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Four Stone Walls
QuoteRockman Lets just live for now treacle .... Cant change the past ... who knows what the future may bring.... live for now Bang on. ( the Billabong). You may well be aware of the book ' The Power of Now', Rockman. ( Eckhart Tolle) If not, it will Rock your Socks off. Eddy
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Ok, have listened to both now. Far, far prefer the original. It has more natural life to it. Jingly piano in to the fore. Tight rhythm section to the fore. And Jaggers' vocals too. He's following his own 60s 'guideline' that the words should not be cristal clear so that you can understand every word - not clearly enunciated. A more nuanced approach. The tarted up v
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***1 year ***ago
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Thank.you very much ProfessorWolf for posting the original. Not a great song. Not surprised they left it in the can. Charlie good though. Will 'go compare' but still wondering if it from '73 iorr originally. No obvious Taylor though ( nor on Drift Away however).
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***1 year ***ago
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Great to hear so many positive comments ( on what was played! and how well it was played) And toured ongenuine Mick/ Keith camaraderie. Keith even now looks cool - soft lemon yellow hat with silk maroon shirt. Trendsetter! And Glimmers even look well dress- co-ordinated together. Twins indeed. E.
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***1 year ***ago
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Could someone please post a link to the original version? Jaggers vocals here do sound to me too manicured. Am with ribbelchips there. But will be good to hear his original ones. And originally from '72 sessions? Or possibly from IORR ones? If so, then not out of place on TY because at least two other tracks from that era on TY. And some from '75. It wasn't all late-seve
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***1 year ***ago
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Hmmmmm, now that's a tricky one. Choral music - hymns, praise music? No beers required. Just noticed that Weller guested on one track at Ronnie's Mr Luck gig. ' Shame, Shame, Shame' ( no it wasn't)
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***1 year ***ago
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I never forget! 2 of the best. To me it feels ultimately hollow without the human hear eat at the centre. And for creative purposes. But one final hoorah - preferably with all five - YES ( as per Jumping Kentflash). A week to month of shows. Back to the beginning.
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***1 year ***ago
Four Stone Walls
QuoteJumpingKentFlash I can only state my opinion. Do this US Tour in Charlie’s honour and then maybe a single indoor show in London early next year - After that, call it quits. The US Tour is unfinished business from last year. They’ll be able to honour CW there. And then a London show to get a proper ending. I agree with you now. Having watched the video footage. The thrill has gone.
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***1 year ***ago
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Quotepeoplewitheyes Quote Four Stone Walls Only problem - they advocated Toryism ( Thatcher et al) All very well being radical, but ....... I don't think that's correct at all. They hated the tories, and Weller was one of the leaders of Red Wedge in the mid-80s Weller and Red Wedge He changed. When I interviewed in '77 ( New Musical Express) he said he had had en
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***1 year ***ago
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It's only rock and roll but they like it. Actually they do have a business / corporation to support - too, and touring must benefit that. Positive feedback mechanism! But as for being a working studio band ........
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***1 year ***ago
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Yes, I bought their first album (In the City) when it came out. Loved the track Taking my Love. Bricks and Mortar too. Rickenbackers, baby. And feedback. Saw them live the same year. I too loved Bruce Foxton's bass playing and his style. Only problem - they advocated Toryism ( Thatcher et al) All very well being radical, but ....... But musically ..... a breath of fresh
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Yes, Brown Sugar has been there far too long and it's just something they churn out for the fans. Good to ring some changes. ( Personally I haven't heard a good version live since '73 - which really had attack and pace. Maybe they need to start shows with it again to reinvigorate it) Woke stuff - no idea - but glad they resting it.
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteRockman Thanks, right. The one called I Feel So Good is a live Rock out of 8 mins and more. with he line, 'I feel so good, I feel like balling the Jag'..... which is not a reference to Jagger but to a car I think ( Jaguar) I Feel So Good is a Big Bill Broonzy song .... I feel like ballin' the jack .... ( to go hard ... to go flat out ) Thanks, honoured to
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteRocktiludrop QuoteFour Stone Walls Not exactly a new topic! but ..... Steve Jordan was chosen with Charlie's blessing for this autumn/fall tour. An obvious choice and no- one seemed to object. Then the unexpected happened on 24th August. A thread to wish Steve luck . Great. The first show - they are playing ( and praying) for Charlie. A lot of uncomplimentary comments
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Something for everyone on this album. But not everything for everyone it would seem. Except for two of us here, at least, with Rock or Stone monikers. ps I had always assumed that Gu face was a Mick song. Oh, AND it's not ahead, and it's not behind. It's Bang on Time. And so special because the writers brought all their new material to a Stones table rather than
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***1 year ***ago
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Great Stuff Rockman ( I am always so tempted to type Sockman). Nearly complete! One of my Favorites is Lowdown. A lesson ( a la Keith) in building something from nothing. I do love the guitars on this one - and Jagger's vocals of course, including yapping. The climax is great and then the simple two- chord ending, as it starts. Neat. Simple. Masterful.
