• October 9, 2017 at 9:50 am #71139
    keefriffhards
    Participant

    Cool Nita, hopefully there is , usually its ok.

    yes i hope so and hoping for a good show, have you seen any song vote list for Dusseldorf

    No i don’t get taken in with the song vote thing, its already decided, as Keith showed last week when he just played the opening Riff to Rocks Off before Mick could show the result lol.

    he he i know, we all know it’s just a gimmick, i was just curious about what songs they decided to put on that list 🙂 and the “rock’s off” incident was priceless. Looked like good old keith, i don’t give a shit about Jagger’s bla bla…ing he he

    Haha yes, , it was so funny, you could see Keith did it on purpose by the way he looked at Ronnie with this mischievous grin on his face. In the same show he said to the crowd that he won’t talk to you in crap German, having a dig at Mick hehe. I don’t think Mick and Keith get on anymore. Probably why there is no Stones album.

    oh the ego’s. But if there was a lot of money in making a record? then i guess we would have had some more releases for the last couple of decades he he Still good friends: Keith was quick to point out that he still loved his friend dearly

     

    Oh now this picture looks funny.

     

    That’s right Nita, no money in albums anymore.

    October 9, 2017 at 7:13 pm #71143
    stonehearted
    Participant

    Keith plays alright left-handed — maybe he should just keep playing left-handed.

    October 10, 2017 at 8:46 am #71164
    keefriffhards
    Participant

    Keith plays alright left-handed — maybe he should just keep playing left-handed.

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    Lol Not only is this back to front, its the Copenhagen gig, not Dusseldorf.

    Imagine if it were true, Keith so dedicated he learnt how to play left handed for one song just for the fans to they got a descent solo on SFTD hehe.

    October 10, 2017 at 11:42 am #71166
    andrew t
    Participant

     

    So anyways… I checked out the two change-ups to the setlist and (usual disclaimer here: it’s 2017, it’s relative to other recent shows etc.) the actually sound half decent. I can’t figure Keith out. Granted, I didn’t analyze the whole show but he did pretty well on Bitch. Decent sound on the YT clip too. Some good bottom end on it, helps to hear the drums really thumping. If I were there and it was loud, I’d be having a good time.

     

    Get Off Of My Cloud not bad either. I just like seeing Charlie play that opening break. Same YT uploader, so there’s good bottom end on this one as well.

     

    Ronnie really saves the last minute and a half of Gimme Shelter. And boy, arenas sound SO much better than stadiums.

     

    Street Fighting Man. Keith locks in at 4:47. Cute moment with Mick bro-ing down with Keith and Charlie at 5:10. He looks so genuinely happy that Keith is doing OK.

     

    And hey, Keith didn’t blow the intro the intro to Start Me Up, so there’s that.

    Maybe a visit from Angus Young perked him up.

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    And today in Google Translate:

    To put together the setlist was certainly a tricky task for the many hits. “Start Me Up”, “Brown Sugar” or “Honky Tonk Woman” showed, of course, why Keith Richards is called “The Human Reef”. His guitar sound seemed to be absolutely raw and filterless, according to the tour motto, including small playfuls.

    http://www1.wdr.de/radio/wdr2/musik/konzerte/rolling-stones-konzert-duesseldorf-102.html

     

    Hotel Director Cyrus Heydarian of the Breidenbacher Hof is known for having a passion for great musicians. Other hotel managers would also have no objection to a visit by the band: Open was in the advance, namely, if and where these will dine out. The combo was once with the Italian Michelangelo Saitta in Oberkassel and many years ago in the Benkay at the Nikko hotel.

    Sandra Epper, general manager of the Nikko, is curious: “We would be very happy, of course, when the Rolling Stones eat with us again.” The same is true for Intercontinental boss Britta Kutz, who recommends a Sunday roast for the rockstars: “No question: I would like to have Mick Jagger and his colleagues like to serve this housewife’s costume,” she says amused.

    http://www.rp-online.de/nrw/staedte/duesseldorf/duesseldorf-rolling-stones-steigen-fuer-konzert-2017-im-breidenbacher-hof-ab-aid-1.7130911

    October 11, 2017 at 5:41 am #71180
    Marianita
    Participant

    Arriving Stockholm, even they’re landings rocks

    Don't you think it's sometimes wise not to grow up?

    October 11, 2017 at 12:57 pm #71186
    jasona93
    Participant

    Street Fighting Man. Keith locks in at 4:47. Cute moment with Mick bro-ing down with Keith and Charlie at 5:10. He looks so genuinely happy that Keith is doing OK.

    This is so great to see. Related to the other thread…for moments like this, yes they should still tour.

    October 12, 2017 at 8:19 am #71204
    Marianita
    Participant

    Friends Arena formerly known as the Swedbank Arena between 2009 and 2012, is the largest sports stadium in Sweden with three different possible seating configurations depending on what type of event is being hosted. For football matches of AIK Fotboll and the National team the ground has a 50,000 all seating capacity.

