LIVE AT MSG, NEW YORK CITY 27 & 28 NOVEMBER 1969
|Disc One: Madison Square Gardens, New York 1969 Nov.27th , Disc Two, Tracks 1-3: Madison Square Gardens, New York Nov. 28th 1st show , Tracks 4-20: Madison Square Gardens New York Nov. 28th 2nd show.
|2 downlioad cdrs
|double slimline jewel case
SOUND 9 / PACKAGING 10
/ PERFORMANCE 10
Disc One: 1.
Intro, 2. Jumpin Jack Flash, 3. Carol, 4. Sympathy For The Devil, 5. Stray Cat
Blues, 6. Love In Vain, 7. Prodigal Son, 8. You Gotta Move, 9. Under My Thumb,
10. I m Free, 11. Midnight Rambler, 12. Live With Me, 13. Little Queenie, 14. (I
Can t Get No) Satisfaction, 15. Honky Tonk Women, 16. Street Fighting Man.
Disc Two: 1. Jumpin Jack Flash, 2. Carol, 3.
Sympathy For The Devil,
4. Jumpin Jack
Flash, 5. Carol, 6. Sympathy For The Devil, 7. Stray Cat Blues, 8. Love In
Vain, 9. Prodigal Son, 10. You Gotta Move, 11. Under My Thumb, 12. I m Free,
13. Midnight Rambler, 14. Live With Me, 15. Little Queenie, 16. (I Can t Get
No) Satisfaction, 17. Honky Tonk Women, 18. Street Fighting Man
Out of the
blue on December 31st 2019 have appeared on YouTube about 130 Stones tracks (studio
and live) in order for Abkco to retain copyrights of these songs which would
have expired because of the 50 years threshold after which they would become
public domain. In order to justify copyright extension the tracks have to be
published on accessible media and remain there for a full day; of course about
late afternoon of January 1st they were all gone, but Stones
collectors do not sleep and they have all been captured and shared, despite the
fact that many have been watermarked by an annoying buzz, quickly removed by
knowledgeable and technical savvy fans. Among these gems were two complete MSG
69 concerts, the first and last and 3 songs from the second one, together with
audience tracks from other 69 concerts including Altamont.
Now some words about publishing audience recordings: a lawful publication of an
audience recording should be legally sufficient to prevent rights expiry of the
whole performance in the EU, so soundboard/multitrack recordings of the same
performance are protected as well although they technically remain unreleased.
The reason is that the protection (in case of performers rights) refers to the
performance, not to a certain recording - as long as a fixation of the
performance is made and lawfully published within 50 years of the performance
itself .This set put together in a hurry presents all the New York soundboard
tracks; it must be noted that only Jumping Jack Flash and Honky Tonk Women are
from the first MSG concert on Get Yer Ya Yas Out, the official document the
band released way back in 1970, while the 40 years anniversary issue box that
came out in 2009 featured Under My Thumb and I m Free as audio and Prodigal
Son, You Gotta Move and Satisfaction on DVD from the first show, so Abkco has
supplied 8 soundboard songs previously unavailable, of course an added bonus is
that there are no overdubs here, so for instance you can her all distortion
from Wyman s bass at the start of Under My Thumb, but that increases the
listening pleasure, not the other way around.
concert from 28th November is the one that begins with Jagger
saying: welcome to the breakfast show, the tracks that have been released
officially are Carol, Stray Cat Blues, Sympathy For The Devil, Little Queenie
and possibly Street Fighting Man on Gey Yer Ya Ya s Out, while Satisfaction
came out on cd and Under My Thumb/I m Free on DVD in 2009; thus only the
opening number Jumping Jack Flash is new here.
and final MSG show from 28th November had only Midnight Rambler and
Live With Me released on the original 1970 album and Prodigal Son, You Gotta
Move on cd in the 2009 re-release box, so 11 tracks are brand new soundboard
versions here: all in all 20 new soundboard tracks, enough to call this a
treasure trove for dedicated collectors.
fans have blamed Abkco for not having officially released these tracks, but we
should always remember that every Abkco release has passed through thorough
examination and required approval by the Stones themselves, it cannot be
minimised the fact that some friction still exists between these
corporations, it is impossible to know at the
time being who vetoed what and why. Complaints? Well it would probably have
been better to have the whole 28 November 1st show since that is
elusive even in audience form and, by the way, in stereo, but maybe that is
asking too much for the time being. Enjoy the shows and wait for the expected
rain of releases from Far East.
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