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rattler2004
Black and Blue...is largely unlistenable, but that’s my opinion. The top 4, well at least we can all agree on the albums that belong there. Some Girls Tattoo You Goats Head Soup It’s Only Rock & Roll Emotional Rescue Undercover A comprehensive list including the Live Albums, including the vault releases with the same thoughtfulness and less argumentative personal bias and taste
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This song, the Bittersweet Symphony, virtually disappeared as soon as the copyright infringement was filed.
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Quoteoldschool The Doors are one band even my wife and young daughters like listening to as they generally are not fans of some of my music. I highly recommend the following official live releases if you can find them and like live shows..... Live in Detroit 1970........... Jim is very mellow and dark in this concert but the performance is stellar. One of the best versions of "the End&
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Quoteloog droog Quotekeefriffhard4life Quotenoughties A thought: Abba dominated the mid and late 70s. Then, when the decade came to a close, the time was right for The Doors. huh? the doors dominated the late 60's I think that's a reference to the Doors comeback when they were used on the Apocalypse Now! soundtrack in '79, and then when Morrison was on the cover of Rolling Ston
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rattler2004
So we know why The Stones scrapped their part of this release, anyone know why Stevie Wonder didn’t release his tracks?
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Paul Rothchild was quite simply incorrect in his assessment of the LA Woman release. He was also incorrect in his production of The Soft Parade. Odd that their worst album came in the middle of their recording career (with Morrison) Also I’ve read that Rothchild didn’t initially ‘get’ The Doors...it was by Botnick’s insisting that they were great that he finally came to understand their mus
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QuoteRedhotcarpet Quotestonehearted Fun fact: Most of Strange Days consists of outtakes from the first album, that is, songs that were written around the same time. Demos of My Eyes Have Seen You and Moonlight Drive date back to 1965 -- in that same recording session (September 2, 1965 at World Pacific Jazz Studios in Los Angeles, CA), they also demoed 2 songs that would be on their third a
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QuoteHairball Their first and last albums w/Morrison are my personal favorites. Some great tunes in between (along with some uneven stuff), but those two are the perfect bookends. From Break on Through and Light My Fire to Riders on the Storm and L.A. Woman...greatness. This...but add Strange Days as well
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QuoteKevinLocksPerm Bored with all this endless talk and speculation about a new album. They should take what they've got and mix it up with outtakes from Voodoo Lounge, Bridges to Babylon, 2002 sessions and A Bigger Bang and just release it as an album. Let's face it apart from a few people on here nobody would really notice or care. With all the filler on the albums you listed
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rattler2004
This jaunty little ditty
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rattler2004
QuoteMisterDDDD Quote35love I tried to search a thread not too far back that had RS shirts, there was a year of Ronnie Wood sketches of the band, a rare individual had all 4. Had to search for this. Very cool. Tough to near impossible find now I'm sure, but what a great find if possible! I had the Keith and Mick shirts...night then off of the official site more than a decade ago
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rattler2004
Quotemosthigh The '95 Gerald Scarfe shirt is pretty amazing imo. (not mine) These are awesome!
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QuoteHairball Fantastic album that came out when I was 16 yrs. old, and saw the original show twice at the L.A. Sports Arena, 1980 - it set the bar very high as far as all around concert experiences go. Wow, I would’ve loved to have seen one of those shows. I’ve seen a bootleg DVD of one of the London shows, must’ve been incredible to experience in person. I remember when the album came
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rattler2004
QuoteHairball Quoterattler2004 2 Desert Trip T-Shirts charcoal & khaki (same as Hairball) I bought the official khaki version at one of the merch stands the first day (there was also a black version), and then a high quality charcoal bootleg for half the price in the parking lot the following day. I recognized the guy who makes and sells them as I've bought shirts from him in the past
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QuoteCaptainCorella Quoterattler2004 Exile, 3 balls ‘78 Tour Female Mao figure Blue & Lonesome ‘71 Blue Tongue (Mick @ Desert Trip) Stones tongue with Desert Trip inlay 2 Desert Trip T-Shirts charcoal & khaki (same as Hairball) Tongues Urban Jungle ‘72 Tour ‘97 Texas Motor Speedway ‘02 Licks tour 3 Tongues 50th Anni Tongues ‘05 Austin Event shirt...burnt orange shirt with a wh
