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PARIS, France - A new song by the Rolling Stones, one of two included in their forthcoming "Grrr!" greatest hits album, will be released on Thursday, October 11, the group's Universal record label said.

"Doom and Gloom," recorded in Paris over the summer, will be broadcast by radio stations and available as a digital download via iTunes from Thursday morning, the label said on Wednesday.

"Grrr!" will be released on November 12 and will also include another new song, "One Last Shot."

Both songs are the result of the band's first recording in 7 years. Their last album "A Bigger Bang" was released in 2005.

The Rolling Stones celebrated their 50th anniversary this year.

The new album will be available in several formats including CD and vinyl.

On November 5, a remastered version of "Charlie is My Darling," the first documentary about the Rolling Stones, will be released.

The documentary by Pete Whitehead was filmed on September 3 and 4, 1965, after the release of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction."

A poor quality 50-minute pirate version exists but the 65-minute official version has been painstakingly restored, Universal said

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Out in Hilversum it's always very quiet.
LOL dat is niet het Hilversum waar ik woon dan :')
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Hilversum is the centre of European nightlife zegt hij toch
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Oh tot daar was ik nog niet :') Ik was tot 7:50 gekomen :')
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Godver wat een heerlijke rauwe Stones sound! O+
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Oww _O_
As Keith has said, ‘That’s when you find the pure, unadulterated Mick Jagger, when he’s playing the harmonica.’
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The Rolling Stones - Blue and Lonesome

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~:)
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The Rolling Stones - Blue and Lonesome

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Die cover :')
Verder wel _O_

(Ondanks dat ik stiekem toch teleurgesteld ben dat ze geen album hebben uitgebracht met eigen werk)
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Ik moet zeggen, ik hoor ze liever een album met goede bluescovers spelen dan nieuw werk als Doom & Gloom en One More Shot. Dat klinkt allemaal wat fabrieksmatig en mensen staan ze raar aan te kijken als ze nieuwe onbekende nummers live spelen. De blues, daar ligt hun echte liefde.
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  donderdag 6 oktober 2016 @ 15:26:38 #13
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6.10.2016 - Rolling Stones brengen in december nieuw blues album uit

11 jaar na hun laatste studio album ‘A Bigger Bang’ brengen The Rolling Stones weer een nieuw studio album uit. Op 2 december 2016 verschijnt het nieuwe album ‘Blue and Lonesome’.

Op het album keren de Stones terug naar hun roots van de blues. In slechts 3 dagen namen de Stones in december 2015 een aantal blues klassiekers op.
12 hiervan zullen op het album verschijnen. Aan 2 nummers, ‘Hoo Doo Blues’ en ‘I Can’t Quit You Baby’, heeft Eric Clapton zijn medewerking verleend.
Producer Don Was nam de productie voor zijn rekening. Hij produceerde in 1994 ook al het album ‘Voodoo Lounge’ van de band.

De tracklist van het album zal er als volgt uit komen te zien:

1. Just Your Fool (Original written / recorded in 1960 by Little Walter)
2. Commit A Crime (Original written / recorded in 1966 by Howlin’ Wolf – Chester Burnett)
3. Blue And Lonesome (Original written / recorded in 1959 by Little Walter)
4. All Of Your Love (Original written / recorded in 1967 by Magic Sam – Samuel Maghett)
5. I Gotta Go (Original written / recorded in 1955 by Little Walter)
6. *Everybody Knows About My Good Thing (Original recorded in 1971 by Little Johnny Taylor, composed by Miles Grayson & Lermon Horton)
7. Ride ‘Em On Down (Original written / recorded in 1955 by Eddie Taylor)
8. Hate To See You Go (Original written / recorded in 1955 by Little Walter)
9. Hoo Doo Blues (Original recorded in 1958 by Lightnin’ Slim, composed by Otis Hicks & Jerry West)
10. Little Rain (Original recorded in 1957 by Jimmy Reed, composed by Ewart.G.Abner Jr. & Jimmy Reed)
11. Just Like I Treat You (Original written by Willie Dixon / recorded by Howlin’ Wolf in December 1961)
12. I Can’t Quit You Baby (Original written by Willie Dixon / recorded by Otis Rush in 1956)
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De 'single' op Spotify klinkt enorm 60's :-)

https://open.spotify.com/album/58VVYhLZUtDm4y3WX8Md1F
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De 'single' op Spotify klinkt enorm 60's :-)

https://open.spotify.com/album/58VVYhLZUtDm4y3WX8Md1F
Ze doen simpelweg waar ze goed in zijn en wat ze leuk vinden, en dat is duidelijk te horen. :)
'Als wij onze vrijheid zo ver doorvoeren dat we accepteren dat anderen die ondermijnen, kunnen we haar in een oogwenk verliezen.'
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De 'single' op Spotify klinkt enorm 60's :-)

https://open.spotify.com/album/58VVYhLZUtDm4y3WX8Md1F
Vind het echt lekker klinken!
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Desert Trip 7 oct setlist:

Start Me Up
You Got Me Rocking
Out of Control
Ride 'Em on Down (Jimmy Reed cover) (First time live since 1962, to be released on new blues album)
Mixed Emotions
Wild Horses
It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It)
Come Together (The Beatles cover) (Live debut by The Stones)
Tumbling Dice
Honky Tonk Women
Slipping Away
Little T&A
Midnight Rambler
Miss You
Gimme Shelter
Sympathy for the Devil
Brown Sugar
Jumpin' Jack Flash
Encore:
You Can't Always Get What You Want
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction


