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QuoteHairball QuoteGeirGG In my opinion the 60 tour was great for 2022, but will seem a bit daft in 2023. I think the rather cheap stage and not so good lights of this tour could be a signal that the «60» thing was just that - a one off. It would give them a chance to come up with something spectacular for the next tour. Also I don’t think they want to to do «60» til they drop/stop (hopefully lig
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Quotebertrichards Quotetreaclefingers The last big single was SMU, ... Disagree. The Rolling Stones did many great singles in recent years: Plundered My Soul ***** No Spare Parts **** Doom & Gloom **** just Your Fool **** Ride Em On Down **** Living In a Ghost Town ***** Scarlet ***** I guess that your point of view, treacle, really is that "Start Me Up" (no particular fa
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7 ***days ***ago
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How wonderful the H-D-H songs were! (I listened to some of those by the Supremes only yesterday morning.)
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7 ***days ***ago
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Quotebitusa2012 QuoteHairball Due to the writers block and/or Mick and Keiths inability to write together anymore, maybe they could record some new and updated versions of some of their early originals. Contemporary cover versions of their own tunes! Might be farfetched, but consider the writings already done...just give the tunes a facelift, and they could almost sound brand new. Probably not
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21 ***days ***ago
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I don't like birthdays! But well, well, well! Do have a nice day!
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21 ***days ***ago
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My expectation: There will be a couple of vaults releases of the projected final studio album for those who survive the end of the band, plus an unknown how long period thereafter. The question is: Will iorr.org/tell me still exist by then? A much later edit: I now discover that the preceding evening jahisnotdead entered a post with a similiar idea.
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QuoteMisterDDDD Gone from the band now more than half its existence. Wanted to leave while they were "on top".. Fair to say he miscalculated.. but I could see either side of that debate. If Bill wanted to leave, while they were still on top, meaning from a creativity point of view, I would say that he left two albums too late.
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QuoteJustin I think some people are obsessed and still stuck with quotes and things said many years ago. Is it any wonder why Mick hates doing interviews? Everyone is still stuck on quotes about singing Satisfaction in their forties and not wanting to be a Beach Boys nostalgia act, blah blah blah. Move on. I think a part of what offends fans is that their favorite band is a nostalgia ac
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QuoteDoxa QuoteWitness QuoteDoxa Following the band too closely seemingly makes one's life miserable. Every gig always a disappointment. One thing that seems to be forgotten in this stamp collecting culture in which a varied setlist is a value of its own is that any new song for the tour loses its impact pretty soon (after one or two performances). For example, the Stones playing "Ou
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QuoteDoxa Following the band too closely seemingly makes one's life miserable. Every gig always a disappointment. One thing that seems to be forgotten in this stamp collecting culture in which a varied setlist is a value of its own is that any new song for the tour loses its impact pretty soon (after one or two performances). For example, the Stones playing "Out of Time" does no
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QuoteNilsHolgersson QuoteVoodooLounge13 Why is it that most other musicians of the same era are able to play so many more of their newer material and the concerts are great vs. the Stones? Bruce, Neil Young, Macca, the Eagles, Fleetwood Mac even all can play newer stuff with better results. The only ones who I think fall into a similar category as the Stones might be The Who, though even they p
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QuoteVoodooLounge13 QuoteWitness Quoteretired_dog QuoteHairball Quoteretired_dog QuoteHairball QuoteStoneage A message to Keith to get the Stones going again? Who broke up the band? In 1987 Jagger was going all-in on his solo career. He even informed journalists not to ask question about The Stones. As I said earlier; the song Let's Work is about Jagger's philosophy of life and his po
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Quoteretired_dog QuoteHairball Quoteretired_dog QuoteHairball QuoteStoneage A message to Keith to get the Stones going again? Who broke up the band? In 1987 Jagger was going all-in on his solo career. He even informed journalists not to ask question about The Stones. As I said earlier; the song Let's Work is about Jagger's philosophy of life and his political stance. Not a joke or a h
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Quoteretired_dog QuoteHairball QuoteStoneage A message to Keith to get the Stones going again? Who broke up the band? In 1987 Jagger was going all-in on his solo career. He even informed journalists not to ask question about The Stones. As I said earlier; the song Let's Work is about Jagger's philosophy of life and his political stance. Not a joke or a hidden message to Keith. Take it
