ROLLING STONES - CD
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LABEL:
Golden Eggs Egg 162
SOURCE:
Track 1: Muscle Shoals St. Florence 2-4 Dec.69, Track 2: Olympic St. London 15 March 69, Track 3: Dynamic Sound St. Kingston 25 Nov.-21 Dec.72, Tracks 4,6,7,9: Olympic St. London 13 March 68, Tracks 5,12,16,17: Olympic St. London 9-18 Dec. 69, Track 8: Newbury, Stargroves 17 Oct. 70, Track 10: Olympic St. London 25 March 68, Track 11: Villefranche sur Mer 10 July-23 Nov.71, Track 13: Island St. London 28 May 73 onwards, Track 14: Olympic St. London 16 Feb.69, Track 15: Olympic St. London 22-30 March 69, Track 18: Olympic St. London 15 March 69.
FORMAT:
1 picture disc
RUNNING TIME:
78.38
SOUND/SOURCE:
Soundboard Stereo
PACKAGING:
Trifold digipack with 4 pages booklet
 


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SOUND 10 / PACKAGING 10 / PERFORMANCE 10

 
TRACK LIST:

1. Brown Sugar, 2. Gimme Shelter, 3. Angie, 4. Factory Girl, 5. Wild Horses, 6. Prodigal Son, 7. Dear Doctor, 8. Bitch, 9. No Expectations, 10. Parachute Woman, 11. Loving Cup, 12. Dead Flowers, 13. Winter, 14. You Got The Silver, 15. Sister Morphine, 16. Brown Sugar, 17. Wild Horses, 18. You Can’t Always Get What You Want.

 
REVIEW:

This release is a copy of Glyn Johns Master Reels which in turn was the exact copy of Auction Masters, a compilation sourced from the original Glyn Johns masters, published by JBL awhile ago and reviewed here, which showcased many well known Stones outtakes that over the years have been released in the underground market on vinyl or cd, however coming from high generation recordings. Hence these are said to come all from Glyn Johns Master Reels which represent the original source. From the accompanying booklet: “The Stones Golden Era could be underlined in four ways: 1) By the change in the political temperature towards the end of the Sixties, 2) By the media that drubbed the Satanic Majesties album unimaginative, tuneless and derivative comparing it with Sgt. Pepper, 3) By the dismissal of Brian Jones and consequent employment of Mick Taylor and 4) By the fact that the production duties were shared between Glyn Johns and Jimmy Miller. Add to that the Stones stripping down their sound on Let It Bleed as they did on Beggars Banquet and the transformation of Jagger to a demonic Mephistopheles demonic character. Another stripped back album was Sticky Fingers with Taylor’s guitar magic that became a tighter glue for the band; Exile was recorded in the mouldy basement with the band that kept its vampiristic lifestyle, sleeping at daytime and recording at night for what turned out to be the most hedonistic and debauched release.

This is however a great release, which also presents the correct recording dates on the inner cover, including Loving Cup which coming from the Exile remaster 2010; for some reason however this compilation lasts 12 seconds less than the one released by Mayflower label. Packaging is excellent and tasty, offering an obituary of Jimmy Miller inside, written in 1994 when the 52 years old producer died.

 




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