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6 ***months ***ago
MartinB
QuoteTaylor1 QuoteDeeGee Take "Sympathy for the devil" - clearly a Jagger-only lyric. Keith meanwhile concentrating on guitars and bass-lines. Fine by me. As a musician who composed songs with other musicians I must insist on pointing out that going into a studio with a - as it was written ealier - "pre-written" idea does by all menas not mean that this e.g. just a Jagg
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7 ***months ***ago
MartinB
Quoterbp Ghost Town 5/10 Angry 6/10 For context Jumpin' Jack Flash, Gimme Shelter, Brown Sugar & Honky Tonk Women all 10/10 +1
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7 ***months ***ago
MartinB
QuoteGazza Come On Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Bob Dylan in Stockholm...I'm planning to get > tickets for Lucinda Williams too... why - is she coming back to Europe? O2 Indigo, 29 Feb 24
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7 ***months ***ago
MartinB
QuoteIrix Quotedoitywoik A Rolling Stones reality show? Scripted reality Looks like it...
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7 ***months ***ago
MartinB
IMO, this record is the highlight of Mick's career.
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7 ***months ***ago
MartinB
Quotekid killowatt QuoteMelBelli Definitely not Keith. It’s Mick through what sounds like store-bought pedals. A BOSS overdrive pedal... rather awful
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7 ***months ***ago
MartinB
QuoteMore Hot Rocks QuoteMartinB Quotedcba Basically 95% of Mick’s troubles over the last 50 years came from Keith : the 77 Toronto arrest, the problems with having a US working visa in 75 plus tons of little troubles we never heard about. If you add the numerous jabs Keith threw at Mick since his early 80s return to life, and the guitarist’s numerous tantrums on tour or in the studio you com
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7 ***months ***ago
MartinB
Quotedcba Basically 95% of Mick’s troubles over the last 50 years came from Keith : the 77 Toronto arrest, the problems with having a US working visa in 75 plus tons of little troubles we never heard about. If you add the numerous jabs Keith threw at Mick since his early 80s return to life, and the guitarist’s numerous tantrums on tour or in the studio you come to the conclusion Mick’s praise
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8 ***months ***ago
MartinB
Quotelem motlow Taking an act that has been in the business so long that the type of music they play has gone out of style and comparing them to a modern day cultural phenomenon is a bit silly. Taylor Swift reminds me of when I suddenly noticed a 25-0 Mike Tyson.before you know it everything has changed. She’s finishing up her tour with 6 (six) nights at SoFi in LA.let that sink in- If you’r
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8 ***months ***ago
MartinB
QuoteBritney When did mainstream culture lose it's relevance to Stonesfans? Good point. What is mainstream culture these days? Is there any mainstream culture? And is any of it relevant to Stones' fans?
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8 ***months ***ago
MartinB
Louis de Funès
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8 ***months ***ago
MartinB
He also plays a small festival in Czech Republic:
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8 ***months ***ago
MartinB
Quotedoitywoik So, and who was the "VERY A-list surprise guest"? our trusted source names some of the "VERY A-list" guest
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9 ***months ***ago
MartinB
I don't understand the purpose of this "visualisation". Utterly useless.
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9 ***months ***ago
MartinB
Quotelem motlow But wait, isn’t Jagger a putz for hanging out with high society and meeting people like “Prince Rupert” who Mick subsequently hired to look after the bands finances? Hmmm I’d like to keep my “artistic credibility” and still own a couple of mansions and an island home or two while being too fckd up to stay awake.How do I do that? I’ll take Mick Jagger for $500 million Alex.
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9 ***months ***ago
MartinB
I saw Buddy just before the covid madness and it was rather sad. I left early. I probably caught him on one of his bad days.
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10 ***months ***ago
MartinB
Judging from TV, Axl's voice is not what it used to be. Guitars are great as always.
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10 ***months ***ago
MartinB
Dylan, Richards and Wood talking about Mick Taylor before Live Aid Apologies if this was posted before
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11 ***months ***ago
MartinB
I am probably less informed about the Stones' love lives in 1960s, but Anita did not come out very nicely from this documentary.
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11 ***months ***ago
MartinB
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteMartinB I wonder - 1981/82 was AFTER Keith's cold turkey, is that right? Both guitars were excellent! There are three guitars My mistake!
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***1 year ***ago
MartinB
A great song. Also great live.
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***1 year ***ago
MartinB
Quoteangee Quoterbk You never know which Buddy you're going to get. There's the force of nature, hurricane of blistering six-string fire, focused and ferocious Buddy "M-ther F-ck-ng" Guy... OR There can be Attention Deficit Buddy who stops and starts songs, forgets what he's saying (or playing), meanders all over the stage and venue acting a bit goofy and, while ent
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***1 year ***ago
MartinB
Quoteerikjjf Crazy Mama - Rolling Stones Crazy Mama - JJ Cale (also played by Paul Butterfield & Rick Danko) Naturally, I prefer the Stones version. But the other one is also quite nice. These two are different songs, not versions of the same. I like the one by Stones but must say that JJ Cale's song is pure genius.
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***1 year ***ago
MartinB
Quotegotdablouse "Ronnie Wood" like this post apparently Usuap rip-off it seems per Ken S.'s post : QuoteDon’t understand why tickets are around the £200 range. Sold out of course. I queued. Got to the select and buy stage and thought why so much. When did a gig become a £200 layout. Probably double with travel and drinks and meals etc. I bailed. Most of the tickets are no
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***1 year ***ago
MartinB
RIP I always liked LS in all their incarnations. The archetype of 3 guitar band.
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***1 year ***ago
MartinB
SFTD
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***1 year ***ago
MartinB
Quotetreaclefingers QuoteNikkei Whenever one of them died, like recently Beck, I get the feeling that I'm responsible to feel something about it. I am not a fan of old guys I am a fan of the Stones. I get that the Stones feel something about it, they don't have many peers, but do I have to? I was bombarded with links to Beck songs I am supposed to know and it just feels like more homewo
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***1 year ***ago
MartinB
Bill's Rhythm Kings were always great fun. Not original music, but great live delivery. His bass playing was just delicious.
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***1 year ***ago
MartinB
The best? Possibly the young "Nashville Masters" (Jerry Douglas, Bela Fleck & co.) in Prague around 1985. Absolute eye opener. Ike Turner (Jazz Cafe London 2008) and JJ Cale (London 1992) were amazing. And then of course all the Stones (together or individually) in various places.
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***1 year ***ago
MartinB
So sad and so sudden. RIP
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