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06-27-02 01:46 PM
TheSavageYoungXyzzy Anyone else notice how much "Wicked As It Seems" sounds like "Love Is Strong"? Although I love the song, and indeed that whole album (bought it used a few days ago... not bad. Now I've got both Richards albums, one CD-Red from the library, the other used). 's a great album, if ya can find it, I'm not sure how available it and "Talk Is Cheap" are anymore.


-tSYX --- I'm a mayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyn! (Touritis 2002)
06-27-02 02:02 PM
sandrew Oh, yeah. Keith himself has noted the resemblance and said all his riffs are "cousins." Offhand, I can think of a couple other recent examples: the descending riff in "Struggle" and the main riff in "Hold Back"; the "Make No Mistake" lick and the one in "Any Way You Look At It"; a little riff he played at the end of "Something Else" live that eventually became the intro to "You Got Me Rocking." You could on and on ...
06-27-02 02:03 PM
Lazy Bones Gotta grab yourself the Live At The Palladium (Hollywood) album, too. It rocks!
Anyone know if it's still in print? I think it's been "oop" for a while.
06-27-02 10:07 PM
JaggaRichards And go to eBay and get the Brazilian DVD of Live At The Hollywood Palladium 1988.


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