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Roll73
Quotestickyfingers101 any Stones tunes in the soundtrack? haha Yeh - Starfu--er!
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2 ***years ***ago
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Quotestanlove The word brilliant was really overused in this thread as expected. The only rock artist I consider a genius is Bob Dylan. Rock doesn't require genius. Agree with that - although I would also agree with Rocky Dijon that Brian Wilson was/ is a genius (even though he did produce some questionable stuff as well - as has Dylan of course!), but his talent for arranging, produc
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2 ***years ***ago
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A very memorable Hootenany performance - 2001. A very drunk Ronnie with Slash doing Little Queenie and a very naked Malcolm Hardee (British comedian) strolling about the studio. Don't take my word for it!...
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2 ***years ***ago
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Sorry if this link has already been posted. Some great, candid shots here... https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/event/articleJo-Wood PS - I'm NOT a regular Daily Mail reader (just for the record)
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2 ***years ***ago
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Slim chance I know - but should anyone happen to have a spare 1 or 2 tickets available I'd be happy to take them off your hands! adoli@hotmail.com Thanks IORR
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2 ***years ***ago
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Quoteash Quotejiggysawdust Nick Walusko was the most interesting person I've ever met and my closest friend for the last 25 years. I'm completely devastated by his passing. I'm very sorry to hear that Jiggy. I can only tell you that as a massive Brian Wilson for nearly 40 years of my life, seeing Brian play live, first in the USA circa 2001 and then 30 odd times in the UK was abs
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3 ***years ***ago
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Unless I'm mistaken (or I dreamed it) - I loved it when Midnight Rambler was played on the B-stage (was it '98/'99?). That would get my vote.
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3 ***years ***ago
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QuoteFather Ted Karma can wait. I've encountered aggressive, pushy drunks at shows and you deal with them by pushing back. Last one at U2 got thrown about 20 feet when he kept trying to knock my wife down. I'd have no problems telling this family to "f*ck off or I'll knock your teeth out". Yes - agree 100%. Rough Justice!
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3 ***years ***ago
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Going slightly OT as these aren't Stones solos - but man there are some horror shows here. The one at 0:38 is particularly hilarious/ nightmarish... video:
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3 ***years ***ago
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QuoteCooltoplady i dont get it. Why two question marks?? Why not???
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3 ***years ***ago
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QuoteSomeTorontoGirl Buddy seems to bring out the best in them. Love it when he guests. Agree - they have to step up to his plate rather than visa versa.
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4 ***years ***ago
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Quotestraycatuk I remember taping it on Beta max back in the day... 33 years ago ! sc uk So you're the one
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4 ***years ***ago
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o2 London (2nd show) After the Bigger Bang tour I had serious doubts that they'd be able to do it again. Keith really seemed like a dead weight for much of the 2 shows I saw in London. I remember feeling quite deflated afterwards. So when they took to the stage at the o2 I was literally holding my breath - and was so relieved to see Keith visibly concentrating on what he was playing -
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4 ***years ***ago
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QuoteJavadave Does Mr. Rose interrogate Mick about misogyny in the Stones lyrics? Given the hasty demise of his career after he got Metood, that would be some wicked irony. Don't think misogyny came up funnily enough.
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4 ***years ***ago
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Really sorry if this has been posted before - and it is over 15 years old(!) but this is hands down the best interview I've seen with Mick (and he's obviously done a fair few). A large chunk is about his 'acting' career, but nevertheless he really opens up and you can see he's genuinely impressed with the questions and engages with them in a way I'd not really se
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4 ***years ***ago
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(Sheepishly) Me too...(!) adoli@hotmail.com Thank you!
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4 ***years ***ago
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QuoteBowieStone QuoteTheBlockbuster Listening to the stream it sounded like Keith played the opening riff of Start me Up on the wrong fret, anyone can confirm? Yes, I can. Me too - I think he was 2 frets higher than he should have been. At least he realised once the rest of the band came in. Hate to say it, but maybe he needs little stickers on the fretboard for the tunes he kicks off. I had
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4 ***years ***ago
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QuoteRockman Yeah Sam & Dave had a wild relationship ….Story has it they didn't talk to each other for years There were major problems due to substance abuse and things went bad between the two of them after Prater shot his own wife in the face during a domestic Story at the time was that Prater ordered his wife Judy to sit with an apple on her head while he tried to shoot a hole t
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4 ***years ***ago
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Quotejohnnythunders Roll73 that might be true of Pit B (Keith Side) but I can assure you that Pit A (Ronnie side) stayed full til the very end with at least 6 dedicated IORR posters present and incorrect... Well that's good to hear!
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4 ***years ***ago
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Quoteraphph I had a great time in London 1 for Gold Circle - if I could snab a decent priced Pit ticket I'd go to Coventry... I was also in Gold circle (Keith side)and had a pretty great view. However I thought the way the pit was 'populated' was pretty disgusting to be honest. Clearly very far from a democratic allocation - apart from the fact that if you are able to secure a pi
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6 ***years ***ago
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Brian Wilson 2004 Bruce Springsteen 1985 Neil Young 1993
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6 ***years ***ago
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Terry O'Neill / Getty Images
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6 ***years ***ago
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QuoteBlueranger QuoteMisterDDDD Not their style... Never has been No? Then why did they pay tribute to James Brown when he died? Because he's from an earlier generation and a major influence on them before they made it. In the same way they'd likely do some kind of a tribute to Buddy Guy if he was to go soon (hopefully he'll be around for many more years though).
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6 ***years ***ago
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Quotetomcasagranda This is getting a bit "I am Spartacus". I'm Brian (and so is my wife). Edit: Just seen that someone already beat me to that. I am actually not Brian (not sure about the wife though)
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6 ***years ***ago
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QuoteRokyfan Quotecrholmstrom Quotesteffialicia With all due respect, can someone please explain the symbolism in the video Blackstar to me? What do you want it to mean? Great art is always in the eye of the beholder. Yeah, it is a strange question. By definition, such things cannot be explained to anyone. You watch it you listen and it speaks to you or not, it is not about somebody else ex
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6 ***years ***ago
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Ralph Molina Scott Ashton George Receli Steve Jordan Ronnie Wood
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6 ***years ***ago
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QuoteCristiano Radtke BBC One will broadcast The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson this Tuesday, at 22:35. Fantastic documentary. What an incredible journey he's been on - and long may it continue!
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6 ***years ***ago
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I think it's great - I actually welled up when the choir started in at the o2 show in 2012.
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6 ***years ***ago
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Quotepaulywaul QuoteRoll73 Quotepaulywaul Check this out .......... Harvey Goldsmith weighs in to the never-ending debate !! Interesting read. Whether the government's 'public consultation' has any impact or not remains to be seen of course. I absolutely share your disgust on this paulywal - wouldn't be a moment too soon if the likes of Seatwave are either shut down or f
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