Mick Jagger

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  1. preCRT

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    Looks like he's pushing 100.
     
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    did he move like jagger?
     
  4. IronWing

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    Did he move like Harlow in Monte Carlo?
     
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    Yep, but I thought he did fairly well with the Foo Fighters last night. That was a cool surprise.
     
  7. Perknose

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    Absolutely!

    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! :cool:
     
  8. BUTCH1

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    Yea 'ol Mick still belted out a couple of good tunes, I liked it..
     
  9. alkemyst

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    The funny thing is Mick Jagger can still tap more chicks than almost all that rag on him.
     
  10. lupi

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    The game show segment where he parodied the travolta stuff was hilarious.
     
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    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?
     
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    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." :oops:

    Apparently, it was Wiig's goodbye from SNL . . . and it was "differnet" and kinda' cool.

    Vid.
     
  13. Farang

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    The Beatles's "Ruby Tuesday"?
     
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    Oh, snap. Was somehow thinking of Lady Madonna. I'm . . . old. D:
     
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    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 :^)
     
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    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. ;)
     
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    Haven't enjoyed SNL much in a long time, but he was good. I enjoyed that.
     
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    Dude has always looked rough, but last time I saw him(years ago now) he was still surprisingly full of energy.
     
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    I'm willing to bet he looks better at 69 then you do at whatever your current age is.
     
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    Dude is 70, and I can't move like that at 40.
     
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    Best of luck Kristin Wiig. been a fan since you first appeared on the Joe Schmo Show.
     
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    He acted and sounded a lot like Jemaine Clement from Flight of the Conchords.