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Desert Trip 7 oct setlist:

Start Me Up
You Got Me Rocking
Out of Control
Ride 'Em on Down (Jimmy Reed cover) (First time live since 1962, to be released on new blues album)
Mixed Emotions
Wild Horses
It's Only Rock 'n' Roll (But I Like It)
Come Together (The Beatles cover) (Live debut by The Stones)
Tumbling Dice
Honky Tonk Women
Slipping Away
Little T&A
Midnight Rambler
Miss You
Gimme Shelter
Sympathy for the Devil
Brown Sugar
Jumpin' Jack Flash
Encore:
You Can't Always Get What You Want
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction


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Lekkere setlist!
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  zondag 9 oktober 2016 @ 01:12:08 #25
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Album op vinyl besteld. ^O^
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Ik wil Havana Moon ook wel hebben eigenlijk (bluray)
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De 'single' op Spotify klinkt enorm 60's :-)

https://open.spotify.com/album/58VVYhLZUtDm4y3WX8Md1F
^O^
Kssstt niet zo kittig!
  zaterdag 15 oktober 2016 @ 00:32:44 #28
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Dit weekend nog een keer live met al die ander bejaarden op het festival in de USA. ^O^
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Sweet Virginia ^O^ ^O^
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Ik vind de versie van Just Your Fool live echt 100x beter dan de studio versie.
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MickJagger twitterde op woensdag 09-11-2016 om 10:23:34 Just was watching the news... maybe they'll ask me to sing 'You Can't Always Get What You Want' at the inauguration, ha! reageer retweet
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MickJagger twitterde op woensdag 09-11-2016 om 10:23:34 Just was watching the news... maybe they'll ask me to sing 'You Can't Always Get What You Want' at the inauguration, ha! reageer retweet
Jagger _O-
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MickJagger twitterde op woensdag 09-11-2016 om 10:23:34 Just was watching the news... maybe they'll ask me to sing 'You Can't Always Get What You Want' at the inauguration, ha! reageer retweet
Sympathy for the Devil zou ook wel toepasselijk zijn. >:)
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it won't take long ook wel
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Net genoten van Havana Moon. Jagger is wel de fitste bejaarde ever!
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September 1965. Charlie Watts steps to a microphone in a smart sport jacket, introducing "one of our favorite numbers" to a packed Dublin theater. The 24-year-old drummer heads back to his modest kit, and the Rolling Stones tumble into Howlin' Wolf's "Little Red Rooster," Keith Richards' duh-dunt-dah-duh riff battling Brian Jones' spiky slide-guitar runs. And a thousand Irish teenage girls greet each Chess Records guitar stab with crescendoing, this-song-is-so-fab shrieks. (Later, the audience will embark on an actual riot, storming the stage, which just makes it a typical Stones tour stop.)

Ten months earlier, the band had somehow managed to push that raw take on 12-bar Chicago blues atop the U.K. singles chart (though U.S. radio refused to play it, suspecting that the lyrics' prowling rooster was not, in fact, a bird). "Little Red Rooster" is apparently still the only traditional blues ever to hit Number One in the U.K. "It's crackers," Mick Jagger says five decades later, on a late-October day in Manhattan, pondering that achievement, recalling those screams. He laughs. "You know, it's crazy. I mean, that was a weirdo thing, 'cause we could've done anything at that time and it would've been Number One. That was the point." He's wearing a white button-front shirt with a subtle blue pattern and teensy black trousers that are probably the same waist size as his checkered pants on that Irish stage 51 years back. He looks his age, sort of, except not at all.

As with all the Stones' early blues recordings, Jagger says that "Red Rooster" was done "out of love." "We were kids," he says, "and we were proselytizing. The Beatles, to some extent, did the same – they talked about the music they loved, which was always, like, soul music." The Stones' music was rooted more firmly in their influences, however, and they went further in honoring them. In May of '65, they strong-armed the U.S. teen TV show Shindig! into hosting Howlin' Wolf himself, with the Stones sitting at the besuited, six-foot-three, 275-pound 55-year-old's feet as he bellowed "How Many More Years," jumping in place and eliciting some improbable adolescent shrieks in his own right. "When those blues records came out," says Jagger, "they were, in a sense, for their audience, pop music. They would play it like we would play Kendrick Lamar. To me, take away the genres for a minute and it's all pop music."

Now, the Stones have circled back to the blues, with Blue & Lonesome, a (mostly) live-in-the-studio collection of 12 songs originally performed by the likes of Little Walter, Jimmy Reed and, again, Howlin' Wolf. It's the first Stones album to have zero Jagger-Richards originals; even their debut had a couple of attempts at songwriting. Recording Blue & Lonesome was easy – it took all of three days. "It made itself," says Richards. As Ronnie Wood points out, however, it's also the product of "a lifetime's research, really."

Figuring out when and how to release it was trickier. "I'm saying to the record company," says Jagger, "'Can you make this pop music if you want? Is it marketable?'" The album came out of sessions that were supposed to be for an LP of Stones originals, still in its early stages. Jagger wondered whether they should wait to get that one finished, maybe release them together.

