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6 ***years ***ago
rootsman
QuoteDandelionPowderman A lovely album, filled with great songs – but with a couple of trippy adventures that don't really lead anyhere. That's a more accurate description, imo. Great songs: Sing This All Together Citadel In Another Land 2000 Man She's A Rainbow The Lantern 2000 Light Years From Home Gomper A bit over the top-songs: Sing This All Together (See
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6 ***years ***ago
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Quoteash 1963 is ok though he does say that at the Saturday Club session Brian, Charlie and Bill back Bo Diddley on 5 tracks and then lists only 4. The 4 listed are accurate and there were only 4. I'd really like to know if Brian was on those. I'm sure I read somewhere that he didn't turn up to the session but it was the same day as the Stones one and it's hard to imagine h
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6 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Good and funny at the same time!
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6 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Patti Smith on Saturday (19 August) in Ystad - Wallander territory... She was friends with Hennig Mankell, and asked to play Ystad! Small town and small outdoor Folkpark gig.
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6 ***years ***ago
rootsman
QuoteCristiano Radtke From Amazon UK description: "TV and radio history as it happened. Official history of the Stones through their TV and radio broadcasts throughout the sixties, tying into an album of previously unreleased radio and TV recordings, and a BBC documentary". ><
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6 ***years ***ago
rootsman
QuoteMonsoon Ragoon QuoteVideoJames Also missing from the list is "Cracking Up". I have a master tape of tracks from their Radio Lux 1st stereo broadcast which I will offer them if they do a Vol 2, all the tracks are live including a great version of "Reelin' And Rocking. When is Vol 1 being released? The stuff Zentgraf lists under 640318B? Would be a sensation. Indeed!!
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6 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Blockflöjt (Swedish) is pronounced just like it´s spelled!
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
QuoteHound Dog Do people really still buy Cds? Yes.
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Hmm... I wonder from where Hoffman got the info that Hillside Blues had the working title Red House... Red House exists in the Abkco files (on paper), and was supposedly recorded in October/November 1970 sessions.
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Thank you, kindly!
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Thanks, Jan! You can add one more known copy: I have the one with the b-side matrix 45-ZXDR-34769-T1-1K.
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Quotealexander paul Of these tracks only MLH and 19NB are new? Yes.
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Thanks for all info!
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
On a quick listen, Sometimes Happy and Have You seen Your Mother are the same as available before on boots (?), while Mother´s Little Helper and 19th Nervous are new.
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quoterootsman Interesting! I haven´t had time to listen to all of these yet... Are there any more studio tracks apart from Mother´s Little Helper, 19th Nervous Breakdown and Sometimes Happy, Sometimes Blue (Dandilion)? Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby (Standing In The Shadow) Thanks!
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Interesting! I haven´t had time to listen to all of these yet... Are there any more studio tracks apart from Mother´s Little Helper, 19th Nervous Breakdown and Sometimes Happy, Sometimes Blue (Dandilion)?
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
New Musical Express reviewing Aftermath, April 8, 1966: "UNDER MY THUMB, another very commercial track which has Brian Jones on marimbas and Keith Richard dubbing over an extra bass with fuzz box. An hypnotic tempo sustains throughout." No other mentions of Keith on bass on the rest of the tracks, nor in their review of Between The Buttons, January 14, 1967.
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Amazing!!
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
QuoteDandelionPowderman TSMR sounds awesome in mono, imo. Is this the real mono mix, or a fold-down? I would have thought Keith's guitar would disappear a little on Citadel, if it's a fold-down, but it sounds great. True mono. 3 times bells on the intro to The Lantern, compared to 2 times on the fold-down (and stereo).
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
QuoteLil' Brian Not Brian.
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
QuotePalace Revolution 2000 But there is another version. With two guitars. We had a discussion about this years ago. About who would be playing the harp; if it was Jagger. Yes, on the BBC version Mick (most likely) is playing harmonica, with Brian and Keith on guitars. Not nearly as great harmonica as on the studio recording...
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Quotetioms Hi rootsman, I'm speaking of "" GOT LIVE IF YOU WANT IT"" DECCA, never seen this with this titel in MONO. You refer to ""HAVE YOU SEEN YOUR MOTHER LIVE!"" I already have this one in MONO DECCA LK 4838. OK, sorry.
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Quotetioms Hi, Is there a mono "GOT LIVE IF YOU WANT IT" DECCA? Never heard of it. Greets, Yes, though RARE:
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Quotebillwebster I#ve got a question about Taylor's studio work for other artists: Mick Taylor played on the album "John McVie's Gotta Band with Lola Thomas" by the somewhat clumsily named group of the Fleetwood Mac bassist which featured the lead vocals of singer Lola Thomas. Does anyone of you know how large a role did he have in the recordings and to which of the song
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
QuoteTeddyB1018 To offer an alternate point of view (or hearing), Mick's voice being lower in the mix makes it sound more like the classic Stones to me. His voice has been over mixed for years. That's not a dis of Mick.
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
QuotebvI am mentioning this to those over 90 years old, it is so easy to forget you know, to those who were parents when Brian Jones was on stage... Sorry, but what this mean?
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8 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Suf**ckingperb! The first LP I ever bought, at the age of eleven, just before Christmas 1966 - couldn´t wait and risk not getting it as a Christmas present...
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8 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Superb track, of course! I wish they had released the version with organ and pedal steel on the Sticky Fingers bonus disc.
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