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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by BurlyShirley, Aug 20, 2009.
Im going with: Dead Flowers
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Paint it Black
Papa was a rolling stone - oooh wait never mind
honkey tonk women ranks right up there
I like Gimme Shelter.
She Smiled Sweetly is good too.
Those are the only ones that I know outside of the ones that EVERYBODY knows...
"Melody" off of Black and Blue.
Sympathy for the Devil gets my vote
NOT this one.
Hey, whats the matter man?
Were gonna come around at twelve
With some Puerto Rican girls that are just dyin to meet you.
Were gonna bring a case of wine
Hey, lets go mess and fool around
You know, like we used to
Honky Tonk Women and Brown Sugar
2000 Light Years from Home
time on my side .
On a side note, I heard a thing on the radio. One of these meaningless "Greatest Guitar players of all time".
Keith Richards was in the top 10......ahead of Jimmy Page among others. Keith is ok.....he's definitely not great.....
Kieth Richards FTMFW!!
"Before They Make Me Run"
I like the Keef sound. But I guess it's not the most awe inspiring to watch in terms of guitar gymnastics.
Does Dancing in the Streets with Mick Jagger and David Bowie count?
That seals the deal! Laura was right!
No. Not now, not then, not ever.
Thanks for posting that.
What a fruitcake Mick is.
how come british guys can fake a good southern accent but people from the north (for the most part) can't?
I don't know man, that sounded like a really gay man doing karaoke at a country bar around here.
Paint It Black
Because they don't want to?
He'd be #1 if it was "Greatest Guitar players of all time that were on heroin, lsd, cocaine, acid, 'ludes, weed, U-235 at the same f'in time"....just sayin'....
No drugs, no blues.
You turn blue?
I thought that was auto-erotic asphyxiation....but I'm going off of the Carradine standard...
Talk about fruity
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1. Gimme Shelter
2. Sister Morphine
Although I am not even close to being a Stones fan...
-19th Nervous breakdown (Asdone by Jason and the Scorchers)
I've always really liked:
1. Wild Horses
2. Ruby Tuesday
Nothing comes close...
close 2nd- can't you hear me knocking
Ohh, man, Sympathy, Black Flowers, Ruby Tuesday..well-known greats
But also Play with Fire and Under my Thumb as lesser-played well-known greats.
Angie's another personal fave.
Coincidentally, I find covers of some of the above songs to be fantastic as well.
maybe I have been out of the south for too long.