Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Bowie Fett, Nov 15, 2018.
Sorry, I don't think people on a Stones thread are going to click on a Lady Gaga clip.
I tried to minimize any pain by pointing to two timestamps. Nobody has to do anything they don't want to. It wasn't a rickroll.
I think she decided to move on. She did it for 20 years. She became somewhat famous after the film 20 Feet From Stardom, giving her enough of a name to actually draw audiences on her own. That’s when she quit.
The vote seemed tied to a contest for the Miami show. It's probably too close now to keep taking entries for it, so maybe the vote spot is done for the rest of the tour.
I'd love to hear 'Waiting on a friend' but that hasn't been played in years.
Stones songs-played stats from setlist.fm
The Rolling Stones Tour Statistics | setlist.fm
...........and for this tour only
The Rolling Stones Tour Statistics: 2019 | setlist.fm
And don't doubt for one second that that isn't a hugely motivating factor behind the Stones continuing to go out on tour.
Yes, you and a trillion others.
Looking at the cover of Blonde on Blonde I can't help but wonder if he acquired a tardis?
It was a great idea from Charles Robert Watts!
Well who else would he dance with?
If she didn't she is not bothered as I heard her speak about possibly getting Mick onto a track on a future solo album of hers.
Something I noticed after seeing a show on the Zip Code tour from 2015 and now a show from this tour. Many Steve Hoffman board members long for the Rolling Stones to perform more “deep cuts” and seldom played songs from their recorded history, instead of the big hits. However, when they do select the seldom played songs and perform them, those songs are often the least memorable parts of the concert. There seems to be a reason why some songs are not performed live that often.
They just put up a Seattle vote now...........
All Down The Line
Beast of Burden
All Down The Line
Note how Jagger sings a few lines from Robert Johnson’s “Hellhound On My Trail” in the middle.
No one will be surprised I picked this request song!
"All Down The Line" would be great (my vote if I was going)..........but I won't be surprised if the Seattle crowd prefers burnt pizza.
Some people forget that Lisa had a number 1 record on the R&B chart, and won a Grammy in the early 1990s.
I respectfully disagree. For me personally anyways. Hearing Harlem Shuffle the other night in NJ was the highlight of the show. I would have loved to have heard "Have Mercy" at the DC gig.
I am a bit spoiled though, as I heard the first live performance of Sway in Columbus back in '05, and the first live performance of She Was Hot in FREEZING Chicago in '06. I certainly appreciate the deep cuts. However, the majority of the fans are there for the hits, and don't even know who Mick Taylor is, let a lone a deep cut like I Got the Blues.
To be clear, I know every Stones album well and the Mick Taylor era is my favorite. I have not had good luck hearing the deep cuts in concert. This would be my ultimate set list:
Time Is On My Side
The Last Time
It’s All Over Now
Under Assistant West Coast Promo Man
Can’t You Hear Me Knocking
Hand of Fate
All Down the Line
Time Waits for No One
All Sold Out
Miss Amanda Jones
Sitting On a Fence
I am quite sure I will never hear any of these by the Rolling Stones on any future tours!
I don't know that I agree with that. I have seen the Stones play several deep cuts, and always enjoyed them. The reason that the warhorses are played a lot has more to do with the fact that many people attending Stones concerts are first time attendees, or casual fans - that's why the Stones still pack stadiums, and other great bands of their era play Jones Beach. Deeper cuts will probably elicit a lesser reaction from many of them, but they all know Satisfaction and Brown Sugar, and they know that they should know Sympathy.
I love the idea of the deep cuts. I just have not had very good luck hearing them in concert.
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