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Outtakes ''73; 70 min; 8. Mostly excellent sound. The concert of the Stones in the Hague at the Kurhaus, the Hague which was one of the most fancy hotels back then was the Stones' first ever concert on the European continent. Opening acts were some dreadful Dutch entertainers, which made the crowd riotous.
The show started with Walking The Dog and the crowd started to tear down the hall. Never happened something like this before in Holland! Funny enough, the press didn't consider a Stones concert a big thing so didn't send a camera team. Luckily for us now, a young D. He recorded the complete concert from the side of the stage and even got to ask Jagger during Susie Q!
Jagger responded no, and said the police had to take it easy on the young girls. The tape is of very good quality, all instruments can be heard loud and clear.
The tape is especially funny if you understand Dutch, since the reporter is clearly amazed at the sight of young kids fighting! The instruments are fairly clear but vocals are totally inaudible. For completists only. The video is available on a legal Japanese laser disc. Fantastic performance; being able to see it makes it even better.
It appears all are live vocals with pre-recorded studio backing tracks. Nothing astounding here. Good concert though out of tune toward the end, and the crowd is riotous. I haven't heard it, but heard its predecessor "All Those Years Ago," and it was the best I've ever heard.
Other releases miss the first song, are tinny, run too slow, etc. Paris rebroadcasts on two different titles with different filler. The listed title is the later and apparently superior release. Sound quality is far superior to the original '60s broadcasts, and also superior to early '80s rebroadcasts that appeared on LPs. I quote from an Internet review of "Gathers:" "Disc 1 contains 4 tracks from Paris April 18,3 tracks from Paris March 29, 2nd show and 5 tracks from Paris April 11,taken from a recent French rebroadcast Musicorama in excellent mono quality.
The quality of these tracks is truly amazing; this is probably the clearest sounding material from the Brian Jones era--and that includes the official 'Got Live. Disc one rounds off with 4 tracks from a Swedish TV special on April 2, in full playback and bad quality, completely useless see separate review above. Disc 2 contains the complete shows from Paris April 18, in exc.
I particularly like the '67 tracks which have some suitably freaky guitar work; also note the early-Pink Floyd- style keyboards on Satisfaction. The Berlin show sounds quite good I mean, we're talking !
Hamburg is a typical sixties tape: muffled, only the audience can be heard. Hamburg is only one song. Haven't heard this CD, so I can only hope the pitch is at least corrected.
I quote from an Internet review: " Contrary to what most people think, this is a radio broadcast, not a audience show In February the Stones did a Winter Tour, starting with two shows at the Commemorative Pavilion, Sydney. At least four shows of this tour were aired by radio, and until now only one show turned up on CD. The sound quality of this CD is, considering the date when this tape was recorded off the air, quite good.
It certainly is the best sounding, complete radio show the better sounding Honolulu show is a true soundboard recording and not a radio show. There is a fair amount of hiss and static, but the show is like all early sixty shows incredible with a really nice set list. I have not heard it. Another French radio broadcast; the complete tape is not as good as the '65 broadcast. It's nowhere near the quality of the Paris ''67 sampler above, which does not include any of this show; it has never been rebroadcast.
Interesting performance, the Stones play very fast in ' Unfortunately there is an announcer between most songs, and three songs are incomplete. Most recent release of this show is "England's Rarest Hitmakers," which also includes rare official releases. Contrary to what you may have read elsewhere, it uses the exact same incomplete source tape with one very minor difference: "Play with fire" has a pronounced stereo effect.
Still incomplete though. Sound quality for "ERH" is slightly worse, almost the same. It also includes rare official early studio tracks which are unavailable on CD. Quality is similar to the above and there is no announcer. On the ''67 rebroadcast above in far better quality. This is the only known true soundboard recording from the Brian Jones era.
Amusing performance; Charlie gets to introduce a song and announces one they already did, and Mick says it will be their last concert ever! Undoubtedly he was influenced by the Beatles, who would have their last concert on August The listed CD also includes "Trident Mixes" outtakes. Outtakes and live ''69; 75 min; Superb quality outtakes, either never before available or better than before, plus a few lesser quality live tracks.
The mix is better but there is a very slight warble from varying speed I think. There is an interesting re-working of "It's All Over Now. The first 7 songs from Vienna are listenable and not bad for the time. At least the sound is far better than on the old LP. I would rate it 5. The last 7 songs are from the Houtrusthal correctedthe Hague the Netherlands and are of poor quality. What can be heard is the Dutch audience discussion the show, and lots of screaming?
Near-perfect quality; in some respects better than the official release. These are early run-throughs of songs, some barely recognizable compared to the finished album versions. There are also jams which were never released, and it's easy to see why. Some remind me of the Kinks, possibly because there's lots of piano by Nicky Hopkins I assume. There are no vocals and lots of aborted takes.
Interesting to hear once but probably not worth repeated listening. Note: This does not have as many takes of "Citadel" as "Request and Requires," but it's much better quality. Brian is not present; Mick and Keith laugh about it. This was apparently recorded on a portable tape recorder by a visiting reporter, and the quality is not very good. Part 1a: Brian is phased out The Stones did their last tour with Brian in the spring of They were unable to tour after that due to Brian's legal and health problems.
