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  posted on 5/28/2010 at 06:38 PM
Anyone else having one since the reissue of Exile on Main St.? I am.

Listening to some 72'-73' shows, it's evident the lads were having one, rompin' time. The Ya-Ya's album has NOTHING on some of these shows, & it makes you realize how TERRIBLY misrepresented Mick Taylor is during this period. He's a completely different animal compared to the studio.

There are versions of Love in Vain & Gimme Shelter that's dropped my jaw on the kitchen floor.

Like, WOW.

 

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  posted on 5/28/2010 at 07:06 PM
actually,no,not a revival......I listen to the Stones all the time....Exile & Beggar's Banquet are in my top 5 fav. LP's ever.....never have stopped listening to the Stones since the very 1st LP....

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  posted on 5/28/2010 at 07:38 PM
I think it's the live shows that have really taken it up a notch for my ears.

The stuff has been magnificent!

 

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  posted on 5/28/2010 at 07:48 PM
Got to admit that after I picked up the Exile on Main Street remaster, I bought all the remasters from Sticky Fingers to Tattoo You. I can definately hear some things more clearly than the old CBS cds I had. Been listening to several Mick Taylor shows that I was able to pick up in a vine. Really good stuff all around, like meeting an old friend for the first time in years!

 

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  posted on 5/29/2010 at 09:33 AM
I'm a huge Stones fan, but you're right, the live stuff from 1972-1973 really kicks it up tenfold. There is nothing like out nd out jams of the live "Midnight Rambler" or "Can't ALways Get What You Want" from that era on any of the official releases. If more people heard that stuff, you'd hear the name Mick Taylor more often.

Later this year, when they finally put out the 1972 concert film "Ladies and Gentlmen, the ROlling Stones," and people get an eye/earful of THAT, then you will hear some talk. That film is AWESOME. I can't wait for it.

 

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  posted on 5/29/2010 at 09:42 AM
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I'm a huge Stones fan, but you're right, the live stuff from 1972-1973 really kicks it up tenfold. There is nothing like out nd out jams of the live "Midnight Rambler" or "Can't ALways Get What You Want" from that era on any of the official releases. If more people heard that stuff, you'd hear the name Mick Taylor more often.

Later this year, when they finally put out the 1972 concert film "Ladies and Gentlmen, the ROlling Stones," and people get an eye/earful of THAT, then you will hear some talk. That film is AWESOME. I can't wait for it.


is the film a dvd yet?
where can it be seen?

 
 


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