Saturday, August 27, 2011

Rolling Stones "Who The Hate Is Brian Jones" - 1CD - various outtakes



The Rolling Stones - Who the Hate is Brian Jones (shaved disk [TSD 022])

1. Dear Doctor [00:03:29]
2. No Expectations [00:02:51]
3. Sister Morphine [00:05:43]
4. Get Yourself Together (aka Can't Believe it) [00:02:51]
5. Yesterday's Papers [00:02:03]
6. Sometimes Happy, Sometimes Blue (aka Dandelion) [00:02:08]
7. We Love You [00:03:11]
8. You Got The Silver [00:02:52]
9. Gimme Shelter [00:04:38]
10. Jumping Jack Flash [00:02:34]
11. Child of the Moon [00:03:18]


• 1968-05-13: Olympic Sound Studios, London, England, Studio Session
Track: 1
Track: 2
Track: 3

• 1966-08-03: RCA Studios, Hollywood, CA, Studio Session
Track: 4
Track: 5

• 1966-11-08: Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, Studio Session
Track: 6

• 1967-07-02: Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, Studio Session
Track: 7

• 1969-02-10: Olympic Sound Studios, London, England, Studio Session
Track: 8

• 1969-10-17: Elektra Studios, Los Angeles, CA, Studio Session
Track: 9

• 1968-04-20: Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, Studio Session
Track: 10

• 1968-03-17: Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, Studio Session
Track: 11

Released: 2002. Origin: Japan.
Outakes 1967- 1969. Excellent soundboard. Rare version of "Can't Believe".

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Rolling Stones "What Am I Living For" - 1CD - rehearsals 1978


Rolling Stones
What Am I Living For (Outsider Bird Records OBR 93010)

Tracklist:

01 - Before They Make Me Run
02 - I Can't Help It (Instrumental)
03 - Miss You
04 - Beast Of Burden
05 - Some Girls
06 - Lies
07 - Respectable
08 - Summer Romance
09 - I've Been Loving You Too Long
10 - Spoonful
11 - Beautiful Delilah
12 - Back In The USA
13 - What Am I Living For
14 - Reelin' And Rockin'
15 - Jah Wonderful
16 - Untitled Reggae

Tracks 01 - 08 Pathe Marconi Studios, Paris, France - October 10, 1977 - March 2, 1978
Tracks 09 - 16 Bill's Studio Rehearsals, Westchester, NY, USA - October 6, 1978

Artwork Included

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Rolling Stones 1978 Tour Rehearsals - 1CD

The Rolling Stones: 1978 Tour Rehearsals (Studio)

In Woodstock - 1978 Tour Rehearsals
Label: Mighty Diamond Records
Catalog-Nr: MD 2007

1. Miss You (06:53)
2. Respectable (03:25)
3. Beautiful Delilah (02:56)
4. Love In Vain (04:50)
5. Shattered (04:21)
6. Sweet Little Sixteen (02:54)
7. C-sucker Blues (06:42)
8. When The Whip Comes Down (05:15)
9. Memory Motel (04:04)
10. Play With Fire (02:33)
11. Shake Your Hips (03:05)
12. Summertime Blues (03:35)
13. Medley: High Heels Sneakers / Let It Rock / The Fat Man / Somethin´Else (05:31)
14. Faraway Eyes (04:25)
15. Brown Sugar (03:06)

The 1978 US Tour Rehearsals (27th May - 8th June, 1978) Bearsville Studio,
Woodstock, NY, USA

This is a direct copy of a silver disc I have entitled "The Rolling Stones In Woodstock - 1978 Tour Rehearsals" on the Mighty Diamond Records Catalog-Nr: MD 2007 This is what the information on the inside sleeve of the recording says: "Prior to their 1978 US Tour from late May to early June the Rolling Stones took up residence for approximately two weeks in the tiny village of Woodstock in upstate New York at Todd Rundgren's Bearsville Studio for rehearsals (like normal bands do) They were joined by Sugar Blue on harp and Ian McLagen on keyboards. During these sessions they not only rehearsed material from their latest LP's they also tried out some nifty Rock n Roll/blues numbers from way back when. And yes they even did the odd rarity "C...sucker Blues" and briefly laid their sweaty hands on early Jagger/Richards compositions like Play With Fire and Tell Me.
Plus it's all in Glorious studio soundboard stereo!"

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Rolling Stones "Unplugged" - 1CD - various outtakes


THE ROLLING STONES

Unplugged (Invasion Unlimited IU 9542-1 / 1995)
Seems to be a different pressing (with alternate artwork) compare to the dead torrent here at TTD.

This is a collection of acoustic studio outtakes recorded between 1968-1973.
Alternate versions and rough mixes as well as unknown tracks (3,6,10) in EX Quality overall
From a brand new silver CD found yesterday at a local record fair.


