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Quoteslewan Quotekeefriffhards QuoteDoxa Quotekeefriffhards You really are sad Doxa, someone who sees things differently to you means they are Mark Chapman. You carry on with your campaign mate and I'll carry on speaking my mind. Your bad-mouthing of Jagger is pretty innocent stuff in its stupidity, but what actually scares me is your unhealthy obsession with Richards with all that proj
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***Yesterday
keefriffhards
QuoteDoxa Quotekeefriffhards You really are sad Doxa, someone who sees things differently to you means they are Mark Chapman. You carry on with your campaign mate and I'll carry on speaking my mind. Your bad-mouthing of Jagger is pretty innocent stuff in its stupidity, but what actually scares me is your unhealthy obsession with Richards with all that projection. - Doxa I've s
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***Yesterday
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QuoteRisingStone Regarding Midnight Rambler having worn out or tarnished without Charlie’s drumming, the subtle nuances he delivered etc. — that doesn’t bother me, this more than casual but less than hardcore fan, that much TBHWY. My first show sans Charlie, Hyde Park 2022 #1, was one of the greatest RS shows I had ever attended. Steve’s ‘power drumming’ certainly worked under those circumstances
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***Yesterday
keefriffhards
You really are sad Doxa, someone who sees things differently to you means they are Mark Chapman. You carry on with your campaign mate and I'll carry on speaking my mind.
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***Yesterday
keefriffhards
Quotemicha063 Quotekeefriffhards QuoteStonedRambler Quotesyrel Quotekeefriffhards Speechless, Midnight Rambler is clearly the highlight of almost every show, i doubt its dropped for the reason of including a new track in its place, more likely Rambler is just too demanding physically for Mick now. Nah, I think the more obvious explanation is that it's one of the 'less recognisable&
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***Yesterday
keefriffhards
I wonder if Keith's been able to pick any songs this tour, he's become the ultimate yes man over the decades. I guess he picks two that he sings but I'm sure he insists on GS and JJF. Thought he loved Rambler?
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***Yesterday
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QuoteStonedRambler Quotekeefriffhards QuoteStonedRambler Quotesyrel Quotekeefriffhards Speechless, Midnight Rambler is clearly the highlight of almost every show, i doubt its dropped for the reason of including a new track in its place, more likely Rambler is just too demanding physically for Mick now. Nah, I think the more obvious explanation is that it's one of the 'less recognis
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***Yesterday
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QuoteStonedRambler Quotesyrel Quotekeefriffhards Speechless, Midnight Rambler is clearly the highlight of almost every show, i doubt its dropped for the reason of including a new track in its place, more likely Rambler is just too demanding physically for Mick now. Nah, I think the more obvious explanation is that it's one of the 'less recognisable' warhorses, like SFM. They c
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***Yesterday
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QuoteStonesfan2146 They are really mixing it up this time! Wow!! First tour since 2007 with no Honky Tonk Woman before introductions and omitted Midnight Rambler, probably in favor of Sweet Sounds Of Heaven. Speechless, Midnight Rambler is clearly the highlight of almost every show, i doubt its dropped for the reason of including a new track in its place, more likely Rambler is just too dema
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***Yesterday
keefriffhards
Quotepowerage78 Will be the best show ever ! According to the same posters that think HD is best since Exile.
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3 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
Stones rehearsing 9 new tracks. Looks like the Stones are really going for it this tour without the safety net. It's going to be great to hear new material the way it's supposed to sound with real vocals and real sounding guitars. I'm not one for the computer enhanced over production and condensed sound, let's see what the Stones really sound like live and unleashed at age
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3 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
Quote5strings Where Can i find the best and clean version of Slave long version 12'' Thanks I find this one Mick's voice here just incredible, so fresh and mesmerising, honestly at this period Mick could sing nursery rhymes and I'd pay to listen. You can't sing like this unless your soul is in it.
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8 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
QuoteStoneage It is what it is. The rhythm section is gone. 60 percent of the band is left. The song writing duo is not a duo anymore. Since decades. The renowned guests do not make a difference. Still, I'm glad that they finally released some new music instead of touring warhorses around the clock. They are done now. It doesn't matter what they do next. It's been a long run th
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8 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
Quotewalkingthedog After many months and repeated plays I still enjoy the whole record. My favourite part now is the middle, from Whole Wide World to Driving Me Too Hard. If I were to make the record perfect, I would kick out Bite My Head Off and Rolling Stone Blues, start with Living In A Ghost Town and add Eazy Sleazy before SSOH. It's hard to believe how different all us Stones fans fee
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8 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
QuoteLien QuoteDandelionPowderman Quoterogerriffin QuotePaintMonkeyManBlack We need rumours, facts and songs practiced at rehearsals instead of trolls. Rumour, it seems Ronnie will play tonight with Black Crows in LA--- He did. Stay with me, allegedly Great performance from Ronnie, rock on man, he still has the rock and roll spirit.
