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retired_dog
QuoteNoPanic Now we've seen there are a lot of tapes from 1970 - just release one of those shows ( or 2 or 3 ....) Where have you seen them?
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***Yesterday
retired_dog
QuoteCooltoplady QuoteBig Al I wonder if this person used the mono mix, or the original, 1968 stereo-mix of Jumpin’ Jack Flash as the source. I ask, as I do notice that on their page, they’re seemingly remixing mono-only tracks: Come On, Carol, etc. It hasn’t been remixed. As I stated before it just been re EQ d. You can do some work by isolated different frequencies. But as far as the origina
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10 ***days ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteStoneage I don't get this, in my view opportunistic, idea that the band always make the right choices, that playing the same songs all over again keeping out almost all new material after 1972 is a wise decision by Jagger et al and that it is stupid and impudent by fans to ask for anything else. Nobody, at least not me, actually did this. Applauding each and every move of the band and
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12 ***days ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteBashlets Curious question and probably nobody knows the answer. If and when a new stones album comes out will Don Was still be involved. Kind of hoping he’s not I honestly think that at this point in time, it does not really matter as no producer in Don Was' league could either destroy a good song or polish a turd so the difference between producers would be pretty minimal unless th
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12 ***days ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteYazid Manou Quote24FPS They played note perfect sets that delivered the songs exactly like the albums. If you've seen the once, you've seen them. It is probably this explanation (of the similarity of their shows) that caused the error on the erroneous mention of the live at the Albert Hall in 1980, confused with the Oakland Coliseum concert of January 31, 1970. One would think
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13 ***days ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteProfessorWolf maybe steve or glyn or perhaps mick and keith each bring in someone they trust and see if they can come to some kind of agreement on the material they have I think you and a few others here discuss problems that the Stones themselves actually don't have - there is no writer's block, lack of material, lack of trust in whoever the producer is, no Mick vs. Keith fi
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16 ***days ***ago
retired_dog
Quote24FPS QuoteGasLightStreet Quote24FPS QuoteMathijs Quote24FPS QuoteGasLightStreet Quote24FPS Expanding on what Doxa said, it is a pity that El Mocambo wasn't released in total, in place of Love You Live. LYL is what started the whole 'Vegas' Stones talk. It felt contrived, and lacked excitement. El Mocambo brought them back to that compressed feeling of being on a small stage.
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20 ***days ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteElmo Lewis I don't know if it's the small room or what, but the El Mocambo stuff sounds great. The performances are excellent too. Vegas Stones started with Steel Wheels tour. The difference between 81 and 89 was vast. Both great in their own way - for example, Ruby Tuesday would have been butchered in 1981, while the sloppy energy of say, She's So Cold or T &
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24 ***days ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteDoxa Quotetreaclefingers QuoteGasLightStreet I may've said it earlier in the thread but... This release is vying for the greatest live Stones release ever. GYYO! has always been number one for me. LIVE IN TEXAS surpassed all other previous live albums. But MOCAMBO might... I dunno. I get the aspect of its time, but the retrospect in regard to their live discography, official
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26 ***days ***ago
retired_dog
I actually met John personally twice, chit-chatting about this and that, but what still bugs me today is that it did not come to my mind to ask him why one of my favourite songs has never been released on CD - "Coming Down The Road".
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26 ***days ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteStonedRambler I have seen some single songs from this tour with IEM audio, e.g. these two: That means, people found ways again to receive their in ear streams. So why has there not been am IEM bootleg from this tour yet? Or it there one? It's most likely the fear of bootleggers bootlegging the bootleggers...
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27 ***days ***ago
retired_dog
My Shubb capo accompanies me since decades...never let me down. No need to change just because Keith changed to G7.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteWitness Yes, Hairball, I suspect that is a good description of the perspectives for a possible new studio album during the remainder of the band's existence. If anything, Ronnie's comment indicates that creating new original music has become more than a hobby than a profession for them. They do it just when they're up for it, it's not a necessity anymore - while their b
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5 ***weeks ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteRocky Dijon Quoteretired_dog QuoteRocky Dijon This thread is more of a catch-all for stream of consciousness remarks. A few pages back we were speculating on what colour socks Bjornulf was wearing today. That happens when people lose faith... We did not lose faith, we... HIT THE WALL I feel certain this has been mentioned once or twice before. I can barely remember... but thinkin
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6 ***weeks ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteRocky Dijon This thread is more of a catch-all for stream of consciousness remarks. A few pages back we were speculating on what colour socks Bjornulf was wearing today. That happens when people lose faith...
