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Mick Jagger guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: bye bye johnny ()
Date: February 26, 2017 15:49



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Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: U2Stonesfan ()
Date: February 26, 2017 23:01

Cool! I look forward to it!

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: bye bye johnny ()
Date: March 10, 2017 13:50

Mick appears on “Drive Of Shame,” a song he and Paisley wrote with Matt Clifford.

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Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: BowieStone ()
Date: March 10, 2017 16:11

Yeah. Looking forward to it.
I'm seeing Brad tonight at the C2C Festival in London.

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: BowieStone ()
Date: March 24, 2017 23:48

Apparently the duet is very good.
Just read some tweets from Rolling Stone Country & Allmusic editors.

The Jagger/Paisley DUET is really good. Classic Mick vamping, Brad going crunchy on guitar.

Mick sounds terrific on it, doesn’t he? Best duet on the album
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Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: stonehearted ()
Date: March 25, 2017 00:07

Allow me to say what you're all thinking:

"If only he could duet as well with Keith [Richards]."

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: RipThisBone ()
Date: March 25, 2017 00:52

We are not thinking IF but knowing IT. Take a look at the Country Honk duetversion of Mick and Keith from Ole Ole Ole.

Not gonna buy this album because Mick guests on one song. Zzzzzzzzzzzz.....

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: stonehearted ()
Date: March 25, 2017 01:05

Quote
RipThisBone
We are not thinking IF but knowing IT. Take a look at the Country Honk duetversion of Mick and Keith from Ole Ole Ole.
I was referring to the writing and recording of new songs.

The third post in this thread indicates that Mick collaborated in writing this with Paisley and Matt Clifford.

Someone needs to lock Mick and Keith in the proverbial kitchen again and don't let them out until they've produced an album's worth of material...

...like they used to do: [www.youtube.com]

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: RipThisBone ()
Date: March 25, 2017 01:51

video: [youtu.be]

Me I like this one. Great songwriting. Great performance. Great lyrics.

KEITH KNOWS.

Baby Won't You Dance With Meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeehhh!!!

smileys with beer hot smiley

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: Hairball ()
Date: March 25, 2017 01:52

First Mick duets with Don Henley on a country tune, and now this?!!!
Nothing against Brad Paisley - he seems a cool dude - but his diehard fans are probably thinking "who the f*ck is Mick Jagger"?!!!

winking smiley

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Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: MisterDDDD ()
Date: March 25, 2017 02:01

Relax Sally(s)..

Mick likes to sing.
He does it well.

Good on him.

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: Maindefender ()
Date: March 25, 2017 12:41

Paisley's extremely popular, his albums sell. Jagger gets deserved exposure here, good for him I hope it's a great tune.

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: corriecas ()
Date: March 25, 2017 14:07

I am afraid i dont have too high expectations
jeroen

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: Woz ()
Date: March 25, 2017 17:28

>>>Nothing against Brad Paisley - he seems a cool dude - but his diehard fans are probably thinking "who the f*ck is Mick Jagger"?!!!<<<

He's a right wing Republican wing ding, nothing "cool" about him....

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: schillid ()
Date: March 25, 2017 17:33


Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: potus43 ()
Date: March 25, 2017 17:33

And YOU are a left wing idiot

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: potus43 ()
Date: March 25, 2017 17:35

Quote
Woz
>>>Nothing against Brad Paisley - he seems a cool dude - but his diehard fans are probably thinking "who the f*ck is Mick Jagger"?!!!<<<

He's a right wing Republican wing ding, nothing "cool" about him....

Left wing nut are you. It's always the lefties who start the politics on this site. By the way, we WON! HA HA

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: BowieStone ()
Date: March 25, 2017 17:36

Quote
Woz
>>>Nothing against Brad Paisley - he seems a cool dude - but his diehard fans are probably thinking "who the f*ck is Mick Jagger"?!!!<<<

He's a right wing Republican wing ding, nothing "cool" about him....


Huh? Where did you get that?
Is that prejudice? Country=right wing. You should change your mind about that.

Brad was a huge Obama supporter. I don't think a lot of right wing republicans voted for Obama.

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: potus43 ()
Date: March 25, 2017 17:38

It's typical. Country = right wing to these lefty nuts

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: bye bye johnny ()
Date: April 13, 2017 13:47

The path that led to Brad Paisley's "Drive of Shame" with Mick Jagger


Photo by Jeff Fusco/Getty Images

The first time lots of folks thought of Brad Paisley and the Rolling Stones in the same breath was when the Rock and Roll Hall-of-Famers invited the West Virginia native to open for them two years ago as their Zip Code Tour passed through Nashville.

Much to Brad’s surprise, Mick Jagger had been keeping up with him from the very beginning.

“It's a really fascinating and flattering thing,” Brad tells ABC Radio. “When we started opening shows for them, it came from him. He had sent his assistant in 1999 to the record stores in London to get Who Needs Pictures,” he says of his debut album.

“He said, 'You may not know it, but when your first album came out, I wanted to hear what you were doing lyrically, and I had heard a few of the songs and the guitar playing and thought, I need to hear this guy.' And he had kinda kept up with me!”

Brad recalls he had no idea Jagger was a fan until a friend overheard him talking about the country singer one year at the Grammys.

“The next thing you know…they had people sitting in with them that first tour back, I went and did that,” Brad says, remembering playing with the Stones in Philadelphia.

