ROLLING STONES - DVD
IN COLOR VOL.3

LABEL:
Mayflower MF 161
SOURCE:
Tracks 1-8: Ed Sullivan Show 2 May 65, Tracks 9-11: Hullaballoo 17 February 66 (bc 20 February); Tracks 12-17: Bandstand Special 17 February 66 (bc 20 February); Track 18: Royal Albert Hall, London 23 September 66; Track 19: Top Of The Pops 25 January 67 (bc 26 January).
FORMAT:
1 picture DVD 16:9, NTSC
RUNNING TIME:
53.56
SOUND/SOURCE:
Mono PCM 48/16.
PACKAGING:
Single Slimline Jewel Case with OBI
 


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SOUND 9 / PACKAGING 9 / PERFORMANCE 10

 
TRACK LIST:

1. Opening-Commercial, 2. The Last Time, 3. Topo Gigio, 4. Little Red Rooster, 5. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love, 6. Commercial, 7. Other Actors Appearance, 8. 2120 South Michigan Avenue, 9. Opening (incl. Satisfaction), 10. She Said Yeah!, 11. Get Off Of My Cloud, 12. Introduction, 13. Get Off Of My Cloud, 14. Play With Fire, 15. 19th Nervous Breakdown, 16. As Tears Go By, 17. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, 18. Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow?, 19. Let’s Spend The Night Together.      

 
REVIEW:

The last volume of the series presents footage reaching the year 1967. The first show is Ed Sullivan May 65 which is again presented in its entirety including commercials, comedy acts and jugglers and featured Ed Sullivan himself with Topo Gigio; this is the episode where on The Last Time and 2120 South Michigan Avenue the Stones appeared amid many chandeliers pending from the ceiling, a bizarre set up able to spark a full smile even to Charlie Watts; also featured is Tom Jones, too bad Everybody Needs Somebody To Love is missing. Next is the Hullaballoo show from November 65 that opens up with scenes from Charlie is my Darling and the Hullaballoo Orchestra. This footage was officially released in 1998. After that we get Bandstand Special from February 66, this was an Australian show where the band performed in payback. Have You See Your Mother, Baby comes from Pete Whitehead promofilm and Let’s Spend the Night Together from Top of the Pops in late January 67, again in playback, strangely Ruby Tuesday has not been included. This seems to be the last volume of the series, but there are many shows which could be treated this way and maybe it is all a matter of finding material good enough to be transformed in color.


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