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7 ***months ***ago
geoffc
They should hire with sssoul to review the scripts...
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***1 year ***ago
geoffc
I'm surprised that rollingstones.com isn't marketing a Covid-19 face mask decorated with the logo? I think they're missing a trick!
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3 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Unused Codes:- UK: 9dJfWzG3 Germany: 4LSW5kvK Warsaw: ANGIE
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4 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Mick is an educated man who was living in France at the time. If the lyric was 'Cannes', surely he would have pronounced it correctly as 'Can'.
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4 ***years ***ago
geoffc

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4 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Of course, but unfortunately I was rather drowned out by about a thousand teenage girls!
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4 ***years ***ago
geoffc
I was there! Happy days.
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5 ***years ***ago
geoffc
The Drifters
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5 ***years ***ago
geoffc
I know it's a sin to speak ill of the dead, but my worst concert by some distance was Prince at the Manchester GMEX in the 90s. It was during the period when he was in dispute with his record company, and had changed his name to a symbol. He didn't play a single song that we had ever heard before, and to make it worse, it was loud enough to make your ears bleed. We left before the end,
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5 ***years ***ago
geoffc
A clever poem about English pronounciations.......... I take it you already know Of tough and bough and cough and dough? Others may stumble, but not you On hiccough, thorough, slough, and through. Well don't! And now you wish, perhaps, To learn of less familiar traps. Beware of heard, a dreadful word That looks like beard but sounds like bird. And dead: it's said like bed, no
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5 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Perhaps Nash could persuade Alan Clarke out of retirement, and get The Hollies back together?
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5 ***years ***ago
geoffc
I don't know if this has been posted before, but I came across it on a Rose Morris / Shaftesbury guitars web site, They confidently assert that Bill is playing a Rickenbacker copy, made by Shaftesbury, in this picture taken in 1969 at Wembley Rehearsal Studios.
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6 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Apologies if this has been mentioned before, but I have just read this book by Mark Ellen, and it is an excellent read for anyone who grew up loving rock music in the 60s and 70s, nostalgic and funny. Not much Stones content, but plenty of other stuff. Sample quote: "there are two types of music fan, those who love Van Morrison, and those who have met him".
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6 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Great story
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6 ***years ***ago
geoffc
I have always wondered if there was originally a more complete sax solo, but it was later faded out after a few bars?
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6 ***years ***ago
geoffc
I was at the Manchester gig, and apart from it being a great concert, I clearly remember Brown Sugar and Bitch being introduced as new songs, and they were the only ones I hadn't heard before. Also, I remember Keith picking up an acoustic guitar, but it was so far out of tune that he put it down again, and they dropped whatever song that was going to be. Possibly that was going to be Wild Ho
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7 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Saw Ray on Sky Arts last night. He confirmed that he was talking to Dave about a tour, which sounds hopeful. The most surprising thing was his hair, which now appears to have turned orange! Not a good look.
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8 ***years ***ago
geoffc
I suspect it was Ry Cooder who 'came along'........... Another song related to HTW - Chris Rea's Stainsby Girls, which includes the first few bars of HTW.
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8 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Mick Fleetwood was on The One Show on BBC last week, plugging their tour. He said they had been asked to play at Glastonbury, and had turned it down.
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8 ***years ***ago
geoffc
A good band, but DC seems to have been greedy and controlling in the extreme - despite co-writing many of their hits, Mike Smith ended up dying a poor man, through no fault of his own.
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8 ***years ***ago
geoffc
In an interview in the Guardian, Ginger states: "If truth be known," he continues, "I was the Stones' first drummer. We used to do the interval for Alexis Korner with Mick Jagger, who was like Korner's protege, and Brian Jones. I got on very well with Brian, so we formed a band. Then Charlie left Alexis Korner so I could join, and I got Charlie into the Stones. But it
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8 ***years ***ago
geoffc
I was at this gig - Joe Jackson was one of the support acts (along with George Thorogood), and I remember he went to the front of the stage a took a photo of the crowd, saying 'this is the biggest audience I will ever play for'! A memorable afternoon.
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8 ***years ***ago
geoffc
An interesting interview on politics and music:-
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9 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Ringo, no contest. When NME readers voted him the best drummer in the world, Lennon commented that he wasn't even the best drummer in the Beatles. Jon Hiseman (noted jazz / rock drummer) remarked that Ringo must have bought a 'Teach Yourself to Play the Drums' book, mastered page 1, and left it that!
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9 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Yes, it is good. It's basically a film of his radio show, with Ronnie and a guest in a studio which is decked out with guitars and amps (which seem to be purely decorative), and it is edited down so that we get about 30 secs of each song that is broadcast, and then it's back to the chat, which is mostly reminiscing. The songs include one or two by Ronnie / Faces / Stones etc., one or tw
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9 ***years ***ago
geoffc
NME Poll Winners Concert, 12 May 1968, Associated Newspapers Archive
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9 ***years ***ago
geoffc
It's surprising to me that when I talk to young guys about bands I saw back in the day, they are generally far more impressed that I saw the Doors once, than the fact I 've seen the Stones several times.....
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9 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Another connection - Mick Avory played drums with the soon-to-be Rollin' Stones in 1962....
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9 ***years ***ago
geoffc
More about Ian Rankin & the Stones....
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9 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Quotewith sssoul the Rolling Stones are so educational! the lights of Marfa: but what town was he lost in? it's not "I was lost in the real" I'm pretty sure it's Del Rio, which according to Google maps, is east of Marfa on Route 90. I don't think Vista is right either, it sounds to me like Vinson, which is further east again in Oklahoma, but doesn't real
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