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Doxa
These Track Talks are eternally relevant. Like BV has said. And "Silver Train" is a great tune. There is something so irrestible in it that I haven't never really grasp what it is. Something so Stonesy I guess... - Doxa
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***Yesterday
Doxa
Quotebitusa2012 So, just over 7 tracks per year. Or, a single and an EP per year approx. But if we look at Nankstone's great listings, in 1964 they released 36 new songs (not even including later archive releases). It's been downhill ever since as far as being profilic goes .. - Doxa
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***Yesterday
Doxa
QuoteNankstone Thanks for your list Ricky, but some songs are not clear for me. "We Want The Stones" is not on "my" list (for me an impertinence to call this a separate song by Jagger/Richards) but it's your dicision But then why not on your list "I'm Yours And I'm Hers" (Live 1969) ? Or "Get Together" (Live with other Artists) (1964)
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***Yesterday
Doxa
Impressive research work, people! Ricky, I see that the non-disputed Stones classic and a Nanker Phelge original, "We Want The Stones", has made your list. - Doxa
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2 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Indeed, Taylor1. I got that (besides, the same opinion about Bill - but not regard to B&L. For me neglecting that album makes an "album" a sort of metaphysical entity, based on romantic notions of creativity dubbed together with 'artists themselves should be responsible for original song-writing', nothing to do with actually recording music and releasing it). - Doxa
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2 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteTestify QuoteTaylor1 Bill Wyman was in the band for 30 years and during that time released I believe 21 albums of new material.Darryl Jones has been the bass player for 30 years now and during that time they put out Voodoo Lounge, Bridges and a Bugger Bang. A new album is overdue Maybe I missed the context .... but what does it have to do with it? It's not a race! Bill was a Stones up
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2 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Impressive stuff, sf3! But what about Rice Crispies jingle, the classical Brian Jones original? Is the use in an ad considered as a an official release? - Doxa
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2 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Quotejackflash27 QuoteHarlem Shuffler QuoteStonedRambler QuoteHarlem Shuffler QuoteStonedRambler I love the Stones for life but there are so many talented young artists who will release new music this year that is so much more thrilling to me than a new Stones album. Of course I'm looking forward to it but I'm always amazed by how much people here are yearning for it. Who are these
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2 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteRSbestbandever QuoteHairball The anticipation for the long awaited new album has been fueled by Keith and the band yapping about it for almost a decade now. Even the press has pressed them on the issue, with some interviewers expressing frustration with the lack of productivity regarding the bands latter day output. It was just a couple years ago when Keith was asked about a new album, an
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2 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteRSbestbandever QuoteHairball The anticipation for the long awaited new album has been fueled by Keith and the band yapping about it for almost a decade now. Even the press has pressed them on the issue, with some interviewers expressing frustration with the lack of productivity regarding the bands latter day output. It was just a couple years ago when Keith was asked about a new album, an
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3 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Well, probably there is a long way to go from "ideas for songs" to actual songs... Seemingly it was just talk with Alexis, not like picking up an instrument and saying 'you know, it goes like this'. For some people probably an idea is some kind of riff, a chord sequence or a melody or lyric sketch, but for Brian that seemed to more like intellectual idea with no musical or any
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3 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Very true, R Dog, what you said about the Stones offering soon pretty convenient stuff. They would be very soon yesterday's papers, as far as trends and nailing the zeitgeit goes. But still they had, like always, a certain edge in their music. Something the Beatles never had. You mention "Wild Horses", but the true hit of the day was "Brown Sugar" - something in contr
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3 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Just thinking of the times when the Beatles call it quits, what they really had anymore to say? The Stones provided a soundtrack for the times with "Gimme Shelter", and there were so much hot things going on. I mean, "All You Need Is Love" was something spot on to catch the zeitgeist of the times in the summer of love. But what what things like "Let It Be" or "H
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4 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Quotetreaclefingers QuoteCongratulations Quotetreaclefingers One of my favourite Beatles songs is "Don't Let Me Down"...I think it's a rarer cut that shows the Beatles had some soul. In fact, it's one of the songs which I think is closer to a "Stones sound" (clearly why I probably like it) and I could totally see Mick singing that. I think it's closer
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4 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteHairball Yeah doxa..you're posts are meaningless to me, and I wonder why I'm even bothering replying to the above. I need to remind myself to IGNORE! I know that. You don't give a shit what other people think. So cool. Just me, me, me and my opinions without any slightest responsibility of their consequences or the respect of other people. There are lots of people like you i
