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***Yesterday
GerardHennessy
QuoteTestify It seems to me that a certainty that has been leaked so far is that Charlie will be on some tracks on the record, this excludes the fact that they are starting over. Maybe they are also working on some new tracks to include, but I think the bulk of the album is already decided. The only thing we know for certain is that we don't know ANYTHING for certain! Hope springs eternal
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***Yesterday
GerardHennessy
Same old, same old. Are they? Aren't they? Writing and recording new songs? Finishing off songs already recorded? Polishing material in the vaults for another anniversary release? They are in The Bahamas??. Or maybe it's New York?? Or LA?? Or anywhere there is a recording studio?? We have been here so many times. Looking back on postings from the past ten plus years, there have been rem
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5 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
Quotebabyblue Quotedonvis I may be in the minority but I would prefer a new double album over a tour of war horses. That would be great but I personally don’t think that will happen this time round. Amen to your views regarding a new double album being preferable - in my humble opinion there is no competition - to yet another warhorses tour. Sadly, like babyblue, I feel it is most unlikel
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6 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
QuoteDan QuoteGerardHennessy Quotebabyblue I’m happy to see the boys again. I don’t care what they play, I feel blessed they are still touring at their ages. I m going with a group to see them. We all think because of their ages this could be last time. This makes The Stones seem like a kind of freak show. Not a viable touring band. Going just to see them, instead of going to see AND hear them,
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8 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
Quotebabyblue I’m happy to see the boys again. I don’t care what they play, I feel blessed they are still touring at their ages. I m going with a group to see them. We all think because of their ages this could be last time. This makes The Stones seem like a kind of freak show. Not a viable touring band. Going just to see them, instead of going to see AND hear them, is a pretty condescending co
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10 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
Quotemickschix I would love to think the motivation for their tour is not just money BUT they've stopped playing MSG and all arenas in favor of stadium shows....which I happen to hate! Even if they only fill a stadium 70-80% capacity or less, they make a TON more money than a night in an arena that holds maybe 22,000. Unless you happen to have a seat way up front in a stadium, you feel LOST,
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12 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
QuoteSomeTorontoGirl QuoteGerardHennessy QuoteSomeTorontoGirl Quotestonerolling I say it every tour... For Mick and Keith to sing Happy together.. On second reading - that would be very cool. However, I must admit, on first reading, I thought you meant they should sing ‘Happy Together’, which I thought was a bit random. I was trying to picture Mick and Keith at a mic, smiling mischievously
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12 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
QuoteSomeTorontoGirl Quotestonerolling I say it every tour... For Mick and Keith to sing Happy together.. On second reading - that would be very cool. However, I must admit, on first reading, I thought you meant they should sing ‘Happy Together’, which I thought was a bit random. I was trying to picture Mick and Keith at a mic, smiling mischievously and starting in on ‘Imagine me and you… ‘
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14 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
QuoteCooltoplady Wow people here really hate The Stones. Never happy I doubt ANYONE here hates The Stones. Very much the opposite in fact. And not alone are the band loved emotionally and musically, but most people on this site have paid vast amounts of hard cash to buy their merchandise, attend their concerts, follow them across national boundaries, and purchase their recordings. Often at cons
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14 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
QuoteProfessorWolf Quoteangee Isn't that always true, the most popular eras of an artist or musician are the most remembered by the larger public? (I'm saying, maybe I don't completely get your point.) So is this topic asking what can be done to excite us fans or what can be done to excite the casual fan? i think you get my point i was responding to gerardhennessy's
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15 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
QuoteTopi QuoteGerardHennessy QuoteMore Hot Rocks The words The Rolling Stones is enough to excite me! If you need anything else than the fact that they are still on stage to get excited, I can't help you ;-) Speaking personally I feel sad reading these quotes. It make me feel like the band is just a kind of freak shown now. Celebrated for their longevity. A kind of musical museum pie
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15 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
QuoteProfessorWolf QuoteGerardHennessy QuoteMore Hot Rocks The words The Rolling Stones is enough to excite me! If you need anything else than the fact that they are still on stage to get excited, I can't help you ;-) Speaking personally I feel sad reading these quotes. It make me feel like the band is just a kind of freak shown now. Celebrated for their longevity. A kind of musical m
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16 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
QuoteMore Hot Rocks The words The Rolling Stones is enough to excite me! If you need anything else than the fact that they are still on stage to get excited, I can't help you ;-) Speaking personally I feel sad reading these quotes. It make me feel like the band is just a kind of freak shown now. Celebrated for their longevity. A kind of musical museum piece Not a living, breathing, vi
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20 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
Quotetiffanyblu I just hope for a more varied sound on the new album. For me (altough the albums are good) very much of the SW and forward material have been a bit monotone when it comes to text, guitars and drums. Good point, although in fairness they tried to freshen things up significantly, or at least Mick did, on Bridges to Babylon. An album incidentally I like very much. But reaction was
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21 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
QuoteElmo I bought my first Stones record in 1964 and nothing these days, or for many years, has excited me as much as their early stuff. The last record I bought was Steel Wheels and the last concert I saw was in 1981. That’s how long I’ve been disillusioned with the band. The reason you get no new product is that you, the fans for whom the band can do no wrong, are content with endless concert
