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jlowe
QuoteTornAndFried QuoteTheflyingDutchman Why does he sell it? For Christ sake one of the most precious memories, keep it in the family. Like other wealthy British rock stars Bill Wyman will have a big estate tax when he dies so better to start selling off his belongings and property while he is still alive. Anyway he has a ton of stuff and this is just a small fraction of it. True, but after
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jlowe
QuoteMathijs As I understand it, the Stones weren't all that unhappy about Taylor leaving but they were mad at him for his timing -right before they would announce the Tour of the America's starting in May 1975. Taylor wasn't the most likeable or easy to work with person in 1973 and 1974. He was addicted, unhappy, moody, depressed, and constantly expressing his unhappiness with
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QuoteTornAndFried QuoteJordyLicks96 Let's put it this way, by 1989 and on if Mick, Keith or Charlie could no longer go on touring, they would have disbanded. No Charlie, no more Stones. This is in 2005 now speaking. Say this was in the 70's, I feel like they would have gotten someone else. Even Mick talked about going on without Keith after his drug bust in '77. Mick (March 6, 1
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
So Stash thinks he was a Rock star does he? In that case we all were, sweetie.
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
Just read an article which says Best probably got " between 1 and 6 million quid. (RTE). Journalism at it's best, eh? On a more factual note Pete's current band are doing some gigs in Ireland in March (the Republuc that is). Apparantly Pete has some relatives who live there. I think John Lennon also had some Irish ancestory ?
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jlowe
Simple question (in a complex subject): Does EU Law cover releases in all territories/countries of the world? Or, for example do I see a business opportunity for Stones product in let's say. Papa New Guinea ?
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
QuoteRank Stranger Peter Green is currently working on a book project: Great news; many thanks.
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
Interesting article, but I couldn't help thinking...what has he achieved, other than staying alive and having a lot of sex with many women? Most of his 'projects' seem to go nowhere ...perhaps I am being a bit unfair. In fact, I was probably getting a bit distracted thinking was he trying to do out do Mick in regards to the Stones girls of the time. There was little reference to
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jlowe
QuoteJoT839 Not sure if this has been discussed, but a new radio documentary and interview with Anna Wohlin was done recently by Swedish National radio. Indeed an interesting interview were she straight up says that Thorogood was responsible for his death (and she has always believed so). Unfortunately it is only in swedish, link below Sr.se What, no Swedish members on this site?! Just
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jlowe
Quoteswimtothemoon If Brian came back to life and took a peek at this thread....I think he get back in the pool. I'm not so sure. As has been said by many who knew him, he was a narcissist so I would imagine that he would be quite happy that people are pouring over the minutiae of his life.
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
ASCAP lists EMI Colgems as the Publisher of Angie. I guess Promopub may hold or at least share the Copyright though?
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jlowe
Godzi: Listed on the BMI site. Songwriters: Nanker Phelge (PRS) Publisher: ABKCO Music (BMI) Not sure when it was registered, presumably 1966.
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jlowe
Quotechrism13 Ummm...I was thinking KR. ...BUT....The thrill has gone (perhaps?)
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jlowe
What you see in the Stripped example above are the PUBLISHING copyrights being renewed, rather than the recording rights. Only the latter has been subject to EU changes of late. Publishing is also a minefield however. Look at the dates and those who are good at subtraction will see that renewals for these compositions have been taken at the 28 year point from its initial registration. Now, 28 p
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
Just read a review of a newish Paul McCartney biography by Phillip Norman in The Spectator (UK). Generally positive. Mention is made of the royalties which first drummer Pete Best has received so far for his 11 or so contributions to Anthology 1. Eight million British Pounds. It's a staggering amount and all credit to Apple etc for making it happen. Not sure what the legalities were, Best
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
Dare I ask....does it (the film) draw any conclusions? And how strong is their evidence?
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jlowe
It reminds me of John Lennon's divorce from Cynthia (1968). I believe his action mentioned her own adultery. Presumably his own relationship with Yoko was just spiritual (though I think she may have suffered her first miscarriage by then). Of course, later on he blamed his legal team. So alright then. Oh well.