But then again, the last time the Stones managed to finish a studio album was back in 2005, with A Bigger Bang. "The record company probably said, 'Well, the other one's never gonna come,'" Jagger says, twisting those lips of his into an outsize grin. " 'We might as well put this one out.' I don't blame 'em. I probably would have done the same thing. 'Cause, 'Now I got something, might as well put it out.'"

The freakiest thing about Blue & Lonesome is the extent to which Jagger and Richards agree on it. The two men, currently in their fourth year of dtente after some caustic bits in Richards' autobiography nearly derailed a 50th-anniversary reunion, are both genuinely excited about the roots revival. The project might, from the outside, seem more like a Richards thing, the kind of retro move he'd favor, while the Jagger of fans' imaginations would be busy pushing the Stones to work with, say, the Chainsmokers. The frontman says the stereotype isn't all wrong, but that in this case, "we were all equally into it. I was as into it as anyone."

"This is the best record Mick Jagger has ever made," says Richards, always a fan of Jagger's emotive harmonica playing, which flourishes on the new LP. "It was just watching the guy enjoying doing what he really can do better than anybody else." He pauses. "And also, the band ain't too shabby."

Even after their early flurry of covers subsided, the Stones never stopped playing old blues tunes, both onstage and, especially, in rehearsals. The 200 hours of Exile on Main Street sessions, for instance, were punctuated by repeated attempts at covers, meant to clear the air between the midwifing of new songs. Two of them – Slim Harpo's "Shake Your Hips" and Robert Johnson's "Stop Breakin' Down Blues" – made the 1972 album. ("It's like ginger at a sushi restaurant," says Blue & Lonesome co-producer Don Was. "You cleanse the palate.")

In 1968, Jagger told Rolling Stone that the band had always intended to move beyond the blues. "What's the point in listening to us doing 'I'm a King Bee,'" he said, "when you can hear Slim Harpo do it?" But at their best, the Stones weren't merely mimicking their inspirations. They weren't purists, except maybe for Jones; blues fans looked askance at them for playing Chuck Berry tunes at their early gigs. Among early-Sixties R&B hipsters in London, "it was always that sort of reverse psychology," says Richards. "Anybody who had a hit record was a piece of shit."

"You were kind of forced into a purist style because you wouldn't get booked if you were a rock band," Jagger recalls. "So we made out we were blues purists to get booked. The reality is, in rehearsal we would play anything – Ritchie Valens and Buddy Holly."

That irreverence made their take on the blues matter. Their frantic, hand-clappy 1964 version of Muddy Waters' "I Just Want to Make Love to You" owed a lot of its approach to Bo Diddley, a fresh mixture that helped birth garage rock. The Stones didn't get the "Red Rooster" riff right, either, playing it more like Muddy Waters' "Mannish Boy," while also drawing from Sam Cooke's sleek 1963 soul version. (Eric Clapton recalled Howlin' Wolf taking pains to teach him the original version when they rerecorded it for 1971's The London Howlin' Wolf Sessions, with the older man telling him, "It doesn't go like anything you think it goes like.")

And in 2016, Jagger is finally ready to concede that the Rolling Stones have something to add to this music. "The thing about the blues," he says, "is it changes in very small increments. People reinterpret what they know – Elmore James reinterpreted Robert Johnson licks, as did Muddy Waters. So I'm not saying we're making the jumps that they made, but we can't help but reinterpret these songs."

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In 1965, the Stones strong-armed the teen TV show Shindig! into hosting Howlin' Wolf.

This past December, the Rolling Stones gathered in Mark Knopfler's British Grove Studios in West London to begin work on a batch of original songs. Jagger is deliberately vague on the nature of those tunes. "I hope it's gonna be a very eclectic album," he says. "I hope some of it's gonna be recognizable Stones and some of it's gonna be some Stones you never heard before, maybe."

Knopfler's studio is gorgeous, equipped with an ideal mix of vintage and modern equipment, with high ceilings and gleaming blond-wood floors. It was also a totally alien environment for the Stones. "I know the Rolling Stones," says Richards. "I know that recording new music in a room they're not familiar with, there's sometimes going to be weeks before the room breaks in." So Richards told fellow Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood to learn Little Walter's apocalyptically mournful 1965 B side "Blue and Lonesome" as a potential icebreaker (Wood remembers this suggestion coming in by fax, well before the sessions).

By the second day at British Grove, Richards felt his prediction coming true. "The room is fighting me," he recalls thinking. "It's fighting the band. The sound is not coming." He suggested "Blue and Lonesome," Jagger dug up a harmonica in the right key, and the band barreled through two quick takes. "Suddenly," says Richards, "the room is obeying and there's something happening – a sound is happening and it was so good."

One of those two takes ended up on the album, and it's extraordinary, with Wood playing frantic lead; Richards hitting huge, doom-y chords; Watts nailing the original track's regally restrained drum part; and Jagger digging deep on his harp when he's not delivering one of the least-mannered vocals of his career. "Baby, please, come back to me," he pleads. Afterward, Jagger – who says he had already been pondering a Stones blues album – surprised everyone by calling for more covers. That night, he went to his MP3 collection, returning the next day with more song ideas.

