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13 ***days ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
Is there a place of all these forgotten labels? Jointrip, VGP, Pignose and all those chaps….
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25 ***days ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
Some old latter day favorites are Las Vegas 99, Roseland Ballroom 02, Vredenburg 03, Vienna 06, the GRRR TV concert is also great. Also there’s a few tv specials that should be mentioned…. Like MTV Live At The 10 Spot from the late 90s.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
Learned about Gaz’ passing at 3.30 this morning. An hour later I wrote this in his remembrance. AN IRISH ROSE I saw an Irish rose shooting from the ground He’s joined the dearly departed Gone from here to join Stoned Mary Grief stricken, left heavy-hearted His looming presence casts long shadows He’s joined the dearly departed He lives inside us, our time too finite Lives in
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5 ***weeks ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
I can’t fathom this. It’s simply unprocessable to me. Gary for f***s sake! What happened???
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2 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
All this talk about fingering mouthpieces has really got my saliva going.
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2 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
QuoteTopi QuotePaintMonkeyManBlack What was the last time they played She's so Cold and Monkey Man? Madrid 2007 comes to mind. A setlist with those 2 songs can't be wrong. Correct, Madrid 2007 was the last time. Before that, Lyon on the same tour 10 days prior. They played it in Roskilde in 2014.
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2 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
Quotewaterrats Ronnie's solo spot on YCAGWYW - I think he could play a little bit more melodious on there - maybe he should get more time at that part ... Within the realm of The Rolling Stones, it’s a curse and a blessing. On one hand the short solos are to the point, and it never ends in too much wankery like most bands do. On the other hand none of the guitarists get to build up a solo
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2 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
QuoteWuudy QuoteJumpingKentFlash QuoteWuudy I'll re-introduce myself. I was active her about 20 years ago, stopped checking in about 15 years ago except for the around the Tours but started to be around more lately. Good to see old regulars are still around like Jumpingkentflash, Rockman, Mathijs, Dandelionpowderman and many, many more. Good ole Wuudy Hi Kent! I had a look but it
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2 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
Nobody could replace Charlie, and Steve knows it. So he does the only thing he could do: Stay true to his own style, and honouring CW at every turn. He IS different sure, but he is also the one man CW pointed out. And I do think he and Darryl have had moments where they lock in a killer groove. Again, it’s not CW and BW, but it’s something else. I think Steve is great, and I’m happy for him.
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2 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
QuoteWuudy I'll re-introduce myself. I was active her about 20 years ago, stopped checking in about 15 years ago except for the around the Tours but started to be around more lately. Good to see old regulars are still around like Jumpingkentflash, Rockman, Mathijs, Dandelionpowderman and many, many more. Good ole Wuudy
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2 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
Keef doing Angry on a Gibson hollowbody tuned to open g? Saw it on Hendrik Mulder’s video. That surely doesn’t happen too often.
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2 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
1 - Tattoo You (5) - No Use In Crying. 2 - Hackney Diamonds (4.5) - Sweet Sounds Of Heaven. 3 - Bridges To Babylon (4) - Out Of Control. 4 - Steel Wheels (3.5) - Almost Hear You Sigh. 5 - Voodoo Lounge (3.5) - I Go Wild. 6 - Undercover (3.5) - Undercover Of The Night. 7 - Blue & Lonesome (3) - Blue & Lonesome. 8 - Emotional Rescue (2) - Dance pt. 1. 9 - Dirty Work (2) - One Hit.
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3 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
RS Blues on stools with only M and K in a single spotlight to open the show. Please!
