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Re: the Stones

Post  eddie on Sun Apr 17, 2011 1:21 am

tatiana wrote:last year Pinz sent me the complete set of postcards from this album

i have a vinyl recording of this in very good condition but missing postcards....it is one of the first pressing (eBay)

the postcards Pinz sent me completed the set because they were originals also. Like a Star @ heaven

Ah, yes! I remember them well!


His auntie, he says! His Auntie!

I actually posted a few at the time. Wish I hadn't now. Many changes of address later, I no longer even have the original vinyl album. The CD sounds nowhere near as good.

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Re: the Stones

Post  tatiana on Sun Apr 17, 2011 1:22 am

Rolling Stones - Love In Vain - '95

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuKyPPvuRVI&feature=related

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Re: the Stones

Post  tatiana on Sun Apr 17, 2011 1:27 am

eddie wrote:I actually posted a few at the time. Wish I hadn't now. Many changes of address later, I no longer even have the original vinyl album. The CD sounds nowhere near as good.

i have the UK original, and an Australian copy that i bought back when it was released, and the CD,
and a magnificent deluxe box set that was released for the Exile anniversary. i posted about it at the time. it has a new vinyl copy, the cd and a 12" hardback book.
plus i have a dvd of Exile recordings, which i haven't watched too much because it all was packed away as i was buying it.


all are packed away in boxes still.


i know all about loosing music during house moves, but this time it was all secured...

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Re: the Stones

Post  eddie on Sun Apr 17, 2011 1:32 am

eddie wrote:ALL DOWN THE LINE

(M.Jagger/K.Richards)

Yeah, heard the diesel drumming all down the line.
Oh, heard the wires a humming all down the line.
Yeah, hear the women sighing all down the line.
Oh, hear the children crying all down the line.

(All down the line.) We'll be watching out for trouble, yeah.
(All down the line.) And we'd better keep the motor running, yeah.
(All down the line.) Well, you can't say yes and you can't say no,
Just be right there when the whistle blows.
I need a sanctified girl with a sanctified mind to help me now.

Yeah, all the people singing all down the line.
Mmmm, watch the men all working, working, yeah. (All down the line.)

(All down the line.) We're gonna open up the throttle yeah.
(All down the line.) We're gonna bust another bottle, yeah.
(All down the line.)

I need a shot of salvation, baby, once in a while.
Hear the whistle blowing, hear it for a thousand miles.

(All down the line.) We're gonna open up the throttle, yeah.
All down the line, We're gonna bust another bottle, yeah.
Well you can't say yes, and you can't say no,
Just be right there when the whistle blows.
I need a sanctified mind to help me out right now.

Be my little baby for a while.
Won't you be my little baby for a while?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yFiHERcmQkU
All Down the Line- great alternative take.

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Re: the Stones

Post  tatiana on Sun Apr 17, 2011 1:35 am

Rolling Stones - Plundered My Soul - Stones in Exile

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9MWTDzGUNM&feature=related

The Rolling Stones - Torn and Frayed

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khRFhrhcJrs&feature=related

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Re: the Stones

Post  tatiana on Sun Apr 17, 2011 1:46 am

Rolling Stones - Sweet Virginia - Live '95 London

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBq3fnyJX3A&feature=related

I love you

Rolling Stones - Like A Rolling Stone - Live '95 London

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFZUU5aiiGA&feature=related

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Re: the Stones

Post  eddie on Sun Apr 17, 2011 2:00 am

eddie wrote:SHINE A LIGHT

(M. Jagger/K.Richards)

Saw you stretched out in Room Ten O Nine
With a smile on your face and a tear right in your eye.
Oh, couldn't see to get a line on you, my sweet honey love.
Berber jew'lry jangling down the street,
Making bloodshot eyes at ev'ry woman that you meet.
Could not seem to get a high on you, my sweet honey love.

May the good Lord shine a light on you,
Make every song (you sing) your favorite tune.
May the good Lord shine a light on you,
Warm like the evening sun.

