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    'See Saw' is probably his best known track, I guess.

    'She Said Yeah' is another great cover on Out Of Our Heads which presumably hasn't been played in decades. Their ultimate 'garage rock' track, I'd say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJ88 View Post
    'See Saw' is probably his best known track, I guess.

    'She Said Yeah' is another great cover on Out Of Our Heads which presumably hasn't been played in decades. Their ultimate 'garage rock' track, I'd say.
    Just heard: She Said Yeah......Stones. it's raw, punky, garage Stones......

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    Yeah, that's some primal rock n' roll

    I don't like country music, but I don't mean to denigrate those who do. And for the people who like country music, denigrate means 'put down.'- Bob Newhart

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    I heard this the other day and went in search of it.



    It was a b-side from Voodoo Lounge. I started scrolling through Trader's Den for stuff from the Voodoo Lounge/Stripped era and finally found it on a torrent called Stripped Companion. The sound on that one is pretty great. I also found the Brixton Academy show in full and as anytime the Stones play a small venue it's about as intense as they could get in the 90s.
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    Today in History .....

    July 12 1962 the Rolling Stones played their first-ever gig at the Marguee Club in London
    "Normal is just the average of extremes" - Gary Lessor

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    I got this rec on the Hoffman forum - perfect if you want a bit of that rootsy Stones vibe with maybe a little Johnny Thunders thrown in.

    https://gregstackhouseprevost.bandca...versal-vagrant
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    Yes this is a Rollin' Stones thread, but Lynyrd Skynyrd opened for them in the early 70s.........
    Listenin' to "Nuthin' Fancy" by Skynyrd. What a great album. It's blues, country, rock, and soul. Just killer.

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    And now I'm listening to Blue And Lonesome......Stones. It's good but brickwalled AF.

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