From there, the “Today” hitmaker and the “Satisfaction” singer became friends.

“We got to know each other and then they had us open in Nashville and we got to know each other some more,” he reveals. “We went to dinner a few times, and I finally just said, 'You need to come back here when we are off!'”

That led to the pair’s collaboration on “Drive of Shame,” which is on Brad’s forthcoming album, Love and War, due April 21.

[abcnewsradioonline.com]

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: KRiffhard ()
Date: April 13, 2017 14:28

Quote
bye bye johnny
The path that led to Brad Paisley's "Drive of Shame" with Mick Jagger


Photo by Jeff Fusco/Getty Images

The first time lots of folks thought of Brad Paisley and the Rolling Stones in the same breath was when the Rock and Roll Hall-of-Famers invited the West Virginia native to open for them two years ago as their Zip Code Tour passed through Nashville.

Much to Brad’s surprise, Mick Jagger had been keeping up with him from the very beginning.

“It's a really fascinating and flattering thing,” Brad tells ABC Radio. “When we started opening shows for them, it came from him. He had sent his assistant in 1999 to the record stores in London to get Who Needs Pictures,” he says of his debut album.

“He said, 'You may not know it, but when your first album came out, I wanted to hear what you were doing lyrically, and I had heard a few of the songs and the guitar playing and thought, I need to hear this guy.' And he had kinda kept up with me!”

Brad recalls he had no idea Jagger was a fan until a friend overheard him talking about the country singer one year at the Grammys.

“The next thing you know…they had people sitting in with them that first tour back, I went and did that,” Brad says, remembering playing with the Stones in Philadelphia.

From there, the “Today” hitmaker and the “Satisfaction” singer became friends.

“We got to know each other and then they had us open in Nashville and we got to know each other some more,” he reveals. “We went to dinner a few times, and I finally just said, 'You need to come back here when we are off!'”

That led to the pair’s collaboration on “Drive of Shame,” which is on Brad’s forthcoming album, Love and War, due April 21.

[abcnewsradioonline.com]

Nice! thumbs up

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: Koen ()
Date: April 13, 2017 14:52

Can't go wrong with a Tele and a Dr. Z amp smileys with beer

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: erbissell ()
Date: April 13, 2017 19:15

Paisley actually played in the whitehouse and flew on Airforce One with Obama, the only thing that bugs me about him is that he's a Teetotaller haha

video: [www.youtube.com]



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Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: erbissell ()
Date: April 13, 2017 19:16


Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: MisterDDDD ()
Date: April 13, 2017 19:23


Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: scottkeef ()
Date: April 14, 2017 22:21

I've always disliked the "special guest" duets at the shows..kinda an ego stroke for Jagger that "I'm still cool and I know who's hip" and all that crap..just a wasted song that the time could be used for an actual rare Stones performance..Paisley is talented, that's no question but I don't get him but then I don't get Springsteen..



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Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: lem motlow ()
Date: April 14, 2017 23:11

Quote
Hairball
First Mick duets with Don Henley on a country tune, and now this?!!!
Nothing against Brad Paisley - he seems a cool dude - but his diehard fans are probably thinking "who the f*ck is Mick Jagger"?!!!

winking smiley


most of his fans are american and everyone in america over the age of about 10 years old knows who mick jagger is,even if it's that he's the "moves like jagger" guy.

i'm not sure how it is in europe but in the states jagger is a beloved figure.when he does a presentation at an awards show he always gets a standing ovation and huge applause.it's not uncommon to see other celebs and musicians raising fists in the air.
for years i saw droves of fans heading to the restroom and beer stands as soon as he left the stage,leaving keith to play to about 2/3rds of the audience.that's not by accident.

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: Hairball ()
Date: April 15, 2017 00:40

OK...maybe some of Paisley's diehard fans will ask "why the f*ck Mick Jagger".
I have some family and friends who are diehard outlaw country music fans living up in the country, and they would laugh and then spit at the thought of Mick Jagger messing with their type of music.
But not really sure where Brad Paisley fits within the country music world, he's probably more of the generic user friendly type (that's not a criticism), so perhaps his fans will embrace Jagger?

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Nothing to do, nowhere to go...you're talkin' to people that you don't know....

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: Rocky Dijon ()
Date: April 15, 2017 01:13

While I'm not a fan, I'll be curious to hear it. I'd love to hear Mick sing the tune he wrote with Dwight Yoakam, "What's Left of Me." Mick's best country collaboration was when he and Peter Wolf did Patty Loveless' "Nothing But the Wheel." Some of Mick's best vocals and harmonica playing ever and a great EXILE sound to the whole track.

Re: Mick guests on Brad Paisley album "Love And War", out April 21
Posted by: 35love ()
Date: April 15, 2017 01:56

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Rocky Dijon
While I'm not a fan, I'll be curious to hear it. I'd love to hear Mick sing the tune he wrote with Dwight Yoakam, "What's Left of Me." Mick's best country collaboration was when he and Peter Wolf did Patty Loveless' "Nothing But the Wheel." Some of Mick's best vocals and harmonica playing ever and a great EXILE sound to the whole track.

You got my heart racing, but alas, twas not to be.
I give a nod to Peter Wolf, but if Jagger would have done the song alone, well!
Not enough Mick. I had to struggle to find what I got- (link)
[m.youtube.com]

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