BootlegZone review by Ringoswig
Rating: ***** A must have !
This one’s so damn good it was copied about five minutes after it was released!
It’s also available as 'Acoustic Motherfuckers' on Kobra KRCR 04, with a few extra tracks from Voodoo Brew that don’t
add to the listening experience of this cd. Try and find the original, it’s put together like an album.
We’re looking at the plainest cover without a rubber stamp that I’ve seen in quite some time, but it does evoke the
original Beggar’s Banquet, and this has some Beggar’s Banquet era tracks on it, so it works for me.
Invasion Unlimited bills this collection of outs from 68 – 73 as "“blah, blah, blah Together they make up for a superb
“Unplugged” cd (with the occasional electric guitar here and there) recorded long before the days of MTV.”
They’re right, it is a superb little collection of mostly acoustic songs. The best thing is that it doesn’t drown in
a sea of “mellow” like so many acoustic records by the MTV generation can.
Unplugged fires up with 'Dear Doctor' (take 1), which is widely available, and usually in high quality.
This release is certainly no exception, and the quality of this recording sets the tone for the others on this release.
There aren’t any speed problems to be found, and if there’s a crackle, you’re missing the point – listen to the music
and you just aren’t going to hear technical imperfections on this CD. It sounds as good as ABKCO CD’s of the same period,
and I doubt these guys had “original master recordings” to work from, so I’m impressed with the results.
If you’ve got a large collection you’re sure to have most of these songs by now. Some tracks, like the terrific
'No Expectations' out, and the long, very different version of one of my favorites, 'Sister Morphine', were available
on Scorpio’s 'Time Trip Vol. 4'. Both are spectacular looks at what should be considered the Stones at their best.
'Family' and 'Blood Red Wine' are commonly called Trident Demos, and don’t sound like vinyl sources here to me.
The acoustic version of 'All Down The Line' from the NME flexi-disc also appears here, with wide dynamic range and a
nice rich sound.
One of the wish list songs of the No Security Tour shows up also. 'You Got The Silver' appears with the officialy
released backing track, but Mick takes the vocals on this version. Keith adds some charm of his own to the official
track, but Mick seems to have laid a guide vocal for Keith on this one that Keith followed to the best of his ability.
Mick doesn’t have the sincerity that Keith does, but he adds a bit of a chiseled heart to the feel of the song.
It works; it just works differently.
Several other tracks sound great, like 'You Can’t Always Get What You Want' without the stupid choir, 'Blood Red Wine',
and an interesting version of 'Country Honk' without the car horn. Unplugged would make a good official album.
Considering that Stripped has been released officially, this makes a nice look at what a similar idea would sound like
twenty-five years earlier.

1. DEAR DOCTOR
2. YOU GOT THE SILVER
3. FAMILY
4. NO EXPECTATIONS
5. SISTER MORPHINE
6. BLOOD RED WINE
7. COUNTRY HONK
8. YOU CAN'T ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT
9. YOU GOTTA MOVE
10. WILD HORSES
11. ALL DOWN THE LINE
12. COCKSUCKER BLUES
13. DEAD FLOWERS
14. ANGIE

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Sunday, August 21, 2011

Rolling Stones "Paris Results vol. 2" - 1CD - various outtakes


The Rolling Stones
PARIS RESULTS VOL.2
Outsider bird records [OBR 305-CD-019]
artwork is included.
Quality: excellent stereo.

Various studio outtakes recorded during 1977 & 1979:

*1978-01-05: Pathé Marconi Studios, Paris, France, Studio Session:
Tracks: 1/2/3/6/8/9/10/11/12/14.
*1979-01-18: Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas, Studio Session:
Tracks: 4/15.
*1979-06-10: Pathé Marconi Studios, Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris, Studio Session:
Track 5
*1977-10-10: Pathé Marconi Studios, Boulogne Billancourt, France, Studio Session:
Tracks: 7/13

01. I Cant Help It (But I Love You Too Much) [04:14]
02. It’s A Lie [04:41]
03. Never Make You Cry [04:55]
04. What's The Matter [04:36]
05. Gangster Moll [06:04]
06. When You're Gone [04:00]
07. Munich Hilton [06:40]
08. After Hours [04:30]
09. Shame Shame Shame [03:57]
10. Slow BLues [05:01]
11. Armpit Blues [02:35]
12. Everlasting Is My Love [03:47]
13. Everlasting Is My Love [09:32]
14. Disco Music [05:44]
15. Still In Love [01:49]

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Keith Richards "A Stone Alone" - 1CD - various rare tracks


KEITH RICHARDS - A STONE ALONE
(A Vinyl Gang Product 377)

DATE:
Long View Farm, Brookfeld, Massachussetts, May 1981 (track 1-9)
New York City 1978 (track 10)
Sounds Interchange Studios, Toronto, Canada, March 12th-13th 1977 (track 11-18)

QUALITY:
Excellent "Soundboard"

PERFORMANCE/COMMENTS:
These famous Keith Richards sessions are among the very finest "solo performances" by any "Stone"
Especially the 1977 sessions in Toronto, that took place right after the drug-bust. The recordings from March 12-13 1977 deserve an official release - at least an "EP"

Artwork included.

