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John loved her. Love is blind. We've all had a mate others didn't care for. Of course not on this level.
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***Yesterday
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I forgot about the promo videos. Yeah, like Licks, a cooperation with ABKCO so we can have all of them. With Dolby Atmos sound, and video upgraded with modern technology to Ultra High Definition. That's the only Greatest Hits package I want.
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2 ***days ***ago
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Obviously the Beatles. They hadn't toured since '66, and were still putting out hit records. The media attention alone would have been enormous. They might have pulled in another quarter million just on the strength of them being there. They could have previewed cuts from the soon to be released Abbey Road. It took the Beatles breakup for the Rolling Stones to really come into their own
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2 ***days ***ago
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Rehashing the 1964-1970 stuff is played out. Some of them weren't recorded all that great to begin with. Remember they didn't really have a competent producer until Jimmy Miller in 1968. I've got Through The Past Darkly on SHM CD. The cuts are clean, but not revelatory. Also most of the early hits on the ABKCO SACD's. I'm not sure there's enough THERE there to squeez
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2 ***days ***ago
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A complete 1969 show, cobbled together from the Maysles Brothers footage. Europe Tour '67, Brian's last shows. Knebworth/Paris/Wembley from '76. Any scraps will do. Odds and Ends, video and audio only.
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3 ***days ***ago
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Ever here Elvis sing 'Tomorrow Is a Long Time'? Sublime.
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3 ***days ***ago
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QuoteProfessorWolf Quote24FPS The greatest post ever. Tissues. mick's water bottle onstage? Mick Taylor had better tissues than Ronnie.
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3 ***days ***ago
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QuotePaddy Quote24FPS Midnight Rambler, studio version, is a masterpiece of menace, and time changes. There is nothing else like it. It is the Stones at their peak. That it still stands out as the only number they really jam on live is testament to its genius. This a song only the stones could have written... Some of the live versions over the years have been amazing. It’s almost always great
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3 ***days ***ago
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Midnight Rambler, studio version, is a masterpiece of menace, and time changes. There is nothing else like it. It is the Stones at their peak. That it still stands out as the only number they really jam on live is testament to its genius.
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3 ***days ***ago
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It was on Taylor's last album, IORR in 1974. He quit soon after. Don't know if Ronnie could pull it off.
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3 ***days ***ago
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The greatest post ever. Tissues.
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3 ***days ***ago
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They sound better compressed in a smaller venue. Like Sticky Fingers at the Fonda. I noticed Darryl was actually playing the real bass part to Street Fighting Man. Wonder what happened? Did Steve Jordan pull him aside and ask, "What have you been playing while the song is being performed all these years?"
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3 ***days ***ago
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Roll forever, live, but without me. It's the same show since 2002. Before that even if they were warhorses, they were played a little bit differently each tour. Brown Sugar in '72, sounded different in '75. And even more so in '78. Those little changes, owing to difference in band members, changing times, is almost twenty years in the rearview mirror. It's why, for me per
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3 ***days ***ago
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QuoteNikkei Quote24FPS There's a remix of YGMR that is killer, from 1994. It was so long ago I have it on a cassette mixtape. Do you mean the "Perfecto Mix"? I enjoyed that one too, in a weird 90s techno retro way Yeah. I know a lot of the 'Disco Sucks' legions here would have hated it, but I like it, and would post it but I've never learned how on this forum.
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4 ***days ***ago
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There's a remix of YGMR that is killer, from 1994. It was so long ago I have it on a cassette mixtape.
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5 ***days ***ago
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It's a great Stones song. So is Indian Girl. So is Miss You. Some people wake up gnashing their teeth, hating those songs so much. Or maybe Mick sounds too nasal now. Or whatever. They play it because it sounds great live, and it's only a handful of post-Wyman songs that are memorable. One of the only songs they play off of the three albums they've released in the past 30 years. No
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6 ***days ***ago
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So....a bootleg? Basically, although we don't have a tracklist, the same thing we got with 'Live '65: Music from Charlie is my Darling'? And where does 'CNY' fit in? Does Stills know he wasn't part of the group then?
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17 ***days ***ago
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EVER??? Uh, Ya Yas, and the '73 European Tour versions blow anything away they did later.
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9 ***days ***ago
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I'm always surprised when I Google the Stones to look up a subject, and the first, and only quote on a subject is from here.
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10 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDEmerson Great post - thanks! 'A true legend' doesn't being to describe DvD, Saw this film a few weeks ago - kind of dark actually - not his usual light hearted stuff - shows the man's range. (Below from his Wikipedia page). A true GREAT. In 1969, Van Dyke appeared in the comedy-drama The Comic, written and directed by Carl Reiner. Van Dyke portrayed a self-destr
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11 ***days ***ago
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Ridiculous price for one single. I got the Through The Past Darkly collection SHM CD for almost the same price.
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11 ***days ***ago
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No, he's not passed on. But I did see the legend this last Sunday in Los Angeles. Well, El Segundo, right south of the airport. I was at the Old Town Music Hall (a small movie theater from 1924). They have a classic Wurlitzer organ. Seats about 200. I was there to see Janet Klein and Her Parlor Boys. They play music from the 1930s and 40s. I looked across my aisle and there is Mr. Van Dyk
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13 ***days ***ago
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RIP Billy. I don't really remember them as a viable band. More of a gimmick to wheel out on those 60s variety shows. (Which they did). I don't even remember a record by them that was popular.
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13 ***days ***ago
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Roll on. I won't go see them, I've seen the same act since 2002. (1999 being the last great tour). But as long as they want to, and people out there can pay the obscene price, why not? If you go to a present day Stones concert expecting great musicianship, at a high level, if your ears still function, you will be disappointed. This is long past the Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the Wor
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13 ***days ***ago
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It appears this Austin go round had none of the magic of the Zilker Park concert. But I'm glad for those that enjoyed it. It seems more of a personal, than musical thing now. Those fans just want to hang out with these guys one more time. It's not really about the music any more. Those heights are long gone. It's like seeing old friends, reliving a past you know you're too old
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15 ***days ***ago
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QuoteS.T.P Quoteryanpow QuoteS.T.P I don't get the fascination about shows being filmed. Isn't it the music that it's all about? How often do we atctually watch concert films? The audio of a performance should stand on its own. The playing should be good enough to just listen to if you want. That being said, The Stones are, I would argue, the most entertaining band of all ti
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15 ***days ***ago
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QuoteMore Hot Rocks Quote24FPS QuoteMore Hot Rocks Quote24FPS I've always wanted a film that would focus on the real Allman Brothers, with Duane. There seems to be very little good footage of the original band. Even the Fillmore East stuff never seems to have been professionally worked on. I hope they get this right. I recently got hold of an Allman Brothers boxset. I thought I'd give s
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15 ***days ***ago
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It makes you realize that Bill had a lot of friends in the music world. His cigar store Indian persona is belied by the amount of people who were fond of him.
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15 ***days ***ago
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The '99 tour was so great, they were so hot from two solid years of touring stadiums, and then they played arenas on the No Security tour. That was special. I took a date to see the Licks Tour in Los Angeles, and it was a step down. It got worse with the Biggest Bang tour. Licks had a great setlist, they just didn't have enough to pull it off anymore.
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16 ***days ***ago
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QuoteMore Hot Rocks Quote24FPS I've always wanted a film that would focus on the real Allman Brothers, with Duane. There seems to be very little good footage of the original band. Even the Fillmore East stuff never seems to have been professionally worked on. I hope they get this right. I recently got hold of an Allman Brothers boxset. I thought I'd give some post Duane cuts a try. Mayb
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