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Rolling Stones Gig - a new-ish(?) photo

Brownmark released a photo on his Facebook. To me, it's new, but maybe it was out before. I've included the caption as well. I assume maybe it's in Allen's photobook? I don't know. Anyone?


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#therollingstones
show. My concert with #prince. He wasn’t happy. His face tells the story. However, when e got to Pittsburgh’s #stanleytheaterthe #purplefamily was in full force and we felt the love. Full story will be in my upcoming book.

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Reply #1 posted 10/14/18 9:03am

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#therollingstones
show. My concert with #prince.


I take it he meant his first concert with Prince? I don't think I knew that. What a debut.

Man, those fans. At least Prince wore PANTS for the occasion! Some people are never happy... lol

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Reply #2 posted 10/14/18 9:22am

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Awesome picture. I've never seen it before. Looking forward to BrownMark's book. If anyone is aware of when it is coming out, please let me know. Thanks.

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Reply #3 posted 10/14/18 9:25am

TrivialPursuit

eyewishuheaven said:

TrivialPursuit said:


#therollingstones
show. My concert with #prince.


I take it he meant his first concert with Prince? I don't think I knew that. What a debut.

Man, those fans. At least Prince wore PANTS for the occasion! Some people are never happy... lol


It's Brownmark's quote, so "my" is a first-person reference.

And to respond to E319, I agree. I sort of wish The Revolution as a whole would write a book, the way Motley Crue or the original MTV VJs did, each telling their side of a story. That would be pretty amazing.

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Reply #4 posted 10/14/18 9:40am

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Do Me Baby
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Reply #5 posted 10/14/18 9:46am

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Nice photo.
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Reply #6 posted 10/14/18 10:32am

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TrivialPursuit said:



eyewishuheaven said:




TrivialPursuit said:



#therollingstones
show. My concert with #prince.




I take it he meant his first concert with Prince? I don't think I knew that. What a debut.

Man, those fans. At least Prince wore PANTS for the occasion! Some people are never happy... lol




It's Brownmark's quote, so "my" is a first-person reference.

And to respond to E319, I agree. I sort of wish The Revolution as a whole would write a book, the way Motley Crue or the original MTV VJs did, each telling their side of a story. That would be pretty amazing.


Except the leader isn’t here to tell his. It would be like Mötley writing a book and Nikki Sixx not being part of it.
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Reply #7 posted 10/14/18 12:56pm

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Excellent color photo by Allen from when Prince opened for the Stones.

The quality is so clear it looks as though it could have been taken yesterday.

Prior to this photo the only photo we saw from this moment in time was black and white grainy.

I am excited for Allen's book.

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Reply #8 posted 10/14/18 12:57pm

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rogifan said:


Except the leader isn’t here to tell his. It would be like Mötley writing a book and Nikki Sixx not being part of it.


It would be The Revolution telling their story, which is what I'd wanna read.

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Reply #9 posted 10/14/18 2:18pm

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Great picture cool
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Reply #10 posted 10/14/18 2:18pm

paulludvig

TrivialPursuit said:



eyewishuheaven said:




TrivialPursuit said:



#therollingstones
show. My concert with #prince.




I take it he meant his first concert with Prince? I don't think I knew that. What a debut.

Man, those fans. At least Prince wore PANTS for the occasion! Some people are never happy... lol




It's Brownmark's quote, so "my" is a first-person reference.

And to respond to E319, I agree. I sort of wish The Revolution as a whole would write a book, the way Motley Crue or the original MTV VJs did, each telling their side of a story. That would be pretty amazing.



The most important side of the story would be missing.
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Reply #11 posted 10/14/18 2:35pm

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TrivialPursuit said:

eyewishuheaven said:


I take it he meant his first concert with Prince? I don't think I knew that. What a debut.

Man, those fans. At least Prince wore PANTS for the occasion! Some people are never happy... lol


It's Brownmark's quote, so "my" is a first-person reference.


Oh I know that, I'm just wondering if he forgot to include the word 'first' in there. "My concert with Prince" is an odd thing to say.

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Reply #12 posted 10/14/18 2:42pm

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He looks handsome even frowning! heart

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Reply #13 posted 10/14/18 3:50pm

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TrivialPursuit said:

rogifan said:


Except the leader isn’t here to tell his. It would be like Mötley writing a book and Nikki Sixx not being part of it.