TRACKS:

01. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On ( 1:18 )
02. Say It's Not You ( 3:41 )
03. Don't ( 3:42 )
04. Blue Monday ( 2:16 )
05. Oh, What A Feeling ( 4:04 )
06. Sing Me Back Home ( 4:39 )
07. The Nearness Of You ( 4:06 )
08. Apartment N°9 ( 3:58 )
09. All I Have To Do Is Dream ( 3:02 )
10. Key To The Highway ( 2:37 )
11. Worried Life Blues ( 2:20 )
12. Sing Me Back Home ( 4:16 )
13. She Still Comes Around ( 2:54 )
14. Apartment N°9 ( 3:38 )
15. Sing Me Back Home ( 4:13 )
16. Worried Life Blues ( 2:23 )
17. Apartment N°9 ( 3:38 )
18. Say It's Not You ( 3:04 )

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Rolling Stones "From The Vault" - 1CD - various live


The Rolling Stones
From The Vault (Artwork included)
The Mick Taylor Years 1970-1973
Label VGP-100

01. Sympathy For The Devil (Paris Sept. 23, 1970)
02. Roll Over Beethoven (Gothenburg Sept. 6, 1970)
03. Bitch (BBC Top Of The Pops April 22, 1971)
04. Wild Horses (BBC Top Of The Pops April 22, 1971)
05. Jumping Jack Flash (Montreal July 17, 1972)
06. Brown Sugar (New York July 25, 1972-2nd)
07. Street Fighting Man (New York July 25, 1972-2nd)
08. Brown Sugar (Munich Sept. 28, 1973-2nd)
09. Gimme Shelter (Munich Sept. 28, 1973-2nd)
10. Bitch (Mannheim Sept. 3, 1973)
11. 100 Years Ago (Vienna Sept. 1, 1973)
12. Sweet Virginia (Vienna Sept. 1, 1973)
13. Tumbling Dice (London Sept. 9, 1973, "ain't security" version)
14. Silver Train (Cologne Sept. 4, 1973-2nd)

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Keith Richards live in Toronto 1993 - 2CD - soundboard


LIMITED EDITION including Free Bonus CD: "THE TORONTO INTERVIEW"
Your copy no.: 532/2000

Label:  →  Swingin' Pig TSP-CD-155

Radio broadcast from Toronto February 6, 1993. Exc. stereo soundboard quality.
9 tracks, incl. Locked Away. The first limited edition of 2000 copies comes with a free bonus CD The Toronto Interview, backstage February 6, 1993. White copy number sticker. A few golden label test pressings with mastering date 'May 5, 1993' exist.
Artwork included

Toronto '93 [Disc 1] - 62:49
01. How I Wish
02. Wicked As It Seems
03. Gimme Shelter
04. 999
05. Will But You Won't
06. Locked Away
07. Eileen
08. Time Is On My Side
09. Band Introductions
10. Happy
11. Take It So Hard

Toronto '93 [Disc 2] - 11:28
01. Keith's Interview (Part 1)
02. Keith's Interview (Part 2)
03. Keith's Interview (Part 3)
04. Keith's Interview (Part 4)
05. Keith's Interview (Part 5)
06. Keith's Interview (Part 6)


Keith Richards "Breakin'" - 1CD - 'Talk Is Cheap' outtakes


Keith Rchards
"Breakin"
"Talk Is Cheap""  - Studio Sessions
Terrapin Records TR01

1. How I Wish
2. Struggle
3. Locked Away
4. She Knew What She Wanted
5. Breakin' 1
6. Breakin' 2
7. Almost Hear You Sigh 1
8. Almost Hear You Sigh 2

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Rolling Stones live in Fort Worth 1972 - 1DVD - pro-shot

The Rolling Stones
1972-06-24
Tarrant County Convention Center (1st Show)
Fort Worth, TX

4 Reels Productions

Title: Ladies and Gentlemen
Artist: The Rolling Stones

Video Source: ProShot
Video Bitrate: 5000kbps
DVD Author: 4 Reels Productions

Audio Codec: AC3
Audio Bitrate: 48000Hz 448 kb/s total (6 chnls)

Setlist:
1. Brown Sugar
2. Bitch
3. Gimmie Shelter
4. Dead Flowers
5. Happy
6. Tumbling Dice
7. Love In Vain
8. Sweet Virginia
9. You Can't Always Get What You Want
10. All Down The Line
11. Midnight Rambler
12. Bye Bye Johnny
13. Rip This Joint
14. Jumpin Jack Flash
15. Street Fighting Man

+bonus material

Monday, August 15, 2011

Mick Jagger "Nature Of My Game Sessions" - 1CD


Mick Jagger & The Red Devils ,
Nature Of My Game aka The Famous Blues Session
May 1992