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8 ***days ***ago
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QuoteMKjan keefriffhards: "Could not agree with you more, it's got to the point I'm surprised Keith bothers to show up for rehearsals, he hardly has any input with the Chuck's and Matts taking the reins. Tell you what Keith you can play Happy, now get out the way." Somehow, your tiny ignorant existence feels fit to insult Keith Richards. You have no wa
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8 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
QuoteZotz Quotempj200 What? Why would you think Chuck or Matt have anything to do with the setlist? Quotekeefriffhards Quotedaniel t Am I the only one who doesn't give a sh... about Bernard or Chuck or Matt or all the other side musicians/back vocals? Could not agree with you more, it's got to the point I'm surprised Keith bothers to show up for rehearsals, he hardly has a
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9 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
Quotecaschimann Quotedaniel t Quotecaschimann Quotedaniel t Am I the only one who doesn't give a sh... about Bernard or Chuck or Matt or all the other side musicians/back vocals? Most stupid post of the year so far. But it got your attention What happened to our IORR? We need a bouncer recocknizing freaks, jerks etc. pretending that they are Fans. Bernard & co are MEMBERS of the
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9 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
Quotedaniel t Am I the only one who doesn't give a sh... about Bernard or Chuck or Matt or all the other side musicians/back vocals? I understand what you mean, it's like they think they are the Stones, they are not, but we appreciate them and respect their contributions. Especially looking forward to the new backing singer Chanel.
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9 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
QuoteZotz Quotekeefriffhards Quotedcba Quotekeefriffhards QuoteZotz Bob Dylan - 'On The Banks Of The Old Pontchartrain'- (Debut Performance) 2024 at almost 83 Bob's still thrilling people to the point of tears, in a way he's singing with more heart than ever. Yup, at the end of this US Spring he also gave one (last?) rendition of a song he's been in love with since
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9 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
Quotedaniel t Am I the only one who doesn't give a sh... about Bernard or Chuck or Matt or all the other side musicians/back vocals? Could not agree with you more, it's got to the point I'm surprised Keith bothers to show up for rehearsals, he hardly has any input with the Chuck's and Matts taking the reins. Tell you what Keith you can play Happy, now get out the way.
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10 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
Quotededospegajosos Quotefloodonthepage QuoteDandelionPowderman I'm with Steve Jordan on Dreamy Skies. He said «this is what I signed up for», and I don't think he meant a Mick solo track The more I listen to Dreamy Skies, the more I love the wonderful guitar playing by Ronnie and Keith. I can agree about the lyrics, that it isn't really interesting to hear again and again how
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10 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
QuoteDandelionPowderman I'm with Steve Jordan on Dreamy Skies. He said «this is what I signed up for», and I don't think he meant a Mick solo track The more I listen to Dreamy Skies, the more I love the wonderful guitar playing by Ronnie and Keith. I can agree about the lyrics, that it isn't really interesting to hear again and again how much Mick wants to get away. And nothing
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11 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
Quotejp.M QuoteCristiano Radtke A new documentary on rock’s founding father Little Richard is heading to theaters in New York and LA on April 21. Little Richard: I Am Everything premiered at Sundance. It details the life of the man born Richard Penniman, and how he pioneered a new form of gender-bending showmanship that was later adopted by everyone from Mick Jagger, Elton John and David B
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12 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
Quotedcba Quotekeefriffhards QuoteZotz Bob Dylan - 'On The Banks Of The Old Pontchartrain'- (Debut Performance) 2024 at almost 83 Bob's still thrilling people to the point of tears, in a way he's singing with more heart than ever. Yup, at the end of this US Spring he also gave one (last?) rendition of a song he's been in love with since 1986 "Across The Border
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12 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
QuoteNashvilleBlues Quotekeefriffhards Quoteretired_dog QuoteDoxa QuoteStonedRambler QuoteDan Quotehockenheim95 QuoteLien Bernard & Pino Palladino This looks like the Stones rehearsal room to me. I think it's strange that someone like Pino would visit the site with a plugged in bass in his hand when they have limited time for rehearsals for a major tour. What does this mean?
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12 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
Quoteretired_dog QuoteDoxa QuoteStonedRambler QuoteDan Quotehockenheim95 QuoteLien Bernard & Pino Palladino This looks like the Stones rehearsal room to me. I think it's strange that someone like Pino would visit the site with a plugged in bass in his hand when they have limited time for rehearsals for a major tour. What does this mean? Pino is rehearsing there too? It
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14 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
QuoteProfessorWolf QuoteCaptainCorella Quotekeefriffhards Mick hasn't run around the stage for a long time, it's walking, clapping and waving mostly, the ultimate Redcoat entertainer, come on boys and girls it's audience participation time. Very interesting description there! ("Redcoat"). And I mean interesting in a jolly good way! Having been brought up in the
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14 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
It's weird hearing someone with a voice sing these songs, doesn't work, Micks grunts and vocal manurisms far outweigh Chers voice, i don't think she gets this music, it's all showbizy with no substance or attitude , although Mick and Tina Live Aid was pure cringe.
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14 ***days ***ago
keefriffhards
Quotepftw04 Hackney Diamond is a decent album. But not like its predecessors. Here prededecessors means post 1989. Post 1989, the opening song had set the tone of the album. For steel wheel it is sad sad sad, for vodoo lounge love is strong, for bridges to babylon it is flip the switch and for A bigger banf it is Rough justice. Anygry is good but not like its predecessors. However, they are still
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