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Keith Richards and the X-Pensive Winos Live At The Hollywood Palladium-New Deluxe Reissue

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by theebrianrector42, Sep 27, 2020.

  1. theebrianrector42

    theebrianrector42 Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Los Angeles
  2. ronton99

    ronton99 Forum Resident

    I have this on an official DVD, I believe.
    I found it in the bargain bin at Walmart years ago.
    $10, I think.
    Definitely not hi def picture quality, but I'm very happy to have it.
    It was a good show!
  3. Davido

    Davido Forum Resident

    What a focused and engaging live set from KR and his band this was, and I suppose there's nothing else quite like it out there. Never saw the DVD so interest is piqued.
  4. Hagstrom

    Hagstrom Forum Resident

    Philadelphia, PA
    This seems to have more than the original box set, so that's good news!
  5. egebamyasi

    egebamyasi Forum Resident

    Worcester, MA
    I have a VHS/CD box set from years ago.
  6. Matthew Tate

    Matthew Tate Forum Resident

    Richmond, Virginia
    So what’s included ?
    Mr.Sean, Shvartze Shabbos and MYQ1 like this.
  7. masterbucket.

    masterbucket. Well-Known Member

    Definitely in for the signed edition.
    Already have his previous signed album set........very nice and EXPENSIVE AS !!!!
  8. PacificOceanBlue

    PacificOceanBlue Senior Member

    The Southwest
    Looks like a bunch of non-music collectables and bloated packaging (for the deluxe box set). If one has the original CD, it doesn't appear there is anything new here. If this is the first vinyl pressing, then that aspect is going to be enticing for some fans.
  9. oldsiamsir

    oldsiamsir Forum Resident

    Toronto, Canada
    Does anyone know if this is the same performance that was on the Vintage Vinos comp from a few years back?
    melstapler likes this.
  10. theebrianrector42

    theebrianrector42 Forum Resident Thread Starter

    Los Angeles
    Three previously unreleased songs........

    “the house lights are still up, stage lights down, as musicians stroll through the shadows, taking a seat on the drum riser or dropping to the floor in a circle.

    there is chatting and laughter amid drinks and smokes. then a single, white spotlight hits the leader from behind: keith richards of the rolling stones, now on his feet, assuming the position as he fires up the first riff of the night, the clanging-guitar call to jubilant disorder in ‘take it so hard.’” — from the all-new essay, “the loosest tight band you ever heard” by renowned rock writer david fricke. featured exclusively in the reissue of keith richards & the x-pensive winos live at the hollywood palladium, december 15, 1988 from bmg and mindless records. the restoration and reissuing of the storied solo catalog from rolling stone keith richards continues with this set featuring the solo hit take it so hard, richards-led stones classic happy and previously unreleased performances of you don’t move me, little t&a and the lennon/mccartney penned i wanna be your man.

    ***deluxe packaging. remastered sound. restored dvd video.****
  11. stoneknuckle

    stoneknuckle Forum Resident

    reading pa usa
    I believe Before They Make Me Run was also played at that show. It will probably be a Japanese bonus track LOL.
    Buda, Lewisboogie, hiterss and 2 others like this.
  12. Jack

    Jack Swollen Member

    Sweet sassy molassy!
  13. Jack

    Jack Swollen Member

    What signed edition?
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  14. walrus

    walrus Forum Resident

    Minneapolis, MN
    So...still not restoring the complete performance? (And in proper order, at that)
    Taxman, melstapler and Matthew Tate like this.
  15. Matthew Tate

    Matthew Tate Forum Resident

    Richmond, Virginia
    so these songs are on the cd edition too?
  16. JuanTCB

    JuanTCB Forum Resident

    Brooklyn, NY
    There's a great soundboard of the entire show out there (though maybe without "You Don't Move Me"?) which is worth hunting down, especially given that this one will probably be brickwalled up the ying-yang. God, I love this tour. The Main Offender swing just wasn't the same without Charley Drayton in the band. Apparently, Charlie and Steve Jordan had a massive falling out around that time (maybe even on the tour? I don't think Charley was there at the Boston shows in Feb. '93), which is a shame as they were such a great team. Anyone know what went down between them?
  17. Goldtop33

    Goldtop33 Well-Known Member

    United States
    Wish they would do an official release of the Boston 93 on audio/video.
    That’s his best performance - just killer.
  18. JoeF.

    JoeF. Forum Resident

    New Jersey, USA
    I'm afraid to ask what's in that envelope(?) marked "XPENSIVE WINOS Dressing Room"
    theebrianrector42 likes this.
  19. Fletch

    Fletch Forum Resident

    Nowhere, man.
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  21. Jack

    Jack Swollen Member

    Bull Moose will have links up this Thursday 10/1
  22. GuyDon

    GuyDon Senior Member

    The signed Super Deluxe box set ($399.98) on Keith's site didn't last long. Limited to 100 copies. The unsigned Super Deluxe box ($174.98) is up for order however.
    Clanceman and Matthew Tate like this.
  23. Carl80

    Carl80 Forum Resident

    United Kingdom
    Gonna go for the CD and Red LP I think, nice tracklist.
    Matthew Tate likes this.
  24. Jack

    Jack Swollen Member

    $157 at Bull Moose. The red vinyl is $30
  25. nojasa

    nojasa Forum Resident

    Looks like the reissued CD has three extra tracks:

    Little T&A
    I Wanna Be Your Man
    You Don’t Move Me

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