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3 ***years ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
Many thanks to Exilestones for helping me learn how to post my photos. I saw 14 shows in 1981 and have a bunch of shots from those shows where I was able to sneak my camera in with me. Here is my first Capitol Center Maryland - 7 December 1981 HBK
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1. Toad's Place 1989 2. Paradiso x2 1995 3. Shepherds Bush 1999 3. Capitol Theatre NY 1997 4. Orpheum Boston 2003 5. Tower Theater 2003 Plus many more Charlie, Bill, Ronnie or Mick T solo shows and Mick at Webster Hall NY HBK
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QuotePalace Revolution 2000 Quoteexilestones QuoteStoneage Here are the RS wardrobe 81-82 in short: Sir Michael: American football outfits in diffent sets of colour. Sometimes a blue jacket and a beret. Keith: The usual torn shirt with black jeans. Sometimes a black leather jacket. Plus scarves. Bill: Yellow suit or a blue track suit. Charlie: T-shirt and sweatpants. Ronnie: Leather pants
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3 ***years ***ago
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Regarding the mystery photo above, I checked my pix and they are all wearing the exact outfits they wore for Hampton 2, including the patch on Ronnie's knee and Mac's shirt. This shot appears to be just before going onstage. Plus the backstage area even looks like Hampton Colosseum. HBK
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QuoteMisterDDDD QuoteHouseBoyKnows Looks like George Thorogood, opening act for many US 1981 shows including Hampton. HBK I believe it's Thorogood between Ronnie and Keith.. Looks like Chuck L between Keith and Bill, but ?? Oops, yeah I zeroed in on the wrong face. So if this is a photo from 81, did Chuck ever hang or guest with them, maybe in Atlanta? Wardrobe consistent with 2nd
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I'm also a longtime fan and like the new CD too. Also of note, they are the studio backing band for Ray Davies last two Americana CDs which are also quite good. HBK
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HouseBoyKnows
Looks like George Thorogood, opening act for many US 1981 shows including Hampton. HBK
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3 ***years ***ago
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QuoteSomeGuy The issue reminds me of a little known band who lost their drummer in 1980, not twelve years into their highly succesful -even by Stones standards- career, bandmembers in their early to mid 30s, and they called it quits immediately and even canceled their then imminent American tour. I sure hope that Mick and Keith, in their mid 70s, will be as sensible in case Charlie were to retire
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3 ***years ***ago
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Quotebleedingman QuoteCooltoplady Quotekovach Quote24FPS Quotekovach Quotebleedingman I checked my order placed with Amazon US and it said it would not play on most North American players. It did not say that when I ordered it. Also, Amazon's links seem to be screwed up. Clicking on the Blu-ray/DVD link below takes you to the vinyl: Edit to add: Further down the page there is a link to
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3 ***years ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
I hope we're not too messianic or a trifle too satanic We love to play the blues
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3 ***years ***ago
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I attended 14 US shows 2005-6 starting with Fenway Boston and ending with Atlantic City. Favorite was Baltimore, probably because I was in first row thanks to fan club pre-sale. BTW - Why is this thread OT? HBK
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3 ***years ***ago
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It's been a great run. I attended shows in Brooklyn, Newark, Philadelphia x2, San Diego, Pittsburgh, Kansas City, Las Vegas and Paris. Most exciting was Brooklyn - the first for me since 2006 Best arena show was Philly 2013 2nd show with Under the Boardwalk and an incendiary CYHMK with Mick Taylor. Best Stadium show and maybe best of all was Kansas City with the song Kansas City, e
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3 ***years ***ago
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Quotemjmjr Quotekovach Quote24FPS Quotekovach Quotebleedingman I checked my order placed with Amazon US and it said it would not play on most North American players. It did not say that when I ordered it. Also, Amazon's links seem to be screwed up. Clicking on the Blu-ray/DVD link below takes you to the vinyl: Edit to add: Further down the page there is a link to the Blu-ray which take
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3 ***years ***ago
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I've attended 97 shows since my first at MSG in 1972. Most recent was Paris 3. Keep touring boys. I would love to celebrate my 100th show. HBK
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3 ***years ***ago
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Amazon-US just notified me that I will not get my CD/DVD until the 17th, after promising delivery on the 13th. Boo! I was looking forward to having the weekend to enjoy. I went to six shows on the No Security tour. HBK
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3 ***years ***ago
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Quotegeordiestone QuoteHouseBoyKnows Debbies view certainly shows the drawbacks of being in front of the pit. I prefer to stand back a bit along the catwalk for a more complete view.Come on, be grateful the girl has leg problems and she's doing great. To be clear, I'm very grateful. Happy just to have the sound and I know she is compromising her own experience to give us this feed.