The Rock and Roll Circus was to be a way around this, bringing the performance to the audience instead of the other way around. Beggars Banquet outtakes; 73 min; 9. Some of the alt mixes sound arguably better than the official release, but others simply sound odd. A few run too fast. All the outtakes are available in better quality on old vinyl LPs; most are probably dubbed from "Trident Mixes" see below.
Worthwhile, but probably would have been better if it had not attempted to make an almost-complete alternate "Beggars. Worth getting only if you don't have the original already. Good sound but not necessary now that the film is easily available. Outtakes ''72; 70 min; 8. Good sound quality but later releases such as "The Black Box" above make this mostly unnecessary. Outtakes ''72; 70 min; 9. Fantastic sound quality, especially for the vinyl era, though it's a bit scratchy.
Some if not all the music is from acetates, which are generally scratchy, so that could be the reason. Several interesting cuts but I find some of the instrumentals pretty dull. If you can find them, there are 2 CD-Rs of this material plus the Exile outs see belowwhich are said to be very good quality without surface noise. Some of the same material is on "Hillside Blues," for which I quote an unpublished review: "Contains the well-known Trident material, and the Exile outtakes material in pretty nice quality.
Some alternate takes of classic songs, plus slightly different alternate mixes, mostly Sticky Fingers era. Also includes a few Exile era outtakes ca. A fair number of tracks are repeats; Vol. The outtakes, alternate mixes, and Montreux have superb sound quality for the most part. Beware of early pressings of these CDs which have deteriorated by now to the point where they are usually unplayable; look for cracks in the playing surface. Where's the video?
Haven't checked yet. This rare old LP is a mixture Send Your Love (Vocal) - Sting - Double-Pak Vol. 2 (Vinyl) all sorts of tracks, which are all out on CD now in better quality, except for these two songs. His excellent playing made this lineup arguably the best for live performances. His first gig with them was a free concert in London's Hyde Park before several hundred thousand people.
Brian Jones had died 2 days earlier and the concert became a tribute to him. The performance is sloppy but energetic. This concert has an unusual set list, partly due to Taylor's unfamiliarity with the band. Note that some CDs are dubbed from LPs so they sound good but still have surface noise; the Swingin' Pig release is from tape.
As of late '98 a new CD "In the Park" became available. It's a 63 min audience recording, different from the previous one, and not real good. There's considerable crowd noise, Jagger's voice overpowers the band, and no between song dialogue. Toward the end of the tour the band did some recordings at Muscle Shoals, Alabama partly documented on "Time Trip" above. There was no European tour, but the New Barbarians toured that year. Played infrequently: I'm Free, Gimme Shelter.
Quite a few of these shows were recorded by fans in the audience. These tapes vary from atrocious to excellent. All of the good tapes have been made into LPs or CDs.
For those who have to have everything. Neither tape came into wide circulation until the '90s. This CD is the only release of the slightly better tape. This is the best of the early shows in my opinion; Keith rocks. The PA blows out early on; the replacement system is quiet which makes for a good recording.
The performance is average. Many, many different releases on LP, now the entire concert is on CD. Good audience recording for the time but Mick's voice is too loud. Average performance. The LP, the first rock music bootleg with good sound, caused a sensation back in and was even reviewed in Rolling Stone magazine. Original Lurch label LPs sound quite good but many later pressings have excessive surface noise.
Either of these CDs is your best bet soundwise. The latest "30th Anniversary" release is remastered and nicely packaged to look like a Mobile Fidelity audiophile CD. Unfortunately, it suffers from a poor mastering job which attempts to boost the guitars but results in a shrill sound. At least it splices together the two incomplete songs. Overall, not recommended. Coincidentally, a primitive incomplete soundboard tape was recorded by Bill Graham's people, and broadcast on KSAN in The soundboard tape sounds much different but the overall quality is comparable.
Decent performance, marred by the amazingly out of tune show- closer Street Fighting Man. Original LPs sound better than any CDs. Personally, I think VGP's is a tiny bit better. The tape didn't circulate until the '90s. Worth getting if you have to have everything. Note "Sky Pilots" is said to be slightly better but I haven't heard it. The tape recorder couldn't handle the volume and distorts on everything except the acoustic songs. Jagger's comments to the crowd are at least amusing.
The title must have gotten lost in the translation; maybe it refers to Keith's bragging about how he used to buy drugs from a guy who stole them from dentists. Originally released as the second ever Stones boot also reviewed in Rolling Stone mag "We Didn't Really Get It on Until Detroit;" supposedly Mick said this meaning it was the first really good show of the tour. Quickly copied onto several now very obscure double and single LPs, all collectible and scratchy!
Only the first release is stereo. Now out on this CD, dubbed from the very rare stereo 2 LP set with minimal loss in quality noise reduction but some dialogue scratchy quiet parts chopped out.
A new source tape for the first 30 minutes of the concert started circulating in the summer of and was soon made into the misleadingly titled "Live in Washington " CD; later pressings have the title corrected to Baltimore. Its quality is even better. Above average audience tape, good show. There is noticeable surface noise from the acetate but the sound is very listenable.
