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6 ***days ***ago
matxil
Much better version
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12 ***days ***ago
matxil
I liked the songs Heartbeat City and You Might Say, but, as Dandelion says, it was too 80s for me. I had just discovered the greatest rock n roll band from the 60s and the 70s (and the 80s, but let's face it: not their best decade), so I didn't see the point in listening to lame synthesizer pop anymore. I can't speak for the rest of Europe, but I think what happened was that The
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19 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteGasLightStreet Quotematxil QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotematxil QuoteStoneage ...Mine is none. They have never done justice to that song live. I'll go for the studio version anytime. What about you? Completely agree. Lots of fans agree with this (Mick's vocals on the studio version is ace), but that doesn't mean we don't have a favorite live ver
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21 ***days ***ago
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QuoteSomeGuy The Get Yer Ya Ya's Out version is by far my favourite. The contrast with Mick Taylor's solo (also brilliant) is, I think, particularly appealing. The studio version however, is somehow the measure by which to judge the other versions, perhaps because it is -in my opinion- the best version of the song anyway.
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22 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotematxil QuoteStoneage ...Mine is none. They have never done justice to that song live. I'll go for the studio version anytime. What about you? Completely agree. Lots of fans agree with this (Mick's vocals on the studio version is ace), but that doesn't mean we don't have a favorite live version.. Mick's voice is not the main problem. The
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22 ***days ***ago
matxil
QuoteStoneage ...Mine is none. They have never done justice to that song live. I'll go for the studio version anytime. What about you? Completely agree.
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26 ***days ***ago
matxil
Or, or, or, they could have taken all good Keith songs (e.g. "Thief In The Night", "Slipping Away", "Sleep tonight"), give Keith some time off to create a few more and put together a few additional Keith solo albums. The remainder of the good Stones songs ("One Hit", "Laugh, I nearly died", "You Got Me Rocking") of the past 30 years woul
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2 ***months ***ago
matxil
Quotestonehearted QuoteHalfNankerdoes anyone actually read any else's "set lists" in these posts??!! Yes, just to see how far-fetched and unreal some folks can be. If most of the people in this thread were concert promoters or tour managers, they'd go broke in 10 minutes. Actually, I don't think so. I think a huge crowd (but not the usual crowd) would love to hear
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3 ***months ***ago
matxil
1. Turd On The Run 2. Jiving Sister Fanny 3. Stoned 4. Who's Driving Your Plane? 5. Ventilator Blues 6. Winter 7. Walking The Dog 8. Down The Road Apiece 9. I Am Waiting 10. Doncha Bother Me 11. I'm Free - Keith - 12. Thief In The Night 13. Key To The Highway 14. Heaven 15. Criss cross man 16. C***sucker Blues 17. Waiting On A Friend 18. One Hit 19. Feel On Baby
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3 ***months ***ago
matxil
I think it's slightly overrated, like Revolver because although it's probably, like Revolver, one of their best albums, it also contains silliness and nonsense. For me, Abbey Road is especially worthwhile for Come Together, Oh Darling, I Want You and the two George Harrison songs. But, indeed, Octupus Garden and Maxwell's Silver Hammer are just stupid and annoying. Just as Yellow S
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3 ***months ***ago
matxil
Great song, wouldn't change a thing.
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3 ***months ***ago
matxil
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotenoughties There are some notes during JJF that weren`t there in the first place. This has been going on for some years now. It`s both Mick`s singing and some unneccessary guitar playing. It makes the song more of a lullaby than a wake up call. The notes were there in the first place, although they were skipped for 30 years in concert, but they've been back sinc
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3 ***months ***ago
matxil
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotematxil QuoteDandelionPowderman Here's a clip from Hamburg 2017. I bet you'll hear something familiar in there As far as I can hear, the guitar here does not play the latin rhythm, it's the piano and the percussion that do that. Keith plays the Ya Yas-riff - note for note - like he always does in the middle of the song Yes, but I am not sur
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3 ***months ***ago
matxil
QuoteDandelionPowderman Here's a clip from Hamburg 2017. I bet you'll hear something familiar in there As far as I can hear, the guitar here does not play the latin rhythm, it's the piano and the percussion that do that.
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteBungo I was watching the Sweet Summer Sun / Hyde Park show the other day and it struck me how retarded a song like Sympathy For The Devil has become over the years compared to the amazing versions heard on Get Yer Ya Yas Out. Why don't they just play it like that? 2 guitars, drums and bass. And the guitar lines they play in these current versions are just childish and un-musical compare
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3 ***months ***ago
matxil
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotematxil QuoteDandelionPowderman Good points, Doxa. And BB and LIB might have been the «discovery and experimental phase» (although the only one who plays open G on LIB is... Taylor ) Well, open tuning, at least It was the 1969-tour that unleashed «the beast» totally, I'd say. Isn't Monkey Man in open tuning (the riff, I mean)? Standard tuning. He&
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3 ***months ***ago
matxil
QuoteDandelionPowderman Good points, Doxa. And BB and LIB might have been the «discovery and experimental phase» (although the only one who plays open G on LIB is... Taylor ) Well, open tuning, at least It was the 1969-tour that unleashed «the beast» totally, I'd say. Isn't Monkey Man in open tuning (the riff, I mean)?
