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9 ***days ***ago
saltoftheearth
Quotemisterfrias It’s all about the money. Roger Waters would have done it too. This would be particularly ironic because Clinton Heylin writes in his book about the history of bootlegs that bootleggers released a record from an Pink Floyd concert at the beginning of a tour within one week, and all four members of the group (including Waters) bought a copy.
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9 ***days ***ago
saltoftheearth
Yesterday it was in the news that Eric Clapton sues a woman from Germany for up to 250.000 Euros for the breach of his copyrights and his publishing rights. What happened was that her late husband bought a live CD with an unlicensed live recording (from the series LIVE IN USA) which was offered officially in German Stores for about 10 Euros. I also bought that CD back then, and although it was ob
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11 ***days ***ago
saltoftheearth
QuoteKeithNacho Ritchie Blackmore was asked around 1977 when he wiill retire from music. He answered that while people come to his concerts he will continue playing But his playing deteriorated druing the last tour so it is no more a pleasure to listen to.It has something to do with age...
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12 ***days ***ago
saltoftheearth
Maybe it would not have been a bad idea to bring Mick Taylor on to fill out the sound, even for those who do not know him.
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16 ***days ***ago
saltoftheearth
Quoteschwonek Quoteyearsinthemaking Does anyone know the source of this video? I know it's been on YouTube for years. It's certainly a professional single shot camera with soundboard audio. I've always wondered if there was more to it than just SFM and who is in possession of it? Well. Maybe they filmed the entire concert.... Let's bring it on! They are said to have
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16 ***days ***ago
saltoftheearth
No offence here but judging from the youtube videos I think that Paul McCartney's voice menawhile is shot to pieces and painful to listen to. It's a problem of aging so he can do nothing about it. He is a great musician, and there are recordings from the past which are truly great! I do not take both statements seriously because I never participated in the Beatles - Stones contest. B
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5 ***weeks ***ago
saltoftheearth
Bjornulf, just forget all this in spite of the great website you are administering! I appreciate your 'cleanup' practices to keep the discussions on topic, and therefore you have my deep sympathy and my great respect. This is what counts and not the bullshit some journalists are writing (but please remember, there are others among them!). Once I read a Rolling Stones board without a
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5 ***weeks ***ago
saltoftheearth
There is nothing from the Tour of Europe so far where they were on fire. And thersoundboard of the Nicaraguan Benefit Concert in LA would be great.
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6 ***weeks ***ago
saltoftheearth
Keith's playing better this tour... apart from the amateurish solos on SFTD (you would reprimand a school band guitarist for this).
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6 ***weeks ***ago
saltoftheearth
From all we know there can be no doubt that Brian Jones was the driving force behind the Rolling Stones in the early days. And then there was the marketing strategy by Andrew Loog Oldham. If you state that it was all Mick and Keith's merits that is seen from hindsight. And I do think that there were many accidental events in the band's carreer which made their success lasting. There
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2 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
Unfotunately ByronBerline is no longer alive to play with them at Nashville, but what about Al Perkins?
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2 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
I always considered the cover of It's Only Rock'n Roll to be excellent. It's irony, sure, and it fits into the mid-12970s perfectly!
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2 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
chicks & money
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2 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
The classic album of Commander Cody & his Planet Airmen is Live From Deep In The Heart Of Texas (1973) You cannot compare it with Stones music but it ist thoroughly enjoyable.
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2 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
This would have made a great charity album for the research of heart diseases.
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3 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
QuoteThe Joker The live version featuring Eric Clapton at Madison Square Garden in 1975 is also dreadful, and this time Mick Jagger is singing so off-rhythm during the verses it almost hurts.
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3 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
For me it was out of the question that at least the forthcoming US tour will not be canceled becaus of Charlie passing. Remember, it's a million dollar business not only for the band but also for the promoters, stadium operators, merchandise and food stores, etc. In these difficult times it seems important to go on out of respect to those who depend on the tour business. And Charlie knew abo
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3 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
For me, collecting bootleg LPs back in the late 1970s was exciting non only because of the unreleased live recordings you were able to listen to (although the sound quality was sometimes horrible!) but also for the artwork and creativity on the covers. Some bootleg titles were really special, and among the best are those refering to Charlie: CHARLIE WATTS LIVE AT LEEDS (Leeds 1981, with a g
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4 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
Every artist is aging and losing much of his flexibility, that's a natural process. Originally, rock music was the music of young people for young people. Nobody ever thought that the stars woukd still be performing in their 70s and even 80s. It is not nostalgia if you find the old recordings much better than the newer ones. As a rock singer, in your 20s to 40s you can sing with a lightness
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4 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
QuoteTheflyingDutchman Quotesaltoftheearth If they invited Mick Taylor and made him part of the band they would still have four original members on stage. Mick Taylor is not an original member. He replaced Brian Jones. Funny to see now that the Stones have a black rhythm section. If you are that critical about it let's tate that he is former member, and he would be more fitting than so
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4 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
If they invited Mick Taylor and made him part of the band they would still have four original members on stage.
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4 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
I am a long-time Van fan, and besides some well-known classic tracks some of my favourite songs are obscure ones which he never ever performed live: (official version) (demo) So if you want to escape the Covid discussion try these songs...
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4 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
QuoteStonesfan2146 .... 13. Beast Of Burden (acoustic b-stage) 14. No Expectations (acoustic b-stage) No offence intended but do you really think that an acoustic version of Beast of vurden would work in a stadium? They played Lady Jane back in 2012 in London, and I would like to see that song in the setlist but although they have proven that they can still play it perfectly they obviou
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4 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
Meanwhile, let's go back to the famous Nuremberg festival, if only in words... from the Website Expectingrain (the concert recording is on youtube, a recording of the Clapton performance obviously has not surfaced although it exists, at least in parts) Open-Air-Festival at Nuremberg, Zeppelinfeld: Chicken Shack – Vince Weber – Lake – Eric Clapton – Champion Jack Dupree – Bob Dylan
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4 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
If you have some days to spend and are interested in history, you should not miss to visit Old Economy Village at Ambridge near Pittsburgh:
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4 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
I am eagerly waiting for a bootleg series release which comprises the World Tour 1978 and sthe STREET LEGAL album They should release concert recordings from Europe (Nuremberg, Zeppelinfeld, Blackbushe Aerodrome, or Paris) if there are decent soundboard recordings. These concerts were far better than the official Budokan album (which I appreciate anywway), and there seem to be outtakees and rehea
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5 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
Van Morrison - Montreux 1990: the concert of the century!! (I have seen him about ten times, and he was always great but this concert was the classic). It is available in perfect quality on a bootleg and on YouTube but the video which was shot there is still unreleased Mumford and Sons - Paris, Theatre Trianon: an intimate concert, they were world-class Bob Dylan (& Eric Clapton) - Nuer
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5 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
Today is my day: Birth Control - Long tall Sally (live) Rousing rocker form a German 1970s band.
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5 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
Beacon Street Union - A Not Very August Afternoon Rather obscure but great!
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5 ***months ***ago
saltoftheearth
A.B. Skhy - A.B. Skhy (1969) A great album! Just love the brass!
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