Not great though. This CD runs a little fast. This was a damp, chilly concert where the Stones didn't go on until 4 AM, and the guitars are frequently out of tune. Still worth hearing. This Japanese CD is made from a very low generation tape, probably the best available.
A tape recorder is visible in the "Gimme Shelter" movie; is this the tape? The recording is flawed, very muffled at times, and the drums are frequently inaudible. This 2CD set has the entire concert in best-ever audience quality, in mono instead of the usual reprocessed stereo. One song, "Gimme Shelter," is available from a near perfect board tape on "A Shot of Salvation" below.
Unsurprisingly, those released after the movie became available on HiFi video sound quite good. Unlike "Ya Yas," these songs have minimal if any overdubs. Note that the video in the movie is spliced together from several shows and does not always match the music.
The remastered video which was released in ? Don't know if the "Gimme Shelter" unauthorized CD is mono or stereo. It has outstanding to excellent sound and includes material never before available, even on tape. Rumor has it that this and some of the other "Scorpio" and related CD are made from tapes sold at Sotheby's auction house, which would certainly explain why some of the material is "new" to collectors.
They are extremely rare. On the listed LP the quality is quite good but they run a little fast. Musically these takes are similar to but not the same as the versions heard in "Gimme Shelter. Played infrequently: Gimme Shelter. Most of these shows are available as audience tapes. As with tapes, quality varies from atrocious to pretty good. Almost all of the good tapes have been made into LPs or CDs. The sound is garbled in the middle of the concert. Definitely for fanatics only. At least it's roughly the equal of the tape being traded.
This is the first show of the tour and the only known performance of Gimme Shelter. This CD also includes other Swedish recordings. Also available as the single CD "Sweden Also available on "Live in Frankfurt and Gothenburg. The speed gets warbly toward the end. Good performance as are all shows. Very good performance before a wildly enthusiastic crowd. Parts of the concert are also available on LPs in varying quality.
Worth hearing. There is a dedication to Jimi Hendrix, who died that morning. There is at least one other CD of this show which has tape flaws through the firstcalled "Eau de Cologne"--avoid it.
I quote from an unpublished review: " SFM is cut-off at the end. Apparently the source tape came from a microphone held to the radio speaker. How times change. The recording is certainly no better than an audience tape, and the between song commentary is annoying. It's another fine show with a long "Brown Sugar" and hot "Sympathy. For some reason it's missing the last two inferior quality songs from a radio broadcast which were on an earlier CD, also from VGP.
Note: There is a great [9. Various live ''73; 58 min; varies; "From the Vaults" This is a compilation of various live performances and the quality varies widely, from 5. Where's the rest???
It's all downhill after that, but worth getting anyway as it includes the two Dick Cavett show '72 tracks and the Montreal '72 newsreel audio in fine quality. There are also two songs from the Vienna '73 audience tape in best ever quality.
In fact it's a very typical audience tape, unfortunately with many cuts and an incorrect song listing. Worth picking up for those interested in the tour; I don't think this is on CD. Missing one song. Worthwhile for Taylor fanatics. Also available on "Germany ," paired with Hamburg. The CD is made from a rarely traded tape. The tapers are audible on the tape and sound American; you get one guess as to what they're doing while watching the show. A very well recorded audience tape of a good concert.
Before their contract with Decca expired, The Stones were required to record one more song. Fed up with Decca, they recorded Cocksucker Blues, an obscene tale about a lonesome schoolboy. Its unauthorized releases are frequently paired with a studio outtake of Brown Sugar featuring Eric Clapton on third guitar.
Even Mick cracks up a little while singing. Both songs are usually available in extremely good quality. The band did a farewell tour of England in March, before moving to France as tax exiles. Too bad this is such a bad recording; if more '71 tapes were around this probably never would have come out on CD. This might be worthwhile for those who want to hear more from The first 2 songs are missing from every release.
Relatively laid back performance. Their " Good performance. The LP sounds a little slow. This has been copied onto different Japanese CDs. The CD of the same name sounds over-processed to my ears but I recommend the version that comes with the "Lost Marquee Tapes" set see belowas it's a nice transfer, speed corrected and carefully equalized.
Fine performance but it was touched up in the studio. This is the only live version of "I Got the Blues. The unenhanced performance, which was going to be re-broadcast inis available on 2 different CDs; the better one is the Japanese "The Lost Marquee Tapes Outtakes are available. It's 10 Exile outtakes in arguably best ever quality, though with some hiss.
Not one but two movies were made, the unreleased behind-the-scenes "Cocksucker Blues" and the concert documentary "Ladies and Gentlemen the Rolling Stones.
Many of these shows are available as audience tapes, with the quality ranging from atrocious to very good. All of the good tapes have been made into LPs or CDs except for snippets here and there.
Send Your Love (Vocal) - Sting - Double-Pak Vol. 2 (Vinyl) show of the tour and sloppy, but this is the only live performance of several songs. This Japanese CD is said to be the better of at least 2 from this show. The first show has never been available in very good quality; this CD is about as good as it gets which is to say average '72 audience at best.
