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Father Ted
QuoteDonnebr Hello I am thinking of upgrading from an SL 230 to the SL 1200 MkII turn table. I was reading some web reviews. Is this player as good as they say. The guy is looking $400 for it & it looks in decent shape. Figured I would ask on here as I know there is some tech savvy people on iorr. Thanks I would check where it's been used. If it's been hammered in a club ove
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Father Ted
QuoteIrix QuoteManofwealthandtaste Glastonbury Festival has been cancelled for a second year Maybe time now for the Stones to official release their 2013 Glastonbury performance .... An excellent idea!
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The other quick wins would be the band's appearances at the Glastonbury and Isle of Wight festivals.
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QuoteGasLightStreet I can't remember... something from 1976 would be good, is it planned? Or just hoped for. It would be good because of the two TATTOO YOU tour shows, HAMPTON and LEEDS. That's fantastic, to hear the differences. Perhaps they'll release an URBAN JUNGLE show - that would be fantastic. There's two from the BRIDGES tour. Maybe another SOME GIRLS t
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Father Ted
Quotesaltoftheearth Europe 1970 - Why is there no live album? Do you think there are no sounboards available, or why is this great tour completely neglected? Maybe there are no usable sources available?
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Father Ted
Our best bet for further shows from the classic era is 1976. It's the only touring year that has confirmed but unreleased footage. Has anyone ever personally seen non-public domain, pro-shot live footage from any other tours in the 1970s?
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QuoteTaylor1 Quotekovach QuoteTaylor1 It’s really ridiculous that there is no great audio or video from the 1972 American tour.Not going to say that it was the Stones peak, but it was an incredible tour,Truman Capote and Princess Radvill not withstanding. Ladies and Gentlemen video and audio is decent.IMO ,it is pretty lifeless and the sound is muffled.Philadelphia shows aren’t very good sound
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***1 year ***ago
Father Ted
Ah lists, the bread and butter of music journos.
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Father Ted
Does the Taschen book contain unseen photos?
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Father Ted
Quotefloodonthepage Totally Rewound? Rewired/Refired?
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***1 year ***ago
Father Ted
Almost as bad as the trainwreck that is She's So Cold from London in 1982
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Father Ted
"Honolulu, Melbourne, Perth or Sydney" - these shows would be a great tour box set.
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Father Ted
Will we see a "Poms in Oz '73" product in our lifetimes?? Two live shows plus a DVD with the extant live footage and promo interviews would be cracking.
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Father Ted
QuoteHTD While I always look at these stupid things -- effective clickbait -- I don't put any stock in them. They're designed to provoke an emotional response -- usually a disagreement -- and get you to keep clicking. This is the website that apparently has no idea that two of the tracks on "Got Live If You Want It" were studio recordings mixed with audience noise, at l
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Father Ted
Not very private any more! All the IORR stalkers will be booking flights asap
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Father Ted
QuoteBig Al Regarding The Beach Boys and them possibly being the greatest American band: am I the only one who prefers their songs about cars, girls and surfing? The bulk of Pet Sounds doesn't do it for me, and I only like their late-60's singles thereafter: Good Vibrations, Darlin', Do it Again, etc. I with you on this. Dance, Dance, Dance has some of the most amazing harmonies
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Father Ted
Quotenonfilter I’ve always found Torn and Frayed interesting. It sort of changes keys every other line. From memory, it goes something like D>>A>>E>D A>>G>>D G>>D>>G for the "and you'll sing your heart away" part
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Father Ted
First CD was Very Ancient, Thank You Kindly. I bought that at a record fair in Cornwall in the mid 90s. Moved to London a couple of years later and bought a load of VHS tapes from a guy who had a stall on the indoor part of Camden Market. The quality was shite but I was seeing the full legendary footage instead of the teaser clips on 25x5. I kept my bootleg thirst slaked with regular visits t
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Father Ted
QuoteMarthijn Let's hope they also release Video-Rewind again. They could put it up for streaming.
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Father Ted
Pfizer News Release 18/11/20 Wednesday, November 18, 2020 - 06:59am Primary efficacy analysis demonstrates BNT162b2 to be 95% effective against COVID-19 beginning 28 days after the first dose;170 confirmed cases of COVID-19 were evaluated, with 162 observed in the placebo group versus 8 in the vaccine group Efficacy was consistent across age, gender, race and ethnicity demographics; observed
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Father Ted
Quoteyorkshirestone I work nationally for the NHS in England - the scale of the vaccination plans here is staggering, looking to have 120,000 vaccinators recruited or redeployed and ready to vaccinate in early 2021. Also interesting the cost of these things. Pfizer and Moderna about 20gbp per dose, Oxford/Zeneca is 3gbp. England wise NHS is obviously free at the point of access but though
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Quotespikenyc QuoteDiamondDog7 Quoteexilestones Keith Richards with Italian-born German actress Anita Pallenberg at the Kilburn State Gaumont Theatre, London for one of the final concerts by the Faces, 23rd December 1974. Photo by Graham Wiltshire I saw this photo many times before and I'm still horrified how Keith and Anita were looking during this shot. Scary faces... Heroin Chi
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Father Ted
Quoteatsu69 QuoteHonestman Got my package today. Evrything's ok with it, no warped vinyls my side which is the good news, but I could confirm that there is a bug on the CD for Whip It Up, Am I the only one to notice it, I'm amazed no one has mentionned it. Will they do a replacemnt CD for it like they did for Think I'm Going Mad years ago is another thing... Sure, I posted ab
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Father Ted
When I look back at all the albums and all the songs since Tattoo You, there are precious few tracks that make it into the live shows, much less become warhorses. Their entire setlist is dominated by 1960s and 70s hits. My point is - Is it worth the effort now to produce a new album when the likelihood is that only one new song will be played live, sporadically, on the next tour before disap
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Father Ted
Man, £200 for a not-very deluxe box set.
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Father Ted
Personally, I'd have preferred it if they released it as a Japan-only strictly limited box set in a hand-carved mahogany box inlaid with ivory.
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Father Ted
I'd love to see a randomly-generated 20 song setlist.
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Father Ted
Spend your waking hours posting excretory lists on fan forums. Top tip: when asked for your Top 3 Songs for example, as a superfan, you should disregard the question and proceed to list your Top 100 along with lengthy supporting paragraphs justifying your choices.
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Father Ted
QuoteDoxa QuoteElmo Lewis The Hampton release has made it kinda unnecessary ..... We sure enjoyed reliving the concert in the summer of 82 though. Faves are UMT, 20 Flight, and TIOMS. Yeah, kinda... but the thrilling opening of STILL LIFE - you know, a little snippet of Ellington tune, then a sudden burst of audience noise, the introduction and the majestic opening riff of "Under My
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Father Ted
No one wants random weirdos turning up at your house with expectations of casual chat about your career. It's all very Mark Chapman.
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