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7 ***weeks ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
Our band "Kalpetrane" has just released a new single today. It's called Disco! Here's a live video of us playing the tune. The only Stones connection is that I'm playing a Gibson L-5S, like the one Keith and Ronnie used at the end of the 80's. It's one of the best guitars I've ever played! Hope you some of you enjoy it
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3 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
Quotetreaclefingers QuoteSpud That sums up the problem... ...in the modern sanitised musical world, you just couldn't get away with Exile on Main Street. A great shame...but there it is. The pendulum has swung massively in one direction and will return the other way when people look for something "new". "A great shame ... but there it is." No, that
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3 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
hahahahaha unbelievable that photo!
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3 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
It actually would have been funny if the three of them acted in the video or if they showed an overblown serious fight between Mick and Keith in a funny way!
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3 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
Quotekeefriffhards Quotebobo Quotekeefriffhards Reflecting on this album, played it in my car for a couple weeks until i put something else in the CD player, it's a good album but i doubt i will go back to it very often as it's not what i consider a Stones album. That's not saying it's not good, just saying if i wanted that sound I'd listen to it from another band, as
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3 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
Quoteliddas QuoteMonkeyMan2000 And in Angry it's especially noticable, and IMO badly done, as we all know how Mick actually sounds. His voice is still so powerful and probably more "in tune" than ever, as can be heard on the less processed vocals on Get Close and alike. I think it was supposed to be as it is. It is not a fix. The artistic decision is to have a contrast between th
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3 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
Am I the only one who finds it weirdly insulting that they just didn't care which guitarist place what when they inserted the studio parts onto the live tracks? The thought of Keith playing those ascending octave-lines in the chorus hahahah That's never happened on other overdubbed live albums, has it?
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3 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
Quoteharlem shuffle Well MonkeyMan2000 the same happens with younger artist in the twentys and thirties.Lots of these top artist have used it for years,so if the Stones use some of it in their eighties it,s not so strange That's why I wrote that I don't find it a bad thing per se! I belong to the young generation of musicians myself and have used autotune in the studio with my band. I
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3 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
We're probably not talking about the same thing, Gas Light. Yes, LIAGT uses a vocoder effect on the backing vocals in the bridge (and autotuned pitch correction on the lead line). On Angry, there's no vocoder! We have the heavy processed layers of backing vocals in the chorus, which may sound something like a vocoder because they have been edited, consonant-aligned and pitch corrected
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3 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteMonkeyMan2000 QuoteGasLightStreet There's a bit of "vocoder" in Living In A Ghost Town (it's got a specific name I can't recall at the moment, it's somewhere in that song's thread). U2 did similar on their 2017 album. Nothing in Angry sounds like he's been tweaked in the verses. The bridge is obvious ala Ghost Town - two
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3 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
QuoteGasLightStreet There's a bit of "vocoder" in Living In A Ghost Town (it's got a specific name I can't recall at the moment, it's somewhere in that song's thread). U2 did similar on their 2017 album. Nothing in Angry sounds like he's been tweaked in the verses. The bridge is obvious ala Ghost Town - two completely different aspects of the so
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4 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
Judging just from the samples: There seems to be a replaced guitar on Keith track on Bite My Head Off, right?
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4 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
As much as I would like to see them again in Europe, I'd feel so bad for the other parts of the world like OZ/NZ and especially South- and Middle-America. It just sadly doesn't seem likely that they'd tour SA under the current circumstance, first and foremost the situation in Argentina. Maybe if they lowered the guarantee they're asking for per night, it would be possible...
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4 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
A song like only the Stones were able to write. It's not soul, it's not country, it's not rock,...
