You know what, I didn't even look at it.Old men in a pub, didn’t mean much to me, and I was amazed you could be so confident. But it was only after your comment that I got the significance of what’s on the table.
Me too.I'm no expert on blues, rock, or indeed the stones.
But I'd say quite a lot of the stone's stuff sounds like bluesy rock to me.
Always lived in Suffolk, since he moved from Liverpool then St Johns Wood, London...he has a farm in Scotland which he bought in 1969.Just thinking about Macca, as you do, but has he always lived in the UK?
I can't remember him ever living abroad apart from the spells he had whilst working. Happy for a Beatles guy to fill here.
I'm sure in my recent memory he lives in Scotland?
Not looking to point fingers at anyone else but if true fair play to him.
Might fill a bit of time while we wait for Derek;-)
I used the Delta Blues term in my description of the beginning of Cry A While.Was it you who used the term “Delta blues”? I actually think that’s a better description for this.
I’ve listened to “Honest With Me” quite a few times in a row now — really liking it.
I'd imagine that a lot of bands started out doing covers, then some bright spark amongst them writes a song and here we go.Always lived in Suffolk, since he moved from Liverpool then St Johns Wood, London...he has a farm in Scotland which he bought in 1969.
Sent all his kids to the local state school in Suffolk.
The comment about the Stones I think was taken out of context by some grubby journo.
He seemed to mean in the early days they were a blues cover band, which is true, and most of their music is rooted in the blues. Which is true.
He did also state they are a fantastic band.
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