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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
Hello IORR peeps... I haven't been around a lot lately due to my schedule, and getting this EP done... but here it is, mixed, mastered and sounding better than anything I've ever done. Ruby Headlights is a brisk listen, eight songs clocking in at just under half an hour. I welcome any and all feedback. If anyone likes it enough that they would want the CD when it's released (
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
Quotewhitem8 Because they are tracks done without any involvement with Roger Waters. They are from Division Bell... Hey I am not a total naysayer, but I did not think they should have continued as Floyd without Roger and I agreed that mostly the stuff done without him was pretty subpar. On another note, David Gilmore's album On an Island is fantastic! I'll take A Momentary Lapse of
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jamesfdouglas
Quotetreaclefingers OK, not getting too many takers on this thread so far, so obviously we need to consider broadening the scope just to be more inclusive. How about this, Rolling Stones vs. AC/DC by album? First up, Sticky Fingers vs. Back In Black. Sticky sold around 4 million world wide. Back in Black, over 50 million. Gulp. Let's go in track order, for simplicity. SIDE
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
Quotetkl7 Led Zeppelin? Didn't they steal their songs from other artists? Mick and Keith, didn't they steal songwriting credit from their own bandmates?
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
It's one thing to use religious references, wearing a cross here, putting god, devil or angels in lyrics, etc. But when you think about it, they're all too smart to actually be religious. I'm not saying they're openly atheist (they could be personally, who knows).
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
Instrumentally they know what they're doing for sure. A nice tip to one of Canada's best!
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
Gimme Shelter.
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
Here's a brand new track of ours: Spark It Up.
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
QuoteMunichhilton Quotejamesfdouglas Quotenightskyman Another Apples and Pears comparison. Two different eras. Elvis certainly may have dominated the late 50s. Jagger and the Stones came into their own during the course of the 1960s and especially during the 1970s. Nowadays, they're raking it in (including the dough). Where's Elvis compared there? I have to agree, not even co
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
QuoteBlackHat How rock and roll (not). Really. Some people try too hard to be cool, Exactly my point. It reeked of desperation, but part of me sense the delusional alignment with The Stones that this particular group seemed to had. It's like association with brand loyalty, kind of pathetic. But when you take it all away even, it's tasteless. A woman who they've never met does som
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
My girlfriend is a bartender at a tavern that has live music every Friday night. So this greyed-out weekend warrior type of band (you know the kind, they spend more time yapping about the past than actually playing anything or progressing at rehearsals) decide to cover Jumping Jack Flash. They dedicated the song to Mick Jagger, who is "going through a very trying time right now." No
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
Quotevudicus Thank you to you all for sharing your experiences with this illness. I am also someone who suffers heavily from depression. I have bipolar II (manic depression) and borderline personality disorder. It's often difficult for non sufferers to understand as everyone has highs and lows but when you have this illness, you have no control of it, it takes over and consumes your w
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
Quotekleermaker QuoteMunichhilton Quotekleermaker QuoteAquamarine Quoteguitarbastard elvis had a great voice and of course was important somehow. but he could hardly play the guitar and didnt write a song on his own. how can anyone call him the KING of rock n roll?? this title goes to chuck berry. when i travelled down the mississippi last year i was shocked how little attention the old (black) b
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
I went through my own personal experience with depression and suicidal thoughts too. Thank you for sharing, reading your post; I could relate to so much, the way my life had ended up put me in a very dark place for 5-6 years. The two things I credit for helping me stay alive were 1. music, and 2. my growing understanding and accepting that there is no god, no afterlife, no heaven, no hell. We
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
Quotenightskyman Another Apples and Pears comparison. Two different eras. Elvis certainly may have dominated the late 50s. Jagger and the Stones came into their own during the course of the 1960s and especially during the 1970s. Nowadays, they're raking it in (including the dough). Where's Elvis compared there? I have to agree, not even comparable. But as for legend status, w
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
Quotebig4 Maybe the lift broke or he was afraid of getting stuck and having to be rescued on stage? But seriously, he used that lift to great effect on Sympathy during the SW tour. a floor lift and regular elevator are 2 different things, 2 different effects.
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
Mick Jagger isn't even the greatest British rock frontman in history. That would be Freddy Mercury. Better than Mick in every possible way.
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
Quotetreaclefingers Quotejamesfdouglas Quotetreaclefingers Quotejamesfdouglas Hmmmm.... buy this... or get in on vinyl... Decisions.... Jimmy, are you saying you DON'T already have this on vinyl?! The 2010 vinyl reissue sounds fabulous by the way. I did have it on vinyl... long, sad story. I've got nothin' going on right now...please proceed. My ex-wife's new husba
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
QuoteWinning Ugly VXII Quotejamesfdouglas Hook it up through a stereo with what? A 1/8" inch jack? This alone makes this product a joke. How can it sound that good when it doesn't have this ONE BASIC REQUIREMENT? I am not sure what you mean. The 1/8" inch stereo jack is quite standard these days. The fact that this is designed to be a portable device prohibits a h
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
QuoteRockman Not the same as doing it in front of a crowd, titillating those few creepy open-mouthed hand-trouser fans that have been yearning for it for decades. Awwww Jimmy you can be such an old stick in the mud .... I thought it was funny when I posted it yesterday. Meh...
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
QuoteRockman .....see The Glimmers smooootch at the 2.00 mark .... Not the same as doing it in front of a crowd, titillating those few creepy open-mouthed hand-trouser fans that have been yearning for it for decades.
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
Hook it up through a stereo with what? A 1/8" inch jack? This alone makes this product a joke. How can it sound that good when it doesn't have this ONE BASIC REQUIREMENT?
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
Two gazllionaires who obviously aren't that fond of each other, much less interested. Are we all waiting for them to kiss??
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
FINALLY! A portable system that understands what studio-quality music sounds like! I can't wait to finally be able to plug in a proper 1/4" headphone jack into something so I CAN enjoy what this product is boasting! Oh, wait. Yeah... no.
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteLieB "We haven't done this song ... we haven't done this song live since, uh ... I don't know, we've done it a couple of times in the seventies, but that is about it." Classic Jagger. Lemme help ya, Mick: you did it four times in 1973. But yeah, yer right I guess. That's awesome. 1994 Superdome show for Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreak
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
Quotetreaclefingers Quotejamesfdouglas Hmmmm.... buy this... or get in on vinyl... Decisions.... Jimmy, are you saying you DON'T already have this on vinyl?! The 2010 vinyl reissue sounds fabulous by the way. I did have it on vinyl... long, sad story.
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
Hmmmm.... buy this... or get in on vinyl... Decisions....
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
This happened???
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
Would have loved to have been there, to see them in the context of a regular band!
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8 ***years ***ago
jamesfdouglas
QuoteDandelionPowderman Nice one, James Cheers and thanks DPM!
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