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***Today
24FPS
Poor Brian. Still a trendsetter as he was sinking.
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***Today
24FPS
In typical Stones fashion, they will release it at some point with a couple letters blocked out of the title someway. They'll get some free pub because every reporter on the planet with a stick up their butt will say something sanctimonious like, "We can't say on our network what the title is to the new release by those bad boys of rock and roll...."
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***Yesterday
24FPS
The song has some really nice changes, and energy like we haven't heard in years.
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2 ***days ***ago
24FPS
Big deal. Let's not cancel the past. It wasn't all that controversial then. It's not even that interesting a promo. No production values at ll.
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Prolific indeed. He's leaving behind more than Hendrix. I hope there's a lot of concert footage to be released.
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2 ***days ***ago
24FPS
I stopped going to Stones concerts after the boring 2013 tour. Now I might go see them one last time for sentimental sake. And McCartney too.
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2 ***days ***ago
24FPS
Great song. And that 78-year old codger can still rock. Do you realize Mick has been associated with the only two great songs about the pandemic, Ghost Town, and now this.
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4 ***days ***ago
24FPS
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quote24FPS It's a shame such a great song is associated with one of their all time crappiest albums. And no, it's not their last great single. That would be Harlem Shuffle. I've never quite gotten to the bottom of the complex rhythm on Undercover of the Night. Is it Bill playing bass, or is it a machine? Robbie Shakespeare plays bass. So strange how they
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4 ***days ***ago
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QuoteTornAndFried QuoteNilsHolgersson The only thing I think could hurt their legacy is an R. Kelly style documentary about the misbehaviour of our boys with young girls back in the days of free love Unlike R. Kelly, it has never been claimed any members of the Stones have ever raped or sexually abused women of any age. Oh. They changed the laws. Statutory Rape, sex with someone under the age
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4 ***days ***ago
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Quotelonglongwinter Well said and very accurate! Our boy Mick was way ahead of his time in creating Rolling Stones records in 1970 or so. It's always been about owning your masters.
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5 ***days ***ago
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Never will understand the point of Royalty. Especially now. RIP Phillip. I respect your service in the war.
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5 ***days ***ago
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QuoteElmo Lewis The Allman Brothers Band I would say that but They only put out 2 studio albums, and a live album before Duane died. I don't consider them the same band afterward. Especially the Ramblin' Man Allman Brothers.
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5 ***days ***ago
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It's a shame such a great song is associated with one of their all time crappiest albums. And no, it's not their last great single. That would be Harlem Shuffle. I've never quite gotten to the bottom of the complex rhythm on Undercover of the Night. Is it Bill playing bass, or is it a machine?
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5 ***days ***ago
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All their post Steel Wheels albums will be forgiven in time. And there's about an album's worth of songs since 1989. They simply can't be the prolific Stones of old. Keith's fingers barely work, and Ronnie can't pick up all the slack. I thought Doom and Gloom, Ghost Town, and Rough Justice were A level Stones songs. And of course Blue & Lonesome is a gem. They can&
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14 ***days ***ago
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Those are fantastic. The color one was not from 1965. It's from the Hullabaloo TV shoot, 1966. And I'm glad it's in color. The only surviving kinescope is in black and white. If they ever try to colorize it, they have a guide.
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14 ***days ***ago
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Dirty Work was a chance to redeem themselves after the horrible Undercover album. (Too bad such a great song as Undercover of the Night has to be associated with such a nowhere album). Dirty has a couple great songs, One Hit, and Harlem Shuffle. (A Wyman tour de force). I think Winning Ugly has great lyrics but needed more work. Mick and Keith just didn't seem that interested in working
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16 ***days ***ago
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The problem is that it was a 'comeback' album. Bill split, and they seemed to have felt a little lost. That Golden Period was over. The consciously made a retro album, one that harkened back to their old songs. It is definitely not a courageous album artistically. Bridges was much more ambitious, but unfortunately had mixed results. I rarely listen a post Wyman Stones album. Blue &a
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18 ***days ***ago
24FPS
Please. 2022 is the 60th year. (Can you believe it?) There's pent up demand to see them. What else does Charlie have to do? God willing, they'll be out there.
