Wednesday, June 14, 2017

RE-UP: Ronnie Wood live in London 2010 - 2CD - October 19 - early show

Ron Wood
London, England
October 19, 2010
Early Show

Disc one:
Thing About You
100%
Why You Wanna Go and Do A Thing Like That For
Lucky Man
I Gotta See
Spoonful
Sweetness My Weakness

Disc two:
Forever
Tell Me Something
Fancy Pants
Debris
Night Time Is The Right Time
Around The Plynth
Stay With Me
Jumping Jack Flash

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RE-UP: Ronnie Wood live in Miami 1987 - 2CD - December 31 - soundboard

Ronnie Wood
Countdown To Midnight
Woodys At The Beach
Dec 31st , 1987 - Jan 1st , 1988
Miami , Florida
Soundboard Recording
Artwork Included

Disc 1
1.   Countdown To Midnight
2.   Auld Lange Syne
3.   Peter Gunn
4.   It's All Over Now
5.   Am I Groovin' You
6.   Carol
7.   Mystifies Me
8.   Little Troublemaker
9.   Freddie King Blues
10. Crackin' Up
11. Take A look At The Guy
12. Medley: That's all You Need /Gasoline Alley / Prodigal Son / Amazing Grace /Little
      Black / Red  Rooster
13. Truly
14. Ooh La La

Disc 2
1.   Breathe On Me
2.   Outlaws
3.   Blues For Stu
4.   Rock Me Baby
5.   I Can Feel The Fire
6.   Radio Interview w / Howard Stern

                                 

NEW: Rolling Stones "Voodoo Brew" - 4CD - 1993 outtakes

The Rolling Stones - Voodoo Brew One
Windmill Lane Studios, Dublin, Ireland - November and December 1993 - Vigotone - VT 147 - sb6


Track List:

1) Mick / Keith Dialogue
2) Love is Strong
3) You Got Me Rocking
4) Sparks Will Fly
5) The Worst
6) New Faces
7) Moon is Up
8) Out of Tears
9) I Go Wild
10) Brand New Car
11) Sweet Hearts Together
12) Suck on the Jugular
13) Blinded By Rainbows
14) Baby Break it Down
15) Thru and Thru
16) Mean Disposition
17) Ron / Keith Dialogue

Artwork Included

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The Rolling Stones - Voodoo Brew 2
Recorded at Barbados, Jamaica in 1993 - Vigotone - VT 148 - sb5

Track List:

1) Salty Dog
2) Guitar Overdub
3) Salty Dog (reprise)
4) Cocaine
5) Cocaine
6) I Get a Kick Out of You
7) Goodbye to Love
8) Love's Tough Shit Baby
9) Keith's Boogie
10) Goodbye to Love
11) I Get a Kick Out of You
12) Cocaine
13) Crying, Waiting, Hoping
14) Love is Strange
15) Make No Mistake
16) Girl of the North Country
17) John Wesley Harding
18) Blues Jam / Riffs
19) Brand New Heartache
20) Scotty Moore Riffs
21) Reverse Boogie / riffs
22) Please Please Me
23) Sparks Will Fly / riffs and dialogue

Note: awesome recording, Keith just messing around in the studio playing his favorites, all acoustic. Great string popping on "Keith's Boogie". Recommended.

Artwork Included
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Rolling Stones
Voodoo Brew 3
Dublin, IR 11-12/93 @ Windmill Lane Studios - VIGOTONE 147-50 - SB 6

Track List:

   1. Alright Charlie ! 5.03
   2. It's Alright 4.00
   3. Untitled #1 4.40
   4. On On You 6.16
   5. Ivy League 4.31
   6. Get It Made 5.58
   7. Untitled #2 5.03
   8. Jump On Top Of Me 5.28
   9. I'm Gonna Drive 5.48
  10. Untitled #3 3.50
  11. Make It Now 6.24
  12. It's Funny 5.25
  13. Untitled #5 3.09
  14. Keith dialogue .32

Artwork Included
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Rolling Stones
Voodoo Brew 4
Dublin, Ireland 1993 - Vigotone 150 - SB 6
Track List:

   1. The Storm 3.17
   2. You Got Me Rocking 4.44
   3. Sparks Will Fly 3.20
   4. The Worst 2.26
   5. Out Of Tears 4.23
   6. Brand New Car #4 5.30
   7. Sweethearts Together 3.39
   8. Sweethearts Together 5.58
   9. Blinded By Rainbows 6.56
  10. Baby Break It Down 4.12
  11. Thru And Thru 11.50
  12. Thru And Thru 4.44
  13. The Storm 9.56
  14. The Storm 3.20

Artwork Included

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NEW: Rolling Stones "The Emotional Rescue Sessions" - 1CD - 1978-1979 outtakes

Rolling Stones
The Emotional Rescue Sessions
STE-025
78/79 Emotional Rescue Demos/Outtakes

