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5 ***weeks ***ago
His Majesty
Really looking forward to this book!
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteRockman .... I knew BB would turn up sooner or later ....
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteRedhotcarpet This is bigger than iorr.org. This is huge. We have to solve this. Hah. Huge?
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteRedhotcarpet http://vintagegroupies.livejournal.com/87057.html?thread=557073 That cannot be right. Isnt that our mistery guy? Or is that Haydn? That's Chris Jagger, no?
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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6 ***weeks ***ago
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... I think it was future Jeff Beck lover Mary Hughes.
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8 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteDrPete Which Chess songs are in stereo and are they made into mono for this release? All of the Chess recordings were recorded on 3 or 4 track, then mixed to stereo in 1964/65, but it seems they were all released in mono (the stereo mixed folded in to mono) in 60's. Yes, as they were when originally released.
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8 ***weeks ***ago
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Quotewith sssoul An affordable book would be great... Indeed.
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8 ***weeks ***ago
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QuoteDeltics Quotebv I bet they have great fun reading all the comments about those papers! Indeed. It's a complete red herring and nothing to do with the Stones!
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2 ***months ***ago
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QuoteRocky Dijon QuoteMonsoon Ragoon Brian was the Stone Number One very early on and signed all contracts. Yeah, but in June 1962 there was no Rollin' Stones yet. That's what I meant. There wasn't? There was a group of musicians readying themselves to play gigs. Note it doesn't show the name of the band on the contract. This may have been something that was booked, but fell through or th
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2 ***months ***ago
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QuoteMathijs QuoteHis Majesty Interesting that they'd have a copy of a contract from 1962 on the go. They got all the stuff back from the Exhibition. Mathijs Maybe.
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2 ***months ***ago
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Interesting that they'd have a copy of a contract from 1962 on the go.
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2 ***months ***ago
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Quotejlowe Well I didn't quite mean drop out in the literal sense, but there were similarities to the Brian situation. Oldham certainly had drug and other health issues; he was probably getting bored with Stones management responsibilities;they were becoming more confident at looking after the creative side; his defeciences as a record producer were more apparant. And so on. But it was (as
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2 ***months ***ago
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Life = Keith in cranky old man mode, but also shows he really loves and feels music deeply. Enjoyable read or not, it is one of the essential stones books. Bill's Stone Alone, another essential stones book, is similarly cranky. As Bill's girlfriend Astrid noted, they were (maybe still are) a very uptight bunch. I bet their music would be a lot duller were they more easy going.
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2 ***months ***ago
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I expect it to not sound all that different from these. Are these crude and authentic!? There will likely be a production sheen that just comes with digital recording/modern recording etc etc. So outside of that, I just hope the playing/vibe etc is killer and not boring and forced sounding.
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2 ***months ***ago
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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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2 ***months ***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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2 ***months ***ago
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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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2 ***months ***ago
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@#$%&, 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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2 ***months ***ago
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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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2 ***months ***ago
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The Have You Seen/IBC session is probably for the Mike Leander horns.
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2 ***months ***ago
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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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2 ***months ***ago
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Posted with tongue in cheek, sir. Many a fork indeed.
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2 ***months ***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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2 ***months ***ago
His Majesty
Good stuff!
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2 ***months ***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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2 ***months ***ago
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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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2 ***months ***ago
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QuoteDandelionPowderman I'm living on the edge?
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2 ***months ***ago
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Mick might have joined Manfred Mann in place of Paul Jones. Endless what if scenarios.
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