The recording sounds a bit slow too. The second show is an above average recording for the era but this CD is not made from the best available tape; there is hiss which shouldn't be there. This definitely runs slow as well. At least both shows include "Loving Cup. I quote from an Undercover review: " Send Your Love (Vocal) - Sting - Double-Pak Vol. 2 (Vinyl) being a 'new' recording, there are 2 obvious reasons to need this: Loving Cup, and an encore HTW - only other encore in '72 being Boston 1st night At a conservative guess, [this] is probably about a 6.
They even managed to find a not-incredibly- boring Mick Taylor shot for the back, which must be something of a record. Certainly worth having if '72 is your bag. Very good show. For some reason none of the TMOQ recordings turned out as good as their recordings.
LP has been copied onto a rare Japanese CD. Not sure if this has been copied onto CD yet. Don't waste your money on this CD. Speed problems and [an] all around bad recording. Hard to say, because the material is fairly uninteresting jams with little in common with the '72 set. Mediocre mixing board recording with excessive vocals. Keith's guitar is very loud but not objectionable; otherwise these are very nice recordings though perhaps a bit trebly.
Most interesting to collectors, these shows feature rare songs, as the band was filming the "Ladies and Gentlemen" tour movie. This is well worth hearing, and it's not the usual spliced sources like Philadelphia Special. This recording is now out on at least 5 different CDs.
The hiss reduction is finally complete, yet the sonic details are still there through the headphones. Compare LIV and the astounding, clean excellence of this remastering is immediately evident. Congratulations to the chef for this major upgrade, this quantum leap. Whoever [did] the remastering on this title [did] a spectacular job I really can't think of anything I'd like different with this release, bar the obvious one of being a complete show so the audience tape is still worth hanging on to.
The single CD is bursting with exciting listening; the pace of the performance, combined with shit-hot '72 playing, and the pristine sound quality of this particular title are ingredients which simply can't be beat. Very nice job indeed. This Japanese CD is quite good quality but not as good as what can be heard in "25x5. There are some similarities to the Fort Worth shows but no rare songs.
I am told there is an improved CD with the same title as the old LP, but haven't heard it yet. Missing the first 2 songs. A rare Japanese CD includes the incomplete second song. Available on LPs since not long after the concert, but the CDs are better and more complete.
However, even the CDs are not as good as some tapes. For hardcore fans only, or Nicky fans. Haven't heard the CD, but that sounds like my tape. Decent recording.
This CD omits the mostly unintelligible speeches explaining the delay. Legend has it these versions of the recordings were first broadcast on either Radio Luxembourg or WMMS Cleveland, Send Your Love (Vocal) - Sting - Double-Pak Vol. 2 (Vinyl), but a more believable story is that 2 cassettes were sold backstage during the tour by a Stones associate.
Apparently the cassettes were then played over the radio in Cleveland. These are fine raw recordings that have not been properly mixed in the studio, and do not have any overdubs AFAIK. All other LPs and CDs, and there are plenty, are inferior. Various live ''73; 75 min; 8. Half of it is close-to-finished mixes of the Lost Live Album, the other half is rarely performed ' songs, all available on other unauthorized releases.
Sound on the Lost Live Album tracks is noticeably better than on "Philadelphia Special" 1 or 2 though the sound is a little thin or tinny. There are noticeable vocal overdubs in places. Some of these tracks were previously released on the "Keep Your Motor Runnin'" LP, but there are more here, and in stereo instead of mono. That LP is still the only way to get "You Can't Note that similar good quality '72 tracks are on "Wingless Angels;" see Exile outtakes above. They were made from a high generation tape.
This show is available in average, listenable quality on tape. However, this CD runs much too fast and is made from a poor generation, hissy tape. Both tape and CD are garbled at the end. Legend has it this stereo soundboard recording was stolen from the mixing desk by 2 fans. Swingin' Pig releases are dubbed from old vinyl and drastically over NoNoised. Good luck finding a copy! Next best is probably the later pressing with the '' matrix; these are considerably easier to find.
The Japanese of course put it out on CD. It's a decent recording, and captures the first part of the concert which is missing from "Welcome to New York. The next tour was to Australia with a few stops along the way.
The first stop was Los Angeles, where the Stones played a benefit concert for victims of the Nicaraguan earthquake. Musically, this tour was similar to the '72 US tour, except the LA and Hawaii shows feature attempts at older songs such as Route 66 which don't work that well and are dropped for the Australian tour.
There are several audience recordings from this tour not made into LPs or CDs. None are that exciting quality wise. The scratches sure are loud! There are several CDs in roughly the same quality though the listed title is said to be the best; some CDs miss "Street Fighting Man" due to the length of the show.
Note: Dates have been corrected as a result of new research. There were three Hawaii shows and all are now available. Available incomplete on LP, CD is complete, similar quality. This listed CD title is the same as the original LP, and it includes the first two Hawaii shows on two CDs in what has to be about the best possible quality.
It is a previously unreleased complete audience [recording] of the third and final Honolulu '73 show, the Monday, January 22, second 10 PM gig. Sound quality is comparable to just a shade below the other two very good Hawaii shows long in circulation It's a good, clear recording of a subpar performance.
