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9 ***years ***ago
geoffc
QuoteRockman ....... come on geoff please tell us all ya remember.... Oh and yeah geoff can you remember if the girls masturbating when The Stones were on??? What I mainly remember is the girls screaming so loud I could hardly hear the band - I don't know what else the girls were up to, perhaps that was the cause of the screaming! However, I'm not sure that kind of thing was popular
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9 ***years ***ago
geoffc
That was my first Stones concert!
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9 ***years ***ago
geoffc
While we're on the subject, they also stole Bert Jansch's version of the folk standard Black Waterside and called it Black Mountain Side, credited (of course) to Jimmy Page Sadly, Bert Jansch died this week.
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10 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Never meet your heroes I don’t read many celebrity autobiographies, but as a fan since the early days, I had to finally read Keith’s. I had always bought into the ‘loveable rogue’ image, but I have now downgraded that to just ‘rogue’. I found the book disappointing on two levels – as a book, there were factual errors, contradictions, repetitions and typos, and given that the subject and the
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10 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Paul Simon - The Late Great Johnny Ace It was the year of the Beatles, It was the year of the Stones
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10 ***years ***ago
geoffc
It's the end of 'Let It Grow', from 461 Ocean Boulevard - the BBC have been using it recently as the background for a trailer for a programme on Botany, which is a nice touch for those who spot it!
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10 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Good with Brian Jones Better still with Ronnie Wood But best with Taylor
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10 ***years ***ago
geoffc
I went to one of the Manchester shows in March 71, and I'm pretty certain CYHMK and Wild Horses weren't played - Brown Sugar and Bitch were introduced as new songs from Sticky Fingers, but the rest of the set were familiar songs. The other thing I remember was Keith picking up his acoustic for Love In Vain, and finding it was so far out of tune that they abandoned it.
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11 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Apologies if this info has been posted before..... The Huey Show Sunday 16 May 2.00-4.00pm BBC 6 MUSIC One of the most seminal rock 'n' roll albums of all time, The Rolling Stones's Exile On Main Street, gets a reissue this year accompanied by 10 unearthed tracks. In the biggest interview of his radio career, Huey Morgan hangs out with his hero, one of the most famous men i
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12 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Chris Rea, "Stainsby Girls" "But the Stainsby Girls loved the Rolling Stones......." followed by a snatch of the Honky Tonk Women riff. Excellent song.
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12 ***years ***ago
geoffc
The first pop show I ever saw - good, but full of screaming girls. Am I correct in thinking that they were the first band of any note to have the singer / lead / rhythm / bass / drums lineup?
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13 ***years ***ago
geoffc
A small observation - most of Ry Cooder's work on his superb early records was interpretative. He took a wide variety of songs from different sources, and arranged them in new and interesting ways (eg. his best known track 'Little Sister', which is very different from the Elvis Presley original). It's not hard to imagine hime hearing Country Honk, and playing around with it a
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13 ***years ***ago
geoffc
BBC Radio 2, Saturday 6th, 19:00, Diamonds & Tiaras - the Nicky Hopkins story.
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13 ***years ***ago
geoffc
The family are driving through a wild life park, when an animal runs in front of the car, and Homer has to make an emergency stop - Homer: Doh! Marge: A Deer! Lisa: A Fe-male Deer! I reckon they wrote the whole episode around that gag.
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13 ***years ***ago
geoffc
In his Radio 2 interview tonight, Charlie mentioned that although he doesn't enjoy watching himself, they all watched the movie in Berlin, contrary to the ealier suggestion.
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13 ***years ***ago
geoffc
What happened to the sax solo in the middle of the studio version? It sounds to me as if there was a proper solo there originally, but then it was wiped, apart from the first few notes?
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13 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Nashville, The main thing I recall was the noise - those small Vox amps were no match for several hundred screaming girls - and the general excitement. I had been to a few concerts before this one, but nothing on this level. Happy days!
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13 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Thanks for the link, Manofwealth, just watched it, and went back 40-odd years in time! Needless to say I didn't see my spotty teenage self, but I think the date on the Pathe web site is wrong, at least according to the Complete Works website .
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13 ***years ***ago
geoffc
The first time I saw the Stones was 21st September 1964 in Hull, at a concert which was filmed by Pathe News and titled 'The Rolling Stones Gather No Moss'. I believe this is the first colour film of the band, and clips of it appear in various documentaries, usually showing them playing 'Around & Around' with Mick in a white cardigan. Does anyone know if the complete
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14 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Is there a story about the 'lost' sax solo? I've always thought it sounds as though there was originally a sax solo in the middle, but after it starts, it fades away ... did Keith decide to wipe it and just leave the guitars?
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14 ***years ***ago
geoffc
As I was reading this thread, the radio suddenly played 'Light My Fire',and previewed an interview with Ray Manzarek - spooky or what! I saw the Doors at the Roundhouse in '68, first concert I saw with a light show and a proper PA, quite an experience. It was a double header with Jefferson Airplane, and for me, the JA were the better band, but that might have been because they h
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14 ***years ***ago
geoffc
52. Radio 2
Listening to Radio 2 this morning (I know, showing my age) and whoever it is who comes up with the playlists must have decided it was about time they had a Stones track - and what, from their vast collection, do you think they played? Poison Ivy from 1964! I hadn't heard it for about 35 years,but it still sounded fresh. What an amazing selection.
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14 ***years ***ago
geoffc
Hull ABC, 21st September 1964 - this concert was the first colour film of the band playing live, and clips appear in various documentaries - Mick wore a white cardigan, Brian in a striped T-shirt. Very exciting, but you couldn't hear much because of the girls screaming - as they used to say about Beatles concerts, there wasn't a dry seat in the house!
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