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2 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Quotedrewmaster An utterly captivating track, so gentle and yet menacing. The mood is so vivid, it’s like being front-row in a theater, watching a scene that you can’t take your eyes off of. And Mick’s harp … ohhhhhhh baby, it doesn’t get any sweeter than this. Dark, mesmerizing, and sublime. Little Rain is a perfect example of the Stones’ genius at taking a simple musical idea and transformin
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3 ***days ***ago
Doxa
No IORR without Dandie. Well done, my friend. - Doxa
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6 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteHairball Doxa is completely "Out of Control" with his irrational ramblings and insults...he should consider anger management... Again: "At least they have a great past to live off of - especially from the first 20 years of their history. Looking forward to the next compilation" Looking forward (or backwards) to the next compilation and/or vault release which would
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6 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteTheflyingDutchman What do you expect from the current Rolling Stones, Doxa? Nothing. But doesn't take anything out of how great "Doo Doo Doo', and its new video, is. - Doxa
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6 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteHairball Quotefrankotero More and more I really believe they'll wait until after The Stones have ended before new music is released. Chuck Berry and David Bowie did something similar. I don't think they want to hear the critics rip it apart. Just my thought on the subject. Seems to be the case frankotero, and in the meantime it's all about the oldies but goodies for a nosta
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7 ***days ***ago
Doxa
A very good video. And damn it is a great song. A classic. Thanks for the video reminding me of that. - Doxa
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8 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteHairball Another drunken insult from little old man Doxa... Mini people have mini ideas. - Doxa
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8 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteHairball Little old "Mini Doxa" is on another drunken rampage having crawled out from under his rock.... Mini people have mini ideas. - Doxa
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8 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteHairball And the prices would be much less expensive, along with the possibility of many setlist changes from one show to the next- not just one song here or there. Might not be as great as experiencing the real deal, but a variety of things that the current Stones have lost touch with could be brought back virtually... They could even throw in a few mistakes from Keith and Ronnie he
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8 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Let's see how many awful ideas to mock the Stones this mini fan/troll called Hairball is able to come with. A pretty good start. - Doxa
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8 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteHairball Due to the writers block and/or Mick and Keiths inability to write together anymore, maybe they could record some new and updated versions of some of their early originals. Contemporary cover versions of their own tunes! Might be farfetched, but consider the writings already done...just give the tunes a facelift, and they could almost sound brand new. Probably not the best idea, b
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8 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteHairball QuoteMabru When Ghost Town came out I really thought we could expect more maybe not a full album but an EP with 4 or 5 songs. Hopefully we still get some new songs although I’m not really counting on it I thought so also, at least another single...especially prior to this recent run of shows, but no dice. Speaking of Ghost Town, now that Mick caught Covid himself very recently (a
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11 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Quotebakersfield As I've often said before, DW was seen as a return to form after the sterile Undercover. Even Keith Richards agreed with a journalist that Undercover was 'dull'. But... it has become an article of faith on this board to hate DW for some reason. To my ears side two of Undercover sounds phoned-in compared to side two of Dirty Work which is a solid run of good songs I
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17 ***days ***ago
Doxa
I think the irony of that Slim Harpo cover quote by Mick from 1968 - that Hairball repeats again and again and sounding like hitting a wall with it - is that the Stones had been a couple of years a band based purely on releasing original material. AFTERMATH, BETWEEN THE BUTTONS, SATANIC MAJESTIES... (yeah, FLOWERS contained one years earlier cut cover soul song). But just after the quote the band
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19 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteWinning Ugly VXII This is what I don't understand about the Rolling Stones' set list choices ..... They make the 2022 tour debut of "Out of Control" in Stockholm despite the fact that they performed it there in 2014. It would have made much more sense to me to have played "Out of Control" somewhere else such as Lyon maybe and then do "Heartbreaker&q
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20 ***days ***ago
Doxa
England won. On with the show!