And in keeping with the serendipity of the endeavor, a special guest showed up. On the first day, Eric Clapton happened to be mixing an album of his own at British Grove when he poked his head into the Stones' live room. The guitarist, who had seen the Stones playing blues gigs when he was still in his teens, was taken aback. "Eric walked in, and he had the same reaction that any fan would have," says Was. "He was just gobsmacked at being that close to something that iconic and powerful. There was this great look on his face." They asked Clapton to jam on two songs, and he ended up picking up one of Richards' guitars, a semihollow Gibson, instead of the Strats he's mostly played post-1970 – which helped him reclaim the fat tone of his Bluesbreakers days: You can hear the band applauding him at the end of "I Can't Quit You Baby."

It all happened so quickly and naturally that the band never really discussed what it was doing, or even acknowledged it was making an album. "I didn't even have time to change my guitar," says Wood. "They were coming so thick and fast. It was like, 'OK, let's do it – this one, that one.' Some of the harder riffs were making my fingers bleed, and Mick was going, 'Come, let's do it again, then!' And we'll go, 'Hang on! My fingers!' It was real hard work, but I love it."

For Jagger, it was a chance to indulge his blues-harp habit, a subject that arouses an incongruously geeky enthusiasm in him. "If I had known I was gonna have to do this," he says, "I would have spent a few days practicing, because sometimes I do that, sit at home and play. It's quite easy, really; I mean, you just put on whatever, a whole bunch of Muddy Waters records." (Muddy "Mississippi" Waters – Live, a 1979 LP featuring Johnny Winter, is one of Jagger's favorites for this purpose.)

Jagger's vocals are also striking in their authority. The camp he once brought to the genre is gone, replaced by something darker and deeper, perhaps reflecting the weight of real-life losses. "You can put yourselves inside the songs as a 70-year-old," says Was, "in a way that you couldn't when you were 21, because you hadn't experienced the stuff."

"On some of these, I sound quite old," Jagger counters, "and on some of them, I don't. Some of it sounds like when I was in my twenties doing this stuff. I didn't really mean it to sound like that. I was supposed to be more mature!"

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Jagger (shown circa 1965) shines as a young harmonica player on the new LP: "If I'd known, I would have spent a few days practicing."

While Muddy Waters was in England in 1966, a journalist asked the then-53-year-old bluesman what he thought about Jagger and the Stones. "He took my music," Waters reportedly said, "but he gave me my name." Technically speaking, of course, Waters gave the Stones their name, via his 1950 single "Rollin' Stone," but he was speaking metaphorically: He likely wouldn't have been playing a big show in London in the first place if not for the Stones.

The Stones never questioned their right to sing and play the blues. What is now considered by some to be cultural appropriation is hardly a sin in their minds, then or now. "I don't think we thought about that," says Jagger, before launching into a lengthy, learned riff on the early days of jazz, when white musicians like Bix Beiderbecke were quickly assimilated into the genre, but "the complaints were really on the fact – and you could level a lot of people with it – that the white people made more money."

Richards has his own answer to the issue. "I'm black as the ace of fucking spades, man," he says, deadpan. "Ask any of the brothers." He continues, "I didn't know what color these people were, as a kid. I don't think of blues as being of any particular color at all. Obviously, its history. But there were white slaves, as well. There have been plenty of work songs from way back. Try Egypt. Quite Jewish, actually. You know, people have been doing this since history began."

In the end, Jagger asks rhetorically, "Has it hurt the music, this influx of foreigners and people from outside of the blues tradition, or has it helped the music? The performers that I spoke to, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, when they were alive, they thought it had helped. There is an exchange."

Occasional Stones jam partner and Chicago-blues standard-bearer Buddy Guy agrees. "They did so much for all the blues people, especially the black people," Guy says. "They were putting the music where we never had put it before, and they just let the world know who we were. They didn't just come in and say, 'Well, this is new.'"

Even before the Stones, the Chicago bluesmen were supportive of white players – Muddy Waters mentored the harp player Paul Butterfield in the Fifties, for instance. And the Stones grew close to the Chess Records crew, beginning with their pilgrimage to the label's headquarters in 1964, where they were befriended by Waters. (Richards has long maintained that Waters was painting the ceiling when they showed up, which Marshall Chess has denied – but the guitarist is still positive this happened: "Why would I bother to make it up?")

"Muddy made you feel like you were really part of it," says Richards. "He sort of brought you in. And Howlin' Wolf was very much the same. There was none of 'Well, I didn't know white guys could play like that.' We connected, and they were not particularly impressed about what color you happen to turn out to be or whatever. Of course, Muddy and the other guys did recognize that for some reason, the Stones had brought this music back to America and repopularized it. Or not so much popularized it, just brought it to attention again. And for that, I'm eternally proud, and that's probably the only way I'm going to get in heaven." He lets out a long, strangled laugh.

Unlike many blues guitarists, Richards never had much interest in being a lead-playing gunslinger. He was more fascinated by ensemble players like the Myers brothers, who backed Little Walter. "The idea was to make the fucking band slam together," he says. "A quick, short, sharp solo here, boom, great. Otherwise, to me, the fascination has always been that four or five guys can create a sound that sounds a lot larger than the actual number of members actually involved."

Richards is convinced that rock lost its groove, its "roll," distancing itself from its African-American influences, with the advent of the electric bass some 60 years ago. "By the middle Sixties," he says, "you have the worst guitar player in the band playing bass. So he goes plunk-plunk-plunk, and that's a very European thing."

While he's at it, he shares another opinion: "I mean, Jimi Hendrix," Richards says. "Love him dearly. Incredible. He ruined guitar. That whistling saw sound. That's what they say about Coltrane with saxophones. Fantastic player. Unfortunately, he ruined the instrument, because after that everybody growled through it."

