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rattler2004
QuoteMisterDDDD QuoteDonnebr Say him in concert in Philadelphia last night. He puts on a very laid back show with a great band. Worth checking out. He does indeed. Went to a few of his shows last year, excellent band he's put together. Got to briefly meet him backstage.. Lucinda Williams was opening and Plant and I were both wearing the same Lu shirt Saw him last year in Austin on m
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2 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
Jeff Beck The Who Steely Dan
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2 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
I like a lot of music...The Rolling Stones are my favorite band but they are not the only thing I listen to, nor do they have a monopoly on great music. First song that popped into my mind Maggie May - Rod Stewart...especially this time of year
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2 ***years ***ago
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QuoteMeise Both album have their highlights and weaknesses. It makes little sense to compare song to song. It's more the overall mood and expression of an album that leaves a superior feeling. Moreover, it's always individual taste in rating an album. I always liked GHS better than IORR but wouldn't say that the latter is their worst 1970s album. B&B is worse than IORR ...
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2 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
Send it to Me Emotional Rescue She’s so Cold Slave Waiting on a Friend Too Much Blood One Hit Dirty Work Terrifying Break the Spell
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2 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
Reading threads like these...disappoints me
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2 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
The event posters and t-shirts for these shows have been fantastic...love this idea.
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2 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
I recall reading that the Stones has a guest in the studio when they were recording this track...the guest didn’t play on the track, but the Stones wanted to impress or show off a little. The rumored studio visitor.... Mr Jeff Beck
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2 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
Quotecoloradocanyons Quoterattler2004 Have they upgraded their sound system? The Houston show was so clear, I could finally here all the between song banter, that’s a first since ‘78. Wondering if their using Roger Waters’ system in Palm Springs caused them to upgrade. While I have not been to a show on this tour yet (finally next week!) I would assume they are still using Clair Global (or Cl
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2 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
Have they upgraded their sound system? The Houston show was so clear, I could finally here all the between song banter, that’s a first since ‘78. Wondering if their using Roger Waters’ system in Palm Springs caused them to upgrade.
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2 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
When we left the show it occurred to us...Keith didn’t smoke a cigarette the entire show, nor did Ronnie...did they quit?
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2 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
QuoteExileFromNJ With the temp and humidity in summer Houston I'm betting it's closed. Oddly enough, it’s been unseasonably mild today and the same is forecast for Saturday.
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2 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
Can’t wait Got to download my tickets from Ticketmaster about an hour ago...it’s getting real
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2 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
Probably one of the Desert Trip T’s
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2 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
Like someone else posted...at the time it was a great, great show. The Stones were generally regarded as Geezers who were way past their prime. The 80’s for a large part had a lot of recording artists that couldn’t play live to safe their life...plus the sound at most large venues was muddy and overloaded...If memory serves The Stones used the same system or company that Michael Jackson used on
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2 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
I remember when’s ITTOD was released...In the Evening was all over the radio...in the summer of 1980 my older brother and I went to visit my oldest brother, who was a pilot in the USAF stationed in Germany. He took us to see Led Zeppelin in Frankfurt...absolutely the loudest concert I’d ever been to...my chest thumped along with Bonham’s kick drum. I agree with Hairball, I don’t dislike anyth
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2 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
QuoteHairball They restored my faith at the Desert Trip shows- truly astounding sets both musically and visually, and that's the reason I want to see them again. Prior to that, the last time I saw them was in 2007 at Long Beach Arena, and it was a very poor show - based on that I would have never bothered to see them again - which I didn't - until the explosive sets at Desert Trip!
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2 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
QuoteRocky Dijon Would have been 1987 or 1988 for The Gunslingers. It was when a I was at Ohio State...so yeah, those could be the years....so long ago. Lol
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2 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
I met Ronnie & Bo Diddly when they were touring together in 84 or 85.
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2 ***years ***ago
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There was a member who either was there or spoke to someone who was at their first show in San Antonio dieting their first visit to the States...they posted pictures of the band onstage and off...even got their autographs.
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2 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
Saw it last night Took a few artistic liberties with a few things, but overall a good movie. The actors who played Brian May & John Duncan really looked like them...and Rami, Rami does such a good job at channeling Freddie, especially in the last third of the film that its almost eerie. Sidenote, Mike Myers steals the scene with his diatribe against Bohemian Rhapsody in favor of I’m
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rattler2004
QuoteHairball I liked them quite a bit up until the Monster album in 1994, but it's their earlier albums that were truly the greatest - I still have the vinyl and cassettes! They're like a time capsule to me now, and have to say I never even realized they actually broke up! We are on the same wavelength.. I did get to see them in ‘94 or ‘95, it was a very good concert. Fable
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QuoteOpenG They sure used risky lyrics back then - lets go down lowhand road sure rivals the lemon song. Misheard lyric? “I have a friend in town, he's heard your name We can go out driving on Slow Hand Row We could stay inside and play games, I don't know And you could have a change of heart”
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3 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
Different strokes...it’s cool I’ve always loved Jazz...for me that is what holds a lot of the appeal of Steely Adan & Donald Fagen’s solo music
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3 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
Quote24FPS QuoteDandelionPowderman «Steely Dan» will play The Nightfly? Interesting... A bit like Mick playing She's The Boss, billed as the Stones - without Keith Not really. People still like and respect The Nightfly. Count me amount them...I’ve enjoyed that album since it was released.
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3 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
Just bought Asrosmith’s Get Your Wings Love that 70s sound
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3 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
QuoteTravelinMan I love this song and don’t consider it filler at all. The same can’t be said for other stuff on the album like Short and Curlies and Dance Little Sister. Don’t get me wrong I like them, but those songs literally say nothing (the definition of filler). Also, they could have left off the cover tune and made it a B-Side, it contradicts the first song and that has always bothered me
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3 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
Lol Hell yes! The guy wrote like 100,000 songs
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3 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
Being at the show was more fun that watching the DVD
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3 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
Desert Trip, for the same reasons as Hairball...although the Stones played a decent set, they blew Dylan away...not exactly a high bar...especially the first weekend.
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