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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
Of course, the Four Flicks box set is unbeatable!!! The Biggest Bang is ok, but it's no Four Flicks. And it wouldn't make much sense releasing a 4 DVD box set only in advance to a single one, no matter how good it is, would it? The Biggest Bang was just a failed attempt to repeat Four Flicks, but it has its good moments tough...
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
I like Love Hurts with Norah Jones in the Gram Parsons live tribute, Return to Sin City. Very moving.
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
Amazing!!! Superb!!! What a match!!! Germany, watch out!!! Spain is on the loose!!!
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
QuoteolorinFor the artwork of Lost Legal Live Tracks. Some songs are on Rarities album and I extract some others for Four Flicks DVD. Though I am not interested in 1989/90 tour, the stuff from 1995 club shows seems very interesting ! It's easy to get those then. Thery're all in Stripped Companion, one of my essential bootlegs. Tumbing Dice and Live with Me are already on Rarities
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
No Goats Head Soup at all?
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
126. Re: 2009
How did an old "let's bash Keith" thread ended being like reading a gossip & fashion magazine? Don't know which option is worse but this could be fun though... Any comments on the bride's dress or Ronnie's suit?
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
127. Re: 2009
Keith looks like he's 175 years old since 1997, so I'm not worried yet. And yes, Patti looks great in the picture. The Beauty and the Beast?
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
Will it be true? Spain will do something important this time? Warch out Russia! Here we go!!! But, those poor italian girls. It breaks my heart to see them so sad... Don't cry, Spain and Italy will always be friends... ><
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
Estadio El Molinón, Gijón, Spain. 22.07.1995:
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
QuoteolorinQuotemilio77Quoteolorinmilio77, can you give me the link to Lost Legal Live Tracks please, it is interesting me a lot ! Ok, I was going to post it myself 'cause UrbanSteel's post it's gone. Then I realised that it's all oficially released stuff and that could be the reason why. Anyway, we'll do something about it, olorin, don't worry... It is al
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
Quoteolorinmilio77, can you give me the link to Lost Legal Live Tracks please, it is interesting me a lot ! Ok, I was going to post it myself 'cause UrbanSteel's post it's gone. Then I realised that it's all oficially released stuff and that could be the reason why. Anyway, we'll do something about it, olorin, don't worry...
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
Well, I'm afraid we have a little disagreement here! I think Chuck's a great musician and his style fits with the Stones quite well. And I like the fact that as a "musical director", it's been stated that he pushes the band to include rare songs in the set lists when he's got the chance. That can't be bad! Anyway, it's just a matter of taste, so al
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
Ok, if anybody is interested in my list or if it could be of some use for you, olorin, here they are my must have bootlegs. I'm sure all the experts will be familiar with these. Beginning with studio rarities and outtakes, I only can name a few. There's so much stuff out there that contains the same sessions and recordings that sometimes it's not easy to choose. But "Clean
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
For me, always soundboard. Exceptionally, audience. For example, I've been at that particular show, I like to have the recording. I don't see the point in collecting every show from every tour with crappy sound. Soundboards from radio or tv broadcasts are excellent these days, and there are usually a couple of representative concerts from every tour recorded this way: BBC sess
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
Yeah, this is a classic performance, I've always loved it. VMA, september 1994 in NY, right? And pretty easy to find on the net also. I bet it must be posted somewhere on the Buy/Sell/Trade section. If not, give a few days and I'll post it myself.
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
Mick's silouette is quiete iconic itself as Justin said. An ageless and recognizable image for sure. Maybe is a screen capture from the movie? Because I tought I recognized the album cover when watching the movie, with Mick on the same exact position as in the picture...
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
Can't remember well. But probably, the first thing I listened to closely was an old vinyl single that was my father's. It was Brown Sugar on the A side and Bitch on the B side. Not bad at all! Still I have that one, and that old mono mix sounds just thunderous!!!
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
Happy birthday to the old sharp dressed basher!!! Mighty engine of the Stones and true R&R gentleman.
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
Yeah, happy 61, Ronnie!!! May you stay forever young!
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
This kind of lists are always a disapointment, I don't believe in them. Stairway to heaven with the best solo ever? C'mon, who said that? great song, great riff, great lyrics nut standard solo, very good, but standard... And Tunnel of Love by Dire Straits/Mark Knopfler? I've have liked that one more than Sultans of Swing... And it's never in any list. I guess
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
QuoteKing SnakeGood, yes, but better every day? Charlie's drumming on the Steel Wheels tour was incredible. He's a constant factor, and that's what makes him great. That's funny, because when I decided to open this thread I was listening to some bootlegs from the Steel Wheels tour. And I sort of miss the swinging feeling we can hear now on the drums. When I listen to the
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
Well, I was posting my opinion about him in another post wich goes as it follows: While there's been a lot of discussion about Keith, Ronnie or even Mick losing it in the last tours, I think one thing is for sure (at least for me): Charlie is not playing as good as usual... he's playing better everyday!!! I think since Licks Tour, he plays with more swing and power than ever. S
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
At least it seems to fit with Mick's taste.
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
For me, Mr. Watts alone brought new life to Start Me Up since Licks (If I remember it well) just by drumming with a little more swing. I Just love the way he plays on that particular one, hitting hard off beat in between guitar riffs, more fluent than in previous versions when he just played a regular 4x4 beat. Killer SMU versions in Licks and SAL. Maybe there should be a new thread about C
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
So-so album. The production is not that bad. I like the anger in Mick's vocals and Ronnie's songs and "Sleep Tonight" lift up the album, but there are many fillers wich happen to be some of the worst Stones songs ever IMO. Back to Zero? Glad I have forgotten that one! And the cover... Oh, my God... The comic in the artwork wasn't bad though, very nasty.
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
Great song. One of my favourites whem I'm dressing up before going out to paint the town red during saturday nights! Of course, always avoiding fightings. You know, make love not war...
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
147. Re: Ron
Yeah, the one and only Ronnie Wood. The guy who made me discover the Stones!!! When I was 14 or so, I saw Bob Dylan's 30th Anniversary Concert at Madison Square Garden on TV. Somebody announced: "And now, a great friend of mine... MR. RONNIE WOOD!" Mmmm... ok, let's see who is this. I saw this skinny guy, with his hair straight up and dressed in black and yellow playi
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
Aerosmith!!! Great band indeed... Too bad after "Get a Grip" they seemed to lose something along the way. Nobody, big audiences I mean, cared about "Nine Lives". Then they got back to ballads and more "poppy" songs. Somehow, they didn't hit the charts like they did a few years before. "Honkin' on Bobo" didn't feel like the return
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
Lots of them! Despite the Internet, I'm still spending a great deal of money in buying actual CD's. Damn, I need a better payed job!!! The last ones: - James Brown: Star Time 4CD Box-Set. - Van Morrison: Still on Top: The Gratest Hits [3CD Edition]. - Bob Dylan: The Bootleg Series Vols. 1-3, Biograph, Under the Red Sky, Blood on the Tracks . - Whitesnake: The Silver Anniver
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16 ***years ***ago
milio77
Very cool pictures indeed. I think during the ABB tour Keef & Ronnie dusted a lot of old and cool guitars and I'm glad they did! I remember the Barcelona concert, Ronnie played no less than 8-10 different guitars. I liked to see both guitarists playing Dan Armstrongs in SFTD for example. And for whar I've seen from gigs I've been in or watched, they didn't have a
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