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14 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
Due to various personal reasons I shall no longer be posting here anymore. My health has been a bit iffy for the past 6 or so months, been to docs to get this seen to and that's an ongoing thing... but also studying computing at college and then hitting the internet at home is just way too much screen time and I think it's part of why i've been feeling wonky. My health, real life, and stu
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14 ***days ***ago
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I like his 1966 - 1967 experimental pop star image. Keith and Brian at Ready Steady Go in October 1966 image wise is just a whole lot of aceness for me.
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14 ***days ***ago
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Quote2000 LYFH Quoteelectricmud It is played by Keith. But as far as I remember copying Jimmy Page`s solo/licks from the earlier session at Regent Sounds note by note. Tom I assume you are referring to the Metamorphosis version that Page played? No, not that one, but the one you can hear in the the Chatlie Is My Darling film. I think it was also on an ALO Orchestra album from around th
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16 ***days ***ago
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Most likely a telecaster with an AC30.
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16 ***days ***ago
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Quoteliddas With the slide I normally use a Telecaster of an SG. And yes, my slide is heavy and the amp always overdriven! But what I get is close to the Love You Live slide sound. It lacks the brilliant sound of the studio version. C Don't overdrive the amp and don't use humbuckers, the studio version features a pretty clean sound with single coils.
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17 ***days ***ago
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Quotestonehearted <<Strawberry Fields/Penny Lane was a double A side.>> Then what was on the B-side? There wasn't a B side.
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17 ***days ***ago
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Strawberry Fields/Penny Lane was a double A side.
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18 ***days ***ago
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QuoteMathijs Now, if I remember right: in that Beggars song-by-song interview with Richards from the late 80's or early 90's, didn't he state there that Nicky played the mandolin sound there? It's the same interview where he states that he played the slide on JSP. Mathijs Keith said Nicky suggested they should have violin/fiddle on the track.
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19 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman A lovely chaos of credits It is Mason on mellotron, and not Cooder on mandolin on FG, though... It is a mellotron, but no one involved has said who played the mellotron on that track, including Dave Mason.
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19 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
Silly stones gear.
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20 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDoxa What the hell is matter what does it sounds like? It is recorded some 43 years ago, while I was some 4 years old, and the point to be a Rolling Stones fan and contribute in this site is is "to be as close as possible to The Rolling Stones or a Rolling Stone". This track is something dead years old, recorded damn faraway where I live, and it has nothing to do with the Rolling S
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21 ***days ***ago
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It wasn't his band, he didn't play on every album and he didn't play on every tour. Good and essential man of course, but let's not let wonky info fly free.
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21 ***days ***ago
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QuoteNICOS I don't see Mick on this one it's Bianca, Bobby, Jim and..... Bianca, Mick, Bobby and Jim by the mobile truck @ Nellcote. Who shot it? Mick is on the right.
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22 ***days ***ago
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Quotetreaclefingers Quoterunaway I do enjoy to get this vinyl single 7" out of the archive and listen to the b-side of Jumpin' Jack Flash: "Child Of The Moon" outstanding track since 1968, it shines by itself just listen and look at the beautiful David Bailey's photographs front/cover. This has to be one of my favourite, if not my favourite 45 covers, front and back. Absolutel
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22 ***days ***ago
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Maybe remove the dates except for when the band formed? Established 1962. or something. The dates under the members names does make it seem a bit like a gravestone. They were/are all members of the band, when they joined or left doesn't really need to be highlighted, does it? I suggestd adding more instruments, but i agree with what someone said above, maybe best for sharpness etc
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22 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
Awful, cheap crap.
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22 ***days ***ago
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Quotekleermaker Seeing them in Rotterdam big stadium in 1982. Seeing them in Wembley 1995.
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22 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDoxa QuoteHis Majesty The member order looks fine. How come I not being very surprised you thinking so... - Doxa
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22 ***days ***ago
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QuoteOzHeavyThrobber Did they have it in the Satanics sessions did they? No.
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22 ***days ***ago
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Quote71Tele One of the greatest pop Stones tracks. Its inclusion on TSMR would have changed the entire album. The inclusion of Gimme Shelter would have changed the entire Beggars Banquet album.
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22 ***days ***ago
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QuoteThickerThanThieves I think this song would have fit better on Satanic. Impossible as Satanic was released before COTM was recorded.
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22 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
The member order looks fine.
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23 ***days ***ago
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Quotestonehearted In one of his last interviews, if not the last interview, Brian is asked if he'll attend the Hyde Park free concert to see his old band perform, and he cynically observes that they would probably charge him admission. Planning shows like that would take some time I would think, because you've got to clear it with the City and so forth. No, that is some babble from suppos
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23 ***days ***ago
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Quotestonesrule His Majesty, I was invited to attend the proposed July concert in late May 1969. Are you sure it wasn't early - mid June? I ask because they didn't have a replacement for Brian until Taylor said yes to the offer in early June and it seems unlikely that they would organise a concert until they had a confirmed replacement for Brian in place. Organising Hyde Park in May 196
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23 ***days ***ago
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Quotemichaelsavage None. Lucky enough to see every tour from 1969 onwards Damn, so close, but yah missed out on the original band!
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23 ***days ***ago
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Get well soon Andrew.
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23 ***days ***ago
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Quotestonesrule FYI, The 1969 Hyde Park concert was organized more than a month before Brian's death. Less than a month.
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23 ***days ***ago
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Quotecolonial QuoteHis Majesty The instrument makes for wonkyness because they all played more than those. His Majesty..yea its just a rough layout I'll put all the instruments on it.Wikipedia has Mick for Vocals,Harmonia,Guitar,Keyboards,Bass Guitar,Drums.should I put Drums on it ya reckon some people might question me on it because they've never seen Mick on Drums before. That's going to b
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23 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
The instrument makes for wonkyness because they all played more than those.
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23 ***days ***ago
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When will it be acceptable to discuss L'Wren's death, it's effect on Jagger and the stones, any quips Keith will probably come up with about it etc etc? Brian Jones, his life, his character and his death has been discussed loads of times here with little to no concern about privacy or respect for the deceased or his living relations.
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