EMOTIONAL RESCUE REWORKED
|WLR Salvation Recordings
|Disc One, Tracks 1-4, 7-11: Pathe Marconi St. Boulange Billancourt (on booklet Boulogne) 10 June-19 Oct.79, Track 5: Electric Lady St. New York Nov.-Dec.79 & Jan.80, Track 6: RCA St. Los Angeles 26 Aug.-6 Sept.78; Disc Two, Tracks 1-3,11,12: Electric Lady St. New York Nov.-Dec.79 & Jan.80, Tracks 4-6: RCA St. Los Angeles 26 Aug.-6 Sept.78, Tracks7-10: Pathe Marconi St. Boulange Billancourt 10 June-19 Oct.79, Track 13: Compass Point St. Nassau 22 Jan.-12 Feb. 79; Discs Three, Four: RCA St. Los Angeles 26 Aug.-6 Sept. 78 except for Disc Four Track 11: Pathe Marconi St. Boulange Billancourt 10 Oct.-15 Dec.77; Discs Five, Six: Compass Point St. Nassau 22 Jan.-12 Feb.79; Disc Seven: Pathe Marconi St. Boulange Billancourt 10 June-19 Oct.79; Disc Eight, Tracks 1-4,7-15: Pathe Marconi St. Boulange Billancourt 10 June-19 Oct.79, Tracks 5,6,16: Compass Point, Nassau 22 Jan.-12 Feb. 79.
|8 Picture cds
|Cardboard box Limited edition of 300 numbered copies) holding 8 picture cds and a 24 pages booklet.
SOUND 9.5 / PACKAGING 9
/ PERFORMANCE 9
Disc One: 1.
Dance#1, 2. Dance #2, 3. Dance #3, 4. Dance #4, 5. Dance #5, 6. Summer Romance #3. 7. Summer Romance #4. 8. Summer Romance #5, 9.
Summer Romance #6, 10. Send It To Me #1, 11. Let Me Go #1.
Disc Two: 1.
Indian Girl #2, 7. Indian Girl #3, 8. Indian Girl #4. 4. Where The Boys Go#1, 5.
Where The Boys Go #2, 6. Where The Boys Go #3, 7. Where The Boys Go #4, 8. Where
The Boys Go#5, 9. Down In The Hole#1, 10. Emotional Rescue #2, 11. All About
You #2, 12. She’s So Cold#1.
1. Back In The USA, 2. Blues With A Feeling, 3. I Ain’t Superstitious, 4. I’ll
Let You Know#1,5. I’ll Let You Know#2, 6. Knee Trembler, 7. Jimmy Reed Jam, 8.
My First Plea #1, 9. My First Plea #2, 10. My First Plea #3, 11. My First Plea #4,
12. My First Plea #5, 13. My First Plea #6.
Disc Four: 1.
Not The Way To Go #1, 2. Not The Way To Go #2, 3. Not
The Way To Go #3, 4. Not The Way To Go #4 (on booklet Fully Finished), 5. One
Night, 6. Serious Love, 7. The Harder They Come, 8. Tallahassee Lassie, 9. What
Am I Living For #1, 10. What Am I Living For #2, 11. What Gives You The Right #1,
12. What Gives You The Right #2, 13. What Gives You The Right #3, 14. Your Angel
Steps Out Of Heaven.
1. Blues Jam #1, 2. Blues Jam #2, 3. Trouble Is Coming (aka Break Away) #1, 4. Trouble
Is Coming #2, 5. Dancing Girls, 6. Gangster’s Moll, 7. Guitar Lessons #1, 8. Guitar Lessons #2, 9. I Think I’m Going Mad
#1, 10. I Think I’m Going Mad
#2, 11. I Think I’m Going Mad
#3, 12. I Think I’m Going Mad
#4, 13. It’s Cold Down There #1, 14. It’s Cold
Down There #2.
1. Let’s Go Steady Again #1, 2. Let’s Go Steady Again #2, 3. Linda Lu #1, 4. Linda
Lu #2, 5. Lonely At The Top#1, 6. Lonely At The Top #2, 7. Munich Hilton #6, 8.
Never Too Into, 9. Piano Instrumental (aka Feel No Pain No More), 10.
Reconsider Baby/Sweet Home Chicago, 11. Still In Love #1, 12. What’s The Matter.
1. It’s A Lie#1, 2. It’s A Lie#2, 3. It’s A Lie #3, 4. Jah Is Not Dead, 5.
Unknown Jam #1 (aka Stuck In The Cold), 6. Unknown Jam #2, 7. Unknown Jam #3.
1. Hang Fire #4, 2. Hang Fire #5, 3. Hang Fire#6, 4. Heaven #1, 5. Little T&A
#2, 6. Little T&A #3, 7. Neighbours #1, 8. No Use In Crying #1, 9. No Use
In Crying #2, 10. No Use In Crying #3, 11. No Use In Crying #4, 12. No Use In
Crying #5, 13. We Had It All #1, 14. We Had It All #2, 15. We Had It All #3, 16.
