Re: Re: Evil, Evil Bootleggers

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Posted by Keef on June 19, 1999 at 09:52:02:

In Reply to: Re: Evil, Evil Bootleggers posted by Joey on June 18, 1999 at 14:00:59:

All the hits were co-written by Mick Taylor? The only songs he had anything to do with were Waiting on a Friend, Tops, and possibly Worried About You. I don't know what radio station you listened to back then, but the only one of those songs that was a hit was Waiting on a Friend. What did Taylor have to do with Start Me Up, Hang Fire, Little T & A, Black Limousine, Neighbors, etc. NOTHING.


: The only reason Tattoo You was so great was because all the hit songs were co-written by the Great Mick Taylor in the early seventies. That Guitar, that vibrato, that magical formula Keith and Taylor had back then can only be resurrected if the Stones kick Ronnie Wood out of the band and replace him with Taylor. Then we will all have our "Classic Stones Period" back again. By the way, No Security is a damn good disk. It really does what a live album should do to studio cuts: make the B2B hits sound even better. Long Live the Stones.............Long Live Mick Taylor. Joey.

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