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    welcome back from the nether worlds wolf...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim campbell View Post
    welcome back from the nether worlds wolf...........
    thanx......I was playing "living in limbo-land" all weekend.

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    Flashback in thread and time:

    RS: 2000 light years from home
    with electrostatic headphones
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoerninger View Post
    Flashback in thread and time:

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    next up beggars banquet,let it bleed.banquet is nothing like what you would expect from the stones but its a great album.sticky fingers and exile on main st are up there too but they didnt make sacd...........yet.so what were your impressions of tsmr.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoerninger View Post
    Flashback in thread and time:

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    I want to hear your full review of TSMR, Peter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim campbell View Post
    next up beggars banquet,

    Mick does a pretty good southern boy drawl (Dear Doctor)


    WOW ..maybe this news flash explains some things ??


    Keith Richards tells of snorting his dad's ashes with cocaine


    Keith Richards admits ingesting all manner of substances in his time. But none quite as bizarre as he reveals in his latest confession: he snorted his father's ashes.


    In a wide-ranging interview published today, the 63-year-old veteran of tequila breakfasts and drug marathons described how he once sampled his father's ashes mixed with cocaine. "The strangest thing I've tried to snort? My father. I snorted my father," he told NME magazine.
    "He was cremated and I couldn't resist grinding him up with a little bit of blow. My dad wouldn't have cared, he didn't give a shit. It went down pretty well, and I'm still alive."

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim campbell View Post
    .so what were your impressions of tsmr.
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    I want to hear your full review of TSMR, Peter.
    In my youth I collected Stones on reel to reel. The first LPs I got complete, but than it thinned out. TSMR has been missing.
    Now listening to the purchased new CD, after each bar /beat I can say, yes that's it - nothing has been lost in mind.

    Sing this all together
    After a shrill, tensioned start with a nice rusty guitar - it sounds like a school choir at its best day. But there is more to come.
    Citadel
    RS at their best, powerfully driven rythm. I like that guitars.
    In another land
    Not much to say. It could be a title on any other Stones sampler, now with a psychodelic touch.
    2000 man
    This time Charly gives a good rythm pattern. During some passages the powerful RR of the Stones is coming through.
    Sing this all together (see what happens)
    Starting with "Flower power ... where is that joint?"
    lengthy, psychodelic - Pink Floyd can do it much better.
    She's a rainbow
    My must-have-title from TSMR, I would miss it. Although it reminds me of "Between the Buttons" quite often.
    The lantern
    Beautifully made with dark nightly bells at the beginning.
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    TMSR was published after Sgt.Peppers, so this is the adequat to "Within you without you" with tabla rythm and something sounding like a sitar. Nice.
    2000 light years from home
    When I think of TMSR then I think of this title. I can listen to it several times in series. Mainly it is the rythm - and the rusty guitar of course.
    On with the show
    Sgt.Peppers had a finalizing song, so here as well.

    But I would not call TSMR a copy in any aspect, it is very colorful and it reminds me of many other things in music.
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    you have beggars banquet on reel?was it a good quality dub?i see you live in the land of studer and if thats what you have they should sound really good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoerninger View Post
    The lantern
    Beautifully made with dark nightly bells at the beginning.
    I listened to this again last night and noticed an error ? At the first 30 seconds or so, Wymans guitar is comming in very weak, almost like a print thru on 2 or 3 licks, then picks up strong. Like there was a bad connection, then the engineer realized and fixed, but wasnt redone ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoerninger View Post
    Sing this all together
    After a shrill, tensioned start with a nice rusty guitar - it sounds like a school choir at its best day. But there is more to come.
    Citadel
    RS at their best, powerfully driven rythm. I like that guitars.

    totally agree, Candy and Cathy come to the Citadel.

    In another land
    Not much to say. It could be a title on any other Stones sampler, now with a psychodelic touch.

    I like this one more than most people.

    2000 man
    This time Charly gives a good rythm pattern. During some passages the powerful RR of the Stones is coming through.

    this is the weak track for me.

    Sing this all together (see what happens)
    Starting with "Flower power ... where is that joint?"
    lengthy, psychodelic - Pink Floyd can do it much better.

    also enjoy this

    She's a rainbow
    My must-have-title from TSMR, I would miss it. Although it reminds me of "Between the Buttons" quite often.

    belongs on a "greatest hits" collection.

    The lantern
    Beautifully made with dark nightly bells at the beginning.

    one of the best 3 on here.

    Gomper
    TMSR was published after Sgt.Peppers, so this is the adequat to "Within you without you" with tabla rythm and something sounding like a sitar. Nice.
    2000 light years from home
    When I think of TMSR then I think of this title. I can listen to it several times in series. Mainly it is the rythm - and the rusty guitar of course.

    "When I think of TMSR then I think of this title" ...exactly.

    On with the show
    Sgt.Peppers had a finalizing song, so here as well.

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    my take.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SEAWOLF97 View Post
    At the first 30 seconds or so, Wymans guitar is comming in very weak, almost like a print thru on 2 or 3 licks, then picks up strong.
    The guitar is in time with the music, so no print through I suppose. The whole song sounds like a simple multitrack recording, may be they have decided later to mix up (?) the guitar not from the start.
    It's the Rolling Stones, nothing is perfect or
    It is not a bug, it is a feature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoerninger View Post
    The guitar is in time with the music, so no print through I suppose. The whole song sounds like a simple multitrack recording, may be they have decided later to mix up (?) the guitar not from the start.
    It's the Rolling Stones, nothing is perfect or
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    lets not forget that sgt peppers was the one of the beatles earliest real use of multi tracking and that satanic majesties came out on the heels of that.considering the newness of the technology available and the learning curve of the techs at the time it came off rather well i think......is newness an actual word???...hmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim campbell View Post
    you have beggars banquet on reel?was it a good quality dub?i see you live in the land of studer and if thats what you have they should sound really good
    In the late sixties I used a Philips Pro12 (semiprofessionel, but four tracks).
    And I do not want to talk about that TT, no I really do not want to do that.
    I have never had Beggars Banquet.
    Land of Studer is Switzerland, we did not even know about it.

    And the schoolbands were dreaming of JBL - unaffordable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jim campbell View Post
    ......is newness an actual word???...hmm
    Well Jim ,

    my online dictionary tells me ... YES ! Now I have outed me.
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    my bad...i always thought willy was german.........oh well.........still beggars banquet should be in your collection....on sacd if possible.note.....taking my musical advice can lead to bankruptcy,divorce or both....but with a great soundtrack

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