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Pietro
In October 1967, Jimi Hendrix and Brian Jones composed "My Little One" and recorded the song together at Olympic Sound Studios in London with Chas Chandler producing and Eddie Kramer engineering. The line-up: Brian Jones - Sitar and percussions Jimi Hendrix - Guitar Dave Mason - Bass and sitar Mitch Mitchell – Drums Take 1: Take 2:
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15 ***years ***ago
Pietro
"Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we." -- George W. Bush, August 5, 2004
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15 ***years ***ago
Pietro
"Streets of the Sleepy City" on Metamorphosis. This song was Mick's attempt at doing Tom Jones.
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15 ***years ***ago
Pietro
Agreed! "These days there's no privacy Just secrecy..."
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15 ***years ***ago
Pietro
"How come all those people who visit Stones concerts hardly buy their latest albums?" Who are you people kidding? The albums don't sell well because so many people download the tunes for free on the Internet or get copy CDs from friends. Hell, this very board points you to all kinds of free MP3s that you would otherwise have to pay for. The day will come when all music is
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15 ***years ***ago
Pietro
Musically, "Goat's Head Soup" is great, but the album is underrated because the song lyrics are the worst of any Stones record. The haunted-house "Dancing with Mr. D." lyrics are daft. The "Silver Train" lyrics are meandering and practically meaningless. Both of those songs could have been Top 40 hits if the lyrics were better. Like others, I like the wis
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15 ***years ***ago
Pietro
In 1969 or 1970, I was working in a used clothing store in Isla Vista, California, a small beach city next to Santa Barbara. It was summertime and most the students from nearby UC Santa Barbara had gone home. I'm standing there half asleep behind the counter when in walks Mick Jagger. I recognized him right away and was surprised by how short he was. He very seriously studied clothes in t
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15 ***years ***ago
Pietro
I was heavily into the blues when Exile came out, so I immediately appreciated the album in spite of, or maybe because of, its rough edges. Back in the late 60s and early 70s there used to be this thing called a "concept album." Instead of thinking of the record as individual songs, you were supposed to listen to the songs one after the other and let them sort of run together. I beli
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15 ***years ***ago
Pietro
I had a similar experience the other day -- driving my car with "Let It Bleed" playing and loving it. I didn't mind being stuck in traffic. What I especially like about that album that isn't found in their recent work is the acoustic guitars. The tone of those guitars goes right to your heart. Also, "Gimme Shelter" always makes me afraid. The song is terrifyin
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15 ***years ***ago
Pietro
You can hear a great live version medley of "If You Can't Rock Me" and "Get Off My Cloud" from 1975 at the LA Forum at this Web page:
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15 ***years ***ago
Pietro
You can hear a great live version from 1975 at the LA Forum at this Web page:
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15 ***years ***ago
Pietro
Great song botched by bad lyrics. You can tell the music is a Keith Richards creation by the steady guitar riff. The cartoony Halloween lyrics ("Down in the graveyard where we have our tryst/The air smells sweet, the air smells sick") ruin what could have been a great song. I think the same is true of "Silvertrain." It's a very subtle, well-put-together blues song,
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