    Swedbank Friends Arena at night

    Don't you think it's sometimes wise not to grow up?

    October 12, 2017 at 5:29 pm #71220
    Cocaine Eyes
    Participant

    Stockholm 

     

    ~CE. 🍀

    October 13, 2017 at 12:54 am #71230
    Socrates
    Participant

    😀  :: cheers emoticon ::

     

     

    October 13, 2017 at 12:37 pm #71273
    andrew t
    Participant

    In today’s special edition of Google Translate. A song by song breakdown of last night’s show

    Rate song for song
    +++
    Sympathy for the devil
    Usually uses the end. But it’s a brilliant opening song. Maybe not the fastest version Stones has delivered in the past 20 years. The raw guitars sometimes miss the target, but they sound quite right.

    ++
    It’s only rock’n’roll (but I like it)
    “Plijong”. About that sounds the introduction. “Plijong”. The rest is not much better.
    +++
    Tumbling dice
    In the beginning, it seems that everyone on stage is in different places in the song. Where is ron Where is Keith? And the choir? Does Charlie know? Towards the end, they find each other again and get the right “Exile” hanger.
    +++
    Just your fool
    Stones enjoys his Buddy Johnson And His Orchestra cover. It is always a highlight when Jagger is picking up the accordion.
    +++
    Ride ’em on down
    It appears that Jimmy Reed was one of the original reasons why The Rolling Stones existed at all.
    ++
    Under my thumb
    Not the most politically correct text Stones has written. The version needs a paste. Or tape. The bad Xylophone swing must be made.
    ++++
    Sweet Virginia
    Fans’ game selection tonight. “Not sure we can,” says Jagger. Then they play very brilliant. It sounds like a gospel salon has left the church, found a bar and drunk full of Jack Daniels.
    +++
    You can not always get what you want
    Rock History’s best walnut. However, had preferred the soul choir with Sasha Allen and Bernard Fowler sounded higher than Ron Woods solo. One moment is Stones convincing. In the other, they seem to have forgotten which song is going on. Or how and when it ends. “Amazing,” Jagger calls afterwards. Oh well.
    +++
    Paint it black
    Sounds long terribly dangerous, but retrieves properly towards the end. Much thanks to Charlie Watt’s attacks.
    ++++
    Honky tonk women
    Such a moment where the band creates an enchanting groove from nowhere. It sounds as if everyone involved tries to play their first song together in the rehearsal and as the world’s best rock band throughout the ages.
    ++
    Happy
    How keith’s keith’s compulsory two pirate rock songs are yet …
    ++
    Slipping away
    … it becomes just more mandatory than necessary. But breaking this tradition would be like setting Christmas Eve.
    +++
    Miss you
    Saturday night Jagger.
    +++++
    Midnight rambler
    Long and amazing. Greedy and handsome. No one plays blues like Rolling Stones. And when they are so good – do not rock either. The music flows out over the arena and sticks around everywhere.

    +++++
    Street fighting man
    It’s hard to understand that Stones just over an hour ago staggered through an “It’s Only Rock’n’roll (but I like it)”. It’s not the same band anymore.
    ++++
    Start me up
    Ron and Keith throw the rifle between each other as if they have glowing coal in their hands. A hopelessly bored song gets new life and hips.
    ++++
    Brown sugar
    Group continues to rush forward …
    ++++
    Jumpin ‘Jack flash
    … in an impressive inferno of riffs, gospel, blues and soul.
    eNCORE
    ++++
    Gimme shelter
    Even Stones themselves have managed to surpass the studio version from the album “Let it bleed”. But tonight they are doing a good try. Sasha Allen and Mick Jagger have their own show on the ramp. But the most impressive is how Ron and Keith creep up and lack the apocalyptic groove. This was how it sounded like the 60’s. One of the five best rock songs in the world.
    ++++
    (I can not get no) Satisfaction
    Bad nights usually the eternal teenager sounds like, well, Status Quo. However, this is not such a gig.

    https://www.aftonbladet.se/nojesbladet/a/PkkXJ/sa-bra-var-rolling-stones-spelning-pa-friends-arena