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4 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
QuoteBig Al QuoteStonedRambler QuoteBig Al QuoteGasLightStreet Gen Z will probably end up being closer to Gen X in the long run. I don't think there's a need to spell that out other than they'll be into music and, well, we piss anywhere, man. What? The sober, vegan generation, that is 'Generation Z'? No, I think its the worst generation since records began. I shudder
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4 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
The internet really has robbed people of the ability to handle criticism. I'd still spend a lot of money on Stones tickets if they came to Europe, I enjoyed Hackney Diamonds more than I expected and still love the guys. But it's mostly nostalgia - which I enjoy and it's what I pay for. I mean - it's my all time favorite band! But I think Damon is right with everything h
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4 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
What I find most remarkable about Ronnie and what has given me a lot of joy listening to him, is that his playing sounds very much like his persona, what he behaves like and what he speaks like. Despite people who claim otherwise, his playing is very distinct. While others might be technically a lot better, more melodiuos or virtuosic, if there's one guitarist to whom the guitar is an extent
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4 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
I wonder if they would have been there in person to play a song, if the album sold less well in Germany? But it seems like they didn't really take it seriously when they recorded the video hahah. The gesture Keith makes when Ronnie says they "sadly" couldn't be there had me in stitches!
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4 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
This was the only good part about that out-of-date shitshow!
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4 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
Funny, it just occured to me that this riff is sort of the minor version of the acoustic guitar riff at the end of "Trouble". And I think there are other songs where Keith plays a similar riff in his later years. The opening lick in the bass line to "Angry" is not far away from it either.
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4 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
As much as I loved Chanel in Milan last year, this was horrible!
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5 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
QuoteMadMax Anyone stating Depending On You is better than Streets Of Love or indeed Already Over Me is not getting what The Stones are about. Having said that it is a beautiful song but the lack of Charlie does a lot. Already over Me and SOL couldve been written by Gram Parsons and Marvin Gaye, larger than life ballads. As soon as Mess It Up and Live By The Sword kick in you know yer back in Sto
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5 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
Quoteslew It's a fabulous song. I don't understand some of the dislike by some. IMO, it's just too much of everything to be honest. I like the intention, the groove, the instrumentation, etc. But everyone (except Keith maybe) playing and singing on full blast combined with the overcompression which leads to even more boominess of the drums just make it very tiresome. It's b
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5 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteMonkeyMan2000 QuoteHardRiffin Instrumental: This proves that Keith plays on the track, the riff in the verses together with Ronnie and holding out chords in the chorus. Especially the phrasing in the third chorus is unmistakenly Keith. I'm almost convinced, but not quite. Could be Mick. Yeah, thought about that too. But the arguments that convinced me was
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5 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
Yes, I thought about posting this question after the Hackney Diamonds release. There's been quite a lot of error messages since then, when I tried to enter the board.
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5 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
QuoteHardRiffin Instrumental: This proves that Keith plays on the track, the riff in the verses together with Ronnie and holding out chords in the chorus. Especially the phrasing in the third chorus is unmistakenly Keith.
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5 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
I probably sound like a broken record, but I don't really like the chorus. I find it quite lazy with that chord sequence. But the verses and that riff are indeed killer. And it is a pleasure to see Keith firing on all cylinders when he played the riff at the Racket show. Always great when he digs their new tunes on stage!
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5 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
Yeah, I get that. I also like CH and think he's had great input in Hackney Diamonds, more than some give him credit for. I tried to explain how a creative well can run dry without new input, but I didn't mean it in a negative sense at all, because I like most of the songs he writes and of course love the style.
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5 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
I mean, this tune has been around for at least eight years now. They sure all must have been inspired to try it again and again and even though the result sounds a bit like a textbook Stones tune, everyone of the three main guys demonstrate their role in this band beautifully and I don't think anybody sounds unsatisfied or uninspired. I think it is true that the songs Keith has written i
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5 ***months ***ago
MonkeyMan2000
During the verses I'm quite sure it's Keith also on guitar. Maybe also the guitar in the chorus that just hits long chords could be him. But then it's probably Andrew who takes over the funky part in the bridge and the outro, but his guitar is situated at the very same spot in the stereo image as Keith's during the verses so you don't really notice the change. The bright,
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