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JordyLicks96
1. Goats Head Soup 2. Some Girls 3. Exile On Main St. 4. Sticky Fingers
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I could be mistaken but I don't recall there being a lot promotion behind the SOME GIRLS reissue back in 2011. At least definitely not as much as EXILE the year before, that had the release of "Stones In Exile," a week of EXILE stuff on Jimmy Fallon, "Plundered My Soul." STICKY FINGERS had the tour to promote alongside the reissue. GOATS had a lot of promotion with "
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***1 year ***ago
JordyLicks96
GOATS HEAD SOUP re-enters the Billboard 200, charting at #19.
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***1 year ***ago
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I quite like the original. You can't hear a bloody thing Mick says but that's what makes it great. I can make out a few lines in the song. One being, "I'm gonna make another record while I can." There's a pic circulating of the SOME GIRLS session logs that lists a song called "Last Record Blues." That might very well be the original title of "Keep Up B
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***1 year ***ago
JordyLicks96
Thanks everyone for the info and the links! Much appreciated!!
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***1 year ***ago
JordyLicks96
If critics were to hear this demo when GHS came out, they wouldn't be saying that the Stones were becoming lazy by any standard. This was the real first "mature" Stones album. Hell, even one your parents would have dug at the time.
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***1 year ***ago
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Quotespsimmons I had the same thought that it might be 2020 Mick. Maybe a 1972 piano track, but possibly new vocals. There are a few things that kind of sound like new Mick. But, as MisterDDDD said, it is pretty cool that there is discussion on Mick's voice. It shows he can put on his classic voice if he wants and that we actually have to listen close to some of these songs to try to pi
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***1 year ***ago
JordyLicks96
Nah it's definitely Mick from the '72 era. Why would he add new vocals to a demo? Anyway this an absolute gem from the reissue. My favorite bonus track. He sings this demo with even more heart than the finished version.
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***1 year ***ago
JordyLicks96
Would anybody be able to post these two tracks? Believe these are from the Goats Head Soup Sessions. Thanks!!
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Won the 4CD box at the GHS release party in Oslo. It's fantastic. But I won't tempt you, Erik Congrats Dandelion!! That's so awesome!!!!!
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QuoteGasLightStreet How come in the UK the numbers are so small for Silver, Gold and Platinum sales? My guess is the population differences in different countries. Less people equals less album sales needed for certification. US Population (2019): 328.2 Million UK Population (2019): 66.65 Million
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Love these session log pictures!! Hopefully there'll be more of them for the other albums for the new "Experience." Also just wondering, where has it been said that the title "Miami" is the working title for "Heartbreaker?"
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***1 year ***ago
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Quotejbwelda I fail to see how Hairball is being a "negative nancy". What he says is truth, 13k sales to make a #1, boy thats off a bit from back when. Just face the truth and stop personalizing it. Shooting the messenger seems all the rage these days, after first engaging in character assassination that is. jb The Stones made it to #1 again for the 13th time in the UK Charts but y
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***1 year ***ago
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In landing a Number 1 today, the Official Charts Company can confirm that The Rolling Stones set a new record, becoming the first band in Official Chart history to score a Number 1 album across six different decades. Wouldn't it be seven different decades? 1) 60's 2) 70's 3) 80's 4) 90's 5) 00's 6) 10's 7) 20's EDIT: Never mind, my mista
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***1 year ***ago
JordyLicks96
Highway Child Separately (Not counting the Mick Taylor version) It Won't Be Long .....and so many more! They could make another dozen albums with unused material from over the years.
