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Quoteslewan QuoteGazza All of this is dependent on Mick Jagger being motivated to keep going back over old tapes and going to the trouble of writing new lyrics and putting new vocals on recordings that are anything up to 50 years old From the options given : 1974 - It's Only Rock & Roll - non starter They've used pretty much all the outtakes 1976 - Black & Blue - the
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Quotefrankotero 24FPS, great point about political correctness. It's getting far out of hand, keeping in mind we are entitled to our opinions, thoughts and beliefs. But like everything else there's something called balance and reality. Did we learn nothing from the past. In the late 80s I lived with an Indian girl. (Hindu type Indian) On Sunday nights we would have her family over, di
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***Yesterday
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That's an interesting choice. I love Rocks Off. When Bill's bass booms in we're off to the races, along with his rhythm mate, Charles Robert Watts. Nicky's tinkling piano, and Mick's muddy vocals. Damn. And when those horns kick in, it's the Stones at their highest level. Those lyrics often travel through my brain. You'd think it would have been a single, but it
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***Yesterday
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QuotePaul Kersey I'd like to see Paris 1976 released. DVD and CD please. Wonder why this hasn't been done yet? If we're just talking studio albums the IORR or Black and Blue. Maybe they're holding anything from '76 back for the 60th. I believe it's the only Golden Age Stones video with a unique setlist. I'd love to see the best of whatever is left pre-Stee
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***Yesterday
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I remember when Paul McCartney got busted for pot in Japan. I believe he said something to the effect, "There is no bad publicity." Which I mostly agree with. I don't know whether the Stones made a conscious decision not to play Brown Sugar, or just took it out of rotation. Maybe they're getting sensitive in their old age. I'm pretty liberal, but I'm getting real tir
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***Yesterday
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Has Cheltenham finally forgiven him his hell raising ways BEFORE he left? They'll probably build a statue someday when they want to attract tourists. Like Steinbeck in Salinas, California. Hate him alive, love him dead. Can you tell me where the Brian Jones Gift Shop is?
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QuoteGreen Lady See here (thanks 24FPS): Thanks. It's been eight years since I posted that interview with Keith. It seems more real, closed to the bone, since it was only two years since Brian had passed. Keith sounds more affectionate towards his old weaving buddy. I wondered what bored Brian so much about the guitar that he laid it down pretty early on? I wonder if he could actually
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3 ***days ***ago
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Quirkier than Satanic Majesties? I just listened to that thing in surround sound. It's of its time, and parts of it are ahead of its time. I'm starting to hear more. Emotional Rescue has duds like Let Me Go, Summer Romance, Sent It To Me, and Down in the Hole. It raises its grade to a B with the title track, Dance, Indian Girl, and the wonderful She's So Cold. Not a great album
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5 ***days ***ago
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QuoteTheflyingDutchman I think that Keith has learned what not to play, a very smart move. As long as the rudiments are there he sounds like Keith. Sometimes less is more, certainly when you get older. I think you nailed it. He's obviously not the Keith of 1999, but he's better than the mummy version of 2012 where he could barely move during the pay per view concert.
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QuoteTopi But the point here is that Mick and Keith still met 60 years ago, right?[/quote Not really. They reunited, after knowing each other since they were like 5 years old. They just hadn't seen each other in a while.
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5 ***days ***ago
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Brian was the spark that ignited the Rolling Stones, the forces that got them off the ground. The one who gathered players together for an R&B band. The musician who was ahead of them. Charlie said as much. Bill knows it. That he screwed up later is no excuse to rewrite history.
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5 ***days ***ago
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Quotestonesstein Never liked this song. Though not as bad as Indian Girl (*wretch*), it is definitely not up to Stones-par, IMHO. perhaps it best epitomizes how and why Emotional Rescue is recognized a being among the quirkiest of Stones' original LPs Quirkier than Satanic Majesties? I just listened to that thing in surround sound. It's of its time, and parts of it are ahead of its t
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5 ***days ***ago
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'Some Velvet Morning when I'm straight....' What a great line, and song.
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5 ***days ***ago
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Thought it just didn't work. It helped add to the less than stellar reputation of the Emotional Rescue album. Kind of like Goats Head Soup following Exile, ER followed the immensely popular, and last great Stones album of new songs, Some Girls. Then again, I love Indian Girl, and some people lose their lunch over it.
