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4 ***weeks ***ago
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Yeah Gustavobala. Saw War in 1981. They were that good live. The show was packed. 'Low Rider' had recently come out. On the very first note of 'All Day Music,' it sounded like every girl in the arena screamed. Tremendous show with no special effects or other pretensions. They simply rocked and funked out.
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8 ***weeks ***ago
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Great point Sicilian. Also, on the recording you can hear Keith showing Mick Taylor the chord changes to the intro just before the song starts. They huddled together briefly behind Mick J. while he was introducing the song as one 'we've never played before.'
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2 ***months ***ago
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'The Sun is Shining' - Altamont. I remember seeing lots of people looking at each other and asking what song it was.
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7 ***months ***ago
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Fedex Field, Washington DC in 2002. Keith played 'Tumbling Dice' earlier than the setlist called for. From my not great seat I could see Lisa Fisher and the other singers off stage taking a planned break - then they heard the opening riff and came running back out to do vocals. Keith and Ronnie were laughing at the mistake. The song came off well, however, and the audience likely ne
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10 ***months ***ago
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JMARKO: You are correct on every count. Wow, what a great tune! Really hope Mick decides to come back to it, finish the lyrics (or not? ) and release soon!
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***1 year ***ago
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Shawn Pittman. This dude is BAYADDDDDDDDDDDD!!! That guitar is MEAN. And the way the drummer rides the cymbal is too damn funky. TooTough, thanks so much for posting this. Going to buy this dude's music asap.
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2 ***years ***ago
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When we were taking the long, long foot trek back to our cars after 'Street Fighting Man,' I remember hearing more than a few people (who didn't know about the stabbing fatality but had witnessed the rest of the mess during the Rolling Stones set) laughing and saying 'This could only happen with the Stones.'
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2 ***years ***ago
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Thanks Cristiano. As one who was there, I can verify that Santana turned the place out. People were REALLY impressed, particularly with Jingo.
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2 ***years ***ago
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Emotional Rescue, and Emotional Rescue.
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2 ***years ***ago
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Mick's vocal range increased considerably starting around the '94 tour. He began hitting high notes he would never have tried earlier and he can still reach them, it appears. In some ways he is technically a better vocalist today. And it has to be counted in his favor that he positively screamed his lungs out on a brilliant version of Midnight Rambler in 2006 in Baltimore, the la
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2 ***years ***ago
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Wow, al-raseef is tremendous, and they do it on the street like they're in a recording studio. Impressive stuff!
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2 ***years ***ago
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Re Catchin' Toads: good gritty sound, and that vocalist is excellent.
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3 ***years ***ago
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Those are in fact the chords to the chorus of Wild Horses that Kieth is playing: Am - C - D - G - F - C. It's very clear when they get back together following Mick and Mick talking.
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3 ***years ***ago
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In 1965 in Los Angeles, I remember seeing teenage girls wearing sweaters featuring pictures of the Stones's heads and the words 'I Like the Rolling Stones' on the front.
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4 ***years ***ago
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EMOTIONAL RESCUE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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4 ***years ***ago
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Seeing the Grateful Dead in 1972 in Palo Alto, California. A friend said before the show "If we're lucky they'll play for four hours!" They played for 5 hours and 20 minutes. Started going back to church after that - I had experienced what hell is like.
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5 ***years ***ago
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I bought Ya Ya's the same month it was released, and playing it on a decent turntable, amplifier and speakers/headphones, I (and people I knew) considered the sound excellent. Like some of the folks above, we thought there were LOTS of highs/treble. If anything, it sounded better to us, audio-wise, then other lives albums at the time.
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5 ***years ***ago
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What a great video, song and observation, swiss. Thank you.
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5 ***years ***ago
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Paris Texas, 'Love You Like an Arsonist' is wonderfully weird and definitely rocks. Thanks for posting.
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6 ***years ***ago
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I was there, standing in line for tickets to the Winterland shows in SF. The line was out the department store (from the second floor), out onto the street and around the side of the building. The Ticketron computers broke down the very first minute the sale began. I know this because I walked through the crowds and right up to the ticket windows and watched the proceedings. Every 10 minutes
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6 ***years ***ago
scaffer
Good guitar tone and very full sounding vocals.
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6 ***years ***ago
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When a person sips a drink it can make parts of the face - including the nose - look gaunter. So one might expect Johnson's face to appear a bit thinner in the table photo. Not saying it's him, but that's a factor the expert probably considered.
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6 ***years ***ago
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Love the Stones' version because of Micks' iconic 'Owwwww!!!!' at the end. Emmy Lou Harris's live version rocks too.
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6 ***years ***ago
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Ahem. 'Are You Experienced?' by Jimi Hendrix.
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6 ***years ***ago
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yes, I saw Stevie Wonder at one of the Winterland, SF shows in 1972. I did not see the whole show as I and my group arrived a little late. I do recall him having rather short hair and bouncing up and down a lot ... a background singer led him around the stage doing this at the end of the performance. He was definitely a hit with the audience. I recall him playing 'If You Really Loved Me.
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6 ***years ***ago
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God knows that's a great song. Thanks Hairball.
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6 ***years ***ago
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For what's worth, this morning on BIG 100.3, a Washington DC classic rock station, the DJ stated that Mick said 'Absolutely' when asked if the Stones will record a new album. The DJ said that Keith's new record will be supported by some kind of concert activity, followed by rumored Stones' shows (an allusion to a South American tour?) then, in 2016, the Rolling Stones re
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6 ***years ***ago
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The post by bleedingman is bloody offensive. ... You forgot 'Mercy, Mercy' (opening selection from 'Out of Our Heads'): Phil Spector, Zoom Bass. "We took Bill Wyman's spare amplifier for everything we could get" - The Rolling Stones
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6 ***years ***ago
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Actually, the most conservative setlist is from the group of setlist haters. Same tired old song, over and over and over and over. The Stones were opening some concerts on their previous tour with 'I Wanna Be Your Man,' and were playing 'Around and Around' and 'Lady Jane.' Their 2002 tour featured different setlists for club, arena and stadium shows. Somewhere
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7 ***years ***ago
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Wow stonesrule, amazing story. Thanks for sharing.
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