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Old 12-18-2011, 07:17 AM   #91 (permalink)
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I probably ought to have mentioned that one. Who couldn't love it!
definitely much better than the Flying Burrito Bros' cover of it, though some may think otherwise
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Old 12-18-2011, 07:24 AM   #92 (permalink)
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definitely much better than the Flying Burrito Bros' cover of it, though some may think otherwise
It isn't fun when a band is trying so hard to be a different one.

Who wants to hear a band which is in actual fact a shittier version of your favourite one?

Not me.

Actually, that's not really true and a slightly mean, but you understand.
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Old 12-18-2011, 07:26 AM   #93 (permalink)
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It isn't fun when a band is trying so hard to be a different one.

Who wants to hear a band which is in actual fact a shittier version of your favourite one?

Not me.

Actually, that's not really true and a slightly mean, but you understand.
The Flying Burrito Bros. aren't a crappier version of the Stones - they're something like a bridge between the Byrds and the Eagles - early country-rock

their cover of "Wild Horses" came out first, due to Gram Parsons' associations with Keef
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Old 12-18-2011, 07:29 AM   #94 (permalink)
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their cover of "Wild Horses" came out first, due to Gram Parsons' associations with Keef
I didn't know that. So there must have been a few people who didn't know who really wrote that song?
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I didn't know that. So there must have been a few people who didn't know who really wrote that song?
a lot of people that time dunno who the Flying Burrito Bros. were, but they were pretty seminal

it was credited to Keef and Mick on the album
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a lot of people that time dunno who the Flying Burrito Bros. were, but they were pretty seminal

it was credited to Keef and Mick on the album
I think I might have a look at these guys. They knew keef and were country rock: so I imagine a lot of their stuff will sound a bit like "Dead Flowers".
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I think I might have a look at these guys. They knew keef and were country rock: so I imagine a lot of their stuff will sound a bit like "Dead Flowers".
a lot of their stuff sound like a less accessible, "harder" Eagles

i personally don't like their first 2 albums (with Gram) and i haven't heard the stuff after that

give me the Desert Rose Band for that sorta stuff

(or even the Eagles, I don't care)
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their cover of "Wild Horses" came out first, due to Gram Parsons' associations with Keef
It only came out first because the Stones couldn't release anything because of legal wranglings with their old record company.
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C'mon . . . Keith is a god! The Stones were badass in their time!
Oh Yeah, Richards holds the same status as "God Almighty" himself.

Anyone one that thinks differently, couldn't be a true..down to earth Rock Fan. The guys funky as hell on guitar. (Core) R&B Blues/Rock.

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