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Rolling Stones' Rock & Roll Circus released to select theaters in 4K

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It's debatable how much involvement Jones had in those songs Miser has listed.

 

Other than adding fucking oddball instruments here and there.

 

It took Mick and Keith 3 albums to start writing top notch material.

 

Once they completely they took over, well, the rest is history.......

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6 hours ago, Ragnar said:

It's debatable how much involvement Jones had in those songs Miser has listed.

 

Other than adding fucking oddball instruments here and there.

 

It took Mick and Keith 3 albums to start writing top notch material.

 

Once they completely they took over, well, the rest is history.......


(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction - acoustic guitar

 

Heart of Stone - down tuned electric guitar


Under My Thumb - marimbas 

 

Get Off My Cloud - lead electric guitar

 

19th Nervous Breakdown - rhythm electric guitar

 

Have You Seen Your Mother Baby (Standing in the Shadows)? - distorted guitar


Lady Jane - dulcimer 

 

Mother's Little Helper - 12-string electric guitar

 

Paint it Black - sitar 

I Am Waiting - dulcimer 

 

Doncha Bother Me - slide guitar 

 

Yesterday's Paper - marimba 

 

Ruby Tuesday - flute and piano


She's A Rainbow - melltron set to horn setting


2000 Light Years From Home - strings

 

Citadel - mellotron, flute, saxophone 

 

No Expectations - slide guitar

 

Dear Doctor - harmonica

 

Parachute Woman - acoustic guitar, harmonica

 

Jumpin' Jack Flash - electric and acoustic guitars roars 

 

Street Fighting Man - sitar and tanpura

 

Also you realize that he played on 12 albums with them across 6 years (1963-1969) right? 

 

You realize also you can love all three eras (Jones, Taylor, and Wood) right?

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3 hours ago, Miser said:

You realize also you can love all three eras (Jones, Taylor, and Wood) right?

I can but I don't. Cry me a river. Taylor era is the best.

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9 hours ago, Ragnar said:

I can but I don't. Cry me a river. Taylor era is the best.

 

You realize that the only album Taylor fully plays on is Goat's Head Soup right? He plays on 8 of 10 songs on Sticky Fingers, mostly bass on Exile except for the final side of the record. Goat's Head Soup he plays on every song, It's Only Rock N' Roll he plays on 7 out of 10 songs,.

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On 4/5/2019 at 9:29 AM, Miser said:

-The only captured performance of Tony Iommi as a member of Jethro Tull

I used to be a big BS fan and first learned about this from that. I heard it was shelved destroyed because they were outdone by their guests. I always wanted to see it but mostly because it was rumored to no longer exist.

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10 hours ago, meatpuppet said:

I used to be a big BS fan and first learned about this from that. I heard it was shelved destroyed because they were outdone by their guests. I always wanted to see it but mostly because it was rumored to no longer exist.

 

The Stones were mainly insecure about being upstaged by The Who, who were fresh off the road and put on a well oiled, terrific performance. The Stones hadn't performed live outside of an awards show six months earlier in a year and a half and were rusty. Plus, they went on last, and because it was meant as a film, they did up to 12 takes of each song until they got the perfect "take" for each track, and they didn't go on to begin with until 3am. So you had a band that hadn't performed in a year with one sickly/disinterested member, a band that was exhausted from doing the same songs over and over again, and who didn't even start until the middle of the night.

Even still, I think they put on a good performance considering:

 

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I'm not enough of a Stones fan to tell if they were missing notes or not but that was alright though it sounded funkier.

It's a nice curio but not worth $13 in a theater. I think it also came out too late.

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11 hours ago, meatpuppet said:

I'm not enough of a Stones fan to tell if they were missing notes or not but that was alright though it sounded funkier.

It's a nice curio but not worth $13 in a theater. I think it also came out too late.


Wouldn't have come out at all if Mick and Keith had had their way. The Stones do not own ANY rights to any songs produced prior to 1970 due to a deal they made with their then manager, Andrew Loog Oldham. They were young and stupid and didn't read the fine print. He owns all their recordings including live shows prior to 1970 (even songs that were recorded prior to 1970, but not released until AFTER 1970, like Brown Sugar [recorded in 1969] belong to him). 
Not missing notes here, just playing in standard tuning as opposed to Open G. Also Brian's guitar is mixed low akin to the way Izzy's was during the UYI tour, which also doesn't help the sound.
They wanted to redo the concert at the Roman Coliseum in the Spring of 1969 but they weren't allowed.

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