The Stones are pretty sloppy here. The listed CD runs at the correct speed throughout, unlike "TR," and its copy " Degrees in the Shade," which are too fast for the most part. You make the call. Great recording and performance. It sounds a little better than disc 1 of "Happy Birthday Nicky" below. Avoid the Japanese "Winter Tour " 2CD set if you ever see it; it's the audience recording of the show. At least it has the last 2 songs missing from the soundboard recording.
VGP's "Rock 'n Roll Stew" is the soundboard recording with the last two songs tacked on from the audience recording, and the missing beginning of Brown Sugar added in from Perth; said to be similar quality. It's another stereo soundboard but not as good as the 2 above.
The last show of the tour; Mick babbles at times, but it's another good performance as usual. This release is the first and only one so far with the entire concert, plus it's the best quality yet, so it's worth tracking down.
This is the first complete Taylor era soundboard recording to turn up, and it's taken 23 years. Unexciting to hear but kinda neat to watch. For the fall of there was a European tour in support of "Goats Head Soup. This would be the last tour with Mick Taylor. Most of these shows are available as audience recordings. Quality varies but most are mediocre. Rotterdam reh.
This is the best sounding part of about min of tour rehearsals. It's mostly uninspired workouts, but there are songs never performed live, such as the title track. Now available in more complete for on "Can You Hear the Mobile? Two CDs--a little over 70 minutes each There are several songs that sound good most all the way through, some partial, and some aborted rehearsal takes--these are monaurally recorded rehearsal playbacks, and monaurally recorded live rehearsals.
These CDs seem to be made from close to master cassette tapes, in my opinion. First show of the tour and there are some mistakes but also some rare songs. Taylor burns on the rarely performed " Years Ago. VGP has done a nice job of splicing together several different tapes to get the complete show.
This rare Japanese CD is its first release. Probably the only reason for its release is that several infrequently performed songs are performed for the last time. It's a fairly hissy audience recording of great performances, among my favorites from ' Might not be worth paying the high Japanese price.
It's average at best. Good performance as usual but this is for completists only. Various, Radio Luxembourg; 30 min; Great mono recording and performance. Two versions of this broadcast exist. The alternate version is "only" 8. The Oh Boy CD is the best of at least 2. This is probably the best audience recording of the tour and the listed CD is made from a low generation recording.
This CD is made from a better generation source tape than "Bern Note that this is the true Munich recording; this date is sometimes given for the King Biscuit broadcast see below. Each is a pretty good audience recording. Mick Taylor is quite loud here, especially in the 2nd show. The 2CD has both complete shows but is not as good as the original LP, as the low generation tapes are long gone.
For fanatics only. Uses cover art from a rare German LP but this is the entire concert, plus it runs at the right speed, unlike the LP. It is believed this is actually the 2nd show, not the 1st as claimed. The LP repeats part of the tape by accident. Not available on CD as far as I know. Quite expensive, and the recordings are below average. For those with yen burning a hole in their pocket. This is not a good recording; it's distant and very hissy.
Bottom line is, the best sounding release is the rare German LP "Europe '73," also used as the source for most early CDs. Second best, and more easily available these days, is VGP's 5th!
Note the first 3 songs here are identical to "Brussels Affair. Note: This CD is also available in a 20 bit remastered version which is said to have a slight improvement in sound quality. It's apparently the 2nd Brussels show. This is a soundboard recording, but incomplete and hissy.
The LP is missing one song from Brussels due to space considerations. The listed title also includes other material from radio and TV broadcasts. A very good audience recording, but a bit bass heavy. A quick adjustment of the tone controls easily solves this problem. A tight sounding set as one might expect after touring for the past two years. Really good quality with only slight distortion on a few songs, no typical acetate crackles.
I prefer most of the alternate mixes to the released versions, and the outtakes are pleasant enough. The last few songs are unimportant "mono mixes" which don't sound any different to my ears. Three different guest guitarists ended up on the album, and the band also jammed with Jeff Beck. Outtakes ''79; 45 min; 9. Most songs have Ron Wood but a few are with Mick Taylor. The LP was copied onto CD long ago.
Haven't heard the CDs so can't say how their quality compares to the LP, but they are probably quite good. Studio reh. The source tape is fairly hissy. Moderately interesting with some extended songs; some songs are without final overdubs. For the summer of US tour, Ronnie Wood was the "guest" lead guitarist. Although Black and Blue was mostly recorded before the tour, it was not released until after the tour was over.
The and tours featured much longer sets than had been played in the past. Billy Preston also performed two songs at each show. Most shows are available as audience recordings. In general these are superior to earlier tour recordings; the drums sound better in particular. First available on LP incomplete and in mediocre quality, these are both 3LP sets of the entire concerts, made from good clear audience recordings.
It is without a doubt on the upper tier of audience recordings I've heard. The show is fantastic and sound is [clear]. The performance is better than the one earlier in the day. The band is loose and Woody is grooving The attraction here is the rarely performed title track. It's a complete audience recording with quite a bit of hiss worse in some places than others.
The last few songs are very distorted and muffled; not listenable. I'll keep it, if for no other reason than the rarities played here: Sure the One You Need, Luxury and Dance Little Sister fortunately these appear during the better portion of audio--less hiss and better clarity. These are apparently not great quality Send Your Love (Vocal) - Sting - Double-Pak Vol. 2 (Vinyl). I have heard the 2 DC songs on tape and can confirm that MJ is wasted; very sloppy performance. This may be more for completists; maybe VGP is running out of material.