When you're drunk in the alley, baby, with your clothes all torn
And your late night friends leave you in the cold gray dawn.
Just seemed too many flies on you, I just can't brush them off.
Angels beating all their wings in time,
With smiles on their faces and a gleam right in their eyes.
Whoa, thought I heard one sigh for you,
Come on up, come on up, now, come on up now.

May the good Lord shine a light on you,
Make every song you sing your favorite tune.
May the good Lord shine a light on you,
Warm like the evening sun.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IdMMOhvqO8
Shine a Light- Rolling Stones (Exile version).

I enjoyed the Scorsese documentary, especially the archive footage and Buddy Guy's contribution in concert.

Marty essentially re-uses the same device that worked so effectively in The Last Waltz: the revealing spotlight- and why not recycle a good idea?

Its use in The Band concert/documentary was obviously suggested by the song "Stage Fright". With the Stones, the technical problems involved are attended with a certain bleak humour:

SCORSESE (in pre-production discussions): We can't burn Mick Jagger.

JAGGER (on stage, in concert): I'm frying my ass off here!




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Re: the Stones

Post  eddie on Sun Apr 17, 2011 2:16 am

I suppose "Waiting on a Friend" is the only Jagger/Richards composition in which they're overtly singing about their relationship, but I'm sure that many of the songs they ostensibly address to women are actually addressed to one another.

I've already speculated (above) that "Let it Loose" is a song about Keith's attitude to Bianca.

"Shine a Light" is almost certainly about Mick's dismay at Keith's (drug-related) deteriorating health.

As the years went by and their friendship deteriorated into animosity, the songs (e.g. "Fight") became nastier.

You're not the only one
With mixed emotions

...Indeed.




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Re: the Stones

Post  eddie on Sun Apr 17, 2011 11:44 pm

Old ATU thread: Jagger vs Lennon on the riots of '68":

LINK EXPIRED


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Re: the Stones

Post  Blondie on Tue Apr 19, 2011 4:50 am

If anyone is interested in buying me a gift for Easter, I'd like this vintage Stones tee from the '75 tour. It can be purchased at my favorite store in Nashville, imogene+willie, for a mere $600 Shocked http://www.imogeneandwillie.com/qty-of-one/rolling-stones-75-tee

The 1975 Tour of the Americas was The Rolling Stones first tour with new guitarist Ronnie Wood after Mick Taylor announced his departure. Seven months after It's Only Rock n' Roll, The Stones began a tour in the spirit of other '70s greats, one of their first to contain the massive stage props and general theatrics of the time. Made In The Shade, The Rolling Stones' first ever compilation album was released in part to capitalize of the success of this epic tour.

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Re: the Stones

Post  Blondie on Tue Apr 19, 2011 5:10 am

For $600 bucks, there ought to be some Jagger seed spilled on it that could be used to clone my own little Mick cherry

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Re: the Stones

Post  eddie on Mon Jun 13, 2011 5:29 am

^

Elements of the "STRIPPED: forgotten Stones live gem" thread replicated below in the event of link expiry. Sorry, but I don't know how to copy embedded vids:

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Re: the Stones

Post  eddie on Mon Jun 13, 2011 5:36 am

Eddie wrote:

A little sampler:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhVLiHPUOIM&feature=related

Wild Horses.


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Re: the Stones

Post  eddie on Mon Jun 13, 2011 5:41 am

Arthur Askey wrote:

The wiki entry reminds us that it did reasonably well - nothing earth-shattering, to be sure - on release:

Stripped is a live album by The Rolling Stones released in 1995 during the Voodoo Lounge Tour. The album is notable for being unlike any previous live release by the band in that it features a mix of intimate club recordings and live-in-the-studio reinterpretations of some classic and obscure recordings from their extensive catalogue.
The in-studio sessions were recorded in two parts: from 3–5 March 1995 in Tokyo, Japan and 23–26 July in Lisbon, Portugal while the live club dates are spread out from performances in London, Paris and Amsterdam.
As a bonus for the Compact Disc package, some versions of Stripped came with bonus data tracks viewable only through computer containing rehearsal performances of "Tumbling Dice" and "Shattered" and an alternate performance of "Like a Rolling Stone", with the addition of interviews with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood.

