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Old 09-20-2007, 04:05 AM   #1
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Celebrating The Rolling Stones' 45th Anniversary


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Keep rolling, guys!

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Great, 45 years and many a time they had a fight! I love the Stones and still listen to their new stuff.
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Old 09-20-2007, 10:36 AM   #4
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You got to roll me and call me the tumblin dice, (call me the tumblin)
Got to roll me, got to roll me, got to roll me (oh yeah)
Got to roll me. got to roll me, got to roll me ( keep on rolling, keep on rolling)
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Beggar's Banquet-Let It Bleed-Sticky Fingers has got to be one of the greatest album trilogies of all time.
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Old 09-20-2007, 03:06 PM   #6
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Their greatness is underrated by a lot of the B&C gang, I think. Understandably, they're getting up there, but the effortless way Keith and Ronnie just pulled riffs out of the same old chords we all use is amazing.

Although The Beatles will always be the most significant band of all time for me, The Stones will always be the ultimate rock and roll band in my mind.

Okay, everyone go listen to that bass riff from Live With Me, and in comes that snare, and the honky-tonk piano slide. Oh man, it's like digging your hands into fresh soil. Salt of the earth stuff, guys. Seriously.
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no one can beat this:
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Old 09-21-2007, 02:14 PM   #8
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Man, I'm getting into the Stones once again. I only bought Jump Back a while ago back in the Bridges to Babylon days along with that album but never managed to go further back than that.

I just received Four Flicks in the mail and have grown to respect the guys a lot more. Keef is just the face of rock and roll.

(BTW, anyone know of a good Rolling Stones message board? The equivalent of interfernce?)

Oh and here's Lifehouse doing a really sweet version of Beast of Burden:


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