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***1 year ***ago
cimaz
Sloppy. IMO one of the worst songs on IORR. Reminds me of some tracks on Bowie Young Americans. Different thant the usual Stones style songs I love Fingerprint file and Time waits for no one. Lyricswise one of the best songs they have ever written.
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***1 year ***ago
cimaz
QuoteGasLightStreet Sounds fine to me. It is what it is. The Virgin reissue sounds great. There's no telling for why it sounds flat etc. It's just what they did. Agree. The Virgin remasters rank among the best among the various releasesof their discography. That's very true for IORR or EOMS.
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***1 year ***ago
cimaz
QuoteHouseBoyKnows Agree on Paris 3 2017. I reported at the time it was "ramshackle fun". Still, I think the best versions were during the later dates of the 1981 tour. HBK Absolutely. I was in FOS and great memories of this version. They were on.
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***1 year ***ago
cimaz
Quoteslewan QuoteDandelionPowderman Hot Stuff 10/10 Hand Of Fate 8/10 Cherry Oh Baby 7/10 Memory Motel 10/10 Hey Negrita 8/10 Melody 10/10 Fool To Cry 10/10 Crazy Mama 5/10 I completely agree with you – if you deduct 5 points for each an every song… Agree with you. Musically and on stage 1976 isn't their best year.
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***1 year ***ago
cimaz
Who cares. Great cover picture but average album. Some very good songs though such as Hand of fate or Memory motel. Sticky Fingers 50th release birthday is much more significant.
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***1 year ***ago
cimaz
Interesting thread. From what I heard or saw on stage during the last 40 years : Iggy Pop (1988) Nick Cave (1994) David Bowie (1983 and 2002 and 2003) The Pogues (1986 and 1988) Mano Negra (french group with their heydays from 1989 to 1991) The Cramps (1986) Stevie Ray Vaughan (1988) The Lords of the New Church (1984) Johnny Thunders and the Heartbreakers (1984) Neil Young (2016)
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***1 year ***ago
cimaz
Quotebuffalo7478 Totally agree Mathis. Their last great, daring album, social/political commentary, sex...not sure why Jim Barber was or why is plays what is lasted as .main guitar' on Too Much Blood but Keith throws down some great riffs on most of the rest of the songs. Wanna Hold You, All The Way Down and Must Be Hell are great gems. True story: I moved to Buffalo at the end of 1983
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***1 year ***ago
cimaz
Agree. The nineties and after 2000 versions are rather disappointing to listen to.
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***1 year ***ago
cimaz
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotecimaz Nothing tops the original studio version and the London and Birmingham versions for the 73 european tour.I like the funky bridge by Taylor. Also the introduction on the LA show (10 july) during the 1975 US Tour. The funky bridge by Taylor? Taylor is playing licks off of Keith's funky riff. Thanks. I thought it was more Taylor than Richards on this
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***1 year ***ago
cimaz
Nothing tops the original studio version and the London and Birmingham versions for the 73 european tour.I like the funky bridge by Taylor. Also the introduction on the LA show (10 july) during the 1975 US Tour.
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***1 year ***ago
cimaz
QuoteGasLightStreet Quotecimaz The worst Stones album cover ever. Not a good Stones song on it but She was hot. Dirty work seems great compared to it. Definitely the 80s are not artistically their best era before their 89/90 comeback. Jagger and Richards solo works were also not their best production. It's a great album cover, especially considering what the next one was. And! It does ha
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***1 year ***ago
cimaz
I disagree. At least Dirty work has a few good songs such as the title song, One hit to the body, Harlem Shuffle, Had it with you and Sleep tonight. You can make a great EP with these songs.
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***1 year ***ago
cimaz
The worst Stones album cover ever. Not a good Stones song on it but She was hot. Dirty work seems great compared to it. Definitely the 80s are not artistically their best era before their 89/90 comeback. Jagger and Richards solo works were also not their best production.
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***1 year ***ago
cimaz
Their legacy regarding songs will be limited to the first 10 years if you consider that their golden era ended with Exile on main street and to the first 20 years if you think it was with Tattoo you. Blue and lonesome is a good cover release. Too bad it took them so long to record it. Their legacy will rely more on their longevity on stage. Last time I saw them in Paris in 2017 I was really
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***1 year ***ago
cimaz
I hope they will release it on CD.
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***1 year ***ago
cimaz
Boston Orpheum (Pignose records but limited to 100 copies) Wiltern Theater LA Club shows wre really interesting for the setlists on this tour. They deserve an official release like Stripped. If you extend to 2003 NY MSG (18/01) Stockholm Circus Sydney Enmore Theater Tokyo Budokan Munich Cirkus Krone (available as a soundboard)
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2 ***years ***ago
cimaz
In 1975 and 1976 the Stones went into some kind of useless Barnum on stage. Even if some shows of this era (NY and LA but not all of them) are still a pleasure to listen to. After The 1973 european Tour you had to wait until the 1978 US tour before they went back to something shorter, raw and essential.
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2 ***years ***ago
cimaz
Interesting thread. Agree partly with the analysis. In 1969 and 1972 the US tours went better and better after rather sloppy beginnings. 1973 european tour is a mixed bag with the british shows being very good (London 8 and Birmingham 1st particularly) and the end of the tour among their best ever (Brussels 1st of course). I partly disagree with the LA shows. 9 and 13 July are both great sho
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2 ***years ***ago
cimaz
His live album "live it up" (1982) is among the very best of any NY Dolls band members. Only the Heartbreakers "DTK" and "Live at Max's Kansas City" come close.
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2 ***years ***ago
cimaz
There's also a forthcoming release from Mayflower but more expensive than the digipack.
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2 ***years ***ago
cimaz
I bought one on eBay this morning for around 45 € excluding shipping cost.
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2 ***years ***ago
cimaz
I also bought one on eBay for the same price. Seller is located in Italy and has very good ratings.
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2 ***years ***ago
cimaz
You can get it for free on You Tube
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2 ***years ***ago
cimaz
Hi folks, It's all on You Tube Enjoy it ! Alain
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2 ***years ***ago
cimaz
Hello, Yes I already bought some CDs and I'm rather satisfied with them. I would advise you to buy : 78 tour : Roxy (LA), Fox Theatre (Atlanta), Capitol Theatre (NY) 19 and 20/09 (with a special mention for the later mixed by Bob Clearmountain), Winterland (16/12) 80 : Nassau Coliseum (29 and 31/12) 81 : Wembley Arena 88 : Stockholm (great show and execellent production).
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2 ***years ***ago
cimaz
Always thought that Hampton 1981 has been overrated compared to other performances of the US tour such as Phoenix a few days before. Compared to Hampton Leeds is more punchy. Even if the 1982 european was the very first time I saw the Rolling Stones live it's not my favourite time in the band touring history. Set list was always the same in both tours. Yes it was energetic, professionn
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2 ***years ***ago
cimaz
Gimme Shelter Heartbraker Sympathy for the devil Jumping Jack Flash Shine a light
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2 ***years ***ago
cimaz
Very interesting documentary. Not a eulogy of Brian Jones. It depicts him with his assets in music and his weaknesses as a person.
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2 ***years ***ago
cimaz
He played also a small part as a drug dealer in Easy Rider movie.
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2 ***years ***ago
cimaz
Some of his masterworks with the Beatles such as Let it be haven't aged so well. They sound overproduced. Instant Karma sounds great though. As a character Spector was rather unpleasant but as a producer he was talented in the sixties.
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