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25 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
QuoteSilver Dagger Here's a treat - a knock off pre-gig jam version of Parachute Woman at the Hope And Anchor pub, in London before the start of the show in June 2022. Dandy shouted out let's do Parachute Woman and the guys just fell in as if they'd been playing it all week. These guys are so good they don't even need to rehearse. Don't miss them the next time they�
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25 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
Quotehockenheim95 QuoteGerardHennessy QuoteDandelionPowderman Out of curiosity, dd you also complain about the lack of variety in the setlists in the 60s and early 70s? ======================================= f you had been living with the same partner for 40+ years, would you demand your life time partner to change now, so that you could be excited? What happened to the previous 40 years
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25 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
QuoteDandelionPowderman Out of curiosity, dd you also complain about the lack of variety in the setlists in the 60s and early 70s? ======================================= f you had been living with the same partner for 40+ years, would you demand your life time partner to change now, so that you could be excited? What happened to the previous 40 years? They were not exciting? Bjornulf
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25 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
Quoteillyad1960 I have been a Stones fan for over 40 years. Enjoyed most of the ride but last tour didn't excite me. I found the set list to be repetitive and i lost interest. I would like to go back to the excitement of a Stones tour announcement and the tour itself. What can the band do to rekindle that excitement for me and perhaps other long time Stones fans? Or do the Stones care little
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26 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
QuoteIrix QuoteGerardHennessy It's January 2023 and already there are statements about possible touring arrangements in 2024 and 2025. My question about Asia & Oceania was only rhetorical, since they were not mentioned in that post above - . Fair enough. Thank you for putting me right. I apologise and withdraw my comment regarding 2025 in that case. Nevertheless, separately
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26 ***days ***ago
GerardHennessy
QuoteIrix Asia & Oceania have to wait then until 2025 ? I love this thread. It's January 2023 and already there are statements about possible touring arrangements in 2024 and 2025. Thinking more than a few months ahead given the ages, and health issues, of both Keith and Ronnie, is taking an awful lot for granted. As someone broadly within the same age bracket I can tell you that
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5 ***weeks ***ago
GerardHennessy
QuoteSend It To me QuoteGerardHennessy QuoteDEmerson re: 'They're old men with a dwindling fan base. Very few casual fans will even know about these ancient tours.' When I travelled from Boston to Lyon this past summer to see my 41st Stones show, the one thing I sort of most remember thinking is - these guys are bigger than ever! While waiting to get my Lucky Dip tix, it was i
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5 ***weeks ***ago
GerardHennessy
QuoteDEmerson re: 'They're old men with a dwindling fan base. Very few casual fans will even know about these ancient tours.' When I travelled from Boston to Lyon this past summer to see my 41st Stones show, the one thing I sort of most remember thinking is - these guys are bigger than ever! While waiting to get my Lucky Dip tix, it was insane (some people were kinda losing th
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2 ***months ***ago
GerardHennessy
Quotetreaclefingers QuoteRocky Dijon The band thrives on energy from the crowd, especially Mick. New songs, too often, send people to the bathroom or beer line just the same as Keith's mini-set. The same thing sometimes happens with deep cuts or covers. Cleveland 2002 was an arena show with a great setlist mixing hits and rarities. If you were there, you would have seen much of the arena
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2 ***months ***ago
GerardHennessy
Quoteillyad1960 As much as I like their music, the Stones have become stale to me. I find the setlists to be repetitive and lack imagination. Introducing a large number of songs from the new album would get my attention, especially if the music is good. I agree. Sadly! I have felt that staleness for a while. And while they can still play the old hits with a fair amount of vitality and energy, t
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2 ***months ***ago
GerardHennessy
Quote24FPS QuoteIrix Quotedeeeskannnie What album are you guys talking about here? Blue & Lonesome - . Blue and Lonesome is fine. It might be the last great Stones album we get. It's certainly the last great, all Charlie album. (Unless they decide not to go with any SJ cuts on the new one. Which I doubt. I think they're making the point now that they've moved on into
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2 ***months ***ago
GerardHennessy
Quote24FPS QuoteWorriedAboutYou I will lap up every single note, chord, riff and line of this new album. Beyond excited for it, it's been way too long. I LOVE latter-day Stones and consider albums like Babylon, Bang and Voodoo amongst their very best. If this is to be their final recorded output I expect it will be an album to treasure. I wish I was like you, easily amused........... We
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3 ***months ***ago
GerardHennessy
Quoteroryfaninva Amen- the Nashville Teens were hanging on for dear life. Every rock and roll fan should own this. video: YESSS!!! Awesome live album. Absolutely, and authentically awesome. Do yourself a big beautiful favour and listen to it.
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3 ***months ***ago
GerardHennessy
QuoteTopi QuoteVoodooLounge13 Myself with them planning on hitting 3 continents next year... They're not necessarily planning to do that. Remember, it was The Sun writing that. The logistics of touring in Asia or Oceania are probably through the roof. Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden reportedly said that the revenue from few shows they had planned in Japan barely covered logistics of shi
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3 ***months ***ago
GerardHennessy
Quotetimbernardis QuoteTopi I personally don't think the Stones themselves will ever announce a "final"/"last" show. Not even if they fully knew/planned that it would be their last one. (Whether AntoineParis has solid info on 2023 Wembley being the last time ever, I have no way of knowing - but I don't believe the band is ever going to say that "this is is i
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