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman 29 years have passed, and I think that SW deserves more praise than we've given it. IMO, it's the album with the best songs and the best playing since Undercover. The production was top notch in 1989, but dated quickly. I don't know what happened, but I'm starting to find peace with that sound (maybe the 80s are back?) and the overall feel of the alb
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotematxil QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotematxil QuoteDandelionPowderman Always loved Thief In The Night! Here live with Ronnie's daughter on backing vocals, I beleive Wow, that's a very good version. Here I was thinking it was impossible to do Thief In The Night live. Thanks for proving me wrong. It's pretty good on No Security, too. I haven�
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotematxil QuoteDandelionPowderman Back Street Girl, Connection, All Sold Out. Miss Amanda Jones, Something Happened To Me Yesterday and She Smiled Sweetly is a "waste of time"? Come on! Believe me, I tried and I tried and I tried. I can't stand that album. Actually, of that list of songs you mention, most of them never made any impression on me, except
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotematxil QuoteDandelionPowderman Always loved Thief In The Night! Here live with Ronnie's daughter on backing vocals, I beleive Wow, that's a very good version. Here I was thinking it was impossible to do Thief In The Night live. Thanks for proving me wrong. It's pretty good on No Security, too. I haven't listened entirely to any live a
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Back Street Girl, Connection, All Sold Out. Miss Amanda Jones, Something Happened To Me Yesterday and She Smiled Sweetly is a "waste of time"? Come on! Believe me, I tried and I tried and I tried. I can't stand that album. Actually, of that list of songs you mention, most of them never made any impression on me, except for Connection which is fine but ful
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3 ***months ***ago
matxil
- THE BIG SIX: - 1. EXILE ON MAIN STREET 2. LET IT BLEED 3. BEGGARS BANQUET 4. TATTOO YOU 5. STICKY FINGERS 6. SOME GIRLS - VERY GREAT ALBUMS - 7. THE ROLLING STONES 8. AFTERMATH 9. OUT OF OUR HEADS - FLAWED BUT VERY GOOD ALBUMS - 10. EMOTIONAL RESCUE 11. THE ROLLING STONES NO. 2 12. GOATS HEAD SOUP 13. UNDERCOVER - NOT SO GOOD BUT THERE'S SOME GOOD STUFF ON IT - 14
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Always loved Thief In The Night! Here live with Ronnie's daughter on backing vocals, I beleive Wow, that's a very good version. Here I was thinking it was impossible to do Thief In The Night live. Thanks for proving me wrong.
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3 ***months ***ago
matxil
QuoteHairball Quotematxil QuoteHairball QuoteDandelionPowderman How can Slipping Away and The Worst be "solo tunes"? Mick sings on both. The entire band plays on both. I said "basically solo tunes" as they were written solely by Keith, and in a live setting Mick has nothing to do with any of it. Here's a nice article from Rolling Stone mag listing 20 of Keith's
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3 ***months ***ago
matxil
QuoteHairball QuoteDandelionPowderman How can Slipping Away and The Worst be "solo tunes"? Mick sings on both. The entire band plays on both. I said "basically solo tunes" as they were written solely by Keith, and in a live setting Mick has nothing to do with any of it. Here's a nice article from Rolling Stone mag listing 20 of Keith's best - with and without t
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3 ***months ***ago
matxil
Quoteouroux58 174 pages for nothing. They don't win money with records. Concerts with high ticket price and all this merchandising where they put their image on everything are the way they choose. Not for nothing. Don't rule out the entertainment value. It's like reading about flat-earthers.
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3 ***months ***ago
matxil
QuoteSilver Dagger Here's my video of Midnight Rambler. This song has become an organic beast - growing nightly. Tuesday night was brilliant but they pushed it even further on Friday with Mick ad-libbing Come On In My Kitchen. It's a thing of beauty. Watch it and marvel. Fantastic version. Cheers for posting!
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4 ***months ***ago
matxil
Quotekeithsman Quotematxil QuoteJumpinJeppeFlash Monkey Man Live With Me Dancing With Mr D Dead Flowers Dead Flowers or Live With Me. Dancing with Mr D is a lame song and Monkey Man is fantastic but it doesn't work live at all.. This not working for you matxil ? It's a good version, I admit. I guess it depends on what you like about the song. To be clear: I absolutely l
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4 ***months ***ago
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QuoteJumpinJeppeFlash Monkey Man Live With Me Dancing With Mr D Dead Flowers Dead Flowers or Live With Me. Dancing with Mr D is a lame song and Monkey Man is fantastic but it doesn't work live at all..
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