ROLLING STONES - CD
TAKE ME OUT TO THE CROWD! 1973

LABEL:
Mayflower 69
SOURCE:
Odeon Theatre, Birmingham, 19 September 1973 1st show.
FORMAT:
1 picture cd
RUNNING TIME:
70.11
SOUND/SOURCE:
Audience stereo
PACKAGING:
single slimline jewel case
 


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SOUND 9.5 / PACKAGING 10 / PERFORMANCE 10

 
TRACK LIST:

1. Introduction, 2. Brown Sugar, 3. Gimme Shelter, 4. Happy, 5. Tumbling Dice, 6. Star Star, 7. Dancing With Mr.D, 8. Angie, 9. You Can’t Always Get What You Want, 10. Midnight Rambler, 11. Honky Tonk Women, 12. All Down The Line, 13. Rip This Joint, 14. Jumping Jack Flash, 15. Street Fighting Man.

 
REVIEW:

Here we have again the Birmingham 73 first show which first came out on a tape called Birmingham Odeon Revisited; a cd with this same title featured a remaster of the Oh Boy release that had already been released in 1994 as Birmingham Odeon (Oh Boy 1-9168) as well as a Picture Disc (Oh Boy PD 012) both marred by wrong pitch; then came British Tour 1973 (Stone Crazy 004) which offered a mini poster; in the same year Rainy Days in Birmingham (Stonehenge 002) was released, both good recordings but not coming from 1st generation tapes or master recordings. In 2006 came out Birmingham Remastered 1973 (IMP-N-016) that was a great improvement both for speed and sound quality; in 2007 came out An Afternoon in Munich (SODD 028) a stereo recording, then came Birmingham 1973 (SOS 730919) and Birmingham Odeon (DAC 067) which unfortunately was just a copy of that release, a good recording but hardly noticeable as stereo with a thin sound and a low left channel from Happy to Star Star, while from Dancing With Mr D onwards the situation changed and we got more depth. In 2010 we find this recording on the 13 cds box called Tour 1973 (WLR 2135) and in 2011 we got A Destructive Element (GFR 661). Lately a no label disc just called Birmingham 1973 has come out.

With this release the problems have been fixed and there is no more sound fluctuation, the sound being more natural and speed corrected, so this concert can be appreciated as one of the best of the whole tour, with Mick Taylor in command of the guitar solos and Jagger singing at his best, we then can call this the definitive edition of this concert.


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