    October 13, 2017 at 2:32 pm #71274
    Cocaine Eyes
    Participant

    In today’s special edition of Google Translate. A song by song breakdown of last night’s show Rate song for song +++ Sympathy for the devil Usually uses the end. But it’s a brilliant opening song. Maybe not the fastest version Stones has delivered in the past 20 years. The raw guitars sometimes miss the target, but they sound quite right. ++ It’s only rock’n’roll (but I like it) “Plijong”. About that sounds the introduction. “Plijong”. The rest is not much better. +++ Tumbling dice In the beginning, it seems that everyone on stage is in different places in the song. Where is ron Where is Keith? And the choir? Does Charlie know? Towards the end, they find each other again and get the right “Exile” hanger. +++ Just your fool Stones enjoys his Buddy Johnson And His Orchestra cover. It is always a highlight when Jagger is picking up the accordion. +++ Ride ’em on down It appears that Jimmy Reed was one of the original reasons why The Rolling Stones existed at all. ++ Under my thumb Not the most politically correct text Stones has written. The version needs a paste. Or tape. The bad Xylophone swing must be made. ++++ Sweet Virginia Fans’ game selection tonight. “Not sure we can,” says Jagger. Then they play very brilliant. It sounds like a gospel salon has left the church, found a bar and drunk full of Jack Daniels. +++ You can not always get what you want Rock History’s best walnut. However, had preferred the soul choir with Sasha Allen and Bernard Fowler sounded higher than Ron Woods solo. One moment is Stones convincing. In the other, they seem to have forgotten which song is going on. Or how and when it ends. “Amazing,” Jagger calls afterwards. Oh well. +++ Paint it black Sounds long terribly dangerous, but retrieves properly towards the end. Much thanks to Charlie Watt’s attacks. ++++ Honky tonk women Such a moment where the band creates an enchanting groove from nowhere. It sounds as if everyone involved tries to play their first song together in the rehearsal and as the world’s best rock band throughout the ages. ++ Happy How keith’s keith’s compulsory two pirate rock songs are yet … ++ Slipping away … it becomes just more mandatory than necessary. But breaking this tradition would be like setting Christmas Eve. +++ Miss you Saturday night Jagger. +++++ Midnight rambler Long and amazing. Greedy and handsome. No one plays blues like Rolling Stones. And when they are so good – do not rock either. The music flows out over the arena and sticks around everywhere. +++++ Street fighting man It’s hard to understand that Stones just over an hour ago staggered through an “It’s Only Rock’n’roll (but I like it)”. It’s not the same band anymore. ++++ Start me up Ron and Keith throw the rifle between each other as if they have glowing coal in their hands. A hopelessly bored song gets new life and hips. ++++ Brown sugar Group continues to rush forward … ++++ Jumpin ‘Jack flash … in an impressive inferno of riffs, gospel, blues and soul. eNCORE ++++ Gimme shelter Even Stones themselves have managed to surpass the studio version from the album “Let it bleed”. But tonight they are doing a good try. Sasha Allen and Mick Jagger have their own show on the ramp. But the most impressive is how Ron and Keith creep up and lack the apocalyptic groove. This was how it sounded like the 60’s. One of the five best rock songs in the world. ++++ (I can not get no) Satisfaction Bad nights usually the eternal teenager sounds like, well, Status Quo. However, this is not such a gig. https://www.aftonbladet.se/nojesbladet/a/PkkXJ/sa-bra-var-rolling-stones-spelning-pa-friends-arena

    Even though I’m taking a time-out from EOMS, how could I avoid returning to Andrew’s famous translations from Google? THIS one is hilarious and I’ve highlighted the parts that made me laugh the most!!

    Now from this woman who speaks French & English I’ll say: ‘Eh der by gar. Looking for my May West and maybe an old Bra’dor!!

    ~CE 🇨🇦

    October 13, 2017 at 3:26 pm #71275
    andrew t
    Participant

    Sweet Virginia from last night:

    October 13, 2017 at 3:56 pm #71276
    Cocaine Eyes
    Participant

    Last night, Under My Thumb:

    ~CE 🌷

    Aaaaaaaad, one more stop before PARIS!! 🌻

    October 14, 2017 at 5:28 am #71284
    stonehearted
    Participant

    Sweet Virginia from last night:

    It’s okay up to a point. Too bad about the sax player — he seems to be channeling Ernie Watts. Which is okay, I guess. Yes, Ernie Watts was a good jobsworth too.

    October 15, 2017 at 2:51 pm #71470
    Cocaine Eyes
    Participant

    Wow, odd/different looking tongue for tonight’s show!

    https://mobile.twitter.com/RollingStones/status/919573179080892417

    ~CE 🌧

    October 15, 2017 at 4:53 pm #71478
    Cocaine Eyes
    Participant

    Setlist:

     

    ~CE 🌻

    October 15, 2017 at 5:05 pm #71479
    stonehearted
    Participant

    Can’t wait to see the vids from tonight’s show.

     

    I hear Keith played the wrong intro to Start Me Up — he thought they would be playing Brown Sugar instead. Oh, those senior moments!

     

    “Train wreck for Dartford, now boarding on Track 16. Train wreck for Dartford, now boarding on Track 16.”

    October 15, 2017 at 7:52 pm #71483
    Cocaine Eyes
    Participant

    Can’t wait to see the vids from tonight’s show. I hear Keith played the wrong intro to Start Me Up — he thought they would be playing Brown Sugar instead. Oh, those senior moments! “Train wreck for Dartford, now boarding on Track 16. Train wreck for Dartford, now boarding on Track 16.”

    More than likely merely “HUMAN” moments. Hardly a “train wreck” after 50+ years of success.

    ~CE🇨🇦

    October 15, 2017 at 7:57 pm #71484
    Cocaine Eyes
    Participant

    She’s So Cold:

    ~CE 🌷

    October 15, 2017 at 8:03 pm #71485

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