It would be The Revolution telling their story, which is what I'd wanna read.

Same here... And I haven't seen this photo before...

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Reply #14 posted 10/14/18 3:53pm

motherfunka

TrivialPursuit said:

Brownmark released a photo on his Facebook. To me, it's new, but maybe it was out before. I've included the caption as well. I assume maybe it's in Allen's photobook? I don't know. Anyone?




#therollingstones
show. My concert with #prince. He wasn’t happy. His face tells the story. However, when e got to Pittsburgh’s #stanleytheaterthe #purplefamily was in full force and we felt the love. Full story will be in my upcoming book.

It is from Allen's new book.

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Reply #15 posted 10/14/18 4:37pm

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purplethunder3121 said:

TrivialPursuit said:


It would be The Revolution telling their story, which is what I'd wanna read.

Same here... And I haven't seen this photo before...


I haven't either. It sure is telling.

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paulludvig

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purplethunder3121 said:




TrivialPursuit said:




It would be The Revolution telling their story, which is what I'd wanna read.



Same here... And I haven't seen this photo before...




I haven't either. It sure is telling.



How so?
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Reply #17 posted 10/14/18 5:06pm

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paulludvig said:


The most important side of the story would be missing.


Incorrect. To say Prince's is the most important part diminishes everyone else there and their role. You think Prince was the only one dodging raw chicken and beer bottles? Think again. Hell, even Wendy was there backstage. She told the story on her and Lisa's Luxuriaradio show back in 2009. Lisa recorded interviews with Wendy, Bobby, and Matt (Mark wasn't available I think) and they all told their sides of it. She did a great job editing it all together, adding some music or sound effects. It was like listening to an audiobook. And that is why I want The Revolution to write their own book. They all have their view of a story, but to have them spliced together in sections like that would be fantastic; a quick cross-reference the way Motley Crue did or the MTV VJ book.

Just because Prince isn't part of it doesn't make the story less compelling. This story has been told and retold without ever hearing Prince say shit about it for the most part. How would a book now about The Revolutions time together be any different? If Prince were alive, he'd not participate because we know how he was, so now is just as good of a time as anything.

But to get The Revolution to talk about everything from 1979 on up through 1987 or so like that would be exciting as fuck. All the Susannah stuff, the favoring of the girls, Matt staying on after Parade, Dez's exit and Wendy coming into the band. All these little snips we hear in interviews on DVDs or radio shows, plus more would be in a book - stuff we've never heard. Prince would never tell the whole truth anyway. He'd tell his truth, which we know wasn't always 100% accurate. The Revolution would be respectful but blatantly honest at the same time.

This experience will cover courtship, sex, commitment, fetishes, loneliness, vindication, love, and hate.
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Reply #18 posted 10/14/18 5:27pm

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TrivialPursuit said:

paulludvig said:


The most important side of the story would be missing.


Incorrect. To say Prince's is the most important part diminishes everyone else there and their role. You think Prince was the only one dodging raw chicken and beer bottles? Think again. Hell, even Wendy was there backstage. She told the story on her and Lisa's Luxuriaradio show back in 2009. Lisa recorded interviews with Wendy, Bobby, and Matt (Mark wasn't available I think) and they all told their sides of it. She did a great job editing it all together, adding some music or sound effects. It was like listening to an audiobook. And that is why I want The Revolution to write their own book. They all have their view of a story, but to have them spliced together in sections like that would be fantastic; a quick cross-reference the way Motley Crue did or the MTV VJ book.

Just because Prince isn't part of it doesn't make the story less compelling. This story has been told and retold without ever hearing Prince say shit about it for the most part. How would a book now about The Revolutions time together be any different? If Prince were alive, he'd not participate because we know how he was, so now is just as good of a time as anything.

But to get The Revolution to talk about everything from 1979 on up through 1987 or so like that would be exciting as fuck. All the Susannah stuff, the favoring of the girls, Matt staying on after Parade, Dez's exit and Wendy coming into the band. All these little snips we hear in interviews on DVDs or radio shows, plus more would be in a book - stuff we've never heard. Prince would never tell the whole truth anyway. He'd tell his truth, which we know wasn't always 100% accurate. The Revolution would be respectful but blatantly honest at the same time.

Hey, sometimes a newbie band has to dodge stuff like this razz lol :

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Reply #19 posted 10/14/18 5:57pm

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TrivialPursuit said:

paulludvig said:


The most important side of the story would be missing.


