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22 ***days ***ago
TravelinMan
QuoteHairball QuoteTheGreek Quotedaniel t Best version of Tumbling Dice ever. I love Ronnie but he is not Mick Taylor on guitar. +1 Ditto. Imagine if Mick Taylor never left the band... Yeah that thought opens a can of worms, but there would have been alot more virtuoso greatness to enjoy no doubt. I sort of wish he stuck around for Black & Blue and the 75/76 tours at lea
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4 ***weeks ***ago
TravelinMan
Cool! Eric Church has some great music. I almost wish he made it more of a country song than like the recording. I also like Beady Eye’s grungy version of Gimme Shelter. Bet that also chaps all these boomers asses!!
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5 ***weeks ***ago
TravelinMan
Quotegonzalo76 I wish I could help but I'm not at home (and I'll be out a couple of months) and I don't have the DVD-Rs or external HDDs with me. It was shared twice. The second time was upped by Bloosman, Wed 25th Nov, 2015 but the torrent doesn't exist anymore There's a LOSSY MP3 version on the Stones Vault: Maybe someone could share the FLAC version. Than
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5 ***weeks ***ago
TravelinMan
Awesome! Thank you!
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5 ***weeks ***ago
TravelinMan
This looks like a great setlist. Is this available anywhere? Thanks.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
TravelinMan
Quoteautomaticchanger I have a Taylor-related question that I've been meaning to ask here for a while: Does anyone have any solid info on who's playing what on the 1970 version of 'Leather Jacket'? I hear three guitar parts - acoustic, electric rhythm with a Leslie, and the lead part. Is Keith playing the lead? It definitely doesn't sound like Taylor's style, particu
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6 ***weeks ***ago
TravelinMan
QuoteTheflyingDutchman QuoteTravelinMan Quoteretired_dog QuoteTheflyingDutchman Indeed, any song can be played on a guitar and vocals only, the classical Bob Dylan 'back to basics approach'. "All along the Watchtower" is a nice example. But hey, what about Hendrix doing it ? We're getting too much off-topic now. Not quite, because this is a good example! I like Dylan&
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6 ***weeks ***ago
TravelinMan
QuoteRuskafarian Be sure to get the follow-up too! Nice! Is the CD the same versions as the DVD?
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6 ***weeks ***ago
TravelinMan
Quoteretired_dog QuoteTheflyingDutchman Indeed, any song can be played on a guitar and vocals only, the classical Bob Dylan 'back to basics approach'. "All along the Watchtower" is a nice example. But hey, what about Hendrix doing it ? We're getting too much off-topic now. Not quite, because this is a good example! I like Dylan's original version a tad better bec
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6 ***weeks ***ago
TravelinMan
QuoteMathijs I don't know if this is a 'typical' Taylor song. He does play a fantastic solo, but all other guitars are Keith. Mathijs The fact that Jagger actually acknowledged “he threw in a few chords” suggests that he did have a hand in writing it. His electric is played throughout the song, not just the solo. I’m also pretty confident he played the 12-string. * ALSO
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7 ***weeks ***ago
TravelinMan
Finally got around to picking up his Robert Johnson tribute album and it’s awesome. Great to hear Billy Preston shredding some blues.
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8 ***weeks ***ago
TravelinMan
QuoteVoodooLounge13 Did anyone else think that Mick just resang the complete vocal part on the demo of 100 Years Ago? It sounds like his current voice to me, as opposed to '73 Mick. I didn’t notice that, I think his present day voice is much more nasally. I wish he would have stuck with “you should have seen her ass” haha straight to the point. I swear he said something about booty in
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2 ***months ***ago
TravelinMan
What was that crazy loud feedback/wrong chord on Tumbling Dice?
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2 ***months ***ago
TravelinMan
I thought Shattered was the worst song of the night. Gimme Shelter an absolute highlight due to the duet. Didn’t vote for Rainbow but it was really cool to hear a Nicky Hopkins part front and center.
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2 ***months ***ago
TravelinMan
Quotejumpingjackflash5 They are awesome. Steve Jordan now fits much better in the sound. He is lower in the mix, and does not hit the drums that hard. Oh he was still hitting them hard! I think they just turned him down
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2 ***months ***ago
TravelinMan
QuoteMathijs QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteTaylor1 Who cares if Jagger overdubbed some vocals.The fact is the instruments other than the rhythm guitar on Carol have no overdubs. And it is hardly noticeable. And on Little Queenie. And Stray Cat. Mathijs The overdubs don’t do much but add a crunchier rhythm guitar. Doesn’t make the album nor change its legacy, not even close.
