ROLLING STONES - CD
: GENUINE BBC MASTERS

LABEL:
SB 001
SOURCE:
Disc One, Tracks 1-3: Saturday Club 23 Sept.63; Tracks 4-9: Saturday Club 3 Feb. 64; Track 10: Go Man Go 24 Jan.64; Track 11: Top Beat 27 Apr.64 (Tracks 10,11 Saturday Club 8 March 64 on cover); Tracks 12-15: Blues in Rhythm 19 March 64; Tracks 16-20: Joe Loss Pop Show 10 Apr. 64; Tracks 21-26: Saturday Club 13 Apr.64; Tracks 27-31: Saturday Club 25 May 64. Disc Two, Track 1-5: Joe Loss Pop Show 17 July 64; Tracks 6-11: Top Gear 17 July 64; Track 12: Rhythm And Blues 8 October 64; Tracks 13-17: Top Gear 1 March 65; Tracks 18-25: Saturday Club 20 Aug. 65; Tracks 26, 27: Top Of The Pops 12 June 68; Track 28: Top Of The Pops 3 July 69).
FORMAT:
2 downlioad cdrs
RUNNING TIME:
76.12/70.08
SOUND/SOURCE:
Soundboard mono, except for Disc One, Tracks 12-15: Soundboard stereo. Original Sources: Disc One, Tracks 1-3, 12-15, 21, Disc Two, Track 12: BBC Pre-FM Archive Masters Disc One, Tracks 4-11, 16-20, 22-31, Disc Two, Tracks 1-11: Off-Air Fan Recordings Disc Two, Tracks 13-28: BBC Pre-FM Transcription Discs
PACKAGING:
Double Slimline Jewel case
 


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SOUND 9.5 / PACKAGING 9.5 / PERFORMANCE 10

 
TRACK LIST:

Disc One: 1. Come On, 2. Memphis, Tennessee, 3. Roll Over Beethoven, 4. Don’t Lie To Me, 5. Mona, 6. Walking The Dog, 7. Bye Bye Johnny, 8. You Better Move On, 9. I Wanna Be Your Man, 10. Roll Over Beethoven, 11. Beautiful Delilah, 12. Route 66, 13. Cops And Robbers, 14. You Better Move On, 15. Mona, 16. Not Fade Away, 17. Hi Heeled Sneakers, 18. Little By Little, 19. I Just Want To Make Love To You, 20. I’m Moving On, 21. Not Fade Away, 22. I Just Wanna Make Love To You, 23. Walking The Dog, 24. Beautiful Delilah, 25. Hi Heeled Sneakers, 26. Carol, 27. Down in The Bottom, 28. You Can Make It If You Try, 29. Route 66, 30. Confessin’ The Blues, 31. Down The Road Apiece.

Disc Two: 1. It’s All Over Now, 2. If You Need Me, 3. Confessin’ The Blues, 4. Carol, 5. Mona, 6. Around And Around, 7. If You Need Me, 8. I Can’t Be Satisfied, 9. Crackin’ Up, 10. Ain’t That Loving You Baby, 11. It’s All Over Now, 12. 2120 South Michigan Avenue, 13. Interview With Brian & Mick, 14. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love, 15. Interview With Mick, 16. The Last Time, 17. Down The Road Apiece, 18. Mercy Mercy, 19. Interview With Mick 1, 20. Cry To Me, 21. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, 22. Fanny Mae, 23. Interview With Mick 2, 24. The Spider & The Fly, 25. Oh Baby (We Got A God Thing Goin’), 26. Interview With Brian & Mick, 27. Jumpin’ Jack Flash, 28. Hony Tonk Women.        

 
REVIEW:
The appearance of a new label is always seen with interest, specially if it offers products like this and the next one which are in stunning quality, soon to be copied by some Japan shark label but at this time free to be downloaded and enjoyed by Stones fans and collectors from the IORR message board.
This release was carefully compiled from the best available sources. In addition to being complete, it is an audiophile-minded alternative to the usual noise-reduced and fake stereo commercial boots and the disappointing official release. This is an upgrade to the Ass Blaster releases Complete BBC Sessions (AB 047) and Definitive BBC Sessions (AB 018) which had some mistakes and the DAC release (Bright Lights Big City Revisited DAC 194) which was mostly just stolen from the Ass Blaster discs as well as other sources. So, apart for excellent quality of known broadcasts, all having the same volume level, we also get here the 3rd version of Hony Tonk Women from 3 July 69, the first came from the color video, the second from the b&w lost version that has different live vocals & audience and this third one that has slightly different vocals, no audience and different outro. Interesting is also the Jumpin’ Jack Flash take, that may come too from Top of the Pops, whose broadcast date was unknow before. Beautiful Delilah is from Saturday Club’s 13 April 63 and after someone complained t has been changed including the dj intro, being no longer cut like on the official On Air album, however without the fake bass sound. The uncut version was released on the Bright Light Big City Revisited (DAC-194) boot. Some tracks introductions are new as well with regards to the tapes versions, like the second one by Jagger when he speaks of A. Oldham's contribution in the studio and especially the Jagger & Jones interview before Jumpin' Jack Flash
. Talking about packaging the black & white photos are really great and fit in an excellent way; concerning the discs it would have been better to offer each disc in a separate folder, in order to avoid any possible mistake in tracks order, it kind of becomes hard to add manually each song at the end (31 and 28 tracks for each disc).
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