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Quotedaspyknows Good for him, but would he be a model aside from his dad being Mick Jagger? Not the only one who used parental connections and nepotism to get ahead. Being the son of Mick Jagger certainly helps, but it often represents a problem, especially if you are good at what you do and want to be appreciated for your work and not because the son of ... After all, especially in certain cir
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I love these guys and would go see them as soloists too, so welcome! Even the Stones lost Bill before and Charlie now ... and yet I'd go see them tomorrow too!
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Questa versione è fantastica... video:
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I love this live cd!
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Quoteyearsinthemaking I was listening to the Emotional Rescue album (quite underrated) and I was trying to remember what song was added when they decided at the last minute to leave off "Claudine"? I can remember some radio broadcast at the time saying that the Stones were worried about legal troubles from Claudine Longet but I don't recall the replacement song. My suspicion is
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Today I found this CD, the Faces in this concert were on fire ... a Ronnie Wood like I've never heard. Really great and I recommend it to anyone who hasn't listened to it yet. It is an excellent quality bootleg with mixer sound. A taste to be listened to at full volume! video:
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It is depressing to see controversy over this event for Charlie as well. We don't know if Taylor was invited, maybe for personal reasons he couldn't be there. I will be naive, but many here seem to be conspiracy theorists.
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Quotegeorgie48 QuoteTestify There are great solos by Ronnie, however in the B&B the respective guitarists had already played on those songs, who by the way did a great job, so it wouldn't have made sense to do otherwise. Ronnie is not the classic lead guitarist, nor was Brian and Keith is not, they are great guitarists, but solos were never the most important thing for them. My guitar
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There are great solos by Ronnie, however in the B&B the respective guitarists had already played on those songs, who by the way did a great job, so it wouldn't have made sense to do otherwise. Ronnie is not the classic lead guitarist, nor was Brian and Keith is not, they are great guitarists, but solos were never the most important thing for them. My guitar teacher always told me, unli
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Quoteretired_dog Quotesnoopy2 Just received mine and in the book it states that No Use In Crying is the only song off Tattoo You they haven't played live, but wait a minute, does this mean they've actually played Heaven live ?? Not listed at setlist stats that I can find Slave, No Use In Crying & Heaven were never played live. If I'm not mistaken Slave was played live, perhap
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QuoteBowieStone Since when is Neighbours a Jagger/Richards/Wood song? I think he confused Neighbors with Black Limousine.
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Did the intense humidity play a role in the tuning? It happened to me with my guitar and it wasn't nice at all! However when you play underwater and in the cold strange things always happen it's really hard to be precise in those conditions and the Stones are not a precise band by nature.
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I liked SSS, glad they played it is a song that I love. Listening again from the video posted above, it's not even that bad, some inaccuracies that the Stones usually do especially on songs that don't often play live, but all in all I liked it.
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... but how awesome is the new version of Start me Up!
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For me it's one of the best tracks on Tattoo You deluxe ... it's played beautifully and the slide guitar here is really cool! But the text is beautiful too ... and takes us back to the golden years.
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I wanted to take some time, before making a judgment, well I have to say I liked it a lot. The best things for me are: - Troubles A 'Comin - Shame Shame Shame - Drift Away (I've always loved this cover, which is superior to others versions, nice text). - Fiji Jim (fantastic song, great lyrics, fantastic guitars above all the slide Ronnie I guess ...) - It's a Lie -
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QuoteMaindefender QuoteRobertJohnson I had the chance meanwhile to hear Wembley on a good sound system. The old Sam Wheat-disease: Mick upfront in a grotesque way. The guitars in the background. It is the same messed-up sound like on Miami. A great performance and a lousy sound. Is Bob Clearmountain too expansive for a deluxe-project? So they pay for an absolutely deaf man. We haven't had
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I'm just saying ... that ER is the album I listen to the most from the Rolling Stones, I love it! I like IG a lot, but yes ... the highlight is Down In The Hole which for me is the most beautiful blues of the Stones.
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I don't know if anyone has already written it, but is it possible that with the faster times of the songs he is more comfortable?
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Listening to Darryl J.'s bass effect in 19th Nervous Breakdown, he has never done it before or maybe I don't remember it ...
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Mick is really great, because getting to that age that way doesn't happen by accident. Mick I'm sure he makes a lot of sacrifices to still be Mick Jagger. The thing that amazes me, however, is his voice, when I attended a Rod Stewart concert a few years ago, I thought that it is really true, of Mick Jagger there is only one, let's say that Rod was embarrassing, while Mick he is al
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Quotewiredallnight QuoteTestify Quotewiredallnight Compared to the 2 tracks that were broadcast on the BBC back in 2013 this new CD must be heavily overdubbed (or the tracks come from somewhere else). I seem to remember that Ronnie and his band had done several Jimmy Reed themed dates. Not really. According to N. Zentgraf there was only the Royal Albert Hall Show on Nov. 1st (and a private gig
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QuoteProfessorWolf did anyone else notice mick changed a lyric in ghost town to "ventilator blues streaming on my phone" or is that just my imagination as to ronnie he seems to be playing fine but he just seems to have less energy then in 2019 i noticed him sitting down and resting between numbers too it's sort of sad and funny the old cliche used to be ronnies been carrying
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But what happened to Mick? He looks really great! He has incredible energy ...
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Quotewiredallnight Compared to the 2 tracks that were broadcast on the BBC back in 2013 this new CD must be heavily overdubbed (or the tracks come from somewhere else). I seem to remember that Ronnie and his band had done several Jimmy Reed themed dates.
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QuoteEddieByword Mick's been cancelling Stones songs for years............I read an interview a long time ago where he was asked "Oh, why don't you play this any more (or that) ....(I can't remember which songs were mentioned) but .... Mick answered with "Because when we wrote them they were relevant and now they're not - they are just not appropriate anymore so
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Thanks to everyone for their valuable contributions. Looking at the videos the result is what I expected, Steve has given this band a great energy and he is also good, so I liked it a lot. Of course Charlie is Charlie and I would have liked to have him, but life is also this .... Charlie is a drummer who has given us so much, but who has also had to compromise because of his age. Charlie in rece
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Quotestargroover Nice tribute by Mick.Can feel the love. Yet it would be more sincere if said in front of genuine fans,and not a set of jet set clowns who probably know little of the Stones and their legacy.A missed opportunity.Would have been so easy to have had a club show for the genuine fans and dedicated this to Charlie. Are you arguing that if you are rich, you can't be an RS fan? Are
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Quotestargroover The world does go on,but if the quality is no longer there why continue with a sub standard product?Oh I forgot ££££ Isn't the quality there? You're kidding I guess. Apart from that from an amateur video it is difficult to understand much, however Steve is not one who passed by by chance, he is a great professional who has already worked with Keith (among others) and w
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It goes without saying that the sound is different, Charlie and Steve play differently and Steve tends to hit the drums harder, so the volume is higher. But Steve doesn't have to imitate Charlie, he has to be himself and sound like he usually sounds. I hate that Charlie is no longer with us, but the world goes on.
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