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4 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteHairball I dislike much of Paul's solo material, as well as some of his Beatles material. And I don't agree with Rick Rubin's opinion regarding Paul as the greatest bass player ever. But this thread is about 'Beatles stuff',, and some people like both the Stones and the Beatles - me being one of them! I guess none of us knows your inner feelings. But what we know i
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4 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteCongratulations QuoteDoxa Yes, the Stones fans are so stupid, and Hairball knows better. Some of Stones fans actually even like WANDERING SPIRIT (and even do not despise or hate Mick Jagger by principle), but of course, it is nothing compared to Paul McCartney's - the genius who can no do wrong - masterpiece albums he had provided constantly. Funny guy, but odd agenda. - Doxa I
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4 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Yes, the Stones fans are so stupid, and Hairball knows better. Some of Stones fans actually even like WANDERING SPIRIT (and even do not despise or hate Mick Jagger by principle), but of course, it is nothing compared to Paul McCartney's - the genius who can no do wrong - masterpiece albums he had provided constantly. Funny guy, but odd agenda. EDIT: haha, he edited his claim how weak
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4 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Yes, the Stones fans are so stupid, and Hairball knows better. Some of Stones fans actually even like WANDERING SPIRIT (and even do not despise or hate Mick Jagger by principle), but of course, it is nothing compared to Paul McCartney's - the genius who can no do wrong - masterpiece albums he had provided constantly. Funny guy, but odd agenda. - Doxa
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4 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Quotetreaclefingers QuoteHairball High praise for "Beatle Paul" from Rick Rubin: Rick Rubin says Paul McCartney is the “best of all bass players” "He's number one" Beatle Paul Rick Rubin has said Paul McCartney is the “best of all bass players” in a new interview. Speaking to MOJO magazine, Rubin said he thought McCartney was the best bass player of all tim
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4 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteTopi QuoteHairball Yes, can't wait! And hopefully it's sooner than later, but after nearly two very long decades since ABB, a few extra weeks and even months will seem like the blink of an eye. Lets HOPE it happens!!! I thought those decades went by kinda quickly! Yeah, it feels it was just a while ago when we started discussing here the first impressions of "Rough
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4 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Quotewanderingspirit66 Wow! Am a bit surprised at the reactions here to what I presumed was a somewhat innocuous post on how chat GPT and AI interpret the structure of a Rolling Stones song based on all that is available in the public domain. Honestly, I didn’t imagine that this is what would tick people off in a public forum in a thread that has been replete with incongruous rubbish for so long
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5 ***days ***ago
Doxa
An apt intervention, BV. Thanks. But let us hope that there is not only a tour building up, but also an album... - Doxa
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5 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Yeah, true Taylor1, that Brian's quote is a second-hand one, and naturally needs to be a bit careful with those. But since we do not have an access to people's mind - you know, what they really think - we need to go with the evidence, be the source whatever, we have. And build our stories from the base of those. But I think those by her (name escapes me) sound pretty plausible. Sounds l
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5 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteTaylor1 Jagger said in his 1968 interview with Jann Webber in Rolling Stone that Between the Buttons was not any good except for Back Street Girl. The difference to Brian mocking their first, just released album (and three moths earlier released EP) is that in the case of Brian those were all they had at the time, and his declaration that they have come musically to a "full stop"
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5 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteHis Majesty QuoteDoxa Hehe.. Sounds like Brian had some musical disagreements about the direction of the group from pretty early on.... But going back to Richmond to play with the Yardbirds seemed to matter him musically more. Brian obviously had difficulties to deal with the pop world him and the Stones now belonged to. - Doxa This has put me off him. 'He said he's in t
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6 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Hehe.. Sounds like Brian had some musical disagreements about the direction of the group from pretty early on.... But going back to Richmond to play with the Yardbirds seemed to matter him musically more. Brian obviously had difficulties to deal with the pop world him and the Stones now belonged to. - Doxa
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6 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Good work, HM! Bill's back-up singing duties didn't last that long, but probably he thought that 'well, as I happen to stand here now, so shall it be so' ... But yeah, for the working of crucial Charlie/Bill/Keith rhythm section, and especially seeing/anticipating what the leader of them, Keith, was doing, it was handy to be close to the man, taking the difficulties in
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7 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteChristiaan Just My Imagination My favourite version. I hope Barrett didnt mind Mick a bit changing the lyrics. Not just the New York bit, but here that punkish "In reality, she doesn't @#$%&' KNOW ME!.." - Doxa
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7 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Yeah I get to know the Stones version of "Money" in a collection called NO STONE UNTURNED - at the time a handy album for an an amateur collector as me to get rare b-sides and other rare tracks from a Decca era. I guess the album was released initially in early 70's - one of those ABKCO releases the band hated so much at the time. I bought later the original EP and damn it is a
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