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11 ***days ***ago
ryanpow
What seemed to be shaping up into a mild summer in SF has turned into perhaps the coldest and foggiest I can remember since I've been here. The good thing is you don't have to drive too far south to find warm sunshine. Also, I've heard old timers who grew up in the city that this type of cold, damp summer is usually followed by a really rainy winter. I hope so, we can sure use
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14 ***days ***ago
ryanpow
QuoteGasLightStreet Quoteryanpow Even though I didn't get an answer to the original question, I feel that I have gained some valuable insights from this thread. This, like some of Keith's songs on albums, will come back around. I've been thinking about reading LIFE again. If I come across what you mentioned, I'll post about it. Thanks! I think I might re-read it as well.
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14 ***days ***ago
ryanpow
Even though I didn't get an answer to the original question, I feel that I have gained some valuable insights from this thread.
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15 ***days ***ago
ryanpow
Quotedmay Oh my, my mistake, I thought this was going to be about the meaning thereof. Those kinds of broader questions and discussions are welcome.
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15 ***days ***ago
ryanpow
I remember reading in Life that there was song Keith learned to play on piano that he learned about from Ian Stewart. He said something like " Once When I heard it, I had to learn that song". I thumbed through Life in all of the pages with Ian Stewart and I can't find anything about it. Does anyone remember this? Am I not remembering it correctly?
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17 ***days ***ago
ryanpow
Quotewonderboy Quoteryanpow Gatorade Such an oddly intimate gesture. I think it's my favorite part of this footage. " 'ere ya go Keef, have some of me gatorade".
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18 ***days ***ago
ryanpow
Gatorade
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23 ***days ***ago
ryanpow
QuoteMisterDDDD Mick Jagger and Bobby Keys in 1970 by Dominic Lamblin What song had both Mick on harp and Bobby on sax playing at the same time?
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30 ***days ***ago
ryanpow
Unbelievable how hot its gunna get in Seattle. Here in Northern CA it's been dry for the last 2 years and were back into a pretty bad drought. The weather has been locked into a mild pattern. It's nice, but it somehow feels stagnant.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
ryanpow
A fun song that I've always enjoyed. First became familiar with it on Flash Point. It's better live, the production of it on the album version sounds dated.
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8 ***weeks ***ago
ryanpow
Quoteryanpow By that metric, A Bigger Bang dwarfs both of them because it was rated fan's #1 album in the on line pole that was taken here. Spelling has never been my strong suit.
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2 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Always liked this one.
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2 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Congratulations! "Till the Next Goodbye"
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2 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Sweet Black Angel live was good, but has a totally different feel. It has kind of a reggae groove. It reminds me of Luxury.
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2 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
QuoteRockman Hey dont forget Micks vocals on Little Queenie with Little Boy Blue .....1961 And his black jive on Cops & Robbers ......amazing stuff Indded Cops & Robbers is one of his best ever vocal performances. Amazing how good he was back when he was just starting out. He pulled out all the stops on that one.
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2 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Sad News. He had a very understated comedic style. Something you don't see a lot of anymore. "Midnight Run" is one of my favorite movies. Another one of his I like is "Seems Like Old Times"
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2 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
I think the peak was '71. His voice had matured at that point but was still raw. Some wonderful stuff though as his singing has evolved over the ensuing decades.
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2 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Of all the rock stars, Ringo has aged the best. Who would have thought?
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2 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Quotetreaclefingers IORR at about 1:50 I know this is heresy, but when I heard this version that I couldn't believe how good it sounded, more in the style of the original studio recording. I haven't heard the Stones do it like that, or that good and I wondered why that would be? Is it missing Bill and the wobble? But there are obviously live versions with Bill out there. Is
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2 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Quotetreaclefingers IORR at about 1:50 I know this is heresy, but when I heard this version that I couldn't believe how good it sounded, more in the style of the original studio recording. I haven't heard the Stones do it like that, or that good and I wondered why that would be? Is it missing Bill and the wobble? But there are obviously live versions with Bill out there. Is
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2 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
QuoteTravelinMan Lots of good points here, Dandy, Taylor, etc. The thing is, they lost that great drum sound on this record. No Jimmy Miller, unless you count Short & Curlies which is one of the better songs sonically. It lacks everything else unfortunately. Fingerprint File sounds pretty good and was mixed by Glyn Johns. Overall, the drums on this record sound anemic, even for the 70’s
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2 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
I always thought it sounded great, esp. the mix on the title track. Sound-wise a step up from GHS, not as good as Black and Blue, perhaps their apex of mixing.
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2 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
The live versions they've done since they've revived it are not half bad.
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3 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
6 Degrees Of Kevin Bacon with Mick Jagger: Mick Jagger was in Freejack with Emilio Estevez, Who was in Young Guns With Keifer Southerland, Who was in Flatliners with Kevin Bacon.
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3 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
sheeesh tough crowd, I tell ya. I thought he came across as being humble and passionate about the music.
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3 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Fred Garvin, male prostitute.
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3 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
This skit from when Adam Driver hosted a couple of years ago is one of the funniest things they've ever done, IMO:
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3 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Too many to choose from. Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer is one of my favorites.
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3 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
I feel like SMU is the kind of song that only seasoned veterans can make. You can't just start out sounding like that. Nice Bacon interview.
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3 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
It's not a good movie by most metrics, but it has some interesting stuff in it that's worth seeing from time to time. It can give you a visceral experience of what it's like being on the road. The first time I watched it, which is probably the only time I've seen it all the way through, I remember just being sick and tired of watching them carrying on. That's probabl
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