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StonedRambler
QuoteGasLightStreet I saw them twice on the VOODOO tour but this version is the best I've ever come across. You Got Me Rocking - NO SECURITY You're right. Fantastic version! I also like this one from Brixton 1995 a lot: Look how Keith is rocking
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***Yesterday
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I think You Got Me Rocking should be permanently included in the warhorse section of the setlist, right next to Miss You.
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***Yesterday
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My IORR mobile experience got really good since my phone is showing a mobile version of the website. That happened some months ago. Before it was only displaying the original desktop view which always required a lot of zooming and scrolling.
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StonedRambler
Quotegrzegorz67 QuoteStonedRambler Quotemonkeymantoo Quotegrzegorz67 Quotespunky I guess Stones play Wembley Please no. The new Wembley, which opened in 2007 is an abysmal concert venue. Awful acoustics and lots of terrible sightlines. It is absolutely nothing like the old Wembley the Stones played 12 times between 1982 & 1999. Absolutely agree. The acoustics are so bad. I saw the Eagles th
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StonedRambler
Quotemonkeymantoo Quotegrzegorz67 Quotespunky I guess Stones play Wembley Please no. The new Wembley, which opened in 2007 is an abysmal concert venue. Awful acoustics and lots of terrible sightlines. It is absolutely nothing like the old Wembley the Stones played 12 times between 1982 & 1999. Absolutely agree. The acoustics are so bad. I saw the Eagles there and the sound for a band with a
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5 ***days ***ago
StonedRambler
At the Hurricane Sandy Relief concert in 2012 they were allowed to play two songs. Beside JJF they chose YGMR. And for a good reason. It's probably THE modern-day stones live song, if you like it or not.
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5 ***days ***ago
StonedRambler
Some friend from the Stones crew told me that Mick only plays this song so that he can sit back with a glass of wine after the show and go on this forum to read all the comments.
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8 ***days ***ago
StonedRambler
I think Fender and Gibson guitars were always more easier available than Rickenbackers. Also since the Beatles were really famous for using Rickenbackers I can imagine the Stones didn't feel the need to also get them.
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StonedRambler
QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteDGA35 Sharks will cry from Sparks Will Fly. That's just poor writing. That's not poor writing, it is just not supposed to be taken too seriously. Just as you should not take anything of for example 'Shattered' seriously. It's only rock'n'roll, it's supposed to be fun.
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StonedRambler
The filming was just the usual cameras for the screens. They've only used some smaller ones to not block the view and one additional one in front of the catwalk instead of the crane. The only difference was that they didn't had to crop the picture at the sides to fit the vertical screens so often you saw the whole band or multiple members on the screen. They did the same in Singapor
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StonedRambler
QuoteKRiffhard Start me up: maybe this is the perfect live version. Not too fast or slow. Not too forced.Every instrument is perfect, especially Steve and Darryl. I agree. They are not rushing through it like on many live versions, but it has that dancy, bouncy feel of the original recording. Steve's drums play a big part in it.
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StonedRambler
Quotepftw04 I feel Hollywood Bowl will be there last. Do not feel 60th anniversary will happen. A new album maybe. The gas has gone When I learned one thing in life, then it is that you should never write off the Stones. I agree that especially Keith seems tired now, but a few weeks before he was in really good shape. I can imagine that the traveling is exhausting as that age. Maybe they should i
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14 ***days ***ago
StonedRambler
QuoteGreen Lady QuoteMisterDDDD Great version! Really hope this makes the cut in Hollywood. They are taking it rather slowly (as it's the first outing in a while) but it's a lovely song whatever the speed. Since Steve plays it like the studio version, there are certain parts in the song where they have to keep the timing without him. They do not seem used to that since Charlie al
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14 ***days ***ago
StonedRambler
I never understood how people leave early to get home fast. It's the f*ckin' Stones and at this point any concert could be the last. I'd rather be stuck the whole night in a traffic jam than to miss a second of the concert.
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19 ***days ***ago
StonedRambler
QuoteRisingStone So Martha Reeves didn’t turn up on stage? Bit anticlimactic isn’t it? Why? Isn't she allowed to just privately visit a concert of some friends?
