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Quotebmuseed No..I started with the 1965 and 1966 tours...Swiss did a great description QuoteHis Majesty Is the main focus and content of the book the 1969 tour? Thanks for reply.
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Quoteswiss The book contains lots of content we've not read before, nor seen before. Some are photos; many are archival documents and other artifacts. Half the book is Ron's stories, memories, and anecdotes. The other half is called "Proof of Truth" -- i.e., Appendices; this latter part is sort of like a scrapbook. This is a book that will be cited often, starting pret
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QuoteDandelionPowderman If memory serves, it is indeed very subtle, and we're talking about two small licks and only a few seconds. Then again, my memory isn't what it used to be... Dave seems to think he played guitar on it, so maybe it is there.
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Aren't there two guitars a couple of places in the song? Two harps as well? Just one harmonica, seems just one guitar as well. If there is another guitar, it must be very subtle.
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Quote24FPS And it's Brian on harmonica, correct? One of his last contributions? Most likely. It's certainly not Mick. It might be Dave Mason as he was at the session, but is sometimes credited with acoustic guitar, but there's only one and it's obviously Keith. I contacted Dave and he seemed to think he did play guitar on it. When is the starting point for 'last
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3 ***days ***ago
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Quoteschillid When it came out they played an edited version on Ruby Tuesday on Philadelphia AM radio with just the two verses and then the double chorus ending. No third verse. Wonder if the counting relates to studio syncing for the edit? Imo it's Keith keeping both himself and Bill in sync for their dual double bass playing.
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Quotedead.flowers Is that instrument not common in other countries? It is, but in UK it's called a recorder.
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3 ***days ***ago
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The Kinks live in Paris, April 1965. Anita grooving from 11:00. Deborah Dixon on her left.
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QuoteCristiano Radtke I can't even write that, let alone pronounce it.
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QuoteDandelionPowderman QuoteHis Majesty QuoteDandelionPowderman Blokkfløyte (Block Flute) in norwegian One shall not attempt to pronounce it. Apart from the swedes and the danes, I'm pretty sure the north east scots-speakers would be pretty close, hehe
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Blokkfløyte (Block Flute) in norwegian One shall not attempt to pronounce it.
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3 ***days ***ago
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Yes.
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QuoteLieB Love seeing Keith with that non-reverse Firebird as well! (A guitar more associated with Brian, but also played by Keith; probably in the It's Only Rock 'n' Roll promo video for the last time.) They used this one during 1967 tour. The guitar seen in IORR video is the same one used by Brian during 1966 UK tour. [68.media.tumblr.com] Different pickups.
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QuoteDGA35 Quotestein Guess the play Ruby Tuesday with Brian on flute Not to be nit picky but he's playing a recorder I believe. Flutes are played sideways like Ian Anderson or Ann Wilson play. Also, can't remember if it's been discussed here before but when did Bill switch from playing on Brian's side to Keith's side? It was pointed out to me that flute is used
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Keith.
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Quoteloog droog I was thinking today about another "tribute" that Jimi played at Monterey...when he played a snippet of "Strangers In The Night" in the middle of his cover of "Wild Thing." I guess because Frank Sinatra was the founder of his U.S. record label, Reprise.
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Quotehopkins ROLLING STONES: Ride On Baby who's playing it tho? Keno says it's Mick?? one of my fave tracks btw... '...if i'm not impressed you can still cry... ...by the time you're 30 gonna look 65... ...the red round your eyes says that you ain't a child...' Please ignore keno for instrument credits.
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QuoteRockman ^^^^^^^...... Brian ... Hendrix ......... & Eric Clapton in a dress !!!!!!
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QuoteTheflyingDutchman where is His Majesty when we need him? : a harpsichord and mellotron in one song. What else can you ask for? Gentle Giant: Wreck, 1971 That's a Baldwin Electric Harpsichord. Love the sound!! It's on a number of tracks from their first 3 (ace) albums. I have to make do with a vst version...
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QuotePalace Revolution 2000 QuoteRockman All Jagger had to do was post this photo, back during 'Todgergate'. Keith did state Mick has big balls. The nude performance images kinda support his claim.
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Quotetimmyj3 I have an old friend. We have known each other since we teenagers in the lates 70's early 80's. He is a Beatles guy. He always insists indulging in his Beatles vs. Stones argument. As the years go by I don't really care for this guy as he is a bully when it comes to his opinions. He insisted on listening to songs to compare greatness. After a Yesterday vs. Satisfa
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Quotestonehearted On their 1967 album Odessey and Oracle, the Zombies have harpsichord on two songs. Care of Cell 44: Tack piano on Care of Cell 44.
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QuoteBliss Strange that Brian was able to write a soundtrack for a film in 1967 but found it impossible to write rock songs for his band. His life and the future of the RS might have gone differently had he been able to do so. Different kinds of disciplines, but it's Brian and I think it's more down to every single thing in Brian's life seemingly having an attached angst.
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QuoteKoen QuoteCasino BoogieEarly in 1965, in a Florida hotel, inspiration similarly struck a slumbering Keith Richards in the form of a five-note guitar riff. Waking, he hastily recorded it on reel-to-reel tape; then he went back to sleep. I don't think it happened in Florida? The dream/tape thing happened in UK, writing of the song was finished in USA. Unfortunately, the Clearwater
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Main theme of Third Stone From The Sun seems to be a part re-working of the Coronation Street theme. Hendrix liked to watch it.
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He doesn't play it the same each time within the released recording, so...
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