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29 ***days ***ago
shawnriffhard1
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5 ***weeks ***ago
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IIRC, The EMI Rewind LP was different from the US version by two songs. Respectable and She's So Cold were switched for Emotional Rescue. Then IORR and Heartbreaker were added to the cd release.
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8 ***weeks ***ago
shawnriffhard1
The B & B cover was shot at Sanibel Island near Fort Myers Florida.
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2 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Quotewhitem8 Well Ya Ya's is perfect due to the many overdubs. Except that there aren't many overdubs on GYYO. Six vocals and one or two possible guitar overdubs. Only one overdub was actually different to the live performance and that's JJFlash because they wanted the phrasing to match what everyone was familiar with as opposed to the drawn out version from the tour.
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2 ***months ***ago
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QuoteCarnaby Who is this?
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteTurner68 Quoteshawnriffhard1 QuoteStoneburst Not really, no. More to the point, the famous recording of Let It Rock from the Leeds show is (as far as we know) authentic - no overdubs or edits, unlike say Ya-Ya's. We have no idea how many takes Blues In The Morning is a product of, but I would bet it's quite a few. Just to clarify, for what seems like the thousandth time, there are NO guitar
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3 ***months ***ago
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QuoteStoneburst Not really, no. More to the point, the famous recording of Let It Rock from the Leeds show is (as far as we know) authentic - no overdubs or edits, unlike say Ya-Ya's. We have no idea how many takes Blues In The Morning is a product of, but I would bet it's quite a few. Just to clarify, for what seems like the thousandth time, there are NO guitar overdubs on YaYa's.
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3 ***months ***ago
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3 ***months ***ago
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3 ***months ***ago
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Oops, thanks.
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3 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Great News-
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3 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
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3 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Quotemighty stork Jimmy Fallon And grandson Orson Richards
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4 ***months ***ago
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Sorry just saw the other thread.
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5 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Since you through in, "To me", I guess your ridiculous statement gets a pass, but "to me", it's an insane and insulting point of view. Jerry and many others have talked about what an incredible rhythm player Weir is. He sounds like no one else, and in a world full of guitar players, that's a huge plus.
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6 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
I'd appreciate it if someone could clarify for me about the Keith doc. Is it for sure that the Johnny Depp footage is being used? Or is it for sure NOT the Depp footage?
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6 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
I know this will be outlandish to some, as it would have been to me a few weeks ago, but I've been really listening to Tokyo 90 a lot lately. Some of it is dreck, Gimme Shelter in particular as well as JJFlash, but Midnight Rambler is AMAZING. Very tight, dramatic and well paced. Especially good are the transitions in and out of the slow, middle jam. Big surprise for me that I liked this so
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7 ***months ***ago
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Quotematxil Personally, I like Waits from the 70s better. As Naturalust says: "Closing Time" is very good. My favourites would be "Heartattack and Vine" and "Small Change". But indeed, "Raindogs" (and the one before "Swordfishtrombone" ) are very good as well, and I count them as his last really great albums. After those, his later albums got mo
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7 ***months ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteRocky Dijon"'s... mad at Mick for doing the movie and the Lenny Kravitz thing - he's not going to do a record. He's going to do one last record and then the band is going to be over. And then there's this whole thing with Ron Wood - he's dying. He's concerned." And the bit about Ronnie dying... I almost laughed when I read that. Don't get why that's funny. He
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7 ***months ***ago
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Quotekleermaker As far as I know there's only one GS version from the European 1970 tour available. It's a transition version from 69 to 72, Is this available anywhere, Kleermaker? According to RocksOff, it was only played at the first show of the tour in Helsinki and no tape exists. Is that accurate?
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7 ***months ***ago
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QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteNaturalust Quote71Tele Stray Cat actually has the same chords in the intro/verse as Sweet Home Alabama. If so, completely different inversions. They of course sound nothing like each other rhythmically. Many other songs though use that D, C, G (Em passing) structure with much similarity. Sweet Home Alabama, Dear Mr Fantasy, Your Time is Gonna Come, Main Street just to n
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7 ***months ***ago
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QuoteTurner68 it's entirely possible that MT is not well and your "sources" were wrong. often health problems are the last thing we tell people we are close to. for example, it's possible MT was going to go on the tour with them, got a physical, and something came up there that caused the insurance company to balk. MT might have disagreed with what was found, and yet the stones' promoto
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7 ***months ***ago
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QuoteSnoopy All right...not excited about long drive home to Alaska, so maybe one more show -- Detroit -- but need something to do until then. Currently at motel in Lexington, KY. Any ideas on where to settle down for next few days between here and Detroit, or cool things to do, are appreciated! Yes, hurry to Chicago for the Dead. Even if only for the parking lot!
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7 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
It's Tony Funches.
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7 ***months ***ago
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Quotekleermaker Of course this is pure nonsense. In the first place since we simply can't coumpare, and secondly since there's no soundboard recording from the 69 tour except Ya Ya's. Oakland is no soundboard and besides it's from the beginning of the tour and we all know the performances developed during the tour, as we can hear f.i. as for Sympathy FTD. Matthijs is stating this all but I d
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8 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Do his shoes look like boats?.... or is it me?
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8 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Hi TE, Do you still have the tix? My sister is in Jacksonville and definitely interested. Thanks.
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8 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Jery Garcia- Capitol Theater 4/2/1976
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8 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
QuoteKeithFnRichards Mick just TOTALLY sang Skydog Slaver in BS Always wondered about this. Jim Dickinson claims that's what MJ says on the record referencing Duane Allman. Never heard it myself.
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8 ***months ***ago
shawnriffhard1
Quotecaschimann Don´t you all think those "INDUSTRY"-people are real, big Rolling Stones fans like you?? Isn´t it their right to take the chance of being there, when offered to them? And: Don´t you think that even when the Stones invite all the people they have a close relationship to in the LA-area it would fill 3 Fonda theaters??? So what? Lets be happy for those who were in. An
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