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17 ***days ***ago
filstan
Yes, Farley was a comedic genius. Here is one my favorites:
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17 ***days ***ago
filstan
I recently purchased the Okki Nokki One RCM. So far I have had fantastic results cleaning records. Ease of setup, simple operation, and thoroughly clean vinyl records. Cleaning solution, goat hair brush, and Vacuum work like a champ, leaving records almost completely dry except for a small solution line near the outside of the labelthat is easily toweled off. For example my Stones record collect
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17 ***days ***ago
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29 ***days ***ago
filstan
While I wasn't at the Olympia show, the video certainly brought back great memories of what went down on that 69 tour which remains my favorite. It was all so fresh and exciting given the fact they had not played for a few years, Brian had passed, and tracks from LIB were being presented prior to the album being released. I still marvel at how incredible it was that the Stones had this feel
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4 ***weeks ***ago
filstan
Quotejohn lomax Quotefilstan Good shots Rockman! Thanks for posting. Was this this concert where Keith and Bobby were supposedly tripping? Didn't Keith talk about this in "Life"? The one where they were tripping was the Randwick Racecourae gig. There are hardly any photos of this gig, and the ones I have seen have been black and white and fairly blurry. Would love to see more pho
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4 ***weeks ***ago
filstan
Good shots Rockman! Thanks for posting. Was this this concert where Keith and Bobby were supposedly tripping? Didn't Keith talk about this in "Life"?
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5 ***weeks ***ago
filstan
The 75 tour was more in the entertainment vein than previous tours. Lotus stage, inflatable phallus etc. Music though was really good, although I did not like Billy Preston getting the spotlight. It was unusual at that time to see the Rolling Stones as a backing band for another front man. Ronnie filled in admirably. Both Chicago Stadium shows I attended were excellent as was the Ft Collins Colo
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6 ***weeks ***ago
filstan
Ironically, I spun this album last night along with Long Player. A most excellent debut album to launch this band on vinyl. I strongly recommend purchasing the 2015 box set Faces 1970-1975: You Can Make Me Dance You Can Make Me Sing Or Anything where First Step is included. The CD set sounds really good and the vinyl simply superb that was remastered by Kevin Gray from original analog flat master
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6 ***weeks ***ago
filstan
QuoteTaylor1 QuoteSilver Dagger Honky Tonk Women as an opener on the 75/76 tours with that dramatic, toppy, long intro that really got the crowd going. . The 1975 ones are my favorite with the Fanfare for the Common Man opener and the stage opening up to the song I'll toss my vote in with the 75 tour opener. I saw 2 shows at Chicago Stadium and again at the outdoor
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6 ***weeks ***ago
filstan
Nicely done. Thanks for sharing this music!
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6 ***weeks ***ago
filstan
The boys are clearly enjoying themselves. Great tracklist. I'd let those guys spin records all day for me! Thanks for sharing!!
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7 ***weeks ***ago
filstan
Apart from the studio recording which I have always loved, the live versions from the 69-70 tours were my always my favorites. I have felt since then that the tempo got speeded up too much. This awesome Paris 1970 video is a great rendition.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
filstan
Wife and myself get 2nd Pfizer vaccine in a few hours here in the Chicago area. Feeling fortunate, grateful, and some sense of relief. I hope this happens for everyone else asap.
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2 ***months ***ago
filstan
What a wonderful surprise, and a real treat for the ears. Thanks a million for sharing!
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2 ***months ***ago
filstan
Nice job. Thanks!
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3 ***months ***ago
filstan
67 until May. In the game from early on. My goodness, I was just a little kid then, and along with many friends we became fanatical followers.
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6 ***months ***ago
filstan
As much as I am a long time Ron Wood fan, this film was very disappointing in that it left out so very much. It was not worth the rental price imo, and I can only recommend fans to reconsider shelling out the money for such a thin and insufficient project. Compare for example the brilliant Ronnie Lane documentary The Passing Show. Ronnie Wood's life deserves much more than this superficial v
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6 ***months ***ago
filstan
Very cool archival video! Fantastic find and really fun to watch this band relaxed and playing so well. Outstanding!!
