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8 ***days ***ago
georgie48
QuoteBig Al Regarding quality: could a compromise not be met? The Stones still offer a fantastic night’s entertainment for those in attendance; just don’t revisit the show on tape or YouTube! In other words: whilst they’re still fabulous to watch ‘in the moment’, the performance doesn’t warrant watching back, or at all, for those who were not there. Spot on, Big Al! I rely on the reports of tho
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15 ***days ***ago
georgie48
Quotebye bye johnny Detroit, November 15: Inspiration from the late 90s SPM?
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16 ***days ***ago
georgie48
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 teacher always
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16 ***days ***ago
georgie48
Quotedaspyknows Quotegeorgie48 Quotedaspyknows QuoteNICOS QuoteNate Does anyone know where information can be found on the chances of a vaccinated person passing on the virus to others versus an unvaccinated person passing on the virus? Nate Vaccination reduces the risk of delta variant infection and accelerates viral clearance. Nonetheless, fully vaccinated individuals with breakthrough
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16 ***days ***ago
georgie48
Quotedaspyknows QuoteNICOS QuoteNate Does anyone know where information can be found on the chances of a vaccinated person passing on the virus to others versus an unvaccinated person passing on the virus? Nate Vaccination reduces the risk of delta variant infection and accelerates viral clearance. Nonetheless, fully vaccinated individuals with breakthrough infections have peak viral loa
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16 ***days ***ago
georgie48
QuoteGasLightStreet Ronnie's live solos have been outstanding, for me from 1994 to at least up through the LICKS tour, on Tumbling Dice, Start Me Up, Shattered, Dead Flowers. But he's not really a soloist. Possibly his finest moment in regard to a slide solo is in Out Of Tears. Ronnie's playing in this version of Start Me Up, including his melodic lines toward the end with
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18 ***days ***ago
georgie48
I love this question, because it's nice to read other fans' experience(s), but at the same time I "hate" it, because there were so many "best concerts" for often totally different reasons. Okay, my score so far is 80 concerts (including Juilliard School of Arts). It's not fair to all those other great concerts, but I pick a couple. Amsterdam 1970, because i
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20 ***days ***ago
georgie48
Quotemattleeuk Yes, it's summer 63, based on when they first played The Thames Hotel in Windsor every Tuesday. Thanks Matt, I look forward to see it for real one day (your Japan "connection" )
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20 ***days ***ago
georgie48
QuoteRockman Nice find, Rockman !
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20 ***days ***ago
georgie48
Didn't anyone notice ??? Brian was there all the time and still is ... in spirit. He is now joined by Charlie. They are part of our lives as long as we live, they are part of the lives of Mick, Keith and Ronnie as long as they live ...
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20 ***days ***ago
georgie48
Very nice piece of Rolling Stones history. Would the G behind ROLLIN suggest that this poster was made after Charlie had joined and they became THE ROLLING STONES? In other words, a 1963 item?
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20 ***days ***ago
georgie48
QuoteJordyLicks96 QuoteTestify 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 mistake
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26 ***days ***ago
georgie48
QuoteRaiseTheKnife Quotewaterrats As for accidents - these things just happen. As for last night's gig - Keith's guitar should have been re-checked just before they came to play PIB. It's really out of tune. But then again: such things just happen. I guess Keith has now forgotten how to tune his own guitar "that's someone else's job!". A tiny
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4 ***weeks ***ago
georgie48
I didn't mind the horn sections over the different years/decades, but in all truth I thought at some point (5 people including Bobby Keys) it was a bit over done. Good they "almost" returned to the basics. The sax is off course very essential in some songs and should stay.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
georgie48
QuoteErwinH End of november Unzipped will open in Kitchener CA, I wonder how the exhibition will be changed, I hope...or suspect... there will be a part where Charlie will be highlighted and honoured. You can be sure of that!
