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ROLLING STONES - Vinyl
DUB & DOUGLAS PRESENT

LABEL:
Casino Records Ent.
SOURCE:
Inglewood Forum, Los Angeles November 8th 1969 2nd show.
FORMAT:
2 green vinyl LP.
RUNNING TIME:
19.33/16.40/21.05/18.30
SOUND/SOURCE:
Audience mono
PACKAGING:
Gatefold sleeve with insert, additional sticker on plastic sleeve Lim. Ed. Of 400 Numbered copies
 


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SOUND 8.5 / PACKAGING 10 / PERFORMANCE 10
 

TRACK LIST:

Side A: 1. Introduction, 2. Jumping Jack Flash, 3. Carol, 4. Sympathy For The Devil

Side B; 1. Stray Cat Blues, 2. Prodigal Son, 3. You Gotta Move, 4. Love In Vain

Side C: 1. I m Free, 2. Under My Thumb, 3. Midnight Rambler, 4. Live With Me

Side D: 1. Little Queenie, 2. Satisfaction, 3. Honky Tonk Women, 4. Street Fighting Man

 
REVIEW:

This release presents again the Stones second show in Los Angeles on their 1969 US Tour and is basically a copy of what had been released on compact some time ago. The difference resides on packaging, since the superb gatefold cover with plenty of photos of the event, the green thick vinyl LPs and the additional insert with an essay on bootleg albums by a John Nohnn (if that is his real name probably the bottom of cover claim that the record is distributed by the Family Affair Company is true) all provide proof of the vast superiority in packaging of vinyl bootlegs. This concert had been released many times before; at first on vinyl in April 93 as L.A. 69 by OBR together with a 7 inch in 150 copies on blue vinyl, but without Jumping Jack Flash and with a cut on   Midnight Rambler, re-releasing it as Special Collector’s Series vol.18; then as a picture disc in November 93 called Welcome to L.A. (without the 7 inch) and later as number 34 of Works. On compact it came out complete in November 95 as part of Cocaine on a Dentist Chair (VGP 068), Born in a Crossfire Hurricane (Sonic Zoom SZ 1002) that came from a 2nd source, clearer but distant and running too fast, then in August 94 Street Hassle in L.A. (Stonehenge STO 001) was released in Europe, taken from a tape that came out in 92. Picaresque Sounds copied OBR release with Lost Satanic Tour 69 (PS 02); on cdr Wish You Were (copied from a cassette tape) here presented the whole show including Sam Cutler introduction, while also Sister Morphine released this show in December 2006 as One Late Night at the Forum (MORPH 054), in 2007 came out Let it Bleat (Palladium) and the concert was also part of the box In Concert 1969 (WLR 2160). DAC had released under the name L.A.69 (DAC 120) that included Sam Cutler introduction but also in 2012 as Western Affair Vol. 1(DAC 124) which presented the 1st show as well: this release however presented a different source, both concert having been recorded but never used by TMOQ for their bootleg releases. This could represent a great gift for any aged (or young) collector, even if it will hardly be found on your local supermarket store.



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