It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!
^ Back to Top
The MI6 Community is unofficial and in no way associated or linked with EON Productions, MGM, Sony Pictures, Activision or Ian Fleming Publications. Any views expressed on this website are of the individual members and do not necessarily reflect those of the Community owners. Any video or images displayed in topics on MI6 Community are embedded by users from third party sites and as such MI6 Community and its owners take no responsibility for this material.
James Bond News • James Bond Articles • James Bond Magazine
Not bad either.
Can they please do Bond soon?
Lento E Largo - Tranquillissimo
Beautiful song. Among my favorites. You know, sometimes our tastes perfectly intersect, @Thunderfinger.
I know what you're saying, to me it's that, Exile, Beggars & Let It Bleed, I'm not sure I can choose between them, that period of albums really was their peak, all downhill despite some great moments from then on.
The Likes of Wild Horses, Can You Here Me Knocking, Dead Flowers & Sister Morphine really mark out Sticky Fingers but the others have such high watermarks as well.
The reason must be your good taste.
Possibly one the last great albums from the Purple One, although my Wife and I have very much like it's follow up Symbol (as it's known) saw Prince on the tour at Wembley Stadium, London in 1992.
I've really been into this band lately and can't seem to get enough. Love this song too...
Its a real heavy, even Zeppelin-esque, trip down memory lane.
He blends new material,older stuff and classic covers.
A real good heavy blues-rock album, with a smattering of guest vocals, most notably on the new Sam Cooke cover.
One of Beck's best later career efforts, I think.
One of my favourite bands but criminally underrated. Would love to know if anyone else on these boards listens to them.
That would have been quite the guitar show.
==re Beck last summer, was he touring any of the stuff from the Loudhailer album he put out last year with the two girls.
I'm not sure Loudhailer blends with his other stuff, as it's really a collaboration with the girls, but maybe.
Not only Clapton Page and Beck but also Stones Bill Wyman on bass and Charlie Watts on drums, and Who drummer Kenny Jones, among others, circa 1983!