The Best. Comment: Best sound fidelity recording of any Bigger Bang Tour show so far. Channel separation, frequency response, the whole thing. Maybe you can hear 32 bit resolution! Senses be praised. Sound Quality: Excellent Stereo Studio. Drum and Guitars mixed where they should be. Comment: The most significant release of outtakes in years. No lie. Three other songs have circulated from the "Steel Wheels" sessions over the years, but the sound quality is no comparison.
Almost Hear You Sigh was originally an outtake from the Keith Richards X-pensive Winos solo sessions, so it's not that unusual for Keith to be singing this song at Montserrat.
Comment: Nicely edited comments from the radio show with band member interviews on the European Leg among other things. Comment: First release of this show according to my data base. Jack Legg's, Nashville, Tennessee, September 16, Performance: The guy can play this music in his sleep. He's in good spirits on this Saturday night. Comment: Mick, man what have you done for me lately? The music is just sitting on the couch, at home, in a bar or whatever Comment: Well this one has to be reissued every so often, because it is imperative that the newer generation of fans who may have missed this one get a chance to hear the greatest live Stones performance ever recorded!
It does make a good gift for someone who has yet to own the album as well. My only gripes, the only reasons why this thing wasn't rated higher, are the marketing and the amount of content. I think it's a bit of a rip off for the fans to have this album be released in September and then have this special edition come out in November. Why not just include the new songs and actual album on disc 1 and include the bonus material on disc This package, albeit with a little tweaking, could have been what was released in September!
It would have been cool! I also feel the bonus content could have been stronger. For example, the Rain Fall Down remix to me is unnecessary. But oh well, can't please everyone I guess. See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries.
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Dieter Weslowski. This might be the voice of a teenager struggling to get over the loss of his first love, but there may be more to it. The narrator might be another depressed civilian kid, but he could also be a young soldier just returned home from Vietnam. After witnessing so much death in the war, observing another funeral back at home may be enough to push him over the edge. For him, the hearse might be taking much more than the body of a loved one — it may be taking away his ability to love and feel altogether.
Depression was widespread amongst the veterans of the Vietnam War. In fact, so many Vietnam veterans returned home from the war with negative psychological side effects that the healthcare industry was forced to come up with an official name for this new phenomenon.
In the s, the term "post-traumatic stress disorder" PTSD came into use in large part due to the diagnoses of US military veterans of the Vietnam War. Veterans who witnessed the widespread bloodshed and trauma of the Vietnam War firsthand often became psychologically overwhelmed, sometimes not fully recovering if and when they were lucky enough to make it home after the war.
Like a veteran suffering from PTSD and depression, the narrator of "Paint it Black" is no longer entertained by the little things that used to amuse him back at home, like seeing girls "dressed in their summer clothes. The depressed narrator of "Paint it Black" pushes people away, but the people back at home aren't exactly welcoming him with open arms, either.
While World War II veterans were mostly regarded as heroes upon their homecoming, Vietnam vets were often alienated or, even worse, met with anger and disdain, sometimes being yelled at and even spit on by people who, for whatever reason, blamed them for the war.
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Out of Our Heads 1.Apr 24, · The general consensus is that the Rolling Stones’ “Paint It Black” is based on the narrator grieving over a deceased romantic partner. And there is definitely imagery presented in its singular verse to support this theory. However, its singer and co-writer, Rolling Stones’ frontman Mick Jagger, has stated that such is not particularly the case.