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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
I was there, and I just called up a Google image of Tim Ries to compare with the guy I saw playing last nite behind Chuck. And there's no doubt, it indeed was Tim Ries playing the 2nd keyboard.
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
I think it was Tim. I spotted the guy behind Chuck and asked someone next to me who it was, and he said "it's one of the horn guys." Definitely not Matt Clifford.
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
Ronnie was very loud and prominent on nearly every song. The days of showcasing only his paint-by-numbers slide workout on the abysmal You Got Me Rocking...and you don't hear anything else from him...are obviously over. But he hit some incredibly bad notes. His solo on YCAGWYW had some dreadful clams. It was a sloppy, sloppy show last nite in Montreal, though I have to admit I enjoyed
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
BV can set any "rules" he wishes for this forum, but in the end, as long as this remains a public forum available for anyone to read (including journalists), anything posted here is fair game for use by journalists. In my opinion, BV's rules barring discussion of "non-public" persons makes a lot of sense precisely because this is a public forum. OTOH, as a former jour
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
Love Train is a 70s soul/disco classic, and the Stones' version doesn't hold a candle to the original from the O'Jays. Still, I was thrilled that Mick added it to the setlist 3 years ago. Like I need to hear them play gawddam Shattered one more freakin' time. Now _there_ is a song that's a piece of shite. I find it _very_ amusing that so many here bitch about the Stone
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
Happy Jack Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > an oldies station i sometimes listen to plays an > interesting version of satisfaction. It seems to > have alot of echo around it, but most interesting > is I can detect a paino in the song. It plays > along with the riff. On timeisonourside it doesnt > list there being a piano, so am I hearing th
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
bv Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > How about this place? Never been there, > but it is approx. 10 minutes away and seeks ok? > > Kinsale Irish Pub & Restaurant > 2 Center Plz, Boston > > > Ned Devine’s Irish pub might be ok too. > It is a little bit furter away but still Fanueil > Hall > is in the same area may
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
I know where Ned Devine's is, but I have to admit I've never been inside. But it's an easy walk, serves draft beers, and if the music isn't too loud would probably work well.
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
The Shidoobee gathering doesn't meet _any_ of BV's criteria: it's a long 45 minute walk from the arena, it will feature ear-splitting music barring any chance of conversing, and it will be filled with beer-swilling Shidoobeans intent on getting plastered before the show.
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
Leonard Keringer Wrote: > whoa!!! hold on there > hot-foot!!.....i meant the best Stones middle-age > crises..... Well, your explanation is accepted. Though it ain't saying much to call ABB the "best Stones middle age crises" cd. Rather like suggesting that Saved By The Bell is the best post-classic age TV sitcom.
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
Leonard Keringer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > it may be the best "post middle-age crisis" cd You guys must be drinking Night Train. Don't let the 0.5% less alcohol by volume fool you, the Night Train is all business when it pulls into the station. All aboard to nowhere - woo wooo! The night train runs only one route: sober to stupi
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
Brad F Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Theif in the night: > > I don't have this cd and can't vouch for how good > this information is, but according to this website > here is the track listing. > LOL! Someone ripped off Artukovich's original Fingerprint File website. He ain't gonna be happy!
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
Anyone know if Spinney's at Popham Beach is open for Christmas lunch? To heck with turkey, I want a big ol' plate of fried clams.
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
Jed Clever Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I have Sticky fingers, Exile, and Some Girls on > the 180 gram vinyl eissues. sounds as good, if > not better, when run through a high quality stero, > than the sacd's IMO. When was the last time you listened to the SACDs of Sticky Fingers, Exile and Some Girls? In what ways did your 180 gr
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
Roger457 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I was at Best Buy today and picked up Dylans Blood > On The Tracks and John Wesley Harding. > > Can't wait to hear those in scad format. And Sony has already discontinued those SACDs from the Bob Dylan catalogue, and is now issuing them in plain vanilla CD-only format. I just hope that you actually
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
My advice to anyone interested in these Rolling Stones SACDs: GRAB 'EM FAST, while you still can. It is my understanding from someone originally involved with the SACD project 3 years ago (NOT an ABKCO employee) that ABKCO has already deleted the SACDs of the Stones from their catalogue, and is now issuing the remasters only in standard CD format. (In fact, in some countries, the SACD/CD
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
stonedmike Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > to high and dry - what are you doing on this forum > high and drY? What a silly question. How old are you, stonedmike? Old enough to remember the day Satisfaction first hit the radio airwaves? Old enough to remember the utter thrill you/I felt every time Top 40 radio played it that summer? I absolutely rem
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
Another dust collector from the Stones, to go with every other dust collecting CD they've issued in the last 20 years. Sorry, I wish it were not so.
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
crossfire Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > BTW, this "shite" floats alot of boats from what > I've heard-including a Grammy Nom. Milli Vanilli won a Grammy, so I'm not convinced this album getting a nomination means a lot. > > Your history on the board reflects a very > insightful perspective (this is a joke) as a fa
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
> "Fans pay $1000 for a ticket BUT don't buy the > CD..why?" I've been listening to the Stones as a serious fan since June 1965. And I own the new CD. I own _every_ CD and vinyl they ever put out, and hundreds more studio and live boots, too. But the truth is, the new CD is a piece of crap. Absolute generic drivel. There are 2 good songs and 14 pieces of filler.
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
Jeez, I have to admit I wonder what people hear that have them raving about these "great" songs and "what a shame they weren't included on ABB instead of " These two are bland, generic, anonymous Stones throwaways, like most of ABB. I can tolerate We Don't Wanna Go Home, but I won't be running to put it on the CD player. ABB itself was exiled to the CD rack a
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
Don't let the 0.5% less alcohol by volume fool you, the Night Train is all business when it pulls into the station. All aboard to nowhere - woo wooo! The night train runs only one route: sober to stupid with no roundtrip tickets available, and a strong liklihood of a train wreck along the way. www.bumwine.com
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
sater Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > the document is called; "Kronika dokumentalna > rolling stonesi w warszawie",yes it included audio > and video...from that show.. Now, I have to say I hope this is true. I have _always_ wanted to see or hear video/audio from that Warsaw 1967 show. But if audio/video from the 1967 Warsaw show was t
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
Wow! I did not know that polsat aired a documentary about the April 1967 Stones shows in Warsaw. Did the documentary have just film (pictures) of the concerts, or did it also have sound/audio of the Stones performing? I remember reading about those two shows not long after they happened, and how all the Communist party members got all the tickets and gave them to their kids...and how the real
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
Esky Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > OK - in 2004 we saw some fantastic 1972 shows > emerge as either upgrades or as amazingly "new" > shows to collectors. > Okay, I guess I've been asleep at the wheel. Which 1972 shows turned up in the last year as either major upgrades or completely new shows not booted previously? Thanks..
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16 ***years ***ago
highanddry
This guy is selling this, not trading or file-sharing. I made the mistake of buying a vid from him a few years ago, really lousy video quality, lousy audio quality, lousy editing. Avoid him like the plague.
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