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4 ***days ***ago
TeaAtThree
Anyone watching McCartney 3,2, 1 on Hulu? He sits down with Rick Rubin and dissects songs by listening to the Master Tapes. He brings some warmth and openness to discussing how they accomplished what they did. I find Paul open and generous about the past in a way I WISH Mick and Keith would do as well. I have found it utterly delightful. Thoughts? [email protected]
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8 ***weeks ***ago
TeaAtThree
Quotejbwelda Whats a good nickname for those who buy a Stones shirt at Target but can not name one member of the band? jb Suckahs. Bandwagoners. Latecomers. [email protected]
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2 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
QuoteRocktiludrop Quoteangee Rocktiludrop, You are so far off with your comments on this, with all due respect. Your stereotypes went out some decades ago among alcohol counselors, researchers, and alcoholics. Maybe do some reading on the topic. Ronnie = an alchoholic, one who stopped drinking. I know plenty on the subject, there are drinkers who develop problems through drinking, mo
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2 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
QuoteBig Al Maybe it’s because Penny Lancaster is a tall woman, but Rod and Ronnie appear to be so short! Well, the band was the SMALL Faces before just Faces. [email protected]
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2 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
Some good thoughts here, but nobody has addressed what I (misnumbered originally) as point 3. 3. The lead vocals have a thin quality -- or Mick is using a vocal affectation that simply doesn't exist on the albums on either side in time. And not the late era over-annunciation that infects so many latter day ballads, but rather a tone of voice. His voice sounds different to me than any
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2 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
For years this has frustrated me. It has always seemed that this album has several sonic flaws: 1. It overall feels muffled, like all the microphones were wrapped in cloth. 2. There is very little bottom end. It has no balls. 2. The lead vocals have a thin quality -- or Mick is using a vocal affectation that simply doesn't exist on the albums on either side in time. And not the late era
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3 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
His Bobness Then the Grateful Dead [email protected]
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3 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
It appears they were having a blast being back together. Great Share! [email protected]
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4 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
I was at the SLC show, and had about five too many by the time they hit the stage. If you hear an idiot yelling, "Toby!" about 30 times in the set, that was me, unfortunately. I do remember Rain Fall Down being shown for the AMA's, and it was pretty flat. Only time I ever got Get Off My Cloud live though. I remember liking that. TeaAtThree
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4 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
This is just one gem after another. I'm four songs in -- love some of the playing on Dreams to Remember, for example. It sounds like a song that, if given editing and some focused love could have been the next Far Away Eyes. [email protected]
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5 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
Love buried alive, but I also love Mick's backing vox on it. That could be the third tune of the set with Mick's triumphant return to the stage. [email protected]
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5 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
Grateful Dead -- 3/18/90 Hartford Civic Center from the boxset Spring 1990 (The Other One). [email protected]
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6 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
Call me crazy, but I have a soft spot for Bill's album "Monkey Grip." I loved it because of it's unassuming nature. It was an album of songs that didn't try to be Stones songs or something new (like She's the Boss). Dusted it off just a few nights ago. Faves are "I Wanna Get Me a Gun" and "What a Blow." It was also the first solo Stones rec
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6 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
There is also a New York Times opinion piece from this past weekend entitled, "What Would David Bowie Do?" in reference to last week's events in the American capitol. It can found here. I fully understand if this post needs to be deleted if this is judged as too political. I do not mean to cross any lines. [email protected]
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6 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
QuoteGasLightStreet But... no new album. Not even a new single. This can't really be the Stones, it must be Bravado or whatever the name of the company that... bought their rights... or something like that. Why not tea? From the greatest rock'n'roll band in the world: the finest herbal tea in the world, The Rolling Stones' TEA AT THREE. Featuring: Midnight
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6 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
53. First show: Philly #2 in 1981. First album: Hot Rocks. First meaningful awareness of a new release: Some Girls and the performance on SNL in 1978. [email protected]
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6 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
QuoteSighunt Quoteexilestones Chile 2016 Hey Mick-that is a great promo for Stones tongue wear (LOL)! That really is true! Damn, I never noticed the precise resemblance, always considered more suggestive than realistic. Good catch, Sighunt. [email protected]
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6 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
I saw JJ Cale in Boston likely mid-90s. Very tasteful and understated player, riff oriented, which is perhaps the Keith connection. The thing I remember most clearly was he and a female vocalist created a natural fade out -- I think on the song "Money Talks" -- by backing one step away from the microphone with each repetition of the line. His sense of swing always seemed to be ut
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7 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
When I was first exploring boots in the early 80s, there was a record store in Towson, MD, that RENTED records by the day. My buddy and I would rent five or six records on Saturday, take 'em home, tape em on cassette and return them the next day. My first was probably "In Again, Out Again," which I think was Passaic, NJ 78. [email protected]
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7 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
Doesn't the end of SFN quote the piano from We Love You?
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7 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
I was 13 watching MNF as well. I was completely devastated. I collected every newspaper and magazine with John on the cover the following weeks. Looking back, I think I was in shock for several days. TeaAtThree
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7 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
Girlfriend took me to her room and put on Side Two of Tattoo You. So, that's a no-brainer. Not sure I made it through the whole side though. [email protected]
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9 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
Quote24FPS [email protected] The Dead have a distinct advantage though. Almost every single Dead show was professionally recorded by the crew. And the fact that every show is a different setlist, it makes sense to have multiple releases from each tour. Here's the good news. They have incredible archives, both audio and video dating back to 1967. The bad news? It's the Grateful Dead. To
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9 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
Loved Shaver. RIP [email protected]
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9 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
Can you paste it for those of us who don't subscribe? Thx, TeaAtThree
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9 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
While many Stones fans loathe the Grateful Dead, they have got the whole archival thing down. Quarterly releases of shows released from all eras, box sets of multiple shows from 1972, 1976, 1977, 1990 -- all tremendous years for them. As Stones fans we've gotten some true gems -- Brussels, Live at Leeds (71), Ladies and Gents, LA Friday, 78, Hampton, Atlantic City (89), Voodoo Uncut, Brid
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9 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
Quotepowerage78 I love Sad Sad Sad I heard this in Chicago last tour and was totally impressed. Keith ripped the solo. [email protected]
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9 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
QuoteStoneage In the old days, before many of you were born, you got a record. That was it. Then you could discuss the recording here. The sound, the songs and so on. That seems to be history now. Now you discuss which of the one hundred options you opted for. Or which booklet to choose. I got the japanese editon with 35 cd:s, 14 dvd:s, 10 blu-rays, 5 t-shirts and a smaller library of booklets. W
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10 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
Funny, I thought about that just last night. Noticed it sitting on the shelf in the bedroom. Something about it doesn't make it a must listen. What I ought to do is make a mix of it with the first album, which I freakin' love. [email protected]
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11 ***months ***ago
TeaAtThree
Our first dance was "Strange Boat" by the Waterboys. Perfect for a relationship, and, it captures the journey of live and marriage perfectly. [email protected]
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