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5 ***days ***ago
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Quotebye bye johnny Rolling Stones Play ‘Wild Horses,’ ‘All Down The Line’ During Raucous L.A. Show By Daniel Kohn | October 18, 2021 Kevin Mazur/Getty Images There’s a line in Almost Famous where Stillwater’s manager (played by Jimmy Fallon) proclaimed: “If you think Mick Jagger will still be out there trying to be a rock star at age 50, then you are sadly, sadly mistaken.” I cou
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8 ***days ***ago
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QuoteRocktiludrop Quote24FPS QuoteHairball I'm not sure it's really Steve Jordan per se that's reinvigorated the band, but more due to the fact that Charlie has passed away. Keith, Mick, and Ronnie have taken their sorrow and turned into a giant ball of energy. That said, I did notice at one point Darryl getting in to a serious hard groove with Steve - focusing and staring at eac
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8 ***days ***ago
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QuoteHairball I'm not sure it's really Steve Jordan per se that's reinvigorated the band, but more due to the fact that Charlie has passed away. Keith, Mick, and Ronnie have taken their sorrow and turned into a giant ball of energy. That said, I did notice at one point Darryl getting in to a serious hard groove with Steve - focusing and staring at eachother...might have been 19th
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9 ***days ***ago
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QuoteMadMax QuoteBastion Quotedcba A DVD? What is this, 2007? Well pal, some of us still use DVDs so waddya gonna do, rank on us too? And what's wrong with DVDs? Or CDs? Blu Rays have great video and sound. Having heard the new Goats Head Soup mix in Dolby Atmos, I recommend anyone listening to those CDs if they can get a hold of them.
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Quotetriceratops Quotetreaclefingers Quotebye bye johnny Mick namechecks Paul McCartney - "Paul McCartney's here. He's gonna help us. He's gonna join us on a blues cover later on." That's absolutely brilliant. You gotta get up very early in the day to get one past Ol' Mick. And Paul McCartney failed. For me, seeing the current Rolling Stones is at least 10
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QuoteMisterDDDD Quote24FPS QuoteIrix Quotebengigan Possibly the last show ever Possibly not the last show - - (last paragraph). Not as long as they can get suckers to pay $500 to sit up close and look at almost 80-year-old men play their greatest hits. I have friends who are going tonight in L.A. It's a bucket list item for all three of them. There are some hard core fans who have t
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10 ***days ***ago
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QuoteIrix Quotebengigan Possibly the last show ever Possibly not the last show - - (last paragraph). Not as long as they can get suckers to pay $500 to sit up close and look at almost 80-year-old men play their greatest hits. I have friends who are going tonight in L.A. It's a bucket list item for all three of them. There are some hard core fans who have to see them infinitum. But I
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10 ***days ***ago
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'Most intimate show in more than a Decade'? Huh? What, did I dream the Fonda Theater in 2015 with a seating capacity of 1,200? Or the Echoplex in 2013, that holds 780? The Hard Rock in Hollywood, Florida seats 7,000. When did that become intimate?
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10 ***days ***ago
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QuoteTopi Quote24FPS QuoteMisterDDDD Just checked tickets and the waiting room and lobby etc were back in play. For a second thought it was going to take me to Lucky Dips Looks like things have picked up a bit for this show.. both standard pits sold out and pretty spotty in most better areas. GA floor still available though. I had one for back up , but the LD’s have been consistently pretty
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10 ***days ***ago
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QuoteMisterDDDD Just checked tickets and the waiting room and lobby etc were back in play. For a second thought it was going to take me to Lucky Dips Looks like things have picked up a bit for this show.. both standard pits sold out and pretty spotty in most better areas. GA floor still available though. I had one for back up , but the LD’s have been consistently pretty good, so I sold it on
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13 ***days ***ago
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Tons of tickets left for the 14th. I guess there won't be any more Lucky Dips.
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13 ***days ***ago
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QuoteTestify Listening to Darryl J.'s bass effect in 19th Nervous Breakdown, he has never done it before or maybe I don't remember it ... Did he play like it's supposed to be played, Bo Diddley bombs (ala Wyman), or did he noodle around?
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16 ***days ***ago
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The days of twenty minute concerts by the headliner after a boatload of opening acts. They were a tight group. Carl was a good guitarist, Brian a good bass player.
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16 ***days ***ago
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Noticed a big price discrepancy between tickets for the 14th and the 17th. (More expensive for the 17th.) Also a couple sections for the 14th have come down a bit in price. And there are tons of tickets left for the 14th. Yet they haven't opened up the Lucky Dips again. Forget scalpers. Just go to the box office night of the concert and sit where you can afford, minus Ticketmaster fees.
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16 ***days ***ago
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QuoteRocktiludrop Nothing new here, just more proof Mick can't contribute to a Stones album with this garbage, hence no Stones album, he needs to hand the Baton over to Keith, Ronnie and Steve at this point. That's funny. Mick's songs are the Stones' songs now. Keith hasn't contributed an A side in a long time. When did Ronnie solo write a Stones song? So....now that Ch
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18 ***days ***ago
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Quotecampxray Wow. Is it still at Metro Detroit? That's 10 miles from me. I'm starting to think that they don't have their Logo on it because usually, by now, the Stones post a pic of it. Pretty sure, since at least 2015, they had a plane with a logo, but I don't think they had just one plane, or a logo, in 2016 for the Ole Tour. I don't think they care about such t
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