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QuoteTumblinDice76 QuoteSpud I left Roundhay Park in '82 10 mins before the end because I had to catch the last train home . How pathetic is that for a man with a long history of sleeping on provincial station platforms or on the pavement outside Kings Cross. [ My excuse was that I didn't feel very well. Pathetic ] Between the Buttons is my least favorite Stones album. Amanda
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QuoteRoom1009 Still a bit ashamed to confess this, but I've still not listened to Blue And Lonesome. I know some of the songs, but have never yet sat down and played the whole thing to the end. Which is odd for me cause every other album has received my full attention. I have never listened to neither Between the Buttons nor Their Satanic Majesties Request entirely (and DW only 3 or 4 time
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Quotemasseywinos Enough anti-drinking sentiments!! I for one enjoy a cold beer or ten, occasional wine, the odd scotch, a shot of bourbon and a nice stiff vodka soda. Although I have started to eat better and exercise more there is no way I am going to deny myself. I feel sorry for people that don't drink. When they wake up in the morning that's the best they'll feel all day. Only
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QuoteKurt QuotePaddy QuoteMisterDDDD QuoteSKILLS #metoo for 2 months now, pretty large adjustment after 700ml of whiskey per day for a few years, my family have embraced the change, parents & siblings very proud of their 40 something son/brother. Cheers Keith, with you all the way Good on ya' Going on 38 years for me , guaranteed I wouldn't be around for any of this if not
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7 ***days ***ago
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So, a new album of the Rolling Stones can aim for one of the following options: 1) A mainstream success 2) An artistic success 3) Something to make die-hard fans happy 1) A mainstream success is very unlikely. The closest they got to that in the past 30 years was with Blue & Lonesome and that's still miles off the coast of real mainstream success. Diehard fans would probably hate i
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14 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotematxil QuoteDandelionPowderman Many of the bands you mention came in late in the wave (pun intended), hence they will be a borderline musical fit. If you go back to my debate with matxil you'll find that we were talking about which bands who entered the scene in the late 70s. Today people say The Beatles was a rock band, but they certainly weren't th
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Quotebob r Trout Mask Replica -- Capt Beefheart......utter trash. never understood the reverence for this bomb I'm a big fan of Captain Beefheart, but I am with you on that. Apart from the depressing but good "Dachau Blues", the rest of the album is hard to listen to. I am a fan of his "Strictly Personal", "Spotlight Kid" and "Clear Spot" albums th
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14 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Many of the bands you mention came in late in the wave (pun intended), hence they will be a borderline musical fit. If you go back to my debate with matxil you'll find that we were talking about which bands who entered the scene in the late 70s. Today people say The Beatles was a rock band, but they certainly weren't that in the early 60s. Things blur
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QuoteKeithNacho Is "new wave" the title of the supossed new album?? Mick wants to call it "new wave", Keith wants to call it "post-punk". That explains the delay.
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotematxil QuoteCamRS Thanks Doxa. You’re right, you can’t force creativity. What I interpret from that line is that there’s an extra motivation or spark to put together and album that maybe wasn’t there in the past. Similar in some ways to how Mick and Keith had that extra motivation from punk rockers and others who were telling them they were washed up when they were
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QuoteCamRS Thanks Doxa. You’re right, you can’t force creativity. What I interpret from that line is that there’s an extra motivation or spark to put together and album that maybe wasn’t there in the past. Similar in some ways to how Mick and Keith had that extra motivation from punk rockers and others who were telling them they were washed up when they were working on Some Girls. The key di
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16 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotematxil I am not gonna include the entire post here, but I agree with Doxa's last post 99.99% (I only disagree with the last two words in between parentheses). Two important words, though Yes and no. My rock-n-roll side tends to agree. My wish for something mature tends to disagree. As of yet, the internal debate is undecided
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QuoteThePaleRider Quotestevecardi Quoteduke richardson Sgt. Pepper according to Keith: >> Some people think it's a genius album, but I think it's a mishmash of rubbish, kind of like Satanic Majesties—"Oh, if you can make a load of shit, so can we.<< While I certainly admire and respect the technological innovation and vision of “Sgt. Pepper,” in terms of the qualit
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I am not gonna include the entire post here, but I agree with Doxa's last post 99.99% (I only disagree with the last two words in between parentheses).
