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11 ***days ***ago
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Hah, ace!
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12 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDeltics Jeebus!! ... Not sure if mentioned, but I'd like to thank England for Dick Denney and Tom Jennings - Vox: Nothing better amp wise for me than the vox amps made under their guidance. The Macari's and Gary Hurst - Sola Sound Tone Bender MKI - MKII: They created two sublime fuzzy monsters that I love more than 50 years later. Macari's went on to d
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19 ***days ***ago
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A worrying trend. ^
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19 ***days ***ago
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QuoteRockman Andrew Loog Oldham …. he helped forge a way of life …..
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19 ***days ***ago
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QuoteRockman …..HM … this could be the straw that breaks the Cammells back of our friendship …..HHHHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa……….. All good so long as neither of us suggests the other takes the gentlemans way out. --,
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19 ***days ***ago
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QuoteRockman Performance Donald was Scottish.
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20 ***days ***ago
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Quotelaertisflash Rolling Stones (1962 - … still counting!) I didn't know Fife was in England.
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20 ***days ***ago
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Nice work!
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20 ***days ***ago
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Controversial. ... Not really.
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20 ***days ***ago
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Of course, Brian was using those open tunings onstage and in the studio already from when the band started.
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20 ***days ***ago
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It wasn't meant as a comment on the song writing, just that as a listener and a musician hearing the same sound over and over is boring.
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20 ***days ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman (there is good stuff on ALL the Stones albums, though). Indeed there is. Re the 80's sound(s). It gets boring hearing the same thing over and over, listening to them in different production clothes is refreshing for the ears.
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21 ***days ***ago
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QuoteMathijs Ps a stash of his tapes are now being sold for $7500, but the owner does not disclose what's on it. The ones on sale are just nonsense fables from a well known dubious 'author'.
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21 ***days ***ago
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Quotejlowe Well, the attachment above states 1966/67 ANDY JOHNS: Audio Engineer and Music Producer. They are mixing up their Johns.
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22 ***days ***ago
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I guess you are meaning Glyn Johns, he doesn't have it.
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23 ***days ***ago
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Earliest work began on soundtrack is most likely December 1966. That's approx when Brian with Keith in tow visited Munich to spot the rough cuts of the film for inclusion of music. Things moved fast in 60's. February recording fits in with various participants timelines and availability and also with Volker being uneasy about Brian not presenting completed work close to agreed dead
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23 ***days ***ago
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Quoteovalvox Amazing really. Keith stole it from the Staple Singers. Brian Jones made it a hit. Oldham stole it from the Stones and then Ashcroft made his version a hit. I'm starting to think that if anyone deserves a songwriting credit it was Jones and Ashcroft. Takes those two out of the mix and Jagger, Richards, Oldham and Klein would have earned zero dollars. Without Jones' guitar
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24 ***days ***ago
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The producer Rob Houwer supposedly has the master tape and film, but views the film as inferior work and/or has issues with director Volker Schlondorff. It's sad that his soundtrack is completed right as various shit storms kick off in Rolling Stones world. It's probably why nothing else was done with it at the time. I asked ALO about it and he said he had his own survival and n
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24 ***days ***ago
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Despite only using a short sample, they still borrowed heavily from the ALO orchestra arrangement, it's just that they played it themselves.
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24 ***days ***ago
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Nice. One can see how a not so true picture of Brian not being on Beggars emerged. I see it as them remembering 1968 - 1969 as essentially one long block of recording and the blurring between spring 1968 and spring 1969 is understandible. Still, he made it on to 8 or so tracks on Beggars, which is maybe more than Bill. Thanks as always for the scans ROCKMAN.
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24 ***days ***ago
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The same sad story over and over. When men get crazy, the women suffer.
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24 ***days ***ago
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Quotetreaclefingers agree with you on the latter day stones opinion, however Between the Buttons is probably their most underrated album,UK or US version. Like TSMR was a momentary departure into psychedelia, BtB was a momentary departure into pop. It didn't stick, but it didn't mean they didn't do an amazing job of it (in either albums case). 1967 was a year where stones acco
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24 ***days ***ago
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QuoteSilver Dagger Let It Bleed No 4? C'mon man, it's pound for pound their greatest album. Lol.
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24 ***days ***ago
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Quoteovalvox I agree since Brian's guitar part is the whole song. Take out his guitar and this song would have never been a hit. Bill stated Brian came up with this motif on his own. This one should have been a Nanker/Phelge at the very least. Jagger/Richard/Jones would have been more appropriate. Keith told us too in in issue of Beat Instrumental from 1965.
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24 ***days ***ago
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Just absoluteley mental that they are still going. 1962 - 2018 and counting.
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24 ***days ***ago
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I'm surprised he still tours with what is by now a very famous and valuable instrument. Ace that he does though.
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24 ***days ***ago
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Quote35love I immediately liked the song as soon as I heard it, purchased it. Never 1x have I heard the RS song in it. After the lawsuit, I still cannot hear it. I can not hear or catch the ‘Last Time’ out of it. It was all odd to me, and too bad, I thought. It's in there, but it's is half the time of The Last Time. Anyway, what ever the origins, I think BSS is a magical ma
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25 ***days ***ago
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QuoteTheflyingDutchman QuoteHis Majesty Love this part! video: A bit of a medieval touch. Short, vulnerable but beautiful indeed. Is it Brian on guitar as well? Fragile and beautiful. That's why I love it! Not sure who plays guitar. Keith is supposed to have helped complete the soundtrack so could be him. Basic stuff, but I think the exact same guitar recording is used again, bu
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25 ***days ***ago
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Love this part! video:
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25 ***days ***ago
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No recording took place in September 1966. He hadn't even been asked to write music for the film at that point. An error that keeps getting repeated. It's most likely all recording took place over a few sessions in February 1967. Really hope the soundtrack gets a proper release some day. Copyright might have run out on it in 2017, but probably runs out in 2020 due to it bein
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