1   Summer Romance I
2 Dance I
3 We Had It All I
4 Little T & A (Instrumental Version)
5 Where The Boys All Go
6 Dance II
7 Summer Romance II
8 Summer Romance III
9 Jah Is Not Dead (with Max Romeo)
10 Dance III
11 We Had It All II
12 Summer Romance IV
13 Too Tough
14 I Love Ladies

                   

RE-UP: Rolling Stones "The King Biscuit Flower Hour 1975, 1978 & 1981" - 1CD

The Rolling Stones - The King Biscuit Flower Hour
9-27-87

WIKIPEDIA ENTRY
The King Biscuit Flower Hour was a syndicated radio show presented by the D.I.R. Radio Network that featured concert performances by various rock ‘n’ roll artists. The program was broadcast weekly on Sunday nights from 1973 until 2007, although new programming ceased in 1993 and previous shows were repeated from that point. During its prime, the program was carried by more than 300 radio stations throughout the United States. The show’s name was derived from the influential blues radio show “King Biscuit Time”, which was sponsored by the King Biscuit Flour Co., and the hippie phrase “flower power”. The first show was broadcast on February 18, 1973 and featured Blood, Sweat & Tears, the Mahavishnu Orchestra, and Bruce Springsteen. The long-time host of the show until the mid ‘90s was Bill Minkin, whose velvet-smooth voice was the perfect blend of hipster enthusiasm and stoner casualness. [1]
The concerts were usually recorded with a mobile recording truck, then mixed and edited for broadcast on the show within a few weeks. In the 1970s, the show was sent to participating radio stations on reel-to-reel tape. In 1980 D.I.R. began using the LP format, producing the show on a three-sided, two record set. The first show on compact disc was a live retrospective of The Rolling Stones broadcast on September 27, 1987. By the year 2000, King Biscuit was using CD-R media to distribute the show. These tapes, records or compact discs were accompanied by a cue sheet which gave the disc jockey a written guideline of the content and length of each segment of the program.

This is ripped from the FIRST EVER KBFH produced D.I.R. CD. All KBFH releases before this were on reel-to-reel tape & then vinyl. As you may be aware the CD is split into 3 segements. Each segment includes commercial breaks. Eg Ford Motorcraft, Budweiser, U.S. Army recruitment.
Each segment also of course includes the live performances, in excellent quality, as follows.

01 - Segment A: Chicago 1981.
Miss You
Hang Fire
Beast Of Burden
She's So Cold
02 - Segment B: Detroit 1978.
Honky Tonk Woman
Shattered
Tumbling Dice
Jumpin'Jack Flash
03 - Segment C: Brussels 1975.
Brown Sugar
Happy
Gimme Shelter

                       

RE-UP: Rolling Stones "Rough, Dirty & Irresistible!" - 1CD - live 1964 & 1965

The Rolling Stones
ROUGH, DIRTY AND IRRESISTIBLE!
Document Records  DR 012 CD
BBC July 25, 1964 & Paris l'Olympia April 18,1965

 2  part live disk featuring tracks 1-5 from the Joe Loss Show live in London, England July '65 and a show from Paris, France April 18, 1965 at the Paris L'Olympia in excellent mono, taken from tape. Dynamic sound quality considering the era. Overall, two high energy performances.
   

(1-5) London, England - July 25, 1964
(6-16) L'Olympia, Paris, France - April 18, 1965

CD tracks:
  1. It's All Over Now
  2. If You Need Me
  3. Confession The Blues
  4. Carol
  5. Mona
  6. Around And Around
  7. Off The Hook
  8. Time Is On My Side
  9. Carol
10. It's All Over Now
11. Little Red Rooster
12. Route 66
13. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
14. The Last Time
15. It's Alright
16. Hey Crawdaddy

Artwork is included.

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RE-UP: 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)

                        

RE-UP: Rolling Stones "More Stripped" - 1CD - various live

The Rolling Stones
More Stripped [KTS 585]
Atwork Included

01.Wild Horses
02.Like A Rolling Stone
03.Angie
04.Dead Flowers
05.Live With Me
06.The Spider And The Fly
07.Shine A Light
08.Sweet Virginia
09.Rip This Joint
10.Gimmie Shelter
11.Love In Vain
12.Street Fighting Man
13.Let It Bleed
14.Cook Cook Blues
15.Memphis
16.Da Doo Ron Ron
17.Natural Magic
18.Fancy Man Blues
19.Highland Flying
20.We're Wasting Time

Tracks 1-13: from performances at the Brixton Academy, London, UK;
The Paradiso Club, Amsterdam, Holland;
The Olympia Theatre, Paris, France;
and rehearsals at The Toshiba Studios, Tokyo, Japan
and Estudios Valemtim De Carvalho, Lisbon, Portugal.
Tracks 14-20 are Rare Tracks;
Alternate Versions;
Instrumentals and Unreleased Songs
from Various Places at Different Dates.

