Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by mbrownp1, Feb 6, 2020.
Jagger was concerned with the Don Was retro sound of Voodoo Lounge.
Bad common mistake - never let your pushy girlfriend speak for you in the band. Spinal Tap etc.
Aside from what was shown in the initial half hour ABC feature, extensive one on one interviews were also filmed with most band members and when I last looked were still on YouTube.
Please also note that there also exists an official 2DVD edition of Ladies And Gentlemen that features Australian 73' tour interviews on disc 2!
Yes and there IS more!
Yes a poignant appearance as she died soon after at a young age.
I believe her respected Rock Encyclopedia was published in 1969.
And there we have the image of the actual promo GHS tin.
John I assume the glossy photos with the Japanese text would be from the long running Stone People magazines.
Love to find one though "It's Only Goats Head Soup" is also a pretty fabulous CD in it's own right.
Pat - (et)ernity?
That interview/press conference was in Europe 73' and has been heavily booted on LP & CD.
Taylor sounds very straight even if he didn't look it and only gets to really comment in any detail on a couple of points.
If needs be I could find the country, date, hotel & interviewers name.
For @DTK as you asked me what was the point.
For one I can't assume a cleaned up Keith on his 73-76 output wouldn't be delivering better studio output than from say 80-86.
In fact I would almost definitely say he would be - given the highly prestigious run he had just previously played a part in.
Thanks The Beave. On a slightly wider point the Stones have survived in a way that in 1973/74/75 or 76 was not really predictable. If I went back to 74 in the Dr Who Tardis and told Mick and Keef that in 2020 1. Mick would be a Sir, 2. Keef would still be alive, and the Stones could sell out a series of shows in any venue they like in the UK and most of the world I think they would call me nuts.
Rolling Stones European press conference, 1973
It's from a Japanese magazine but I don't which one.
I have that one as well.
Yes, I mentioned above songwriting wasn't the only reason he left. However, I have read that Rose was pushing him on the songwriting issue.
I also imagine the record company types were telling him they would make him the next Eric Clapton/Jeff Beck if he went solo.
Thanks for this, Mick reaching for the big bottle of JD, love it. Inviting Keith to get hammered, ha.
Yes I know you do.
Is this really a thing, or just Keith doing the "we got some stuff in the can" lingo.............
The Deluxe? Definitely a thing, work definitely commenced, who knows when it will appear
Sept 1, 1973 The Rolling Stones pose at a press conference to promote their album 'Goats Head Soup' in a restaurant in Munich Germany.
Keith looking quite healthy and chipper.
EDIT: Even Mick looks pretty burnt! Man, that '72 tour really took a toll on them. Don't even think Keith is 30 yet in this photo, Mick barely.
Tins of Goats Head soup are delivered to a Rolling Stones press conference to promote the album 'Goats Head Soup' in a restaurant in Munich, Germany in September 1973.
Mick Taylor being interviewed about Goat's Head Soup in 1973
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