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23 ***days ***ago
mickschix
I would have to say of my 40 Stones concerts the best ones were August 8, 1975, Rich Stadium, Buffalo...99,000 fans with a stripped down stage because the show was a last minute add-on and all 3 No Security shows in Philly 1999. But, needless to say, any Stones show is 1000 times better than any other concert!
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28 ***days ***ago
mickschix
Obviously this post was intending to attract attention...please VOID this thread!
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4 ***weeks ***ago
mickschix
Bam, that was very perceptive...the comparison of Mick to Tony Bennett. ( You do know that our discussing Mick's singing is pissing off a few folks who hate that we " veered off topic!" LOL!! ) Mick can still sing and when he concentrates on his delivery the results are enough to bring a tear to your eye...case in point, resent versions of Wild Horses, as I said earlier. I think he
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4 ***weeks ***ago
mickschix
Mathiys, I doubt that the majority would think that Mick's singing is awful...I've just listened to a version of " Wild Horses" from about a week ago and it was one of the best live versions that I've heard to date. And in my opinion, " Sad, Sad, Sad " is just an awful song...I have no idea why it's included in the set list...except that they want to sell t
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5 ***weeks ***ago
mickschix
Aside from Keith's totally out of tune lead in " Sad, Sad, Sad, " I thought they did a really good job on that song....which is not one of my favorites but still...it was over-all not a great set list from my perspective...don't love " Far Away Eyes"...still great to hear the Stones sounding so ALIVE & STRONG!
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Words can't do justice to the essence of Mick Jagger. All of the accolades, all of the superlatives don't come close to describing him. How do you summarize this kind of phenomenon? Certainly there has never been nor will there ever be another like him. Personally I owe him a huge debt of gratitude for enriching my life in hundreds of ways. I often try to imagine what my life would have
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
I get a real kick out of those criticizing their colorful clothes...what would you prefer they wear...just jeans and a sloppy t-shirt? Why would anyone bother to make such an insipid comment? I guess they're forgetting that not everyone has a great seat and the Stones try to be SEEN by those way back as well as those lucky enough to be in the front...why did I even bother to reply to this??
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
I agree with you 100%, THE WORST! Jagger is the glue, he is the most disciplined man on the planet. No Mick, no Stones...such an obvious thing to say...he has applied himself, every single day, to maintaining his health, he stays in shape through a lot of hard work...that's why I'm not in agreement with those who say the Stones were LUCKY...yeah, they were LUCKY to have Mick as their fr
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
First of all, I don't see Mick as a 78 year old man up on that stage....and THAT is one big reason the Stones have survived. When he " moves like Jagger", that is Mick being Mick, not attempting to look 28...if he didn't skip and move about the way he does, there would be those who would say " he's LOST IT, he's feeling his oats!". He naturally pulls it off
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Howard played " Let It Loose" as background music during the interview or after? That's my all-time favorite Stones song ( Along with Wild Horses) What did Mick say about why they never play it? I can guess....degree of difficulty.
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
I hope Stern is respectful. Will he talk about L'Wren and her suicide? There are some very delicate topics that will be very off-putting for Mick...and will he talk about some of Keith's comments in " LIFE"? If he goes there, Mick will shut him down. That will determine the tone of the interview. It will be interesting to see what Mick says about how the band is reacting to Ch
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
I really don't like it at all. Way too busy...the letters are so crammed together, it's hard to read. My eyes don't know where to look! Just my opinion..
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
As a Die-Hard " fan" for over 56 years, one of my favorite parts of the show was their final bow which I've photographed dozens of times...I've crawled over people and climbed on chairs to get the right shot...and seeing that photo of Mick, Keith & Ronnie bowing made me sob...like a dagger to my heart...piercing. Honestly, if I were going to one of these concerets, I think
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
I really like this! Upbeat & bouncy!! Makes me want to dance!
