont believe a word what you are saying.More and more hate of Jagger again from you,lying and bitching all the times when it comes to Jagger.You are really a stupid clovn YOU calling someone a stupid clown is HILARIOUS. PRICELESS. And your fake n
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
Quoteharlem shuffle Hi Keithsmen where Did you see that Wyman says Mick Jagger could easily be replaced by another singer?No i dont believe a word what you are saying.More and more hate of Jagger again from you,lying and bitching all the times when it comes to Jagger.You are really a stupid clovn Haha there you are, i was worried you had left us Mr Shuffle . Well perhaps I'm a bit older th
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
QuoteRocky Dijon Quotekeithsman Okay Rocky my beauty, I've read your post now, what i love about you is that you don't let the truth spoil a good story. It's fantasy, but bloody good fantasy, i give you that. No claims of truth whatsoever. Just speculation until such time as we have something worthwhile to consider...and I don't mean "Gotta Get a Grip" or &qu
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
Am i the only one that just wishes they would abandon this Stones album and all three of them go in the Studio and make a solo album of originals each. That way we get something good to listen to. I loved Ronnies solo album, Feel Like Playing. This is the thing though concerning Mick's writers block, if he really could write great music he would have made a very good solo album in the pas
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
QuoteNilsHolgersson Keith didn't even play the opening riff on Doom and Gloom, their last major single.. it was all Mick :/ That shows, i knew that couldn't be Keith, completely substandard. Just kidding, it's a nice riff actually, well done Mick.
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***1 year ***ago
keithsman
Quotejahisnotdead Quotekeithsman Okay Rocky my beauty, I've read your post now, what i love about you is that you don't let the truth spoil a good story. It's fantasy, but bloody good fantasy, i give you that. Why do you keep calling it a fantasy? What are you basing your judgement that Keith is not the one holding up the new album on? It appears that if Mick was in charge,
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