Tell Me :  Talk
Talk about your favorite band. 

Previous page Next page First page IORR home

For information about how to use this forum please check out forum help and policies.


Goto Page: PreviousFirst...133134135136137...LastNext
Current Page: 135 of 138
Results 4021 - 4050 of 4128
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
it was the song that got me into the Stones - I saw them perform it on SNL and went out and bought Some Girls the next day. I still love it!
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
I think this is my all-time top Stones song
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
QuoteUrban Wheel ... Come'on this is defintely the last time the lads will go out and play! Not really ... you're paying to see Bernard Fowler & Lisa Fischer sing, Chuck Levelle on keyboards, and the horns section do their thing. If it were just the Stones, I'd consider paying $500 - but not for this big band crap that they now resort to.
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
i wouldn't have bought the $300 ticket in the first place - i'll wait on the $30 dvd set (like i did the past couple tours).
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
QuoteMore Hot Rocks Love the tune. The version on IORR is still the best. I too think the studio version is seriously kick ass! Even though a cover, it has always been my favorite track off the album.
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
when the price comes down to $2.50 then i'll consider it
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
QuoteIgotDbluez I guess I'm in the minority here, but I actually prefer the Stones version of "Ain't Too Proud to Beg." Howling Mick - I love it. I also much prefer the Stones version w/ Mick belting out the lyrics!
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
cover or not, Pressure Drop is easily my fav Clash tune
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
you've 'heard this? i always thought it was obvious -- you can see it clearly on some of the dvds
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
Quotepgarof Don't care that they are old, don't care if Keith isn't what he was, don't care if Mick Taylor is not with them, don't care if Micks voice is struggling sometimes, don't care if they have a large backing band Don't care is ronnie is drunk Don't care if Chuck Levell is playing keyboard Don't care if they don't play all the so
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
I saw keith & the Winos @ Tower Theatre - the sound was absolutely terrible. Soul Asylum (Grave Dancers tour) was the opening act and they were amazing - and their sound was equally amazing. I always wondered how a band w/ unlimited monetary resources couldn't get the sound right when a band that wasn't too well known can nail it.
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
A lot of eggcellent songs, imo - but the one thing about this album that always bothered me is that all the songs have almost the same beat/sound/etc. Still, I love tracks like Come To Realize, Worry No More, We All Get Old & Buried Alive.
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
QuoteStonesTod QuoteLeonidP Quotebaxlap I thought Ronnie played harp on Black Limousine. Whoever played it, the harp playing on that song is TERRIBLE, some of the most inept harp playing ever released on a major label record! All high-end squeaks for no apparent purpose. As a harp player of 37 years, I hear the harp playing on Black Limousine and think that it's no wonder people thin
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
QuoteStonesTod QuoteLeonidP QuoteStonesTod QuoteLeonidP The Stones live have become more of a horns, keyboard & backup singing band, i.e. most of the heart of the songs don't belong to the original members anymore. I've said many times in the past (and even skipped the last 2 tours completely), I'll never go see them again unless they go back to the 5 guys (ok, let Bobby Keyes
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
QuoteWeLoveYou It's near enough impossible to tell the difference between a 320kbps compressed music file and a CD. Anyone who says they can either has bionic ears or they're lying. i have to agree ... i had the same argument w/ a co-worker about 7 years ago. He insisted that he could 'easily' tell the difference between non-compression & compression - I sampled 1 song (
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
QuoteStonesTod QuoteLeonidP The Stones live have become more of a horns, keyboard & backup singing band, i.e. most of the heart of the songs don't belong to the original members anymore. I've said many times in the past (and even skipped the last 2 tours completely), I'll never go see them again unless they go back to the 5 guys (ok, let Bobby Keyes in too) which it is apparent
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
QuoteStonesTod i find it very interesting that folks (assuming they aren't new to the stones) can listen to something as old as exile or sticky fingers repeatedly. great albums for sure, but they've long-since been committed to memory for me. i can conjure them up in my head at a moment's notice as needed. might need an actual top-up every 2 or 3 years, but otherwise i have no inte
