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17 ***years ***ago
RnT
On RnR Circus Keith played JJF in standard tuning. When did he change to open G? Was it in 1969 already (in the park & on Ya Ya's)?
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17 ***years ***ago
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I love 'Lonely days', a great song.
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17 ***years ***ago
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Well, to be honest: I'd rather listen to Oasis rock 'n roll ripp offs on the radio than boring 'originals' like Keane and Coldplay.
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17 ***years ***ago
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And how's Neil doing? I've heard he was ill recently? Hope he's all right.
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17 ***years ***ago
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Thanks Mathijs
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17 ***years ***ago
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I always liked the way he played slide (in a rough 'n tumble kind of way). He didn't do it that much on stage though. I think he played it on Happy 1976 & Little Red Rooster El Mocombo 1977. Anything else?
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17 ***years ***ago
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The first time I went I was 14, but I went by myself without company of parents. I would say it's all right to take them when they are about 11/12 years old, if: 1. you've got tickets for seats (it's terrible if they have to stand up for hours and don't get to see much); 2. they really like the Stones (then they won't mind the waiting);
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17 ***years ***ago
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Listening to the sounds samples on rockpassion.com on headphones I thought I heard one clean amp against one distorted amp (and a little timedifference, maybe a delay).
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17 ***years ***ago
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Q nr. 2: it's not on the downloadsection, just click on "pressconference 2005" on the main page
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17 ***years ***ago
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220. Re: No
Yes!
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17 ***years ***ago
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Yeah, keep in mind it's been some time since their last real show. Then it's a very brave move to play live to the world press and even more so as a fivepiece. A week ago I found it hard to believe they would do that and I'm very happy they did. And I prefer my rock 'roll a bit sloppy to boring perfection!
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17 ***years ***ago
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Could be the live ambience echo. Did they use multiple guitaramps? If so I might have heard one clean amp against one distorted amp (and maybe a little timedifference, delay).
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17 ***years ***ago
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Sounds great, but listen to it on headphones (on rockpassion). Seems like 3 guitars to me (?). I'm I right or have I consumed my rock 'n roll too loud lately?
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17 ***years ***ago
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I like it. Made me think of "Highwire". Anyway, kick ass R'n R!
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17 ***years ***ago
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Martin D1 sounds also great, about 900 dollars. Check
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17 ***years ***ago
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Thanks a lot!
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17 ***years ***ago
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Hi Stonefan, I have a problem with Under My Thumb (Pontiac 12.01.81) on your great Rockpassion site. It skips and jumps. Is there a way to solve it? RnT
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17 ***years ***ago
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See It's suggesting the gig will be filmed.
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17 ***years ***ago
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Too tight (if it's his)
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17 ***years ***ago
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CD wrote > Voodoo, no matter what we now think we hear was also recorded digitally.> Check this interview with engineer Don Smith and with Don Was. It says a Studer A-27 analogue tape machine was used on VL.
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17 ***years ***ago
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Bruno wrote: >I suppose the Stones are recording digitally, don't they? How do you do an analogue mixing from these digital recordings??> If they go or analogue mixing it's not very likely they've been recording digitally. Wouldn't make sense as it would take two unnecessary transfers from digital to analogue and back (for the mastering).
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17 ***years ***ago
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Brown Sugar, You Gotta Move and Wild Horses were recorded in Muscle Shoals. See for the recording of Brown Sugar:
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17 ***years ***ago
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I saw the HBO-show (januari 18th) on a bootleg DVD yesterday and it surprised me in a positive way. I had already watched the show several times on 4 flicks, but the raw sound of the "on the spot" mix (less loud vocals, louder guitars, although sometimes also a very loud piano...) was very exciting. My friends (who hadn't seen this show before) were really impressed, especially by
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17 ***years ***ago
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This is a very important issue. Imo the Stones and modern recording technology don't go well together. First there's the sound itself. Analogue warmth serves them well. They should stay in the analogue field as long as possible (at least till the mastering). Second it's far more exciting when there are some things left to discover. I mean, after listening to Exile a 1000 times,
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17 ***years ***ago
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You're absolutely right CD. For work in the studio (assuming Bill is out of the question) I'd go for Keith. He plays different and his parts fit well. His playing on Voodoo Lounge on Brand new car, where the bass drops in on the second verse, is really great.
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17 ***years ***ago
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Don't you love the sound of the records recorded with the mobile? It's a pitty it's gone. They should've kept it.
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17 ***years ***ago
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The beginning of Start me up. He turns the beat around on the kick drum. A great moment.
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17 ***years ***ago
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Well, to be honest, I actually like Heathen Chemistry, their last album. The single Hindu Times has a massive wall of sound, the drums buried in the guitars. The sound reminded me of Stones singles like Get off of my cloud, 19th Nervous Breakdown & Have you seen your mother. To me it sounded exciting. And the Gallaghers are always good for a laugh, aren't they?
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17 ***years ***ago
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You're absolutely right. It's a real joy to listen to Bill on HG. It's also got to do with his sound. A bit dry and often in the middle range (not just the lows), which makes it easy to follow him. I specially like Love in Vain, the high notes he plays as an 'introduction' to the slideguitar. Just lovely. The Stones (and us fans) have been blessed with his unique style of
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17 ***years ***ago
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The guitarplayer on the left is Jeff Beck, right? Who's the other one on the tele?
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