ROLLING STONES - CD
TATTOO YOU REWORKED (ALL OVER)

LABEL:
WLR
SOURCE:
Disc One, Tracks 1-7,17-22: Pathe Marconi St. Paris 29 Nov.-15 Dec.77, Tracks 8-11: Pathe Marconi St. Paris 10 Oct.-15 Dec.77, Tracks 12-16: Pathe Marconi St. Paris 10 June- 19 Oct.79. Disc Two, Tracks 1-5: De Doelen, Rotterdam 22 Jan.-9 Feb.75, Tracks 6,7: Pathe Marconi St. Paris 11 Oct.-mid Dec. 80, Tracks 8-10: Pathe Marconi St. Paris April-May 81 & Atlantic St. New York June 81. Disc Three, Track 1: Pathe Marconi St. Paris 10 Oct.-15 Dec.77, Tracks 2-4: Compass Point St. Nassau 22 Jan.-12 Febr. 79, Track 5: Musicland, Munich 12-24 Nov.73, Tracks 6-13: Pathe Marconi St. Paris 11 Oct.-mid Dec.80, