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7 ***weeks ***ago
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I guess he's never been or heard a Stones show live. Is doesn't happen.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotedierdz Hi guys, I was wondering, why are Brian's shots so close? Wyman or Richards are shown with wider camera shots. But Brian was shown with detail plans. I thought it was curious. Maybe they didn’t want to show his hands fumbling along. Or at least try too
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7 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteHis Majesty The title alone puts me off. Same here
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QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteCooltoplady QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteCooltoplady QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteCooltoplady QuoteElmo Lewis QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteMore Hot Rocks QuoteLeonidP QuoteTheGreek To me sounds like DLR is a very wise man . I am being as serious as a heart attack and not kidding . If one has the funds saved up why should he or she take crap from crappy people ? Enough alr
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8 ***weeks ***ago
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QuotePatrickS77 QuoteJustin Ronnie is playing wonderfully in my book this tour. A welcome change from that frantic stuff. Yeah. I don't really know what these people are all on about. I saw the shows in Munich and Vienna and Ronnie was playing plenty: It’s all the people that don’t go to the concerts. The Stones YouTube watcher
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Quotetreaclefingers QuoteMore Hot Rocks Quotekeefriffhards Personally I've enjoyed the tour very much, i came away from Hyde Park with mixed emotions, i got the impression Mick and Keith were giving it all they had, i came away thinking Ronnie isn't on the same path as Mick and Keith, whereas it's obvious they care about their legacy and if this turns out to be the last time they d
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Quotekeefriffhards Personally I've enjoyed the tour very much, i came away from Hyde Park with mixed emotions, i got the impression Mick and Keith were giving it all they had, i came away thinking Ronnie isn't on the same path as Mick and Keith, whereas it's obvious they care about their legacy and if this turns out to be the last time they desperately want to finish on a high. I g
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2 ***months ***ago
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John 5 on guitar on the new song
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2 ***months ***ago
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Quotekeefriffhards Quoteguitarbastard lets be honest: all keith adds to the liveshows nowadays is his persona, his charisma and that is very important of course. but when people say keith is playing great or better than ever - well thats just not true. he even makes terrible mistakes on songs he played a million times. he struggles to keep the rhythm and the leads like on sympathy are just aweful
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QuoteTheGreek QuoteStonedRambler For Bruce Springsteen who always presented himself as the speaker of the working class this whole thing could get quite dangerous for him if he indeed agreed on all that. As for the Stones, nobody is suprised about them being greedy bastards, they never claimed the opposite, they love making big money with this tours (even if it's always said the promoters
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2 ***months ***ago
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Quotetomcat2006 I'd be very surprised in the next few years if they don't jump all over the ABBA idea of a 'virtual concert experience' Really? Do you think the Stones would do that? Mick would laugh in your face please don’t demoralize them like that. The Stones want to play live until they drop.
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QuoteThe Sicilian QuoteMisterDDDD Gone from the band now more than half its existence. Wanted to leave while they were "on top".. Fair to say he miscalculated.. but I could see either side of that debate. With the exception of the 97 tour, everything after 1990 was downhill. He was there for the best years, best albums, best tours and best of times. You are so clueless. Too bad
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QuoteTheGreek It's a partnership between the Artist and the Venue/ promoter . They are all in bed together to squeeze the scalper as Ticketmaster along with the Artist scalp there own tickets in real time as they are released and put on sale . None of this is done without the CONSENT of the Artist , who gets the highest percentage of the funds . Ty!
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2 ***months ***ago
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So who gets the extra money? Ticketmaster? That’s so wrong. They make tons of money on handling fees. I miss the days of waiting in line at the only location that the tickets were sold.
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QuoteTaylor1 QuoteMisterDDDD QuoteTaylor1 QuoteMisterDDDD Gone from the band now more than half its existence. Wanted to leave while they were "on top".. Fair to say he miscalculated.. but I could see either side of that debate. Not really half their existence if you define it by creativity.While he was in the band like 23 studio albums, since he left 3 including one which is one
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QuoteIrix Quotewaterrats Twitter The stage looks like as the one from Munich. Umm what? You’re not serious?
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Quotebye bye johnny Quotejmd QuoteMore Hot Rocks QuoteBFR I got the Verified Fan approval but rethinking this plan entirely now that I see the prices. Everybody got the code Everybody! TM and their BS…. Everybody but me I guess. Several pages worth of posts on BTX from people that didn't receive a code. The code will be sent the day before the tickets go on sale. Check if there is
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QuoteBFR I got the Verified Fan approval but rethinking this plan entirely now that I see the prices. Everybody got the code Everybody! TM and their BS….
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2 ***months ***ago
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Remember this was the early 60’s. Not today. People would buy an album by what cover they liked. This was the start of the British Invasion. Most of the people would listen with their eyes and not their ears. But that said. I would of loved to see Stu in all PR promotions.
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2 ***months ***ago
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How would you know if you weren't there? Ahhhh....a crappy video from someone's smart phone.
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QuoteProfessorWolf wow i just checked and the highwire/sex drive single was released the same day i was born march 4, 1991 That means I’m old.
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QuoteKRiffhard Sad Sad Sad Mixed Emotions Fancyman Blues Hearts for Sale Blinded by Love Rock and a hard place Precious Love Almost Hear You Sigh Highwire Continental Drift Break the Spell Slipping Away ...and you have a great album. Wasn’t Highwire recorded a few years after the release of Steel Wheels?
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QuoteThe Worst. The songs you mention were originally recorded mono, and even if they were released as “stereo” by DECCA – it was not really stereo, but duophonic sound (also known as fake stereo). This was a way of making a mono record resemble stereo sound in the 60s. With all kinds of software programs and plug-ins these days, it’s become easier to split a mono recording and make it sound like
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2 ***months ***ago
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The great comeback of The Stones after the low point of their music.
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Quotemicha063 QuoteKeVvV2011 QuoteChristiaan Soundcheck Amsterdam Don't have audio here, what was played? It sounds like Mick Jagger plays Miss You with some variation. It’s Living In A Ghost Town
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QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteCooltoplady QuoteBig Al Regarding Santana: I only really recollect that song with Rob Thomas(?) and those, few, ‘hits’ he had around that time. Wasn’t the album called ‘Supernatural’? I was still at school, then. Wow……speechless. Santana has 26 or so albums. Where are you from? Uh.... exactly. Well, obviously Big Al isn't into... nevermind. I guess Big Al l
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Quote24FPS Oh, just give it to Brian. The poor sod didn't get much else. Brian’s problem is that he didn’t write. He had the passion to be a good blues cover band leader. But that will only take you so far. I don’t know what his singing voice was like either. Yeah just give I to the poor sod is right
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That’s was great It shows that the Stones aren’t the Stones without talented people around them to guide and teach. He gave a lot of credit to Stewart.
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteJumpingKentFlash It’s a bit unfair to label the Dunning Kruger effect on Keith, since he likely doesn’t give a shit. Multiple times I’ve read that he goes into a show always trying to top the last. Of course what he doesn’t mention is that age has limited his physical ability to do so. He was always doing it as good as he can with what he’s got. The bravado he puts into it is more of a pisst
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Quotelem motlow QuoteCooltoplady Ever hear of the Dunning Kruger effect. That’s Keith. Now that is funny, is there a name for people who believe every word the person says? Gullible
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