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6 ***months ***ago
filstan
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotefilstan QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotefilstan QuoteDandelionPowderman How can a (more or less) live recording in the studio be over-produced? It's under-produced. The drums are hardly EQ'ed and the guitars sound as old school as they get to my ears. I've heard way worse modern mastering, too. Perhaps overproduced is the wrong term. If not overproduc
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7 ***months ***ago
filstan
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotefilstan QuoteDandelionPowderman How can a (more or less) live recording in the studio be over-produced? It's under-produced. The drums are hardly EQ'ed and the guitars sound as old school as they get to my ears. I've heard way worse modern mastering, too. Perhaps overproduced is the wrong term. If not overproduced, Blue and Lonesome was mastered in
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7 ***months ***ago
filstan
QuoteDandelionPowderman How can a (more or less) live recording in the studio be over-produced? It's under-produced. The drums are hardly EQ'ed and the guitars sound as old school as they get to my ears. I've heard way worse modern mastering, too. Perhaps overproduced is the wrong term. If not overproduced, Blue and Lonesome was mastered in a certain way that created a specifi
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7 ***months ***ago
filstan
I think it ended up being a fun spontaneous exercise for the Stones once it took hold. It's still a good album, yet I was disappointed initially and remain so regarding how it sounds. It is as though all the modern studio technology at the disposal to Don Was somehow used to make a recording that comes off as compressed and over produced and lacking a more natural sound reproduction. Played
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7 ***months ***ago
filstan
The double LP's sound really good. The vinyl is quiet and my copies are flat. Overall, this project is a success for me at least from a listening standpoint. I always thought the mix on the initial release was kind of muddy. The new offering has the vocals and instruments in what seems to be greater detail than we are accustomed to on this album. I am hearing nuances that I don't get fr
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9 ***months ***ago
filstan
I surprised my wife 35 years ago(next week) with organist instrumental of Wild Horses before we walked down the church aisle. It went over really, really well.
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9 ***months ***ago
filstan
Some really great comments towards the amazing talent that was Peter Green in his prime. A truly gifted player that let the guitar translate his personal joy and in particular his deep inner blues. A powerful blues guitar player that created notes that could bring tears. His heartfelt vocals were awesome too. What a band the Greeny led Mac was! Wow, I’m so sad to hear he’s gone yet it did not see
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10 ***months ***ago
filstan
BTW, I thought it worth noting the new Voodoo Lounge LP's I bought are MPO pressed in France.
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10 ***months ***ago
filstan
The 1/2 speed 2 LP Voodoo Lounge I had pre-ordered via Amazon arrived yesterday. This album I somehow never bought on vinyl when it was released and was content with the CD for many years. Having played this through 2 times now I can say it sounds absolutely great.The 180 gram vinyl is very quiet. The 1st LP is flat while there is a mild warp on the 2nd LP but it doesn't affect playback in t
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11 ***months ***ago
filstan
In 1990 I bought The Swingin Pig 3 CD box set boot when I was in Munich at WOM for 79 DM. Those CD's sound very good to my ears today. Hopefully, they get the audio right on this video release. Thanks Gazza for the clarification regarding Salt of the Earth being played at all 3 of the Atlantic City shows as well as at Twickenham 2003. To me SOTE was always a special Mick and Keith vocal a
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11 ***months ***ago
filstan
Oh nooo! This is terrible, sad news. Pretty Things somehow never made it big in the States, but they were a really great band. Phil May was a terrific front man. RIP Phil May
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11 ***months ***ago
filstan
This was a really good concert. Apart from Axl Rose finger nails across chalk board vocals ruining what could have been a fantastic version of Salt Of The Earth, that pay per view show was outstanding. Hopefully, the audio is high quality which would make this release well worth purchasing. BTW wasn't the 89 Atlantic City show the first time the Stones had played Salt of the Earth live? I
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