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QuoteHairball 13,107 sales...doesn't take much these days to make the charts and specifically have a number 1, and I'd bet the members on this site are responsible for 90% of those sales! Such a low number it seems almost meaningless, but hats off to the Stones anyways - Mick and Keith surely did their share of promo work to make it happen! Maybe if and when there's a brand n
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***1 year ***ago
JordyLicks96
Quoteironbelly QuoteLiveAtHidepark Silver Train original release : "Silver train is a-coming, think I'm gonna get on now" CD 2 re-release (Glyn Johns mix (?)) - different vocal track : "Silver train is a-coming, think I'm gonna get on board" Dancing With Mr. D. also different vocal take At 0.38 original release 'I know his name...' CD 2 re-re
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QuoteTravelinMan I think the original Hide Your Love on GHS is the early version from the Sticky Fingers sessions. The alternate take sounds like they recorded it in Jamaica and probably relearned it. Ultimately, they preferred the earlier, raw take more and added overdubs. I definitely agree with this. I compared the guitar playing from Taylor on "Sway" to his guitar on "Hide Yo
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29th September 1974: US radio (D.I.R.) ‘The King Biscuit Flower Hour’. Incl. - Brown Sugar (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73, 1st show - Happy (MJ/KR) -London 9.9.73 - Dancing With Mr. D (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73, 1st show - Angie (MJ/KR) -Brussels 17.10.73, 1st show - You Can’t Always Get What You Wan
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***1 year ***ago
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It's quite fascinating how all of our ears are hearing different phrases. Mick usually, and a lot of lead singers for that matter, always ad-lib random words when they're getting into the music I've noticed. For example, "Oh baby" "Oh Yeah" or "Watch it" from JJF. That's why I truly believe he's saying "Get down, oh get down." Why
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***1 year ***ago
JordyLicks96
Trying to read his lips in the official promo video but it's still too hard to tell!!
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You can hear Mick calling out chord changes like he does on a lot of early versions of songs. I would say this 'Hide Your Love' is definitely an early version.
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This thread is just like the one where we were trying to figure out what he says at the beginning of "Jumpin' Jack Flash." My ears for this are hearing: Get Down Oh get down Guess it'll have to be left to the imagination to what he's saying.
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Keith Interview from RollingStone: There’s an old quote where you were looking back on the Seventies, and you said the Stones had too many people playing on your records, which compromised the sound. Has your view on that changed? "I might have said that. I was probably pissed off about a track or two. But nah, I wouldn’t wanna stick that on anything, especially this record, because a
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteNeddieFlanders QuoteJordyLicks96 Another one titled "You Left Me" is new to me as well. Found them in this article: "In March 1980 a first configuration of the album was compiled, followed by a second in May. Besides the songs that ultimately made the album, more songs were considered, such as Stuck In The Cold, Claudine,We Had It All, You Left Me, I Think I’m Going Ma
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Another one titled "You Left Me" is new to me as well. Found them in this article: "In March 1980 a first configuration of the album was compiled, followed by a second in May. Besides the songs that ultimately made the album, more songs were considered, such as Stuck In The Cold, Claudine,We Had It All, You Left Me, I Think I’m Going Mad, Ain’t No Use (In Crying), and Neigh
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteTravelinMan May have been mentioned, but Four and In was the working title for Dancing With Mr. D Very interesting!! Where exactly does it say it? First Thing (Sans Keith) was the working title for Winter. Says it in the video for Star Star where it shows the session log.
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***1 year ***ago
JordyLicks96
1. Dancing With Mr. D 2. 100 Years Ago 3. Coming Down Again 4. Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) 5. Angie 6. Criss Cross 7. Hide Your Love 8. Winter 9. Can You Hear The Music 10. Star Star Silver Train as a b-side only track to Angie. I think Criss Cross is a perfect opener to the second half of the album.
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***1 year ***ago
JordyLicks96
Just read on Nico's The Complete Works of a song titled "Stuck In The Cold" which says it's an instrumental with three guitars that was recorded during the sessions for EMOTIONAL RESCUE. Apparently it was also destined to end up on the final album according to Bill Wyman's Rolling Stones Story book. Anyone know if this track is circulating??
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QuoteIrix QuoteJordyLicks96 So according to the credits, nobody plays piano on 100 Years Ago even though there's a piano being played? Are you sure? Clavinet - . 1 Tuning, 2 Damper, 3 Tangent, 4 Anvil, 5 Key, 6 String, 7 Pickup, 8 Tailpiece - . Very interesting!! I know absolutely nothing about these instruments so it's cool to see something like this. Thanks Irix!!
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