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In October, as the Stones stepped onto the Desert Trip stage in Indio, California, some thoughts crossed Mick Jagger's mind. "It was 30 meters wider than our normal stage," says Jagger, "which is quite wide, by the way, which I usually run. And I heard that nobody else went out there, apart from me. So what the fuck did they build the stage for?

"Was that just for me? And I was just thinking, 'How long can I fucking do this? How long can I run the hundred-meter stage?' I don't know the answer to that. I mean, as long as I can. And then should I stop performing when I can't run the hundred-meter stage, is that it? Does that mean I have to stop? No one else is using the hundred-meter stage!"

As early as 1986, Richards was suggesting that Jagger simply stand in front of the mic and sing, an idea that sends Jagger's eyes skyward. "That's good advice, Keith," he says, with caustic sarcasm. "Thanks so much. It's very useful. He should stop playing the guitar. I mean, come on! There is some other option besides 'Are you gonna run the hundred meters or are you gonna sit?' You can still move a bit in the middle!"

Though Jagger blames the dusty field for a recent bout of laryngitis – and he originally questioned the idea of a festival of "old, over-70 white English people playing all the same music" – the band had a good time at Desert Trip, treating it as a sort of boomer-rock class reunion. They were all particularly happy to see just-anointed Nobel Prize winner Bob Dylan, who brought onesies for Wood's now-six-month-old twin girls. Wood and Watts asked Dylan how he felt about his honor. "He said, 'I don't know,' " recalls Wood. "'How should I feel? Is it good?' I said, 'You're kidding. We really think it's great and you deserve it.' And Dylan said, 'Do I?'"

Richards is in his manager's SoHo offices, slumped majestically on a brown couch beneath a vintage Stones tour poster. On his feet are the same bright-red Nikes Dylan noticed when the two hung out at Desert Trip: "Nice kicks," Dylan said, to which Richards replied, "I thought you'd never notice."

Richards is wearing a gray overcoat, snug jeans and a T-shirt that reads "Do Not X-Ray." There's a Rasta-style rainbow headband on his forehead and a lit Marlboro in his hand. For the first time in his adult life, Richards has lost his skeletal gauntness. His face is fuller. He looks almost  . . .  healthy. His 2006 head injury meant "goodbye to cocaine," he says. "I was actually fed up with the stuff. I was in a habit." After quitting, he says, "you make up for all the lost meals and all the lost sleep." While Wood has been sober since 2010, and even quit cigarettes for the birth of his daughters, Richards hasn't taken it that far. "I like a drink now and again," he says. "And I do like a nice piece of hash. Or weed. I hear weed is legal!"

He and Jagger do seem to have found some genuine peace. "I love the man," says Richards. "That doesn't mean I can't get pissed off occasionally, and I have no doubt it goes the other way around. But you have to forgive and forget, and also I would say that 89 percent of the time we're in total agreement. But people only hear about the 11 percent, you know, where it flares up. What would the Stones be without it? If you had the perfect machine and everybody in total agreement, you'd probably be fairly bland.  . . .  It's amazing we're both alive. I celebrate Mick's life. He's always five months older than me!"

In his book, Richards complained that he hadn't been in Jagger's dressing room for decades. That hasn't changed, but the guitarist doesn't care. "The fact is, Mick and I really don't want to hang together before we go onstage," he says. "He has a routine of how he gets together for the stage. Me, I have a party."

The Stones are discussing more shows next year, and they really do intend to work on that album of originals. "There's about 10 or 12 new songs that Mick actually has been cooking up," says Wood, "and Keith's got the odd one, too." Richards suggests that at least some of the songs might be unfinished compositions that date back 15 years or more.

They'll all be in New York soon for the opening of Exhibitionism, an elaborate, immersive pop-up Stones museum that includes a reproduction of the squalid apartment shared by Jagger, Richards and Jones circa 1963, and collectibles including the cassette recorder Richards used to demo "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction." While they're in town, Richards is trying to persuade them to do some recording, which may be a stretch. Jagger is positive they'll finish that album, "but I don't know when, because you want it to be really good and everything."

They all share an almost scientific curiosity about their future as a rock band plunging through its sixth decade. Again, how long can this go on? "I think we're as interested to find out as anybody else," says Richards. "But, man, I just got offstage a week ago and we were playing 'Brown Sugar,' and I turned to Charlie Watts and said, 'This time we got it right.'"

At 75, Watts is the oldest band member, and also happens to have the most physically demanding job. Understandably, he struggles with back pain, according to Wood. It's unclear what the Rolling Stones would do without him, and that's a prospect Richards refuses to contemplate. "Charlie Watts will never die or retire," Richards says. "I forbid him to."

Jagger doesn't seem eager to contemplate his own mortality, at least in interviews. But if you remind him that he's convinced everyone he'll live forever, he'll shoot back without a pause: "I'm not going to."

Richards knows exactly how he'd like to go, and he's sure that doctors will want to have "a good look at the liver" when he does. "I'd like to croak magnificently," he says, savoring the prospect. "Onstage."

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Een nieuw album van The Rolling Stones!

