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QuoteMisterDDDD QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteTopi A few things to consider: These guys are almost in their eighties. They lost Charlie. Ronnie went through cancer treatment (again). They were forced to take more than 2 years off from performing - at their age. Yet, back they are. Let that sink in for a minute. It's incredible when you think about it. Is it the same as be
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QuoteTheBlockbuster QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteTheBlockbuster Quotejumpingjackflash5 Yes, but in 2017 (if I rememeber) for some shows it has been very prominent and then made a bit faster afterwards The first few shows in 2017 they played a bit slower than usual: Start Me Up Hamburg 2017: Start Me Up Houston 2019: Start Me Up Le Trabendo 2012: Yes the slowdown happened in 2012, but
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QuoteTheBlockbuster Quotejumpingjackflash5 Yes, but in 2017 (if I rememeber) for some shows it has been very prominent and then made a bit faster afterwards The first few shows in 2017 they played a bit slower than usual: Start Me Up Hamburg 2017: Start Me Up Houston 2019: Start Me Up Le Trabendo 2012:
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QuoteDoxa QuoteDandelionPowderman For what it's worth, the clips I heard sounded tighter than the 2019-tour - especially the guitars. That surprised me a bit, actually. Me too. Like I suggested in my earlier post the tighntness is probably not just due to Jordan but that the other fellows needed to put on rehearsals an extra concentration on they they sound and click together. With Ch
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<A pale retread of what they once were. A corporate entertainment perk to be enjoyed by people who are more interested in showing off to each other than listening to The Greatest Rock 'n'Roll Band In The World> Are you talking about the Stones or bands and the music business in general here? I don't think you can blame the Stones – as 80 year olds – for not «raging on»
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Quotepaulspendel Raising a glass on stage to Charlie's memory. What a tasteless and non-creative gesture, with Ronnie still on recovery on a daily basis. Drink and drugs were Charlie's nightmare in the mid-eighties. They should have started the concert with a 1965 clip showing Charlie pounding away the intro for Get off my cloud on Ready Steady Go and than the band falling in live, whil
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Quotejumpingjackflash5 QuoteRocktiludrop QuoteMathijs I do like it that with Jordan they do play quite a bit faster. I like how they start Trouble's A Coming. Let's be honest, Charlie was dragging quite a bit for the last years. Mathijs Yes he was dragging, and just as i suspected they are playing faster and that will continue with Jordan, songs like Brown Sugar were painfully slo
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QuoteTaylor1 Why didn’t Keith sing a song at this show He never does that on the warm up-shows. At least not since 2012 (Le Trabendo, Theatre Mogador, Echoplex, Belly Up etc.).
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Quotejumpingjackflash5 QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotejumpingjackflash5 QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotelatvianinexile True that Steve hits the skins harder than Charlie but in a large venue the being to loud issue can be controlled by the guy behind the mixing desk. And Charlie really pounds hard on the tunes we've seen with Steve as well (except for Miss You, which sounded great with Steve).
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Quotejumpingjackflash5 QuoteDandelionPowderman Quotelatvianinexile True that Steve hits the skins harder than Charlie but in a large venue the being to loud issue can be controlled by the guy behind the mixing desk. And Charlie really pounds hard on the tunes we've seen with Steve as well (except for Miss You, which sounded great with Steve). There simply isn't enough evidence for
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Quotelatvianinexile True that Steve hits the skins harder than Charlie but in a large venue the being to loud issue can be controlled by the guy behind the mixing desk. And Charlie really pounds hard on the tunes we've seen with Steve as well (except for Miss You, which sounded great with Steve). There simply isn't enough evidence for a valid comparison yet, imo.
