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Monsoon Ragoon
Quotekeefriff99 QuoteWinning Ugly VXII I don't know. People seem to be insinuating that all of these warhorses need to be performed every night or attendance will suffer. I haven't noticed anyone saying that they should drop all of the warhorses at once in large venues. The "No Security Tour" proved that AT LEAST 3 warhorses can be (or could be) given a break all at
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Monsoon Ragoon
QuoteJ.J.Flash Show me a band that doesn't play their biggest hits and I'll show you a half empty crowd. U2? They don't play many of their biggest hits these days. They play many (actually rather weak IMHO) new songs. Nevertheless all shows are sold out. For instance Berlin had seven (!) U2 shows within three year's time recently. The last album was by far the worst they eve
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Monsoon Ragoon
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteMonsoon Ragoon QuoteDandelionPowderman Quote24FPS We've been waiting for this fakakte new album so long, it can't possible live up to expectations. Can it really be better, or even as good as Blue and Lonesome? The setlist is already crowded with trying to squeeze in a 'rarity' or two before beating the dead warhorses over and over. Now even those
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Monsoon Ragoon
Well, the song a/k/a Schoolboy Blues was a joke of course. More seriously I think of things like - Worried About You (one of the best Stones songs ever) - One Hit (would be a perfect opener, but... fill in the blank; it didn't even happen in 1999) - Had It With You (fantastic song, but...) - Laugh I Nearly Died - Blue And Lonesome - Ruby Tuesday (okay I got it, but it's alm
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Monsoon Ragoon
@#$%& Blues
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Monsoon Ragoon
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quote24FPS We've been waiting for this fakakte new album so long, it can't possible live up to expectations. Can it really be better, or even as good as Blue and Lonesome? The setlist is already crowded with trying to squeeze in a 'rarity' or two before beating the dead warhorses over and over. Now even those spots will be taken with some new cuts? With
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2 ***years ***ago
Monsoon Ragoon
QuoteStoneage QuoteBV The Rolling Stones have been masters of repeating the same set list for every show, all the tours they have done, in the past the very same songs every night, like in the 70's and 80's That is true. But up till 1982 they still made new albums almost every year. And the lion's part of the setlists were made up of songs from their latest 2-3 albums. And, of
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2 ***years ***ago
Monsoon Ragoon
Quotehj3009 Hi! This is nothing new, but I've got a request from sandraxte. By the way, I would like to thank the original uploader. If someone knows who he/she was, please tell us! The files were zipped with 7Zip and WinRar, I hope one of them will work. Enjoy! Hervé Info: Rolling Stones, Birmingham, Alabama Legion Field Aug. 6, 1994 This is the REAL Birmingham 1994
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2 ***years ***ago
Monsoon Ragoon
Dead Flowers in Philly: 5 times in 26 shows (1972, 1989 twice, 2013, 2019). That’s unusually, but not even 25 minutes in 54 year's time. In 1972 it was a surprise - they probably only played it because it was a filmed performance (comparable to Bob Wills and Learning The Game in Austin 2006). In the first part of the 1989 tour it was always played. Nowadays it's one of the ca. 20-30 &qu
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2 ***years ***ago
Monsoon Ragoon
QuoteGasLightStreet Quotegeorgelicks Mick: "We don’t know what will happen after the tour, we’re trying to finish the new album, maybe we’ll make it and I think it will definitely be the last of the Stones, so we’re trying to do a good job. Keith, if it was for him, would always be on tour, like Dylan, but then he gets too gets tired. He often says it’s his last tour, but I have doubts ab
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2 ***years ***ago
Monsoon Ragoon
Quotebitusa2012 All this talk of them being a working band. I just don't see it. To me they are not a working band. Or even, if we are totally honest, a touring band, anymore. They are a show band. They play, essentially, the same show, 14 times a year. 14x2 hours.. 28 hours work, plus a couple of odd hours sound checking and perhaps a real week of rehearsals. That's not a
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2 ***years ***ago
Monsoon Ragoon
Quotebeachbreak No reason why they can't carry on after this tour, pending good health (my mouth to God's ears). Finish the new album which I feel will be great! Then see what they want to do next. Maybe tour, maybe a residency like others (Aerosmith, Elton John, etc.), record more solo LP's, it's all good. I don't really need predictable (such as I Feel Like P
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Monsoon Ragoon
QuoteStoneage Strange, I considered Philly a classic Stones town. Not just a pass by town. I really though they would do something extra there. Like adding one song or whatever... Yeah. I was really surprised that the Jacksonville (a rather seldom visited region) setlist was far more interesting than the Philadelphia one.
