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***1 year ***ago
Erik_Snow
Quoteslewan I usually vote for the rarest song but I just don't like 'Worried about you'… It's a bit like "Fool To Cry", isn't it? It's not hate, at all, it's just....a waiting game, and one doesn't really know what to wait for anymore, and one isn't expecting any magical solo or anything.
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Erik_Snow
QuoteRobertJohnson Yes, a little problem. In 89 it sounded great. Ronnie's solos had a great impact. Nowadays he butchers the solos every time (also on TD). Why? I'd reckon he must be even more tired of that song than (some of) us are. We only have to stand there and listen while he actually have to PLAY it. If there will be a next world tour, I wouldn't be surprised if he�
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Erik_Snow
Quotebitusa2012 I think it sounds sluggish and slow because, live, it’s too FULL. On record you really only hear one guitar, bass, drums, hand claps and Jagger. It’s open, it breathes. On stage it’s just TOO instrumented. Too much going on. Bogs down. Agree with this. It's a bit of the same, then again: not the same, with Miss You. It's not the amount of instruments with Miss You,
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***1 year ***ago
Erik_Snow
Yes, Keith was really great in 1989-1990. So was Bill. But Rolling Stones is more than what each members alone does.
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***1 year ***ago
Erik_Snow
QuoteTaylor1 [...] Atlantic City 1989 and Tokyo 1990 are just as great.And try removing Bill's bass from El Mocambo and you can see he was essential to their best performances That's your opinion, I don't care for the sound or the fully "perfected" performances of 1989/1990 anymore, even though it was great seeing them live back then. But the slick
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***1 year ***ago
Erik_Snow
QuoteTaylor1 Those are all peaks but the best shows from 1972 [....] I didn't include Ladies & Gentlemen, great as it is, because of the muddy soundquality. And, because there were far better shows in July 1972, than in June. Besides, the quality of the official L&G is not even as good as some of the bootlegs we allready had.
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***1 year ***ago
Erik_Snow
And since the playing is so excellent, I won't complain about the added echo or anything, I'm just amazed.
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***1 year ***ago
Erik_Snow
What a truely fantastic release this is. Together with Brussels, GYYYO and LA Friday, it shows the band in it's peak. But imagine this El Mocambo show without Bill Wyman....it would be a much poorer affair. He was realy in his prime in the late 70s and early 80s.
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***1 year ***ago
Erik_Snow
Quotegotdablouse QuoteErik_Snow Reel Stone's 10th username "NEW bootleg release....made by me" 10th ? I've only got 6 ;-) You might be right, I've lost track of reincarnations long time ago.....
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***1 year ***ago
Erik_Snow
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quoteexilestones Which non-Rolling Stones albums did Mick Taylor work with other Rolling Stones members? QuoteDandelionPowderman There are many more. Check out some of the 80s Dylan-albums, for instance (Shot of Love, Empire Burlesque). Thanks for the information. What other Rolling Stones members played with Mick Taylor on Shot of Love & Empire Burlesq
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***1 year ***ago
Erik_Snow
Reel Stone's 10th username "NEW bootleg release....made by me"
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***1 year ***ago
Erik_Snow
No problem here either, though I do have the book as well
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Erik_Snow
QuoteCaptainAcid Quoteretired_dog QuoteRight Shoe Shuffle Thanks. Great cover photo. Bob looks possessed. ...a friendlier metaphor for "stoned outta his mind"... I think it is consensus among Zimmy`s fans that he was mostly drunk on that tour, but you never know, there might be something else in the mix, Bob is a mystery His bloated face that year, is something one simply can
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2 ***years ***ago
Erik_Snow
No soundboard. There is only one source for this show.
