Thursday, December 11, 2014

NEW: Rolling Stones live in Sydney 1973 - 1CD - soundboard - mp3 & flac links

The Rolling Stones
Rock'n Roll Stew
Vinyl Gang Productions(VGP-173)

Royal Ranwick Racecourse, Sydney, Australia
February 26, 1973
Liberated Vinyl Gang bootleg

Great Soundboard recording

1. Brown Sugar *
2. Bitch
3. Rock Off
4. Gimmie Shelter
5. Happy
6. Tumbling Dice
7. Love In Vain
8. Sweet Virginia
9. You Can't Always Get What You Want
10. Honky Tonk Women
11. All Down The Line
12. Midnight Rambler
13. Band introductions
14. Little Queenie
15. Rip This Joint
16. Jumping Jack Flash**
17. Street Fighting Man**

*patched with 24th,Feb soundboard source(Perth) ~1:04
**26th,Feb audience source

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NEW: Rolling Stones live in Paris 1970 - 1CD - soundboard - mp3 & flac links

The Rolling Stones - Paris Affair / Vinyl Gang Product [VGP-127]

1970-09-22 Paris, FRA, Palais Des Sports, SB French broadcast

Tracklist:
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Backstage Report
Jumping Jack Flash
Roll Over Beethoven
Sympathy For The Devil
Stray Cat Blues
Love In Vain
Dead Flowers
Midnight Rambler
Live With Me
Little Queenie
Let It Rock
Brown Sugar
Honky Tonk Women
Street Fighting Man

CD featuring the 9/22/70 Paris show by the Stones, does indeed have commentary in between songs, by a French radio announcer.

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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

RE-UP: Rolling Stones live in Boulder 1981 - 2CD - October 3

THE ROLLING STONES - PAVE BOULDER '81
(no label - 2CD release)

LINEAGE:
Original "no label" silvers -> WAV (EAC v0.99 prebeta 5 - secure, Offset "actual") -> FLAC (flacfrontend, level 6) -> You

DATE:
Folsom Field, Boulder, Colorado
October 3rd 1981

QUALITY:
Very Good Audience

PERFORMANCE:
Great performance! Quite ragged....and plenty of mistakes, but a lot of energy and great fun to listen to
Also worrth noting that they played "Tops" at this concert, for the 3rd and last time - ever.

COMMENTS:
This "no label" release is taken from the vinyls "Pave Boulder 81" and "My Hearts Pounding"
But there are no crackles. This "no label" didn't EQ the sound of the vinyls, so the quality is pretty much alike the "vinyl-rip" which midnrambler shared on a different torrent-tracker a few months ago.
But this "no label" release was released 1-2 years ago, so they didn't use his torrent.

ARTWORK:
Included. I have scanned everything, including the discs themselves.


TRACKLIST:

DISC 1:

01. Radio Report
02. Under My Thumb
03. When The Whip Comes Down
04. Let's Spend The Night Together
05. Shattered
06. Neighbours
07. Black Limousine
08. Just My Imagination
09. Twenty Flight Rock
10. Let Me Go
11. Time Is On My Side
12. Beast Of Burden
13. Waiting On A Friend
14. Let It Bleed
15. Tops


DISC 2:

01. You Can't Always Get What You Want
02. Tumbling Dice
03. Little T & A
04. She's So Cold
05. All Down The Line
06. Hang Fire
07. Star Star
08. Miss You
09. Start Me Up
10. Honky Tonk Women
11. Brown Sugar
12. Band Introduction
12. Jumpin' Jack Flash
13. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

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NEW: New Barbarians & Rolling Stones live in Oshawa 1979 - 2CD

NEW BARBARIANS / THE ROLLING STONES - "BLIND DATE"
Label: "KR 422" (1st edition) - (vinyl rip)

DATE/VENUE:
"Canadian National Institute For The Blind Benefit Concerts"
Civic Auditorium, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
April 22nd 1979 (2nd show)


QUALITY:
Excellent Audience recording


PERFORMANCE:
Not for beginners. It's extrememly ragged. But also, it's great fun - with the band being so loose and out of it. Almost like a private Rolling Stones party. Bill Wyman himself wrote that the "2nd show was a lot better than the 1st show". Therfor, I'm pretty happy about the 1st performance not being available in listenable quality. (It IS available in real poor quality though, on the LP "Place Aux Dames, Shades & Canes" )

ARTWORK:
Scans of the front cover of the 1st edition of this pressing is included, thanks to Silkcut. He also added scans of the 2nd pressing of this bootleg, which is not just letters - but coloured pictures.
I've made backcover and frontcover, suitable for CD-covers; based on the scans, which I've included in the torrent

Erik_snow

CD 1:


NEW BARBARIANS:

01. Intro
02. Sweet Little Rock'n Roller
03. F.U.C. Her
04. Breathe On Me
05. Infekshun
06. I Can Feel The Fire
07. Am I Grooving You
08. Seven Days
09. Before They Make Me Run

THE ROLLING STONES:

10. Prodigal Son

CD 2:

THE ROLLING STONES (cont.)

