KEYS, BOBBY - CD
SESSIONS 62-74

LABEL:
C3125SH26194876LH
SOURCE:
Track 1: Radio Recorders, Hollywood 27 March 62, Track 2: Sunset Sound St. Los Angeles 17-26 Oct.69, Track 3:Los Angeles Nov.69-Jan.70, Track 4: Abbey Road St. London 26 May-Sept.70, Track 5: Olympic St. London 24 Apr.70, Track 6: Fillmore East, NY 26,27 March 70, Track 7: Stargroves, Newbury 17-31 Oct.70, Track 8: Fairfield Halts, Croydon 7 Dec.69, Track 9: Olympic St. London 16 June-27 July 70, Track 10: RCA St. Hollywood 71, Track 11:London 9-11 June 71, Track 12: Olympic St. London 11 Jan.71, Track 13: Wally Heider St. Los Angeles 71, Track 14: Morgan Sound St. London Nov.70-Jan.71, Track 15: Trident St. & Apple St. London March-Apr.72, Track 16: Apple St. London march 72, Track 17:Record Plant East St. New York May-June 74.
FORMAT:
1 cdr
RUNNING TIME:
78.10
SOUND/SOURCE:
Soundboard stereo except for Tracks 1,7: Soundboard mono.
PACKAGING:
Single Slimline jewel case
 


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TRACK LIST:

1. Return To Sender, 2.Live With Me, 3. Slunky, 4. Out Of The Blue, 5. Brown Sugar, 6. Honky Tonk Women, 7. Bitch, 8. Little Richard s Medley. 9  Can t You Hear Me Knocking, 10.Down, 11. Caldonia, 12. Big George, 13. There s Only One, 14. Had Me A Real Good Time, 15   You re Breakin My Heart. 16. Photograph, 17. Whatever Gets You Through The Night..

 

 
REVIEW:

This is a peculiar release that has been put out in order to celebrate Bobby Keys the famous sax player that passed out early December 2014; he was a great session man although very much known and appreciated because of his association with the Stones. This disc presents some of his collaborations, starting with Elvis Presley Return To Sender with Bobby Keys claimed his sax played the intro on his autobiography Every Night Is Saturday Night in 2012; however it is still unclear if true or not, but most people say it was Boots Randolph on sax.. Apart from the Stones tracks (here presented as alternate mixes for Brown   Sugar and Can t You Hear Me Knocking), too bad they did not include one of the best sax solos on Casino s Boogie out of Exile On Main Street. Anyway we have then collaborations with Eric Clapton from the guitarist s first solo album, George Harrison, Harry Nilsson, Delaney & Bonnie, BB King, Joe Cocker, Humble Pie, Graham Nash, Faces, Ringo Starr and finally John Lennon, an impressive list for sure as impressive as been his musical life.


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