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QuoteTopi A few things to consider: These guys are almost in their eighties. They lost Charlie. Ronnie went through cancer treatment (again). They were forced to take more than 2 years off from performing - at their age. Yet, back they are. Let that sink in for a minute. It's incredible when you think about it. Is it the same as before? Of course not. Nothing ever stays
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DandelionPowderman
QuoteWorriedAboutYou QuoteDandelionPowderman Out of curiosity, what made Keith 'tragic'? He looks completely lost and out of it. Hardly able to play the guitar, very nervous, tentative and almost paralysed at some points. The guitar is a real struggle for him now. I felt sorry for him. Funny. I've seen Keith like that, but not on the clips from last night. On the contrary, h
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QuoteWorriedAboutYou Watching the clips, they are objectively awful, the entire band are completely lost and phoning it in. KR is an especially tragic figure now. Jagger's voice and mannerisms ridiculous. Wood just a clown. Who even cares about the rest of the "band" up there. What a joke. Out of curiosity, what made Keith 'tragic'? And how do they 'phone in
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<He already does> I'd say it's pretty 50/50. On the NF tour Keith always plays the leads on IORR, SFTD, HTW, Slipping Away, GS, Satisfaction, UMT etc. Many tunes don't have solos, so it's pretty even between the guitarists.
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QuoteTheflyingDutchman By "Jamie Wood"?
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DandelionPowderman
It's not that obvious on the Talk Is Cheap-cover, though.
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Good ol' "Stanley" Jordan...
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Quotejohnypar Quotepadre69 Thank you for the clips! I've been waiting to hear how the band sounded. The playing sounds tight, tempos are all right and Steve is solid. But it doesn't sound like The Rolling Stones. It's Mick and a band playing The Stones. It's not bad by any means, it just doesn't sound like The Rolling Stones to my ears. Exactlymy feelings as well. It�
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QuoteDeeGee QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteNikkei Charlie played "like that" whenever he touched his hi hat Of course not. You can't seriously put on Satisfaction on Still Life and really mean that. Amongst drummers Charlie was world-famous for not Playing every fourth of the 16 hihat beats in a 4/4 Beat. This means that the snare (on every #2 & #4) sounds differently on #4
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Quotejumpingjackflash5 QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteNikkei QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteNikkei Charlie played "like that" whenever he touched his hi hat Of course not. You can't seriously put on Satisfaction on Still Life and really mean that. You don't seem to realize that by making your argument why it's just as great as ever you always resort to why it actually was
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QuoteNikkei QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteNikkei Charlie played "like that" whenever he touched his hi hat Of course not. You can't seriously put on Satisfaction on Still Life and really mean that. You don't seem to realize that by making your argument why it's just as great as ever you always resort to why it actually wasn't so great to begin with? You've do
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QuoteNikkei Charlie played "like that" whenever he touched his hi hat Of course not. You can't seriously put on Satisfaction on Still Life and really mean that.
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Probably the latter, Doxa, but he probably didn't know how much it would affect his playing and well-being.
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QuoteFoolToCry there are a few short clips (one minute) in the official stones app - fan feed. 19th nervous troubles are coming jjf satisfaction And Miss You
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DandelionPowderman
Quotejumpingjackflash5 Quoteyeababyyea I guess they sound musically "tighter" than the last few years. But the classic unique Stones sound/groove is not really there. Still sounds great though. Because the key part of that groove was Charlie's light, jazz-inspired drumming. He wouldn't have played like that on any of the tunes in question here (Satisfaction, JJF, 19th Nerv
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DandelionPowderman
Quotejumpingjackflash5 QuoteDandelionPowderman Jordan sounds great on Satisfaction Sounds well, but as I wrote, the sound of drums is not the same. Very good music, but I miss Charlie Watts ... The sound of the drums is great. Better than to be expected. Too bad he stopped recording after the intro of Troubles A Coming I didn't know that it was a cover tune.
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DandelionPowderman
That 19th Nervous Breakdown really sounded good. Wow.
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DandelionPowderman
Jordan sounds great on Satisfaction Keith, too. They're back
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DandelionPowderman
I think it was even a bit earlier, Al. This is a pic from 1992, and his fingers are clearly swelling already.
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