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MKjan
Quotecs2003 Quotepetewasbristol I have a car tommorow (I have had to do alot of begging) and am good to go! Train strikes won't stop me. I have no idea where I am going to park (I'll be looking Hammersmith/Shep bush area) but I'll find somewhere. Roll on tommorow! Same as me I've had a nightmare with car hire companies all week, they want £1000 deposit or credit card. Borro
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5 ***days ***ago
MKjan
QuoteMathijs QuoteTaylor1 Long winded ? Nope just brilliant. And this nonsense about his playing being long winded .He hardly ever plays a solo that is evenlong or not concise. His guitar playing was perfect for the band.Woods solos are no less long winded.Youmay not like his playing but his solos are not long winded Sorry that's not true at all. Taylor's playing was extremely long wi
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8 ***days ***ago
MKjan
QuoteWorriedAboutYou I always preferred Ron's playing and the looser rock n' roll sound he bought to the Stones over Talyor. I find Taylor's playing too distracting, long-winded and even a bit dated now. You make a legit point imo.
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16 ***days ***ago
MKjan
Yes, a great song.
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30 ***days ***ago
MKjan
Quotetreaclefingers QuoteMKjan QuoteHairball QuoteTaylor1 Quotetreaclefingers Sort of weird when you consider that at 60 years measuring 100% of their career, the last time there was an album of strictly new material was at about 71.5% of their career. That was over 28% ago!The first 36years they had like,what,24 albums of new material, and the last 24years one new album Disappointing when y
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30 ***days ***ago
MKjan
QuoteHairball QuoteTaylor1 Quotetreaclefingers Sort of weird when you consider that at 60 years measuring 100% of their career, the last time there was an album of strictly new material was at about 71.5% of their career. That was over 28% ago!The first 36years they had like,what,24 albums of new material, and the last 24years one new album Disappointing when you break it down like that, an
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4 ***weeks ***ago
MKjan
Dig into the Stones prolific catalog, and there are many underrated gems. Did into the Beatles limited catalog, and there are many overrated turds.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
MKjan
QuoteNashvilleBlues QuoteElmo Lewis I understand that Billy wanted an equal cut of the money. Mick said "See ya". That's a shame. Take the band in a slightly new direction or save money. Billy was almost in The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. I believe Billy Preston played on Saint of Me and Wandering Spirit.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
MKjan
Nitpicking is the operative word here.
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MKjan
QuoteRockman Just wants to make everyone else's life as miserable as his own .... Me thinks life gave him the heave-ho, so he moved/lives here to share his misery. That's pathetic.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
MKjan
Could be the greatest release ever, except for other Rolling Stones releases. Happy 50th EOMS
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6 ***weeks ***ago
MKjan
Quotecaschimann QuoteStonedRambler Quoteslewan QuoteStonedRambler Quoteclapton71 The question I pose is how much more $$$ do they need? They could easily lower their prices for tix but Sir MJ thinks differently. I honestly don't think the vibe and mood will be super great on this tour. The promoters make the prices. That's why in Germany you pay 600€ for a golden circle seat and in anot
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6 ***weeks ***ago
MKjan
It’s arsenic vs. cyanide
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6 ***weeks ***ago
MKjan
I recently attended a Formula E-prix event outside of Rome, Italy. All of the F1's were electric and that was novel. The most fun for me was all the exhibitions they had on the grounds. Lots of interesting stuff, interactive too. As for the race, I get that people really like it, but probably something I won't attend again. Maybe.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
MKjan
I think it's ok.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
MKjan
It would have been positive if you just stated your preference. You couldn't leave it at that.You had to troll Jagger, which is very typical of you. Are you a Rolling Stones fan?
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7 ***weeks ***ago
MKjan
Nope, just a summary statement of your many negative posts.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
MKjan
Pretty much a full time troll. Loitering and not contributing, This is a great site, but living on it and endless whining, there has to be better therapy you can do privately.
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8 ***weeks ***ago
MKjan
Quotetreaclefingers Quoterbk As brilliant as "Miss You" was originally it's become the hit the restroom/buy another beer/break song in concert in recent years. It just plods and seeing Ron and Keith "taking a break," seated on the drum riser is irksome especially given the cost of tickets. They should be tearing the p-ss out of "Miss You" but these days it'
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2 ***months ***ago
MKjan
Quotebv This thread is depressing. And offensive. Why? Because people are asked to say what they dislike. It is all about dislike. Next step is hate, Then what comes after? If you do not have anything nise to say, then why publish it on IORR? Give me a break. Yet you tolerate many offensive comments about the Stones, when I thought this forum was for fans who celebrate the Stones. Lot
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2 ***months ***ago
MKjan
Quotemicha063 Michael from Germany. My uncle listened to the Stones, when I was 6. That was in 1969. In 1975 I recorded some Stones Tunes with my first cassette recorder. In 1976 I saw the tour poster and was very sad, that my parents didn't let me go... in 1977 I bought my first records, which were "Relics", by Pink Floyd, "New skin for the old ceremony", by Leonard Coh
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2 ***months ***ago
MKjan
QuoteHairball Don't Stop = lightweight, artificial, saccharine, sappy, lacking, inferior, poor... But it was nice to have a new tune live, and Ronnie's guitar camera gimmick was the most interesting thing about it. Good description……of your post.
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2 ***months ***ago
MKjan
QuoteHairball It's safe to say that without American music (blues, rock, r&b, etc.), neither the Beatles or Stones would exist as we know them. But it's also safe to say it was the Beatles who first laid the foundation for all the other British bands that followed, and without the Beatles no others would exist as we know them. It's safer to say that without the Beatles,
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MKjan
QuoteElmo Lewis I thought Paul was already dead....... You are right! So it’s down to Ringo and Yoko. I bet if Ringo wasn’t married, Yoko would marry him. What a great finale to the popsters.
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2 ***months ***ago
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Quoteukcal Long live Yoko?...she is having a good go , will be 90 next Feb It would be something if she outlives Paul and Ringo. The last Beatle standing.
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2 ***months ***ago
MKjan
It was all downhill for the Beatles after I Want to Hold Your Hand. Long live Yoko.
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3 ***months ***ago
MKjan
RIP William Hurt, condolences to his family
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3 ***months ***ago
MKjan
QuoteFour Stone Walls And a crying shame .... Carrying on to tour when their main man has gone. Putting a basher in his place (for US tour that made sense - was necessary) Two unsuitable rhythm section men. (In a rhythm and blues band) Having not released a new album in 17 years. How can anybody seriously get excited about this ? The choice of Hyde Park was Inspired 9 years
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3 ***months ***ago
MKjan
From day one until today, if there was no Mick or Keith, there would be no Rolling Stones. Just that simple.
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3 ***months ***ago
MKjan
It was more than a reunion, it was a bigger bang. Respect for Brian, but he was very lucky when Mick and Keith showed up.
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