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Topic: Survey: Your 10 most favourite life songs with perf. location Return to archive
06-23-02 08:25 AM
ElMocambo Mine are:

1. JJF / NY 1972
2. Happy / Fort Worth 1972
3. GS / Perth 1973 (Is MT playing a Wah Wah?)
4. MR / Brussels 1973
5. BS/ Newcastle 1973
6. Star Star / Newcastle 1973 (Is the solo played by Keith?)
7. TD / Paris 6.6.1976
8. Dead Flowers / Fort Worth 1972
9. ADTL / NY 1972
10. YCAGWYW / Pert 1973

Bonus: IORR / Paris 7.6. 1976 - sharpest intro I've ever heard.

Please give also your opinion.

06-23-02 10:12 AM
winter can you hear me knockin - September 3, 2002, Boston
06-23-02 01:55 PM
TheSavageYoungXyzzy
quote:
winter wrote:
can you hear me knockin - September 3, 2002, Boston



Hooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo-shnog-me-Ronnie-yeah!
06-23-02 11:00 PM
BILL PERKS PARACHUTE WOMAN-ROCK N ROLL CIRCUS 12/68
DANCIN WITH MR D-BRUSSELS 73
SYMPATHY-AC 12/89-ONLY TIME I EVER HEARD THE GUITARS COME IN AT THE PERFECT SPOT
HOT STUFF -RFK 8/94
WHEN THE WHIP COMES DOWN-MEMPHIS 78
06-23-02 11:53 PM
Bluzian Whoaa!!! You guys are wicked!! hehe And for the Boston
teaser for Cant You Hear Me Knockin'?? Gawd, that cracked
me up!!! cheers!! *LOL*

Um.. Yeah ElMo, that JJF in NYC '72 makes me cream my jeans!
If you pay close attention near the end, Keith and MT are
on some higher plane.. and Keith is bending/blurring those
notes with so much FEEEEEEEEEEE~EEEEELING and emotion I
get caught up in those last couple minutes of it. It's like
sheer orgasmic bliss!! Its like UUooooaaaaghhh!!! hehe

I think we can all reach a consensus that Perth and Brussells
1973 respectively are primo.. and contrary to most people,
I quite like the Gimme Shelter fuck-up, because once Charlie
Watts finds the beat by smashing those cymbals out of anger
and frustration, it's unbelievably amazing (for me).

I quite like Angie in Brussells with Taylor's wah, and
Billy Preston's B3 wails..

I'm an avid listener of "Leeds '71", and how the present
the newer tunes like Brown Sugar and Bitch.. it's almost as
if they are very protective of the unreleased songs, and
they are trying.. you can feel it.. I quite like the whole
vibe of Leeds.. even the slight tension before Midnight Rambler

"LOVE IN VAIN" in NYC '72 blows my mind as well. The first
Taylor solo almost kills me, and then the second solo is
truly an erotic experience. It's like lightening bolts are
blasting out of those wicked fills and frills.

"Out of Control" off of No Security does it for me as well.
When they lose themselves and jam, that to me is what the
ROlling Stones are. It doesnt happen too often, but, in
times like those previously mentioned, it's so cool and
intense.

"YCAGWYW" Paris '76 is a brilliant listen as well. RWood
is totally on the money. And pay special attention to the
last little bit of JJF, (well all of it actually) but there
is this little scale/run of notes up the frets by RWood
during the second last "gas gas gas" thing.. very near the
end, about 5.25 minutes into it.. if you can, block out
all the rest, and focus in on Ron's melodies and solos.

"Mannish Boy" from the ElMo is up there too. I mean, what
stones fan in their right mind wouldn't like that whole
El-Mo setlist?

"Sympathy" on July 5/69 in all it's 17+ minutes. For some
reason, I've always dug that. At times it does get a wee bit
redundant, but there are moments that there are such wicked
solos and drum grooves and beats taht even THEY don't know
how to stop it!! I get totally lost in that track every time.

How many is that? How bout "Little Red Rooster" w/ Clapton
in Atlantic City? I always loved that one.

Cheers all!
Ian
06-24-02 11:44 AM
Jaxx out of control in hartford night one. mick danced with me then lifted his shirt and shook his boobs at me
06-24-02 11:46 AM
Honky Tonk Man You lucky thing
06-24-02 01:28 PM
Joey Gimme Shelter .....Paradiso , Amsterdam 1995

This is the single greatest live recording of the Stones ever made . Even Ronnie shined on this one .

06-24-02 01:40 PM
TheSavageYoungXyzzy
quote:
Jaxx wrote:
out of control in hartford night one. mick danced with me then lifted his shirt and shook his boobs at me



How could you avoid fleeing in terror? Did he look like Paul McCartney?

Side Three of Lurrrrrve Ya Live...

And this tour. All fecking all of it. I am saving up money in a secret account away from my parents to go see them when they come back to the FleetCenter. And I will sell a kidney on the black market to get a boot of the Orpheum, and I'll throw in a lung to get a ticket.



-tSYX --- Maybe Keith needs a lung...
06-24-02 03:47 PM
Staffan Dear ElMocambo,
Just an answer to your question on Perth 73.
YES Taylor uses a Wha there. I think he used it on a number of other songs that show/tour. Sounds damned good!
On Starfucker in 73, I'm sure Keef plays the solo.
06-24-02 05:02 PM
Fabio Hot Stuff I can't live without my daily r'n'r dose of "BYE BYE JOHNNIE" (live in NY 72)...
other songs are the same that many of you are mentioned...LOVE IN VAIN (72) YCAGWYW(Paris 76)
and "OUT OF CONTROL" (no sec)
06-24-02 09:20 PM
BILL PERKS JOEY-YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT!I FORGOT THAT ONE,I GET CHILLS WHEN I PLAY IT LOUD ENOUGH-IT'S THE VERSION ON THE LARS CD SINGLE.


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