The Famous Blues Sessions

Label: Rabbit Records
Catalog-Nr: RR04

01 Blues With A Feeling (Take 1) ( 2:50 )
02 Blues With A Feeling (Take 2) ( 2:31 )
03 Blues With A Feeling (Take 4) ( 3:24 )
04 Blues With A Feeling (Take 5) ( 3:44 )
05 I Get My Eyes On You (Take 2) ( 3:15 )
06 Still A Fool (Take 3) ( 3:42 )
07 Still A Fool (Take 4) ( 3:55 )
08 Checkin' Up On My Baby (Take 3) ( 3:27 ) (on Best of Mick Jagger)
09 One Way Out (Take 1) ( 2:34 )
10 One Way Out (Take 2) ( 2:23 )
11 Talk To Me, Baby (Take 2) ( 2:50 )
12 Evil (Take 2) ( 2:31 )
13 Evil (Take 3) ( 3:02 )
14 Evil (Take 4) ( 3:06 )
15 Ain't Your Business (Take3) ( 2:18 )
16 Shake'M On Down (Take 1) ( 5:38 )
17 Somebody Loves Me (Take 3) ( 3:03 )
18 Dream Girl Blues (Take 1) ( 5:49 )
19 Dream Girl Blues (Take 3) ( 5:19 )
20 40 Days, 40 Nights (Take 1) ( 2:56 )
21 40 Days, 40 Nights (Take 2) ( 2:49 )


"The Nature of My Game" is Mick Jagger interpreting his favourite blues singers, such as Elmore James, Muddy Waters, Little Walter, Sonny Boy Williamson. Still, this is a white man's blues. The overall sound makes me think of those 60s British and American pop groups playing the blues, say The Yardbirds and The Animals in their early days. The pace is usually uptempo and the band lays down a very tight and not too subtle rhythm with too much stres on bass and drums. The guitar playing is rather uninspired, but the harmonica is fine. There must be hundreds of white blues bands sounding like The Red Devils. The sound is rather muted, but acceptable. An equalizer or sound field processor will upgrade the sound quality to a certain extent, but will not do away with the hiss and rumble in the background. "One Way Out" was also recorded and claimed by Elmore James, as can be checked on his "One Way Out" LP.


Credits
Lester Butler - vocals, harp
Mick Jagger - vocals
Dave Lee Bartel - guitar
Paul Size - guitar
Johnny Ray Bartel- bass
Bill Bateman - drums


This is a recording I found out about via Dan Leroy's book The Greatest Music Never Sold. I remember reading an online review of the book where someone complained that a chapter about Mick Jagger's solo work from his later career shouldn't be a concern of anyone, but they must not have read the book because Mick has very little to do with the story.

The Red Devils were a blues-rock band from LA featuring members of The Blasters (Bill Bateman, drums) and The Knitters (Johnny Ray Bartel, bass) but the majority of the focus fell on the band's vocalist and harmonica player, Lester Butler. Not to ignore the other band members (Dave Lee Bartel and Paul Size, both guitarists), but Lester got a lot of hype for his presence and the band got signed to Rick Rubin's American Recordings where they released one album, King King in 1992, and an EP in 1994. The album is considered a classic and Rubin gets props for recording the band live without overdubs to capture their vibe, but he had bigger things in store for the band.

While producing Mick Jagger's Wandering Spirit, it was decided that the Devils would back Mick on a collection of classic blues covers. What followed was described by the band as Mick, whom they had just met, essentially becoming one of the guys and they all fell in love with him. An album's worth of songs were recorded but sat in the vault with no promise of release. Mick had said he loved the recordings and might release them as an album unto itself, but his relationship with the band became strained when he stopped communicating with them regularly. A few shows were performed in the UK with the Devils as his backing band but, apart from that, zilch.

The Red Devils were still working with Rick Rubin, but that became short lived as well. They did some sessions with Johnny Cash, played live with Bruce Willis at Planet Hollywood events and recorded a second album with Rubin on production, but that album remains unreleased and tracks from the Cash sessions wouldn't be released until after his death. Lester Butler began showing signs of drug addiction and his relationship with the group became strained. Rubin, a notoriously anti-drug individual, probably used this as his excuse to stop working with the band, and it was one of many factors that lead to their downfall.

Lester went on to play in the band 13 and continued performing sporadically until his death at the age of 38. In 1998 he suffered an overdose and the two individuals he was with decided to inject him with cocaine rather than perform any lifesaving measures or call 911.

The band has reformed a few times since Lester's death but they openly acknowledge that it will never be the same without him.

As for the recordings with Jagger, the Devils themselves couldn't even get a copy of the tapes, at least not by any direct methods. A few stories circulate about how a tape was acquired, one involving Lester somehow receiving a very poor quality cassette and selling it to bootleggers, but other members of the band have insinuated that a copy was dubbed for them by a secretary at American Recordings, leading to far superior copies circulating. Regardless, apart from one track having been released on a 2007 compilation of Mick Jagger recordings, the sessions remain shamefully unreleased, at least officially.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Very_Best_of_Mick_Jagger

So, it is with great pleasure that I present to you a copy of these infamous sessions from, of all places, an actual "silver" bootleg CD. Yeah, the quality isn't the greatest, but that's to be expected. I've seen the sessions around elsewhere but I don't recall having heard a superior copy, so I'll be posting these goodies from that silver disc for your listening pleasure. Maybe someday Rick and Mick (a supergroup begging to be formed folks!) will come to some kind of agreement and these recordings could be given an official release, but until then, we'll just have to settle for second hand copies of these great tracks.

