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drewmaster
Quoteironbelly Quotedrewmaster Very nice, especially those harmony backing vocals, which remind me of "Through the Lonely Nights". Is that Taylor on lead guitar? Drew The base track was recorded in 1979. So Taylor is on lead for sure ?? Taylor left the band in '74. Drew
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drewmaster
Very nice, especially those harmony backing vocals, which remind me of "Through the Lonely Nights". Is that Taylor on lead guitar? Drew
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drewmaster
Quotejumpingjackflash5 If Mick gets replaced by some blues singer or Keith gets replaced by some other rhythm guitarist, would you also close your eyes, smile and say everything is alright? This way you can make the Rolling Stones eternal band! Exactly. Where is the line drawn? Keith?? Mick?? Or is every single member replaceable and the band remains the Rolling Stones forever, even without a
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QuoteGerardHennessy For me it all seems desperately sad. Not disrespectful or inappropriate or anything so extreme. Just rather sad. And, dare I say it, a little tawdry. At least for me. Arguments will continue for all time about whether they should, or should not, continue. Whether they are, or are not, The Stones. One thing is definitely true, there is a tremendous amount of passion invest
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It's astounding how some fans will do anything to convince themselves that this is still the Rolling Stones, without Charlie. It's not. As one of the YouTube commenters wrote: nope,....he cant do it, he cant make that weird pulse. its asking alot, hes a great drummer, but making that rolling stones moving syncopation where the bass drums ahead of the beat and the snares behide
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drewmaster
On a lighter note - Charlie steals this video! Drew
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drewmaster
Nice article about Charlie from the Economist (of all places) - The unlikely rock-and-roller Charlie Watts’s drumming style helped define the Rolling Stones’ sound It was understated but vital Aug 25th 2021 THE ROLLING STONES might be best understood as a band with a split personality. On one side there have been those who hogged the front of the stage—Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and
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drewmaster
Absolutely gobsmacked and heartbroken - devastated to hear this news. No Charlie, no Stones. RIP, Charlie - you were the engine of the band, a brilliant drummer, and a true gentleman. Drew
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drewmaster
QuoteTaylor1 Complete dud bonus tracksunless Come to the Ball is as good as You Can’t Always Get What You Want. Agreed. Very disappointing set of bonus tracks overall, but will be interesting to hear Come to the Ball. Drew
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drewmaster
QuoteTooTough QuoteRuediger The band with two hired musicians might sound like the Stones, but they aren't the Stones. For me, unless Charlie will really recover and again join the others, the book is closed once and forever. Sorry. I´m nearly thinking the same. It´s my "visiting a Stones concert-book". As I said before: I wouldn´t go in ´21 (even if I had tickets) and would
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QuoteS.T.P Quotedrewmaster I'm honestly quite gobsmacked by the willingness of so many to take this in stride and just say "well, Steve Jordan will do a fine job". (And I say this even though I have tons of respect for Steve Jordan - he is brilliant). I have to ask - would you be so willing to just roll with the punches if it were Mick or Keith that was MIA? Drew I'd
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I'm honestly quite gobsmacked by the willingness of so many to take this in stride and just say "well, Steve Jordan will do a fine job". (And I say this even though I have tons of respect for Steve Jordan - he is brilliant). I have to ask - would you be so willing to just roll with the punches if it were Mick or Keith that was MIA? Drew
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drewmaster
Get well soon, Charlie - love ya man!!! I'm out - no Charlie, no Stones. Drew
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drewmaster
The documentary is excellent and features plenty of appearances by the Stones. HAPPY BIRTHDAY BUDDY!!! Love ya man!!! Drew
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drewmaster
Very sad news. I fell in love with "Eliminator" in my freshman year of college (1984) and still love it to this day. Not to mention many other wonderful songs in the Top catalog. RIP, Mr Hill. Drew
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drewmaster
HAPPY BIRTHDAY MICK!!!! Thanks for all the joy you've brought to my life and millions of others. The most awe-inspiring performer in rock and roll, now and forever! Drew
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drewmaster
Quotetreaclefingers Quoteshortfatfanny Quote24FPS I think most consider Undercover, and its followup, Dirty Work, to be the lowest point in their studio albums. There's one good song on Undercover, and maybe three on Dirty Work. Eeer....what ??? You think so...but "most" ? I think Undercover is a masterpiece...compared with Dirty Work. Love Undercover. +1 Drew
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drewmaster
Article from the Atlantic magazine: Space Billionaires, Please Read the Room Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson are choosing a terrible time to leave Earth. By Shannon Stirone The Atlantic July 7, 2021 Dear billionaires, no one cares whom you beat to space. After Jeff Bezos, the world’s richest person, announced that he would join the first crewed flight by his rocket company, Blue
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drewmaster
Thanks. Those are some gorgeous jazzy licks Chuck is playing. Would indeed be interesting to know about the guitar-work. Drew
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drewmaster
Love everything about this track, including the piano. Anyone know who's playing it? Drew
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drewmaster
I remember as a kid, growing up in the 70's next to an ultra-hedonistic college fraternity house, hearing "Light My Fire" coming from one of the rooms, many a summer night. It was a formative moment that helped to cement my fascination with rock and roll. The dark jazzy notes of Manzarek's classic organ solo, followed by Krieger's hauntingly-tripped-out guitar response, b
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drewmaster
Great piece, hadn't it read it before. Thanks for posting. Drew
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drewmaster
Thanks guys. I'm never listening to the Stones again. Just kidding. If that's how they get their rocks off, so be it. Drew
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drewmaster
I hope not. Such a silly, environmentally-destructive sport. Drew
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QuoteNate I agree any private site is entitled to make it’s own rules but some of the rules are ludicrous.I attempted to post a Helmut Newton photograph on Facebook but it turns out you are not allowed to show nudity. What on earth is wrong with looking at a beautiful naked woman. Nate Agree 100% - and can you please post the pic here? Drew
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drewmaster
QuoteNate Great to see artists doing this.I recently closed my Facebook account as I loathe censorship and am becoming more and more intolerant to it. Nate Well done, Nate. Facebook and Twitter are becoming more and more censorious, not to mention being cesspools of negativity that waste people's time and create division and hatred in society. They are the opposite of IORR, in other
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3 ***years ***ago
drewmaster
The actor Charles Grodin has passed away. He starred (along with Robert De Niro) in one of my favorite movies of all time, Midnight Run. Here's one of my favorite scenes. RIP, Charles, and thanks for your great work. Drew
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drewmaster
Even at 77, Mick's vocals still sound absolutely amazing. They've always sounded amazing. But did Mick's vocals "peak" at some point, and if so, when? Or are they peaking now? Drew
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drewmaster
QuoteNilsHolgersson Nobody really cares about new music from the Stones I guess, most of their original fans are senile, dead or so old they don't need new stuff anymore.. but what I think they could do is something like Taylor Swift did with Folklore: The Long Pond Studio Sessions, but with their classic songs. Just have the band play their classic songs in an intimate recording studio and
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drewmaster
Quotejahisnotdead If it's so good, why didn't the Stones release it themselves? Exactly. And you raise some excellent questions in your original post, jahisnotdead. At this point, the Stones will always be recognized as the greatest rock and roll band of the 20th century. But that doesn't mean they can do whatever they want without hurting their legacy. I think continuing
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