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QuoteStoneage A message to Keith to get the Stones going again? Who broke up the band? In 1987 Jagger was going all-in on his solo career. He even informed journalists not to ask question about The Stones. As I said earlier; the song Let's Work is about Jagger's philosophy of life and his political stance. Not a joke or a hidden message to Keith. Take it or leave it. How do you know
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QuoteVoodooLounge13 QuoteProfessorWolf QuoteStoneage "Let's Work" is not just "hilarious" it is Sir Michael's ode, or homage, to neoliberalism. And a late tribute to the Iron Lady. It is meant to be taken seriously, not as a joke. In a way his philosophy of life. i know i know but it's funnier than it is anything else doesn't it just look like a fak
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QuoteStoneage "Let's Work" is not just "hilarious" it is Sir Michael's ode, or homage, to neoliberalism. And a late tribute to the Iron Lady. It is meant to be taken seriously, not as a joke. In a way his philosophy of life. I think that we really do not know for sure whether this song lyrics is to be understood as a deliberate self-defining statement or a sentimen
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Quoteretired_dog QuoteWitness Quoteretired_dog QuoteVoodooLounge13 Quote24FPS QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteVoodooLounge13 Timely it might be, but it has got to be the most worthless piece of drivel the man has ever released. Way off. I won't share it but Let's Work is the absolute lowest Mick Jagger has ever gotten as a solo artist. Bastard. Now I have to find that video for a good
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Quoteretired_dog QuoteVoodooLounge13 Quote24FPS QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteVoodooLounge13 Timely it might be, but it has got to be the most worthless piece of drivel the man has ever released. Way off. I won't share it but Let's Work is the absolute lowest Mick Jagger has ever gotten as a solo artist. Bastard. Now I have to find that video for a good laugh. Lol. I will actuall
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QuoteStonedRambler QuoteWitness QuoteStonedRambler The thing is everyone will get it sooner or later. There's no chance you can escape it for the rest of your life. So it's probably better to get it when the booster is still fresh then a few months later when it might not be as effective anymore - at least that's my opinion. I'm glad I handled my infection well, even if my phy
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QuoteStonedRambler The thing is everyone will get it sooner or later. There's no chance you can escape it for the rest of your life. So it's probably better to get it when the booster is still fresh then a few months later when it might not be as effective anymore - at least that's my opinion. I'm glad I handled my infection well, even if my physical condition was slowed down
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If I am to use my GA ticket to Stockholm, (for quite long I was in no doubt), I will probably be wearing a mask at least parts of the time, maybe all the time. - A new corona wave is expected in Norway by FHI (one of the major Norwegian health authorities), reported even today, maybe already during summer. It is apparently about the variant omicron BA.5, unless something new emerges. The vital t
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Maybe there is an important distinction in how you approach the past: in an investigating or in a nostalgic way. I guess that Mick Jagger is for the former and reluctant to the latter. But then there is the perspective in the post above from lem motlow. Somewhat too harsh for me in its evaluation of Stones' later material, but still.
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QuoteDoxa Quoteretired_dog QuoteSpodlumt That's why the death of Charlie Watts hasn't ended the band. Just like the 4,000 women he has been with, this is just another bump in the road. And before you flame me, think about how you would react to losing an integral part of your life. How it would effect your soul. Assuming you had one. I've been a fan for more than 50 years. I&
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For there to be another view present: To me the absolute slump in their career consists of the studio albums DIRTY WORK, STEEL WHEELS and VOODOO LOUNGE. On the other hand, I consider BRIDGES TO BABYLON as both semi-great and quite adventurous, not dated. A BIGGER BANG I also hold as semi-great, but a little too "safe" at times. However, talking about great albums really, their latest an
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QuoteHairball QuoteVoodooLounge13 QuoteWitness QuoteGetYerAngie Quotejahisnotdead If Mick had his way all the time, surely "England Lost" and "Gotta Get A Grip" would have been Stones songs. Yes, that would have been nice! I am another, who would have loved for it to happen. And I am one who is quite happy they did not! "When I heard them, all I said was, '
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QuoteGetYerAngie Quotejahisnotdead If Mick had his way all the time, surely "England Lost" and "Gotta Get A Grip" would have been Stones songs. Yes, that would have been nice! I am another, who would have loved for it to happen.
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Buffy Sainte-Marie: "The Piney Wood Hills".
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Sway, Can't You Hear Me Knocking, You Gotta Move and Moonlight Mile are not hit material. Moonlight Mile is among my favourites, but it doesn't sound like a hit at all. On Let It Bleed, Love In Vain, Midnight Rambler and Monkey Man are not hits. Good deep cuts, indeed, but not hits. So true words! In fact, to me an album that is not a compilation,
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James Brown LIVE AT THE APOLLO (1963). Aretha Franklin AMAZING GRACE. Marvin Gaye WHAT'S GOING ON. Pink Floyd THE WALL.
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