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5 ***weeks ***ago
georgie48
Here you go, Bill! 85 ... great score. Enjoy it! We're happy you're still around
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5 ***weeks ***ago
georgie48
QuoteGazza All of this is dependent on Mick Jagger being motivated to keep going back over old tapes and going to the trouble of writing new lyrics and putting new vocals on recordings that are anything up to 50 years old From the options given : 1974 - It's Only Rock & Roll - non starter They've used pretty much all the outtakes 1976 - Black & Blue - they barely cut
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5 ***weeks ***ago
georgie48
The good thing is, just like one said about Paul McCartney's quote "there is not bad publicity". So that creepy Daily Mail journalist basically put the spotlight on IORR making curious people interested. The bad thing is that low level self centered journalists think they are so cleaver by infiltrating sites like IORR and easily get information for free. Not to mention the infiltra
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5 ***weeks ***ago
georgie48
QuotePaddy QuoteCooltoplady It’s probably been written but where were Mick and Keith going? And when was the next time they met? Weeks? Days? “ Richards was traveling to Sidcup Art College carrying his guitar on the day they met, while Jagger was en route to the London School of Economics carrying some records. The next year, they formed The Rolling Stones” Not sure of the next time the
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5 ***weeks ***ago
georgie48
QuoteBlueranger QuoteCaptainCorella It's shocking that here, of all places, the myth of Jagger/Richards setting up the Rolling Stones is allowed to carry on. Brian Jones founded the group. For non-native-english speakers the word "foundation" means "the action of establishing an institution or organization"... and that's what Brian did. M That is utterly an
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5 ***weeks ***ago
georgie48
Wrong key, doesn't always mean that the guitar player consciously hits a wrong key. I remember London 1999 where Keith received his guitar for one song, but he thought the band was going to play another song (with a different key), so yes ... he started in the wrong key.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
georgie48
I can't repeat it enough ... a few weeks ago I mentioned the bad situation in the U.K. following the so-called Freedom Day. Well, the number of infections is still rising (today, actually mostly yesterday, almost 50.000 !!!). "Only" 45 deaths, but that's typical for weekend numbers. On a "regular" day it will be between 100 and 200 a day. In NL we now also see a cle
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6 ***weeks ***ago
georgie48
QuoteLady Jayne Quotegeorgie48 ... and that would have been the case, one way or the other ... Lady Jayne, means you don't see the total picture. Oldham (who was sort of a publicity assistant to Beatles manager Epstein) was made aware of the existance of the Rollin' Stones, the London based Blues cover band. Without Brian's passion there would not have been a band named the Roll
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6 ***weeks ***ago
georgie48
... and that would have been the case, one way or the other ... Lady Jayne, means you don't see the total picture. Oldham (who was sort of a publicity assistant to Beatles manager Epstein) was made aware of the existance of the Rollin' Stones, the London based Blues cover band. Without Brian's passion there would not have been a band named the Rollin' Stones. So in that sit
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6 ***weeks ***ago
georgie48
QuoteCaptainCorella QuoteSomeTorontoGirl and formed a musical friendship that would lead to the foundation of The Rolling Stones in 1962. (Clarification... it's a quote from the BBC and not SomeTorontoGirl.) As everyone here knows that is, of course, massively wrong and rewrites history. Brian Jones founded the group! It's doubly annoying because (following pre-publicity) I
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6 ***weeks ***ago
georgie48
QuoteHairball Wowza...good times....floated home on cloud nine 60 miles north of L.A. on the freeway in the fast lane...at 80 MPH...lol...like a magic carpet ride...1:00 AM here now...yowza...so much fun... Welcome home, Hairball! Another great experience! Honestly, I (10 am) are still lazy in bed just finished my late breakfast and reading all you guys experience of the concert. Fun, fun, fun.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
georgie48
QuoteRockman But But... thats a Marc Jacques Burton design ..... Whoooo ??? I thought it was made by somebody's 5 years old (young) grand-grand-(grand)son or daughter ... Have a great one Down Under
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6 ***weeks ***ago
georgie48
At the beginning of the thread I said that "it's a sneaky question", because I was wondering if anyone would surface with the 2002 Boston Orpheum setlist. The evening before that show the Stones started rehearsing Parachute Woman and Mick announced it during the concert the next evening. They never played it live before (not counting the Rock and Roll Circus recording) and never
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6 ***weeks ***ago
georgie48
QuoteHairball QuoteGreen Lady Quotebye bye johnny Mick namechecks Paul McCartney - "Paul McCartney's here. He's gonna help us. He's gonna join us on a blues cover later on." Mick was claiming that all sorts of celebrities were in the audience, but the sound on my live feed was so bad at that point that Paul was the only one I recognised. Along with Paul McCartney
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6 ***weeks ***ago
georgie48
SFTD doesn't worship the devil, but the Spanish armee appears to worship the Rolling Stones ... I don't like armees, but since we can't do without them, worshipping the Rolling Stones is about the best thing they can do
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