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STICKY BEGGARS BLEED IN EXILE- STUDIO OUTTAKES 1968-1972 WLR

LABEL:
WLR AP 12
SOURCE:
Disc One, Tracks 1,9,11,19: Olympic St. London and Newbury, Stargroves March-May 70 (on cover March-Oct.); Track 2: Olympic Sound St., London 17-31 Oct.70, Tracks 3,4,6: Olympic St. London March-June 68; Track 5: Olympic St. London 18 December 69, Track 7: Villefranche sur Mer July 71, Track 8: Rialto Theatre, Montreux 18 May 72, Tracks 10,12: Olympic St. London February-June 69, Track 13: University of Leeds, Leeds 13 March 71, Track 14: Olympic Sound St., London 16 June-27 July 70, Tracks 15,20: Muscle Shoals St. Florence 2-4 December 69, Track 16: Olympic St. London 17 November 68; Tracks 12,17: Olympic St. London February-June 69; Track 18: MSG, New York 28 November 69. Disc Two, Tracks 1,6,8,13,17: Olympic St. London March-June 68 (on cover Track 8 May 68), Tracks 4,7,11,15: Olympic St. London and Newbury, Stargroves March-May 70 (on cover March-Oct.), Track 5: Olympic St. London 18 December 69, Tracks 2,3,9,12: Olympic St. London February-June 69; Track 10: MSG, New York 28 November 69, Track 14: Rialto Theatre, Montreux 18 May 72, Track 16: Olympic Sound St., London 17 Nov.68Track 18: Muscle Shoals St. Florence 2-4 December 69, Track 19: Sunset Sound St. Los Angeles October 69, Track 20: Sunset Sound St. Los Angeles 28 March 72. Disc Three, Tracks 1: Olympic St. London February 69; Tracks 2,4: Olympic St. London May 68 (cover says March-June); Tracks 3,10: Stargroves, Newbury Oct.70; Tracks 5,11: Olympic St. London 4-10 June 68; Track 6: Sunset Sound St. Los Angeles 7-25 July 68; Track 7: Olympic St. London 9 Febr.- 31 March 69 (on cover March-June 68); Track 8: Sunset Sound St. Los Angeles Dec.71; Track 9: Civic Center, Baltimore 26 Nov 69; Track 12: Olympic St. London 31 March 68, Track 13: Sounds Interchange Rec. St. Toronto 12,13 March 77; Track 14: Sunset Sound St. Los Angeles 4-19 Dec.71 (on cover Olympic Sound St. London Oct.70), Track 15: Olympic St. London 17 March-3 April 68 (on cover May 68), Track 16: Sunset Sound St. Los Angeles 17-26 Oct. 69; Disc Four, Track 1: Olympic Sound St. London 9-18 Dec. 69; Track 2: Olympic St. London 20 April 68, Track 3: Olympic St. London 17 Apr.- mid October 69 (on cover June 69), Track 4: Hyde Park, London 5 July 69, Tracks 5,6: Olympic St. London 13-23 May 68, Track 7: Olympic St. London 15 July 70, Tracks 8,15: Villefranche sur Mer July-Nov.71, Track 9: Rialto Theatre, Montreux 18 May 72, Track 10: Olympic St. London 17-31 Oct. 70, Track 11: Sunset Sound St. Los Angeles 28 March 72, Track 12: Sumet (on cover Sunset) Burnet St. Dallas 23 June 72, Track 13: Stargroves , Newbury & Olympic St. London Oct.-Nov.70, Track 14: Olympic St. London March 68, Track 16: Spectrum Arena, Philadelphia 21 July 72, 2nd show (cover mentions only Tracks 1-14).
FORMAT:
4 picture cds
RUNNING TIME:
78.41/76.45/72.35/69.13
SOUND/SOURCE:
Soundboard stereo except for Disc One Tracks 8,9,13,15,18,19, Disc Two Track 14, Disc Three, Tracks 5,6,9,11,13,15 and Disc Four Tracks 2,6,9,11,14: Soundboard mono.
PACKAGING:
Long Digipack with 8 pages booklet Lim. Edition of 300 numbered copies
 


