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jlowe
QuoteSilver Dagger Quotegotdablouse QuoteSilver Dagger I don't believe it. Keylock was a streetwise, canny operator who knew his mealticket was gone after Brian died. He would have known the value in collector's circles of Brian's belongings. I met him about 20 years ago and asked him straight up about the truth of what happened the night Brian died. And without blinking an eyel
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jlowe
Quote24FPS QuoteTaylor1 It was only a short period of time that Brianwas playing badly in the Stones,December1968until May 1969.Fromthe bootlegs I’ve heard ,he played fine on the 1967 tour.Marianne Faithful said he played great at the NME 1968 concert..Check out his playing on Ruby Tuesday’s the 1967 tour.And even though he wasn’t fully engaged on Beggar’sBanquet,his guitar onNo Expectaions,mello
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jlowe
Quotepaulspendel When I got the Joan Fitzsimons files released I was surprised to learn the builders kept going to Cotchford farm til the end of July 1969. Not Keylock was the main looter but Morris Tucker was, a violent thug from Eastergate and a protected police informant (liaison officer: Don Rambridge, who was involved in the Redlands raid). Mo sold the stuff and divided the money between Key
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
The Stones really need a Mark Lewishon. I cannot see that happening whilst the group are still 'active', however. Also, some degree of official cooperation from the band members and/or heirs would be helpful (though not essential).
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jlowe
Trying to speculate which direction musically Brian might have taken is nigh on impossible. I can think of at least 5 possibles: 1. Moved more into scoring films as he did for A degree of Murder 2. Returned to his Blues roots 3. Be involved in CCR type music (he expressed his liking for such music) 4. Developed his interest in World music...ie further afield than Morocco 5. Produced a Tubul
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
Unlike some of the Dylan Copyright issues we haven't had multiple recordings /takes of the same composition. So, presumably there are still lots of alternative takes out there, in ABKCO vaults, Stones vaults, and in private hands. Those in the latter category are now in the Public Domain? And could be released on the iorr label?
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
Quoteretired_dog Quotejlowe Quoteretired_dog Quotejlowe Will be interesting to see how ABKCO deal with CS Blues/Schoolboy Blues track twelve months from now. One view is that it has already been officially released, others not sure. Also there could be other takes of the track lying around. The saga continues! I'm sure Mick will have a smile on his face.. thinking....50 years on....LOL CS
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jlowe
Quotebuttons67 its amazing looking at old photos, just to see the subtle changes from the past to now, i agree on the clothes, when watching old movies it becomes apparent both men and women dresses very classy, now a lot of women wear joggies, a lot of guys wear hoodies and joggies, i was born in the 60,s but if i could travel in a time machine and make myself younger i would grow up in early 60
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
Quoteretired_dog Quotejlowe Will be interesting to see how ABKCO deal with CS Blues/Schoolboy Blues track twelve months from now. One view is that it has already been officially released, others not sure. Also there could be other takes of the track lying around. The saga continues! I'm sure Mick will have a smile on his face.. thinking....50 years on....LOL CS Blues is actually an unrele
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
Quotedcba QuoteStoneage " Even his own lawyer showed a certain degree of hostility: I was defended by Sir David Napley, who infuriated me by querying: 'But you, Sir, are a gentleman, what on earth are you doing with those chaps?' - the latter term he stressed in a disgusted, contemptuous manner....". Class war in all its "beauty". You can understand Keith for
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
Yes, in hindsight the Visa story was a convenient excuse. Mick was busted for the second time in May 1969 and around 9 months later was found guilty of possession ( I cannot remember the exact details. This didn't seem to impact on his ability to tour late 1969 and then do some recording in the States in 1970.
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jlowe
Will be interesting to see how ABKCO deal with CS Blues/Schoolboy Blues track twelve months from now. One view is that it has already been officially released, others not sure. Also there could be other takes of the track lying around. The saga continues! I'm sure Mick will have a smile on his face.. thinking....50 years on....LOL
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
Can anyone tell me what these recordings Copyright status is in the countries OUTSIDE of the EU ?
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
The provinces were nothing like this! By the way, I think you would probably get arrested for taking footage like this these days. Unless I missed it, no one smoking wackybacky. Amazing.
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jlowe
You do wonder where the bonfire story came about. Why invent it if not true? To put off people who might come looking for stuff? Bizarre.
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jlowe
Presumably any recordings (live or studio) not as yet released, either officially or via 'the dump' have now fallen into Public Domain classification. And can therefore be released by some entrepreneur (who has a good legal backup). Perhaps via a streaming service.
