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Rolling Stones Listening Thread

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Crawdad, Oct 29, 2020.

  1. danasgoodstuff

    danasgoodstuff Forum Resident

    Location:
    Portland, OR

    Didn't realize this fine Jimmy Reed cover had finally been officially released, Baby What's Wrong - smokes the Yardbirds' version.
    I first heard it here:
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  2. CusBlues

    CusBlues Fort Wayne’s Favorite Son

    Between the Buttons (UK) Mono

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  3. CusBlues

    CusBlues Fort Wayne’s Favorite Son

    Flowers

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  4. Mr.Sean

    Mr.Sean Senior Member

    Location:
    Ottawa
    Current play - On Air
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  5. jeddy

    jeddy THE PLAGUE DOCTOR

    yes me too
    I think it's a good example of an early Stones tune that can actually rival any Beatles tune of the day


    (ooops!!!!! I was thinking of BACK STREET GIRL from Between the Buttons!!...........................sorry...........)
     
  6. Chazz Avery

    Chazz Avery Music Addict

    The other day, on another forum, I was discussing the first bootleg I ever bought back in 1969. So, I had to play it.

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  7. Psychedelic Good Trip

    Psychedelic Good Trip Senior Member

    Location:
    New York
  8. rainingdogs

    rainingdogs Rainy Day In June

    Location:
    UK
    I had a couple of tracks on this morning

    • Honky Tonk Women (Mono)
    • You Can't Always Get What You Want (Mono)
    • Paint It, Black (Mono)
    • Think (Mono)
    • Dontcha Bother Me (Mono)
    All from the mono box set on streaming. Grooved out and then put on some Tom Jones :D
     
  9. ohnothimagen

    ohnothimagen "Live music is better!"

    Been as I've been immersing myself almost exclusively in concert recordings the last few months, I did crank up my favourite '75 Stones performance this weekend: Seattle, July 18 '75. Killer "Fingerprint File":righton:

    Sorry, unless my 44 year old peepers are deceiving me, I don't see Taylor in there anywhere. Nicky Hopkins seems conspicuous by his absence as well. Stu and Chuck are the only Stones keyboardists represented here...otherwise Ronnie pretty much has everybody else covered!
     
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  10. Son of Ziggy

    Son of Ziggy Forum Resident

    Location:
    England
    Just listened to a Decca (stereo) Between the Buttons. The stereo may not sound as good as mono but they are nearly always better preserved for some reason.
     
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  11. Nogoodnik

    Nogoodnik Rust repairer and full time survivor

    Location:
    Saint Paul, MN
    Finally diving into the GHS SDE (the qobuz version). Really digging the outtakes! Honestly, I really feel that any of the “new” songs (Scarlet, All The Rage or Criss Cross) could have easily replaced the utterly repetitive “Can You Hear The Music”. I also like the new mix, but haven’t sat and A/B’d this with the ‘94 Virgin remaster yet to be able to tell any significant differences other than a boost in level.

    Onto the Brussels Affair...
     
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  12. Psychedelic Good Trip

    Psychedelic Good Trip Senior Member

    Location:
    New York
    Rolling Stones
    From the Vault: The Marquee Club Live in 1971 [DVD/CD]

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    Description:

    'From The Vault' is a series of live concerts from The Rolling Stones archive which are getting their first official release. 'The Marquee Live In 1971' is the latest addition to the series. The show was filmed at London's legendary Marquee club on March 26th 1971, shortly after the finish of the band's 1971 UK tour and about a month before the release of the 'Sticky Fingers' album in late April. Mick Taylor was now fully integrated into the group and the band had used the tour to showcase some of the tracks from the forthcoming album. The show at the Marquee was filmed for American television and four songs from the 'Sticky Fingers' album were featured, including the rarely performed 'I Got The Blues'. The footage has now been carefully restored and the sound has been newly mixed by Bob Clearmountain for this first official release of the show.

    Track Listing
    1) Live With Me
    2) Dead Flowers
    3) I Got The Blues
    4) Let It Rock
    5) Midnight Rambler
    6) (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
    7) Bitch
    8) Brown Sugar

    CD Bonus Tracks:
    1) I Got The Blues Take 1
    2) I Got The Blues Take 2
    3) Bitch Take 1
    4) Bitch Take 2
     
  13. Son of Ziggy

    Son of Ziggy Forum Resident

    Location:
    England
    Going to pick this up
     
  14. Davido

    Davido Forum Resident

    Location:
    Austin
    A pal reminded me that today/tonight would be a good time to crank Keith and the X-Pensive Winos live.
     
