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QuoteTheflyingDutchman QuoteMathijs Mathijs I doubt that the average Stones fan or the Stones' guitarists themselves would notice the difference between completely drug fuelled or sober, rehearsed or under rehearsed; after 50 years of "stage experience". Thank god for that.And whose fault is it he was under rehearsed? Not Taylor.And he still sounded better than Ron or K
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I think the 3 albums which need a remix where the instruments can all be heard clearly are IORR album, Ladies and Gentleman , and Between the Buttons
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QuoteDoxa Quotetreaclefingers QuoteGasLightStreet Quotetreaclefingers QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteVoodooLounge13 Voodoo Lounge will always, always, always be my favorite album of theirs, but if there is one album that I had to list as being the quintessential Rolling Stones' album, it would be Sticky Fingers, hands down, bar none. Just this week received the Russian and Spanish CD versions in
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QuoteDandelionPowderman During the PMS-session, the session that Keith didn't know about Is that why they were laughing
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Taylor1
QuoteTheflyingDutchman QuoteRocky Dijon QuoteTheflyingDutchman Like Bill Wyman said: "Never go back to your ex. It doesn't work" And yet, he returned to the studio for HACKNEY DIAMONDS... So did Taylor, for the PMS session. When was that picture taken?
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Spanish A Minor is a great track.He should have stayed in the band and done instrumental albums with tracks like this on the side.Maybe a track like this , Mick and Keith might have worked on it , added lyrics and editing to it, and released it on a Stones album
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9 ***days ***ago
Taylor1
Keith Richards is the greatest rock rhythm guitarist of all time
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Taylor1
Sweethearts Together is another well written, well played underrated gem
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10 ***days ***ago
Taylor1
Quotedmay "He was absolutely the best guitar player of his generation...." A nice read about Michael Bloomfield. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band album, East-West, with Bloomfield on lead guitar is so good. Also check out the album Fathers And Sons album with Bloomfield working with Muddy Waters for a great blues session. Such a shame the man's demons took him too soon. &q
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Spanish A Minor is certainly worthy of being on a top 15 album.Better than songs Short and Curlies, Indian Girl and Hey Negrita and much of the rest of the bands solo output.
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Taylor1
No he was not
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Quotedcba QuoteRockman Unfortunately, nothing is on a par with his work with the Stones Yeah that pretty well sums it up ... Imo that is the problem all the band’s sidemen face : Nicky or Bobby Keys were there during the bands golden age, they added beautiful things to Mick and Keith’s songs. But if you listen to their solo albums made during the same golden era (the early mid-70s), well t
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Unfortunately, nothing is on a par with his work with the Stones.I don’t think his playing suited Dylan at all. I do love his CYHMK at Glastonbury.There are also some excellent Midnight Ramblers from 2013-2014.But I’m satisfied with his work while a member of the Stones, which for me has never been topped by the band or anyother band
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Mariah Carey and Blige are not rock n roll.They should change the name of it Pop Music Hall
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Taylor1
An amazing collection of songs
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QuoteMathijs QuoteTaylor1 QuoteMathijs QuoteTaylor1 All the songs on side one except Imagination were written by Mick.Side one is like Mick’s first solo album. I don't think at all it works like that. Not at all. From what is available to, starting with tapes of the roughest idea to joint writing sessions to days in the studio to final production sessions, Jagger and Richards really wrote
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Taylor1
There is no percussion on this album of the kind employed on Sympathy.Brian was by 1967 already introduced the band to the Pipes of Pan .None of the bands you signify were into that. Sing This Alltogether contains Brian playing percussion which you can hear influenced Sympathy
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QuoteMathijs QuoteTaylor1 QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteTaylor1 QuoteMariuana QuoteTaylor1 Brian was a founding member who was instrumental in creating the band and it's unique sound. He is not overrated. With respect to Sympathy he most likely was important in turning the song from a Dylanesque folk song to the percussive album version. He was experimenting with African
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Quote24FPS It's always good to have perspective when it comes to Brian. Yes, he had some genius moments. The recorder on Ruby Tuesday was ethereal and made the song. Like on No Expectations. He could be very spiritual in parts, like his Pisces pal, George Harrison. There are few that play like that. Communicating deeply without words. But he was either lazy or just wouldn't leave the se
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Taylor1
QuoteMathijs QuoteTaylor1 All the songs on side one except Imagination were written by Mick.Side one is like Mick’s first solo album. I don't think at all it works like that. Not at all. From what is available to, starting with tapes of the roughest idea to joint writing sessions to days in the studio to final production sessions, Jagger and Richards really wrote it all together. Every tra
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QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteTaylor1 QuoteMariuana QuoteTaylor1 Brian was a founding member who was instrumental in creating the band and it's unique sound. He is not overrated. With respect to Sympathy he most likely was important in turning the song from a Dylanesque folk song to the percussive album version. He was experimenting with African percussion on Satanic. B
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Great charity, great guitarist
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QuoteMariuana QuoteTaylor1 Brian was a founding member who was instrumental in creating the band and it's unique sound. He is not overrated. With respect to Sympathy he most likely was important in turning the song from a Dylanesque folk song to the percussive album version. He was experimenting with African percussion on Satanic. But of course Mick and Keith wrote
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Quotekish_stoned One of the best stones, got everything, disco, country, blues and rockers too, more of jagger album, keith was busy sorting his life out in canada and one of there BEST SELLER TOO, LOVE IT, DELUXE IS BRILLIANT TOO.All the songs on side one except Imagination were written by Mick.Side one is like Mick’s first solo album.On side 2 Mick wrote Respectable .He said he wrote all the ly
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Quotedeardoctor Easy: I'd take El Mocambo. Nothing beats this.1972-1973 live.Bridges is the best ,followed closely by Voodooand Hackney.Steel Wheels has some great stuff ,including one of Keith’s greatest songs, Slipping Away.To me a Bigger Bang is their worst album next to Dirty Work
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It would have been funny if all the Stones on the 1975 tour and Billy got marine style crew cuts like Charlie.
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QuoteMathijs Quotefilstan I thought then, and still think they should have given Ronnie a turn at the mike to do a number from his 2 solo albums, but hey it's 48 years later and this still hasn't happened. Well, they sort of did that in Kansas and Milwaukee -he sang Sure The One You Need with Keith instead of Happy. I agree though, it would have been fantastic is the Stones would
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Taylor1
Bring back the Lotus stage
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Taylor1
Bridges is way better thanUndercover
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Taylor1
Billy was the only keyboardist who on stage did more than just play the keyboards.Whereas Nicky Hopkins just played the piano, ( brilliantly), Billy sang background vocals like on You Gotta Move and Ain’t too Proud to Beg.He sort of did a little of what Bernard Fowler did later
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