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Big Al
Who’s on guitar, though? It could very well be Jimmy Page, considering it’s recorded in London and featuring session musicians.
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Quoteroobar58 So, with all this heritage they surely will have some sort of guided overseen walking tour over there, as in Liverpool, Manchester and London. Newcastle upon Tyne is a thriving city, with a rich history. I would imagine there's lots of guided walks to suit many an interest.
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Quoteyorkshirestone Quoteroobar58 Also from Newcastle: The Animals Mark Knopfler Sting And Brian Johnson And The Shadows' Hank Marvin.
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QuoteRocky Dijon QuoteStoneage As I understand Keith is an American citizen and Ronnie an Irish citizen. Sir Michael, due to tax reasons, is a citizen of nowhere. Is the Grammy's an American price award or is it open to the world? It's a bit odd that they are nominated for the Brit Awards since none of them are British. But I guess that how it works in this new brave world. For what
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Big Al
QuoteStoneage As I understand Keith is an American citizen and Ronnie an Irish citizen. Sir Michael, due to tax reasons, is a citizen of nowhere. Is the Grammy's an American price award or is it open to the world? It's a bit odd that they are nominated for the Brit Awards since none of them are British. But I guess that how it works in this new brave world. You’re talking nonsense.
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18 ***days ***ago
Big Al
IF the Stones perform in London once again, then surely Wembley Stadium should be on the cards. Hyde Park is terrific, yet seeing them at England’s national stadium would be marvellous. I just missed out in ‘99, though i did attend the Division Two Play-Off’s Final between the mighty Gillingham and Man City that very same year. Bloody Mancs! The original Wembley was such an iconic venue; steeped
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19 ***days ***ago
Big Al
There’s far too many. You’re better off googling it, quite honestly. Regarding Cheyne Walk: is it a public road, or gated?
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19 ***days ***ago
Big Al
Wasn’t it The Brit Awards, where Ronnie had the drunken altercation? That was hilarious. It’s on YouTube, I’m sure. Regarding whether the Stones will make an appearance: I very much doubt it. Ronnie’s the only Stone who seems to spend considerable time there. The Brit Awards was decent in the 90’s; not so much now.
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QuoteSwayed1967 Quotedmay What an interesting list of books. I've read a few on the list, but, wow, what a diversity of genres. Would love to know what the Stones (and others) read, have read. I haven't read a novel in at least a decade but I used to be a voracious reader. I can tick off 25 of the books on Bowie's list, all novels. Who can top that? Great Expectations? Is
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Big Al
Or what other posters here are reading, too. Myself, I've always been a reader of fiction. Stephen King being the author I first latched onto, in my late-teens. This year, I'm hoping to tackle the classics. I've started with Dickens' Great Expectations. Wonderful stuff.
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Big Al
Thanks wolundamo, Koen, and bv. Okay, then! Let's get voting, and get the Stones a Brit Award! Who knows? Perhaps, if they'll make an appearance.
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Big Al
Perhaps change the thread-title to 'Rolling Stones nominated for a BRIT AWARD' I don't suspect many here, outside the U.K., have heard of the event.
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Big Al
By some distance, Steel Wheels.
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Quotematsumoto33 QuoteBig Al QuoteDrPete Just rewatched on YouTube. It's fantastic and lots of consideration towards Brian Yes, although I remember being taken aback by Keith's, then, dismissive comments: 'shit happens'; 'hey, you cock, you're fired', etc. He's evidently mellowed since, as he's ben far more complimentary in more recent years. Mellow
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QuoteDrPete Just rewatched on YouTube. It's fantastic and lots of consideration towards Brian Yes, although I remember being taken aback by Keith's, then, dismissive comments: 'shit happens'; 'hey, you cock, you're fired', etc. He's evidently mellowed since, as he's ben far more complimentary in more recent years. Mellowing with age, I guess. Any
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6 ***weeks ***ago
Big Al
So, is the ‘cold-ending’ Paint it, Black, from Guitar Hero III, a genuine mix by the Stones, or something created for the game?
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7 ***weeks ***ago
Big Al
There's an instrumental backing-track of Paint it, Black, that features a full-ending. and not a fade-out. I'm sure it's the same take as the released version. So, my question: why have they not released this, complete with the vocals? It may not exist, I suppose. The shortened, U.S. edit of Paint it, Black, irritates me, too. The U.K. single, with the longer fade, is the only way
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteMisterO I respectfully disagree with the word "landlord" not being used much these day. With the price of housing leaving many unable to purchase a home, many people are opting to rent. If you look on reddit in any real estate sub, in my experience it I hear it used frequently. Also, IIRC Mick was known to be a renter. Even though he owned properties, he would still opt to rent.
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Quotecrawdaddy I don't like it. My first thought is that he looks a little like Sid James.
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Undoubtedly a titan of 60’s and 70’s football. All the genuine greats are now gone: Pele, Cruyff; Best and Charlton. Now, Beckenbauer. Rest in peace, Franz Beckenbauer
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteMabru QuoteIrix Japanese releases - . No extras ?? If you consider the history regarding why the Japanese releases have bonus tracks, I do whether the concept is warranted in the streaming-age. Is there really such a huge black market for CD's in Japan, today? My understanding is that they added bonus tracks as an incentive for the would-be Japanese consumer to not look for 'c
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7 ***weeks ***ago
Big Al
What? No Starsky and Hutch fans? I thought, that with all the Boomers amongst us, there'd be a few posting here. The show is before my time, so I can't comment; and I don't remember seeing repeats during the 90's. I was also unware that he sang and had a couple of #1's.
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Quoteds1984 I have forgoten the number of french rooted words is modern english but that is quite a lot. And french in its turn includes some arabian terms. That’d be because of the Norman Conquest of 1066. Over time, their language intwined with the early English that was spoken by the Saxons.
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Quotetreaclefingers QuoteBig Al Quotedoitywoik QuoteBig Al Can we make it English, and not 'American English', please? What about Scots then (to make it a bit of a challenge for the non-Scottish) Scots? Well, it's unintelligible to anyone not from Scotland. A bit like Welsh At least our glorious language is understood globally. In fact, it is the language of the world; court
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Quotebv Feel free to write "color" or "colour" or "gaz" or "petrol" and so on, i.e. US or UK English. Here, here! It’s all ‘English’, after all
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7 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotedoitywoik QuoteBig Al Can we make it English, and not 'American English', please? What about Scots then (to make it a bit of a challenge for the non-Scottish) Scots? Well, it's unintelligible to anyone not from Scotland. A bit like Welsh At least our glorious language is understood globally. In fact, it is the language of the world; courtesy of Germanic tribes! The Angl
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Big Al
Can we make it English, and not 'American English', please?
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7 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteSpud Took me a while to appreciate Flashpoint. It marked a whole sea-change in the way they played presented songs on the stage. It wasn't my favourite, rough and ready, best pub band in the world any more... ...and, at the time, I didn't very much like that ! Good points! Although I feel Keith was performing at his peak during the Steel Wheels and Urban Jungles to
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7 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteVoodooLounge13 Quotededospegajosos Am I the only weirdo that is getting tired of it? I really liked it a lot and listened to it almost every day for the last couple of months but now I can´t do it anymore. I feel like it was a sugar rush that suddenly stopped. Maybe I need a rest. Enjoying Voodoo Lounge much more now.. Well, considering it never really got off the ground for me, I'
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