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Name: Fender Bender
Subject: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: July 3, 1969......
Date: Monday, July 03, 2017
Time: 6:31:53 PM
Remote Address: 126.96.36.199
Message ID: 309526
Parent ID: 309521
Thread ID: 309510
Bands such as The Beatles and Beach Boys would bring in outside session musicians to get specific sounds beyond those groups' capabilities to provide them. And producers George Martin and Brian Wilson had what it took to see the process through. With the Rolling Stones, however, Brian Jones came up with unique riffs, melodies, and tone coloration within the framework of the band that he was an integral part of, as part of the creative process. As producer, ALO did not need to "score" or "arrange" Brian's contributions, since he (Brian) was the actual composer and knew where he was taking the songs musically. As such, there is really no patent "Brian Jones" sound that can be applied to him, since his creative output was so diverse covering a wide array of musical styles. Consider the spacey mellotron on "2000 Light Years From Home", and the acoustic slide guitar on "No Expectations", on back-to-back albums but a universe apart musically. The Stones music grew to match the creative standard of the day largely because of Brian's ability to expand the vocabulary of pop music.
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