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SOUND 10 / PACKAGING 10 / PERFORMANCE 10

 
TRACK LIST:

Disc One: 1. Good Time Women, 2. Stop Breaking Down, 3. Still A Fool, 4. Highway Child, 5. Brown Sugar, 6. Hamburger To Go (Stuck Out All Alone on cover), 7. I Ain’t Signifying (I Ain’t Lying on cover), 8. Tumbling Dice, 9. Cocksucker Blues, 10. Jiving Sister Fanny, 11. Travellin’ Man, 12. Country Honk, 13. Let It Rock, 14. I’m Going Down, 15. You Gotta Move, 16. Memo From Turner, 17. I Don’t Know Why, 18. Carol, 19. I Got The Blues, 20. Wild Horses.

Disc Two: 1. Family, 2. Downtown Suzie, 3. Sister Morphine 1, 4. Leather Jacket, 5. Brown Sugar 2, 6. Parachute Woman, 7. Potted Shrimp, 8. Dear Doctor 4, 9. I’m A Country Boy, 10. Little Queenie, 11. Dancing In The Light, 12. You Got The Silver, 13. Prodigal Son, 14. Shake Your Hips, 15. Trident Jam, 16. Factory Girl, 17. Get A Line On You, 18. Wild Horses 3, 19. I Don’t Know The Reason Why, 20. Exile On Main Street Blues.

Disc Three: 1. Gimme Shelter, 2. No Expectations, 3. Sway, 4. Salt of The Earth, 5. Sympathy For The Devil, 6. Jigsaw Puzzle, 7. You Can`t Always Get What You Want, 8. Turd On The Run, 9. Love In Vain, 10. Bitch, 11. London Jam, 12. Did Everybody Pay Their Dues, 13. Say It`s Not You, 14. Sweet Black Angel, 15. Stray Cat Blues, 16. I Don`t Know The Reason Why (a.k.a. Hillside Blues).
Disc Four: 1. Dead Flowers, 2. Jumpin` Jack Flash, 3. Loving Cup, 4. I`m Yours I`m Hers, 5. Blood Red Wine, 6. Street Fighting Man, 7. Who Am I?, 8. Soul Survivor, 9. John`s Jam, 10. Sweet Virginia, 11. I Don`t Care, 12. Ventilator Blues, 13. Aladdin Story, 14. Child Of The Moon, 15. Let It Loose, 16. Uptight / Satisfaction.

 
REVIEW:

This WLR release is a copy of the 2 Cpt.Acid compilations sporting the same title that we already reviewed here, this label somehow acknowledges the original release in a way: it gave this release a serial number which reflects the original maker: AP (Acid Project).  In fact all these songs are well known coming from the band’s golden age (some have been officially released meanwhile like Good Time Women, Ain’t Signifying, Brown Sugar with Eric Clapton, Let It Rock in stereo etc.) but have been pitch corrected because many were running way too fast, they had phase problems on any bootleg and they were badly equalized in many cases, before this fix. Everything has been remastered, many rarities here are in better sound than on any version before, like that rare version of Memo From Turner, for example. As usually pitch, phase and levels have been fixed as well as some equalizing and that is all, no noise reduction, no compression, no limiters. On the original review we wrote that everything was done exactly as if someone would like to release this officially, which in fact is what happened with this release. Soundwise this collection of tracks runs very smoothly offering an excellent sound output throughout, regardless if the songs are mono or stereo with no hiss on tracks we all remember were full of, like Sweet Black Angel and Let It Loose backing tracks; many of these are outtakes legions of collectors have grown up listening, so it is nice to have them on silver disc in what could be their definitive shape; overall packaging is nice, but there are still mistakes on the back cover regarding the recording dates plus they forgot to list Disc Four tracks 15 and 16 on the booklet.


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