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    Quote Originally Posted by wombattt View Post
    Everyone is fully credited on the recent remaster, Taylor on Tops, but since they settled out of court in ‘82 they left his name off of Waiting on a Friend.
    Yeah, but on the original sleeve in ‘81 there’s no information on who played what. I found this which kind of makes sense though:

    “If I remember well, Waiting on a Friend and Tops were recorded when Mick Taylor was a full partner within the Stones (something Wood didn't get until the 90's), which entitles him to get 20% of the artists royalties on any material they had recorded during the era. I'm not sure Taylor gets anything as a band member from Let It Bleed or Metamorphosis but he's supposed to earn money from the other albums he played on.

    Apparently, his solo was overdubbed by Sonny Rollins on sax for Waiting but his rhythm part was kept. His hands are also all over Tops but the issue wasn't about songwriting credits. He plays on that track, he was a Rolling Stone at that time, so he's supposed to perceive something like 1.8% from the artists share of the album and 20% from the particular tracks.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by fudd View Post
    And? Still doesn’t change good music. I wasn’t around when sgt peppers was recorded. Still my favorite album.


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    You're tripping me out lately. Pepper? Really?

    Mine is a Beach Boy album.

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    Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is one of the greatest pieces of musical art of all time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaboChris View Post
    You're tripping me out lately. Pepper? Really?

    Mine is a Beach Boy album.
    Sgt peppers lonely hearts club band is the greatest album in history. Probably followed up closely by rubber soul/revolver.


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    Sgt Pepper was always (easily) my favorite Beatles' album.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fudd View Post
    No. No it doesn’t.
    Aren't you breaking some kind of local Florida/Georgia NASCAR rule with that Southern Blasphemy ....haha... Richard Petty and Dick Trickle are going to be pissed.




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    Quote Originally Posted by fudd View Post
    Sgt peppers lonely hearts club band is the greatest album in history. Probably followed up closely by rubber soul/revolver.


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    I like both Rubber Soul and Revolver better than Sgt. Pepper. I'd throw Abbey Road in there, also.
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    I understand why Sgt. Pepper is important in music history. Song for song Revolver is the superior Beatles album.

    There are no skips on Revolver. Ten years after the album came out "Got to Get You Into My Life" hit number 7 on the Top 40 charts.

    "When I'm 64", "Lovely Rita", "Mr. Kite" no one wants to hear those songs.

    That said, "A Day In The Life" might be the best song the Beatles ever did.

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    But.... BACK to the STONES




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    Quote Originally Posted by billy007 View Post
    Yeah, but on the original sleeve in ‘81 there’s no information on who played what. I found this which kind of makes sense though:

    “If I remember well, Waiting on a Friend and Tops were recorded when Mick Taylor was a full partner within the Stones (something Wood didn't get until the 90's), which entitles him to get 20% of the artists royalties on any material they had recorded during the era. I'm not sure Taylor gets anything as a band member from Let It Bleed or Metamorphosis but he's supposed to earn money from the other albums he played on.

    Apparently, his solo was overdubbed by Sonny Rollins on sax for Waiting but his rhythm part was kept. His hands are also all over Tops but the issue wasn't about songwriting credits. He plays on that track, he was a Rolling Stone at that time, so he's supposed to perceive something like 1.8% from the artists share of the album and 20% from the particular tracks.”

    Let’s chalk it up to everything changes when you’ve got a hit single on your hands
    "Always hopeful, yet discontent,
    He knows changes aren't permanent
    But change is!"

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    It’s an outtake, but damn what an outtake

    "Always hopeful, yet discontent,
    He knows changes aren't permanent
    But change is!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJENZ View Post
    I understand why Sgt. Pepper is important in music history. Song for song Revolver is the superior Beatles album.

    There are no skips on Revolver. Ten years after the album came out "Got to Get You Into My Life" hit number 7 on the Top 40 charts.

    "When I'm 64", "Lovely Rita", "Mr. Kite" no one wants to hear those songs.

    That said, "A Day In The Life" might be the best song the Beatles ever did.
    I took a "History Of Rock" class in college back in the mid 80s and wrote my term paper on the cultural impact of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band", which was obviously massive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by atomicpunk5151 View Post
    But.... BACK to the STONES



    One of my favorite guitar riffs of all-time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJENZ View Post
    "When I'm 64", "Lovely Rita", "Mr. Kite" no one wants to hear those songs.
    I respectfully disagree.

    Quote Originally Posted by TJENZ View Post
    That said, "A Day In The Life" might be the best song the Beatles ever did.
    Yeah, I can agree with that.

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    The underrated and often forgotten gem from Sgt. Pepper's ...

    "It's so lonely at the top because it's so crowded at the bottom" - Diamond David Lee Roth

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