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Thanks, right. The one called I Feel So Good is a live Rock out of 8 mins and more. with he line, 'I feel so good, I feel like balling the Jag'..... which is not a reference to Jagger but to a car I think ( Jaguar) Recorded in the States. Forget where. Fillmore? 1970? Their 'Rambler'. Quite some band. And the Faces concert around Christmas time - with Keith
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QuoteRaiseTheKnife QuoteMisterDDDD Quoteexhpart Must say it's very strange not to even know who Kenny Jones is. And have all these opinions on Steve Jordan and drumming. Just sayin'... Takes the pisss out of any drumming argument really. Methinks it's not the playing the obviously ignorant young lad has a problem with. Shame he's been able to clog up the threads with thi
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QuotePaddy Quoteterraplane QuotePaddy Quotepeoplewitheyes Whoa, I've never heard that about Townshend and Reni! Got any more details? Pretty sure I read it in John Robb’s book, but it’s mentioned a little here. Reni is great but I think he is pretty volatile? Yeah he’s a bit of a drama queen I think. But vocally he added a lot to the Roses as well as his drumming. Just a natural beh
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***1 year ***ago
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I'm interested to know who is doing the back g vocals with Mick early on in the song. Not a Stone. I agree that it's fairly generic and so dependent on the Brown Sugar riff - as such. I had never given it much attention before - but now I here how good the drums are - and anyway it's a long time since they have recorded anything so vital. First solo Keith, second Taylor. Othe
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QuoteLady Jayne I wonder what the process for choosing Steve Jordan for this tour were and how long they had to sort out a replacement for Charlie. I know the official line is that he was Charlie's choice but I take those PR statements with a pinch of salt to be frank. It may be that there were limited options given the time frames. Obviously, Jordan is a very accomplished professional, wa
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Four Stone Walls
142. Drummers
Not exactly a new topic! but ..... Steve Jordan was chosen with Charlie's blessing for this autumn/fall tour. An obvious choice and no- one seemed to object. Then the unexpected happened on 24th August. A thread to wish Steve luck . Great. The first show - they are playing ( and praying) for Charlie. A lot of uncomplimentary comments about the new drum sound in the show-rev
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***1 year ***ago
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Quotejumpingjackflash5 QuoteExileFromNJ Have the critics here ever seen the ragged 1969 show the Stones did in Hyde Park after Brian passed and Mick T. took the spot? It got a lot better after that didn't it? Sara Dash passed away yesterday. I'm guessing KR knew, she was in the Wino's with KR and SJ. How did they feel about that on show day? The point is they have the right
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QuoteRocktiludrop QuoteMathijs I do like it that with Jordan they do play quite a bit faster. I like how they start Trouble's A Coming. Let's be honest, Charlie was dragging quite a bit for the last years. Mathijs Yes he was dragging, and just as i suspected they are playing faster and that will continue with Jordan, songs like Brown Sugar were painfully slow in recent years, Keit
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteNiek Chris Jagger plays sept 29 in our village and I will go and see the band. Lucky you. Where is your village ( in case I know someone near there to recommend it to)?
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Quoteribbelchips Nice little tune, but If the guys name was Chris Johnson instead of Jagger, no one would give a flying f... I would. Infact at least two of them. But we would never have heard it. Great saxes, great bass, great song. 3-5 ffs.
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***1 year ***ago
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I like the video - with so many shots of Charlie smiling. And he plays so really well on this track. No other drummer could have given this out-takes quality song so much life. A good tribute.
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***1 year ***ago
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The stage seems strangely empty. There wasn't much atmosphere there. A wooden audience. Bigger venues with real fans will create more atmosphere and fire them up a bit more. Mick doesn't seem to be into his dancing much. Not being negative - just observations. Never could have been a 'normal' night. Difficult, but necessary.
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***1 year ***ago
Four Stone Walls
QuoteMack Jigger The two make a great team. Check out Chris Jagger's 7" vinyl single he released on Record Store Day a couple of years ago: Concertina Jack / Pearl Of A Girl. Especially the b-side Pearl Of A Girl is worth checking out. It's an actual duet between the brothers instead of Mick just singing backing vocals. Good info, Mr Jigger. How's your brother Chras?
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***1 year ***ago
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Quoteslewan QuoteHendrik This is the setlist, SFM wasn't played, so 14 songs in total: Hendrik Mulder what would have happened if it had rained? (the set list say "no rain") They would have played Rain Fall Down
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