ROLLING STONES - CD
SMACK & BLOW 2020 UPDATE VOL.2

LABEL:
Acid Projects 027-2
SOURCE:
Tracks 1,3,7: Musicland St. Munich 24 March-4 April 75, Tracks 2,4-6,9,10: De Doelen St. Rotterdam 22 January-9 February 75, Tracks 8,11: Montauk, Long Island late April-May 75; Track 12: Electric Ladyland, New York 25 June 75; Bootleg sources: Tracks 1,3,5,9: Black and Blue Outtakes (Rebel Yell 009), Track 7: Outtakes 74-75 (E.Rare R 002), Tracks 2,4,6,10: Rotterdam Rehearsals, Tracks 8,11: Montauk Rehearsals, Track 12: Sympathy for Slowhand (DAC 075)
FORMAT:
1 downlioad cdr
RUNNING TIME:
66.22
SOUND/SOURCE:
Soundboard Stereo, except for Tracks 2,4,6,9,10: Soundboard mono.
PACKAGING:
single slimline jewel case
 


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SOUND 9 / PACKAGING 10 / PERFORMANCE 10

 
TRACK LIST:
1. Come On Sugar (Let’s Do It Right), 2. English Rose, 3. Munich Reggae, 4. Boogie Jam, 5. I Love Ladies, 6. Melody 2, 7. Cellophane Trousers, 8. Jam 2, 9. Man Eating Woman, 10. Freeway Jam (with Jeff Beck), 11. Jungle Man, 12. Carnival To Rio (with Eric Clapton)

 
REVIEW:

Here is volume 2 of  the update of Suck & Blow, featuring outtakes of the Stones Black and Blue period, which is about 3 minutes longer than the previous version. On this 2020 upgrade few tracks come from better sources, like Freeway Jam which is now longer or the second part of English Rose (edit) and Man Eating Woman. Also, sources for these tracks 1,3,5,7 were changed using Session tape from 74-75 (all remastered again).

Many have been reworked picking up various sources in order to create a version as complete as possible, but some tracks have been shortened, like the edit of Boogie Jam from Rotterdam Rehearsals or have been extended like English Rose which still has lots of hiss here and there and features one more verse by repeating the existing one; likewise Munich Reggae us a bit longer with the inclusion of about 20 more seconds in mono at its end..
Source files that were closer to the original ones were thoroughly looked after, using the original ones and not remastered ones. Mr D. helped a lot with artwork and research and his Freeway Jam edit that he made for his personal use, was included. Jam 2 is a piano lead track, probably with Billy Preston on keyboards, while on Jungle Man Ron Wood plays a double bass.
The last track has all the Stones (minus Wyman and Watts) featured as well as Eric Clapton, Carl Radle on bass, George Terry on guitar and Dick Sims on keyboards together with Billy Preston while Ollie Brown is on percussions, Jamie Oldaker on drums, Ivonne Elliman & Mercy Levy are on backing vocals. It was recorded right after Clapton’s joined the band on stage at Madison Square Gardens. Apart from the known bootleg tracks, some come from the newly found Montauk rehearsals and some from the well known Rotterdam rehearsals, both of which do not sound that great despite the hard work.


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