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    Went to the HOF the other day to check out the Stones exhibit. Didn't take pics of everything, since I've seen a lot of the stuff and am pretty familiar with the story. Some of the things on display are just relocated from other parts of the hall. The exhibit runs a year or so, I can always go back and hope it's not as busy.

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    Downstairs, near the entry to the exhibit



    These were cool, from the Licks tour rehearsals in Toronto. They'll rehearse a song and if they decide to keep it in the lineup it gets written down.













    And this was downstairs by Al's drum kit. Backdrop for the Beggars Banquet press conference

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    Full Glastonbury at youtube:

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    Best Stones cover, EVER!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristy View Post
    Best Stones cover, EVER!
    I haveta say, I wholeheartedly agree that this is the best stones cover. It was done in their own vision.......
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    Here's a fan remix of Dance (parts 1 & 2). Not a bad job of editing.... the Stones should have thought of this themselves back in the days when 12" singles were the trend.........



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    Hyde Park show hits Blu-Ray and DVD on November 11th

    http://www.rollingstones.com/2013/09...november-2013/

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    A new Stones DVD, right in time for Xmas. Who the Hell could have seen that coming?

    What sucks though, is that the DVD is not the whole show. Compare the track listings with the CD, and it's obvious enough.
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    Meanwhile, here's a short set from a 1971 tv show that I haven't posted in a while.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by FORD View Post
    A new Stones DVD, right in time for Xmas. Who the Hell could have seen that coming? .
    A Stones DVD release is starting to be as synonymous with Christmas as Santa Claus.
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    Lisa Fischer (Stones backup vocalist) is touring with Nine Inch Nails...has Reznor gone soft?

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    Well.. there you have it.... Live DVD release upcoming, and the touring band are looking for other gigs. Guess that means the 50th Anniversary tour is officially over.

    But does that mean The Stones themselves are over?

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    The Rock Hall is putting on a Stones tribute show, as part of their Music Masters (formerly known as American Music Masters) series, and Fischer was part of it. Then a few days later there was a release that mentioned she had other commitments. An article in the Plain Dealer quoted someone from the HOF that said the Stones themselves wouldn't be there due to "being on their 50th anniversary tour." Bobby Keys will be at the tribute show, though. I am thinking of going, already going to see Jeff Beck the next night...maybe he'll show up at this too.

    Annual Music Masters Concert Honoring the Music of the Rolling Stones

    Grammy Award-winning drummer Steve Jordan will lead the house band as musical director. Jordan has assembled a group of critically-acclaimed musicians, including Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Ian McLagan, Bernard Fowler, Bobby Keys, Trevor Lawrence, Steve Madaio, Waddy Wachtel and Willie Weeks to perform. Joining the tribute concert lineup are Merry Clayton and Sarah Dash.

    Bernard Fowler, vocals

    Like Fisher, Bernard Fowler has performed with the Rolling Stones on every tour since 1989. He has also been a featured guest vocalist on many solo albums released by the members of the band, including Mick Jagger’s first solo album, She’s The Boss.

    Steve Jordan, drums

    Steve Jordan, leading sideman, session player, acclaimed composer, musical director and drummer, has worked alongside Eric Clapton, Aretha Franklin, Beyoncé, Bruno Mars and many others. He appeared on the Rolling Stones album Dirty Work and is a member of Keith Richards’ band the X-Pensive Winos.

    Bobby Keys, saxophone

    Top touring and session sax man for Elvis Presley, Joe Cocker, B.B. King and others, Bobby Keys has been recording and touring with the Rolling Stones since 1970, appearing on Let It Bleed, Sticky Fingers, Exile On Main St., Goats Head Soup, Emotional Rescue and several live albums.

    Trevor Lawrence, saxophone

    Saxophonist and producer Trevor Lawrence performed with the Rolling Stones in 1973 and 1975. He has recorded with many legends over the course of his career, including Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Bonnie Raitt, and B.B. King.

    Steve Madaio, trumpet

    Most frequently heard performing with Stevie Wonder, trumpeter Steve Madaio was featured on the Rolling Stones' 1973 European tour. Madaio's skills have been showcased on stage or in the studio alongside Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees John Lennon, Etta James, James Taylor, B.B. Kingand Donna Summer among countless others.