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
The Stones live have become more of a horns, keyboard & backup singing band, i.e. most of the heart of the songs don't belong to the original members anymore. I've said many times in the past (and even skipped the last 2 tours completely), I'll never go see them again unless they go back to the 5 guys (ok, let Bobby Keyes in too) which it is apparent they will never do.
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
Quotetatters Quotesweetcharmedlife The widow of the former Beatles, Yoko Ono, has said on repeated occasions that she is opposed to Chapman's release because she still considers him a threat to her family. She doesn't really believe that. She just wants him to suffer, which is understandable under the circumstances, but it won't bring John back, and it's probably not ev
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
Quotebaxlap There's no way that's Jagger on the harmonica on Black Limosine. That harp line sounds exactly like Wood's atrocious harp playing on the New Barbarians tour (I forget which song off the top of my head). The official site lists it as Mick:
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
Quotebaxlap I thought Ronnie played harp on Black Limousine. Whoever played it, the harp playing on that song is TERRIBLE, some of the most inept harp playing ever released on a major label record! All high-end squeaks for no apparent purpose. As a harp player of 37 years, I hear the harp playing on Black Limousine and think that it's no wonder people think a harmonica is a glorified
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
i like the album version best - and always loved the Hampton '81 too, but still studio version kicks balls
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
Quotevancouver convert to wave and then,,remove the pops.. it's better for you if there is wave from the beginning ..(not converted to mp 3) mp 3 destroys a lot of the sound... Once it's mp3, there's no point in converting back to wave - it doesn't ADD quality, you can never get that back. True you would be better off leaving it as wave in the first place and never c
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
Quotelinnerz It's not on Got Live If You Want It. Where does it come from? Why is it published on iTunes now? damn, my bad - i thought i had a live version of it - i'll have to dig it up to see what it was on
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
iTunes has a She Said Yeah, 2 track single, where the 2nd track is a live video of the song. It sounds familiar ... I can't remember where I have a live She Said Yeah - it must be on Got Live If You Want It, I suppose.
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
QuoteGazza U2 certainly did it (Zoo TV tour, 1992) before the Stones, but as far as I know Bryan Adams was using one in the 80's. The Stones didnt do it until 1997 (although theyd done a moving stage mini-set as a one off on the Miami PPV show in November '94) Are you sure? I recall being at a Zoo TV show and don't recall a b-stage, although it was a long time ago.
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
Quotelem motlow o.k i'll play-lets assume you're correct and i'm just not grasping what you're are saying . but i have one request,at least allow for the outside chance that the stones and their members may just be slightly unique in the recording industry here in 2010. sooo lets leave all other recording artists out of it and you explain to me the interworkings of the
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
Quotevancouver convert to wave . How would that eliminate the pops? You need to use a tool like cool edit - you can zoom in and highlight the area of the pop and then either have cool edit reduce that sound ... or sometimes if the pops are only several milliseconds in length then you can remove it completely without any noticeable sound difference.
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
Quotelem motlow QuoteRocky Dijon While we're busy calling each other douches and tools (great name for a chain of stores by the way), it might be worthwhile recalling that when speaking of the Stones, the artist owns the product and the record company is just a distributor. The same goes for WINGLESS ANGELS which Keith owns outright. thank you rocky,i guess that was a quick way of telling
Forum: Tell Me
10 ***years ***ago
LeonidP
QuoteRocky Dijon While we're busy calling each other douches and tools (great name for a chain of stores by the way), it might be worthwhile recalling that when speaking of the Stones, the artist owns the product and the record company is just a distributor. The same goes for WINGLESS ANGELS which Keith owns outright. Good point - either way, I meant that usually the artist themselves are
Forum: Tell Me
Goto Page: PreviousFirst...133134135136137...LastNext
Current Page: 135 of 138

Previous page Next page First page IORR home