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9 ***years ***ago
UGot2Rollme
as for Mick's voice compared to the "old days", you certainly must not be comparing it to the Some Girls and Tattoo You tours, as his voice live is much better than it was back then when he wasn't taking care of himself/his voice live
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9 ***years ***ago
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just bought 2 tickets in section 105 lower level for $147 each (plus service charge) for June 18. Woo hoo!!
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9 ***years ***ago
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QuoteShawn20 He brought a smile to my face - the interplay between he and Jagger was wonderful. Too bad there isn't more of that sort of action between Mick and Keith. + 1
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9 ***years ***ago
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Quoterollingon I think that Keith and Ronnie could sit down on chairs and focus on just playing, they don't have to stand, for me it's enough that Jagger moves around I think Keith and Ronnie could play much better by sitting down. I liked it during No Security tour when Keith sat down for Silver. He focused more on playing and singing the song back then. Otherwise, I'd hate it
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9 ***years ***ago
UGot2Rollme
just saw Bitch. Grohl injected a hell of a lot of energy into that one and Mick was totally into it - sounded great, bet guest and one of the best songs I've heard on the tour so far, by far. 100% rock and roll, no Gwen/Katy b.s.
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9 ***years ***ago
UGot2Rollme
oh, I see a thread has already been started on this.. anyway, here's my post from the main Vegas thread: having Katy Perry guest on Beast of Burden is sacrilege! The only way that would have been worthwhile is that if Mick f'ck'd her during Keith's set and then they showed the highlights during Satisfaction.
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9 ***years ***ago
UGot2Rollme
having Katy Perry guest on Beast of Burden is sacrilege! The only way that would have been worthwhile is that if Mick f'ck'd her during Keith's set and then they showed the highlights during Satisfaction.
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9 ***years ***ago
UGot2Rollme
post entire setlist please
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9 ***years ***ago
UGot2Rollme
Another great one gong. He had an amazing presence. Was lucky enough to see him a few times in concert. Was watching the "Django" film last night and they played Freedom during a triumphant scene towards the end. Very powerful.
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9 ***years ***ago
UGot2Rollme
Yeah, I think you're right, but BV made it sound like it was a certainty. I'm still hopeful...
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9 ***years ***ago
UGot2Rollme
supposed to happen June 23.. when will it be announced?
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9 ***years ***ago
UGot2Rollme
so, I was lucky enough to have attended both shows of the festival. Before Keith came on unannounced last night, the stage lights were off as all the equipment was readied, but there was a definite recognition from those in front who could see through the darkness. I was wondering who they could be so excited about? Then the stage lights went on and it was KEITH! All smiles and he probably g
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9 ***years ***ago
UGot2Rollme
... he is amazing!
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9 ***years ***ago
UGot2Rollme
Ian Hunter is a treasure, and his new CD is fantastic. I saw him for the 3rd time in a year on Sunday at the City Winery in NYC. Lame venue and crowd, but he delivered in a big way. His lead guitar player is stellar.
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9 ***years ***ago
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following my "did Stu play piano on She's a Rainbow?" thread, I read a bit more on Nicky Hopkins. What an artist! shame he was in poor health for most of his life. here's some tidbits from Wikepedia: Hopkins played with the Rolling Stones on their studio albums from Between the Buttons in 1967 through Emotional Rescue in 1980 and Tattoo You in 1981, including the promine
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9 ***years ***ago
UGot2Rollme
what a beautifully played piece and wonderful song, too!
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9 ***years ***ago
UGot2Rollme
Page also plays the lead on the Who's Can't Explain. This was confirmed in Townsend's recent autobiography, which is a great read.
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9 ***years ***ago
UGot2Rollme
first night of their 2013 tour, at the Beacon in NYC, on what would have been Ronnie's 65th birthday. They were smokin' hot and I'm glad I got to see them again. Rushed the stage for the last 4 songs (Gimme 3 Steps, Call me the Breeze, Sweet Home and Free Bird) - was the highlight. Guitar jams galore, great tunes... Tuesday's Gone!
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9 ***years ***ago
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QuoteRollingFreak There aren't many that will truly bring us that close together. Having Bruce Springsteen come out (my idol after Seger) was a dream come true for both of us. Just 3 stunning shows I've seen by Seger that I wouldn't trade for the world. Bottom line, if you are a fan, its absolutely worth it, especially if you haven't seen him recently. He gives an incredib
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9 ***years ***ago
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QuoteChefGuevara Paint it black was the most amazing live version ever. It was a mesmerizing performance of Paint it Black - not rushed - very moving. They were definitely in a groove for that one, as they were for most of the songs last night.
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9 ***years ***ago
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QuotePalace Revolution 2000 Why take Gaga so serious? I laughed all the way through her performance. She brought a good deal... And yes, I think even the mighty Jagger was scared of her at times. There was a close-up of her when they were standing close together, and she looked like a bruiser. I've noticed about her that while she is a pretty good musician, as a performer and pop icon she h
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9 ***years ***ago
UGot2Rollme
C'mon, Lady Gaga was the gorrilla of an otherwise fantastic show. I really think she scared Mick a few times, and even Charlie was laughing. That said, most of Gaga's vox were pretty good and at least she followed the arrangement for the most part (unlike Blige in BKLYN)
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9 ***years ***ago
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QuotesanQ Mick Jagger totally blew off Mick Taylor at the end when he had his arms raised. Is Mick Jagger still going to be that full of himself? I sure hope not...I really didn't like that very much. Power tripping maybe. After such a fantastic show, this is what you decide to post? Huh? I didn't even see it that way - Mick T was very much appreciated by all tonight, thank you v
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9 ***years ***ago
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good review here. Stones rocked, but Comfortably Numb with Vedder on vox was highlight for me: ;
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9 ***years ***ago
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They already have Krist on bass, so is Paul going to play guitar? I assume Grohl will take vocals and drums... Paul on vocals trying to sing Cobain would be painful to watch
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9 ***years ***ago
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This was clearly done to boost the PPV crowd, and Gaga, Bruce and even the Black Keys (at least in US) are definitely bigger draws than previous guests Bilge, Clark, Flo from Machine and Jeff Beck for the average run-of-the mill music fan who might be considering paying $50 or whatever... fans of Wyman and Taylor will be tuning in regardless - and REALLY hoping that they are there as in London.
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9 ***years ***ago
UGot2Rollme
I was sitting in the only tickets I could really afford - paid $300 each for tix that were originally on sale for $150 - rear stage/obstructed view. So, I didn't see any of the video montage, etc. but had a good view of the band (sides and rears mostly). The sound there was sub-par except on Wild Horses and YCAGWYW. a few observations: Mick Jagger is amazing and does not seem to have l
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9 ***years ***ago
UGot2Rollme
so, I bit the bullet and ordered a pair of tix today for $300 each, side view, behind stage. Although it's a steep fee, it's alot less than others have paid and I can't seem to fathom not seeing the Stones in my new hometow. Rock and Roll!
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9 ***years ***ago
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I'm seeing the Who on Thursday (Newark) and Stones (Brooklyn) on Saturday. Life is good!
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9 ***years ***ago
UGot2Rollme
I wonder how inspired EC was playing on "Champagne and Reefer" given his long standing sobriety and support for his rehab center in Antigua. Yes, I'd expect him to play the blues, but song doesn't fit him. Red Rooster would have been better.
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