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13 ***years ***ago
RnT
Too much monkey business... I've returned to CD's and vinyl!
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13 ***years ***ago
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I'm with Liddas here. The Crowes just love the Stones, like we do. And on a good night they're a great band. A few months ago I posted a thread about Chris Robinson telling that he had just listened to a 1972 Stones bootleg of a Philidelphia show and how he thought that was the best rock 'n roll show there has ever been.
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13 ***years ***ago
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QuoteErik_SnowRnT, in addition to what Nikolai and Gazza mentioned.....try the fantastic Slow Train Coming from 1979 - to hear what Dylans power of Street Legal led to the next year Ok Erik, thanks, I will.
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13 ***years ***ago
RnT
Thanks Nikolai, Gazza, Now I know what to look for!
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13 ***years ***ago
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Since you guys know a lot about Dylan, I have a question for you. I have a limited amount of his music. Some of it I really love, some of it I don't. My fav's: Planet waves, Desire, Street legal, Live 75. I also love Blood on the tracks, the live '66 album and the 1st live album of the Rolling Thunder tour. My Dylan albums I don't really enjoy: Good as I've been t
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13 ***years ***ago
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I agree, anyway as far as the music's concerned. Back to the blues. My live favorites of the last decade: Many versions of familiar songs on Stripped Back of my hand (great slide by Jagger) Can't be satisfied Corrina The "blues version" of 19th NB I think it's an old coat that still fits them perfectly.
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13 ***years ***ago
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Well, who ever played bass on the track, he did a fantastic job!
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13 ***years ***ago
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Interesting. From Nico Zentgrafs site: Line-up ‘Summer Romance’: MJ (voc, gtr)/KR (gtr, bvoc)/RW (gtr)/BW (bass)/ CW (dr)/STU (p) So who is playing it?
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13 ***years ***ago
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Listened to ER the other day in the car. What a great bassparts, especially on Summer Romance, where in the verses Bill plays on the backbeat (the snare) instead of on the kick, as most players would do. It's almost like the bass is the 'leadguitar'. I wish they would use Bill again, if only for recording. Then he would not have to fly.
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14 ***years ***ago
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The band I'm in has got 3 pro juniors, a simple version of the blues junior. All 3 sound different by the way. The BJ 's got more knobs (for bass control if I remember well). The PJ's got only one control for tone, but that's fine. Great sound for recording and small gigs.
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14 ***years ***ago
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14 ***years ***ago
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Great rhythm guitar playing by Keith. The sound of the record is too harsh due to primitive digital recording. On the radio they played two Stones tracks back to back this morning. She's like a rainbow en then ME. Rainbow sounded warm and fat. ME sounded much thinner, recorded more than 20 years later!
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14 ***years ***ago
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I think I know what you mean Canadian. Thats's why I allow myself only limited consumption of Stones records. I force myself to keep away from Exile, Ya ya's etc. for weeks. And then I sit down, late at night, all peace and quiet, pick one and really listen, using headphones, a happy man.
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14 ***years ***ago
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Not much producing needed. It's just a recording of two gigs. The same songs they've been playing for months and a few old gems. You only have to make sure all the instruments get recorded properly and mix the thing. Producing is a different matter. It's got more to do with the creation of music. Chosing instruments, tempo's, deciding where the chorus comes in, the middle 8 et
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14 ***years ***ago
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QuoteTheif in the NightThe Live Licks version of CYHMK is from the Wiltern Theatre in California (2002).This particular version did not appear on Four Flicks.As far as I know,KR has always done the beginning and Wood has done the other parts. Yes, it's from a a different show, but they've also edited Ronnie's rhythm-guitar out of the first part. If you listen with headphones, you
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14 ***years ***ago
RnT
For Live Licks they replaced Ronnies guitar on the first part of Can't you hear me knocking by KR's riffs (probably taken from other liveversions). Not an improvement really.
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14 ***years ***ago
RnT
Jumpin Jack Flash by Johnny Winter All along the watchtower by Jimi Hendrix
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14 ***years ***ago
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They've done a good job on the vocal dubs technically. I suppose the drummikes must have picked up some of the original lead vocals, don't you think?. But still I've not noticed parts of the original leadvocals (except HTW probably).
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14 ***years ***ago
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The shorter the better! I still prefer the length of vinyl: about 40 minutes. But it depends ofcourse on the choice of songs. I - and I think many on this board - could do without songs like Neocon and Suck on the J!.
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14 ***years ***ago
RnT
Chris's got a good taste...
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14 ***years ***ago
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In an interview with "Off the record" (Dutch magazine) Black Crowes' singer Chris Robinson talks about bootlegs and says: "A few nights ago I played Philidelphia Spectrum of The Rolling Stones 1972 on vinyl and I thought: Wow, this must be the best show ever!"
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14 ***years ***ago
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Oh yeah, you're absolutely right. Great memories. Thanx.
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14 ***years ***ago
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Some songs on Exile, like Shake your hips and All down the line, are (almost completely) mixed in mono.
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14 ***years ***ago
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Thanks Roll 73. Gonna give it a try. RnT
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14 ***years ***ago
RnT
Hi, I play on a Fender Blues Deville 2 x 12 amp, using a SG or Tele. I really like the clean channel, but I'm not too sure of the drive channel. I was thinking of trying a mild overdrive pedal instead. Any ideas? Thanks, RnT
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14 ***years ***ago
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On Bob Wills is still the King Mick seems to be playing a Taylor acoustis guitar. I think he played Gibson and Guild acoustics on the tours before ABB. Does anyone what guitar it is exactly?
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14 ***years ***ago
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Anyone?
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14 ***years ***ago
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While listening to Exile through headphones I noticed that Hip Shake and All down the line are more or less mixed in mono. Do you know more songs recorded in the age of stereo that have been mixed in mono? Any ideas why? Any comments on the soundquality etc.?
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14 ***years ***ago
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Josh said >My favorite thank you of his to the Stones is in the liner notes of either American Fool or Uh Huh where he thanks them for "never taking the living room of the records"> Yeah, that's on Uh Huh, a great album (Pink Houses etc.). I also like Scarecrow.
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14 ***years ***ago
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I noticed on the DVD that a certain Ian Stewart is mentioned as executive producer. Is it meant as a tribute to the THE Ian Stewart? Or is it someone else?
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