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18 ***days ***ago
24FPS
Times change. The hard rocking Stones of '72 gave way to the '75 disco, elegantly wasted Stones. The music was too serious for the times, so camp it up. Just like '78 had a punk edge to it. By '81 they said, screw it, let's just give them a good time.
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18 ***days ***ago
24FPS
And of course it all could depend on what show you hear. Most of us only know the show that was released on DVD, one of the L.A. shows. One of those nights is supposed to be legendary. It was assumed to '78 tour was a bust until the Texas DVD was released. Obviously we need a larger sample to draw from. And if you're extolling the Richards/Watts connection in '73, don't lea
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19 ***days ***ago
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Aren't we deep into Keith's junkiedom by 1975? Yes, breaking in a new guitarist. Charlie and Bill are fine, but they always were. Mick seems to have reached his exhaustion point. Notice the next tour of the U.S. in 1978 was shorter, and Mick seems in much better shape. I think he thought of '78 as a comeback of sorts, and was much more serious. Plus the uncertainty with Keith'
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21 ***days ***ago
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QuoteSwayed1967 Quote24FPS The discussion was about how you/we felt about rock stars having sex with underage girls, and if it colors who we feel about their art. And I'm not trying to play Scrabble here, I am playing Scrabble here. Because this has gotten much too periphrastic. You're not playing Scrabble. You and your 'adult conversation' are scurrying down 'Smart
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22 ***days ***ago
24FPS
I grew to really appreciate this song after hearing the new stereo remix. I think it's Keith's most vulnerable sounding. And if it isn't about Brian and Anita, it damn sure should be.
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23 ***days ***ago
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QuoteMKjan Quote24FPS QuoteSwayed1967 Quote24FPS I wasn't trying to get attention, buttmunch. I was trying to have an adult conversation concerning the documentary, and ancillary rock stars who engaged in underage sex... No, you’re so far from engaging in adult conversation you make the rest of us almost feel like pedophiles for responding…Sex with underage groupies may be an interest
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23 ***days ***ago
24FPS
And Hulu in the U.S.
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23 ***days ***ago
24FPS
QuoteSwayed1967 Quote24FPS I wasn't trying to get attention, buttmunch. I was trying to have an adult conversation concerning the documentary, and ancillary rock stars who engaged in underage sex... No, you’re so far from engaging in adult conversation you make the rest of us almost feel like pedophiles for responding…Sex with underage groupies may be an interesting topic (one that’s
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24 ***days ***ago
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QuoteMisterDDDD QuoteMisterDDDD Quote24FPS QuoteTaylor1 How is this Stones related? It is your opinion of what happened with Mick.Where in this Allen documentary do they discuss Mick? It's on topic, considering it's about underage sex with celebrities. That subject concerns two known Stones, Mick Jagger, allegedly, and Bill Wyman with 14 year-old Bill Wyman. Off topic AF and offensi
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24 ***days ***ago
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Quotegeorgie48 Quotekowalski QuoteIrix Tower Records coming back now - but wasn't really away .... . Buying my CD's & records there every week. A Tower Records in Japan : From what I can read, that store has been around for only 8 years. Apparently TR is doing well in Japan. My personal experience on record stores in Japan is that the CD sections are shrinking, vinyl is
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24 ***days ***ago
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QuoteMisterDDDD Quote24FPS QuoteMisterDDDD Yes you were, or rather you tried to use a current non-related o/t documentary to advance your distaste (or fascination) with the bands sexual exploits of the past. It worked, but next time maybe just lead with that as opposed to saying an alleged pedophiles escapades are somehow related. Fin. Wrong again. I never expressed distaste. (Project much?)
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24 ***days ***ago
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QuoteMisterDDDD Quote24FPS QuoteMariuana Is this thread still alive? Seriously, a person who started this might have wanted some attention. I wonder why you only blame Mick and Bill but never mention Keith who openly was with an underaged 16 years old Quicy Jones daughter while on the STP tour in 1972? While still with Anita? (question for those who glorify Keith's fidelity). Their realtion
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