Total Running Time: 1h-17mins.

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RE-UP: Rolling Stones "Keep Your Motor Running" - 1CD - various 1972 soundboards

The Rolling Stones
"Keep Your Motor Running"
Various live 1972
all soundboard recordings
artwork included

Tracks:
Brown Sugar (Philadelphia, July 20, 1972)
Bitch (Philadelphia, July 20, 1972)
Gimme Shelter (Philadelphia, July 20, 1972)
Happy (Fort Worth, June 24, 1972)
Tumbling Dice (Philadelphia, July 20, 1972)
Sweet Virginia (Philadelphia July 21, 1972)
You Can't Always Get What You Want (Houston, June 25, 1972)
All Down The Line (Philadelphia, July 20, 1972)
Bye Bye Johnny (Philadelphia, July 20, 1972)
Rip This Joint (Philadelphia, July 20, 1972)
Uptight / Satisfaction (Philadelphia, July 20, 1972)
Brown Sugar (from the very first US 'Hot Rocks' release)
Wild Horses (from the very first US 'Hot Rocks' release)

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RE-UP: Rolling Stones "Handsome Girls" - 4CD - various 1978 soundboards

The Rolling Stones - "Handsome Girls"
4 CD Box Set
The Swingin' Pig (TSP-CD-200)

CD's 1 and 2 include the entire Forth Worth show in best possible quality (sourced from the King Biscuit archives - uncensored). CD's 3 and 4 compile almost every song broadcast from the '78 tour plus a few that weren't (including Starfucker).

Sound quality is A+

CD 1 - Fort Worth, TX - 7/18/78
1. Let It Rock
2. All Down The Line
3. Honky Tonk Women
4. Starfucker
5. When The Whip Comes Down
6. Beast Of Burden
7. Miss You
8. Just My Imagination
9. Shattered
10. Respectable
11. Far Away Eyes
12. Love In Vain
13. Tumbling Dice
14. Happy

CD 2  - Fort Worth, TX - 7/18/78
1. Sweet Little Sixteen
2. Brown Sugar
3. Jumping Jack Flash
Alternate Versions:
4. All Down The Line
5. Honky Tonk Women
6. Starfucker
7. When The Whip Comes Down
8. Beast Of Burden
9. Shattered
10. Far Away Eyes
11. Jumping Jack Flash

CD 3
1. Let It Rock (Detroit, MI - 7/6/78)
2. All Down The Line (Houston, TX - 7/19/78)
3. Honky Tonk Women (Houston, TX - 7/19/78)
4. Starfucker (Houston, TX - 7/19/78)
5. When The Whip Comes Down (Detroit, MI - 7/6/78)
6. Lies (Houston, TX - 7/19/78)
7. Miss You (Detroit, MI - 7/6/78)
8. Beast Of Burden (Houston, TX - 7/19/78)
9. Shattered (Memphis, TN - 6/28/78)
10. Respectable (Houston, TX - 7/19/78)
11. Just My Imagination (Detroit, MI - 7/6/78)
12. Far Away Eyes (Lexington, KY - 6/29/78)
13. Tumbling Dice (Detroit, MI - 7/6/78)
14. Happy (Detroit, MI - 7/6/78)

CD 4
1. Hound Dog (Memphis, TN - 6/28/78)
2. Sweet Little Sixteen (Houston, TX - 7/19/78)
3. Brown Sugar (Houston, TX - 7/19/78)
4. Jumpin' Jack Flash (Houston, TX - 7/19/78)
5. Miss You (Lexington, KY - 6/29/78)
6. Lies (Lexington, KY - 6/29/78)
7. Beast Of Burden (Lexington, KY - 6/29/78)
8. Shattered (Lexington, KY - 6/29/78)
9. Just My Imagination (Lexington, KY - 6/29/78)
10. Respectable (Lexington, KY - 6/29/78)
11. Sweet Little Sixteen (Lexington, KY - 6/29/78)

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RE-UP: Rolling Stones "Like The Rolling Stones" - BBC Radio 2 interview

BBC Radio 2 -  Like The Rolling Stones



The Rolling Stones… in conversation with Paul Sexton, recorded in Toronto, Canada, earlier this month.

Programme One

Paul talks to the band about their place in music in 2005 and the importance of the Rolling Stones brand. He discusses the band on tour and gets the low-down on what goes on behind the scenes and on stage. Paul also assesses the band's relationship with the media over the years and gives the listener a real insight into one of Britain’s legendary rock bands.

Programme Two

Paul focuses on the making of Rolling Stones’ brand new album “A Bigger Bang” , due for release in September and widely thought to be their best studio album for over 20 years.

The programme looks at why the band returned to the studio so quickly after the last tour and focuses on the remarkable songwriting partnership between Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.

Paul also traces the story of the Stones since their “Forty Licks” Tour back in 2002, in particular looking at factors that have led to changing relationships within the band as well as assessing the bands legacy and future.

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