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Debbies view certainly shows the drawbacks of being in front of the pit. I prefer to stand back a bit along the catwalk for a more complete view.
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3 ***years ***ago
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QuoteIrix An article about the Landing of the RS-Airplane: . Large picture This all seems bit planespottery
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3 ***years ***ago
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Yeah, I made the comment after attending the Paris 3 show that BS and MY had become sort of swampy/funky with the Karl Denson sax riffing providing a new dimension. I still miss Bobby but no complaints about his replacement. HBK
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I've seen them all going back to 1972, including No Filter in Paris, and also liked VL the best of the stadium shows. No Security gets my vote for arenas. BUT the video screens are so much better nowadays, such that the No Filter set up and overall impression creates a magnificent concert experience where it's all about the band and music - no gimmicks. And, of course, the audio blast
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3 ***years ***ago
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And, of course, Some Girls came out 40 years ago this month and Miss You (ugh, disco) was already moving up the pop charts. Both albums were the soundtrack of Summer '78. I was 24, living on US East Coast, and also starting to dig the Ramones and what followed in the punk New Wave front. I grew up in great time to be rock fan. Saw Stones, Bruce and the Who that Summer. HBK
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3 ***years ***ago
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A bit of a worn out subject and of course it's absurd to open with a song never ever played live before. Ain't gonna happen. Half the fun is the roar of the audience when they recognize the tune. But it is nice to be surprised. So considering what is really possible, how about HTW as in 75-76. Nice groove and great sing along chorus. My "fantasy" opener would still ne
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3 ***years ***ago
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I've used Ya-Yas SFTD to test my stereo systems for left-right correctness since the 70's. Kind of cool when you think about it after all these years. HBK
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I have reached the conclusion that the video screens have reached such a high level, that they are the gimmick. The overall look of the No Filter stage set up is pure simplicity. Clean and basic with the eye-popping displays nicely coordinated with the song and the lights. In the past (SW, VL, BTN) the screens were small and lame so the stage needed more bells and whistles. As the video siz
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3 ***years ***ago
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All of the above plus here's a few more: Wavelength Kingdom Hall Bright Side of the Road Cleaning Windows Tore Down A La Rimbaud Real Real Gone The Healing Game BTW, I always thought the Stones' "Winter" on GHS was an attempt to channel the Van Morrison sound around that time. I was a huge fan of both and still am. HBK
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3 ***years ***ago
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Phish did a pretty good job covering all of Exile at their Halloween show in 2009. It was available for download from their website at the time. . . the only Phish I ever cared to purchase. By contrast I have a lot of Ryan Adams records and like most of his stuff. I think he will have a better instinctual feel for Exile. I was at one of the shows he opened at MSG for the Stones and was fairly
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3 ***years ***ago
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Very much looking forward to this release. Saw six shows on this tour. I also give a big thumbs up to Imagination in DC. It rivals the Hampton 81 version. I have Charlie's drumstick from Philly 2 Midnight Rambler. My brother actually caught it and awarded it to me. Now framed in my home office. HBK
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3 ***years ***ago
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Quotehopkins QuoteHouseBoyKnows I recall back in 2016, those "in the know" were sure they would play NYC and more after the Desert/Vegas gigs. It was all but a done deal. Then . . . . nothing happened . . . . except for the private gig in Foxboro, Mass. Well the cancellation happened. Those in the know who knew didn't actually know what they couldn't have known, did seem t
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3 ***years ***ago
HouseBoyKnows
I recall back in 2016, those "in the know" were sure they would play NYC and more after the Desert/Vegas gigs. It was all but a done deal. Then . . . . nothing happened . . . . except for the private gig in Foxboro, Mass.
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3 ***years ***ago
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I'm sure they'll tour the US in support of their forthcoming new studio album. Bwaa Haw Haw . . . .
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