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16 ***years ***ago
maumau
i think it is likely they will air soundbits of the new single or even more as they did for b2b (ASMB + FTS) i think it would be f*****g great if they would play it in a 15minutes gig along with another new song and, uh BS or JJF or SMU... i don't think these is very likely the point of not being in the stores is...pointless as we know that we're gonna find it somewhere, somehow
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16 ***years ***ago
maumau
Chelsea i think you nailed it and more, not even they were so unkind to media and press (i.e. common people opinion) not to be, literally, dead and gone, but were so rude they did not put up some glasses on, change haircut, act like "mature rock intellectual prophets with an art message" (i'm thinking of lou reed right now), instead they keep on rock and rolling and, how baffling
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16 ***years ***ago
maumau
here we go again, davido and hairball. i agree with you, in fact here and elsewhere i posted miy views of what should be the direction M&K should take not to revive the past or being up to date but to renew their creativity if there's any anymore (in terms of musicians playing or not playing with them, producer saying far toomany yeeees men, etc) but the point on this thread is not th
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16 ***years ***ago
maumau
and uh i don't like the b-stage very much IORR is average as it has been worn out and played as a staight chuck's cover, when the whip is noisy but messy and they miss the changes in rhythm that is its force. BS, well, here we are OPen-g, i adore to be entertained with brown sugar and always will, i don't give e fuc# about mistakes or flaws, because i know what it means to be there
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16 ***years ***ago
maumau
no no please why give it a rest? he HAS to be honest and we all HAVE to appreciate it what's next Open-G? please i do want to be enlightened it is so cold and dark out here brrr IMO (remember i am blind and deaf because i dont' believe in God i.e. MT) HBO's Midnight rambler and Monkey man were great renditions and also IYCRM was groovy while i hate chuck's brass u
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16 ***years ***ago
maumau
"I have loved this band since I first heard "Jumping Jack Flash" in 1968 and when I criticise them, rather than blindly adore and proclaim that they can do no wrong as some here often do, it's because I DO love the band and expect great things from them because I know they are capable of producing great music and performances, which seem to have been lacking in the last few to
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16 ***years ***ago
maumau
me myself i thank the gods of r'n'r that they recorded hot stuff, hand of fate, shattered, miss you, when the whip, beast of burden, emotional rescue, dance, let me go, start me up, hang fire, black limo, slave, pretty beat up, ...etc up to thief in the night i won't change a nostalgic reverie for a past that "was" and a future that would have been for the reality - with
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16 ***years ***ago
maumau
country honk, you finally got open-g point.... another player, a virtuoso player as there were many around in the seventies, that got in the band in 75, a new album, entitled something like "Time waits no word" or "Dark slide of the moron" or "In the court of the vibrato king", and that's it a farewell tour in 78 a reunion tour in 95 a farewell we swear tou
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16 ***years ***ago
maumau
oh my kahoosier you want me laughing dead!
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16 ***years ***ago
maumau
i completely agree with kahoosier and especially with the bowie/ronson comparison though i like the berlin era and some of of the late 70's early 80's things of the duke (lodger, scary monsters) i still remain fond of the early seventies bowie (that i think is common and reasonable) and for that i can call myself a bowie's fan then, it never occured to me to sign in his fanclub
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16 ***years ***ago
maumau
oh yes but there's more. Have you seen the movie The Agronomist by Jonathan Demme, a biopic on the life of a well known haitian journalist shot dead in 2000? Well i'm surprise that you - Open G - have not noticed the fact that Ronnie is clearly visibile while he run away from the crime scene in the first images caught by the camera after the homicide. You will notice that three men r
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16 ***years ***ago
maumau
i was there first row close to b stage and had fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuun a lot )
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16 ***years ***ago
maumau
what's beautiful in songs like winter or time waits for no one? i can't hear it, sorry. Sure sway, CYHMK, shine a light, etc i understand and i can clearly see MT specific contribution there, but then i agree with who said that had they followed MT's spin in IOrR they would have become a pseudoprog band the fact that you (MCD) quote Almost hear you "sigh" as something
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16 ***years ***ago
maumau
"The real test is the music itself and those sounds don,t lie and you can fool some of the folks some of time but not all the time." yeas those sounds don't lie not even 100 years ago winter can you hear the music angie till the next goodbye time waits for no one if you really want to be my friend short and curlies etc all top stones sounds i suppose it'
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16 ***years ***ago
maumau
hound dog and monkey man made the point more over most songs on sf and eoms came from late 60's sessions... and what about GHS and IORR that are the only two whole records of the Taylor era? i personally like very much IORR and think that GHS is one of their weaker albums ever. It is certainly their weaker of the seventies well it is also the only record that can be said to be
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