ROLLING STONES - DVD
GET YER YA YA’S OUT LIVER THAN YOU’LL EVER SEE 1969 50TH TOUR ANNIVERSARY

LABEL:
Midimannz
SOURCE:
(all 1969): Tracks 1-15: Madison Square Gardens, New York 27th and 28th November (audio from Boston Garden 29th November 2nd show), Track 16: Press Conference Rockfeller Center, Rainbow Room New York, 26th November and The Road to Altamont; Extra. Track 17: 7 December KSAN Post Altamont radio show, Track 18: private film 5 December.
FORMAT:
Download DVD-R, 14:9 & 16:9, NTSC
RUNNING TIME:
1.16.53 m.
SOUND/SOURCE:
Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo
PACKAGING:
DCD Standard Clamshell
 


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SOUND 8.5 / PACKAGING 10 / PERFORMANCE 10

 

TRACK LIST:

1. Jumping Jack Flash, 2. Carol, 3. Sympathy For The Devil, 4. Stray Cat Blues, 5. Love In Vain, 6. Prodigal Son, 7. You Gotta Move, 8. Under My Thumb, 9. I m Free, 10. Midnight Rambler, 11. Live With Me, 12 Little Queenie, 13. Satisfaction, 14. Honky Tonk Women, 15. Street Fighting Man, 16. New York Press Conference, 17. Extra footage MJ and J.Garcia

 
REVIEW:

The 1969 USA tour has been on Stones collectors radar for just 50 years. Following the release of Get Yer Ya Ya s Out and especially of the Gimme Shelter movie the band on the big screen with the loud soundtrack attracted many fans all over the world and that tour cemented their relationship with the Rolling Stones to this day.
In retrospect it seemed wrong that Altamont was the focus of the movie, and it has always been felt the need to actually view a full concert footage. This project from renowned Stones fan and video editor Midimannz was decided a year ago, after a meeting and chat with Sam Cutler at a local event, when he finally considered to create a real 50th Anniversary 1969 USA tour video, one where Altamont was framed away from the successful concerts the band put on as they roared through the States. Thanks to many rare recordings gathered from other good people around the world who were interested in the project and wanted to help this project saw the light of day. Some footage was too grainy or too jerky, however it has been managed to squeeze out some good bits. Live footage of tracks like Sympathy For The Devil and Love In Vain were unavailable, so was decided to coax them from other recordings, but will serve for this purpose. Much has also been coloured to fit the times. The holy grail arrived late this year in the form of an almost complete beautiful audio recording of Boston 1969 2nd show. Now the goal was to have a full concert out before Boston 29th November 1969 50th Anniversary.
The video was synced to fit the non-overdubbed audio, overall sounds have been somewhat balanced and merged for continuity during the fade in/fade out of   chapters.
DVD sources include 1969 (Jointrip), Ya Ya s bonus footage, Gimme Shelter   and YouTube videos. Also notable is private sourced Detroit footage with sound (Stray Cat Blues) which is a first. All was merged with the Boston audio where possible. There was no video for Sympathy For The Devil or Love In Vain which was any good so it was used Jagger s close up footage from David Frost sped it up 5-6% to fit Boston audio. Same for Love In Vain where was used Ed Sullivan Love In Vain close up footage that was sped up around 3-4% to fit. Midnight Rambler has the last minute or so of actual footage. Audience noise between the tracks was applied for an easier transition between chapters and the entire sound volume has been levelled out. On the extras logo removal was applied for easier viewing. The press conference was edited with sharpener and the KSAN Audio was applied to Gimme Shelter and Altamont clips.
Too bad the Maysles footage that was shown in a theatre before the film director passed away was not recorded, until then this will probably remain the best video tribute to that fabulous 1969 tour. Kudos to the great artwork for DVD BluRay from Jurgen.


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