Incorrect. To say Prince's is the most important part diminishes everyone else there and their role. You think Prince was the only one dodging raw chicken and beer bottles? Think again. Hell, even Wendy was there backstage. She told the story on her and Lisa's Luxuriaradio show back in 2009. Lisa recorded interviews with Wendy, Bobby, and Matt (Mark wasn't available I think) and they all told their sides of it. She did a great job editing it all together, adding some music or sound effects. It was like listening to an audiobook. And that is why I want The Revolution to write their own book. They all have their view of a story, but to have them spliced together in sections like that would be fantastic; a quick cross-reference the way Motley Crue did or the MTV VJ book.

Just because Prince isn't part of it doesn't make the story less compelling. This story has been told and retold without ever hearing Prince say shit about it for the most part. How would a book now about The Revolutions time together be any different? If Prince were alive, he'd not participate because we know how he was, so now is just as good of a time as anything.

But to get The Revolution to talk about everything from 1979 on up through 1987 or so like that would be exciting as fuck. All the Susannah stuff, the favoring of the girls, Matt staying on after Parade, Dez's exit and Wendy coming into the band. All these little snips we hear in interviews on DVDs or radio shows, plus more would be in a book - stuff we've never heard. Prince would never tell the whole truth anyway. He'd tell his truth, which we know wasn't always 100% accurate. The Revolution would be respectful but blatantly honest at the same time.

Seriously, I just want to know who the twisted fuck was that took raw chicken to a concert?

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HatrinaHaterwitz said:

TrivialPursuit said:


Incorrect. To say Prince's is the most important part diminishes everyone else there and their role. You think Prince was the only one dodging raw chicken and beer bottles? Think again. Hell, even Wendy was there backstage. She told the story on her and Lisa's Luxuriaradio show back in 2009. Lisa recorded interviews with Wendy, Bobby, and Matt (Mark wasn't available I think) and they all told their sides of it. She did a great job editing it all together, adding some music or sound effects. It was like listening to an audiobook. And that is why I want The Revolution to write their own book. They all have their view of a story, but to have them spliced together in sections like that would be fantastic; a quick cross-reference the way Motley Crue did or the MTV VJ book.

Just because Prince isn't part of it doesn't make the story less compelling. This story has been told and retold without ever hearing Prince say shit about it for the most part. How would a book now about The Revolutions time together be any different? If Prince were alive, he'd not participate because we know how he was, so now is just as good of a time as anything.

But to get The Revolution to talk about everything from 1979 on up through 1987 or so like that would be exciting as fuck. All the Susannah stuff, the favoring of the girls, Matt staying on after Parade, Dez's exit and Wendy coming into the band. All these little snips we hear in interviews on DVDs or radio shows, plus more would be in a book - stuff we've never heard. Prince would never tell the whole truth anyway. He'd tell his truth, which we know wasn't always 100% accurate. The Revolution would be respectful but blatantly honest at the same time.

Seriously, I just want to know who the twisted fuck was that took raw chicken to a concert?

Apparently security wasn't what it is now at that time... I only saw the Rolling Stones one time in my life and that was in 1997...and their fans don't play! Pearl Jam opened for the Stones and were booed and verbally abused by restless Stones' fans; if they had had beer bottles and raw chicken, they would have thrown them at Pearl Jam, no doubt! razz lol

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Reply #21 posted 10/14/18 10:21pm

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Seriously, I just want to know who the twisted fuck was that took raw chicken to a concert?


Security was shit, and some of them were probably trying to tailgate in the arena.

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Reply #22 posted 10/14/18 10:22pm

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paulludvig said:

TrivialPursuit said:

I haven't either. It sure is telling.

How so?


if you got the kind of abuse and humiliation that they did, what kind of look would you have on your face?!

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paulludvig

TrivialPursuit said:



paulludvig said:



The most important side of the story would be missing.


Incorrect. To say Prince's is the most important part diminishes everyone else there and their role. You think Prince was the only one dodging raw chicken and beer bottles? Think again. Hell, even Wendy was there backstage. She told the story on her and Lisa's Luxuriaradio show back in 2009. Lisa recorded interviews with Wendy, Bobby, and Matt (Mark wasn't available I think) and they all told their sides of it. She did a great job editing it all together, adding some music or sound effects. It was like listening to an audiobook. And that is why I want The Revolution to write their own book. They all have their view of a story, but to have them spliced together in sections like that would be fantastic; a quick cross-reference the way Motley Crue did or the MTV VJ book.

