Ticket Trader :  Talk
Here you can trade your tickets. 

Previous page Next page First page IORR home

For information about how to use this forum please check out forum help and policies.


Goto Page: 12345...LastNext
Current Page: 1 of 36
Results 1 - 30 of 1063
5 ***days ***ago
rootsman
^ Great! How's your book coming along?
Forum: Tell Me
5 ***weeks ***ago
rootsman
As nice it it to read this - is it really ok to copy/publish this here? If no one buys the actual magazine, it won´t be no more...
Forum: Tell Me
2 ***months ***ago
rootsman
QuoteHis Majesty Thanks. This from Vecko Revyn. Anything in here suggesting it might be from this mag? No, I don't think I ever read Veckorevyn.
Forum: Tell Me
2 ***months ***ago
rootsman
QuoteHis Majesty Interesting and thanks! Will try and find that. Any help would be appreciated. Can you recall the name of the magazine or ones from the time? Bild perhaps? No we do not really know. Given this, I'll change the credit on my site etc to reflect this new info. There's nothing specifically Brian Jones about the harmonica part other than that it's played throughout
Forum: Tell Me
2 ***months ***ago
rootsman
^ Thanks! Do we really know that it's Brian playing harmonica on Who's Been Sleeping Here? I clearly remember Mick stating the he overdubbed the harmonica. It was in a Swedish pop/teen magazine in 1967. There was a questions column, and to the question about who played the harmonica, Mick answered the he did, and that it was done by overdubbing. Maybe the reason I remember it
Forum: Tell Me
3 ***months ***ago
rootsman
Thanks!
Forum: Buy/Sell/Trade
3 ***months ***ago
rootsman
It does look like Stu...
Forum: Tell Me
3 ***months ***ago
rootsman
Kul TV-inslag - tack!
Forum: Tell Me
4 ***months ***ago
rootsman
I think all are from the Satanic boxes, except Acid In The Grass (from the Bell Sound acetate).
Forum: Tell Me
4 ***months ***ago
rootsman
Quoteexilestones Jan has helped me many times. He shared his collection with me by researching many "Out of Our Heads" looking for the 1965 mix of the extended "The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man." We figured that it wasn't on anything but the USA releases however the USA Satisfaction 45 with the 1965 extended mix of "The Under Assistant West Coast Pr
Forum: Tell Me
4 ***months ***ago
rootsman
Thanks!
Forum: Buy/Sell/Trade
5 ***months ***ago
rootsman
Oh no...
Forum: Tell Me
5 ***months ***ago
rootsman
Ok, on relistening on The Under Ussistant on the various releases: The version on the 1989 Singles Collection box (and the single I linked above) has more prominent sounding harmonica AND vocals compared to on all other releases. Those in doubt, please listen and check it again. Of course, feel free to call it a different master and not an alternate mix - but different it sounds!
Forum: Tell Me
5 ***months ***ago
rootsman
QuoteDandelionPowderman Quoterootsman The Under Assistant... : There are two clearly different mixes of the uncensored version: 1. On the original 1965 US single, also on Stray Cats (although running slow...) 2. On the 1989 Singles Collection box - this has more prominent harmonica and less prominent guitar. It also runs longer before fading. This mix is also on this CD single (and, I
Forum: Tell Me
5 ***months ***ago
rootsman
The Under Assistant... : There are two clearly different mixes of the uncensored version: 1. On the original 1965 US single, also on Stray Cats (although running slow...) 2. On the 1989 Singles Collection box - this has more prominent harmonica and less prominent guitar. It also runs longer before fading. This mix is also on this 1990 CD single (and, I presume, on the corresponding vin
Forum: Tell Me
2 ***years ***ago
rootsman
I love it!
Forum: Tell Me
2 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Quote1963luca0 Quoterootsman Quote1963luca0 Surely, they're not good at making celebrative editions. Just to name one, I can't seen the reason why they've left blank the B-side of 'Sympathy For The Devil' bonus 12" instead of filling it with the rare alterate version of 'Street Fighting Man' available in Italy, New Zealand, USA and possibly other few coun
Forum: Tell Me
2 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Quote1963luca0 Surely, they're not good at making celebrative editions. Just to name one, I can't seen the reason why they've left blank the B-side of 'Sympathy For The Devil' bonus 12" instead of filling it with the rare alterate version of 'Street Fighting Man' available in Italy, New Zealand, USA and possibly other few countries. Isn´t that the orig
Forum: Tell Me
2 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Thanks a lot!
Forum: Buy/Sell/Trade
2 ***years ***ago
rootsman
QuoteHis Majesty "Peerless Richards riff". ...and above Peter Doggett has the I Wanna Be Your Man vocals as by Jagger and Richards, when it´s clearly Brian on harmony vocals. He also doesn´t mention who plays the slide solo...
Forum: Tell Me
2 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Thanks a lot!
Forum: Buy/Sell/Trade
2 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Quotepaulspendel Just a message of support for His Majesty. I think the little musical companion book is a truly great initiative. I play in a cover band myself. If you look for instance at the lick Brian played on the Last Time: many guitarists play it in a stripped down blues version, it sounds okay but isn't the real thing. But if you look at the real notes Brian came up with, it's s
Forum: Tell Me
2 ***years ***ago
rootsman
QuoteHis Majesty Quoterootsman Yes it does. Nope. The philips cassette recording is on the left speaker. Yeah, my mistake...
Forum: Tell Me
2 ***years ***ago
rootsman
QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteHis Majesty QuoteGasLightStreet They haven't? No and the interview does not prove Keith used only acoustic guitars on JJF. On the right side of the stereo mix of JJF it is only electric guitars. A very different sound to the acoustic through philips cassette recorder heard on the left side. Click the pic to open the Youtube link That sure as shit doesn
Forum: Tell Me
2 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Quoteshortfatfanny HM...I care about your knowledge and your posts... so keep on your good work... Yes, please keep on, HM!
Forum: Tell Me
Goto Page: 12345...LastNext
Current Page: 1 of 36

Previous page Next page First page IORR home