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3 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
QuoteBeast It is with a sad and heavy heart that I'm belatedly posting to say that our dear lady with sssoul left this world last week and far too soon. Many of the longer-standing posters on here will remember her for enriching this board with her wit and wisdom and with her erudition as the Department of Historical Accuracy on all things Rolling Stones, the band she always let us know that
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3 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
QuoteSomeTorontoGirl QuoteJumpingKentFlash Just learned of this tragic news 30 minutes ago. I was in the hospital for a week, so I wasn’t up to speed. Extremely gutted to read this. STG: That picture. Can I please use it? I did a poem about her, and that’d be a nice background. Photos courtesy of Beast so it’s not for me to say. I’d suggest contact her and sister CloudCat. Sounds like a lo
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3 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
QuoteSomeTorontoGirl with sssoul Courtesy: Beast Just learned of this tragic news 30 minutes ago. I was in the hospital for a week, so I wasn’t up to speed. Extremely gutted to read this. STG: That picture. Can I please use it? I did a poem about her, and that’d be a nice background.
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4 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
QuoteDoxa Quotetreaclefingers ..and also surprisingly Bite Me Head Off, which I just saw as a bit of a throwaway rocker in the first place but it is such a great performance. Sort of in the tradition of a song like She's So Cold, which on paper isn't anything special but the performance takes it to a completely other level, so much so that they can't do it in concert and do
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17 ***years ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
Tralala Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hollywood reporter quotes Scorsese's people on > that he hasn't been able to campaign for The > Departed, because he's working night and day on > the Stones-dicumentary... I love the fact that > he's listening to his heart. He clearly loves > them. It's a favourite project of
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17 ***years ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
liddas Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You are not the only one ... Really? I though I was the only one on God's green earth who thought that. Nice to know that someone agrees.
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17 ***years ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
It's true that Marty has made better movies than The Departed. Goodfellas, Casino and The Aviator are all better. The Departed is in the category right under along with Gangs Of New York, Raging Bull and Mean Streets. I never liked Taxi Driver. I thought it was boring and I'm probably the only one who thinks that too.
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17 ***years ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
My bad...
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17 ***years ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
Debuts at Sundance in September. Out on DVD probably around Christmas. I guess the editing is going fine. Supervised by ACADEMY AWARD WINNING director Martin Scorsese.
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17 ***years ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
largelingerie Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > And, we all know he's gonna win again next year > for a certain little rock'n'roll documentary! You got that right! I just got home from work and heard that Marty won on the radio on my way home. Has Leonardo DiCaprio won an Oscar yet? If not he's next in line...
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17 ***years ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
He won!!! He actually won!!!! Well deserved. And "The Departed" too. It was about frickin' time. Good on you Marty.
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6 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
Never thought I’d ever see this. Thank you BV.
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7 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
Whowouldathunkit all those years ago? I’ve been writing poetry for some years, and I try some things on guitar as well… Lyrically inspired by 60s\70s Jagger, Lou Reed and Tom Waits… musically it’s Keith. I aspire to his idea of being an antenna. It forces you to be open. It simply makes you do things off the beaten path, and for that I’m extremely grateful. Happy birthday Keith. Thanks for the
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7 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
QuoteGeorges Why the Stones did not record the whole lyrics ? The 4th part is missing: “Well I feel yes I feel, Baby like that low-down time ain't long I'm gonna catch the first thing smokin’, Back, back down the road I'm goin’ Back down the road I'm goin’ Back down the road I'm goin’ Sure 'nough back, sure 'nough back” Most likely because they wanted
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8 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
Quotenoughties QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotenoughties This is the Achilles heel of the album. I heard it from day one. What do you mean? It`s quite a common expression. Achilles heel = weak point. You think so? I’m surprised. To me it’s one of the best on there. The best on this album are these: SSOH WWW TMS RSB GC
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8 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
I know I’m reading way too much into this, but did you realize that the first word on the first Stones album was “Well”. The last word on the last Stones album was also “Well”. Well if you ever plan to motor west… He’s gonna be a rolling stone… oh well… Both cover songs too. Gives entirely new meaning to this one:
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8 ***months ***ago
JumpingKentFlash
Completely punk. Not much to it, but you can hear the joy of getting to smack away at a good rocker… Love the sound of Macca’s bass too. Those 20 seconds from around 2.10 to 2.30 is some of the most joyful I’ve heard in a long time. I mean it goes full steam ahead and THEN we get Paul f****** McCartney pumping the bass right before a stellar solo.
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