Some girls

Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by DLReed, Nov 28, 2019.

  1. DLReed

    DLReed TDPRI Member

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    If you have Amazon Prime you should watch the Rolling Stones Some girls live 1978 tour concert. It's loose, smoky and fun
     
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    I have that DVD, good stuff.
     
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    Yeah, watching that made me think I was witnessing what guitar playing is all about. I bet going to a concert in that time period was such a great experience
     
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    I love that concert! There’s a quirky little riff Keith adds towards the end of Beast of Burden that I’ve never heard him use before or since. Love it!!!
     
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    I saw them on that tour in '78 in Hampton, VA. It was hotter than hell that summer, the floor was a sweat pit, the Stones were running late, and Peter Tosh finally brought some cool reggae on stage to calm things down. It was epic.......

    - Bob
     
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    ..are bigger than others

     
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    I saw that tour in Tucson that summer, when Linda Ronstadt came out and sang Tumbling Dice with them. Didn’t know there was a movies from that tour. Is it newly released?
     
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    My first thought, too. One of Marr's greatest guitar parts blended with Morrissey's quirkiest lyrics. Love it!
     
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    I think Ronnie Wood was really, really good on that tour.

     
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    Keef was using a MK Boogie then too I think
     
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