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QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteWitness Quotepaulspendel Yes, the Band has turned into a Brand. And that's where it went wrong. I guess it is not as easy as that. For when did the band not turn from band to brand, but rather double from band into band AND brand? Probably at the height of their career after the artistic turn in their development! And where something went wrong, it was many
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QuoteDandelionPowderman I suggest that you'll have a good listen to the 1975, 1976, 1978, 1981 and 1982-tours OK! What I was thinking about, was as the leading guitarist of the band.
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I believe that, due to the different phases of the band's development during their eras, both Brian and Mick Taylor helped define how the Stones were to sound, Mick Taylor even as much as to make Keith to some extent adapt to Mick Taylor, Brian by mastering various instruments ( maybe also having lost some of his confidence in his guitar playing(?)). In contrast, Ron Wood apparently(?)
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10 ***months ***ago
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What I actually miss, is simply one more Rolling Stones studio album of new songs.
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I am another, who loved the music from the Animals in its time, even if I did not actually buy those records myself before years later, due to scarce money earlier on. So this was sad news!
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QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteDoxa QuoteGasLightStreet WANDERING SPIRIT is 54:05 long. STEEL WHEELS is 53:03. EXILE is 67:07 - double LP. VOODOO is 62:08 - double LP. BRIDGES is 62:27 - double LP. BANG is 64:23 - double LP. I don't know of a concrete rule for what justifies a double LP - regardless of format - but with vinyl, at least before the mid-1990s, not much w
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QuoteGasLightStreet SOME GIRLS is their most important album. As much as EXILE is heralded for what it supposedly is, SG is the album that probably means the most to their legacy. It's not as good as LET IT BLEED or STICKY FINGERS or TATTOO YOU or EOMS or BEGGARS but it's arguable more important than those. I tend to disagree as to legacy. There I consider SOME GIRLS to be not mor
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In the context of the news that BBC brought, how are we then to relate to the following article's further perspectives? "Emerging Coronavirus Variants May Pose Challenges to Vaccines" Even later edit: I ought to have used the noun "mutant" for the outcome of a mutation.
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QuoteBig Al QuoteWitness QuoteWorriedAboutYou She's lucky to have been so attractive in the 60s and bagged a Stone. She wouldn't have a career in music if she looked like Mama Cass back then. No one on here would give her awful records a second glance without the Jagger connection. Your prejudiced view does not apply to everyone. I became aware of the song " Broken English&quo
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QuoteWorriedAboutYou She's lucky to have been so attractive in the 60s and bagged a Stone. She wouldn't have a career in music if she looked like Mama Cass back then. No one on here would give her awful records a second glance without the Jagger connection. Your prejudiced view does not apply to everyone. I became aware of the song " Broken English" by hearing it on the r
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Quotenick1970 Please can someone remind of which particular Stones songs were influenced by Spector. Little by little is one I think.. The title of one song is " Now I've Got A Witness ( like Uncle Phil and Uncle Gene)".
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10 ***months ***ago
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Related to Nina Hagen
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That was really sad to read! Thinking about American all time best bands, Vanilla Fudge were personal favourites of mine.
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QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteWitness QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteStoneage Don't worry, Witness. It seems to be the order here that most fans like almost everything they put out. Dirty Work seems to be the exception though. And, perhaps, some of the Jagger solo material. This is a track that stands out for many fans, so I don't think your comment hits home this t
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The live version from Rome I liked. So the song is better than the studio track with the name "Streets of Love".
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QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteStoneage Don't worry, Witness. It seems to be the order here that most fans like almost everything they put out. Dirty Work seems to be the exception though. And, perhaps, some of the Jagger solo material. This is a track that stands out for many fans, so I don't think your comment hits home this time, mate. Had, say, Blinded By Rainbow gotten the sam
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I am among the apparently few, that remain quite reserved about "Slipping Away"
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Too bad that some persons even have gone to the extreme to make personal threats. Yes, this site and its forum are indeed a blessing for anybody with a passionate interest in Rolling Stones music. Thank you, bv! Edit: I wrote its, not it's, as it came out.
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Quoterollmops Mick when he was a teenager spent a summer vacations with his parents at Amboise. They stayed at the camping which is located on an island on the Loire River, in front of the Castle and not far from Le Clos Luce ,the place where Leonardo de Vinci live. Amboise is located 10 minutes drive from Poce-sur -Cisse. I believe Mick really enjoy the Loire Valley during that summer trip with
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Quotestickyfingers101 Quotebv Some say the DC Capitol riot was just another riot. WRONG. 1. The US President Donald Trump organized and initiated the riot 2. The house raided was not just another house, it was the very center of the US Democracy 3. After the terror attack was a fact, Trump said in a video on twitter "I love you" The President is supposed to be protecting the peo
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QuoteMileHigh QuoteStoneage There is a deeper question behind this: How can a person like Mr Trump be elected in the first place? Why do more than 74 million US citizens vote for him? What can we conclude from that. Those are the real questions. Repeating over and over that Mr Trump is a bufoon doesn't lead anywhere. People can actually think in a way that is different from the way you w
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QuoteTheGreek QuoteWitness Quotekovach QuoteWitness Quotejbwelda >You voted him in. This is what you got. Actually, no, he was not "voted...in", not at all. Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by more than two million votes. That is one of the many deep ironies here: these clowns are now against the electoral college, but it is how they came into power to begin with. Hypocrite
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Quotekovach QuoteWitness Quotejbwelda >You voted him in. This is what you got. Actually, no, he was not "voted...in", not at all. Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by more than two million votes. That is one of the many deep ironies here: these clowns are now against the electoral college, but it is how they came into power to begin with. Hypocrites and parasites, thieves, l
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Quotejbwelda >You voted him in. This is what you got. Actually, no, he was not "voted...in", not at all. Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by more than two million votes. That is one of the many deep ironies here: these clowns are now against the electoral college, but it is how they came into power to begin with. Hypocrites and parasites, thieves, liars and criminals. jb
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10 ***months ***ago
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"On with the Show, Good Health to You".
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11 ***months ***ago
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Quotegeorgie48 QuoteNICOS Quotenoughties 1971 was definitely a great year in music, although the two previous years were great too. I have posted my view on this year some years ago in another thread and received immediate approval. One person`s random memory of all the releases this year will truly be impressive enough. The prog thing, the heavy thing and the singer/songwriter thing
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QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteWitness QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteWitness QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteWitness QuoteDandelionPowderman Alternative view, Witness, not facts "Alternative facts" has obtained its place in the language, by how one reacts to its use. And who presented that phrase? I rememberthat interview very well. It's a sensation that this phrase has been obtaine
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QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteWitness QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteWitness QuoteDandelionPowderman Alternative view, Witness, not facts "Alternative facts" has obtained its place in the language, by how one reacts to its use. And who presented that phrase? I rememberthat interview very well. It's a sensation that this phrase has been obtained at all A fact can't both b
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QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteWitness QuoteDandelionPowderman Alternative view, Witness, not facts "Alternative facts" has obtained its place in the language, by how one reacts to its use. And who presented that phrase? I rememberthat interview very well. It's a sensation that this phrase has been obtained at all A fact can't both be the correct thing and an alternativ
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