    Ian McLagan, keyboards

    Ian McLagan is a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee as a member of the Small Faces/Faces. He has worked with a wide range of legendary artists and has performed with his Bump Band since 1979. McLagan played on the Rolling Stone’s Some Girls album and toured with the group in 1978, 1981 and 1982.

    Waddy Wachtel, guitar

    Guitarist and composer Robert “Waddy” Wachtel has recorded or performed with dozens of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees including Bob Dylan, Tom Waits, Carole King, Stevie Nicks, James Taylor, Iggy Pop, and Jackson Browne. He is a member of Keith Richards’ band the X-Pensive Winos and played on the Rolling Stones’ Bridges To Babylon album.

    Willie Weeks, bass

    In-demand session bass guitarist Willie Weeks has recorded and toured with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees such as Eric Clapton and George Harrison among many others. He played bass on “It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll (But I Like It)” by the Rolling Stones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FORD View Post
    But does that mean The Stones themselves are over?
    Haven't they been for some time? Not being a smart ass but I'd much rather see Keith and the X-Pensive Winos than this rendition anymore. I don't need to see or even hear Mick live again. The last few times ruined what was back in 78...then again in 81...seeing them on a warmup for the Voodoo Lounge with 2000 people in Michigan...who could ever forget that experience.

    Some would say the band ended with Brian. Personally, I thought he wasn't really contributing much to the band...just going for a ride at the end. Others would say when they burned out the bright light that was Mick Taylor. Kinda hard to argue when you look at the body of work his hand was on with them. I've heard a few say when Bill Wyman left they shudda hung it up too. All I know is after "Tattoo You" their albums become a collection of really good songs wedged in with a bunch of crap. Yeah crap. Their last one wasn't even worth listening to twice it was that damned bad to me. The last really good song I can recall them putting down was "Saint of Me" and that was YEARS...ago.

    Oh well. I love the Rolling Stones and the body of work. I just don't need to see them live ever again. I'll listen to the boots and occasionally watch the shows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrMaddVibe View Post
    Their last one wasn't even worth listening to twice it was that damned bad to me. The last really good song I can recall them putting down was "Saint of Me" and that was YEARS...ago
    Go figure - I hated that fuckin St. Of Me tune (and Bridges album - minus Keef's brilliant contributions). I thought Doom & Gloom was pretty damn good - at least it was better than 90% of the shat out there now. I do agree that I have no desire to shuck out $150 to see these old codgers again. Seeing them upstaged by Buddy Guy on the Bigger Bang tour ended all illusions for me.

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    A Devil always appreciates Mick at his blasphemous best, but to me, Bridges to Babylon was to Voodoo Lounge as Emotional Rescue was to Some Girls or Goats Head Soup was to Exile..... pretty much "songs that were left over from the last record".

    Not a bad album really, just not as good by comparison....or even by design, since the stronger songs had already been used.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrMaddVibe View Post
    Haven't they been for some time? Not being a smart ass but I'd much rather see Keith and the X-Pensive Winos than this rendition anymore. I don't need to see or even hear Mick live again. The last few times ruined what was back in 78...then again in 81...seeing them on a warmup for the Voodoo Lounge with 2000 people in Michigan...who could ever forget that experience.

    Some would say the band ended with Brian. Personally, I thought he wasn't really contributing much to the band...just going for a ride at the end. Others would say when they burned out the bright light that was Mick Taylor. Kinda hard to argue when you look at the body of work his hand was on with them. I've heard a few say when Bill Wyman left they shudda hung it up too. All I know is after "Tattoo You" their albums become a collection of really good songs wedged in with a bunch of crap. Yeah crap. Their last one wasn't even worth listening to twice it was that damned bad to me. The last really good song I can recall them putting down was "Saint of Me" and that was YEARS...ago.