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Even if the Stones COULD have attended the funeral, they would NOT have been allowed to return to the States in time to rehearse properly and start the tour on time due to Covid restrictions. Anyone who thinks that Mick, Keith & Ronnie did not WANT to attend are just plain misinformed. They are planning their own UK ceremony to honor Charlie once this tour is over. I still can't believe
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Topi, here's what you sent to me:
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
OK, Topi, I do recall hearing that as intro music..1972 was my very FIRST Stones concert. So it was their 1975 tour that had Copeland's " Fanfare For The Common Man" playing before they took the stage...ah, yes, the good ole days.. And Topi, you DID send me a link to a video..www.timeisonourside.com which I couldn't open. Go back & check your previous post.
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Topi, thanks for trying to show me the video but when I clicked on the link it said " Video unavailable".. I replied to you in a post that said I was wrong, it was never an opening tune. As I said, it must have been a dream....but I did see it performed during the Steel Wheels Tour in 1989. A bit of a risky number for the Stones but I'd love to see more risk-taking on their part!
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
I was also thrilled to see Novak LOSE in the finals to Medvedev! Although I think he will be a force for some years to come, it was refreshing to see a new face win a major tournament. As for Nadal, he will be BACK! He is recovering from foot surgery but with his determination, I expect to see him in tournaments next year..I never get tired of him. Djokovic was bragging about his superior mental
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
I found it, Topi, all set. And thanks, BV!
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
I'll try to find out, Topi, but I thought I recalled hearing it as an opener! OK, I was wrong, it was never an opener..( 2000 Light Years From Home). I did the research...yes, they played it during the Steel Wheels Tour, 1989-1990, but mid-set. I must have been dreaming that it was once their opening tune...it's tough getting older! I saw a video of the Stones playing it LIVE and I th
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Topi, was the set list thread deleted? I can't find it...can you post your reply here? Thanks!
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
I'm thrilled for Emma & for women's tennis. She gave the game a much needed shot in the arm! She is also so well-spoken...it's refreshing to hear young, articulate tennis players taking over the game. She is no fluke!! She has a well-rounded, all court game. I am looking forward to seeing her in the years ahead.
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
So, Gazza, the " left field suggestions" are the " deep cuts"...the rare gem that are added to the set list? Where does the resistance to adding more of these gems come from? Is it because Keith might have difficulty performing certain songs because of his arthritis? Many of the songs I'd love to hear are 4 chord wonders from the 60's...not hard to master...like &quo
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Chuck Leavell has SOME input regarding the set list but don't lay all the blame at his feet..he is a very talented, versatile musician and would have no problem playing deeper cuts .Mick, Keith & Ronnie must have some input on the songs that go on the set list each night. It's a matter of satisfying what they imagine fans, other than us hard-core guys, need to hear...they sadly play
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Dcarey, I always wondered why they rehearse 75-100 songs and yet play the very same songs each show....they're down to 21 songs now and about 2 hours & 15 minutes, varying one song on the B-stage and maybe one from the main set list..once in awhile Keith will change one from his 2-song mini-set...I understand the need to play warhorses for the folks who are seeing them for the first time
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
I'm not convinced that the band is experiencing any joy at this time...I think the promoters and insurance companies have them in a very nasty position right now...to think Mick, Keith & Ronnie are really looking forward to this tour is unimaginable...it is something they are forced to do or perhaps lose future tour insurance...I don't know if any of this is true but I'm thinki
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2 ***months ***ago
mickschix
For some reason, this article really hit me hard...it seemed to bring Charlie to life in ways that most other articles & tributes do not...his life off-stage that he shared with Tim and Bernard was something so special to them because Charlie was such an extraordinary human being. I wonder when I'll be able to read tributes like this one and not cry.
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3 ***months ***ago
mickschix
The Yardbirds ( new version) cancelled their tour" to protect their band members from Covid"....
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3 ***months ***ago
mickschix
Charlie Robert Watts, your life has enriched mine in ways I can't begin to describe. All of my very best memories are Rolling Stone memories...your passing is not like the passing of other musicians...this is a much deeper hurt. It feels like I was dropped down into a black hole...a hole that no one can fill, after all, there will only be ONE Charlie Watts. There's a video playing in my
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