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keithsman
QuoteHairball "as you know, the Stones never make an album overnight" And they've never made one that has taken 15 years either! FINALLY SOMEONE ELSE SEES IT. 15 years god damn it, the Stones do 15 shows a year, just excuse after excuse. This is just the usual public relations BS from Ronnie.
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotekeithsman QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotekeithsman Judging by interviews Keith still stays in touch with Bill and since Keith got over serious drugs they have always got on well in my opinion. Mick and Bill not so much, roundabout WW3 Bill was making sounds in the press that the Stones could replace Mick to tour, not sure Mick was ever the same with Bill after that.
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
QuoteRocky Dijon Quotekeithsman now it's Keith's holding up the album on purpose. That's hilarious, where do you people exist, fantasy Island. The pro Mick PR on here us laughable, i mean that's what this place is these days, a Mick PR machine with the usual suspects talking the same one sided drivel. Dear keithsman, Sorry my speculation from the other side of whe
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
QuoteRocky Dijon Quotekeithsman now it's Keith's holding up the album on purpose. That's hilarious, where do you people exist, fantasy Island. The pro Mick PR on here us laughable, i mean that's what this place is these days, a Mick PR machine with the usual suspects talking the same one sided drivel. Dear keithsman, Sorry my speculation from the other side of whe
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
QuotePalace Revolution 2000 Quotekeithsman QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotekeithsman Judging by interviews Keith still stays in touch with Bill and since Keith got over serious drugs they have always got on well in my opinion. Mick and Bill not so much, roundabout WW3 Bill was making sounds in the press that the Stones could replace Mick to tour, not sure Mick was ever the same with Bill after tha
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
QuoteRip This ...not buying folks...classic Jagger to poo poo or undersell....then bang....deliver the goods....I doubt he has doubts about the new album...its all BS...I bet there's something very good in it...that's my guess...dude is a marketing master....one of the best at manipulating the press. Yes i agree, he is a master at manipulating the press and everyone around him. Bee
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
Quotekeefriff99 I certainly wouldn't call period this an "all-time low" compared to the years between Dirty Work and Steel Wheels. THAT was the all-time low. So you think a 15 year gap in creativity is less negative than a 3 year gap, and that's if the album gets finished this year and if it's any good.
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotekeithsman Judging by interviews Keith still stays in touch with Bill and since Keith got over serious drugs they have always got on well in my opinion. Mick and Bill not so much, roundabout WW3 Bill was making sounds in the press that the Stones could replace Mick to tour, not sure Mick was ever the same with Bill after that. As for Mick and Keith's relatio
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
Judging by interviews Keith still stays in touch with Bill and since Keith got over serious drugs they have always got on well in my opinion. Mick and Bill not so much, roundabout WW3 Bill was making sounds in the press that the Stones could replace Mick to tour, not sure Mick was ever the same with Bill after that. As for Mick and Keith's relationship these days it's not even a w
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
Quotekeefriff99 I'm very curious to see how Keith sounds when the tour kicks off this year. I wonder if it'll be back to square one, with him being a little tentative and stiff to start out. That's the disadvantage to these short touring cycles...he seems to really start kicking when the tour ends. That's the problem isn't it, Keith has always taken 10 or 15 shows
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
I always loved the Eagles especially Glenn and Joe Walsh,but when i watched that documentary and saw what a complete ass hole Glenn was the way he fired Randy Meisner it completely put me off Glenn, what a bully, such an ignorant human being.
