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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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I think it's great - I actually welled up when the choir started in at the o2 show in 2012.
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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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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 forced to operate in a more
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QuoteHappy Jack I've been listening to the six disc set, and recently "acquired" the 18 disc set, but haven't started listening to that yet. What strikes me as odd is that there are 2 songs Dylan performed in 1965-66 that he apparently didn't attempt in the studio. The first is Long Distance Operator (available on a bootleg of the same name from Berkeley 1965 and later co
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Seen this performed live at every Stones gig I've been too I think. I always groan a bit when it starts ('Not this again') - but when that final section starts to kick you just get carried away on that wave and all is right with the world. The studio version is truly wonderful - I never actually realised that Jimmy Miller played on the ride-out, makes perfect sense now that I th
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7 ***years ***ago
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Sympathy for the Devil and Dancing with Mr D are probably not contenders right?
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Just got tix for the Sat at the o2! (Extra date added) Thanks for the heads up Rolling Freak!
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QuoteHarlem Shuffler As nobody else has posted, I've summoned the courage to have another go. I think this is a pretty easy one. Indecision over my sketch. 'Can't describe the scene...' from Rocks Off ???
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QuoteNICOS QuoteDark Horse 77 Despite Tonight being a mess of an album, "Blue Jean" is a song I could leave on repeat for an hour. "Blue Jean" is really a great great song And the full length video - directed by Julien Temple, is a hoot...
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QuoteRoss I seem to recall reading back in the day that there was some thought of releasing the material after Wandering Spirit, but it was squelched when Eric Clapton released "From The Cradle". he didn't want to appear to be nicking Eric's idea! I have no recall of where I read that, so I can't vouch for the credibility, but it sounds reasonable! I always liked t
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QuoteNaturalust QuoteMingSubu If you say so. Cool Of course Neil has a lot of Deluxes too! But in his barn studio he has an amazing collection of vintage gear. Other amps I've seen there are an old tweed Bassman, a couple twin reverb and several old Gibson amps (not sure the models). The place just smells of old amplifiers. So you've been in the barn?!
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Quotemr edward QuoteMathijs I spoke with Lester Butler at the Paradiso club in Amsterdam. I don't think it was with the Red Devils, but with 13, but I am not quite sure. Must have been 1995 or 1996. Anyway, we told him about the great bootleg with Jagger, and he didn't believe us. He said that Jagger had made sure there where no copies made of the tape, and that Jagger left the studio w
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The horn sections on that live Band album are utterly sublime. RIP Mr Toussaint
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QuoteDandelionPowderman The tracks I still enjoy: Rough Justice Let Me Down Slow Back Of My Hand She Saw Me Coming Biggest Mistake This Place Is Empty Dangerous Beauty The rest I grew tired of, or they were pretty bad to begin with. I liked Laugh, I Nearly Died a while. Now I can't listen to it (apart from the big Mick-choir, that's cool). The tracks I still enjoy:
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Surely one of the reasons Don Was kept the producer's seat for so long was that he managed to work well with Mick AND Keith - in so much as they felt comfortable with him - and he probably never said anything like Rik Rubin would say. ie 'These songs aren't good enough - you're the Rolling F'ing Stones for Christ sake - step it up a notch' (Much like Nigel Godrich, R
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QuoteMadMetaphoricalMax JimmyTheSaint - I will! Thanks for your comments on the review too - I'll message again later when I have a moment. If you can find the right deal though, the 6cd really gets in to you, esp VISIONS versions, but the 2disc set picks the standout tracks. Need to chec kif the complete piano/voice version of She's Your Lover Now is on there - it's the clincher!
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What about all the royalties from all Bill's solo albums? That could sustain a small country surely? (a very small country)
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For me Exile is the most obvious example of a cover that conveys the mood/ feel/ atmosphere/ whatever of the music itself. And Beggars Banquet (the toilet version) really seems to fit the music. Not saying the music is shit for one minute of course! - but it's earthy, grimy and raw. That dirty yellowy colour is the colour of that music.
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I cut my finger quite badly changing a guitar string the other day. Does that count? I also married a very attractive blonde (I'm taller then her though).
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QuoteStonedAsia Johnnie Johnson. Without him, no Chuck Berry. No Chuck Berry, no Keith Richards. Ok, it is a stretch but... I don't think it's that much of a stretch - I'm sure Keith would admit as much. In fact you could almost call Johnnie Johnson one of the great rock'n'roll guitarists - ok, now maybe that IS a stretch. For me it's Johnnie Johnson who's
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Happy Birthday Peter! Agree RoryFaniva - the best, bar none.
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QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteRoll73 A Bigger Bang's been out for 10 odd years - Crosseyed Heart for a couple of months. I've listened to CH at least 3 times as much in the last month as I have ABB in 10 years. This isn't a maths question - just an observation. Either that's reason to be hopeful or to think - should they even bother? Huh? What is a "maths"? Math
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A Bigger Bang's been out for 10 odd years - Crosseyed Heart for a couple of months. I've listened to CH at least 3 times as much in the last month as I have ABB in 10 years. This isn't a maths question - just an observation. Either that's reason to be hopeful or to think - should they even bother?
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QuoteEddieByword As I said in the Cheltenham Festival thread today......... I just had a letter from a friend of mine who went to the Cheltenham book festival and heard Ron talking.... Ron said......that "the Stones would be back in the studio before the end of the year to start work on a new album but at the moment there no plans to play the UK next year"........ lol, Christ
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QuoteNaturalust Quoteduke richardson QuoteRockman Nice stuff ...sad ta see Rick Danko in there but it makes no difference now sad also that apparently nobody caught your song reference, Rockman.. Actually it was pretty hard to miss! I certainly share a sense of sadness that Rick Danko is no longer with us. What a character and amazing musician and singer. For some reason he always stands out
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QuoteTheGreek QuoteRockman Nice stuff ...sad ta see Rick Danko in there but it makes no difference now why is it so sad to see Rick Danko in there ? He was a heck of a guy! I presume it's sad because it's a reminder that another great one is no longer with us? Off topic slightly but has anyone seen the Netflix
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QuoteMadMetaphoricalMax He was almost dancing last night - very spry. A fantastic show, a tremendously fantastic show. The SInatra-era tunes sit so well in this set list. Reviewed it herer for The Arts Desk ... Very nice review!
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QuoteNate The first of five nights at the Royal Albert hall tonight for Bob,who is going to see him there I am going on Saturday. Nate Just got back from RAH. Tremendous - seen Bob a dozen times over the last 25 years and can honestly say his voice has never sounded better. Coolest 74 year old on the planet!
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There doesn't seem to be a lot of love for this one. I always thought it's one of the stronger tracks on B2B - (certainly better than the very below average Gunface or, yawn, Always Suffering). Open G heaven from Keith, great backing vocals - also really like the little bridge sections ("Don't try to reel me in with all those charm school looks...")
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