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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by preCRT, May 20, 2012.
Looks like he's pushing 100.
did he move like jagger?
Did he move like Harlow in Monte Carlo?
Yep, but I thought he did fairly well with the Foo Fighters last night. That was a cool surprise.
OP, the guy will be 69 farking years old in July. If you look that good at 69 . . . if you even make it to 69 . . . then we'll talk!
At the end, Arcade Fire played Sympathy For The Devil at what looked like that skitzy female cast member's formal goodbye. Now THAT was cool!
Yea 'ol Mick still belted out a couple of good tunes, I liked it..
The funny thing is Mick Jagger can still tap more chicks than almost all that rag on him.
The game show segment where he parodied the travolta stuff was hilarious.
If he's 100 then Keith Richards is 120.
I also must say he had some great performances last night, I guess I shouldn't be surprised since he's done almost nothing but perform for the last...however many years.
Also...Lazy Sunday 2! Link?
Ok, by "skitzy female cast member" I meant Kristen Wiig (not really a fan), and by "Sympathy For the Devil" I meant the Stone's sole psychadelic album "Her Satanic Majesty's Request" -- extremely underrated and seemingly all but forgotten today -- from which Arcade Fire played "She's Like a Rainbow" which segued into the Beatles' "Ruby Tuesday."
Apparently, it was Wiig's goodbye from SNL . . . and it was "differnet" and kinda' cool.
The Beatles's "Ruby Tuesday"?
Oh, snap. Was somehow thinking of Lady Madonna. I'm . . . old. D:
I like that album a lot. They seemed to have gotten some flak for it at the time; perhaps justifiably so, but I like the tunes :^)
Yeah, they got a ton of shite because they were seen as copying the Beatles and jumping on the "Sgt.Pepper" psychedelic train for fun and profit, but, I agree, several of the tunes majorly stand up on their own.
"She's a Rainbow", "Citadel", or "2000 Light Years From Home" went really, really well with weed, acid or mescaline.
Get in the mood and enjoy.
Haven't enjoyed SNL much in a long time, but he was good. I enjoyed that.
Dude has always looked rough, but last time I saw him(years ago now) he was still surprisingly full of energy.
I'm willing to bet he looks better at 69 then you do at whatever your current age is.
Dude is 70, and I can't move like that at 40.
Best of luck Kristin Wiig. been a fan since you first appeared on the Joe Schmo Show.
He acted and sounded a lot like Jemaine Clement from Flight of the Conchords.