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“Satan is a evilous man” October 24, 2013


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This is apparently the 666th post on this blog, so I thought I’d celebrate that with devilishly beastly top 13 Satan songs. I’d also love to hear what other songs you might have chosen. Given that we are days away from Halloween I suppose that this borders on being a topical post too 🙂

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“I gotta roll, can’t stand still, got a flaming heart, can’t get my fill” February 10, 2012


Ronnie shows off his massive clock!

According to a recent report in the NME it would seem that Ronnie Wood could have joined Led Zeppelin. I wonder if an alternative universe that actually happened and Jimmy Page joined the Stones. The Stones with Page as guitarist would certainly have added more satanic menace to “Sympathy For The Devil” don’t you think.

Ronnie says that he was asked to join the New Yardbirds who went on to become Led Zep, but declined because he thought they were a ‘bunch of farmers’. I doubt that the Zep would have had the same sound without Jimmy Page. What do you folks think? Click here to read the report on the NME site.

Ronnie the song is Black Dog not Little Brown Dog!

 

“Who needs these foolish friendships, we’re going it alone “ January 25, 2012


Sir Michael Philip Jagger has turned down an invitation to partake afternoon tea in Davos, Switzerland with ‘Call me Dave’ Cameron and Boris Johnson among others. The meeting was allegedly set up to help promote Britain and British industry. However Sir Mick has claimed that inaccurate comments and suggestions have been made about his political allegiances. This is the reason he has subsequently declined the offer.

The whole thing smacks of hypocrisy to me. Why take a knighthood in the first place if you are not prepared to be a tool of the highest order for the government, the royal family and associated flunkies? What has happened to the anti-establishment, rebellious nature of rock n roll? Would Mick argue that he is trying to change things from within? Maybe, but turning down a chance to imbibe warm milky drinks and crust free sandwiches with a bunch of toffs is not that rebellious is it? It’s hardly like depicting the Queen with a safety-pin through her nose or emptying an ice bucket over John Prescott.

What happened to the Stones of old? What about some “Sympathy For The Devil” or “Gimme Shelter” instead of ‘Sympathy For The Coalition’ and ‘Gimme Earl Grey’. Mick you chose to wear the ermine robes you must have known this kind of thing would happen. Keef would never have found himself in this position he remains a true rock n roller who would almost certainly publicly turn down a royal award if it were ever offered!

Does rebellion still have a place in rock music? I believe it does, what do you think? In the meantime click here to read more about it on the BBC site.

Sympathy for the Daveil?

 

 
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