ROLLING STONES - CD
BOSTON GARDENS 72 2ND NIGHT

LABEL:
DAR 762
SOURCE:
Garden, Boston July 19th 1972.
FORMAT:
1 downlioad cdr
RUNNING TIME:
73.49
SOUND/SOURCE:
Tracks 1-10, 13-16: Audience stereo, Tracks 11.12: Audience mono
PACKAGING:
single slimline jewel case
 


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SOUND 8 / PACKAGING 8 / PERFORMANCE 9.5

 
TRACK LIST:

1. Intro, 2. Brown Sugar, 3. Bitch, 4. Rocks Off, 5. Gimme Shelter, 6. Happy, 7. Tumbling Dice, 8. Love In Vain, 9. Sweet Virginia, 10. You Can t Always Get What You Want, 11. All Down The Line, 12. Midnight Rambler, 13. Bye Bye Johnny, 14. Rip This Joint, 15. Jumping Jack Flash, 16. Street Fighting Man.

 
REVIEW:

This newly found recording is a mix of two different sources of the Stones 2nd night in Boston in 1972. This show is the one that followed the concert delayed due to Jagger & Richards Warwick arrest for hitting a newspaper man. This concert has appeared always coupled with the 18th July concert as Ginsoaked Barroom Queen in Boston (Weeping Goat 008) mono with Sweet Virginia fading in, with two sources, the first part excellent, the second part worst sounding, Midnight Gamblers (Exile EXM 009 A/B), Jailhouse Rock (DAC 062), Jailhouse Rock (Pignose PGN 089) stereo, Boston 1972 (no label) presenting the same source as Jailhouse Rock (DAC 062) with pitch corrected. This stereo recording was possibly taped by the same person who taped the stereo recording of the previous night. This is a low generation source having several cuts on tracks 8,9,10,13,14 whose gaps were patched with the mono source that appeared on the Exile and DAC bootlegs. In several places, the stereo recording's left channel had some dropouts, so the right channel supplements it which makes those parts mono (Tracks 3,7). Two tracks were missing completely, so the mono recording was used to make a complete show; the Intro basically consists of audience screaming at the band’s appearance. This recording has apparently never been used on bootleg, presumably due to the cuts; guitars are louder here, with drums barely audible as usual for the '72 recordings. This is a nice discovery which may be ‘grabbed’ by some label and released on the silver market, since many Stones fans still highly regard the ‘72 US Tour and are eager to get improved versions of the band’s best gigs.


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