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6 ***weeks ***ago
retired_dog
Quotetreaclefingers QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteSpud Wayne Perkins would have been a good fit if the brief was simply to find somebody to do what MT did . The overall sound of the band would have changed much less than it did with Ronnie. Maybe some folks would have preferred that ? ...but I'm happy with what we got . The poor sound of SOME GIRLS aside, what Ronnie added to that and ER
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6 ***weeks ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotez Quotetreaclefingers QuoteRocky Dijon Somewhere there are children growing up reading this message board who aspire to one day earn an "or something" from you. Though your old user name is missed. You're clearly conflating me for someone who may be dead or as they say in German, Tod. Is Tod dead..? I think he was on the Euro-tour, so no. He is no
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7 ***weeks ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteDoxa QuoteTheflyingDutchman What do you expect from the current Rolling Stones, Doxa? Nothing. But doesn't take anything out of how great "Doo Doo Doo', and its new video, is. - Doxa And that's the whole point. There's absolutely no need to pollute each and every aspect of the Stones' doings with attempts to discuss the absence of a new album of originals
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7 ***weeks ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteHairball QuoteIrix QuoteHairball Cool video, but kind of strange putting so much time and effort in to making a video for a song that was recorded 50 years ago. It's official - , , . And ABKCO did in the past also a lot of RS Lyric-Videos - . Right I realize that as it's on their official youtube channel...again seems strange to put so much time and effort in to a
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7 ***weeks ***ago
retired_dog
Quotedoitywoik Quoteretired_dog Why would the Stones re-record ABKCO era songs? For the same reasons Taylor Swift redid her albums Fearless and Red. (Yet I don't think it would be a good idea if the Stones really did it.) Please quote correctly. This is not my question, it's from GasLightStreet's confusing reply to my original post - which already gives the answer btw.:
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7 ***weeks ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteGasLightStreet Quoteretired_dog QuoteWitness 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
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7 ***weeks ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteWitness 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.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteTaylor1 QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteTaylor1 Quote24FPS Did anyone listen to Mick Taylor when he reunited with the Stones? What was left of his shredded talent was long gone. I'm not sure what would even be left if he ever did anything with what's left of the Stones.That is such a false statement,IMO. He was great on Can’t You Hear Me Knocking at Glastonbury
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8 ***weeks ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteRockman Ever so sorry treacle should have known better than to make fun of the things you love .... Careful, Rockman... there more you mention this little ditty the more you make people curious... in the end it will become a super hit one day - all because of you!
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8 ***weeks ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteGasLightStreet Quoteretired_dog QuoteHairball Quoteretired_dog QuoteHairball Regarding the Stones notoriously hitting the wall resulting in Blue and Lonesome - from Don Was: "Around day three we just hit a wall... and Keith suggested that, to cleanse the creative palette, we played Blue and Lonesome, the Little Walter song. Fortunately we ran the tape and it was just awesome. The wh
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8 ***weeks ***ago
retired_dog
Quotestonesman87 Quoteretired_dog QuoteVoodooLounge13 I was thinking the same thing in regards to a release! Maybe the fact that these ABKCO-era videos appear on the Stones YouTube channel instead of ABKCO's gives you a hint... Behold - they're on the ABKCO YT channel as well - What are we to make of that? That the Stones and ABKCO are obviously working together again - and th
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8 ***weeks ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteHairball "I Just Make Records" - Might be a nice title for a solo album, and the cover art could depict Keith breaking free from the wall... To Keith's credit, he did release Crossyed Heart back in 2015, so his statement isn't too farfetched, but now...7 years and counting since then.... And 17 years and counting since A Bigger Bang................ -----------------
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8 ***weeks ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteVoodooLounge13 I was thinking the same thing in regards to a release! Maybe the fact that these ABKCO-era videos appear on the Stones YouTube channel instead of ABKCO's gives you a hint...
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2 ***months ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteHairball I bet if you were to ask Mick or Keith today, they would humbly say their cover versions - every single one of them - don't quite live up to the quality of the original and/or earlier versions by other artists. Like most of us, I'm sure they like some of their own versions, and even love some of them, but they would see their covers more as loving tributes to their origin
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2 ***months ***ago
retired_dog
QuoteHairball Quoteretired_dog QuoteHairball Regarding the Stones notoriously hitting the wall resulting in Blue and Lonesome - from Don Was: "Around day three we just hit a wall... and Keith suggested that, to cleanse the creative palette, we played Blue and Lonesome, the Little Walter song. Fortunately we ran the tape and it was just awesome. The whole mood of the room changed dramatic
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