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Exile, 3 balls ‘78 Tour Female Mao figure Blue & Lonesome ‘71 Blue Tongue (Mick @ Desert Trip) Stones tongue with Desert Trip inlay 2 Desert Trip T-Shirts charcoal & khaki (same as Hairball) Tongues Urban Jungle ‘72 Tour ‘97 Texas Motor Speedway ‘02 Licks tour 3 Tongues 50th Anni Tongues ‘05 Austin Event shirt...burnt orange shirt with a white tongue and Texas Longhorns My
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rattler2004
QuoteBungo The one in Texas is, naturally, bigger >< It has to be, by Law. Lol Texan here
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Quotewhitem8 I too am a big black Crowes fan. And I too am also very irritated with Chris. He is a fantastic singer no doubt about it. But reading the interviews and articles about the break up it’s very depressing to read Chris’s roll in all of this. Then when magpie salute started up he was disparaging calling them a crowes cover band. It was interesting to read Rich’s response, him saying tha
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rattler2004
QuoteHairball I remember seeing The Song Remains the Same in the theaters when it was released, and needless to say I was mesmerized. It was a double feature, and Alice Coopers Welcome to My Nightmare was up first. Back then I didn't have any bootlegs of Zep (my older bro might have), so what I saw was what I got. Also listened religiously to the soundtrack album - the live version of No Q
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Quoteroryfaninva No doubt inspired by... I thought it’s inspired more by the positive reception of Magpie Salute...Chris Robertson, Jealous Again indeed.
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141. Re: Oasis
Quotepotus43 Quoteumakmehrd Quotestonesstein Quotebuttons67 oasis, were way to overrated and compared to a lot of music of other generations most of their stuff was bland, with a couple of good songs. also had 2 characters who disappeared up their own back side several times. I do not do this often, but Dude, what planet are YOU from? This band beat the UK and the world over the head with r
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rattler2004
QuoteRollingFreak God, if he's not gonna tour, then I wish he'd do like Master Classes where he just brings a guitar, has an audiences, and answers questions and plays some stuff if asked. That would be awesome to just be in a room with him. I'd kill for the tour thats never gonna happen as long as he's alive, but just seeing him pick up the guitar in this clip gives me chills
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3 ***years ***ago
rattler2004
Interesting Podcast interview with Fagen
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rattler2004
QuoteHairball QuoteRollingFreak Sorry, it was never promising. The fact that Keith finally got a solo album out before Page should tell you all you need to know. Page is all talk, always has been talk, and will unfortunately continue to disappoint many fans of his for probably the rest of his life. I'd love it if he'd prove me wrong but he hasn't in 10 years and I don't see th
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rattler2004
Memo from Turner Jump on Top of Me Pass the Wine Let it Loose Winter I can dream
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rattler2004
I remember them being all over the radio in the summer of ‘78, I have vague memories of hearing Hot Stuff and Angie on the radio... They were my first concert in July of ‘78 at Muni Stadium in Cleveland... I do remember seeing the movie Apacalypse Now! And hearing Satisfaction in one of the river boat scenes and being really struck with how good the song is....
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Quotecrholmstrom i had a quick listen to the new record & was underwhelmed. of course, the songs could easily get much better live. i found that to be the case with the monsanto years material. The Monsanto Years was unlistenable to me. I did like Peace Trail, but honestly I’ve got to be a mood to listen to Neil Young.
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rattler2004
QuoteGasLightStreet Quoterattler2004Incidentally I did see The Doors of the 21st Century with Ian Asbury, it was a good show...no Jim Morrison, but not money I regretted spending. As close as anyone can get to Morrison, though. Astbury did a great job - and was incredibly humbled by the experience, not just singing Morrison's words. Q: In 2002, you became part of the Doors of the 21s
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QuoteHairball Quoterattler2004 Is Van Halen still a band? The should’ve changed their name when Hagar joined them. I know they toured with Roth, but it’s basically a nostalgia act now isn’t it? Like the Moody’s Blues or Beach Boys. Before I saw them I’d have said The Who, but they put on a powerful and good show so why not?...I never got to see them with Moon, but I did see them in ‘82 and
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rattler2004
Is Van Halen still a band? The should’ve changed their name when Hagar joined them. I know they toured with Roth, but it’s basically a nostalgia act now isn’t it? Like the Moody’s Blues or Beach Boys. Before I saw them I’d have said The Who, but they put on a powerful and good show so why not?...I never got to see them with Moon, but I did see them in ‘82 and they were (gasp) much better at
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