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3 ***days ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Quotecamper88 There are at least three kinds of lyrics in Stones songs: 1. The lyrics that we hear and understand and know pretty much what they mean, although we may disagree on the exact meaning or historical reference. 2. The lyrics we mishear and misunderstand, and as a result don't know what they mean, (I'll never leave your pizza burning) and 3. The lyrics we hear and understand but we
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8 ***days ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Hopefully this a good omen with Mick Taylor playing!
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11 ***days ***ago
shawnriffhard1
QuoteJames Kirk WOW! Could they have picked more boring markets to play in? No New York, Boston, Chicago, L.A, but they are playing Stones strong holds like Milwaukee, Columbus and Raleigh??? I understand that they didn't hit these markets last time around, but I thought for sure they would have thrown in some of the traditional strong Stones markets. Why didn't you go to Spock's funeral?
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11 ***days ***ago
shawnriffhard1
QuoteMoreFastNumbers Santa Clara is definitely out of the schedule. Says who?
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21 ***days ***ago
shawnriffhard1
QuoteVideoJames I knew brother David back in the late 70's and he asked me to help track down a "special" version of Gimme Shelter that they made that was stolen, it had back stage footage and concert footage not used in the released filmed. The film ran a little over an hour. The extra footage was not the footage that was used in the DVD special release. This was a private personal
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21 ***days ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Hey Custom, Can you tell us about the footage you saw?
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21 ***days ***ago
shawnriffhard1
GGardens is a documentary the brothers made about two of Jackie O's cousins. Then JLange and DBarrymore made a movie on HBO that shows the brothers coming to film them. well worth a look (both of them). I had the privilege of seeing an appearance he did on a Saturday and Sunday last year at a theater in LA where he showed a bunch of shorts on one day, then the next it was all Beatles 64, first
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4 ***weeks ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Quote And please stop with any talk of Wyman coming back--he hasn't played with the band in 25 years! Yeah, actually he played with them a little over two years ago.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Wasn't Bowie the guy that Keith stayed awake with for nine days or something like that in the early 70s? How much closer can two guys get? Besides, well you know, like Bowie and Jagger.
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5 ***weeks ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Complete craziness. There are about 10-15 people out of 15-20,000 people who are there because of MT. I love him, have seen him 4 times solo, saw the RW/MT Jimmy Reed shows, saw two fantastic shows in Philly in 2013, but for real, his appearance or not for one tune, plus his bit of acoustic on Satisfaction means virtually nothing even to the hardest of the hardcore. He hopefully made a buck or t
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6 ***weeks ***ago
shawnriffhard1
IMO, Texas 1978 is every bit as good as the MTaylor shows, but MUCH more enjoyable to watch as there is good camera coverage all around and a great, fun, engaged vibe from the band, rather than the detached, Gods on Mt Olympus vibes of 72 & 73.
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7 ***weeks ***ago
shawnriffhard1
QuoteStonedRambler Quoteveronus Laugh i nearly die This
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7 ***weeks ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Quotelem motlow QuoteGasLightStreet I was surprised to find out way after the fact that Jagger had apparently even considered touring the US. For who? Who would bother to go see Jagger solo? A whole lot of nobody. The thought "Mick Jagger should do a solo tour!" never once crossed my mind. Shitty songs on shitty albums. Nothing he did captured anyone. Meanwhile Mr Solo St
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7 ***weeks ***ago
shawnriffhard1
I think we're looking at "creative journalism" here. I was at the height of my Stones mania, and I don't remember ever hearing about any cancelled solo tour. I'm sure if tickets ever went on sale (again, I don't believe this actually happened), it would have been big news if he couldn't sell tickets. Just doesn't make any sense. I think playing in Australia and Japan was far enough away
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2 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Awesome work Swiss! Thanks a bunch. I really thought it may have been a hallucination as I was kind of asleep when I passed it. Thanks again.
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2 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Hello, I'm reaching out to the IORRers to see if anyone knows where wall murals of MJ and Alice Cooper are in downtown LA. I passed by this building a few weeks ago but now can't recall where it is and can't find anything on the web about it. Thanks in advance for any insight.
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2 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Nah, fantastic thread. Very interesting. Certain that Keith is laughing along with us. This conversation has been going on as long as there have been die-hard fans. Totally adds to the fun of this 50 year love affair.
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2 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Quotemtaylor Bill Wyman knocked unconscious by an electrical shock from a microphone stand 1965. I guess you can say the microphone was malfunction. Never heard about this. Do you know where and when it happened?
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3 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
QuoteTheGreek QuoteMathijs QuoteTheGreek Mathijs totally wrong about Keith and the amount of instruments used live on stage between 69-89 . Keith used more than 2-4 instruments per show . sometimes i wonder how you make this stuff up .our eyes do not lie to us and i am sure there are others here that will verify this as FACT. Really? 1969: Dan Armstrong for standard tuning, LP Custom for op
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4 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Sweet Virginia is probably from MSG 72
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4 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
How about the Toad's Place story?
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4 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Monkey Man in the middle break down part was always a part of my high school bong sessions. We'd all wait for it and air drum it together.
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4 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Quotestonehearted Also worth mentioning is Hand Of Fate--love the way his drums change tempo during the guitar solo parts, each time with a different groove and hi hat signature. Hear, hear! Love Crazy Mama and Everything is Turning to Gold as well.
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4 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Quote Philly 2 last year. After the show, my wife (she's seen the Stones about 15 times since 81) asks "who was that guitarist . . . he stole the show." (referring to CYHMK, which has disappeared). you are right, we cannot have that. What do you mean "disappeared"? A quick YouTube check and it's right there. I too am tremendously disappointed as that show was in my top
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5 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Great. Thank you!
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5 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Hello. Can someone please explain how to add an image to a post? I've tried using the add image tab and copying and pasting the URL, but I just keep getting the text of the location with no image. Tried saving to my phone and copying too, but no luck. Thanks.
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5 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Bono and Dennis Hopper
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7 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
As this is my favorite show of the 25 I've seen, I look forward to hearing the soundboard and hopefully a great quality video. I cannot fathom DCBA's take on the 94 tour, however. I love it. They found, for me, the sweet pocket of looseness and discipline. Imaginative setlists, great enthusiasm, and perfect staging, lighting and wardrobe (save the SFMan skirt!). Only No Security rivals it for me.
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8 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Johnny Ramone
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8 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Here's what I could find : The single The single was planned in advance by Phil Carson from the London office of Atlantic Records. The manager of Led Zeppelin, Peter Grant, was unaware of what was about to transpire until Grant received word that over 500 singles had been pressed and had been shipped to Manchester for distribution. Grant had stipulated to Carson that under the contract Led Z
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