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4 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
Thanks for that review...I was starting to get some negative vibes. They just postponed the June 1st Toronto show to Sept 3rd...NBA playoffs...I'm disappointed but I can wait...
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4 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
QuotePalace Revolution 2000 And I truly apologize for repeating myself here again and again, and it is slightly OT - but Australia '73, which is almost the same setlist, and definitely the same vibe as '72 , is IMO still the very best. Performance and Sound Quality. I agree...That Perth '73 (Happy Birthday Nicky) boot is fantastic...my absolute favorite and I enjoy it much mo
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4 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
Quoteduke richardson he had Mick Taylor on there too but I dont remember when exactly.. I remember that one...Mick Taylor was talking from a phone booth and Stern dumped all over him, rubbing it in that he had left the Stones....making a joke that he should start up a band with Pete Best. I was disgusted and felt so bad for Mick.
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4 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
QuoteMisterDDDD Quotebye bye johnny QuotePalaisRoyale Will Burl's Creek still be the same date/ order or will it now get pushed to the end as originally planned? Suspect that'll be revealed on Tuesday... ; ) Great...just after the Grand Reopening of the El Mocambo...well, one can always hope!
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4 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
I know it's the obvious choice but it's the one one song that brought me back into a Stones groove at the time... 'Love Is Strong' Honourable Mention (I Go Wild) Another great uber Stonsey song that sounds great played loud...
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4 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
Those two posts...by Doxa and 24FPS...perfectly describe what the general impression was from your basic teenager in the early '70's...in North America, anyway.
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4 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
Quotewonderboy But to what the original poster said, if you were a teenager in 1975, the Stones were not your band. Nothing wrong with that -- every 10 years the kids get into something new. And if a band is lucky, it has 10 years where it really matters. The Stones had more than that, so good for them. I was a teenager in '75 and I went with a slightly older cousin to see them in Toron
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4 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
It;s not real...but it oughta be.
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4 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
The 15 outtakes from Exile, Sticky and Some Girls...
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4 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
QuotePaddy Brilliant gig last night in Vancouver, as Ram said, if you get a chance go. Just saw Buddy in Toronto and the show was indeed brilliant....it floored me how extravagent and competent he was at 81!. Impressive singing voice and the guitar work was wildly entertaining. He played like Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton and Hendrix all rolled in to one. He even gave those guys some good-natured sh
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4 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
QuoteStraycat13 That’s why I’m getting a refund and going to McCartney ...and The Who.
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4 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
Well...I'm going to see him Friday night in Toronto. Looking forward to a special night!
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5 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
QuoteHopeYouGuessMyName The Rolling Stones have been my favorite band for a long, long time. I will soon be 62. I have also loved the music of Blue Öyster Cult, Queen, Aerosmith, Kinks, Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin. The 'newest' band that I have really embraced since I am 17 might have been U2 (and yes, I know that they ain't new) Finally, after a lifetime of searching... I think I
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5 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
Any hints on whether Burl's Creek is still in play on July 1? Maybe the first show instead of the last?
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5 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
Quotepeoplewitheyes When I go 'down south', it's always Sticky Fingers for me... These comment threads need a 'Like' button...
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5 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
Quoteliddas QuoteMadMax How can ya slag off Ronnie's I Go Wild solo? It's great and it's played with his EBS B-Bender, which means he oughta use it to full extent WHICH HE DOES. It suits the song perfectly, it's ragged just liked Jaggers "dog in the godsforsaken shanty town". What would YOU play here for instance?!?!!? We are bloody lucky to both have Taylor
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5 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
Mick...Enough already. You've done it all. Relax and enjoy your family, friends and celebrate a remarkable career...All the best.
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5 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
Quotetatters Still plenty of tickets available for tonight's tour opener in Milwaukee. Looks as if they never even bothered putting the balcony seats on sale. I would go if I was close...but Mott hasn't existed for 45 years! This tour is totally dependent on the memories of a small core of fans....Enjoy!
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5 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
Quotesteffialicia I'm just so worried. Pray everyone please. Maybe the saddest person about all this is Mick himself...
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5 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
Quotejazzbass The end is nigh? That's a bit premature...don't count them out just yet.
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5 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
QuoteErik_Snow Quoterollmops If the money collected is given back to charity, what is the big problem? Rockandroll, Mops 5%...... It should be 100%. I'm sure Mick & Keith find it hilarious that someone would pay that kind of money just to meet them and I'm sure they're having a good laugh over it. But the right thing to do would be to donate all of it to a children's c
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5 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
I actually nominate 2 songs...Sympathy For The Devil and Miss You....I've had enough of those two and just don't want to hear them again. BroWn Sugar, Honky Tonk Woman,Satisfaction,etc., no problem. But those two...it will be a washroom break for me...
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5 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
My favourite era...29 November 1969-6 December 1969
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5 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
The 'market alorithms' say the rich and stupid will pay for this. What band from 1914 (55 years) would you have paid $35 to meet and greet in 1969?
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5 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
Quotehopkins we might as well get it out in the open. mick's never gonna stop touring. none of them are. the deal is to have all this go on and none of em have to leave the wh....wherever they are... ...ya know? that's the new hop catch phrase btw. "ya know?" i dig it. it might not last the whole day; dawn not quite yet breaking. i think. i don't want to turn my
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5 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteKurt Quotetimbernardis I know it is a long video, but at the end, he does point out that it looks like this is a fund raiser for the band's charities. plexi Discussed here too: NOTE... "A minimum of 5% of the proceeds for each purchase on IfOnly.com is directed to a charity chosen by the Luminary offering the experience." Uh huh. It a
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5 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
QuoteSpud That's about the size of it ... ...which also covers the subject of our annoyance as fans when we repeatedly have to buy the latest Greatest Hits package in order to obtain the only official release of the increasingly typical snippets of new material included ! That's it! That's what we really need! A new compilation....called 'Typical Snippets'
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5 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
Quotedcba QuoteOpenG MT's debut release 1979 - He clearly has not got over the stones leather jacket has mention of south of france clearly aimed at Jagger Maybe he still resented the fact that he offered to take over the songwriting work with Jagger and Jagger, out of loyalty for Keef, refused... Said differently Taylor probably had a hunch Keith was physically and creatively declinin
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5 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
QuoteDoxa QuoteTestify Some girls knew it was the best-selling album (leaving out compilations), but I'm glad to see VL right behind LIB, I always thought it's a great album. SOME GIRLS is their best selling studio album because Americans decided during the summer of 1978 that it was the best thing one can get. That explains its huge sales (6.8 m units sold only in the US market). It
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5 ***years ***ago
ThePaleRider
Quotepftw04 Lot of people are speculating that this tour maybe last because of their age. Well folks I can see them carrying on at 80s too. And why not if Clint Eastwood can go on at 88 and Michael Caine can at 86 then why not STONES Exactly! Why not! Ian Hunter turned 80 in January...Mott the Hoople start their US tour next week...
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