Na tien jaar wachten verschijnt er aankomende vrijdag een spiksplinternieuw album van The Rolling Stones! Blue & Lonesome heet de nieuwe plaat en hij staat tjokvol met heerlijke blues-klassiekers. Liefde voor Blues is immers de reden dat Mick Jagger en Keith Richards in hun jeugd bevriend raakten en uiteindelijk besloten een band te beginnen. Wij lieten fervent Stones en Blues-liefhebber Johan Derksen alvast luisteren naar de plaat, zodat hij vanavond zijn ongezouten mening erover kan geven!
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  woensdag 30 november 2016 @ 21:20:19 #45
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Zaterdag krijgen wij dus onze bestelde LP op vynil. ^O^
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Zaterdag krijgen wij dus onze bestelde LP op vynil. ^O^
Correctie...vandaag al! *O*
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  vrijdag 2 december 2016 @ 20:37:37 #48
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Binnen!
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*O*
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Binnen!
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*O*
Nice! ^O^

Ga hem nu ophalen (cd echter), alle reviews zijn erg positief.
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Het klinkt super, die stem en de RSbluezzband en de mondharmonica O+
Tis wel goed voor de beweging. 2 LP's op elke kant 3 nrs :D dus je bent lekker bezig met omdraaien etc.
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  zondag 4 december 2016 @ 01:43:49 #52
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Laatste nummer op de LP is 'oh i can't quit you baby'

Maar de uitvoering van Led Zeppelin is zoveel beter:
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Net genoten van Havana Moon. Jagger is wel de fitste bejaarde ever!
Check dit korte clipje:

0:28 rent 'ie op volle snelheid van de ene kant van het podium naar de andere kant, 71 jaar :') Bizar..
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  zondag 4 december 2016 @ 01:53:54 #54
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Check dit korte clipje:

0:28 rent 'ie op volle snelheid van de ene kant van het podium naar de andere kant, 71 jaar :') Bizar..
Hoezo? Kan ik ook nog.
(scheelt maar 9 jaar)
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Hoezo? Kan ik ook nog.
(scheelt maar 9 jaar)
Ja, maar ik denk dat jij dat ook niet nog kan na +- 2 uur lang springen, rennen, bewegen, zingen... Of wel?
Mick Jagger traint zich kapot :')

en 9 jaar is (zeker op die leeftijd) best veel he..
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Oh trouwens, die vocals van Jagger op All Of Your Love, hoe kan 'ie nog zo zingen?! Damn _O_ _O_ _O_ Die schreeuwen O+

Sowieso zit dat hele album vol met verbazingwekkend goede vocals, beter dan wat 'ie voor het grootste gedeelte deed op A Bigger Bang.
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Check dit korte clipje:

0:28 rent 'ie op volle snelheid van de ene kant van het podium naar de andere kant, 71 jaar :') Bizar..
Als Mick een voetballer was won hij in 1966 de Wereldbeker en speelde hij nu nog steeds voor het Engelse elftal!
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Als Mick een voetballer was won hij in 1966 de Wereldbeker en speelde hij nu nog steeds voor het Engelse elftal!
Dat denk ik haast wel, hij moet inderdaad echt wel de fitste 70+er zijn die nog leeft. 20 jaar geleden (Op ZIJN 70e) Was dat Jack LaLanne natuurlijk
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Alleen beetje jammer dat ze zelf geen videoclips meer maken, dit was hun laatste ongeveer

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  donderdag 8 december 2016 @ 23:47:32 #61
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Achtste kind Mick Jagger (73) ziet levenslicht.
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Laatste nummer op de LP is 'oh i can't quit you baby'

Maar de uitvoering van Led Zeppelin is zoveel beter:
Auwww!! De beunhazen die het vertikte om Otis Rush de credits te geven. Zou die versie even luisteren!

Je kan veel over de Rolling Stones zeggen, maar zij gaven wel altijd de originele artiesten de credits met een zeker respect voor de blues legacy. Iig hebben zij er nog voor gezorgd dat er wat werkverschaffing kwam voor de echte bazen.

I'm gonna give ya every inch of my love.. Whole lotta love
:r Crawling King Snake is toch net iets orgineler.

Wat betreft de nieuwe plaat: Mick Jagger is een aardige zanger, maar je kan beter Howlin' Wolf of Junior Wells opzetten. En Keith Richard is gewoon een ronduit matige gitarist als je hem vergelijkt met Chuck Berry, Muddy Waters of Hubert Sumlin. Ik zou gewoon wat oude bluesplaten kopen ipv dit ;)
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Ik weet niet of je Chuck Berry de laatste tijd hebt horen spelen maar eh..
Daarom raad ik ook oude blues platen aan!
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Even ter illustratie! Lekker covertje...

Junior Wells als zanger en op zijn bluesharp. _O_ En dan zeggen dat Jagger vooruit is gegaan op de harmonica deze plaat!?

Btw, gitaarwerk van Buddy Guy. Die man is de basis van de solo's van Jimi Hendrix. Wat een slaggitaar, eat that Keith!!
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Ik heb wat TV Tips voor de komende dagen:

The Rolling Stones - Ol ol ol!: A trip across Latin America
23 december 2016, 23:10 - 00:55 uur Canvas
Muziekdocumentaire van Paul Dugdale. Deze documentaire volgt The Rolling Stones van nabij tijdens hun voorjaarstournee van 2016 in tien Latijns-Amerikaanse steden.

