ROLLING STONES - CD
AFTER-MATH SESSIONS

LABEL:
Mayflower 174-76
SOURCE:
Disc One: RCA St. Hollywood 8-10 December 1965. Disc Two: Tracks 1-9: RCA St. Hollywood 8-10 December 65, Tracks 10-12: CBS, Ed Sullivan Show 13 Febr.66; Tracks 13-15: ARTV Ready Steady Go-Live Wembley 27 May 66, Tracks 16-18: ABC Thank Your Lucky Stars, Birmingham 8 May 66, Tracks 19,20: CBS Ed Sullivan Show 11 Sept.66, Track 21: ABC E. Andrews Show 6 Feb.66, Track 22: IBC St. London 66, Track 23: London, early 66, Track 24: IBC St. London 5 Jan.66. Disc Three: Tracks 1-5: RCA St. Hollywood 8-10 December 65, Track 6: Regent St. London 3,4 Feb.64, Track 7: BBBC Saturday Club 18 Sept.65, Tracks 8,9: IBC St. London 5 March 66, Track 10: RCA Hollywood -11 August 66, Tracks 11,13-15,17-19,21: RCA St. Hollywood 7-11 March 66, Tracks 12,16,20: RCA St. Hollywood 8-10 Dec.65.
FORMAT:
3 picture discs
RUNNING TIME:
76.50/79.41/69.57
SOUND/SOURCE:
Disc One: Soundboard mono, Disc Two, Tracks 1-9, 23: Soundboard stereo; Tracks 10-22,24: Soundboard mono, Disc Three, Tracks 1,3,4,5,9,12,14,15,17,18: Soundboard stereo, Tracks 2,6-8,10,11,13,15,19,20: Soundboard mono.
PACKAGING:
Fatboy Case with OBI & 4 folds promo paper
 


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SOUND 9.5 / PACKAGING 10 / PERFORMANCE 10

 
TRACK LIST:

Disc One: 1. 19th Nervous Breakdown, 2. Sad Day, 3. Take It Or Leave It, 4. Think, 5. Mother’s Little Helper, 6. Goin’ Home, 7. Sittin’ On A Fence, 8. Doncha Bother Me, 9. Ride On, Baby, 10. Looking Tired, 11. Take It Or Leave It, 12. Doncha Bother Me, 13. Sittin’ On A Fence, 14. Mother’s Little Helper, 15. Think, 16. Sad Day, 17. Ride On, Baby, 18. Looking Tired, 19. Goin’ Home, 20. 19th Nervous Breakdown.

Disc Two: 1. Take It Or Leave It, 2. Doncha Bother Me, 3. Sittin’ On A Fence 4. Mother’s Little Helper, 5. Think, 6. Ride On, Baby, 7. Looking Tired, 8. Goin’ Home, 9 19th Nervous Breakdown, 10. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, 11. As Tears Go By, 12. 19th Nervous Breakdown, 13. Under My Thumb, 14. I Am Waiting, 15. Paint It Black, 16. Lady Jane, 17. Interview, 18. Paint It Black, 19. Paint It Black, 20. Lady Jane, 21. 19th Nervous Breakdown, 22. Lady Jane, 23. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, 24. Stu Ball.

Disc Three: 1. 19th Nervous Breakdown, 2. 19th Nervous Breakdown, 3. 19th Nervous Breakdown, 4. 19th Nervous Breakdown, 5. Sad Day, 6. And Mr. Spector And Mr Pitney  Came Too (on cover Aftermath), 7. Con Le Mie Lacrime #1, 8. Con Le Mie Lacrime #2, 9. If You Let Me, 10. Long Long While, 11. Mother’s [   Little Helper, 12.   Out Of Time, 13. Out Of Tine, 14. Out Of Time, 15. Think, 16. Paint It Black, 17. Paint It Black, 18. Paint It Black, 19. Goin’ Home, 20. What To Do.

 
REVIEW:

This release presents in fact a summary of what was released on The Aftermath Srssions- Could You Walk On The Water? by WLR which in turn collected many recording sessions for Aftermath, the first album with all own compositions the band had, that have appeared online. The first disc presents a copy of the first Could You Walk On The Water? bootleg, allegedly the one disc version of Sister Morphine followed by the second version featuring mono tracks; Disc Two starts wth the stereo tracks except for Sad Day followed by TV Appearances, from the Ed Sullivan Show from February as well as from September to Ready Steady Go, Thank Your Lucky Stars to the Eammon Andrews Show; at the end of this disc there are 3 Aftermath tracks by the Aranbee Pop Symphony Orchestra (directed by K.Richards), Glyn Johns single Lady Jane that features Brian Jones on sitar and was only released in Spain, Nicky Hopkins version of Satisfaction from his first album The Revolutionary Piano and Ian Stewart single with the Railroaders Stu Ball that has Bill Wyman on bass and Keith Richards on guitar (Tony Meehan played the drums); it came out on March 11th 1966 as B Side of Bobbie Miller single Everywhere. Disc Three present more rarities and outtakes starting with 4 takes of 19th Nervous Breakdown that was not included in Aftermath, anyway these are alternate mixes, then Sad Day remixed from mono to stereo and a track Abkco or A.Oldham called Aftermath for the proposed Necrophilia album, which is in fact And Mr. Spector And Mr. Pitney Came Too from 1964 that is kind of out of context here. Then follows Fanny Mae from a BBC broadcast and 2 versions of Con le Mie Lacrime, the song recorded in Italian by Jagger-Richards. From Metamorphosis comes If You let me and Long Long While in stereo followed by Mother’s Little Helper with Keith Richards vocals and 3 takes of Out Of Time, the last being the duet with Chris Farlowe, Think alternate version comes next, followed by 3 more takes of Paint It Black consisting of an alternate mix, of the stereo Rolled Gold version and of another stereo alternate mix. The most remarkable track here is Goin’ Home that lasts just less than 7 minutes and is said to come from an acetate having been edited and reconstructed, the last song being What To Do remixed. What to say about this release, then? Well, nothing new as expected, but nice sound and cover.


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