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6 ***years ***ago
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QuoteNaturalust I like that they are experimenting with different grooves and different sounds...a foray into world music with tempo changes and an interesting tapestry of sounds. Not my favorite Stones track but a pretty good example of the Stones stretching a bit which is refreshing in and of itself. Way better then them trying to write another Start Me Up and I like the message too...Love com
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6 ***years ***ago
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QuoteKRiffhard QuoteKeithNacho Good one for Jagger's solo album Not really. Keith was well into it too...
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Swinging London
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7 ***years ***ago
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Hi there Any chance of re-uploading this??? I was at this show and would love to re-live it! Thanks so much
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteRockingLonestar My favourite live Version is from the "Like A Rolling Stone" EP from 1995. Daryl really pushes the band and the song during the finish. Agreed - an awesome version. And the definitive live version of Black Limousine on that EP as well (IMO of course).
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteMunichhilton I think it would've made a nice C-side Quite possibly. I do like to be beside the C-side.
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7 ***years ***ago
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Really like this tune - don't think the Stones made a mistake by keeping it as a B-side though.
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7 ***years ***ago
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Sincere apologies if this request has been posted elsewhere. I'm trying to get hold of a download of the 'original' bootleg version of Nearness of you - not sure if this is from the Long View Farm sessions or Voodoo Brew/ Stew. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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7 ***years ***ago
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Quotekeefriffhards When Keith's album comes out, i think people will see the talent that has been wasted in reference to Mick dominating recordings for many years. Keith is the musician after all. To my mind most of the Stones greatest recordings were when Mick let Keith flow with his genius, with Mick adding lyrics and melody's.. That is the Glimmers at their best. But this control t
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteThrylan Yeah, not to get off topic, but HCIS is the worst Keith track ever. I don't understand how any Stones fan can find anything to like about it. Really interesting song structure and chord progressions - great soulful playing by everyone, beautiful backing vocals, great vocal delivery from Keith, a gorgeous sax solo by Wayne Shorter no less - and an unusual ending that keeps you
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteHMS Every time I hear How Can I Stop I fall asleep halfway through. Always wake up when Wayne Shorter sets in at the end. Horrible I donĀ“t like Jazz and How Can I Stop ends as a jazz tune. And soprano sax is poison to my ears. Ok then - nice one.
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteHMS Thru And Thru is too long, has very few ideas and is absolutely boring to my ears. They needlessly stretched a 2-minute song to epic length. The lyrics are forgettable too. But I have to admit that How Can I Stop and Thief In The Night are even more boring and uninspired. I love The Worst but can hardly bear Thru And Thru. Ok - granted that TAT and TITN might not be everyone's
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7 ***years ***ago
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I remember being really excited when VL came out - and as it was pre-social media, as we know it today, the main promo channel was still TV. Loved watching the MTV special with loads of band interviews. Listened to it loads in the Summer of 94 and thought it was truly the Stones back on form, with both Mick and Keith (and Ron for that matter) having recently released really good solo albums an
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteBig Al Derek and Clive Now we're talking. Keith and Ron both big fans. "Get out the cab!"
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteTE We got married in Stones shirts. The judge laughed when the four of us walked in... TE Oslo The four of you? Are you a Mormon?
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7 ***years ***ago
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I'll go for Hampton '81. The opening groove sounds like it might go on for ever - and I wouldn't mind it did.
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteTurner68 it's a great song! All due respect, but really?! A great song? Of course it's exciting to hear a Keith solo thing at this stage - especially with sublime support from Steve Jordan and Waddy Watchel - and granted, the sound of it is great. But as a song, it's non-existent. 'It means a lot' from Talk is Cheap is like River Deep and Mountain High in compariso
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7 ***years ***ago
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Enjoy the show everyone (to those who are going to be there and those who'll experience it virtually) 20 years ago on this very day I was squashed like a sardine on the pitch at Wembley Stadium waiting for you know who. Who'd have thought that 20 years later....
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7 ***years ***ago
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I just go to see and hear Charlie Watts play the drums for 2 hours. The rest is just a bonus.
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteMarthaTuesday Quotekeefriffhards QuoteBraincapers Quotekeefriffhards Did any of you out there see Keith at The Town AND Country Club ???? Now that was close. I was 6 feet away from him and boy was he loud !! I was there but not that close. Great gig Cool. i think they closed the place down shortly after he played there. it had a big bar at the back, you could drink from the bar and wa
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7 ***years ***ago
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Where are you guys getting tickets from?? EDIT: Sorry I just scrolled up and got the answer
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7 ***years ***ago
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Jeez - whatever next? If you were to be killed by a Rolling Stone, which one would it be and how would they do it? (Keith, with the Telecaster, in the library).
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman So how come Keith working with Ronnie in 1987 on Aretha's album? And Bobby? Ivan Neville? Not the most sober persons to hang around... Again - in Bill German's book, he alludes that Ronnie pretty much invited himself to the Aretha recording session and Jane Rose was the one who purposely kept him in the shadows. Just look at the cover image and publicity shots
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7 ***years ***ago
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There was a concerted effort apparently to keep Woody away from Keith in terms of playing/ touring in the run up to Talk is Cheap (and before that with the Chuck Berry project)- instigated in no small part by Jane Rose. Bill German covers it in his book - and recalls that he asked Keith at the time and he said that if he was going to do a solo project it should really be Stone-free so to speak.
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7 ***years ***ago
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Quoteandrea66 do you think they would put out a worst records than U2, Springsteen, neil Young or Dylan/Sinatra? don't think so.. Surely they must be aware of the fact that they simply aren't capable of producing the goods in terms of songwriting, otherwise some new product would have come to the surface wouldn't it? Doom and Gloom was a token effort at best imo. They seem to be
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7 ***years ***ago
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QuoteNaturalust Quotepaulywaul QuoteNaturalust "the words I'd written for that riff were I can't get no satisfaction. But it could just as well have been Auntie Millie's Caught Her Left Tit in the Mangle." -Keith Richards peace Did he REALLY say that ? If so, it's absolutely priceless !! Don't think I could make something like that up...especially sin
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7 ***years ***ago
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Have you seen your mother baby.... Monkey Man Flip the Switch
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7 ***years ***ago
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Quotestanlove Quotecrumbling_mice Great song...but not a punk song, and I agree with His majesty, the Stones attempting to be punks was cringing and they didn't need to even try, they were out punking the punks a decade before punk appeared. Just about every punk guitarist based themselves on Keith but few could play anywhere near as good. I guess the Punk era jolted the band into actio
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7 ***years ***ago
Roll73
Shhhh......
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7 ***years ***ago
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nil - nil
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