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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Buffalo81 in Argentina? Were you visiting Buffalo in 1981 to see the Stones? (It was a great show!).
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Vancouver: where do you find all this stuff? I lost my wallet in 1981....can you find that?!
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I'll post the entire show later today. How is the band without Entwistle? I'm debating whether or not to travel to see them on this tour. I hear they have a new CD coming out, and are actually going to play new material, unlike the Stones are doing (which is too bad because ABB is a decent CD).
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Yes, I know it's a Stones forum. But I have benefited from everyone's generosity on here and been able to check out some great (and not so great) bootlegs of the Stones. I'm new to posting so I hope this works, but here is The Real Me by the Who, live from Madison Square Garden in NY. I could post the rest of this mid 90s Quadrophenia show if there is any interest. Billy idol
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Canadians love Brian Adams for some weird reason....other than that, it's a great country populated by smart, open and hospitable people. I hope the Stones will wake up and head back to Toronto for a gig on this leg of the tour. The city has always supported them. I'd much rather head to Toronto than NYC for a show. By the way, my favorite Stones driving song is: All Down the L
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Easily Entwhistle...he could carry the Who even on off nights with Kenny Jones on drums. Flea is earning a close second. He has funk, but Entwislte was a technical master. Chis Squire from Yes was amazing. Not sure if he is even around anymore. Bill was, and is, boring.
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
You'll be fine. Enjoy the show. Hope they get into the Chicago blues.
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Does anyone buy singles anymore? To reach 66 in Italy, do you have to sell maybe 50 copies?
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Thank you, thank you, thank you! Another reminder of why I should have hated my parents in 1975 for not letting me go to this show. Just awesome stuff!
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I agree with Bjorn's earlier comments: Keith and Ronnie are rarely playing with vigor. Ronnie blows more leads than he wow anyone on. Keith is just sloppy and playing without intensity most of the time....and YES I have seen him on this tour. I was excited in Toronto because he came out with fire and tore into Start Me Up....but then faded into the 'look at me, I'm a clown, st
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I think that IF the Giants stadium gig sells out fairly quickly, they will do MSG. They have over saturated the market with too many shows. The shows that will sell quickly are the rarely visited markets (Halifax, Regina, Idaho....are they REALLY friggin playing Idaho?????). I had hoped for a Buffalo date (They played here in 72, twice in 75, 78, 81 and mid 90s). Their last show here drew
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
One reason I LOVE IORR is access to boots that aren't overdubbed....getting the 'real' thing. IORR has been great for access to true live recordings.
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I have not listened to his first solo effort: Stone Alone. But I have heard the Willy and the Poorboys stuff and it's good basic blues/rock. Though I believe other vocalists do the singing.
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I went to Toronto to see the band last Fall, hoping to see some new/rare stuff, as reports from the rehearsals were promising. The best songs they played were the new ones and a cover (Night Time). She's So Cold was at least a different song to throw into the set (even though it's far from their best work). Seeing as the set list has changed little in the last 11 months I am figuri
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I think Europe is definitely getting screwed. It's all about the money for the band. They're on coast to retirement. They can make a LOT more playing stadiums in the states. On the other hand, they may not...a lot of the places they are playing in the US have seen a lot of the Stones in recent years. They may not sell out.
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I had a password to buy tix in the advance sale last week, thanks to a post on another forum....but after seeing that the sat list is still, well, boring, I can't see making the investment. I hope they prove me wrong and mix it up when they get over here....but I don't think the band gets it. The only show I would page big dollars for is the Beacon Theater in NYC, as it will be very i
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Mick and a band of robot replacements? Can they program a robot to repeatedly hack solos differently every night?
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I worry about the Stones legacy if they keep just going thru the motions on tours.....I will not pay to see them mail in another show, with a boring setlist, and Ronnie and Keith playing with zero passion or grit. Some blues bands get better with age, and can still be exciting. I'm going to see Buddy Guy tomorrow, and he still rocks, and plays with passion. Keith and Ronnie lost that
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
The webcasts were great. Especially for those in markets where the band will not be performing. Though I plan on travelling to see them on this tour. I considered travelling to see the Stones somewhere in North America, since they do not seem to be playing anywhere close to Buffalo or Toronto...but after hearing and seeing them go thru the motions in Europe....there is no way I'll sink
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Thank you Juan! I agree: one of the great live bands! Saw them on their 3rd tour, and again on their last two tours. Like the Stones, they do not play with the same sort of energy, and passion as they did in their prime (this recording is REM near their prime). Unlike the Stones, I have yet to see a show where REM has mailed it in. They still do great, honest live shows (even though the s
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Help me with the history on this: why was Mick Taylor playing with them? I had read that during the '81 tour Mick was ready to sack Woody a few times. Was this one of them, or a random happening?
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
You may be right Menace. I am sure that Mick and the band's management have looked at it that way for the last 20 years. In 75 and 78 they still played some gigs that didn't revolve around how many people they could pack into a stadium...and tix were still halfway reasonable.
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I would have loved to have been at either of the 1975 shows, but at 15 years of age, my conservative parents thought I was too young. I had to wait till 16 for my first concert....and it was a huge step down from the Stones: Elton John......zzzzzzzzzz I just hope the boys extend the tour back to North America, and play a few cities they missed last time, like Buffalo.
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I am trying to track down a soundboard or very good audience recording of our boys show at the Rogers Center in Toronto. I was there, and it was a good show...not so much for the song selection, but a few sterling performances. Anyone have a copy? Thanks.
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I have some old stuff, but not Superman, yet. I have a friend who is an REM collector. I will find it for you. It's the least I can do after all the great boots you have posted. Give me a couple of days.
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
Thanks for the info! I will check it out! I'd love to hear if they still have 'it'. I saw them last on their Quadrophenia anniversary tour and they were better than they had been in the 80s. I am in the process of converting a tape of Quadrophenia live (with Billy Idol and Gary Criminal Glitter) to digital. I just have to break up the tracks and piece 5:15 together.
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
There were 2 Buffalo shows in 1975. They played in the Memorial Auditorium (about 16,000 seats) early in the tour and by all accounts was a great show for both the audience and band. The Stones liked the experience enough that they did the American tour closing show in Buffalo...but at 80,000 seat Rich stadium. By all accounts this was a sloppier show, with some weird moments....with lots of p
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14 ***years ***ago
buffalo7478
I'm new to this site, but am stunned at the generosity of people like Vancouver, cafaro and others who routinely post music or answer questions. Much nicer crowd than other sites...and obviously true fans of the band, along with some amazing collectors. I think, from my few days on it, what makes this site different is the openness and sharing. Thanks to all those who have posted. I have z
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