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jlowe
Despite what Doxa says (earlier) I cannot imagine a scenario where The Stones will 'get their catalogue back' from ABCKO. For the original Decca recordings it will be Public Domain time by 2040, unless the laws change in the meantime.By then, who knows what the structure of the music (record buying) industry will be?
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jlowe
Lennon had a great voice, just very natural. Lots of emotion. It was often overlooked, partly because of everything else that was going on. Mr Soul, Ringo used to call him. Oddly, for an egomaniac he never rated his vocal skills. Mind you it is probably best not to take all he said too literally!
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jlowe
The irony then, is that these 'outakes/rejects/rehearsal tapes' enjoy a longer protection than the finished, higher quality and official product. Strange, really. So, unless there is a change of 'policy'regards Archive 60s material then none of us will ever live to see their official release. Now, of course the heirs to the Jagger, Richards and Watts Estates may take a dif
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jlowe
QuoteBlueranger QuoteBashlets Don’t understand business worth shit but you would think the stones could have bought the rights back to their songs years ago from ABKCO. Yes, they were screwed but wouldn’t it be beneficial in the long run to themselves and heirs. Can someone explain this to me in simplistic terms? LOL but confused @Rocky Dijon The Stones (so we are led to believe) had an opt
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jlowe
Are we to assume these new releases are only copyrighted till 2039 ie 70 years after recording. Rather than 70 years from now? (2089)
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jlowe
Quotedcba QuoteThePaleRider I don't know what's going on. Who's doing what? Easy Jagger holds all the cards. He wants the band to be perceived as a modern healthy working attractive entity that relies on its own merits and keeps on going into 2020 2021 etc. Not some aging bunch, that keeps injecting a bit of new life into itself by releasing "archival" stuff from glor
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jlowe
QuoteS.T.P Quotedcba Variety's on the case : OMG:..."and although Abkco has released a series of superb 50th anniversary reissues over the past decade, as “69RSTRAX” shows, much remains in the vault. Perhaps Jagger, who is also one of the toughest businessmen the biz has ever known, will continue to play the waiting game until he or his future heirs finally find a way to fully cap
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jlowe
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotesoundboard Great New Years Day fun! Interesting they put up the boot of West Palm Beach - maybe there is a multitrack? Same for Oakland. If there is no multitrack - why post? Any thoughts? West Palm Oakland Why preserve their rights? To prevent bootleggers or other companies to make money off those shows. I can see the purpose of the issues but I thou
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
I always think of Lulu (UK Singer) and Twiggy together. Both emerged in the 1960s. Still look great now; never indulged in the drink and drugs scene; didn't get ripped off financially; didn't go into tax exile despite being high earners; have reinvented themselves successfully. Cilla Black was another. Could teach some of their Male contemporaries a thing or two!
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jlowe
Quoteslewan Quotetimbernardis QuoteDandelionPowderman Quoteglimmertwin1 Old bootleg tracks. Leeds 71 Oakland 69 ... Leeds is officially released. Wish Oakland '69 would be released. plexi either they release it within the next 32 hours or it will become public domain Beware of ABKCO
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jlowe
QuoteBliss Fixed it for you. >>>5. Never felt the need to write a kiss and tell autobiography in exchange for lifetime financial support from Keith and/or the Stones org. What? Surely you are not suggesting that Keith wished to silence Anita with hush money? Disgraceful, if true. More seriously, after a 15 or so years relationship and two children, she would have been entitled to
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
QuoteSomeGuy I think Superheavy was just about the most creative thing Mick's done outside the Stones so far. The entire album breathes relaxation, a just-do-what-WE-like-attitude, instead of the relatively cramped this-has-to-be-a-hit-or-else forcedness that some of his other solo endeavours had. That's not to say the album couldn't have been a hit, of course. My memory probably
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jlowe
I wonder if the 2020s will be the last decade that Apple are really able to release any credible product....before they really are scraping the bottle? We ve still got two volumes of Mark L's biographies and maybe there is still potential for some visual product. But soon...it really could be The End. (I guess Presley and Sinatra are the equivalent Artists and I have no idea if their
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***1 year ***ago
jlowe
QuoteGasLightStreet I saw Kenny Neal this weekend. I know where Mick will be in January - at his home in Mustique in the West Indies. With Kenny Neal and Buddy Guy and a few other blues players - Kenny Neal said he was going to be with Mick for 2 weeks. Mick won't be working on the Stones album at that time. He will also be joined by UK PM Boris Johnson, fresh from his General
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