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Rolling Stones "Tattoo You Sessions" - 1CD


The Rolling Stones
Tattoo You Sessions
Rogue RG-01
Artwork included

Hang Fire (Take #1) ( 2:27 )
Black Limousine (Take #1) ( 4:16 )
Ain't No Use In Crying ( 4:39 )
Slave ( 10:13 )
Waiting On A Friend ( 4:48 )
Black Limousine (Take #2) ( 3:49 )
Neighbours ( 3:34 )
Claudine ( 3:08 )
Goin' Mad ( 5:51 )
Worried About You ( 7:47 )
Heaven ( 5:41 )
Tops ( 4:17 )
Ain't No Use In Crying (Take # ( 3:44 )
Start Me Up ( 3:55 )
Hang Fire (Take #2) ( 2:27 )
Hang Fire (Take #3) ( 2:28 )

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Rod Stewart & The Faces live in Detroit 1974 - 1CD


ROD STEWART & THE FACES
„ Live In Detroit 1974 „

Rod Stewart : vocals
Ron Wood : guitar
Ian McLagan  : keyboards
Kenny Jones : drums
Tsetsu Yamauchi : bass

1. ( I Know) I´m Losing You
2. 2. Bring It On Home To Me
3. Sweet Little Rock´n Roller
4. Fly In The Ointment
5. Every PictureTells A Story
6. Stay With Me
7. Motherless Child
8. Gasoline Alley
9. Maggie Mae
10. Twistin´ The Night Away


Rolling Stones "Very Ancient, Thank You Kindly" - 1CD - various live 1972

Rolling Stones
"Very Ancient, Thank You Kindly"
various live 1972 (American summer tour)
artwork included

Brown Sugar
Bitch
Rocks Off
Gimme Shelter
Dead Flowers
Happy
Tumbling Dice
Love In Vain
Sweet Virginia
Ventilator Blues
Torn and Frayed
Loving Cup
All Down The Line
Bye Bye Johnny
Rip This Joint
Jumping Jack Flash
Street Fighting Man
Uptight / Satisfaction
Don't Lie To Me
It's All Over Now

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Rolling Stones live in Kansas City 1981 - 2CD - soundboard

Rolling Stones
Kansas City
December 14, 1981

Under My Thumb
When The Whip Comes Down
Let's Spend The Night Together
Shattered
Neighbors
Black Limousine
Just My Imagination
Twenty Flight Rock
Going To A Go Go
Let Me Go
Time Is On My Side
Beast Of Burden
Waiting On A Friend
Let It Bleed
You Can't Always Get What You Want
introductions
Little T&A
Tumbling Dice
She's So Cold
Hang Fire
Miss You
Honky Tonk Women
Brown Sugar
Start Me Up
Jumping Jack Flash
Satisfaction
Star Spangled Banner

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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Rolling Stones live in Buffalo 1975 - 1CD - soundboard


The Rolling Stones
"Hottest In Hell"
Shaved Disc
June 15th, 1975
Buffalo, New York
Buffalo Memorial Auditorium
Soundboard
Artwork included

01 Honky Tonk Women
02 All Down The Line
03 If You Can't Rock Me/Get Off Of My Cloud
04 Star Star
05 Gimme Shelter
06 Ain't Too Proud To Beg
07 You Gotta Move
08 You Can't Always Get What You Want
09 Happy
10 Tumbling Dice
11 Luxury

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Rolling Stones "Rock Out, Cock Out" - 1CD - various 1973 soundboards


Rolling Stones - Rock Out Cock Out
Soundboard recordings
artwork included

1- Brown sugar (Live in Bruxelles, Foret National, Oct. 17, 1973, 1st show)
2- Happy (Live in London Wembley Empire Pool, sept. 9, 1973)
3- Dancing with mr. D. (Live in Bruxelles, Foret National, Oct. 17, 1973, 1st show)
4- Angie (Live in Bruxelles, Foret National, Oct. 17, 1973, 1st show)
5- Rip this joint (Live in Bruxelles, Foret National, Oct. 17, 1973, 1st show)
6- Jumpin' Jack Flash (Live in Bruxelles, Foret National, Oct. 17, 1973, 1st show)
7- Street fighting man (Live in London Wembley Empire Pool, sept. 9, 1973)
8- You can't always get what you want (Live in Bruxelles, Foret National, Oct. 17, 1973, 1st show)
9- Midnight rambler (Live in Bruxelles, Foret National, Oct. 17, 1973, 1st show)


Monday, August 8, 2011

Keith Richards live in Rotterdam 1992 - 2CD - December 4


Keith Richards
Ahoy
4th December 1992
Rotterdam, Holland

Take It So Hard
Eileen
Wicked As It Seems
Gimme Shelter
Yap Yap
How I Wish
Too Rude
Big Enough
999
Demon
Time Is On My Side
Hate It When You Leave
I Could Have Stood You Up
Band introduction
Before They Make Me Run
Bodytalks
Will But You Won’t
Happy
Whip It Up

