ROLLING STONES - CD
ON TOUR 66 CD

LABEL:
1960s Rec. R&B98
SOURCE:
All 1966, Disc One, Tracks 1-8: Palais Theatre, Melbourne 24 February, bc by Radio 3 UZ, Tracks 9-11: Ed Sullivan Show CBS Studio 54 New York City 13 February, Tracks 12-19: International Centre, Honolulu 28 July, bc by Radio K-POI, Tracks 20-22: Ed Sullivan Show CBS Studio 54, New York City 11 September, Tracks 23,24: ABC TV The Eammon Andrews Show 6 February. Disc Two, Tracks 1-3: Ready Steady Go, Studio One Wembley 26 May, Tracks 4-13: Olympia, Paris 29 March 2nd show, bc by Europe 1 (on booklet RTL Radio), Tracks 14,15: Olympia, Paris 29 March 1st show, bc by Europe 1, Tracks 16-25: Commemorative Auditorium Showgrounds, Sydney 18 February 1st show bc by 2UW FM Radio, Track 26: Top of the Pops 17 December bc on 22 December
FORMAT:
2 picture cd
RUNNING TIME:
70.52/74.26
SOUND/SOURCE:
Soundboard Mono
PACKAGING:
Double Slimline Jewel case
 


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TRACK LIST:

Disc One: 1. The Last Time, 2. Mercy Mercy, 3. She Said Yeah, 4. Play With Fire, 5. Not Fade Away, 6. That’s How Strong My Love Is, 7. Get Off Of My Cloud, 8. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, 9. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, 10. As Tears Go By, 11. 19th Nervous Breakdown, 12. Not Fade Away, 13. The Last Time, 14. Paint It Black, 15. Lady Jane, 16. Mother’s Little Helper, 17. Get Off Of My Cloud, 18. 19th Nervous Breakdown, 19. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, 20. Paint It Black, 21. Lady Jane, 22. Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, 23. 19th Nervous Breakdown, 24. Eammon Andrews Interview.

Disc Two: 1. I Am Waiting, 2. Under My Thumb, 3. Paint It Black, 4. The Last Time, 5. 19th Nervous Breakdown, 6. Get Off Of My Cloud, 7. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, 8. Mercy Mercy, 9. She Said Yeah, 10. Play With Fire, 11. The Spider And The Fly, 12. Time Is On Mt Side, 13. I’m Alright, 14. Around And Around, 15. I’m Movin’ On, 16. Mercy Mercy, 17. She Said Yeah, 18. Play With Fire, 19. Not Fade Away, 20. The Spider And The Fly, 21. That’s How Strong My Love Is, 22. Get Off Of My Cloud, 23. 19th Nervous Breakdown, 24. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, 25. Sydney Interview, 26. Have You Seen Tour Mother, Baby.

 
REVIEW:

This release from 1960s records presents the Stones from their busiest ever year: 1966 in radio and television broadcasts, as summarized at the end of the liner notes: fifty tracks, five countries, one year; they also released 4 singles and 2 LPs, while recording a third one, they will never do again so much. Side One begins with the Melbourne concert broadcasted by Radio 3 UZ, this is the best sounding from Australia and begins with the MC naming the musicians on stage name by name. After is the first Ed Sullivan show when the host introduces Satisfaction with the magic words: “for all the youngsters in the country and Canada”. Next comes the Honolulu concert which was the last date of the band’s US Tour and Brian Jones final appearance on US grounds. Despite being recorded from AM radio this broadcast doesn’t sound that bad. Next comes the second Ed Sullivan show of the lot, this time playing all 66 hits. The last 2 tracks on this disc come from the Eammon Andrews show, a mainstream tv program from the UK that features a live version of 19th Nervous Breakdown followed by a Jagger interview based on the song’s lyrics. On Disc Two we start with Ready Steady Go that has 3 songs among which I Am Waiting that was played with acoustic guitars and dulcimer and there is even a glimpse of Ian Stewart here; Under My Thumb was chosen by film director Michael Lindsay Hoff as his favourite RSG appearance. Next comes the Olympia concert from late March which thee liner notes writer (this time called Nat & Faye Daway) insists sating come from RTYL radio while it is well known that it was broadcasted by Europe 1. The Sydney concert taken from a FM radio is next; this how has however rare tracks on it like Mercy Mercy, That’s How Strong My Love Is and The Spider And The Fly, let alone Play With Fire and She Said Yeah; this concert happened on a rotating show which got on Jagger’s nerves, since he said: “would you stop this thing going around?” at one point. At the end there is a short Jagger interview taken on their arrival at the airport. The final Top of the Pops that had a live version of Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing In The Shadow. Overall it must be said that the sound is better than what we got on the vinyl counterpart, for instance the tracks from Honolulu 66 sound decisively cleaner with not much echo.


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