Let’s Go Steady Again #2.
here yet another work from StoneyRoad that is being released on silver disc
this time the Emotional Rescue sessions that have been reworked; Discs One and
Two present the album tracks, Discs Three and Four the RCA Sessions that have
nothing to do with Emotional Rescue, Discs Five and Six sessions from Compass
Point Studio 1979, Disc Seven Pathe Marconi sessions from 1979 and Disc Eight
present tracks used later for Tattoo You, the fact being that after the release
of Some Girls and Tattoo You Reworked this additional disc came out. Let’s now
get into each disc, the first one starts with 6 versions of Dance, the first
one is complete with count in, then follow 4 takes with early lyrics (the last
two slower with different count ins) and finally from the Electric Lady Studios
a mix of Dance Pt.1 and If I Was A Dancer; next there are 4 tales of Summer
Romance, the first with count in then a more finished version, a version with different
vocals but less guitar and piano and the version with finished lyrics and
backing vocals. The disc ends with the first take of Send It To Me (over 6
minutes long) and Let Me Go, without sax.
Disc Two begins
with 3 versions of Indian Girl the long one, the short one and one with
different intro, followed by 5 version of Where The Boys Go, the first two with
early lyrics, the third one just 33 seconds long is incomplete with more piano,
then a long version one with piano intro and the last with different lead vocals.
Next is Down In The Hole and Emotional Rescue long versions, followed by
another version of the latter with more instruments and echo effects. This disc
ends with All About You guide vocals by Keith Richards and Jagger on backing vocals
and the early long version of She’s So Cold.
features tracks from the 78 RCA sessions with many covers of songs by other artists
(C.Berry, Rabon Tarrant, Willie Dixon) that have nothing to do with the E.Rescue
Sessions as well as some tracks attempted by the Stones like the 2 versions of
I’ll Let you Know, one with piano intro, the other with guitar intro, some instrumentals
(Knee Trembler, Jimmy Reed Jam) and 6 tales of the latter writer’s My First
Plea, the first without piano in the intro, then with piano, a slowed take, one
that has comments in the end and two more.
for Disc Four that starts with 4 versions of Not The Way To Go (long version
almost 10 minutes, an instrumental version with Ian McLagan organ upfront, a more
worked take and the 3.42 minutes fully finished one); next are 4 covers: One
Night, the famous tune by Dave Bartholomew with off mike vocals, Serious Love
by Alvin Ranglin, The Harder They Come by Jimmy Cliff and Tallahassee Lassie by
Freddy Cannon/Frank Slay/Bob Crewe. Then there are two versions of
F.Jacobson/F.Harris’ What Am I Living For, one
with organ intro and the other with guitar intro, as well as 3 takes of What Gives
You The Right: the first with pedal steel guitar actually from 1977, the 2nd with
early lyrics and 3rd one with more finished lyrics; the disc ends
with the cover of Jack Ripley’s Your Angel Steps Out Of Heaven.
has the Compass Point sessions that begin with 2 Blues Jams, two takes of Trouble’s
A Coming, the latter fully finished, Dancing Girls, the famous Gangster’s Moll
and a fast instrumental called Guitar Lessons in 2 different mixes. Next, we
have 4 takes of I Think I’m Going Mad, the first with no sax and some falsetto
vocals, the second with sax intro but piano entering later, while on the third
one earlier and the final take is a short one. What follow are 2 versions of It’s
Cold Down There that close this disc, the fast uptempo first take instrumental
is short, the second almost 4 minutes long. These sessions continue on Disc Six
which shows more covers beginning with James Alexander’s Let’s Go Steady Again
in 2 different mixes, the first with 2 guitars and the second with three; then
2 versions of Ray Sharpe’s Linda Lu, the second one shorter and rougher,
although more complete. The famous Lonely At The Top is next presented in 2
different mixes and then Munich Hilton with vocals. Never Too Into It comes
next followed by a Piano Instrumental allegedly by Nicky Hopkins with Ian Stewart
on marimbas and a blues medley that features Lowell Fulson’s Reconsider Baby
and Robert Johnson’ Sweet Home Chicago. Still In Love With You with Jagger singing
in falsetto and the well known What’s The Matter end this disc. Disc Seven
presents some other tracks from Pathe Marconi Studios Jan.- Oct.79 sessions
starting with 3 versions of It’s A Lie, the first with harmonica, the second
with drums intro and the third one fully finished, followed by the long Jah Is
Not Dead that clocks in at 10.45. Three Unknown Jams close this disc, the first
one also known as Stuck in the Cold, the second is a rocking instrumental and
the third a funky one, both featuring Bobby Keys on sax., both around 9 minutes
said the Eight Disc is devoted to tracks that will end on Tattoo You and starts
with three versions of Hang Fire, the first without piano, the second with
piano and the known chorus and the third with piano coming in later; next is
the early version of Heaven followed by two talks of Little T&A, the first
instrumental and the second with early lyrics. Then there is the first take of
Neighbours and 5 takes of No Use In Crying a short and a long early versions,
then a version with the organ coming in at 2.15 and edited version and the last
one which has different vocals at the end. Three versions of We Had It All
follow, the first without harmonica, the second with it and the third one a
more worked take. A different take of Let’s Go Steady Again is the last track
and it features three guitars. At the bottom of the booklet page there is a cryptic
sentence that says that We Had It All was used for Some Girls De Luxe edition,
that was version 4 that is not included here, as specified on the Some Girls
Sessions vol. 4 (FP 080). This is nice box with great sounding outtakes and a
decent booklet, despite the many grammarical errors.
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