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9 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
QuoteGasLightStreet Unless the insurers decline, The Rolling Stones will be touring for years. Health, obviously, granted. No doubt. But I just don't get why money is a motivator for these guys to tour. They already have more money than God. What can Mick do with $800 million that he can't do with $500 million?? Drew
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9 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
QuoteNashvilleBlues QuoteRockman The smart phone girl-generation need to be led ... Look at all so called influencers ... Filthy rich but have they done actually for the world .... What has any entertainer really done for the world? Umm, well let's take the Rolling Stones, and what they have done for me. For starters: Saved my life. Preserved my sanity. Given me countless hours
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9 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
Quoteslewan Quotedrewmaster Taylor Swift Unites America Were the Stones ever THIS big? Drew hard to say – because the market for pupular music is now much bigger than it used to be in he haydays of the Stones (and there was also that boygroup from Liverpool…) But, but - are you sure the market for popular music is bigger than it used to be? My impression is that, for young people, music
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9 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
Quotecrholmstrom She's very smart & talented. Not my cup of tea though. Mine neither. There is nothing in her music that I can relate to or enjoy. Any IORR members who self-identify as a "Swiftie", please speak up now. You will not be judged, just admired for the diversity of your musical palette! Drew
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9 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
Taylor Swift Unites America Were the Stones ever THIS big? Drew
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9 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
QuoteHairball QuoteNilsHolgersson It could be like Barbenheimer: the release of Taylor Swift and the Rolling Stones new albums in the same week. Fans should listen to both albums back to back. #rollingswift a new viral theme. Indeed an interesting turn of events in this never ending saga aka the making of the new Stones album... It seems that either the Stones have to sit it out while Taylor
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9 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
Quoterollmops QuoteMelBelli Mick said he was taken with the architecture of bridges, and that was going to be the name of the album — “Bridges.” And then the playwright Tom Stoppard suggested adding “…to Babylon.” In 1996 Bill Clinton used "the Bridge" as an image and a slogan to connect the 20th century with the 21 th; the bridge was cool around that time! May be the symbolism inspi
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9 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
QuoteGivenToFly15 It's the official track. This guy simply did an extraction of the channels and put it in another audio file. Well well, if you want it, i can send it to you. Thanks. Any chance you can post the whole thing on IORR? Drew
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9 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
QuoteTaurocTony Mixed Emotions, like you've never heard it before. STREAM That's very awesome. Thanks for posting. Where/when was this recorded? Drew
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9 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
I just discovered this fan-fiction website, with hundreds of imaginary stories about the exploits of the Rolling Stones. Some of them are really quite wonderful. Here's one hilarious example, set at Mick Jagger's 32nd Birthday Party. Drew
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9 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
9 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
It occurred to me that, if you add up the number of people that Mick has brought joy (or at least pleasure) to in his lifetime, he may well be miles ahead of every other human being in history. Is anyone else even in the running? Drew
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9 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
Happy Birthday to the greatest front-man in history and one of the coolest cats alive. Thank you for all the joy you've brought to the world, Mick!! Drew
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9 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
QuoteKoen I thought it was fun to watch. I did too. It's a pity that each of the "dolls" has only one move, repeated over and over and over. Especially a shame with Mick. Would have been cool if they had captured many more of his hundreds of moves. Still, a fun interpretation of a classic. Drew
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10 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
Quotetimmyj3 As an adult, my opinion on Black and Blue has only improved slightly. I 100% respect what the Stones did at that point in time. I view this LP as the chronological end to the Exile thru Black and Blue era. I view Exile more in the B&B, Its only RnR, Goats Head Soup era than the previous Big 3. I hold IORR, GHS, in higher regard than most on this board is my feeling. When looking
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10 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
Quoteemotionalbarbecue Hello, not being english speaker I would like some help about the lyrics: Always took candy from strangers Didn't wanna get me no trade Didn´t wanna get me no trade: Who didn´t? the strangers or Keith? Keith. What does it mean "get trade"? Trade: what trade? Meaning (to me) a regular job, where you're working/slaving away. ******* Never
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10 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
A giant figure in American music. What a voice. What a guy. RIP, Tony. Drew
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10 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
QuoteVoodooLounge13 It would be great if they recorded the new album in analog, but I just did a lil research on the current Queen of the Charts, and even Taylor is recording digitally. I thought that perhaps her Folklore and Evermore albums might have been done the old school way, given their warm sound, but that is not the case. It is possible to get a warm sound and not have that over-compre
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10 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
QuoteGasLightStreet Quotedrewmaster To tie in with my question in this thread, are we to expect digital recording yet again for their new album, or will they go analog and bring back the glorious sound of albums like ER and TY? Drew No reason to expect analog. It probably would've been mentioned by now. Pro Tools it is. Bummer. So does the new album have *any* chance of sounding as go
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10 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
QuoteSpud Of course it will be digital... ...but even an old analogue Luddite like me will acknowledge that Digital recording can these days be very good . The problem today is not the technology itself...it's the skills of the engineers and the decisions taken in the course of the recording, mixing and mastering processes. Well in that case, let us hope and pray that it will not b
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10 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
To tie in with my question in this thread, are we to expect digital recording yet again for their new album, or will they go analog and bring back the glorious sound of albums like ER and TY? Drew
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10 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
QuoteElmo Lewis Quotedrewmaster A lot of IORRians (including myself) feel that Black and Blue is one of the best-SOUNDING Stones albums (along with ER and/or TY). But can someone explain to me WHY records produced in the mid-to-late 1970's sound better than records produced 20-25 years later, such as BTB and ABB? Doesn't this defy logic? With all the technological advances in thos
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10 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
A lot of IORRians (including myself) feel that Black and Blue is one of the best-SOUNDING Stones albums (along with ER and/or TY). But can someone explain to me WHY records produced in the mid-to-late 1970's sound better than records produced 20-25 years later, such as BTB and ABB? Doesn't this defy logic? With all the technological advances in those 20-25 years, shouldn't th
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10 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
Elton’s the real deal - an extremely talented musician and performer. Had the good fortune to catch the last show of his Farewell Tour, yesterday evening in Stockholm. He and the band were great. Sad to see him go though. Drew
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10 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
QuoteDorn QuoteGerardHennessy Your point about guests is entirely aligned with my own. Frankly the thought of a guest-packed album, where The Stones will look like a support act, or backing band, to a bunch of other people horrifies me. The practice is vastly over-used nowadays by so many acts. And it always suggests, at least to me, that the main performer feels they need a 'leg-up' fr
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10 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
This one gets better with every listen. Drew
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10 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
QuoteAntoineParis Google translation into English - Little information on planet Stone, since we now know that there will be no tour this year. However, a new album is still in the works. What we knew: the group has been seen in the studio in New York and Los Angeles, accompanied by Steve Jordan, Darryl Jones, Matt Clifford, and even Chanel Haynes. This opus would be produced by Andrew
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11 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
It starts out very strong, but then runs out of gas. Drew
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11 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
Nice to see love for McCarthy on this site. Never underestimate the good tastes of Rolling Stones fans!! Guezeg, if you’d liked Outer Dark, I think you’ll love Suttree. It’s like Outer Dark on steroids! Drew
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11 ***months ***ago
drewmaster
RIP to a legendary American writer, Cormac McCarthy, author of such works as “All the Pretty Horses” and “No Country for Old Men”. His lesser-known “Suttree” is my favorite book of all time - a work of dazzlingly-poetic prose, so dark and so beautiful. Any McCarthy appreciators on IORR? Drew
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