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  15. Psychedelic Good Trip

    Psychedelic Good Trip Senior Member

    Location:
    New York
  16. Psychedelic Good Trip

    Psychedelic Good Trip Senior Member

    Location:
    New York
    The Rolling Stones
    Goats Head Soup [2LP 2020 Deluxe Edition]

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    Track Listings:
    Disc: 1
    1. Dancing With Mr. D.
    2. 100 Years Ago
    3. Coming Down Again
    4. Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)
    5. Angie
    6. Silver Train
    7. Hide Your Love
    8. Winter
    9. Can You Hear The Music
    10. Star Star
    Disc: 2
    1. Scarlet
    2. All The Rage
    3. Criss Cross
    4. 100 Years Ago (Piano Demo)
    5. Dancing With Mr. D. (Instrumental)
    6. Heartbreaker (Instrumental)
    7. Hide Your Love (Alternative Mix)
    8. Dancing With Mr. D. (Glyn Johns 1973 Mix)
    9. Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) (Glyn Johns 1973 Mix)
    10. Silver Train (Glyn Johns 1973 Mix)
     
  17. rainingdogs

    rainingdogs Rainy Day In June

    Location:
    UK
    Had on the Paris 1976 bootleg. Keith's tone is just perfect, the band are so tight and grooving. Wish this would get an official release!
     
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  18. Mr.Sean

    Mr.Sean Senior Member

    Location:
    Ottawa
    A recent play - Living in a Ghost Town
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  19. rainingdogs

    rainingdogs Rainy Day In June

    Location:
    UK
    I love that part when the harmonica comes in... like it's just a Stones moment... :cool:
     
  20. ohnothimagen

    ohnothimagen "Live music is better!"

    Any time's a good time to crank up Keith and the Winos...live or studio:righton:

    I just stumbled across this little gem, which I look forward to cranking up tomorrow night...Happy New Year!:D:

    "This is the unprocessed 1st Gen tape courtesy of the Freezer archive:
    Artist: The Rolling Stones
    Date: July 11, 1972
    Venue: Rubber Bowl, Akron, Ohio
    Lineage: ANA(1) > CDr(0) > CDr(1) > EAC (secure) > WAV > FLAC [level 8]
    Size: 503 MB
    Qualty: EX-Unprocessed Stereo AUD Recording From 1972
    setlist:
    001 Brown Sugar
    002 Bitch
    003 Rocks Off
    004 Gimme Shelter
    005 Happy
    006 Tumbling Dice
    007 Love in Vain
    008 Sweet Virginia
    009 You Can't Always Get What You Want
    010 All Down the Line
    011 Midnight Rambler
    012 Bye Bye Johnny
    013 Rip This Joint
    014 Jumpin' Jack Flash
    015 Street Fighting Man

    Source: ANA(M) > CASS(1) [1xMaxell UD 90; 1xMaxell UD 60]
    Taper: Unknown
    Transfer: CASS(1) > JVC TD-W209 Cassette Deck > JVC XL-R5010 Standalone > CDr(0) > CDr(1) [Freezer]
    Extract: CDr(1) > PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-111D > Exact Audio Copy (secure, test and copy, read offset correct) > WAV
    Convert: WAV > Trader's Little Helper > FLAC [level 8]

    Freezer Notes: "Received in trade from original taper in early 70s, mastered to CDr in 2002, and sent to rollingstonesboots, a
    Yahoo trade group run by rmisra. Bootlegged with the life EQ'd out of it.

    Now available again unprocessed by some bootleg company, that also added much hiss to their commercial silver. Get it here
    and now, unprocessed, before some fool decides to remaster it."

    PA cuts out several times during "Tumbling Dice."

    "Freezer" of course being a legendary New Orleans area taper/archivist, quite a character in his time:laugh:. His own recordings are excellent, interested to see how this other guy's compares...
     
  21. Psychedelic Good Trip

    Psychedelic Good Trip Senior Member

    Location:
    New York
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  22. Carl80

    Carl80 Forum Resident

    The book inside this set is great, lovely collectible the way the tongue zipper and pages are finished off.
     
  23. Automatic Changer

    Automatic Changer Well-Known Member

    Location:
    Sydney
    I've been giving that set a flogging for a while. "All The Rage" is fantastic. The Piano Demo of "100 Years Ago" and the instrumental of "Dancing... " also blow me away.
     
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  24. ohnothimagen

    ohnothimagen "Live music is better!"

    Finally getting the chance to play that Akron '72 show I mentioned above. Very nice, lots of Nicky Hopkins and Mick Taylor in the 'mix':righton: Charlie's a little hard to hear, as he dan be on some of these 70s and tapes, but still, Stones in '72, can't beat that on a Friday night...
     
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  25. nowyouknow

    nowyouknow Music addict

    Location:
    Nice - France
    To be fair the Yardbirds version was among their very first recordings in a studio back when they were nice and quiet (along with their versions of 'Boom Boom', 'Honey In Your Hips', "Talkin' Bout You..), they hadn't really find themselves yet and i'm not even sure it was even released at the time.
     
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2021

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