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Old 11-23-2011, 10:43 PM
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Default Re: Jagger & Bowie Dancing in the Street

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Originally Posted by bermuda View Post
Disturbing? I always thought it was a fun video and a great track as well.
I just laugh at the video now, but, yeah the track is pretty good actually.

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Originally Posted by Doctor Dirt View Post
I do like early Rolling Stones, tunes like Midnight Rambler, Paint it Black, 19th Nervous Breakdown and a few more.........
I don't care for most British front men/singers they all put on a very gay/homosexual act that in my younger years was a huge distraction from the music and vaulted these groups into the "Act" catagory.
I think that honor belongs to Elvis, he just wore nicer clothes. I like the cover of Route 66 that the Stones did.

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Originally Posted by larryace View Post
The way Mick moves always made me cringe. He's just too fuity. For a song about dancing in the streets, where is everybody? This is a major party song. Two people do not a party make. It just doesn't work on any level for me, except perhaps the music track, which I can't disparage. I can't say I disliked the way they sang it either, just the visuals make me want to hurl. If I was asked to approve this for release, I would seriously laugh in their faces, like "Are you serious?". You can do better than that. You forgot the party.
I couldn't agree more. Besides the party, the only other thing missing was Billy Squier dancing there with them.

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Originally Posted by Ian Williams View Post
I prefer the Van Halen version of "Dancing In The Street" out of the "Diverdown" album and the Karen Carpenter version as well!!!

Van Halen: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F1dhrFDva6E

Karen Carpenter: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-PAy6...eature=related

Bowie & Jagger are way too...........softy for my bitter taste!
Yeah, I'm kinda biased to the VH version, but my hippy parents were always playing the Mamas and the Papas.

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Originally Posted by inneedofgrace View Post
Speaking of fruity, here's the video that killed a potentially great rock and roll career:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fR0j7sModCI
Classic. We have to contact the producers of Family Guy. Ha!

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Originally Posted by larryace View Post
Too funny, he's like a male "Elaine". That's just tragic.

Some people just shouldn't expose their dancing to the masses lol. Me included for sure lol.
Elaine! That's the truth. He would give her a run for her money. That was a great Seinfeld.
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