    Oh well. I love the Rolling Stones and the body of work. I just don't need to see them live ever again. I'll listen to the boots and occasionally watch the shows.
    Yeah, it's hard to really get worked up about what the band have been doing on the creative front. They really haven't put out an album that was listenable from start-to-finish since Tattoo You. Lot of folks said Voodoo Lounge was right up their with the best of their work, but I wasn't hearing it back when it was released and I'm not hearing it now. I heard the same blather around the time A Bigger Bang came out...how it was really a great release, and how the band "have still got it." Bought a copy, listened to it and it sounded mundane and forgettable. With each studio release subsequent to 1981, it's just like MaddVibe said: you get a few decent tracks and a lot of filler.
    I don't really begrudge the band for this. They've created more than a few of the best songs rock music has ever produced, and it's not realistic to expect any band be consistently enthralling with every release, much less over a 50 year time span. It's just with the Stones that I'd be perfectly content seeing them live and hearing nothing in the setlist that was released from Undercover onwards, so I'm basically saying that their output, to me, from 1983 on is non-essential. And even if the band played a 2 & 1/2 hour show, they'd still be unable to play all the great tunes in their catalog. Such was the case when I saw them in 1989. They have THAT many great tunes in their repertoire.
    The other thing of it now is, I'm just not into seeing bands play in football stadiums anymore, and I ain't gonna pay $500 a ticket to be packed in with 50,000 other punters. Don't care WHO the band is. The sound in said stadium gigs is never as good as an enclosed venue, and for $500 I'd just as soon bugger off down to the local massage parlor and get 5 to 10 happy endings than see the Stones creak out Satisfaction for the umpteenth billion time.
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    They could have made an excellent album out of the dozen great tunes they made in the last 30 years.





















    But fillers are inevitable if you want to have an album once every 3/4/5 years... The gap between releases has been increasing by the way (1983/86/89/94/97/2005-??) There could well never be another one, the longer they wait, the more little chances get. One of them remaining Stones might be missing by that time.

    Anyway, one more album would basically add nothing to their career for now.
    They missed their 50th B-Day, as Bill Wyman didn't take part in the few shows they gave. Those gigs were very good ones, but Jagger missed the point in inviting other artists on stage, while Mick Taylor only did Midnight Rambler.
    Those shows didn't make it IMO, they weren't about partying as it should have been.
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    I was actually surprised that Wyman didn't take part in the Glastonbury or Hyde Park gigs. Apparently he hates flying, so that would explain why he didn't do the US tour. But the gigs in the UK that he could drive to in his own car? Why not?

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    Bill was - is - both the wise and the nasty Stone.



    One day I'll get his Rolling Stones biography. Must be a must.

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    The Stones brought back a lot of the old stuff on their recent tour, but I don't think they tried this one. In fact I don't think they have played it since 1966. I'd like to see them try it at least once........


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    Stones back on the road in the new year......


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    Happy B-Day Mr Riffards!

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    Stones 69 - - Brian Jones Funeral par ivanof55

    At 0:52, funny how he says not everybody can reach 70 years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jérôme Frenchise View Post
    One day I'll get his Rolling Stones biography. Must be a must.
    Read Stone Alone years ago. The only thing I remember about it is the shagging. Bill shagged anything that moved. Seem to recall he had a particular liking for shagging big bosomed American girls, but anyone would do for a shag in a pinch. On the hand, I've read Keef's Life twice already and will most likely read it again someday.

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    The oddest thing about Wyman is he started dating a girl he would eventually marry when she was 14. But wait, it gets even more warped: Wyman's son started dating the girls mother.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chefcraig View Post
    The oddest thing about Wyman is he started dating a girl he would eventually marry when she was 14. But wait, it gets even more warped: Wyman's son started dating the girls mother.
    Oh Daddy. Barry Manilow wrote a song about her.

    Keith Richards. 70 years old. Fuck YEAH. I'll drink to that.

    Keith is happy to be there. He is happy to be anywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jérôme Frenchise View Post
    Happy B-Day Mr Riffards!

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    Stones 69 - - Brian Jones Funeral par ivanof55

    At 0:52, funny how he says not everybody can reach 70 years old.
    Smoking kills most people. Keef is immune to tar and nicotine.
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