Not sure I could be bothered with the 60s Stones, they sound shite in most of the live footage I have seen.
They hit their stride musically in the 70s, and as a live phenomenon came into their own in the 80s. No other band works a stadium like it was a hundred seat speak-easy.
As thrilling and energetic as the Manchester scene was, it was small beer to the likes of The Who, Floyd and The Stones.
The only Manc band that understood stadium rock was Oasis, and they totally lost their edge once they got there.
When you see the Stones, it is much more than a mere gig.
Your whole life flashes in front of you, and all the things in it.
I couldn't disagree with you more.
Each to thier own as they say!
Hell no! I don't actually ride a bicycle.
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