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Keith Richards live in East Rutherford 1988 - 2CD - December 17


Artist: Keith Richards & The X-pensive Winos
Date: 1988-12-17
Location: East Rutherford, NJ
Venue: Meadowlands Arena
Source: Audience

SetList:
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01 Take It So Hard (03:33)
02 How I Wish (04:56)
03 I Could Have Stood You up (05:08)
04 Crazy Mixed Up World (04:59)
05 Before They Make Me Run 03:57)
06 Too Rude (07:16)
07 I Wanna Be Your Man (03:46)
08 You Don't Move Me (05:24)
09 Make No Mistake (06:34)
10 Time Is On My Side (05:15)
11 Big Enough (03:49)
12 Whip It Up (05:40)
13 Locked Away (05:19)
14 Little T & A (05:35)
15 Struggle (04:46)
16 Happy (06:19)
17 Crowd (02:38)
18 Connection (02:36)
19 Band Intro's (00:57)
20 Rockawhile (04:45)
21 Run Rudolph Run (04:42)
22 It Means Alot (06:22)
23 Happy Birthday Keith (00:47)

Total Time - 105 minutes 03 seconds.


Notes:
I will rate this show as Ex and the recording as VG+. Two tape flips occur, both auto tape flips occur during crowd portions, no music lost. This was most definately an interesting evening for me. I enjoyed the show thoroughly.


Rolling Stones "Satanic Sessions Box 2" - 4CD


Rolling Stones - Satanic Sessions Box 2 cd 1-4 ('No Label'-release)

Rolling Stones - Satanic Sessions, Eight CD set, original silver disc.
No apparent label.
First a note: Maybe seven years ago I found out about the existence of the Rolling
Stones "Satanic Sessions" set.
I persuaded a kid from some newsgroup to sell me a copy as I had nothing to trade.
He said, "OK i'll do it next week, this week I have my SATs."
Well that set set me off a nice little hobby I've I pursued to  this day.
Unfortunately the set did not survive.
It fell victim to my habit of putting nice shiny (and expensive) labels on every
disc I had.
I've been looking for a new copy ever since I realized the  error of my ways.
This is not that set.
It is set up differently and the track listings are not the same.
but i found it on the net and bought it and I'm posting.
The art will be hard to recreate:
It comes in two four-disc cases and the booklets fold out to three pages.
but really all you need to know is the blue one is set No 1 and the red is No 2




Tracklist

CD 1 - 01 - Title 15 (take 6)
CD 1 - 02 - Title 15 (take 7)
CD 1 - 03 - Gomper (take 1)
CD 1 - 04 - Gomper (take 2)
CD 1 - 05 - Gomper (take 3)
CD 1 - 06 - Gomper (take 4)
CD 1 - 07 - Gomper (take 5)
CD 1 - 08 - Gomper part 1 (take 1)
CD 1 - 09 - Gomper part 1 (take 2)
CD 1 - 10 - Soul blues (take 1)
CD 1 - 11 - Soul blues (take 2)
CD 1 - 12 - Soul blues (take 3)
CD 1 - 13 - 2000 man (takes 1-2)
CD 1 - 14 - 2000 man (take 3)
CD 1 - 15 - 2000 man (takes 4-5)
CD 1 - 16 - 2000 man (take 6)
CD 1 - 17 - 2000 man (takes 7-8)
CD 1 - 18 - 2000 man (takes 9-11)
CD 1 - 19 - 2000 man (takes 13-15)
CD 1 - 20 - 2000 man end part (takes 1-3)


CD 2 - 01 - 2000 man intro (takes 1-2)
CD 2 - 02 - 2000 man intro (takes 13-15)
CD 2 - 03 - She smiled sweetly (organ part)
CD 2 - 04 - Blues #3 (takes 27-31)
CD 2 - 05 - Blues #3 (takes 32-39)
CD 2 - 06 - Blues #3 (takes 40-44)
CD 2 - 07 - Blues #3 (retakes 1-2)
CD 2 - 08 - Blues #3 (retake 3)
CD 2 - 09 - Blues #3 (retakes 4-5)
CD 2 - 10 - Gold painted nails (take 1)
CD 2 - 11 - Gold painted nails (take 2)
CD 2 - 12 - Gold painted nails (takes 3-4)
CD 2 - 13 - Gold painted nails (takes 5-9)
CD 2 - 14 - Gold painted nails (takes 10-11)
CD 2 - 15 - Gold painted nails (take 12)


CD 3 - 01 - Gold plated nails (takes 13-16)
CD 3 - 02 - Gold plated nails (take 17)
CD 3 - 03 - Gold plated nails (takes 18-22)
CD 3 - 04 - Gold plated nails (take 23)
CD 3 - 05 - 2000 man (middle part - takes 2-3)
CD 3 - 06 - 2000 man (middle part - takes 4-6)
CD 3 - 07 - 2000 man (middle part - takes 7-10)
CD 3 - 08 - 2000 man (middle part - takes 11-12)
CD 3 - 09 - 2000 man (middle part - take 13)
CD 3 - 10 - Jigsaw puzzle (take 1)
CD 3 - 11 - Jigsaw puzzle (take 2)
CD 3 - 12 - Jigsaw puzzle (takes 3-5)
CD 3 - 13 - Jigsaw puzzle (take 6)