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2 ***months ***ago
TravelinMan
I voted No Expectations
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2 ***months ***ago
TravelinMan
Did they re-record Heaven?
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2 ***months ***ago
TravelinMan
QuoteMathijs QuoteJakeA listen to the 2021 version, start at 3:55 and you will hear the acoustic most clearly Yes, it's there! Great find! It's the same acoustic as the 1981 overdub they removed. But it's absolutely here at 3:55. Mathijs It’s in the whole song. You can hear it right at 0:31/32 seconds emphasizing the riff. 2:17 2:54 3:04 3:21 and so on. It’s buried s
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2 ***months ***ago
TravelinMan
Quotegotdablouse So aside from the "usual"mistakes in the credits I found two interesting pieces of information in the liner notes, sorry if they've already been discussed : 1. Black Limousine supposedly started as "Broken Head Blues" (first used on OBR's "Sheep Deep Blues" bootleg LP) and "Biscuit Blues" (on OBR's Paris Results 2 but unr
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2 ***months ***ago
TravelinMan
QuoteMathijs QuoteTravelinMan QuoteTheflyingDutchman QuoteTravelinMan There is an acoustic, and it’s buried. You can hear it come in at 0:27. It plays a different rhythm than the electric. It’s percussive and you can hear the higher strings. That's the piano at 0:27, not to be confused with an acoustic guitar. I know the difference between a piano and a guitar. I’m in my thirties
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2 ***months ***ago
TravelinMan
QuoteTheflyingDutchman QuoteTravelinMan There is an acoustic, and it’s buried. You can hear it come in at 0:27. It plays a different rhythm than the electric. It’s percussive and you can hear the higher strings. That's the piano at 0:27, not to be confused with an acoustic guitar. I know the difference between a piano and a guitar. I’m in my thirties and take care of my ears. I
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2 ***months ***ago
TravelinMan
QuoteTheflyingDutchman QuoteTravelinMan Facts: Keith Richards never speaks of the song; it’s obviously a Jagger song Mick Taylor said he played on it, and they worked on it in LA There is an acoustic and an electric guitar on the Tattoo You version There's no acoustic on the official release; if there's a second guitar it's an electric, something that is difficult t
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2 ***months ***ago
TravelinMan
QuoteMathijs QuoteTaylor1 And why couldn’t Taylor be the bass on WOAF? And has Keith ever discussed anywhere his guitar playing on WOAF? It does seem strangeTaylor played on every known song from the Goats Head Soup. Sessions, ( whereas Bill and Keith do not), but Taylor is not on WOAF.And didn’t Taylor say in 1981 he played on WOAF? The bass is clearly Bill Wyman. We just don't kno
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2 ***months ***ago
TravelinMan
QuoteMathijs QuoteJordyLicks96 QuoteTaylor1 I find it hard to believe that Taylor is not playing on WOAF in some capacity. Bass? There is no song from the Goats Head Soup sessions he is not playing on Interestingly on outtakes of WOAF, I can hear an acoustic guitar being played in the background but can not hear it on the official release unless it is buried in the mix. Perhaps that was Taylor?
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3 ***months ***ago
TravelinMan
QuoteTaylor1 QuoteTravelinMan QuoteTaylor1 I find it hard to believe that Taylor is not playing on WOAF in some capacity. Bass? There is no song from the Goats Head Soup sessions he is not playing on What’s hard to believe are the credits. Billy Preston on WOAF? He could have played bass. Wyman wasn’t present for a lot of those basic sessions. Understandably.Thecredits say Preston on Heaven.
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3 ***months ***ago
TravelinMan
QuoteTaylor1 I find it hard to believe that Taylor is not playing on WOAF in some capacity. Bass? There is no song from the Goats Head Soup sessions he is not playing on What’s hard to believe are the credits. Billy Preston on WOAF? He could have played bass. Wyman wasn’t present for a lot of those basic sessions. Understandably.
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3 ***months ***ago
TravelinMan
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteEleanor Rigby Quotebobo QuoteEleanor Rigby Sorry...but slow talking or whatever is effing woeful! 1973/74..or whatever time it was recorded...so much better..it's actually sad. Jagger has @#$%& this up..his vocal on the original is so much better..why try and add to it????? Idiot. Totally disagree. Does that make me an idiot No, Jagger is...so bad his
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3 ***months ***ago
TravelinMan
QuoteDandelionPowderman Then again, he had the reels with the tracking credits... Sometimes the credits will just say "acoustic" or "electric" or "bass" unless there is a reason to make them distinct.
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