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Name: Jaded Faded
Subject: RE: RE: RE: RE: Gram's influence on the Stones
Date: Friday, March 10, 2017
Time: 9:51:38 PM
Remote Address: 18.104.22.168
Message ID: 306900
Parent ID: 306899
Thread ID: 306871
Hey man...sorry, didn't mean to be a little gruff there! Sometimes my nature causes that. I'd listen hard to his earlier stuff too, [before Sweetheart] as well as some live offerings--the more you hear the more you get a sense of that voice (God, what a voice he had!) and subtle tones it conveyed. And while I do feel that Mick was incorporating it in Dead Flowers he was probably also trying to invoke the pure country soul of other iconic voices too. Whatever the case, that song certainly doesn't showcase Mick's own natural voice. I love delving into this stuff, even after all these years and so many listens, and definitely admit to my own level of ignorance. It seems like there is always something new to learn. In terms of influence, though, I have read a few things to the effect that even in his own time, way before he died, the likes of Dylan and Keith and many others really gushed praise on Gram, and that to me justifies the level of his influence on others in music.
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