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    Quote Originally Posted by PrideofPasadena View Post
    It wasn't as good as Some Girls, but I'd say Tattoo was their last great one. Even the deep cuts are great. Worry About You, Aint No Use in Crying...
    Much of it is from the Some Girl sessions, so, it should be good.
    Yeah, it makes sense, has that vibe.
    Graver, Walking Ed, refugee from CVH & proud tone chaser...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bklynboy68 View Post
    Ten teenagers journey down a path to self-discovery as they adjust to life on a farm in this examination of the stress and alienation of adolescence.

    Come On Children- Featuring Alex Zivojinovich (Alex Lifeson) 1973.


    And actually filmed in 1970 when he was only 17

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    Quote Originally Posted by japeape View Post
    I always used to say "Some Girls" was the last, GREAT Stones album, but "Tattoo You"
    is constantly on rotation, for me.

    And i love Keef's guitar tone on "Girls" and "Tattoo."

    It's that nasally, primal, slight phasey, tele thing happening.
    Couple of things...A contributing factor to Keithís (and Ronnieís) tone was Chris Kimseyís direct recording method and the Mesa/Boogie Mark 1 amps they used.

    Slave was from a 1974 Munich recording session...was a jam the band was working on, when they had a visitor to the studio, Mr Jeff Beck.

    I was gonna being up Charlie and his (human metronome) drumbeat and itís importance to the Stones as well...

    BTW Charlie and Neil are reported to be good friends.
    "Always hopeful, yet discontent,
    He knows changes aren't permanent
    But change is!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by wombattt View Post
    Couple of things...A contributing factor to Keith’s (and Ronnie’s) tone was Chris Kimsey’s direct recording method and the Mesa/Boogie Mark 1 amps they used.

    Slave was from a 1974 Munich recording session...was a jam the band was working on, when they had a visitor to the studio, Mr Jeff Beck.

    I was gonna being up Charlie and his (human metronome) drumbeat and it’s importance to the Stones as well...

    BTW Charlie and Neil are reported to be good friends.
    "Slave" almost sounds like it could be from "Black & Blue."

    Was that '75?

    Ahhhh, "Hand of fate" was such a killer Stones track.
    Graver, Walking Ed, refugee from CVH & proud tone chaser...

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    Folks are so cool in this thread.

    In the Stones thread, there's a nasty debate about Signals vs. Permanent Waves.
    Graver, Walking Ed, refugee from CVH & proud tone chaser...

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    Quote Originally Posted by japeape View Post
    I gotta go with VS on this, and not just Peart.

    Copeland, Moon, Bonzo, Watts, Peart, even Phil Rudd...
    You can just tell when they play, there's differing styles and attacks and playing
    behind or ahead of the beat.

    Drummers have plenty of soul & musicality.
    It's not just about technique & hitting things accurately.

    Music is played.
    I call it character, but yeah, even great players do not play with the same nuance. The notes and beats can be copied but the nuance/personality can't. And when you're talking about people that have played decades together, in any band, no one else can just fill that. Same as a sports team. The timing between a QB and a receiver and their ability to predict each other can't be instantly replicated no matter how talented and big and fast the replacement player is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wombattt View Post
    Couple of things...A contributing factor to Keith’s (and Ronnie’s) tone was Chris Kimsey’s direct recording method and the Mesa/Boogie Mark 1 amps they used.

    Slave was from a 1974 Munich recording session...was a jam the band was working on, when they had a visitor to the studio, Mr Jeff Beck.

    I was gonna being up Charlie and his (human metronome) drumbeat and it’s importance to the Stones as well...

    BTW Charlie and Neil are reported to be good friends.
    Charlie coming out to meet Neil before Rush's set at the big SARS event:


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    Quote Originally Posted by japeape View Post
    "Slave" almost sounds like it could be from "Black & Blue."

    Was that '75?

    Ahhhh, "Hand of fate" was such a killer Stones track.
    Yes sir, the Black and Blue sessions
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    Quote Originally Posted by snowdog View Post
    Charlie coming out to meet Neil before Rush's set at the big SARS event:

    Goddamn, that was cool.

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    Listen to the fucking drums and guitar here. It's SO great!



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    GUP was a great tour for them. Still think it's one of their most underrated records. DEW might be my favorite Rush song, at least in the top three. And Afterimage and Red Sector A kick ass too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Van Squalen View Post
    GUP was a great tour for them. Still think it's one of their most underrated records. DEW might be my favorite Rush song, at least in the top three. And Afterimage and Red Sector A kick ass too.
    GUP fucking rules.

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    Man, this is so fucking heavy...


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    I may have been enjoying some rum last night, can anyone tell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Van Squalen View Post
    GUP was a great tour for them. Still think it's one of their most underrated records. DEW might be my favorite Rush song, at least in the top three. And Afterimage and Red Sector A kick ass too.
    The florescent g/p shirts were awesome.

 

 

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