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Amazing musicians Don&Phil. Rockandroll, Mops
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If the Stones postponed their US tour" without Charlie", will people believe that the Gods of Rock and Roll vetoed the rescheduled tour? Rockandroll, Mops
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Quotercfoxy Quoterollmops QuoteHairball Drift Away...never liked the Stones version...pales in comparison to Dobie Gray's hit version. It is funny because I was thinking that if "Drift Away" was promoted the right way it could be a hit which goes against your view. That is ok. My rational is that lot of people are familiar with the song and they would be surprised that the Stones c
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QuoteHairball Drift Away...never liked the Stones version...pales in comparison to Dobie Gray's hit version. It is funny because I was thinking that if "Drift Away" was promoted the right way it could be a hit which goes against your view. That is ok. My rational is that lot of people are familiar with the song and they would be surprised that the Stones covered it. Just a thought.
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Is Sicily safe for a rich man with his family? When I think Sicily I think mafia. May be I am wrong to think that way. No disrespect for the people of Sicily who are great people like the rest of us. Rockandroll, Mops
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If I remember Keith's book, Richards said that at th time of the "Perfomance" movie making,his relationship with Mick was damaged. I think Keith said that after it was not the same. If doubt in Keith's mind started there, it is possible to trace the fall out to that point although it is a stretched.
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If Mick and Keith allow Steve to "let the tiger out" at the end of the extended jam on songs like JJF or BS that could be exciting. Rockandroll, Mops
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With the Winos, Steve's drums are upfront, some may say loud. With the Stones my guess is that is not going to be the case. Probably a more conventional mix&balance which will make a difference with the Winos sound. Rockandroll, Mops
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QuoteRockman The Wolf freaked Ringo out on the first night .... Ringo never came back .... That's funny. Ringo was subbing for Charlie on may 2nd because Watts was not available that day .On the 3rd Charlie and Bill showed up and played for the rest of the sessions during that week. Rockandroll, Mops
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Released in 1971( famous year in R&R) on rolling stones record. Very much connected to the Stones with Ian, Bill and Charlie on it. Rockandroll, Mops
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With Steve stepping in for Charlie it is reassuring. Steve has proven to be an essential musical relationship to Keith; in fact few years ago(2015) Jordan convinced Richards to work on his solo career again. I try to have a positive view on the situation, and I hope that musically something great happen. Get well Charlie and comeback soon! Rockandroll, Mops
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QuoteTaylor1 Why not ask Ringo to sit in until Charlie is better Any suggestion beside Steve could involve the showing of the Blade. Take it easy guys! Rockandroll, Mops
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I drove to Atlantic City friday (from DC) to catch the Blues Travelers at the HArdrock Cafe. Opening the show was J.J. Grey and Mofro. J.J. was amazing!!! I wore a mask but it seems that I was the only one in the audience of maybe 400 persons. I felt weird but I kept my mask on because I believe I was doing the right thing. Rockandroll, Mops
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Mick and Keith are not drummers; although they could direct Steve a little bit, my guess is that Steve is on his own as far as deciding what he will do musically. Steve is a great musician and he will not get in the way of the songs, but I am sure that critics are going to come at him pretty hard. Rockandroll, Mops
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Quoteroundnround Just want to set the record straight... I conducted the interview with Steve Jordan for the Darryl Jones documentary. What has been "quoted" here by some people is wildly exaggerated and inaccurate. It was a long interview and Steve said many positive things about both Bill Wyman and Darryl. He did not trash Bill or devalue his contributions to the Stones at all. He
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QuoteMassimo68 Gabby Williams, french team qualified today for the semi-finals. Nice tattoo At first I thought that the Stones' logo was photo shopped. But after googling her and going through many pictures, I found one with the tongue on her arm. Is she a fan? She is young so maybe she just got it because it looks cool. I work for public middle school in the USA and once in a while
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My guess is that Steve Jordan is going to play the parts that Charlie has created over the decades, the parts that are essential to the songs but when the stones are going to play the end of the warhorses where it can get loose and crazy Steve is going to kick some ass which could bring something new and exciting for the musicians and the audience.That would be a good scenario ; respect for the
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Steve has spent lot of time with Keith. I can only image that they must have spoken about the stones music. If Steve believes that Bill did not contribute that much while Steve was not present with band, his point of view on the subject must have been also influenced by Keith's stories. Is that fair to say/guess? Rockandroll, Mops
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When I saw the headliner " Charlie is out" I instinctively thought of Jim Keltner as a substitute. Steve Jordan is great but usually his style is a lot louder than Charlie's. Steve is a super pro and he will synch with the Stones's sound without a problem. It is cool to has Darryl and Steve taking care of the "bottom". Charlie is great and he is irreplacable! Rock
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I celebrated my birthday yesterday with my friend Marie; she is a big fan, she has been to Stones concerts many times always in the pit, always good seats. But this time she is not going. Money, covid19, lack of enthousiasm, I am not sure but I was shocked when she said abrutly " I am not going". I hope to go, to Pittsburg. But I wonder how many fans will decide like Marie not to go.
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QuoteBig Al Very recently, I listened to Dirty Work from start-to-finish, for the first time in an absolute age; in fact, possibly ever. You know, the world didn’t cave in; it’s not that bad at all. I wouldn’t describe the album as ‘good’, but, certainly, a solid ‘meh’, or bang-average. I did listen to it too, recently after following a podcast on the subject of "Dirty Work". I agree wi
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I like that the list has the Dexys "Searching for the soul of young rebels"and Lana Del Rey "Norman fuvking Rockwell". Not records that are mentioned a lot but they are great and special records. Rockandroll, Mops
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Quoteswimtothemoon Pittsburgh Pit1 (Ronnie’s side) are $491.00 at the moment - 7:15pm central. Keith's side after fees are added it is almost $800 per tix. Rockandroll, Mops
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The last time I saw them live was 2019 in Landover near DC. I was lucky to be able to afford a pit ticket, Keith's side. The experience was amazing and I felt that everybody else was having a great time. Who is to say that they played better the past decades when you witness with thousands of others that they are still able to move an audience to that degree. Rockandroll, Mops
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Happy birthday Mick! Rockandroll, Mops
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That means that all of them are in good health and good shape to take on the job. I wonder how much rehearsing they will need after all these months spent at home. Good luck to them; they are amazing! Rockandroll, Mops
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QuoteSilver Dagger So this bodes well for 2022 London dates to commemorate their 60th anniversary. The band played their first show at the 100 Club on July 12 1962. I would expect them to play larger outdoor shows to celebrate the event. Interestingly, Hyde Park concerts run for the first two weekends of July, which would be perfect. It's such a historic place for the band that I can s
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My perception of them changes each time they go on tour and I see them perform on stage; before the tour starts I am always anxious that I could be disappointed (example: the last shows of Chuck Berry in Europe). But each time I see them play live I am surprised and still in awe at how strong and great they are on stage. Rockandroll, Mops
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I hope for you that you will get better. Keep on rocking!! Rockandroll, Mops
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The Red Devils were a great band, hard working which is the key. They were young, playing all the time with passion for the blues, like the Rolling Stones in the early 60's. Rockandroll, Mops
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