Released in November 1995 as their second album with Virgin Records, Stripped (a play on the title of Unplugged) was well-received with its relaxed and natural feel and reached #9 in both the UK and US, going platinum the latter territory. The lead single, a cover of Bob Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone", reached #12 in the UK, becoming a rock radio hit in the US, and was followed up by "Wild Horses" in early 1996.


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Re: the Stones

Post  eddie on Mon Jun 13, 2011 5:48 am

Woo wrote:

Bop Dylan wrote:
And here they are, the "club band", doing 'Sweet Virginia' live in '95 at the Academy, Brixton, from the 'Stripped' DVD.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBq3fnyJX3A

One of my fav' tunes ... Is their any question that the Stones are the greatest rock and roll band? I know I've said Beatles and GNR and Floyd...throw in Zep because they are light years away from most too...So yeah...when I think of rock and roll, I think of Stones. Hmmmm. Yet, GNR is still my...

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Re: the Stones

Post  eddie on Mon Jun 13, 2011 5:51 am

Woo wrote:

My Mexican friend standing here watching the vid with me. He digs the Stones. He has a thick accent. When the bloke begins speaking at the beginning of the vid, my friend says, I love that. I love that accent. That is England, right?"


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Re: the Stones

Post  eddie on Mon Jun 13, 2011 5:54 am

Tatiana wrote: i have this album and it is one of the best....
Smile

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Re: the Stones

Post  eddie on Mon Jun 13, 2011 5:57 am

Woo wrote:

I resolve to never use the term "greatest" in connection with rock and roll again..there will only be the great and the greater and the lowly posers. Ha! Gots the Exile on now. I resolve to get Stripped searched soon.



Shine a light...

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Re: the Stones

Post  eddie on Mon Jun 13, 2011 6:02 am

Tatiana wrote:

the stones Smile was one of the very few bands that i have seen.
i went to the voodoo lounge concert 2 nights before my youngest son was born.
and i have seen the 'shine a light' movie at the cinema. i aslo have it on dvd and cd.
and i have exile and stripped plus stacks of other music by them.
in fact, i think they are one of my favourite bands.
sunny


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Re: the Stones

Post  eddie on Mon Jun 13, 2011 6:04 am

Eddie wrote:

Woo! wrote:
My Mexican friend standing here watching the vid with me. He digs the Stones. He has a thick accent. When the bloke begins speaking at the beginning of the vid, my friend says, I love that. I love that accent. That is England, right?"


An odd feature of the first ("Wild Horses") vid is that, for some inexplicable reason, it opens with a litany of London Tube/mainline interchange stations:

"Waterloo...Paddington..Blackfriars...Charing Cross..."

Beats me.

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Post  eddie on Mon Jun 13, 2011 6:06 am

Woo wrote:

tatiana wrote:
the stones was one of the very few bands that i have seen.
i went to the voodoo lounge concert 2 nights before my youngest son was born.
and i have seen the 'shine a light' movie at the cinema. i aslo have it on dvd and cd.
and i have exile and stripped plus stacks of other music by them.
in fact, i think they are one of my favourite bands.






and just for interest, i am going to see a pink floyd cover/tribute band this coming saturday night, i don't go out at night very often any more, so i hope it is good....




Remember not to eat the brown acid when at the pf cover show.

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Re: the Stones

Post  eddie on Mon Jun 13, 2011 6:08 am

Goat Smith wrote:

have purchased several Stripped CD's over the years. I loan them out but they never come back.


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Re: the Stones

Post  eddie on Mon Jun 13, 2011 6:10 am

Cook Pass Babtridge wrote: Am listening now...


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Re: the Stones

Post  eddie on Mon Jun 13, 2011 6:13 am

Arthur Askey wrote:

Cook Pass Babtridge wrote:
Am listening now...

Well? Are you EVER gonna tell us how much you're enjoying it? Well?



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Re: the Stones

Post  eddie on Mon Jun 13, 2011 6:15 am

Eddie wrote: A concerned public needs to know.


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