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8 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
QuoteMathijs QuoteDandelionPowderman After numerous spins I must say this is a fascinating leak. And the songs are actually growing on me - even the "three chord wonders". About Nobody's Perfect, after listening closely I have to agree that everything on this track is from 1985. And it's a band effort, with all members on it, including Charlie. However, Mick's MXR
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8 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Quoteyearsinthemaking ‘73 Brussels from Nasty Songs/Bedspring Symphony/KBFH hands down. The tempo is perfect. Mick Taylor’s guitar filler is his typical flawless and subtle. Keith’s opening guitar and his solo break (even the little feedback). The horn section never sounded better. Mick’s vocals are energetic and not sloppy life in ‘75. Keith also does the best job he ever did on backing vocals.
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8 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
I think there were some wasted opportunities in 82 for sure, but not in 82 though.
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8 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Re: Nobody's Perfect, the playing on it sounds like something from the Undercover sessions. The singing style and phrasing sounds like the Dirty Work era. All in all, it's not a bad song.
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Quotegotdablouse ...I remember a CD that had a much shorter version of "Still in Love", let's see...found it on dbboots, it was called "PROMOTIONAL RESCUE" with a weird "negative" cover of the B&B album. That's the one I was referring to. I heard it on one of the Place Pigalle collections.
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Quotepeoplewitheyes Still In Love! What a beautifull tune. Haunting piano/guitar motiff, Jaggs and Keef yelling raw into the mic. Who else loves this one? Anything else we know about it? Still in love has always been a fave outtake of mine. I prefer the earlier version, which is only a snipppit of around 30 seconds or so, and has only guitars and Mick singing in falsetto. This later
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
QuoteHairball Quoteryanpow Quote24FPS Quotejbwelda Saw them the next night in Sacramento. Don't know if this has been posted before but its pretty kool. jb What terrible U.S. management they must have had at the time. Fresno, of all places. The armpit of California. I spent a month there one week. Boredom does not cover the range of emotions lovely Fresno evokes. More like Fres-
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Yay!!
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
I find myself saying "this one took some time to grow on me" about songs a lot, but now that there's a thread about it nothing is coming to mind. WTF.
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Quote24FPS Quotejbwelda Saw them the next night in Sacramento. Don't know if this has been posted before but its pretty kool. jb What terrible U.S. management they must have had at the time. Fresno, of all places. The armpit of California. I spent a month there one week. Boredom does not cover the range of emotions lovely Fresno evokes. More like Fres-NO
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
I think 81 is the peak of crowd energy, while at the same time, people there actually listening to the music. After that it did become more of a Vegas show, for lack of a better term.
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
IMO, no because they still end up breaking and/or not working.
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
QuoteDandelionPowderman An interesting thing with YCAGWYW from the 1982-tour is that Ronnie does a slide solo on it - very different, but I like it. This is a cool version. I prefer it to 81' actually.
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Unfortunately, I think it's too hard to convey just how cool they were to people who weren't around at the time, or close enough to it. Hopefully I'm wrong.
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Brilliant pop song. The Ramones do a cool cover of it.
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
How daft of them... ha......ha...........ha
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Maybe a clunker here and there (SMU being one) but overall the set was great in 81. I like how the second half had more songs without horns. Otherwise it would have been overkill.
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
They were more of a "well oiled machine" in 82 , but I think there was more passion and feeling on the 81 tour. One could use their renditions of "Imagination" and apply it to both tours as a whole...At it's best, it was transcendent in 81. In 82, all the elements were there and everyone did their part well but it somehow never rose to the next level the way it d
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
I believe The 73 winter tour had some stadiums too.
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Not any more, you jinxed it.
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
I've always been fascinated by this exchange between RW and Stu at the Hampton show just before She's So Cold. I wonder what they're talking about? (see below) I also like the part of this show during YCAGWYW where he's watching Mick, who's dancing out on the Wings, like he's just keeping an eye on things and making sure everything's OK.
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
QuotePietro Rocks Off Live with Me (how often is the intro a bass guitar?) BTW, the greatest guitar intro of all time is by Robert White who played the first few notes of the Temptations classic "My Girl." The my Girl intro is a very effective use of a pentatonic scale.
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
QuoteDandelionPowderman Biggest Mistake, perhaps? Nah, that's more like "chick music"... I wouldn't call it yacht rock. I don't think anything they did falls under that category, but agree some stuff on SW is the closest they ever got.
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9 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
The older Dave Grohl gets, the more he looks like Eric Clapton. I remember this performance being quite good, but at the same time kind of a bummer because it wasn't the Stones playing.
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10 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
What if after leaving the Stones, Mick Taylor had joined up with Rod Stewart? That would have been an interesting switcherroo.
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10 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
Somehow Mick Living in NYC doesn't feel quite right. Keith in Connecticut makes more sense.
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10 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteRollingFreak He also won an Oscar for Tarzan in the 90s. Obviously that was kinda a comeback for him, and no I'd never really compare him to Elvis or Michael, although Phil Collins has been a huge name for a very long time for many different reasons. With Genesis, solo, just as an in demand working musician with shit like Live Aid, Genesis comeback, getting an Oscar,
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10 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
QuoteStoneage Yep, Ryanpow. Jagger, formula 1A. When he gets a question he doesn't like he just shuts down the interview. Seen it over and over. He is always, seemingly, very friendly to start with. Then, snap, the interview is over... I mean, I love the guy, but he was being a total pr*ck! Good on Alan Hunter for not being intimidated.
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10 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
QuoteStoneage QuoteGazza I dont recall there being much optimism in 1987-1988 to suggest that there would be any more Stones tours. On the other hand Jagger never said the Stones were over. Even though he referred to them as they. I do remember that he didn't like to talk about the Stones when interviewed during his solo years. It must have frustrating for him: Here he is with his new
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10 ***months ***ago
ryanpow
They don't make them like him any more. RIP.
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