The Rolling Stones: Sweet Summer Sun
25 december 2016, 00:55 - 03:35 uur Fox
In 'Sweet Summer Sun’ zie je het geweldige live concert van The Rolling Stones uit 2013, precies 44 jaar na hun legendarische show keren ze terug naar Hyde Park in Londen.

The Rolling Stones - Havana Moon
26 december 2016, 23:35 - 00:40 uur NPO 3
Historisch concert van de Rolling Stones in Havana 2016.
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Ik heb wat TV Tips voor de komende dagen:

The Rolling Stones - Ol ol ol!: A trip across Latin America
23 december 2016, 23:10 - 00:55 uur Canvas
Muziekdocumentaire van Paul Dugdale. Deze documentaire volgt The Rolling Stones van nabij tijdens hun voorjaarstournee van 2016 in tien Latijns-Amerikaanse steden.

The Rolling Stones: Sweet Summer Sun
25 december 2016, 00:55 - 03:35 uur Fox
In 'Sweet Summer Sun’ zie je het geweldige live concert van The Rolling Stones uit 2013, precies 44 jaar na hun legendarische show keren ze terug naar Hyde Park in Londen.

The Rolling Stones - Havana Moon
26 december 2016, 23:35 - 00:40 uur NPO 3
Historisch concert van de Rolling Stones in Havana 2016.
Goeie tips, thanx!!Opnames ingepland!
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_O_
  vrijdag 23 december 2016 @ 14:59:10 #69
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^O^
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Leuke docu wel, Ol ol ol!: A trip across Latin America. Mick en Keith die samen Country Honk spelen.. eigenlijk moeten ze na hun bluesalbum van dit jaar, volgend jaar een countryalbum opnemen met covers van oude nummers van Hank Williams en Jimmie Rodgers. :7
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  zaterdag 24 december 2016 @ 22:51:20 #71
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Prachtige docu. Die emoties in het publiek in Mexico en vooral Cuba waar hun muziek zoveel jaar verboden is geweest. Zelfs Keith die daar weer om moest huilen. _O_
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  zondag 25 december 2016 @ 08:40:24 #73
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50 jaar Golden Earring.
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Er gaan geruchten 14 juli 2017 Goffert Park.

Dit van een bron die veel concerten van de Stones goed voorspeld had.
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That's why I'm sending them hugs and kisses
  maandag 26 december 2016 @ 14:11:47 #75
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12 juli staan Guns & Roses er nog, krap achter elkaar wel.
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  maandag 26 december 2016 @ 14:12:52 #76
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6s.gif Op vrijdag 23 december 2016 00:08 schreef DrDentz het volgende:
Ik heb wat TV Tips voor de komende dagen:

The Rolling Stones - Havana Moon
26 december 2016, 23:35 - 00:40 uur NPO 3
Historisch concert van de Rolling Stones in Havana 2016.
Vanavond dus!
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  maandag 26 december 2016 @ 15:49:52 #77
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Vanavond dus!
Kijken dus :)
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0s.gif Op maandag 26 december 2016 14:11 schreef matthijst het volgende:
https://iorr.org/tour17/

12 juli staan Guns & Roses er nog, krap achter elkaar wel.
Drukt de kosten voor hekken toiletten enz...
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0s.gif Op maandag 26 december 2016 14:11 schreef matthijst het volgende:
https://iorr.org/tour17/

12 juli staan Guns & Roses er nog, krap achter elkaar wel.
Scheelt kosten van opbouwen podium, hekken, wc's, food trucks...
Haters can be so lame and vicious
Hating on me because I'm ambitious
They sound like they need lots of love, lots of love
That's why I'm sending them hugs and kisses
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Drukt de kosten voor hekken toiletten enz...
Dit.dus _O-
Haters can be so lame and vicious
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They sound like they need lots of love, lots of love
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  dinsdag 27 december 2016 @ 00:28:52 #81
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Heerlijk. Dat concert in Havanna. _O_
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Hij is wel flink ingekort op tv, ik heb de bluray en dan zie je Angie, You Got the Silver, Midnight Rambler, etc
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  dinsdag 27 december 2016 @ 00:37:23 #83
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Hij is wel flink ingekort op tv, ik heb de bluray en dan zie je Angie, You Got the Silver, Midnight Rambler, etc
Ja. Dat is wel jammer.
Toch briljant dat die gasten al vanaf 1962 blijven binnenlopen.
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Wat mij met name opviel is de indruk dat zij er zelf ook nog steeds lol in hebben _O_
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6s.gif Op vrijdag 23 december 2016 00:08 schreef DrDentz het volgende:
Ik heb wat TV Tips voor de komende dagen:

The Rolling Stones - Ol ol ol!: A trip across Latin America
23 december 2016, 23:10 - 00:55 uur Canvas
Muziekdocumentaire van Paul Dugdale. Deze documentaire volgt The Rolling Stones van nabij tijdens hun voorjaarstournee van 2016 in tien Latijns-Amerikaanse steden.
Leuke docu!
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http://www.nporadio2.nl/e(...)ember-naar-nederland

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Ineens verscheen er een mededeling op de site van The Rolling Stones dat er dinsdagochtend 9 mei om 9.30 uur nieuws zou zijn rondom de band. Wat zou het zijn? Wat zou het wezen? Ze zouden toch niet..?

Weer op tour
Een beetje googlen en diep door het internet spitten leverde een aantal aanwijzingen op. Officieel kunnen we het niets melden, maar het lijkt er sterk op dat The Stones weer op tour gaan. Er duiken al wat data op in Oostenrijk, Frankrijk en Duitsland.