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Monsoon Ragoon
Quoteslewan QuoteMonsoon Ragoon QuoteGreen Lady 1 Street Fighting Man 2 You Got Me Rocking 3 Tumbling Dice 4 Bitch (Vote song) 5 YCAGWYW 6 Angie (B Stage) 7 Dead Flowers (B Stage) 8 Sympathy For The Devil 9 Honky Tonk Women - Band intros - 10 Slipping Away (Keith) 11 Before They make Me Run (Keith) 12 Miss You 13 Midnight Rambler 14 Paint it Black 15 Gimme shelter 16 Start Me Up
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Quotejumpontopofmebaby Quotekeefriff99 QuoteMonsoon Ragoon QuoteGreen Lady 1 Street Fighting Man 2 You Got Me Rocking 3 Tumbling Dice 4 Bitch (Vote song) 5 YCAGWYW 6 Angie (B Stage) 7 Dead Flowers (B Stage) 8 Sympathy For The Devil 9 Honky Tonk Women - Band intros - 10 Slipping Away (Keith) 11 Before They make Me Run (Keith) 12 Miss You 13 Midnight Rambler 14 Paint it Black 15 Gimm
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Monsoon Ragoon
QuoteStoneage I would say Tumbling Dice is the most boring warhorse by now. Which is a pity because it used to be great. Overplayed I guess. Secondly HTW which I can't listen to anymore. Slipping Away is almost a farce by now. Ronnie struggles to keep a straight face during it. The b-stage slows the show down mostly. I guess semi-acoustic songs don't work in stadiums. And I rather have
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Monsoon Ragoon
QuoteNikkei Completely re-writing Factory Girl was most interesting about Glastonbury. They pulled that off with authority. I bloody forgot to mention Glastonbury Girl. It's interesting: they played more interesting setlists in 2013 at festivals in seldom visited regions than in regularly visited US metropoles in 2019 (at least Philly is an example). I hope at least East Rutherford or the
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Monsoon Ragoon
QuoteNikkei QuoteLibrarian While I’d love to hear some rare stuff, I get that they play what the masses want. I’d love club shows of only rarely played songs and B & L. Their b-stage set was a delightful surprise- I have seen it 3 times now and I was Super HAPPY they kept it last night. This idea of "what the masses want" is somewhat misconstructed. I've often talked to ca
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Monsoon Ragoon
QuoteGreen Lady 1 Street Fighting Man 2 You Got Me Rocking 3 Tumbling Dice 4 Bitch (Vote song) 5 YCAGWYW 6 Angie (B Stage) 7 Dead Flowers (B Stage) 8 Sympathy For The Devil 9 Honky Tonk Women - Band intros - 10 Slipping Away (Keith) 11 Before They make Me Run (Keith) 12 Miss You 13 Midnight Rambler 14 Paint it Black 15 Gimme shelter 16 Start Me Up 17 JJF - Band off stage - 18 B
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Monsoon Ragoon
QuoteStoneage I think No Filter is the last tour. But maybe they will squeeze in a couple of more gigs somewhere around the world. Maybe South America or Japan? But they can't afford long breaks no more. They don't look like stopping after this year's leg or next year's rumoured "exotic" leg. They all look like they're incredible fit considering their biologic
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2 ***years ***ago
Monsoon Ragoon
Quoteshortfatfanny Quotefrankotero Yes, this and the next 5 tours. Isn't that what Mick said at the B2B tour press conference? That was Keith... The next tours were: - 2002-03 Licks - 2005-07 Bigger Bang - 2012-13 50 And Counting - 2014 14 On Fire - 2015 Zip Code - 2016 Latin America Olé (not counting the fall US "tour") - 2017-19 (so far) No Filter That'
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Monsoon Ragoon
Quotestonesstein QuoteMonsoon Ragoon Quotestonesstein ........... I am hopeful that we get Let It Bleed or even Mercy Mercy again! I second that, but it's not very likely that we will get something like a Chicago II setlist (which was actually worlds apart from the boring 2017/late tour 2018 setlists). Angie and maybe Sad Sad Sad or She's A Rainbow won't disappear anymore this t
