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2 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I agree that Lisa's live vocals on Gimme Shelter seemed to be all about her and not the song. Great instrument in her voice with huge range and power, but I think she tried to make the song about her fireworks - and however powerful her voice is, it distracted from the dark emotions of the original. That being said, she is very talented. Got a lot of publicity with 20 Feet From Stardom
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2 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Not sure if this is old news or not, but I found it an interesting read:
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2 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Thanks. I downloaded 1978 May-June_Down_Under_Records_(DUM003)_In_Woodstock_(1978_Tour_Rehearsals) Some interesting stuff. I see other versions out there that have more material and plan on checking them out. Seeing all the directions they go in during what is on this recording is quite an eye opener.
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2 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Thanks for finding this and posting! Truly appreciated!
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2 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Wow, thanks for all that extra effort. Very generous of you!
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2 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
From Stones Vault: Outtakes and Alternates Let It Bleed - The Real Alternate Album - Red Tongue Records.rar 12/22/15 15:27 809.24 MB Outtakes and Alternates RTR 011 The Let It Bleed - The Real Alternate Album (3xLP, Col + 2xCD + Box, Ltd, Unofficial).rar . 5/5/16 19:06 811.34 MB Both come back with the message: "File Unavailable This file has been flagged as potentially contai
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2 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Zero idea. Have never heard the Woodstock Rehearsals, just inquiring.
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2 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I lost both a laptop and the hard drive it was backed up to. Slowly rebuilding all that is missing. I had a boot (found on IORR) of alternate Let It Bleed material, particularly Keef on vocals for Gimme Shelter. I found 2 entries for alternative Let It Bleed recordings in the Stones Archive spreadsheet but both links are dead. Does anyone know that name of a bootleg that may have this mat
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2 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Could it be the source material lacked higher frequencies?
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2 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
A Stones fanatic friend (the best kind) told me yesterday that he has heard what was said to be an amazing version of IORR from supposedly an El Mo rehearsal or soundcheck, that was on YouTube for a short time and disappeared. According to him, he 'wanted whatever Keith was on because he was absolutely on fire'. Stunning guitar work supposedly. Hearing Dance Little Sister from El Mo,
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2 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Lindsey is playing the Riviera Theater here. The venue is known for oldies (50s-60s) acts and tribute bands and holds maybe 1,000. There is actually a Fleetwood Mac tribute band playing there soon. Seems kind of sad that Lindsey is getting gigs at that level and FM is playing our 18,000 seat arena. I plan on skipping both and using the same $$ saved to see bands to patronize bands that are
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2 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I have stopped trying to judge the quality of the show by the recording, even if it's a soundboard. 1. How the band sounds 'in the room' is usually quite different, for better or worse. 2. Recording gear can capture a lot, but often does a bad job of capturing power, and bands like The Stones (and The Who esp) project power into the room of their better shows. It can just s
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2 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Thanks for collecting and posting. I just listened to DH3 and looking forward to DH4. Missed out on 1 and 2 but love hearing these collaborations. I knew Mick Taylor made the bad decision to go from the Stones to hooking up with Jack Bruce, who seems to maybe have been as deep into heroin as Keef (or deeper) at that point. I have heard very little of their short marriage. Looking forward to
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2 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Quotekevos This is great info. Thanks so much. Not really sure why Rambler, Dice & Miss You are done every show nowadays? If its cos they think they are crowd pleasers There are certainly others more well known that they could churn out every night. Anyway whatever they play Im just blessed to be going tomorrow, been waiting 5 years since Hyde Park. I wish I had of done the 14 On Fire tour
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3 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Picked up a ticket for $12US here.
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3 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I do not know how it is done now, especially in the age of wireless. I had a horrible experience promoting the remains of Little Feat (Barerre, Clayton, Gradney and Hayword....in 1981 missing the deceased Lowell George and Bill Pain following Lowell's death). The sound in the venue was horribly loud and distorted. Guitars getting louder, then louder then bass would go up then more gui
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3 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Great quote. Somewhere out there is a system that will be fair to artists and consumers.
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3 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Looks like I should try a few different ones. It's amazing to me there are so many options. I wonder if any actually compensate the artists to any degree? I am sure the Stones and any band with past success in the golden eras of CD sales made loads of cash, but bands that never made it big but are still around, or up and coming bands....do they make enough off streaming to support themselv
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3 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Pardon me if this has been discussed. I grew up on vinyl. Went thru CDs and digital downloads and still use all 3. I had a 300 disc CD changer in the 90s for parties, then went to playing playlists off my phone for casual listening. But I am intrigued by the streaming services. I have multiple Apple devices and con't mind paying a subscription fee - I want to pay for official content, t
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3 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Thanks Chris! Very sad I can't afford to get to Europe for a show. If they are still playing anywhere nearly as good as they were at this Buffalo show, it will be a great tour!
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3 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I love the Kinks. Even worked promoting a show in 1979-80. Like Ray's previous solo efforts a lot. But Americana is just a terrible record. Ray should stick to what he is master of: songs based on life in the UK. He took me to Waterloo for Sunset, a club in old Soho, dance halls with his sister and all the urban renewal that occurred since, introduced me to appearances being question
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3 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Fewer shows than normal for me, with just too many repetitive post-peak bands touring our market. Zero desire to see any incarnation of Ian Anderson/Jethro Tull at this point, same with many others. I was not into them when they were at their peak to begin with (ZZ Top, Peter Frampton, Journey, Styx, etc but they still tour a lot). My favorite, by far, were small and smaller acts. Chuck P
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3 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Of ALL of the club shows in the modern era, these are the ones I would have most loved attending. Thanks for all the work. I look forward to listening!
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3 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
This, along with Mother's Little Helper and STFD really separated the Stones from The Beatles and every other popular band of the time, at least to me. They didn't want to hold your hand or take you on a magical mystery tour and even talk about Maxwell's Silver Hammer landing on someone's head, light and comically. Nope, they were the guys your parents warned you about.
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3 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Thanks for posting. I have friends who regularly refer to 1972 as the band at its peak. And Philadelphia Special as the best example from the tour. It has been hard for me to compare as any recording I head sounded muddy and flat compared to anything I had from 1973. The band might be playing well in 72, I never heard it sounding great. Thanks for posting this. I'm really looking forward
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3 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Norbert: Thank you for sharing! This board has so many kind and generous people. I truly appreciate it!
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3 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I recently discovered and downloaded a version of the show from Guitars101. Definitely a soundboard, at 320 mb, but zero idea of the source. To me, the era just before Tommy was awkward for The Who. Like a 13 yr old who is tall and gangly, and hasn't quite grown into their body yet and is trying to push defined boundaries but not yet sure where to push them. But this is a great show
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4 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I saw them the night before seeing the Stones in 1981. Dead at night, then the Stones the next afternoon. I knew someone in the Grateful Dead's management, who set myself and 3 friends up with great seats, steps away from Jerry. I loved much of the Europe 72 live album, and still do. I was part of my soundtrack in the mid to late 70s. But the Dead absolutely sucked live by that
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4 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I was fortunate enough to promote a show by the Pretenders when I was still in college - the original band - and the Pretenders 2 tour. They were a tight, note for not band, and James and esp Martin Chambers impressed me. Fast forward to a few months ago where 35 years later I get to see The Pretenders (not just Chrissie and Martin and 3 new guys), in a club in Buffalo, on their day off be
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4 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Thank you so much for this!
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