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QuoteMathijs Quotejlowe Quotepaulspendel It's legally impossible Brian's parents sold Brian's belongings in the nineties, as claimed by Mathijs. You need to understand UK law. Brian died in debth. His fater was very strict and took care that the lawyer of the estate (Clive Berger) paid everyone when the estate became positive in the early eigthies.So they couldn't keep any of
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jlowe
Quotepaulspendel It's legally impossible Brian's parents sold Brian's belongings in the nineties, as claimed by Mathijs. You need to understand UK law. Brian died in debth. His fater was very strict and took care that the lawyer of the estate (Clive Berger) paid everyone when the estate became positive in the early eigthies.So they couldn't keep any of Brian's belongings
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jlowe
QuoteGazza Quotejlowe QuoteGreen Lady They don't issue "official" Blue Plaques for venues, only for people (and I think the people have to be dead, so don't wish for any Stones ones just yet!) Anyway, there used to be a sign at No.1 Kew Road describing its history as the Crawdaddy, but the place has changed owners several times and in its current incarnation there hasn't
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jlowe
I (and Mrs L) are making our first trip to Australia next month (also visiting NZ). We got a message from the tour company to ring them back...'but there is nothing to worry about'. I thought....cancellation time! Anyway, just a modest change to our itinerary. I do feel for the people affected and that those with the powers to do something act swiftly. A billion or so for short term
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jlowe
QuoteStoneage "On May the 10th 1967, Brian Jones and Stash were arrested in London on drug charges. Today, it is almost certain that the drugs had been planted. Although eventually cleared of all charges, the trial was a traumatic experience for Stash: - - - " Even his own lawyer showed a certain degree of hostility: I was defended by Sir David Napley, who infuriated me by querying
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jlowe
QuoteGreen Lady They don't issue "official" Blue Plaques for venues, only for people (and I think the people have to be dead, so don't wish for any Stones ones just yet!) Anyway, there used to be a sign at No.1 Kew Road describing its history as the Crawdaddy, but the place has changed owners several times and in its current incarnation there hasn't been any proper ackno
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jlowe
QuoteBostonLass Interestingly enough, he lives in Weston CT. I once read that in spite of their proximity, he and Keith have never met. Does Keith venture out much from his compound? You get the impression he does not.
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jlowe
QuoteSpud Very many certainly are ... ...and any of us who have played in bands professionally have experienced at least a liitle bit of all that less pleasurable stuff as mentioned by Mathijs that comes with it . Although it's probably fair to say that a prime motivator for many artists (particularly in rock music) is the potential of money, fame, drugs, alcohol and of course women (p
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jlowe
Looking forward to the Author (a Forum member) adding his own insights into his research for the book. Hope it gets the right amount of publicity and media attention (but please not a Daily Mail "exclusive " on Brian/ drug busts/Toronto... of which I cannot believe all hasnt been said already). For me her early years and post Keith period will be the most interesting. Deserving it�
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jlowe
Quotetreaclefingers QuoteThe Sicilian I heard on the news that over 180 people have been arrested for arson in starting fires there. That seems to be a huge cause of the problem. At least it isn't related to climate change...that's a relief! It most definitely IS attributable to climate change.Official studies 12 years ago predicted there could be 'significant problems' by
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jlowe
QuoteMathijs Quotepaulspendel No looting, Mathijs? I went to Sussex and spoke to builders/relatives and saw with my own eyes what they kept behind after the looting (Brian's velvet trousers for instance). I am not the one for making emotional comments on this board, only facts, but your feedback seems childish to me: constantly claiming the opposite of proven facts. There are no proven fac
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
QuoteHalfNanker what are the reviews on this new doc? anyone here see it? its coming to NYC but for one night only - I wonder why such a limited release. maybe it'll hit Netflix after the theater run. Well, it seems to be getting more showings than Bill's film, which is very disappointing.
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jlowe
I often wondered if the Keith 1971 RS interview was that he was trying to go one better than the December 1970 Lennon interview (Lennon Remembers). I think both still stand up to scrutiny, certainly compared to the 'PR' interviews we've had for the last 20 years or so. Of course, with both John Lennon and Keith you have to have a large grain of salt handy.
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