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16 ***days ***ago
timmyj3
Fans shun tickets to Stones gigs = Biggest grossing tour of 2022 in Europe
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16 ***days ***ago
timmyj3
Talented but very troubled person. Chris Hillman's books shed a bit of light on him. How he described young David in the Byrds era sounded like undiagnosed mental illness, which back then wasn't even remotely considered a big deal.
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18 ***days ***ago
timmyj3
Comparing F1 to NASCAR is the same as comparing football(soccer) to football. I like both and consider the series extreme examples of apples and oranges.
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18 ***days ***ago
timmyj3
Very nice photo.
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19 ***days ***ago
timmyj3
>I was told of the existence of an Auburn soundboard in the early 1980s by Tom Beech .At the time,Tom owned a record store in Maryland ,and was a respected,and well connected collector,dealer.He did not have the board,and had never heard it.I also have a fairly strong recollection of having read about it,either before or after talking to Tom,in a Stones fan publication. However,I spent the mor
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20 ***days ***ago
timmyj3
Yeah, I gotta believe there is a tape somewhere in a box that no one knows about. Probably will never see the light of day. It was pre internet when I met this tape guy and didnt really know that Auburn was rare. He was an older guy and I suspect is long gone. He would have made the rounds in the Midwest. He was probably 60 longer grey hair, LOTS of cassettes in case someone here was a tape colle
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21 ***days ***ago
timmyj3
It is sad and stunning how the hall has shunned the pop/rock bands that brought rock and roll to the masses on TV in the mid 60's. Without Hermans Hermits, Monkees, Paul Revere/Raiders, Gerry and the Pacemakers and others, who know what rock would have looked like. Like it or not these groups and other artists brought "rock and roll" to the masses. My belief in most of these n
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21 ***days ***ago
timmyj3
I like to ask every couple of years. I believe there is a tape of the show. I was at a Record show at Serb hall in Milwaukee in the early 80's and a tape guy claimed to have a rare tape (Auburn 69). I was too young and dumb to really follow up and ask the right questions, and left as I wasnt really into tapes. Just checking to see if anyone has heard of a cassette (I assume) circulating
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4 ***weeks ***ago
timmyj3
Been groovin on it a lot the last few weeks. Been playing the Ya-Ya's version so much that Apple Music picked it for my weekly favorite mix.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
timmyj3
Quotemattleeuk Quotetimmyj3 I received your book for Xmas and love it. Have you ever thought of doing a price guide for Stones memorabilia and records? Glad you love the book... I have indeed thought about a price guide, in fact the publisher wanted to call the book Priceless! However I wanted to avoid prices as they can be as misleading as they are helpful. The market has moved significan
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7 ***weeks ***ago
timmyj3
Hi Matt, I received your book for Xmas and love it. Have you ever thought of doing a price guide for Stones memorabilia and records?
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7 ***weeks ***ago
timmyj3
My opinion is that U2 stole the show. They planted their flag as one of the all time great bands. I think the Stones could have been a tour de force if they would have been on stage as the Stones. I also heard that that jackoff Geldof blew off The Kinks who were interested in perfroming. Could be BS but have read it a few different time.
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2 ***months ***ago
timmyj3
I bought this album in the import section at Peaches Records in Milwaukee, WI in about 1976 thinking as well it was a live LP from the movie or 69 tour. Ugh. Was a nice sounding LP as I remember.
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2 ***months ***ago
timmyj3
Thank you, thank you! I am appeciative to anyone and everyone in the Stones camp that made this happen!
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3 ***months ***ago
timmyj3
Yeah, I listened to Wembley 82 in the other day and Wyman is blowing folks away with that base line. I know things always change but he was a way bigger part of their success than some seem to acknowledge. He was/is a force.
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3 ***months ***ago
timmyj3
I can guarantee the powers that be that ANY boxed set of LIVE 1969 will be be purchased by our family at pretty much whatever price they ask.
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3 ***months ***ago
timmyj3
Interesting that Gimme Shelter was hit or miss on the setlist.
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3 ***months ***ago
timmyj3
These are fantastic and new to me! Did they not play Gimme Shelter at any of the MSG shows?
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3 ***months ***ago
timmyj3
Miss Amanda Jones has my vote! Love that song!
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3 ***months ***ago
timmyj3
Quoteryanpow The sound mix on LYL is excellent. They had a lot going on around that time sound wise with Billy and Ollie in the band and it brings it all together in way that 75 boots do not (IMHO), and creates a distinct atmosphere and feeling. I just never like the sound/mix of Love you Live. It never felt like a live LP to me. When it came out I was disappointed. I always prefered my 75
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3 ***months ***ago
timmyj3
QuoteBashlets I always thought LA 75 was way better than Love You Live This is the most true statement I have read in years!
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3 ***months ***ago
timmyj3
Here is how clueless I am. Never heard of Damon Albarn in my life. I thought Taylor Swift was an actress until about a year ago when I saw her in a commercial and my wife clued me in. I live well, and dont need to know who folks are. God save The Kinks and The Rolling Stones.
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4 ***months ***ago
timmyj3
Thanks. I bought it for the pure enjoyment of it. The flatbed 75 is a iconic Stones moment!
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4 ***months ***ago
timmyj3
I believe it is the 2009 smaller version.
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4 ***months ***ago
timmyj3
Just pulled the trigger on the Ron Wood artwork of the 1975 flat bed Brown Sugar tour announcement. I am so excited. they had 25% off to get it in my budget. I figure $250 for framing. I cant wait to receive it. Just excited here.
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4 ***months ***ago
timmyj3
I just looked at the book again page 91. Seems like it was about a flight and Roger commented they were 7 miles high but that wouldn't be a good song title, hence the 8 mile high.
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4 ***months ***ago
timmyj3
Just read Chris Hillman's book and no mention of Brian Jones. The book seemed super sincere and honest.
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4 ***months ***ago
timmyj3
This discussion had me take a look at their discography and its sterling by any judgement. Looks like only a handful of their LPs are RIAA certified Gold. Sad and disgusting. Any Kinks fans here really really love "top of the Pops" live from Everybody's in Showbiz? It was like grunge and a 69 live stones song thrown in a blender. Magnificent.
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4 ***months ***ago
timmyj3
I am a huge Kinks fan since my high school days in the late 70's/early 80's. My first concert was Cheap Trick opening, Kinks headliner at The Riverside Theater in Milwaukee, WI April 1977. I have to admit that Muswell Hillbillies was not a big favorite for me. Great songwriting but the sound was just not my favorite. The Kinks had 4 periods in my mind. 1) early 63-67 2) i
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4 ***months ***ago
timmyj3
QuoteEddieByword I think "All the rage" would have been pretty decent in BS's place.......... Also, I noticed that except for 2 renditions, they also dropped iorr from the setlist......... I personally have never cared for live IORR after the 75 tour. I really loved the 1975 lurching chugging version. Never cared much for it from 76 on live, always seemed too fast and it chan
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