Just because Prince isn't part of it doesn't make the story less compelling. This story has been told and retold without ever hearing Prince say shit about it for the most part. How would a book now about The Revolutions time together be any different? If Prince were alive, he'd not participate because we know how he was, so now is just as good of a time as anything.

But to get The Revolution to talk about everything from 1979 on up through 1987 or so like that would be exciting as fuck. All the Susannah stuff, the favoring of the girls, Matt staying on after Parade, Dez's exit and Wendy coming into the band. All these little snips we hear in interviews on DVDs or radio shows, plus more would be in a book - stuff we've never heard. Prince would never tell the whole truth anyway. He'd tell his truth, which we know wasn't always 100% accurate. The Revolution would be respectful but blatantly honest at the same time.



The Revolution would be telling their truth too, which is even less accurste and infinitely less interesting.
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The Revolution would be telling their truth too, which is even less accurste and infinitely less interesting.

I'm not too bothered about any books but I get the impression we'd get stories closer to the truth than we'd have got from Prince.

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eyewishuheaven said:

TrivialPursuit said:







#therollingstones
show. My concert with #prince.


I take it he meant his first concert with Prince? I don't think I knew that. What a debut.

he played a warmup gig at Sam's actually,

http://www.princevault.com/index.php?title=05_October_1981

You could probably argue secret shows don't count or something though.



As for the "most important side of the story" being missing. I mean, well duh, but what are you going to do, hold a seance?

[Edited 10/15/18 2:22am]

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The Revolution would be telling their truth too, which is even less accurste and infinitely less interesting.


That's your view, and you're welcome to it. But you're in a minority. You'll never get Prince's side to it anyway.

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paulludvig said:

TrivialPursuit said:


It's Brownmark's quote, so "my" is a first-person reference.

And to respond to E319, I agree. I sort of wish The Revolution as a whole would write a book, the way Motley Crue or the original MTV VJs did, each telling their side of a story. That would be pretty amazing.

The most important side of the story would be missing.

duh

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TrivialPursuit said:

paulludvig said:


The Revolution would be telling their truth too, which is even less accurste and infinitely less interesting.


That's your view, and you're welcome to it. But you're in a minority. You'll never get Prince's side to it anyway.

paulludvig has #hate issues with the Revolution W & S more particularly

here is another from the Rolling Stones concert

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#IDEFINEME #ALBUMSSTILLMATTER

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What's the matter with your life
Is poverty bringing U down?
Is the mailman jerking U 'round?
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In someone else's box?
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HatrinaHaterwitz said:

TrivialPursuit said:


Incorrect. To say Prince's is the most important part diminishes everyone else there and their role. You think Prince was the only one dodging raw chicken and beer bottles? Think again. Hell, even Wendy was there backstage. She told the story on her and Lisa's Luxuriaradio show back in 2009. Lisa recorded interviews with Wendy, Bobby, and Matt (Mark wasn't available I think) and they all told their sides of it. She did a great job editing it all together, adding some music or sound effects. It was like listening to an audiobook. And that is why I want The Revolution to write their own book. They all have their view of a story, but to have them spliced together in sections like that would be fantastic; a quick cross-reference the way Motley Crue did or the MTV VJ book.

Just because Prince isn't part of it doesn't make the story less compelling. This story has been told and retold without ever hearing Prince say shit about it for the most part. How would a book now about The Revolutions time together be any different? If Prince were alive, he'd not participate because we know how he was, so now is just as good of a time as anything.

But to get The Revolution to talk about everything from 1979 on up through 1987 or so like that would be exciting as fuck. All the Susannah stuff, the favoring of the girls, Matt staying on after Parade, Dez's exit and Wendy coming into the band. All these little snips we hear in interviews on DVDs or radio shows, plus more would be in a book - stuff we've never heard. Prince would never tell the whole truth anyway. He'd tell his truth, which we know wasn't always 100% accurate. The Revolution would be respectful but blatantly honest at the same time.

Seriously, I just want to know who the twisted fuck was that took raw chicken to a concert?

lol it had to be cooked, or half cooked from some broke down KFC lol

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