It contains 13 tracks in good quality, but with quite some hiss. The last 2 tracks are in average audience quality. Main attraction is the incomplete soundboard version of Luxury where is the complete soundboard Luxury from Toronto?? Good, fast paced show, but the recording has a lack of atmosphere. Good guitar mix and vocals; drums and bass bottom-end frequency response are a missing dynamic in the sound. Note that at least one song from this show is on "Love You Live.
The sound is quite cluttered throughout and not very clear. If Clapton is playing, it is quite hard to distinguish it. Even Phil Spector would have a hard time liking this wall of sound. Too bad really Soundboard recording with excellent drum sound but the guitars are too low. This CD is said to be the best release yet of this show. Mediocre performance IMHO. This was recorded by the people who released it on vinyl as the classic " Tour of the Americas" 3LP set.
Now out on CD in even better quality than the old LPs. This title is the definitive release, as it includes both Billy Preston songs! Plus, it sounds a little better than the other CDs too. However, it was not recorded on a Friday; it was a Sunday, but the title is taken from one of the old LPs. Mick later introduced him as 'Reg from Watford. Really too bad most of Mick's in between comments are edited out. This is a must for all fans of the '75 tour. Incomplete; only the 2nd half of the show.
The CD title is taken from an old LP. I quote from an Internet review of it: "Not the complete show Great sound, though it seems to my ears the master was running a bit fast Also available as "Detroit Rock City," which is probably similar quality. There are some song cuts and the Billy Preston songs are missing. Overall ok, but you can do better. Note that this title was first used for a repackaged LP of the '73 King Biscuit broadcast.
Only drawback is a thin layer of hiss throughout the show from the tape source used. If not for that, this one could rank with the best from this tour. Still very listenable The European tour was musically similar to the US tour, except that songs from "Black and Blue" were played. For some reason there are also a fair number of soundboard recordings available. Now it plus more of the concert from a "very good" audience recording is out on "More than Welcome to Frankfurt," which was originally the title of LPs from the '82 tour.
The listed CD is EQ'ed to boost the bass and remove hiss and sounds pretty good. An Internet review said: " This show can be found in best quality and most complete on 'Out Of The Court Great performance. Taken from a very scratchy LP, the show is available complete and in better quality on vinyl and without crackles on tape.
VGP did a bad job releasing this. CD title is lifted from an '80s European LP. Very nice and original photo of Keith on the cover! Truly amazing is the sheer excitement of the Dutch crowd, which makes it a nice show to listen to. Too bad the quality is below par. Again the quality is good enough to please completists of this tour, but not for more discriminating tastes. A new, high quality label has shown up! Dirty Work Productions just released a tape of the never released Paris June 4, show as we know the date on 'Paris Aux Printemps' and other titles is wrong, the video is from June All instruments are there, all dynamics are there, [with] hardly any hiss; especially nice since a big part of 'Love You Live' is from this show It is a stunningly lovely recording.
It is perfect! It is the best concert on an album from the ''76 period. Sounds like a soundboard but it is not. Parts of this show are on "Love You Live. VGP had already released [this] some time ago on 'Europe 76' [which] was the entire show but unfortunately only an audience recording.
The missing of the Preston tracks [is inexcusable]: They are available in the same soundboard quality on the old bootleg LP 'Paris Par Excellence' The first part of the show disc 1 appears for the first time ever as soundboard recording and is of slightly worse quality hiss [than] the second part which was available before on some bootleg LPs.
Not much to add but I'll note that the old LP is 8. The audience recordings are 7. Good performance; parts of this show are on "Love You Live. I quote an Undercover review: "Complete show The beginning of Honky Tonk Women, the end of Jumping Jack Flash, and the complete Street Fighting Man are in very good audience quality, the rest in very good soundboard quality.
Very good upgrade This release also sounds a lot better than 'Les Inrockuptibles' which has the guitars squeezed into one channel. A solid audience recording, but with many available from this tour, probably for completists only or those that attended.
Very acceptable quality though The Stones worked up a special expanded set list for this show only. Interesting performance, if only to hear the unusual songs. Many audience tape recorders were running, so was one at the soundboard, plus there's a pro-shot video! There are many boots from various sources. The listed VGP CD is the definitive edition, using the soundboard source for the first 90 min except for Stray Cat Blues, then splicing together a top notch video source and a so-so audience recording to include every song on two lengthy CDs.
VGP's title and graphics are lifted from a beautiful German LP from the mid '80s made from the soundboard recording, which runs very fast. Thankfully the CD is correct. Keith was arrested there for heroin possession, but recording took place and became side 3 of "Love You Live. That is a combination of a soundboard recording and 3 songs from an acetate, which were released on a fan club disc.
The next studio album was "Some Girls. Outtakes late '77; min; 9. Very good recording and some interesting alternate and outtakes. My copy is damn good quality with no clicking or obvious problems which detract from listening. This is the same as Place Pigalle Vol. For the US tour, the band played most of "Some Girls" and dropped many older songs. The sets were considerably shorter than the ''76 sets.