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StonedRambler
Quotednewton99 Hi all Videos from tonight going up here - I was in Detroit tonight and show was great. Guitar work from Ronnie and Keith was excellent. Let me know what you hear that is different, better or not.. I think the snare sound really improved over the course of the tour. Sounds really great now, a bit deeper and less machine-gun like than it did in the beginning. Also Steve seem
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StonedRambler
QuoteIsakSun He couldn't have come up with the same great ideas, when he was playing the songs live he was copying what they(Perkins and Mandel) already had recorded on the album. Ronnie hasn't come up with one great solo on a record worth to remember. I think there are some catchy and sweet solos/guitar interludes by Ronnie on the Some Girls album. Also this B-Bender solo on Dice th
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StonedRambler
QuoteTaylor1 Why didn’t they let Mick Taylor add guitar on some other tracks on Let it Bleed? Like Midnight Rambler Let it Bleedand Love in Vain?Same reason.They liked what they had Yes. It's great that the studio version of Rambler is as minimalistic and repetitive as it is. That puts the focus on the groove rather than some melody lines. Some soloing by Taylor over it would not have made
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4 ***weeks ***ago
StonedRambler
QuoteStoneage A bum note here and there, or a sloppy solo, is part of the game of rock and roll I guess. Even if the ticket average is $350. But to mess up intros is another game. I mean to step forward on the stage in front of a big audience and deliver that. One false note from an opera singer and they are heavily questioned. Another one and they are done. For ever. The same goes for musicians
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StonedRambler
Quoteshattered Who is doing the audio? I can place his face but not the name. He worked with AC/DC too. I tried to search here and no luck. Dave Natale. Been with em since the ABB tour.
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StonedRambler
QuoteJustin The mixers are riding the knobs so aggressively it kind of spoils the natural flow of how they normally play. I suspect if Keith and Ronnie heard the mix from the audience standpoint they would be shocked that it sounds nothing like the "stew" they are hearing themselves of the full band all together. I agree it always sounds this way on the recordings and videos, however
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StonedRambler
Quotejoshbg2k QuoteChesterMixing up the setlist is great. The surprise is a huge part of the experience. I just question what they mixed it up with. For the greatest band of all-time winding it down, likely the last time they play in the U.S., certainly the last time they play in Tampa, not to mention there are only a couple of spots where they can add something different, there are a lot bette
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StonedRambler
I hope you're treating your loved ones better than doubting everything they are and do just because they did one stupid mistake.
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StonedRambler
QuoteRisingStone QuoteStonedRambler People always are looking for sensations and tend to get overly excited so at the start of every tour you are hearing the usual "they're paying better than ever". Your own emotions are not always reality. This is what I’m trying to say in my post above, in other expression. Didn't read that post until now, you described it well. I also exp
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StonedRambler
When stage monitoring is really loud it is possible you lose your reference to pitch since overtones can cover up and interfere each other. It is a physical phenomenon that many musicans might know especially when playing small clubs where the sound bounces around in the room. That's why for many inexperienced singers on stage it might feel like their singing in tune but when they listen to
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StonedRambler
Quoteyeababyyea Phase 1: Keith's playing is better than in years! Phase 2: They haven't been this good since 1999! Phase 3: Keith messed up! What was he thinking!? Phase 4: Keith is heading downhill and needs to rest Phase 5: They should retire Yeah, totally rediculous how a thread called "Keith's playing better this tour" is now turning to "he should call it a d
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5 ***weeks ***ago
StonedRambler
QuoteDoxa QuoteStonedRambler I think Mick sings it so much better these days. Back then he sounded totally drunk. Hmm.. What's bad about that? That said, I am not the biggest fan of Mick's mannish 'singing' in 1981/82 (I think even in cherished Hampton gig he sounds pretty one-dimensional and autopilot-like, it works in some songs, but in some songs not) but he does a
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StonedRambler
QuoteRocktiludrop QuoteIrix YouTube shows Fri., June 25, 1982: That just made me so high, why did Mick stop singing like that, why did Keith stop playing it like that. I think Mick sings it so much better these days. Back then he sounded totally drunk.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
StonedRambler
Quoteerikjjf Quotecyclist When was the last time No Expectations was played? San Jose 2013, maybe? Yeah, must have been during the 50s and counting tour. Can't remember they played it after this tour.
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StonedRambler
QuoteWembleyWhammer Vote Songs for Tampa: Moonlight Mile Far Away Eyes No Expectations Worried About You No Expectations. Since SJ always plays the drums like on the original recording I'm curious to see how he will do that one since the studio recording has no drums at all.
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