ON TOUR '64 cd
|All 1964, Tracks 1-6: Santa Monica Civic Auditorium (TAMI Awards) 29 October, Tracks 7,8: Mike Douglas Show, Cleveland 18 June (bc 25 June by KYW-TV3), Tracks 9,10: Joe Loss Pop Show, BBC Light 17 July bc 23 July, Tracks 11-13: Joe Loss Pop Show, BBC Light 10 April, Track 14: Star Sound or Pye St. London 6 February, Tracks 15,16: Arthur Haynes Show, Elstree St. Borehamwood 7 February, bc 8 February, Track 17: Go Man Go! Maida Vale, London 24 January, Track 18: Top Beat Royal A. Hall, London 27 April 1st show (on booklet Tracks 17,18: live on UK Tour, bc on BBC Saturday Club on 8 March), Tracks 19,20: Ed Sullivan Show, New York 25 October, Tracks 21-23: Big Beat 64, Wembley Empire Pool 26 April, bc 3 May by ABC, Tracks 24-26: Hollywood Palace show, Los Angeles 3 June, bc 13 June & 26 September, Tracks 27-31: Kurzaal, Kurhaus, Scheveningen (on cover The Hague), Nederland 8 August, bc by REM TV Radio Veronica, Track 32: Spa Royal Hall, Bridlington 11 July, bc 21 September as part of World In Action Pop Industry Report 1964/The Flip Side by Granada TV, Track 33: St. Heller Springfield Hall, Jersey (on cover New Theatre Ballroom, St. Peter’s Port) Channel Islands 21 August (on cover 18 August) bc 24 August by TMW (on cover ITV).
|single slimline jewel case
SOUND 9 / PACKAGING 9.5
/ PERFORMANCE 10
1. Around And Around, 2. Off The Hook, 3. Time Is On My Side, 4. It’s
All Over Now, 5. I’m Alright, 6. Let’s Get Together, 7. Carol, 8. Not Fade
Away, 9. Carol, 10. Mona, 11. Not Fade Away, 12. High Heel Sneakers, 13. I Just
Want To Make Love To You, 14. Ad Breaks-Rice Krispies, 15. I Wanna Be Your Man,
16. You Better Move On, 17. Roll Over Beethoven, 18. Beautiful Delilah, 19. Around
And Around, 20. Time Is On My Side, 21. Not Fade Away, 22. I Just Want To Make
Love To You, 23. I’m Alright, 24. I Just Want To Make Love To You, 25. Not Fade
Away, 26. Not Fade Away (Take 1), 27. Beautiful Delilah, 28.Walking The Dog, 29.
High Heel Sneakers, 30. Susie Q., 31. Mona, 32. High Heel Sneakers/Not Fade Away,
33. I’m Movin’ On.
release from 1960s Records is basically an enhanced copy of its vinyl
counterpart, although there are few differences, apart from the front cover
that is just similar.
on the Stones live 1964 broadcasts, presenting content that is identical to the
vinyl with some interesting additions. It starts with the famous TAMI show that
the Stones, as written in the accompanying booklet liner notes, just accepted
to do in order to pay their airplane fare back home, according to Keith
Richards autobiography. Two songs from the Mike Douglas show follow, recorded
by the band on their first ever US Tour at their Cleveland stop.
two different sessions for Joe Loss Pop Show from BBC Light, not included in
the band’s official On Air release. The Rice Krispies ad is the only one surviving
from the 2 different ones recorded, engineered by Gln Johns; two tracks from
the Arthur Haynes show are next which come from the best tv footage circulating
as per quality.
following tracks have baffled Stones archivists for years, Roll Over Beethoven
and Beautiful Delilah come from the band’s third UK Tour earlier that year and
were supposed to have been broadcasted on Saturday Club on March 8th,
but unfortunately no Stones site confirms such date for that show; it seems
they come from other shows. These versions are however nice sounding with no
much hiss as previously heard on many other bootlegs.
From the US
second visit come the two songs from the Ed Sullivan show, followed by another well-known
UK broadcast, the Big Beat 64 from Wembley, this time broadcasted by ABC. Next
is the famous Hollywood Palace show where a drunk Dean Martin mocked the band,
so much so that Jagger complained later to their manager Eric Easton; included
here is also a rehearsal version of Not Fade Away. The famous Kurhaus concert
in the Netherlands comes after, being easy to distinguish Beautiful Delilah but
the other songs (Walking The Dog, High Heel Sneakers, and especially Susie Q. and Mona)
are not easy to be identified, because Jagger's microphone cord was pulled by fans; this recording comes from radio Veronica that
recorded the whole set, broadcasting it later and has been officially released
as another grey market product last year, reviewed here as well. Track 32 is a
mix of two live songs recorded on a Granada TV report (incomplete) which appear
on disc for the very first time, proving this label keeps on searching for nuggets
for Stones fans, the set closing with the other great discoveries offered on
this cd: a live track that never surfaced before which is I’m Moving On that
was broadcasted by Channel Islands television TMW on a program called Here Today
that has appeared on YouTube recently; including Jagger-Jones short interviews at
the end of the song, this here is a valuable historic find.
quite good and well balanced, sounding as if coming from an official release by
the band itself, instead that from a grey market (although legally legitimate) release.
is nice and tasty as per this label’s tradition, some sources are wrong though,
including the one for I’m Moving On with liner notes written by Ruby Twosday,
which is just another nickname the label’s producer has chosen this time.
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