Posts by IceBaer

    Die Palme hatte ich damals im Münchner Olympiastadion (2006) dabei. Leider habe ich kein Bild von der Aktion. Nach dem Konzert habe ich sie mir bei einem Ordner wieder abgeholt und habe sie heute noch.

    • Kunst von Banksy ist begehrt, das ist auch beim Bild „Bird with Grenade“ („Vogel mit Granate“) nicht anders.
    • In den Niederlanden wird das Spray-Gemälde jetzt für 170.000 Euro versteigert.
    • Der Vorbesitzer ist kein Unbekannter: Jamie Wood, Sohn des legendären Rolling-Stones-Gitarristen Ron Wood.

    Zwolle. Das Bild „Bird with Grenade“ („Vogel mit Granate“) des geheimnisumwitterten Künstlers Banksy ist in den Niederlanden für 170.000 Euro unter den Hammer gekommen. Das 2002 entstandene Kunstwerk sei an einen niederländischen Sammler gegangen, berichtete die Nachrichtenagentur ANP am Donnerstag unter Berufung auf das Auktionshaus Hessink’s in Zwolle.

    Das Bild stamme aus der Privatsammlung von Jamie Wood, Sohn des legendären Rolling-Stones-Gitarristen Ron Wood, so das Auktionshaus. Auf dem gesprayten Bild ist einer Abbildung von Hessink's zufolge ein Vogel zu sehen, an dessen Schnabel eine Handgranate hängt

    Banksy ist ein Rätsel

    Banksys Identität gibt nach wie vor Rätsel auf. Bekannt ist, dass er aus Bristol im Südwesten Englands stammt und Ende der 90er Jahre nach London kam. Einen Namen machte er sich mit gesellschaftskritischen und meist kontroversen Motiven, die oft überraschend auftauchen. Dabei thematisierte er zum Beispiel auch Obdachlosigkeit, Konsumverhalten und die Corona-Krise.


    hier kann man das Bild sehen:

    https://twitter.com/telegraaf/…/1331987386176335873?s=21

    1975

    22. Januar - 09. Februar: Rotterdam, Holland, De Doelen, Mobile Record Unit. Producers: The Glimmer Twins. Sound engineers: Keith Harwood, Glyn Johns. Rehearsals, recordings (and playbacks of already recorded tracks). Additional musicians: Billy Preston (p, org, string synthesizer, bvoc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/ & maybe others
    - blues rhythm 1 ( ) -instrumental, merely one riff by KR (plus lead gtr and org)
    - blues rhythm 2 ( ) -instrumental, now with bass and drums as well
    - slow jam ( ) -instrumental
    - 12-bar blues ( ) -instrumental
    - rock rhythm ( ) -instrumental (apart frome one Jagger-scream)
    - English Rose (MJ/KR) -playback, part only
    - Men Eating Women (MJ/KR) -playback
    - funky rhythm ( ) -instrumental, James Brown-like; MJ vocals in the off
    - Heatwave 1 (Brian Holland/Lamont Dozier/Eddie Holland) -instrumental, several takes
    - interview with MJ & CW
    - funky rhythm jam ( ) -instrumental
    - I Love Ladies (MJ/KR) -instrumental
    - short jam ( ) -instrumental
    - Worried About You (MJ/KR) -instrumental, slower
    - Worried About You (MJ/KR) -instrumental, faster
    - slow ballad ( ) -instrumental
    - funky jam 1 ( ) -instrumental, with Billy Preston on synth
    - funky jam 2 ( ) -instrumental, with less Billy Preston on synth
    - Freeway Jam (Max Middleton) -instrumental, with Jeff Beck on guitar, several takes
    - slow blues ( ) -with MJ on vocals in the off and harmonica
    - Windmill (MJ/KR) -playback; a/k/a Wind Call
                      - You Should Have Seen Her Ass (MJ/KR) -playback, part only
    - Waiting On A Friend (MJ/KR) -playback, part only
    - Criss Cross (Save Me) (MJ/KR) -playback, part only
    - Tops (MJ/KR) -instrumental; playback
    - slow ballad ( ) -instrumental, same as above, but different take
    - instrumental jam ( ) -with Jeff Beck on guitar
    - Shame, Shame, Shame (Sylvia Robinson) -instrumental
    - Slave (MK/KR) -instrumental
    - interview with CW
    - Crazy Mama (MJ/KR) -with ghost-vocal, guitar overdub-session
    - Crazy Mama (MJ/KR) -with ghost-vocal, piano overdub-session
    - I Got A Letter (MJ/KR) -with some vocals
    - Cherry Oh Baby (Eric Donaldson) -with some vocals
    - Act Together 1 (MJ/KR) -instrumental
    - Act Together 2 (MJ/KR) -instrumental, guitar overdub-session
    - Fool To Cry (MJ/KR)
    - Heatwave 2 (B. Holland/L. Dozier/E. Holland) -with vocals in the off, part only
    - Heatwave 3 (Holland/Dozier/Holland) -instrumental, with additional lead guitar
    - slow riff ( ) -instrumental
    - long jam ( ) -instrumental, very bass-heavy
    - Monkey Man (MJ/KR) -instrumental
    - Slave 1 (MJ/KR) -instrumental, guitar only
    - Slave 2 (MJ/KR) -instrumental rehearsal, several takes with Billy Preston on synth
    - Slave 3 (MJ/KR) -instrumental rehearsal, without Billy Preston
    - Slave 4 (MJ/KR) -instrumental rehearsal, with Billy Preston on organ
    - Slave 5 (MJ/KR) -instrumental rehearsal, with Billy Preston on synth
    - slow blues ( ) -instrumental, with piano
    - funky rhythm ( ) -instrumental
    - 12-bar blues ( ) -instrumental, with organ and synthesizer, several takes
    - fast funky rhythm ( ) -instrumental, with Jeff Beck on guitar
    - funky rhythm ( ) -instrumental, different to above
    - long blues ( ) -instrumental, with Jeff Beck on guitar
    Note: The 'playbacks' are leftovers from GHS- and IORR-previous sessions which The Rolling Stones seemed to listen to during these sessions.

