ROLLING STONES - CD
ALL MEAT MUSIC WINTER TOUR 73 TARANTURA

LABEL:
Tarantura TCDRS 53 1,2-54
SOURCE:
The Forum, Inglewood, Los Angeles, January 18th , 1973
FORMAT:
3 Picture cds
RUNNING TIME:
41.02/41.12/79.41
SOUND/SOURCE:
Audience mono, Disc One: All Meat Music vinyl digitally remastered, Disc Two: Alternate source, remastered by Enigma!
PACKAGING:
Cardboard Box holding 3 picture cds. Limited ed. 100 copies
 


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SOUND 8 / PACKAGING 9 / PERFORMANCE 8

 
TRACK LIST:

Disc One: 1. Introduction, 2. Brown Sugar, 3. Bitch, 4. Rocks Off, 5. Gimme Shelter, 6. Route 66, 7. It's All Over Now, 8. Happy, 9. Tumbling Dice, 10. No Expectations.

Disc Two: 1. Sweet Virginia, 2. You Can't Always Get What You Want, 3. Dead Flowers, 4. Stray Cat Blues, 5. Live With Me, 6. All Down The Line, 7. Rip This Joint, 8. Jumpin' Jack Flash, 9. Street Fighting Man.

Disc Three: 1. Brown Sugar, 2. Bitch, 3. Rocks Off, 4. Gimme Shelter, 5. Route 66, 6. It's All Over Now, 7. Happy, 8. Tumbling Dice, 9. No Expectations, 10. Sweet Virginia, 11. You Can't Always Get What You Want, 12. Dead Flowers, 13. Stray Cat Blues, 14. Live With Me, 15. All Down The Line, 16. Rip This Joint, 17. Jumpin' Jack Flash 18. Street Fighting Man.

 

 
REVIEW:

The first release of this Benefit show held to help Nicaraguan people from the earthquake they suffered was the famous Winter tour 73 All Meat Music 2 LP (TMOQ 72006) in coloured vinyl, followed by It Was A Sunny Day (no label); other vinyl albums out were called Nicaraguan Benefit Concert (Berkley 2811), All Meat Music 2 LP (Dragonfly Rec. 411), then reprinted as Winter Tour 73 (TMOQ (73006); then there also is All You Can Eat (PQ 14) 2 LP. On cdr we got Nicaraguan Benefit Concert (Love Barrel Prod. 1998) and LA Forum 1973, then We All Benefit (C2C 10) that had Street Fighting Man fading out. On silver disc were released All Meat Music (VGP 55), the re-released taken from original tape source (VGP 283). Later Mickboy worked on this concert putting it out as equalized cdr under the title of Definitely Vintage (T&F 001), available with this same title too (Rockin’ Rott). Then came out All Meat Music Winter Tour 73 (TMOQ 2002) on cd offering the same mono audience recording ad in USA in 1993 was released a nice box with this same title (TMOQ 72006 1-2) presenting on 2 cds the whole concert in stereo in an embellished packaging. The mono recording pops up again in 2010 on Tour 1973 (WLR 2135) 13 cds + 1 DVD, in 2011 came out All Meat Music (For Fans Only 007) for the first time offering a stereo recording from this show that provided also quite a rewarding listening, since the bass frequencies are pretty much bolder than on all the previous released ones. 5 songs can be found on Complete 73 Affair (Godfather Rec.334-5) and You Can’t Always Get What You Want from this show has ended up as bonus on a Mick Taylor cd, Listen to his Ronnie (CBM 01).

All these releases lack Midnight Rambler that was played as an unexpected encore that no one seems to have recorded (but some newspaper mentioned it on their review of the show). Let’s check this release then, according to the label apart from the digital vinyl remaster of the vinyl album on Discs One and Two Disc Three presents an alternate source for this concert, although some poster commented this is the same source, only with a different mix. It is hard to say that this source is in fact different, actually the mid frequencies have been boosted close to saturation, but it seems an uncut version of the recording that was used for the vinyl release, the off clapping here and there are not conclusive evidence of the contrary. Checking Jagger’s comments before Rocks Off, Happy, Sweet Virginia and You Can’t Always Get What You Want they were not on the vinyl version; there is in fact audience clapping in between songs which were cut too from the vinyl release. The deciding factor is Street Fighting man which lasts 3.32 as usual, how many chances two different sources would have the song fading away at the same second? Instead of calling alternate source the label should have called this unedited version, I think they would have sold the same quantity, but retained their credibility.

 

 


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