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2 ***years ***ago
Erik_Snow
QuoteBig Al There are no 1967 recordings on the Got Live If You Want It album. It consists of recorded performances, culled from their 1966 tour of the U.K.; the last home-soil tour that Brian participated in, of course. Now, that tour featured the legendary Beck and Page Yardbirds line-up in support; alongside Ike and Tina, of course. How glorious and fantastic it'd be to hear a full record
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2 ***years ***ago
Erik_Snow
The definite best Under My Thumb, IMO, is Altamont 1969. Even the November 1969 versions comes to short compared to Altamont. But it was a great choice for opening the 1981/1982 concerts - unexpected and great. Meanwhile I'm not comparing with the 1966-1982 "Under My Thumbs" - it was surprisingly good in the early stages of the Bridges To Babylon tour.
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2 ***years ***ago
Erik_Snow
The first one that came to mind is "Elvis In Memphis" that Rockman posted the cover of. Regarding Sticky Fingers and Let It Bleed; they're close, but no cigar, due to a couple of tracks; Sister Morphine, You Gotta Move, Country Honk and You Got Silver. Great tracks, but no hit-potential, I'd say.
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2 ***years ***ago
Erik_Snow
Quotedaniel t I don't know WHEN he stopped being allowed to sing background vocals, but this is definitely WHY... Jeez; I'd forgotten about that one. Makes Keith and Ron on Jumpin Jack Flash in 1981/1982 sound like a church-choir in comparision
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2 ***years ***ago
Erik_Snow
Fingerprint File is also from Toronto. And If You Can't Rock Me/GOOC comes from the last show in London 1976. SFTD is Los Angeles 1975.
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2 ***years ***ago
Erik_Snow
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quote5strings QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteChristiaan It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll of Love You Live must also be from El Mocambo! ? Yes it's sounds like... No. Come on, Dandelion, it's gotta be Paris 1976 - it's says so on the Love You Live art. Now, Rip This Joint is more difficult to place. It's either from Still Life, or it's from Live Licks.
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2 ***years ***ago
Erik_Snow
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2 ***years ***ago
Erik_Snow
QuoteDoxa QuoteRockman Lennon would do anything for her .... She influenced his life so much .... Yoko was the best thing that happened to John artistically. He left the pop group and started making more interesting, mature stuff. - Doxa You have a point there, I do also appreciate John Lennon's solo outputs a lot, but I rarely listen to the Beatles.
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2 ***years ***ago
Erik_Snow
Aha, yes it is great, that's true
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Erik_Snow
QuoteLeonidP I always liked '81 Hampton! That was a great boot to get at the time, I still have it, 3x LP! If it's me you're referring to; I was only speaking of "She's So Cold" there
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2 ***years ***ago
Erik_Snow
QuotePaul Kersey The version on the Let's Spend The Night Together movie is outstanding. I really like the KBFH version from Largo too. Even though it's speeded up even further & edited and all, I really agree. When I got the Hampton broadcast on VHS (!) it was a disappointment in comparision, Ah, those were the days..
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2 ***years ***ago
Erik_Snow
Like dcba wrote, I also love the 1975 version (apart from the one in the "video-show". They're insane. But if I had to pick just one version, it would stilll be 1st show in Brussels 1973.
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2 ***years ***ago
Erik_Snow
No, never But a funny thing about my neighbour....he was a sea-man; he spent his life doing this and that, untill he finally became a captain. But in 1966 . he was in Honolulu; and drink as a skunk, they all went to the concert "nearby".....
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2 ***years ***ago
Erik_Snow
QuoteQuique-stone Thank you Gonzalo! Did you like it? What do you think about the mix? And the guitars? Verdict?
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2 ***years ***ago
Erik_Snow
Quote24FPS QuoteTaylor1 The reality is for the general public the only irreplaceable Stone is Jagger.Had Keith left in 1977 or Wood in 1981say, you could have sold to the general public that it was still The Rolling Stones.People would have still gone to see their shows with an Eric Clapton or Mick Taylor as a replacement.Although losing Keith would have been an irreplaceable loss of creativity.
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