ROLLING STONES - CD
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LABEL:
Golden Eggs EGG 106
SOURCE:
Tracks 1-2,4,5: Pathe Marconi St., Paris 11 Nov.-19 Dec.82, Track 3: Compass Point, Nassau April-late May 83, Track 6,11,13: Pathe Marconi St. Paris 10 Oct.-15 Dec,77; Track 7: unknown studio, Paris mid Oct.- 7 Nov.82; Tracks 8-10: Mobile Recording Unit, Paris April-June 81; Track 12: Compass Point, Nassau 2 Jan.-12 Febr.79.
FORMAT:
1 picture cd
RUNNING TIME:
67.09
SOUND/SOURCE:
Soundboard Stereo except for Track 7: Soundboard mono
PACKAGING:
Trifold cardboard cover
 


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SOUND 10 / PACKAGING 10 / PERFORMANCE 10

 
TRACK LIST:

1. Mick s Idea (In Your Hand), 2. Pull Over, 3. Dog Shit, 4. Part Of The Night, 5. The Dog, 6. When You re Gone I, 7. Gotta Know You I, 8. Neighbours III, 9. Slave III, 10. Waiting On A Friend III, 11. Guess I Should Know (Should Have Known on cover), 12. It s Cold Down There II, 13. Light Up.

 
REVIEW:

This release from Golden Eggs presents great sessions tracks from 1977 through 1982. According to the inner notes the disc is divided in three sections, the first 7 songs are Undercover tracks that were not on Eat a Peach Foxes in the Boxes nor on this label Show Me Your Workings (since they have been disseminated later) claimed to be significant upgrades of what has already circulated. On the first seven tracks there are mostly instrumental songs with Mick s ideas featuring an electric piano jam with basic lyrics laid down. Dog Shit comes from Keith that leads the band through antsy, writhing blues images featuring a brass section. Part of the Night is basically Golden Caddy with lyrics while The Dog is a return to 50s rock with a gel of piano underneath. When you are gone is a short grumbling blues  with a squeaky riff and Gotta Know You a studio rehearsal Buffy Holly inspired mid tempo rocker, here in the instrumental version.

The second section   has 3 pre release Tattoo You mixes offering tracks that feature Sonny Rollins on saxophone, according to the liner notes it seems that the jazz icon joined the band following his wife who insisted that he would go to the studio; however he did not want t be credited and turned down the band s request to come joining them live when they toured. Apart from the latter part, it is not true that Sonny Rollins has not been credited on Tattoo You, however only on two tracks out of three feature him on the album (Neighbours and Waiting On A Friend), these are alternate sax versions. A good surprise is that three tracks are in stereo contrary to the mono versions that are found on Collectors Treasures 1993-2012.

Finally the last three songs are upgrades from Early Stitches bootleg, recorded during the sessions that lead to Tattoo You but never made it to the album.

 


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