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13 ***days ***ago
Father Ted
Seeing a complete 73 show would be the bomb.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
Father Ted
Who knows what the totality of their unreleased archive is? We don’t know what we don’t know. The remaining undeluxed albums probably aren’t worth the time or effort to reissue. I think the best bang-for-buck is an anthology series, maybe decade by decade, with a mix of studio, live audio and live video material.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
Father Ted
Two juicy anthologies please. 1 - all the studio outtakes 2 - all the live stuff.
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2 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
It’s up on Spotify in the U.K. now.
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2 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
Decided to buy the £15 2 CD edition. Can’t justify spending another £85 for a live show and book I’ll skim thru once.
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3 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
Voodoo Lounge was a "return to form", but only if you believed the hype machine. If the best stuff made it to this tepid album, the leftovers aren't worth my time. Now an outtakes anthology of their post-1989 material would be a far more interesting prospect.
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3 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
They didn’t stop after Brian died. He was a founding member who was replaced. The replacement was also later replaced.
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3 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
QuotePaddy Only Mick, Keith & Ronnie know what has been happening for the last few weeks. It seems they made some plans accordingly with Charlie’s blessing (Steve Jordan) so we don’t know what other plans may have been made. Yep, it's possible they've made an agreement as to what would happen to the band if someone died or retired.
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3 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
I don't think they'll want to do a tribute show. That isn't their style but I'm sure they'll honour him in some very fitting way.
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3 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
Take your pick. The 70s stuff sounds better, is better played. The late 80s stuff onwards gets more production gloss, better staging and looks better. There isn't a single film I could say is The Best.
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3 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
QuoteMAF That's private. That's not our business. Exactly.
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3 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
He would have rolled his eyes at seeing himself on the front pages. Thanks for all the great music Charlie
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3 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
Conspiracy BS aside, CW has probably been advised by his doctor not to travel. His insurance will probably be null and void if he becomes ill and travelled against medical advice. Simples.
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3 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
Maybe he recovers and rejoins, maybe he bows out now. You have to be pretty cruel to insist an 80yo man keeps touring. Whatever Charlie chooses to do, he's been part of some of the best music ever recorded. Total respect to you Mr Watts Meanwhile, the show goes on...
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4 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
QuoteMingSubu I'm willing to risk it and willing to infect others, for the stones If you are at risk, or scared. Stay home. Easy as that. Don't be a hypocrite either. Don't bitch and cry the entire pandemic. Then go out to see the stones play. You’re willing to potentially hospitalise people to see a band? I’ve seen some truly idiotic comments here before but you are just
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4 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
QuoteGerardHennessy QuoteStonedRambler As already mentioned, the main problem with the sound is that the high frequency content above 10k is mostly cut off. Therefore if the record sounds okay to you or not may depend on your hearing. If you still hear a lot above 10k it will certainly bother you, if you don't you can't notice it of course. The same is the case with VL Uncut. I'm
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6 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
IMO the chances of a Stones tour in 2021 are zero. Where would they tour? 2022 maybe.
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6 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
QuoteMichaelLassen QuoteTheGreek Ok, now that we have this one under our belts , what's up next or what are the rumors for the next release ? A festival show would be great. Roskilde 14 was amazing.Last show with Bobby and longest Midnight Rambler ever (one of the best ones too). Glastonbury should be officially released. That's a good show. They did it for Bowie so why not the S
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6 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
QuoteJTHanis Why people are bitching and complaining about this release is beyond me. We all knew it was coming for years; they weren't going to let this spectacle languish in the vault. Get it out of the way, and move on.... No one hates the Rolling Stones more than hardcore Rolling Stones fans.
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7 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
QuoteHairball As a whole I like it better than Undercover and every other album that followed in the latter era, yet think it's one of the weakest albums prior to Undecover and the era that preceeded with Emotional Rescue probably being the weakest. That said, there are some truly great tunes I've always loved from it. On a scale of one to ten: Hot Stuff - 9 - I remember it bla
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7 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
IDK who Bob Lefsetz is but he sounds like a total Keith fanboy. Jealous much?
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8 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
I absolutely love Keith's funky bass on the SFTD they do with Clapton on this tour. But Jagger completely misses his cues and muffs up the entire vocal. This was a band capable of hitting extreme highs and lows simultaneously in the same song. No easy feat!
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8 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
VL is average at best. My Dad said at the time that it didn't even sound like the Rolling Stones were playing on it. None of these tracks will ever be played live again (not that they appeared frequently back in 94/95). That's quite telling as to how the band view VL. 5/10.
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8 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
QuoteIrix Looks like the whole Echoplex Club-Show (LA, 27-Apr-2013) was Pro-Shot filmed: Start Me Up - You Got Me Rocking / Respectable / She's So Cold - Nice find. Is this a trailer for a forthcoming release? (Can't watch, I;m at work)
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8 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
By the middle of the year, the dust from the pandemic should have started to settle. So around June/JUly, maybe, we'll see some traction around finalising the album and thinking about touring in 2022. In the meantime, they keep us thinking about them with new vault stuff.
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8 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
QuoteShootsWaterRats QuoteTornandfrayed Sadly, only the Texas & Philly runs were professionally recorded (7 shows in total). Tornandfrayed, I'm curious if you make this comment simply because those are the only professionally recorded '72 shows you've heard, or if you have definite confirmation that no other shows from the tour were recorded? VideoJames mentioned years ago
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8 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
The perfect Christmas present for the hipster bellend in your life.
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8 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
Quote24FPS Just give us a great 'Rocks Off' live from '72. RO should have been added to L&G as a bonus song. I've listened to it on yoUtUbe and I can't hear any problems with it
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8 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
So are they planning to re-release the shows from the BB box set individually as seperate, expanded shows?
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8 ***months ***ago
Father Ted
Quotedcba Quote24FPS I would add the 1986 100 club gig memorial for Stu. The two song set from the NME Awards 1968. (Brian's last public stage appearance with the group) The rehearsals from 2012 with Bill and Mick Taylor. Toads Place 1989 (with better quality than the boot). Morgan's Cove 1981. No offense but from Mick's pov that's a nightmarish list : all the perf
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