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3 ***days ***ago
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A Dirty Work deluxe would be an enormous challenge! A lot of studio time Mick was not available, working on solo projects. So it would be some sort of Dirty Barbarians kind of issue.
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7 ***days ***ago
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Love and light to the Department of Historical Accuracy Roses, if you ain't got none ------'-,---@ Love, sister, it's just a kiss away Full of fond memories. The one poster that I regularly did search for on iorr.org, afraid of missing one of her clever posts. She'll be missed, but always in my heart. Gold rings on you, Sister Sssoul Burning incense all eveni
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotebobo Agree with most of this, but never leave Tumbling Dice out of a setlist. The way it was played in NYC at the club gig was really really great. My worst fear is that we all think they start playing Tumbling Dice, but it appears to be Driving Me Too Hard....
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3 ***months ***ago
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Happy celebration of the 80th birthday of Rock 'n Rolls greatest baby, y'all!
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5 ***months ***ago
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With all respect to Ronnies contributions, I am convinced that the solo on Driving me too hard is from Keith. Or wasn't it suggested that Ron did the solo? The solo reminds me strongly of Slipping Away.
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5 ***months ***ago
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What made The Stones my favorite band, is that they combined so many different styles of music. And exactly that is what makes Hackney Diamonds such a great record!
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5 ***months ***ago
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Would they consider Chanel Haynes as a back up singer if they tour again? It would be a nice gesture after she was fired from the Tina musical because of her appearance with The Stones in Milan.
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5 ***months ***ago
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video: From 4 Flicks
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5 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotematxil Quotestonesman87 I'm sure I wouldn't be the first person to think that Get Close has an element of Slave in it. ... I don't hear the resemblance to Slave at all. Yep, the drum groove Get Close needs more cowbell!!!
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6 ***months ***ago
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How about Saint of me as a gospel inspired song? I think Billy Preston (he went to church in Brussels?) is the first one to bring some gospel into the music, as he did on Shine a Light and Saint of me. And isn't Salt of the Earth also an example of the Stones flirting with gospel?
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7 ***months ***ago
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I'll wait for the album and think about it again in a couple of weeks.
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7 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman To record enough songs for two albums, like Ronnie said, is NOT the same as having a second album ready. Wrong interpretation And let's be thankful for that. We heard Mick say they wanted the album to be outstanding! From earlier outstanding albums that came with deluxe extras from the vault, I can honestly say, that I liked the songs that made it to the origina
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7 ***months ***ago
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Haha, don't get angry with them. I only think it is the formula that was used on recent videos. Have you watched Ride em on down, Living in the heart of love, Criss Cross? Is there even a need for videos these days, when even old chaps like me listen to Spotify?
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7 ***months ***ago
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It seemed to me it was planned to have 30 minutes of them on stage, but somehow there was not enough chemistry between the band and mr. Fallon to keep it interesting enough. The "Off the hook" singing and the poor impression of Mick showed mr. Fallon was somehow thinking this was HIS moment of glory. It is odd what the presence of The Greatest Rock 'n Roll Band In The World doe
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7 ***months ***ago
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Is there any chance they will put up those singles from the last decade on the album? Songs like Doom & Gloom and Living in a Ghost Town?
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7 ***months ***ago
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Perhaps they will introduce the new album in the Hackney Empire Theatre? There is room in the first weeks of september in their program. Program Hackney Empire
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8 ***months ***ago
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Frankly, I feel there were many turning points in the first 20 years that defined the "new" Stones. From basis Blues and RnR going on with Soul, R&B, Pop, then adopting influences from Dylan/Kinks and flower power. But yes, maybe Beggar's Banquet was the first album where they found their unpolished selves. It was an interesting ride to get there though.
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8 ***months ***ago
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Congratulations! Have a nice cellebration, everyone.
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10 ***months ***ago
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QuoteRnT In the reviews many complaints about the so called 'Dutch disease'. Lots of people hardly paying attention to the artist. Talking and boozing instead and thereby spoiling the concert for the people who DO want to listen to the music. Happened in the Arena as well though the sound there was so bad that it hardly mattered. Modern times I guess. I was there with my son, and all
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11 ***months ***ago
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***1 year ***ago
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I can't believe no one mentioned It's all over now.
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***1 year ***ago
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Ronnies solo on You can't always get what you want is another example of a terrible mixing.
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***1 year ***ago
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I loooove their performance of Parachute Woman at the Rock n Roll Circus.
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***1 year ***ago
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Quoteribbelchips Ziggo Dome Amsterdam. Waaaaaay better accoustics than the disaster called Amsterdam Arena. Yeah, never again that Arena for me. Let's give Paradiso another try. It worked out fine 30 odd years ago.
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***1 year ***ago
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Last saturday I visited the theater to watch the production "Sympathy for the devil" performed by Pip Lieke Lucas as Marianne Faithfull and Eva van der Post as Anita Pallenberg. (promotion site) They were accompanied by the band Stones Sessions. It was a very entertaining production, with great performances of well known and lesser known Stones songs to accompany the story (rangi
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet Do Stones fans throw their noses at old men's/petty morals? Well, I've had a romantic liason with a 13 year old girl once. (just to make sure: I was of the same age myself)
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***1 year ***ago
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Actually Chuck never did a version of Little Queenie that is better than the version on Get yer ya-ya's out! But nah, these uptempo versions of No Expectations do absolutely nothing for me. I've seen Mick Taylor doing the song with Bill Wyman's Rythm Kings. For those first bars I thought he had completely forgotten how the song goes, but then he picked it up nicely. I pr
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***1 year ***ago
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Basically Petty is paying hommage to all his influences. The Stones being one of them. The Heartbreakers are a fine coverband. It's a nice album, with no really outstanding performances. Mike's interpretation of Keith' wild solo on It's all over now shows us how great Keith really is.
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***1 year ***ago
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QuoteKRiffhard Is this the best live version? It doesn't get better than this. This is what The Rolling Stones is all about. Thanks for posting the link.
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***1 year ***ago
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Who's playing piano on Ronnies song? Nicky Hopkins or Ian Mclagan? First time I heard it, I thought it sounded like Stu.
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