CD 4 - 01 - Jigsaw puzzle (takes 7-8)
CD 4 - 02 - Jigsaw puzzle (take 9)
CD 4 - 03 - Jigsaw puzzle (take 10)
CD 4 - 04 - Jigsaw puzzle (take 11)
CD 4 - 05 - Jigsaw puzzle (take 12)
CD 4 - 06 - Jigsaw puzzle (take 13)
CD 4 - 07 - Jigsaw puzzle (take 14)
CD 4 - 08 - Title 15
CD 4 - 09 - Title 15
CD 4 - 10 - Title 15
CD 4 - 11 - A degree of murder

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Rolling Stones "Satanic Sessions Box 1" - 4CD


The Rolling Stones
Satanic Sessions Box 1
artwork included

Disc one:
01. 2000 Light Years From Home
02. 2000 Light Years From Home (take 1)
03. 2000 Light Years From Home (takes 2-4)
04. 2000 Light Years From Home (takes 5-6)
05. 2000 Light Years From Home (takes 7-10)
06. 2000 Light Years From Home (take 11)
07. 2000 Light Years From Home (takes 12-13)
08. 2000 Light Years From Home (takes 14-15)
09. 2000 Light Years From Home (retakes 3-4)
10. 5 Part Jam:Part 1 (takes 1-2)
11. 5 Part Jam:Part 1 (takes 3-5)
12. 5 Part Jam:Part 5 (takes 1-3)
13. 5 Part Jam:Part 4 (takes 1-10)
14. 5 Part Jam:Part 4 (takes 11-15)
15. 5 Part Jam:Part 3 (takes 1-5)
16. 5 Part Jam:Part 2 (takes 1-5)

Disc two:
01. We Love You (takes 15-16)
02. We Love You (takes 17-19)
03. She's A Rainbow (takes 1-2)
04. She's A Rainbow (takes 3-7)
05. Citadel (takes 20-24)
06. Citadel (takes 25-31)
07. Citadel (takes 32-33)
08. Citadel (take 34)
09. Citadel (extra piano)
10. In Another Land (takes 1-3)
11. In Another Land (takes 4-8)
12. In Another Land (take 9)
13. Child Of The Moon (take 10)

Disc three:
01. Child Of The Moon (takes 11-12)
02. Sing This All Together (take 7)
03. Sing This All together (intro )
04. The Lantern (take 1) ~ working title: Fly My Kite
05. The Lantern (takes 2-3)
06. The Lantern (takes 4-5)
07. The Lantern (take 10)
08. The Lantern (take 11)
09. The Lantern (take 14)
10. The Lantern (takes 15-17)
11. The Lantern (retakes 1-3)
12. On With The Show (takes 1-3) ~ working title: Surprise Me
13. On With The Show (takes 4-6)
14. On With The Show (takes 7-10)

Disc four:
01. On With The Show (take 11)
02. On With The Show (takes 12 + 14)
03. In Another Land Chorus (takes 1-2) ~ working title: Acid In The Grass
04. In Another Land Chorus (takes 3-4)
05. In Another Land Chorus (takes 5-14)
06. Majesties Honky Tonk (takes 1-2)
07. Majesties Honky Tonk (take 3)
08. Majesties Honky Tonk (takes 4-9)
09. Majesties Honky Tonk (take 10)
10. Majesties Honky Tonk (takes 11-12)
11. Majesties Honky Tonk (takes 15-17)
12. Jam One (takes 1-7)
13. Jam One (takes 8-9)
14. Jam One (takes 10-15)
15. Title 15 (takes 1-3)
16. Title 15 (take 4)
17. Title 15 (take 5)

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Rolling Stones live in London 1973 - 1CD - September 8


The Rolling Stones
Belladonna On A Toussaint Night
Empire Pool, London, September 8, 1973 (early show)
Remaster by Cool Cool Hand [Sister Morphine 31]
Quality: Excellent audience.
Artwork: Included

01. Intro
02. Brown Sugar
03. Gimme Shelter
04. Happy
05. Tumbling Dice
06. Star Star
07. Angie
08. You Can't Always Get What You Want
09. Dancing With Mr.D.
10. Heartbreaker
11. Midnight Rambler
12. Honky Tonk Women
13. All Down The Line
14. Rip This Joint
15. Jumping Jack Flash
16. Street Fighting Man


Mick Taylor live in Hannover 2009 - 2CD - October 1


Mick Taylor and the British All Stars
2009-10-01
Hannover-Isernhagen, Germany
Blues Garage

taped by:  RC_Manillo

setlist:
00.  soundcheck (partial)   (16:46)
----
01.  Blues Medley   (6:36)  ***
02.  Twisted Sister   (12:25)
03.  Losing My Faith  (7:09)
04.  Late At Night   (11:08)
05.  Blind Willie McTell /Watchtower   (13:08)
06.  Fed Up With The Blues   (8:41)
07.  Burying Ground   (11:11) ***
08.  You Shook Me   (13:51)
09.  CYHMK_Jam_Band Intros   (19:09)
10.  audience   (1:58)

encore
11.  No Expectations   (9:10)

*** Lead Vocals by Denny Newman


NOTE:

 I was lucky enough to attend the 2nd part of the soundcheck and added this as track 00 in front of the set .
MT & the band were in good mood and it promised to become a great show. And so it took place. This was the best MT show I ever saw.
             