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
Yep i think you nailed it there Keefriff99
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
QuoteMeise Keith's influence to and standing within the Stones is far more than from a musical point of view. He embodies everything the Stones stand for. It might be true that his musical role on stage has changed since he's suffering from arthrosis. His playing developed more into sort of accompanying contributions after he nailed his riffs at the sons' beginnings. When in older
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
Quotekeefriff99 Quotekeithsman If Keith is in good shape and has just given up smoking to be that bit fitter onstage and continue touring with the Stones for a few more years this is great news. Keith's Dad Bert lived to 90 still smoking and drinking to the end, I wonder if it's possible for Keith to go in into his 90's now. Giving up heavy drinking and stopping smoking makes thi
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
QuoteHairball QuoteRollingFreak QuoteHairball QuoteRollingFreak its basically the same as Keith's participation at a Stones performance. He's really NOT necessary, he's really not doing much of anything, but personally I need him there. Sorry to disagree, but that sounds ridiculous and there's really no comparison. Oh, I expected nothing less lol. Seriously though - whi
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
If Keith is in good shape and has just given up smoking to be that bit fitter onstage and continue touring with the Stones for a few more years this is great news. Keith's Dad Bert lived to 90 still smoking and drinking to the end, I wonder if it's possible for Keith to go in into his 90's now. Giving up heavy drinking and stopping smoking makes this possible, he's giving h
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotekeithsman Quoteexhpart Quotekeithsman Quotespikenyc This is great. Right before Woody joined the band. Yeah absolutely brilliant, so intence, Ronnie was incredible. It's a fav of mine. Always wonder what happened to Tetsu? He just became a session musician after the faces broke up, he's 73 now and still going strong but retired. He moved back
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keithsman
Quoteexhpart Quotekeithsman Quotespikenyc This is great. Right before Woody joined the band. Yeah absolutely brilliant, so intence, Ronnie was incredible. It's a fav of mine. Always wonder what happened to Tetsu? He just became a session musician after the faces broke up, he's 73 now and still going strong but retired.
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
QuoteTurningToGold2 Quotekeithsman Well done Keith, better late than never. Beggars the question why after all these years, looking forward to some nice clear vocals from Keith this tour. Yeah I'm actually interested and curious to see if I will hear a difference, as well. I know that when he seriously curbed his drinking relatively recently (maybe not completely quit, but really diale
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
There are two ways of looking at it, Keith might have been told by his doctor he really needs to stop for his heart and lungs, if that's the case he has nothing to lose by stopping, he will be fitter for it by tour time. But if he is fine i would say it can be a mistake to stop, he's body will see it as a shock to the system after a lifetime smoking. My dad stopped age 70 and died th
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
Quotespikenyc This is great. Right before Woody joined the band. Yeah absolutely brilliant, so intence, Ronnie was incredible.
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
Quoteblack n blue Pack on the lbs now Not necessarily, hopefully he's on a health kick, needs to be as he hardly moved on stage last year, played great but it would be nice to see him more mobile this tour. Rock on Keith.
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
Well done Keith, better late than never. Beggars the question why after all these years, looking forward to some nice clear vocals from Keith this tour.
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
Quotewonderboy QuoteRockman She says she woke up with Jagger only to find Keith Richards staring down at them. (We can deduce that this was in New York during the making of “Some Girls” at Electric Lady Studios.) OK, presuming this part is true, I find this fascinating. Did she wake up with Mick *in* the studio, and Keith was getting an early start on 'Before They Make Me Run?'
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
Quotez You see...I for one, absolutely love his '75 live vocals. And don't like his '81 sound so much. And can't stand his vocals on Dirty Work. You're just plain picky at times But seriously yeah, 75' live 76' black and blue, lovely throaty vocals just messed up enough to be perfect for Rock.
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
Quotetreaclefingers While MJ's vocals can be enjoyed in every era, I think there was a peak period for him around 1976, with that Black and Blue album. Hand of Fate/Hey Negrita... just the perfect rock and roll voice and tone. definitely agree
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
LET IT LOOSE TOPS AS TEARS GO BY UNDERCOVER RUBY TUESDAY WILD HORSES HAND OF FATE CRAZY MAMA UNDER MY THUMB TIME WAITS FOR NO ONE
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
QuoteRockman Secrets" video is aimed squarely at Jerry and Robert Sangster ….. Heck yeah even Blind Freddy could see that one …… Jerry on the saddle with the whip … mmmmmmmmmmmm But its Mick in the openin' of vid with guitar dancing prancin along past the cells that just cracks me everytime ….FUNNY … Although it's a stretch to describe Sangster as a young Italian man, Jer
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
I think people get angry because of what this is a symbol of more than anything else.
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2 ***years ***ago
keithsman
This sketch is funny , it's that window of opportunity within the first two drinks.
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