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Monsoon Ragoon
Quotestonesstein QuoteMonsoon Ragoon Quotestonesstein ........... I am hopeful that we get Let It Bleed or even Mercy Mercy again! I second that, but it's not very likely that we will get something like a Chicago II setlist (which was actually worlds apart from the boring 2017/late tour 2018 setlists). Angie and maybe Sad Sad Sad or She's A Rainbow won't disappear anymore this t
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2 ***years ***ago
Monsoon Ragoon
Quoteshortfatfanny QuoteMonsoon Ragoon ...it's not very likely that we will get something like a Chicago II setlist (which was actually worlds apart from the boring 2017/late tour 2018 setlists). Really ? Düsseldorf '17 had exactly the same setlist as Chicago II '19 beside four songs : GOOMC, SFM, Happy and Just Your Fool at Düsseldorf - Monkey Man, Play with Fire, Dead Flow
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2 ***years ***ago
Monsoon Ragoon
Quotestonesmuziekfan Quotemidnrambler Quotesteffiestones DAC 101 01 1970.08.30 It's Just A Kiss Away, Malmö DAC 101 02 1970.10.05 It's Just A Kiss Away, Frankfurt not availabel here because of official content Is this official released ? I do not see either what should be official on this release. Maybe the stonesvault can explain. Sometimes I am told something is official or p
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2 ***years ***ago
Monsoon Ragoon
Quotestonesstein Having seen the Stones 10 times or so since 1989, but not since the Gaylord in Nashville in 2002, it is my hope that we will get a "nugget to keep" in tonight's setlist. Based on the lists thus far, we'll get at least one, of not both, of Dead Flowers and Angie, but, given that we are close to Chuck's hometown of Macon (and he also has a house in Savanna
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2 ***years ***ago
Monsoon Ragoon
QuoteStoneage The room for changes in the setlist is, as pointed out on page 1, 2-3 songs. And, to be fair, it doesn't really matter that much which songs they put there. The rest of the setlist, 16-17 songs, is still the same and will be throughout the tour. Everything else would be a surprise. Probably, as the tour progresses, the setlists will be more similar from week to week, the co
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2 ***years ***ago
Monsoon Ragoon
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteMonsoon Ragoon Quotedeardoctor QuoteMonsoon Ragoon Please people! What do you expect? Just look at that bullshit setlists from Oro-Medonte or New Orleans. Even the no-warhorses are more than well known. Down to 19 songs. Nobody really needs the only rarity, Sad Sad Sad, although it seems to work live. No Harlem Shuffle, not even in New Orleans. We're back in real
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2 ***years ***ago
Monsoon Ragoon
QuoteRank Stranger I think they are working on the Sydney 1966 tape... I'm not really into that topic. But I have the old VGP on CD-R I think; at least I once owned the original release. I thought that was a horrible vintage audience tape, not even fair-good, one of the worst recordings that ever surfaced. Now it's supposed to be a radio broadcast??
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2 ***years ***ago
Monsoon Ragoon
Have they given up due to declaining commercial success? Would be a pity. But they may have also lost many old fans because there were so many useless releases (e.g. Hyde Park reissues). Nevertheless, sometimes they still did a great job (e.g. the complete releases of the Handsome Girls-shows). But I think within the last couple of years there were far more reasonable releases from Goldplate or
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