Mick played all songs on his Les Paul. For the encore '' No Expectations'' he switched over to his white strat

 Sound was perfect as usual in the Blues Garage


LINE UP:

Mick Taylor - guitar, vocals
Max Middleton - piano
Kuma Harada - bass
Denny Newman - guitar
Jeff Allen - drums


Keith Richards "The Complete Honeymoon Tapes" - 2CD


Keith Richards
"The Complete Homeymoon Tapes"
Artwork:  →  Original Scans Inside

Version 2

Label:  →  Hot Lips Records HLR-KR 001-002

Contains all until now known tracks from Keith Richards' wedding session from tape in best possible quality, but still good mono only. 2 CD box partly packed in a 7" cardboard case. December 18, 1983


Disc 1 - 40:46
01. Please Please Me
02. Darling
03. Sweet Dreams 1
04. Apartment #9
05. So Sad (To Watch God Love Go Bad)
06. I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now 1
07. Memphis Tennessee
08. All Shock Up (Broken Off)
09. That'll Be The Day
10. Love Is Strange
11. Learning The Game
12. Cathy's Clown
13. Let's Spend The Night Together
14. Wild Horses
15. Time Is On My Side
16. Unknown
17. She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goobye
18. Unknown (Restarted)
19. Let It Be Me
20. Heartbeat

Disc 2 - 52:05
01. Donna
02. I Got Stripes
03. If You See Her, Say Hello
04. Can't Take A Joke
05. Instrumental - (this is MAYBE the very first demo for Springsteen's "Waiting on a Sunny Day")
06. Sweet Dreams 2
07. Never On Sunday I
08. 32:20 Blues
09. Devoted To You
10. Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now 2
11. Try A Little Tenderness
12. Flamenco
13. Problems
14. Heartache Coming On (Incomplete)
15. Beast Of Burden
16. No Expectations
17. Never On Sunday 2
18. Dreams
19. Heartache Coming On (Complete)
20. Don't Be Cruel

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Keith Richards live in New York 1993 - 2CD - February 19


Keith Richards and the X-Pensive Winos
Beacon Theater
New York, New York
February 19, 1993

Disc 1:

How I Wish
Wicked as it Seems
Gimme Shelter
999
Runnin' Too Deep
Locked Away
Time is On My Side
Will But You Won't
Words of Wonder
Hate it When You Leave
Before They Make Me Run


Disc 2:
Eileen
Bodytalks
Band Introductions of the "Expensive Winos"

Whip it Up
I Could Have Stood You Up
Happy
Take it So Hard

Comments:
Here's another gem from Aplay's infamous "Box o' DATs", Keef and the Winos ripping it up at NYC's famed Beacon Theater.
What a great, greasy, funky ensemble this group was, and nicely captured here by Aplay and his Lucky Taping Shirt.

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Rolling Stones live in Kansas City 1981 - 4CD - soundboard


Rolling Stones
"Its OK...I'm With the Band"
LAbel: Orginal Master Series


Kemper Arena
Kansas City, Missouri
December 14, 1981
Sound Quality: Soundboard


CD 1:
Under My Thumb
When The Whip Comes Down
Let's Spend The Night Together
Shattered
Neighbours
Black Limousine
Just My Imagination
Twenty Flight Rock
Going To A Go Go
Let Me Go
Time Is On My Side
Beast Of Burden
Waiting On A Friend
Let It Bleed


CD 2:
You Can't Always Get What You Want
Band Introduction
Little T & A
Tumbling Dice
She's So Cold
Hang Fire
Miss You
Honky Tonk Women
Brown Sugar
Start Me Up
Jumpin' Jack Flash
(I Can't Get No ) Satisfaction
Star Spangled Banner


Kemper Arena
Kansas City, Missouri
December 15, 1981
Sound Quality: Soundboard

CD 3:
Intro:Take The "A" Train
Under My Thumb
When The Whip Comes Down
Let's Spend The Night Together
Shattered 4:50/Neighbours
Black Limousine
Just My Imagination
Twenty Flight Rock
Going To A Go Go
Let Me Go
Time Is On My Side
Beast Of Burden
Waiting On A Friend
Let It Bleed


CD 4:
You Can't Always Get What You Want
Band Introduction
Little T & A
Tumbling Dice
She's So Cold
Hang Fire
Miss You
Honky Tonk Women
Brown Sugar
Start Me Up
Jumpin' Jack Flash
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
Outro:Star Spangled Banner

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