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3 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
Quotecrumbling_mice YOu are probably right Majesty and I also made the mistake of staying up to watch a lot of it and did get fatigued, especially when he was talking about staying up for 9 days and there I was struggling after one night....to be fair to me, I'd vaped far too much skunk and Keith was probably on something a little more stimulant in nature. On reflection and after having some
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3 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
Keith was/is common people that worked hard/got lucky to better his lot. Bill is, at times bitter, probably for good reason, probably also out of jealousy. Bless em both.
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3 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
Quotecrumbling_mice For those of you who can;t access this....I wouldn;t worry too much. I've watched it in it's entirety and whilst some of the Keith interludes are mildy amusing, at times it becomes cringing. We've all seen plenty of Keith puffing huge clouds of smoke as he guffaws and spits out a one liner, but this just goes into overkill and Temple has flooded it with this stuff, pretty bad
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3 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
@#$%&, this is one of the best things the BBC has done. Tis making me love Keith all over again!! Various stock Keithisms, but some total gem observations too. "Everything else is in a frame." Oh man, you nailed the magic of music right there.
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3 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
QuoteBlueranger The first 100% recorded, mixed and released STEREO tracks all done in the UK, were the Satanic Majesties tracks, plus the corresponding We Love You single. I think you are forgetting the overdubbing and mixing which took place at Bell Sound, NYC.
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3 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
The Have You Seen/IBC session is probably for the Mike Leander horns.
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3 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
Pretty sure Yesterdays Papers and Ruby Tuesday were done totally at Olympic Studios. Cool, Calm, Collected is definitely from RCA. But anyway, some tracks were recorded from scratch at Olympic, it wasn't just overdubbing sessions on to RCA backing tracks.
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3 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
Posted with tongue in cheek, sir. Many a fork indeed.
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4 ***days ***ago
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Quotewonderboy I'm pretty sure Keith would have kept trying if Mick and joined the Stones without him. He would have gotten in a band eventually. And everybody was trying to write songs. Heck, even Gerry and the Pacemakers were writing some of their own songs. So I think Keith would have given it a shot. Doesn't mean they would have been popular in a different context, but I think he would hav
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4 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
Good stuff!
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4 ***days ***ago
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Quotewonderboy QuoteRedhotcarpet I dont think Keith would have gone anywhere without Mick. Ron Wood had a career before the Stones, so why wouldn't Keith have made it? Keith would have found another partner and his songwriting would have come to the fore. A lot of those 'guitar heroes' couldn't really write a song, but he could. It took a certain amount of situations for Keith to start tryin
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6 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
QuoteTheGreek You have a wife that is unhappy and is not paid attention to and she stays with the husband because he provides her a certain comfortable lifestyle that she enjoys the perks from but is it really true love ? When there are difficulties in a marriage it could be a sign of true love that they stick together to try/in hope that things will get better again.
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6 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman I'm living on the edge?
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6 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
Mick might have joined Manfred Mann in place of Paul Jones. Endless what if scenarios.
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6 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
QuotePalace Revolution 2000 ... if Mick and Keith hadn't come along, that very band would have folded what? in about 6 months? But this is just meaningless. No one knows what would have happened if (insert scenario that didn't actually happen). There is only what happened.
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6 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
QuoteHonkeyTonkFlash a valid theory that if Brian, Bill, and Charlie had never existed, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards may very well have created a band that looked and sounded very much like The Rolling Stones. It's not a valid theory, or better to say it's just as valid to say they would have attended Ealing club, but with no Brian there to inspire them nothing developed further than Mick hav
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6 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
QuoteDandelionPowderman The Kiss-version is a good, straight rock-take on it, but the original is so much more! All the nuances and exciting stuff were gone, although I like Ace's voice and attitude on it. The Stones's 2000 Man is like a freaky train coming your way, again and again, to pick you up. Kiss just played it as good as they could. Main difference, imo. Yellow card. Anymore trouble
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6 ***days ***ago
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QuoteHonkeyTonkFlash This song is yet another that shows the Stones uniquely signature style despite being a departure from their normal type of music. When I first heard this on the radio, I knew from just the sound of the guitar riff at the beginning that this was something new from the Stones! Good stuff. Interestingly, Bill say's he came up with that intro motif.
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7 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
The sin bin for you two!
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7 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
QuoteHMS They only did Angie to have a hit-song. No No.1 singles for them in UK since 1969/Honky Tonk Women. Ouch.
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7 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
The Kiss and related covers are shit. Completely devoid of the freak, magic and wonder of the original.
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9 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
QuoteDandelionPowderman Play the D-chord/formation with two fingers only. Add to the melody by using your pinky. Do that for the A-parts as well. It works here Got the essentials, but there's something about little bits of it, the sliding notes on E chord for example, that make we wonder if there are two acoustics for intro.
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9 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
QuoteDandelionPowderman I agree, and it sounds like there is only one acoustic on it. The intro has puzzled me for years, can't seem to play it just so.
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9 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman Some sites credit both Keith and Brian on acoustic, but I'm not sure if that's correct.. I think that's wrong... There's nothing to suggest Brian played acoustic on it, or better to say I have yet to see a quote or any hint from those involved suggesting Brian played acoustic guitar on 2000 Man. The Satanic Sessions tell us he wasn't there during the recordin
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9 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
Excellent song/track, one of my favs. All round aceness!!! The guitars are all by Keith and a mighty fine job he did too! Brian, most likely, didn't play on it. I think this is the only track from the album on which he doesn't play.
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10 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDonParker What would have happened if Jagger had become as succesfull with his own band in the mid-eighties like he did with the Stones ? The end of The Rolling Stones... until the big money offers came in to get back together again.
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10 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
QuoteRip This ...oh yeah KR and BJ were so tight KR stole Anita from him.. They were tight for awhile. Keith stole nothing... Anita wanted out and got out.
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10 ***days ***ago
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QuoteSilver Dagger Should be a thread on its own. Hmmmm. I'm sure that one could drag His Majesty back out of early retirement. Heh heh. ... hello ... Yes, the some what subtle continuation of freakiness is one of the reasons I love Beggars Banquet. Things are evened out due to the more earth bound lyrical content, production being more sparse and also the folksy/roots based tracks,
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13 ***days ***ago
His Majesty
QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteHMS Child Of The Moon, just like We love You & Dandelion would have been a perfect fit for TSMR. That way it could have been a great album. The way it is, it´s partly great and partly disastrous. And yes, there are traces of TSMR in Jigsaw Puzzle. Even I can notice that Child Of The Moon would've been a good fit... had they bothered to finish it. But Jigsa
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15 ***days ***ago
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Not note for note, but there are some shared elements. Is the solo not influenced by a solo from a different version to the one posted above? Keith's is way better anyway.
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