ROLLING STONES - Vinyl
LIVE ON DAVID FROST

LABEL:
Rhythm and Blues 1960 Records REP042
SOURCE:
Side One: LWT Frost on Saturday 29 Nov.68, Side Two: David Frost Show US 16 June 69, Track 1 bc 7 July and Track 2 bc 21 Aug.69.
FORMAT:
1 EP 33 rpm
RUNNING TIME:
6.15/8.11
SOUND/SOURCE:
Soundboard Mono
PACKAGING:
Gatefold Sleeve
 


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SOUND 10 / PACKAGING 10 / PERFORMANCE 9

 
TRACK LIST:

Side One: 1. Introduction, 2. Sympathy For The Devil.

Side Two: 1. You Can’t Always Get What You Want, 2. Honky Tonk Women.

 
REVIEW:

Here the label’s words: “The years 1968 and 1969 were turbulent years for society in general and the Rolling Stones in particular. Having decided that the psychedelia of 1967’s Their Satanic Majesties Request was not a good look, Keith Richards went back to his roots for the highly acoustic  Beggars Banquet LP. Lead track Sympathy For The Devil  made its world debut on David Frost’s primetime TV programme to a mixed reaction. It was the last time that Brian Jones would be seen on stage with the Stones (apart from Rock n Roll Circus Ed.Note): he can be glimpsed playing keyboards, and percussion on the opening verses. When the Stones recorded You Can’t Always Get What You Want and Honky Tonk Women for Frost the following year Jones was gone, replaced by Mick Taylor. For all these tracks Jagger sang over a pre-recorded backing track: Sympathy also benefitted from some additional Richards’ guitar parts.”

This 33 rpm vinyl disc has great purple labels and its contents are the soundtrack of 2 different David Grost tc specials, the first one from 68 features Brian Jones while the second one from US television is from 69; nothing new since the first one was relesased officially on DVD in 2010, while the second one is popular among collectors, however the great cover and the context itself are stunning.


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