01. Let It Rock
02. Respectable
03. Starfucker
04. Beast Of Burden
05. Just My Imagination
06. When The Whip Comes Down
07. Shattered
08. Miss You
09. Jumpin' Jack Flash


MUSICIANS:

NEW BARBARIANS:

Ronnie Wood guitar, vocals, harmonica, pedal steel
Keith Richards guitar, vocals
Ian McLagan piano, organ, back vocals
Stanley Clarke bass
Bobby Keys saxophone
Joseph ‘Ziggy’ Modeliste   drums

THE ROLLING STONES:

Mick Jagger vocals, guitar
Keith Richards guitar, back vocals
Bill Wyman bass
Charlie Watts drums
Ronnie Wood guitar, back vocals
Ian McLagan piano
Stanley Clarke bass (on the last 1 and a half song of the show)

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Friday, December 5, 2014

NEW: Rolling Stones live at the Beat Club 1972 - 1DVD - pro-shot

The Rolling Stones
Title: Rolling Stones Studio Live 1972 - Beat Club -
Dates: 1972
Source: Ex Pro-Shot
Lineage: CS-TV > DVD MovieWriter > DVD-R > PC > You
Approx: 27mins 4:3 NTSC 1.64GB

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Set
01: Shake Your Hip
02: Tumbling Dice
03: Jam Session
04: Loving Cup

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Bandlineup:
Mick Jagger: Vocals
Keith Richards: Guitar, Backing Vocals
Mick Taylor: Guitar
Bill Wyman: Bass
Charlie Watts: Drums

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Tuesday, December 2, 2014

RE-UP: Rolling Stones live in Fort Worth 1978 - 2CD - soundboard

The Rolling Stones
1978-07-18
Tarrant County Convention Center,
Forth Worth, Texas, US

"No Flash No Gimmicks" 2 CD
label: Halcyon (HCYN-100-1/2)
Quality: Excellent Soundboard

*artwork included*


Disc 1
01 Let It Rock
02 All Down The Line
03 Honky Tonk Women
04 Star Star
05 When The Whip Comes Down
06 Beast Of Burden
07 Miss You
08 Just My Imagination

Disc 2
01 Shattered
02 Respectable
03 Far Away Eyes
04 Love In Vain
05 Tumbling Dice
06 Happy
07 Sweet Little Sixteen
08 Brown Sugar
09 Jumping Jack Flash

Total Playing Time: 86:23


The Fort Worth recording from July 18th is the best sounding recording from The Rolling Stones' legendary 1978 Some Girls tour. It was previously released on Handsome Girls on The Swingin' Pig (TSP-CD-200-4), Handsome Girls on Dandelion (DL 030/031/032/033) and reprinted on Out On Bail on Vinyl Gang (VGP-278), Cowgirl Barbeque, Gorgeous Girls Redux on Sister Morphine (Morph 024), and From Lakeland To Oakland (RED 006/007). Last year it was included on the excellent four disc set Handsome Girls: Definitive Version on Devil Productions. Now Halcyon has issued No Flash No Gimmicks. This label by the Empress Valley people has an impressive track record in improving already great tapes and this title isn't a disappointment. Last year's Devil Productions version was great, but this one is dramatically better. The stereo seperation sounds wider, louder, more clear and generally more lively. Balance between the vocals, instruments and audience is close to perfect and the music seems to leap out of the speakers and pummel the listener that is rare even for an official release much less an underground recording like this. The recording is so vivid and clear it is easy to see Mick dancing around and Keith slashing the strings on the guitar.

This concert is close to the end of the tour and the set list is set with no surprises. "Satisfaction" and "Street Fighting Man" were played in some of the early shows but were dropped by then and the long crowd pleasers "Midnight Rambler" and "Sympathy For The Devil" were not played at all. The horn section and back up singers that accompanied the band in 1972 and 1975 are missing and the Stones are joined only by Ian Stewart and Ian MacLagan on various keyboards and pianos. Unlike previous tours where they were making social commentary and basked in the light of being cultural heros, this is the Stones as a rock and roll band playing intense music. As one person states, this is the Stones at their most slutty and sleazy. Others say this is the Stones at their most sloppy and drunk and was the reason for their more professional attitude when they toured three years later. Certainly some shows like the July 4th Buffalo concert were lackluster affairs. Since Fort Worth was being filmed and recorded they sound sober and deliver a blistering set. Seven of the ten songs on Some Girls constitutes the core of the set list (with "Some Girls", "Lies" and "Before They Make Me Run" being omitted). "Honky Tonk Women" has a reference to Dallas which pleases the audience. "Is there anybody in the balcony?" Mick asks before "When The Whip Comes Down".

The highlight of the first disc is "Miss You". It is curious that on this tour they played the 12" extended dance club version and the track last for eight and a half minutes with several instrumental interludes (but no harmonica). The Watts/Wyman rhythm section sounds like a pile driver as they pound the dance beat into the ground. In "Just My Imagination" Mick quips "we're gonna raise a family...ain't that cute?" Before an energetic version of "Respectable" Jagger says the now well known line "if the band is lacking in energy it is because they spent all night fucking...but we'll do our best." Doug Kershaw plays the fiddle on "Far Away Eyes" and his contribution is the only complaint one can have since he is buried far down in the mix and is hard to hear. Although this is a professional source lifted from the King Biscuit Flower Hour's DIR archives it is hard to say there are any bad versions. But No Flash No Gimmicks is such a dramatic improvement over previous releases it is hard to expect any improvements in the future. Like all other Halcyon releases the inserts are printed on very thick glossy paper with the star holograms implanted in the mix. The cover has the close up picture of Keith and a dramatic live shot in the inside. It can confidently be said that Halcyon have released the final word on the Fort Worth tape.

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NEW: Rolling Stones live in Memphis 1978 - 1CD - soundboard

The Rolling Stones
LIVE AT THE MIDSOUTH COLISEUM, MEMPHIS TN, 28th June 1978
SBD

Line-up:
Mick Jagger - vocals, harmonica
Keith Richards - guitar
Bill Wyman - bass
Charlie Watts - drums
Ron Wood - guitar

Track list:
1. Miss You 7:58
2. Shattered 4:16
3. Honky Tonk Women 3:32
4. Hound Dog 2:21
5. Beast Of Burden 6:24
6. Let It Rock 2:11
7. Jumping Jack Flash 6:14
8. Brown Sugar 4:03
9. Tumbling Dice 5:18

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