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rnolan

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RIP Charlie Watts
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RIP Charlie, Such a shame. nice guy, great drummer  :facepalm:
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Re: RIP Charlie Watts
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I actually could not believe it when I heard the news.  Found out by accident!

RIP

Richard I dunno if you can get access to BBC iplayer but there is a great documentary on there about the stones.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01rrxkl/rolling-stones-crossfire-hurricane

Always amazes me when people say they like the Beatles over the Rolling Stones!!  :lol:
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Re: RIP Charlie Watts
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Hey RG, only works for UK apparently  :( .  Would be good to watch.  I tended to be the other way and prefer the Stones to the Beatles, then I'm a rock ape and the Beatles were quite pop back then.  I had a cassette of Get your YaYas Out, great live recording.  I also prefer Mick Taylor on guitar and never really liked their disco era much (ala Miss you etc).  A big eye opener was much later working out that allot of Keith Richards guitar playing is in open G (and he had 5 string guitars so the bottom string was G).  Makes songs like Brown Sugar heaps easier to play.
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Re: RIP Charlie Watts
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Just rest in Peace Charlie , the Jazz drummer that made the Rolling Stones less hard then they really sounded!!! O:-) O:-) O:-)
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