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20 ***days ***ago
Doxa
What Einsteins here. Is it some kind of self-therapy or what is the point of stating the obvious? That almost 80 years old Keith is not the young gun he once was. But Keith is going to hit the stage in a few minutes and tens of thousands are thrilled by his electrifying presence and efficient guitar playing. Once again. - Doxa
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20 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteEasterMan Both Mick and Keith are relying very much on backing musicians these days. Just think about how would Gimme Shelter sound today without the backing vocals? This is very true. But I think back in the 70's days when "Gimme Shelter" was such a guitar fiesta, Mick relied on that. His vocals were just riding on a storm, giving him pretty free hands to sing, shout or s
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20 ***days ***ago
Doxa
Quotekeefriffhards And oh yeah, plenty on this board dislike Keith. Yeah, isn't it hard to be the world biggest and most sensitive Keith Richards fanboy. On the site everybody loving that bloody lucky bitch Brenda and praising him all the time. It is so wrong. - Doxa
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21 ***days ***ago
Doxa
QuoteRaiseTheKnife Keith singing Gimme Shelter in the 90's was better and more authentic than any version with Mick since 2012 at least. Steve's drumming was much cooler back then also when he didn't play like he was afraid of stepping on someone's toes. Didn't Mick do similar 'forget the singing and the melody, and let's talk it thru and pose dramaticall
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27 ***days ***ago
Doxa
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27 ***days ***ago
Doxa
That was a great interview! Good to see John's in good spirits again. I like his humor, accent, working class palness and whatever. Always make me laugh. Saw some time ago a punk history series. His wit, common sense and take on the times was freshing among all that nostalgia hype by other talking heads. What goes for a comment about Mick, those two English gentlemen have a secret love af
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4 ***weeks ***ago
Doxa
QuoteStoneage QuoteDoxa QuoteStoneage You forgot some factors; like age, ability and comfort. Changes means less predictability, more work and higher risk. If you can pull it through with less work and less risk you tend to that. Why overdo it? (To play the devil's advocate here...) One possible factor not mentioned yet: they might actually like playing those tunes. They are pretty good
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4 ***weeks ***ago
Doxa
QuoteStoneage You forgot some factors; like age, ability and comfort. Changes means less predictability, more work and higher risk. If you can pull it through with less work and less risk you tend to that. Why overdo it? (To play the devil's advocate here...) One possible factor not mentioned yet: they might actually like playing those tunes. They are pretty good tunes (the ones we call
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5 ***weeks ***ago
Doxa
Quotedimrstone Quotebye bye johnny The Rolling Stones invite Ukrainian choir to perform on stage in Vienna The Rolling Stones have invited a boys and girls choir from Ukraine to perform with them onstage in Vienna as part of their Sixty tour. The Dzvinochok boys choir and Vognyk girls choir group, alongside their choirmaster Ruben Tolmachov, managed to travel from Kyiv by road to the Ernst
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5 ***weeks ***ago
Doxa
Quotedrbryant Interesting how “Miss You” seems to be the pivotal song in the set these days - the one that really gets the crowd going. I remember some folks used to take a bathroom break during “Miss You”, but mo more. In the shows I've been in the past I recall "Miss You" always receiving a warm reception, making people dance and sing-along, especially the female section. It i
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5 ***weeks ***ago
Doxa
QuoteWitness QuoteDoxa Following the band too closely seemingly makes one's life miserable. Every gig always a disappointment. One thing that seems to be forgotten in this stamp collecting culture in which a varied setlist is a value of its own is that any new song for the tour loses its impact pretty soon (after one or two performances). For example, the Stones playing "Out of Time&
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5 ***weeks ***ago
Doxa
QuoteRockman With all that sugar pumpin from jelly babies youd just about reckon those Mop Top boys woulda been able ta just keep playin an playin ..... Yeah, but 10 years start to be maximum for a pop band. For a longer career one needs a stronger constitution. We Stones fans are lucky son of bitches. Or, if take a look at certain behavior in IORR, acting like spoiled kids... - Doxa
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5 ***weeks ***ago
Doxa
QuoteVoodooLounge13 Y’know I wonder if this plays into Mick’s thoughts at all…….. My middle child, and oldest son, just finished listening to the Beatles in order (except he wanted to save Abbey Road for last cuz he knew I regard it as their best) so he listened to Let It Be first, which really is fine because it was recorded first. Anyway, Abbey Road is an absolute masterpiece. Not one dud or
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5 ***weeks ***ago
Doxa
Following the band too closely seemingly makes one's life miserable. Every gig always a disappointment. One thing that seems to be forgotten in this stamp collecting culture in which a varied setlist is a value of its own is that any new song for the tour loses its impact pretty soon (after one or two performances). For example, the Stones playing "Out of Time" does not seem to
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