After the tour, the Stones appeared on Saturday Night Live; they are the only band to appear and play a three song set without interruption. Most if not all shows are available as audience recordings. Most have decent but not great quality.
The listing below is rather short since the LPs are all long out of print and I don't collect them all. I quote from an Undercover review: "Overall, the set has noticeably less hiss than the other Woodstock CD releases I have [lists 3].
I have yet to hear any LP crackles either. Some tracks are tedious, others abruptly end in the middle of a song, but the sound throughout is excellent. The definitive set. Previous releases only have half of this material, or less. Legend has it the tape was stolen from the soundboard before the show ended which explains why the end is missing. Good performance except the incomplete encore "Street Fighting Man" sounds completely unrehearsed; it's terrible.
Another keeper. Above average sounding with a typically short set-list Very pleased with this one. Also available on "Speed Freaks" which I also haven't heard. Very listenable but at lower volume levels. A bit too much distortion interferes with what would have been a very good sounding show. Especially compelling because Linda Ronstadt guests on Tumbling Dice, but the damn recording volume was too high thus making the distortion.
As darkness falls, they take Ava to their car; Valentine tries to console her and acquire information while Santino searches the area for other possible survivors. He Frequency - Altern 8 - Full On. Mask Hysteria strange sounds coming from the darkness, and finds two dead black-tailed prairie dogs, which have been drained of blood in a similar way. After a while, he runs back to the car, telling Valentine to join him so that they can track and destroy whatever that is making the sounds, knowing that it is unknown and extremely dangerous predator.
They search in the dark of the brush, and are suddenly confronted by the animal, only seen as a pair of reflecting eyes and claws, and they open fire, before running back to their car just as backup arrives. The agents' official report stated that the cause of death for Ava's parents was unknown, but noted the puncture wounds and missing blood. Ava was returned to her grandmother in Nogales, but was plagued by nightmares of the creature.
The official report made no mention of any unknown animal, and whether or not it escaped or was shot dead by the border patrol agents remains a mystery.
For Ava however, the encounter was all too real. Between August 14 and August 17,forest ranger Rachel Glen performs a study in the woods, concerning the declining population of black bears in the Pacific Northwest. During the course of her study, recorded with portable and stationary cameras, she not only observed the bears but also heard strange sounds coming from the forest, and had a feeling she was being watched. After setting up a camera trap one day, she hears a strange wailing and climbs a hill, only to be snared by an illegal poacher 's trap.
Unbeknownst to her, she is being watched and taped by a poacher as she disables the traps he had set up. Some of her cameras capture brief glimpses of a large, hairy creature that cannot be identified. Meanwhile, the poacher discovers and destroys a few of her own cameras. While examining a camera that had been tampered with, she hears more strange sounds and discovers a den in the woods.
Inside, she discovers some strange hair, which she sends to the game warden. Over the phone, the warden tells her that the hair belongs to some kind of primate and not a bear, and warns her to be careful of hostile poachers. She requests help, but has to wait forty-eight hours for it to arrive because of how remote her outpost is. She later finds the poacher lurking outside her outpost and makes him hand over the camera he was holding at gunpoint, which contains pictures where the poacher seems to be stalking her.
He trips her up as he hand the camera to her and immediately flees the scene. In the last hours before she leaves, she begins to wonder about the strange animal she keeps seeing, and gets the feeling that it seems to be watching over her.
As Rachel is making her final video journal entry at her outpost later that night, the same poacher tries to break into her cabin. She suddenly hears screams for help and unnerving screaming and growls outside. She discovers the poacher, who has apparently been killed by the creature and is now hanging upside down from one of his own traps. She hears more strange sounds, but finds no other signs of the creature. After the poacher's death, the black bear populations began to rise again, but there is no confirmation of any other unusual or new species in the area.
Clips in the episode also discuss gorillas, poaching, and the possibility that Sasquatch might be the extinct primate Gigantopithecus. When she was about thirty-five miles west of Monterey Bay in Californiathe wind died down and Sharon took a moment to thank the people who had given her moral support during her trip.
At about noon, Sharon's radio suddenly picked up a distress call via radio from another boat, but it Life In General - Dragnet - Lost Tapes out before the other sailor can tell her what has happened. Sharon tries to raise the ship on her radio, but there is no response. Using her ship's motor, she sails to the coordinates that were given out by the man on the radio before it cut out. As she heads in that direction, she decides to tell Charles about her plan so that he doesn't worry.
As she talks to him, her boat is suddenly hit by something underwater with enough force to knock her sideways and kill the engine. As she goes outside to take a look, one of the cameras mounted high on the boat captures the figure of a huge, mysterious animal moving just beneath the surface of the water, just behind the stern of R. Habarc - Nem Itt, Nem Most boat.
Sharon decides to go into the water to investigate what has happened, which worries Charles, but she assures him that nothing will happen to her.
Minutes later, she re-emerges from the water, having discovered a chunk of flesh that she assumes has come from a whale which was stuck in her motor. Her current problem resolved, Sharon continues to the coordinates given by the distress call, which are located on top of the Monterey Life In General - Dragnet - Lost Tapes.