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"Berlin" by Lou Reed. At least, as far as I can make out, it was very badly received when it came out, was not a commercial success and apparently in general perceived as one of his worst albums. When Lou Reed died, I read this somewhere and I was flabbergasted. I consider Berlin his best album, and in fact his only album really worth listening to (apart from some of the VU albums, but
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19 ***days ***ago
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Quoteash Quotemarianna Rock critics sometimes tend to jump on the same bandwagon. They also think they are there to impose some kind of order, therefore they like lists. The "Pet Sounds" as the top recommendation is like telling people to eat vegetables. There are a few people who truly love that album that much, but the fact it takes the top spot so often? Brian Wilson did actually t
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19 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDoxa The Glimmer Twins at the studio AD 2018: - You got something more? - Sure, Keef... Here is one I just made with Matt. - Bloody hell, that's the same shit again. Turn it off! That's no Stones, man... - Okay, okay...... Your turn then. - Look, I have this riff... hmm.. how did it go... can't quite recall now, but something like this.. - That's nice, Keith...
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19 ***days ***ago
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Quotegeorgelicks After 13-14 years the Stones can't release an ordinary new album with average stuff, their back catalog is a huge burden, a project like Blue and Lonesome fits well on their history, but a new album of new songs is a different story.
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QuotePalace Revolution 2000 I have reached the point of 'Screw that album by now". And I say this with deference to Ian Billen and his tireless optimism; but I see even Ian is getting a bit testy. If it takes you this long, and this much hooplah to drag your butts together to lay down a few 3-chorders then I;m not interested. I never even bought 'Blue & Lonesome", which w
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A lot of these songs don't really seem "long" to me ("Worried About You", "Let It Bleed". Then again, some songs I would have guess "long", aren't really ("Undercover", "Tie You Up", "100 years ago"). Without looking up their real lengths, what seem to me really long songs are "Going Home", "Midnigh
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QuoteStonedRambler ... Well , and I never thought that Tattoo was such an excellent album as many people think. It's still good but I could live without it Ouch! I think somewhere in heaven, an angel weeped when you wrote that.
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20 ***days ***ago
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Nice interviews, thanks for posting. "Cry To Me", nice choice, I'd like them playing that one again. I like the idea that they still listen to their first albums.
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21 ***days ***ago
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QuoteHonkyTonkJan QuoteKet QuoteDandelionPowderman I never got anything by Nick Cave. Yes, I have tried... Exactly the same for me, I have tried as well and for the life of me just do not get him at all. Maybe the "penny will drop" sometime? Have you listened to "Into My Arms". That's a fantastic song imo.... I was going to say: did you guys try the album No More
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Quotenoughties Boys & Girls - Bryan Ferry Closer - Joy Division Layla - Derek & The Dominoes, (but Blind Faith was a promising band). Well, I like Closer by Joy Division, but I think Unknown Pleasures was better. I can see that it's not everybody's cup of tea, but both albums were really very different from anything else. That, at least, made them special. Personally, I c
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21 ***days ***ago
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Quotekeithsman Quotematxil I don't want to repeat myself too often, which is why I am trying not to post on the "yeah, a new album coming up" thread, or posting again what I like about CH or why I prefer they'd all gone 100% solo a long time ago, but I do want to make a comment about the last 2 pages of this thread where "Let's Work" has been used as an argument
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21 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotematxil I don't want to repeat myself too often, which is why I am trying not to post on the "yeah, a new album coming up" thread, or posting again what I like about CH or why I prefer they'd all gone 100% solo a long time ago, but I do want to make a comment about the last 2 pages of this thread where "Let's Work" has been used as an
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21 ***days ***ago
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I don't want to repeat myself too often, which is why I am trying not to post on the "yeah, a new album coming up" thread, or posting again what I like about CH or why I prefer they'd all gone 100% solo a long time ago, but I do want to make a comment about the last 2 pages of this thread where "Let's Work" has been used as an argument against Mick Jagger. I d
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23 ***days ***ago
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QuoteKRiffhard Too much 'musical philosophy'...it's only r'n'r!! A new Stones album must be an event which we should welcome with much enthusiasm and positivity! Why exactly?
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23 ***days ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet ... Ok, I follow GasLightStreet's example, but with some improvements. 1960s The best album covers: pre-Between the Buttons Between the Buttons: not so good anymore as the previous (which is even more true for the pointless musical content) TSMR - cringeworthy & embarrassing like 50% of the album BB - Toilet seat version is cool, the white version: too sim
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23 ***days ***ago
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QuoteMadMax ... 21.Ventilator Blues ... Really? I thought that was in standard tuning.
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