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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
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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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15 ***years ***ago
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little queenie wrote: >what about all these reports of them having lunch together when in london, etc. Yes, and what about the tree accident? Ronnie and Keith were on holiday together, right?
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15 ***years ***ago
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farawayeyes2 wrote: >So Happy is in A chord again! It says so on the setlist, but thats's not correct. It was played in B, capo on the 4th fret. Keith sang pretty high. Did a good job at that (after he clearly could not remember how to start the song on guitar).
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15 ***years ***ago
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Hi, I found these concerts for sale on DVD in a shop nearby. Right now I can afford only one. Wich one would you recommend? RnT
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15 ***years ***ago
RnT
On DVD or just CD?
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15 ***years ***ago
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it's_all_wrong wrote: >>But I've heard horrid things about Still Life>> Better check for yourself. It's a great record, with a very exciting sound. People tend to exaggerate the quality of the not officialy released '81 shows.
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15 ***years ***ago
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It's a well oiled machine already, so one rehearsal will do: Werchter 5th of june LOL
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15 ***years ***ago
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For tix go to and press: 'zoek tickets' The sale start tomorrow (saturday) at 10 am (local time). It's general admission for 85 euros plus costs. I guess it's about 2 hours travel from Amsterdam to Nijmegen by train & bus.
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15 ***years ***ago
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Nijmegen june 8th: € 85 plus costs. Not too bad.
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15 ***years ***ago
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It can be annoying if many fans sing every single word of each and every song. I never experienced that with the Stones however. It happened to me once with U2. The fans sang so loud it was impossible to follow what was going on onstage. And after a while people around me started to look angry at me because I didn't sing!
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15 ***years ***ago
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I've seen them many times since 1976. Their strength has always been that they played the warhorses like they wrote them yesterday. But they do have offdays offcourse. I felt I attended an offday during the Licks tour, a stadium show. After an energetic start it seemed to me they were going through the motions, another boring day at the office. But hey, I don't mind. They don't ow
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15 ***years ***ago
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Willy Deville's a great singer. Good songs too. "Heaven stood still" is a real gem.
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15 ***years ***ago
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How's their live album "Live at the Matrix" or something like that? I think it's from 1974. Is it worth buying?
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15 ***years ***ago
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Keith wrote the song and the main guitarpart is the rhythmguitar in open G. So it makes sense he plays that part live and leave the fills to Ronnie. ChrisM wrote: >Another question that one could ask is why he never played the Dead Flowers solo live either. I've always wondered who played that solo on SF, but I concluded is was MT. Or is it not him?
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15 ***years ***ago
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jamesfdouglas wrote: >The version of Knockin' is different and much better than Four Flicks. It sure is different, because the 1st part you hear Keith on both channels. It seems they just put in parts from other recordings of Keith's guitar and removed Ronnies part.
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15 ***years ***ago
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1. Leave Decca 2. Regroup for the '89 Steel Wheels album/tour
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15 ***years ***ago
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Stanbooth wrote >"Borrowed Tune" off Tonights the Night is basically Lady Jane though uncredited. Yes, but the credits are in the lyrics: "I'm singing this borrowed tune I took from the Rolling Stones"
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15 ***years ***ago
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The Drive-By Truckers dedicated their 'Southern Rock Opera' (a great double CD) to 'America's Greatest Rock and Roll Band Lynyrd Skynyrd'.
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15 ***years ***ago
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Good news! Is it a recording of one show? Or are the tracks from various shows?
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15 ***years ***ago
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The Stones mark I is a long time ago and therefore not discussed as much as mark II & III. But I love some of the old stuff. A favourite of mine is Out of Our Heads (on vinyl), UK Track listing: "She Said Yeah" "Mercy, Mercy" "Hitch Hike" "That's How Strong My Love Is" "Good Times" "Gotta Get Away" "Talkin�
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15 ***years ***ago
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Little Queenie on Ya Ya's, the part where he goes up the scale during the 2nd guitarsolo. Lovely!
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