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13 ***days ***ago
shawnriffhard1
I've read other things with him saying that that was a tough tune to play. Hard , athletic workout.
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4 ***weeks ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Quotewith sssoul QuoteLady Jayne Good to see photos of Keith in particular looking lively and well after a very long flight back in Kent Funny that they haven't caught on that the chappie in the cap at the Perth airport was a red herring, not the Mick at all. Are we sure about that? I get the impression he flew with them to Abu Dhabi, then onto LA by himself.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
shawnriffhard1
QuoteGlam Descendant By your logic they never should have revisited CYHMK, since it stayed "dropped from the setlist" for over 30 years (presuming they did actually play it in 1971). Why attempt to douse others' enthusiasm to hear a song they've never seen performed on stage? Here, here. Moonlight Mile and Sway both fall into this category(I'm hugely grateful to have seen them both), a
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2 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Yes.
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2 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Fool on the Hill was fantastic for me. I thought her voice and phrasing were tremendous. I didn't see every performance, but I thought Imagine Dragons were aggressively bland and boring. I also can't see any reason to be hostile about the shirt. I'm sure Paul and Ringo were fine with it.
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2 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Absolutely ridiculous assertion. I've seen both plenty of times, and like DEmerson said, "I'd never go to China to see Bruce",but while the E Street band has a large horn section, to say that he relies on the horn section is insane. The guitar playing in the band is and always has been impeccable. Whether Steve Van Zandt or Nils Lofgren, Bruce or the amazing Tom Morello. The horns have
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3 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
QuoteGreen Lady Charlie with Tim Rice, watching cricket: Forget Tim Rice, that's Chris Jagger on the left, isn't it?
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3 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
This guy William M Smith says Billy Preston opened the evening show in Houston. Is that true? First I've heard of that.
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3 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Not sure how TW is a put on. To me, he is the greatest artist of his time. Since his first album in 1973, I don't think anyone has out paced him with the exception of Led Zeppelin. His songwriting has been incredibly satisfying to my ears, mind and soul equally.
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4 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Beautiful, congrats. I don't know much about steel guitars,is the idea that each neck is in a different tuning?
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4 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
"There's a (early) version of it on "Mahoney's Last Stand" as well (Wood/Lane album that came out after IGMOATD)". What's the name of this early version? I don't recognize it from the song list of MLStand.
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5 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Hey Monkey. Got 1 for tonight for $85. GA STANDING Text Shawn 267 339 4269. Thx
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5 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
My buddy had to bail out at the last second. I'll be there by 9:00. Text Shawn 267 339 4269. Thanks. Apologies, wasn't thinking. Should have posted this in ticket trade and can't figure out how to do it now.
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5 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Yes, I too am perplexed about this. SFTD from Detroit? Never heard about this, nor have I ever heard about Little Queenie being from Detroit. Always thought that was an outtake from NYC. Does anyone have more information?
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5 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Nothing turned up in the search about this, but I can't believe it hasn't been talked about before. Amazing stuff. What a huge inventory of material. So much to look through, and I'm just getting started, but it looks promising as hell.
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6 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Woo Hoo! What a night. Just got back to Philly after spending the night driving around NYC looking at some of Banksy's work; now I've got standing room for both nights!Sometimes things just work out.
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6 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Just got off the phone with the Cutting Room. Info will be on their website by 10am tomorrow. It feels to me that tix will also go on sale then. They did say there would be one private show, so like others have said, probably will be the Thursday show.
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6 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Sorry. He did the music for Bunny House, but wasn't in it.
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6 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
bunny something
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7 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
A quick shout out to the IORRian world to see if anyone has a recommendation for somewhere cool to go for a beer. Found myself here unexpectedly after a trip to the Holocaust Museum and have no idea about the place. Thanks in advance!
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7 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Cosmo Vinyl, Bernie Rhodes, Jane Rose, Jade Jagger and Mick Jagger backstage at The Clash show at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on September 25, 1982.
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7 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
The Clash, Philadelphia, PA, 1982
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7 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
One year to the day after the Still Life tour opener. Apparently The Clash weren't treated well by the always warm and welcoming Philly crowd?! Bottles and fruit being thrown at them. Here are some attendees accounts of the day-
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7 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
QuoteCristiano Radtke I just found this one, of Mick with Mick Jones, via Corbis images. On "The Future is Unwritten" documentary, Joe Strummer talks about how the Stones music changed his life, or something like that. Pretty sure this is the Who's Last tour, 1982 (sponsored by Schlitz beer-God awful piss). JFK Stadium Philadelphia.
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7 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
After reading Linda Keith's words (I can't tell from the story if these are recent quotes in relation to the movie or not) I thought I'd post this by Jimi's much longer term girlfriend, Kathy Ethchingham. I wasn't there, but her story sounds very plausible to me. I'm always leary of projects that don't have permission to use the real music, but then the Hendrix family is by no means 100 % pure an
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7 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
QuoteRollingFreak I love Ya Yas but I have to imagine there's quite a bit of overdubbing. I'm not very good at pointing that stuff out, but it all sounds REALLY good and I kind of question the whole thing when there's proof of at least a few overdubs. I still listen to the album and think "it might be a bit doctored, but its still epic". Hell, I love Kiss's Alive album and the whole thi
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7 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Can someone (Mathijs or someone equally qualified) give a ruling here? It sounds like Keith to my ears, but they've betrayed me before.
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7 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
One album I haven't seen mentioned that I really love came out in 1982 on CBS record called The Jimi Hendrix Concerts. I don't know if it's available anymore but it had amazing versions of Are You Experienced, Little Wing and IMO, the best Voodoo Child. All the original sources are probably out in their full show versions now, but at the time it was an absolute gold mine.
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8 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
QuoteNo Expectations QuoteTheGreek good ole captain trips . i sure miss him a lot . some of the best times i had was going to see the dead live .sure miss those days !!!!!!!!!!! +1 +2
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8 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Quotenomis Play With Fire, Alpine Valley, 1989 - played 45 times One Hit to the Body, Alpine Valley, 89 - played 18 times Brand New Car, RFK Stadium 1994 - played 7 times that is played only once or twice in front of an audience
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