    Quelle: Nico Zentgraf

    1972

    25. - 30. November & 06. - 21. Dezember: Kingston, Jamaica, Dynamic

    Sounds Studios. Producer: Jimmy Miller. Sound engineer: Andy Johns (with

    Carlton Lee). Additional musicians: Nicky Hopkins (p; first three weeks)/Billy

    Preston (keyb; last week)

    - After Muddy & Charlie (MJ/KR) -unverified

    - Angie I (MJ/KR) -early version without strings and earlier vocal take, Nicky

    Hopkins on piano; Crossfire Hurricane-version

    - Brown Leaves I (MJ/KR) -unverified

    - Can You Hear The Music I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version; Nicky Hopkins

    on piano

    - Coming Down Again I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version

    - Criss Cross I (MJ/KR/MT) -with nearly inaudible sax from 1.32 onwards

    - Criss Cross II (MJ/KR/MT) -with nearly inaudible sax from 3.02 onwards

    - Dancing With Mr. D. I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version; Nicky Hopkins on piano

    - Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version; Billy Preston on

    keyboards

    - English Rose (MJ/KR)

    - Fast Talking Slow Walking (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano

    - First Thing (MJ/KR) -unverified

    - Four And In (MJ/KR) -unverified

    - Give Us A Break (MJ/KR) -unverified

    - 100 Years Ago I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version; Nicky Hopkins on piano

    - Jamaica (MJ/KR) -unverified

    - Man-Eating Woman (MJ/KR) -unverified

    - Miami (MJ/KR) -unverified

    - Separately (KR/MT) -Nicky Hopkins on piano; Jimmy Miller on percussion;

    instrumental

    - Short And Curlies I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version; Ian Stewart on piano

    - Star Star I (MJ/KR) -unverified early version; Ian Stewart on piano

    - Through The Lonely Nights (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano; single-version

    - Tops I (MJ/KR) -instrumental

    - Waiting On A Friend I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano, Jimmy Miller on

    percussion; "Waiting On My Friend"-version

    - Windmill I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano; instrumental; aka Wind Call

    - Winter I (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano; unverified early version without

    strings

    - You Should Have Seen Her Ass (MJ/KR) -Nicky Hopkins on piano

    - Zabadoo (MJ/KR) -unverified


    Quelle: Nico Zentgraf

    Die Stones Cover-Band „Undercover“ aus Rotterdam hatte einen Live-Stream auf Facebook.


    Gute Soundqualität:

    https://www.facebook.com/Under…e/videos/566714200669321/


    1. Jumpin‘ Jack Flash
    2. Route 66

    3. Live With Me

    4. Neighbours

    5. Get Off Of My Cloud

    6. Bitch

    7. Out Of Control

    8. Wild Horses

    9. Can‘t You Hear Me Knocking

    10. Star Star (Starfucker)

    11. Ain‘t Too Proud To Beg

    12. Going To A Go-Go

    13. Dead Flowers

    14. Ruby Tuesday

    15. You Can‘t Always Get What You Want

    16. Brown Sugar

    17. Start Me Up

    18. Johnny B. Goode
    19. It‘s Only Rock ‘N‘ Roll
    20. Midnight Rambler

    1974: 15th October: KEITH RICHARDS. London, Island Studios. - Scarlet I (MJ/KR?) -unverified

    Line-up: KR (gtr, voc)/STU (p)/Jimmy Page (gtr)/Rick Grech (bass)/Bruce Rowland (dr)


    1974: 23rd November: KEITH RICHARDS. Berne, Switzerland, Sinus Studios. Sound engineer: Peter MacTaggart. Overdubs-session.
    - Scarlet II (MJ/KR?) -unverified
    Musician: KR (gtr, voc, org, p)
    Note: Song later reworked with RW. And probably by MJ


    1976: 10th January: MICK JAGGER. Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, Phonogram Studios.
    Producer: MJ. Unverified solo-recording.
    - Scarlet (MJ/KR?)
    Line-up: MJ (gtr, voc)/Dadi (bass)/Antonio Adolfo (p)/Paulinho Braga (dr)/Luiz
    Cláudio (gtr)/Neném (cuíca; a percussion instrument)/Marçal (tamb)/
    Eliseu (tamb)/Lula (surdo; a percussion instrument)/Risadinha (pandeiro;
    a percussion instrument)/Canegal (ganzá; a percussion instrument)
    Note: KR also recorded a solo song called Scarlet in 1974


    Quelle: Nico Zentgraf