Ook naar Nederland?
Nog dieper het onderzoek in, lijkt het erop dat ze ook naar Nederland komen. Feest! De laatste keer is namelijk alweer vier jaar geleden op Pinkpop in Landgraaf. Het vermoeden is, dat het in september en oktober in Amsterdam en Arnhem is.

30 september 2017: Arena, Amsterdam
15 oktober 2017: Gelredome, Arnhem


We wachten nog even af tot 9.30 uur en dan hopen we over een paar maanden weer van Mick, Keith, Ron en Charlie te kunnen genieten.
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En Officeel. 30 september Arena. 15 oktober Gelredome.
Op Zaterdag 26 april 2008 22:35 schreef lauwert het volgende:
Waar zouden we toch zijn zonder onze geliefde D_A O+
  dinsdag 9 mei 2017 @ 11:12:17 #88
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82-205 euro :D
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Ik sla deze over.
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82-205 euro :D
Heb je ook een overzicht van de type kaartjes? Wat krijg ik voor 205 (veld/golden circle?).

Ik zie dat de voorverkoop morgen om 10:00 via de app is, in dat geval maar even een afspraak verschuiven :)
  dinsdag 9 mei 2017 @ 15:23:02 #91
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Heb je ook een overzicht van de type kaartjes? Wat krijg ik voor 205 (veld/golden circle?).

Ik zie dat de voorverkoop morgen om 10:00 via de app is, in dat geval maar even een afspraak verschuiven :)
http://www.ticketmaster.n(...)tones-tickets/188597
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110,- voor een staanplek :X de tering zeg, belachelijke prijzen voor deze vergane glorie..
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110,- voor een staanplek :X de tering zeg, belachelijke prijzen voor deze vergane glorie..
Dat was een van de redenen dat ze op Pinkpop stonden. Het alternatief was toen de Ziggo Dome en dan hadden de kaartjes meer dan 200 euro gekost voor een staanplaats. Dit scheelt al iets, maar nog steeds heel veel geld natuurlijk.
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110,- voor een staanplek :X de tering zeg, belachelijke prijzen voor deze vergane glorie..
Ken genoeg gekken die met alle plezier er zoveel voor willen neerleggen... :')
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Wie verzint dat, de achterkleindochter van Mick Jagger?
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Heb je ook een overzicht van de type kaartjes? Wat krijg ik voor 205 (veld/golden circle?).

Ik zie dat de voorverkoop morgen om 10:00 via de app is, in dat geval maar even een afspraak verschuiven :)
Hoe zou je kunnen afrekenen via de app? cc of ook ideal? Prijzen verbazen me eigenlijk niet meer. Er moeten toch vier oudere heren, hun band en entourage van eten :-)
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Dank je :)

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Hoe zou je kunnen afrekenen via de app? cc of ook ideal? Prijzen verbazen me eigenlijk niet meer. Er moeten toch vier oudere heren, hun band en entourage van eten :-)
CC denk ik, ideal wordt volgens mij alleen in NL gebruikt (en het is een internationale app).
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Dank je :)

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CC denk ik, ideal wordt volgens mij alleen in NL gebruikt (en het is een internationale app).
Maar tickets worden door lokale ticketmaster afgehandeld, dus ik denk dat je naar lokale pre-sale site wordt doorgeleid en dus gewoon ticketmaster.nl ... enfin, ik zie het morgen wel.
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110,- voor een staanplek :X de tering zeg, belachelijke prijzen voor deze vergane glorie..
Zo worden ze al 30 jaar genoemd, maar ze blijven maar fenomenale recettes bij elkaar harken.

Ik heb het geld er ook niet voor over. Maar ik ben 3 jaar geleden wel naar TWC geweest met een golden circle ticket van 150,- en godverdomme wat was dat het geld waard. Wat waren ze goed, wat was Jagger nog een ge-wel-di-ge performer. _O_
Wat een speelplezier spatte er van Richards/Wood af.
Wat was het tof om die dikke Taylor te zien soleren.

Die herinnering houd ik vast en ga ik niet in die galmbak van de arena verpesten.
'Als wij onze vrijheid zo ver doorvoeren dat we accepteren dat anderen die ondermijnen, kunnen we haar in een oogwenk verliezen.'
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Zo worden ze al 30 jaar genoemd, maar ze blijven maar fenomenale recettes bij elkaar harken.
Tja veel geld verdienen is ook niet zo moeilijk met zulke prijzen als je zo'n naam hebt opgebouwd als band natuurlijk :+

Maar ik wil best geloven dat ze nog wat in hun mars hebben, maar ik ga voor dat geld liever naar (meerdere) festivals :P
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Zo worden ze al 30 jaar genoemd, maar ze blijven maar fenomenale recettes bij elkaar harken.

Ik heb het geld er ook niet voor over. Maar ik ben 3 jaar geleden wel naar TWC geweest met een golden circle ticket van 150,- en godverdomme wat was dat het geld waard. Wat waren ze goed, wat was Jagger nog een ge-wel-di-ge performer. _O_
Wat een speelplezier spatte er van Richards/Wood af.
Wat was het tof om die dikke Taylor te zien soleren.

Die herinnering houd ik vast en ga ik niet in die galmbak van de arena verpesten.
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