ROLLING STONES - CD
POP CHRONICLES

LABEL:
StonyRoad Frankenstein Prod.105
SOURCE:
R.G. Jones Studio, Morden, Surrey, England 6th February 1968 or later, broadcasted in 1969/1970
FORMAT:
1 downlioad cdr
RUNNING TIME:
68.24
SOUND/SOURCE:
Soundboard Mono
PACKAGING:
single slimline jewel case
 


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SOUND 9 / PACKAGING 10 / PERFORMANCE 9.5

 
TRACK LIST:

1. Jam Sessions (2 parts connected), 2. MJ Interview #1, 3. MJ Interview #2, 4. MJ Interview #3, 5. MJ Interview #4, 6. MJ Interview #5, 7. Jam Part #1- instrumental very embryonic version of Stray Cat Blues, 8. BJ Interview (with guitar playing in the background), 9. Jam Part #2 Instrumental, 10. The Original Download.

 
REVIEW:

This recording is part of the collection entitled John Gilliland’s Pop Chronicles, this is no.56 that was provided by the UNT Music Library.

In fact this is a radio show featuring the Stones jamming in early 1968 in Surrey about rwo weels before the famous sessions held there and Jagger and Jones interviews. Jagger’s questions are: How Their Satanic Majesties started and Sgt Pepper’s influence, whether Beatles albums are getting more personal, how songs like She’s a Rainbow and Lady Jane evolved, how arrangements are worked out, changes in attitude reflected in songs, the evolution of Mick Jagger’s vocal style, the appreciation of American Blues and its exposure via British bands popularity, high point in Stones’ career, esoteric groups losing audiences, US Tour highlights, live performances, Brian Jones interview focused on singing, music background and training, critics and audience reception, future directions and additional live performances. We can also hear Jagger asking first Brian Jones and then Ian Stewart not to speak that loud on the phone.       

Here we have a version that has been reworked. No noise reduction or filter was used (all the faults have been removed by hand with Audacity). The first track is the attempt to connect both parts of the jam session: this is a Frankenstein’s work indeed!

In the event of just wanting to listen to the musical parts, you will have to select tracks 7 and 9 (but there is also Keith Richards in the background playing during Brian's interview on track 8)!

The last track is the complete recording before being reworked. These are r ehearsals and interviews for US radio; the interviews with Mick Jagger and Brian Jones were conducted by John Gilliland for the ‘John Gilliland’s Pop Chronicles’ aired in parts in the radio series 'Pop Chronicles' in 1969 and 1970.
Line-up includes Mick Jagger on guitar, Keith Richards on guitar, Bill Wyman on bass and Charlie Watts on drums. This is a great find with excellent sound that helps in listening to these interviews in such a pivotal moment in the Stones career.                 

 

 


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