As she approaches the other ship, she sees no one aboard. She sails around the boat to try to locate the captain, but instead finds blood spattered on the vessel, which apparently indicate a possible attack. As she tries to leave the area--concluding that whatever happened on the other boat is in the jurisdiction of the Coast Guard, not her--she puts on a wet suit and her lifejacket again.
Her boat is suddenly rammed again, killing the engine. Just as she finishes setting up the sail, the boat is rammed again and she falls overboard. Fortunately, she is still wearing her lifejacket; Charles, who can see her in the water thanks to the high-mounted camera, tries to calm her Alaska - The Voluptuous Horror Of Karen Black - A National Health Care and tells her to get back in the boat, but she is unable to as the railings are out of her reach and she can't swim around because of her tether.
Charles tells her to cut herself loose so that she can reach the ladder at the back of the boat. As she swims back, the high-mounted camera again captures the silhouette of a very large, plesiosaur -like creature swimming close to the boat. As the boat drifts away from her, Sharon is attacked by the creature, which pulls her underwater.
The Coast Guard was unable to recover Sharon's body even after an extensive grid search of the area, though her camera was discovered; the camera's footage could not identify what had attacked her. On October 13,university professor Diane Chasny and her nephew Ethan decide to examine the ecosystem of the Honey Island Swamp following Hurricane Katrinaespecially the alligator population.
While attempting to test her equipment, an alligator suddenly wanders by and steals the backpack containing the maps, compass and GPS. As they try to find their way out of the swampy terrain, Ethan hears a strange sound, but dismisses it. They become completely lost, but luckily encounter a local fisherman, Bud Ray, who agrees to boat them out of the swamp after giving them a tour of his camp area.
During the walk, Ethan hears more strange sounds and sees the obscured shape of a creature moving through the bush, and becomes briefly separated, accidentally stepping on a nest of eggs and Method Man - Ticallion one of them.
They then discover a bizarre footprint that they conclude must belong to an upright animal, and the fisherman urges them to return to his camp before nightfall.
As Diane examines the photographs she took of the footprints, Bud tells them stories about a creature purportedly half-man, half-alligator, but the professor dismisses these as being superstitious stories about a bogeyman. Around midnight, Bud wakes the two because of strange sounds that they heard, and he leaves the tent they had been sleeping in.
There are strange growling sounds, sudden gunshots, and a yell of pain as the creature attacks the fisherman, then tries to get into the tent. Bud returns, injured but still alive, and the three manage to fend off the creature. The creature eventually leaves, leaving behind the egg Ethan had destroyed. Diane recovered the eggshells, which matched no known species. Ethan eventually returned to the bayou to create a feature documentary based on his experiences. Bud Ray soon recovered from his injuries and still lives into the swamp, but is fearful of going out after sunset.
Shortly after arriving, they head into the water, but Sean suddenly sees some apparently large tentacles splash out of the water, but no one else does and he dismisses it at first. Tyler finds a canoe and proposes that they go out to a floating platform in the lake to spend the rest of the day. Sean and Tracy discuss their future as they row out to the platform. Tyler attempts to scare them by pretending something has grabbed him and pulled him under, but Send Your Love (Vocal) - Sting - Double-Pak Vol.
2 (Vinyl) easily predict when he would resurface. Sean tells them not to worry, as Tyler will probably return, but they suddenly hear a yell and see that Tyler is missing again, and the canoe has been suddenly capsized. They immediately assume that he is trying to play a prank on them again, but Bruce decides to see if he can find him.
After swimming over to the canoe, Life In General - Dragnet - Lost Tapes says that he cannot find Tyler, and suddenly starts yelling, claiming something is grabbing him from underwater, and disappears as well.
Sean confides in the remaining two that he saw the tentacles from before, but they have no way of escaping from the creature and resort to yelling for help for hours as night falls. Sean and Tracy conclude that they have to try to swim to shore, or the creature will kill them anyway, but are attacked as they attempt to make the crossing. However, they were found on the shore, having survived drowning and Life In General - Dragnet - Lost Tapes treated for exhaustion, shock, and unidentified blister-like wounds all over their bodies.
The bodies of Tyler, Bruce, and Ruthie were never found. Production Music: Electronic. We currently don't have any themes associated with this song. Would you like to contribute? For starters, it marked the group's first conscious delving into what is now called "world music" -- according to Robin Gibb, it grew out of his brother Barry's visit to Africa, and first appeared in on a rehearsal tape from the early part of the sessions for what became the Idea album.
The song was put aside and wouldn't get finished until two albums later, following the split of the sibling trio, when Barry and Maurice Gibb -- working as the Bee Gees duo -- completed it at a small studio in Marble Arch during October of It was released as a single in March ofand was also one of the highlights of the Cucumber Castle album. The record, which Maurice Gibb claimed was never finished properly -- and still featured Barry Gibb's guide vocal in place of a finished performance -- was one of the most unusual in the group's history.
Opening with a Bee Gees - I. The title chorus provides a break, followed by the second verse, telling of a lost love, and the chorus again provides a break -- Maurice Gibb's overdubbed vocals swell out, with Barry Gibb's gentle "I sing" leading them, for a slow faded amid some falsetto vocal gymnastics.
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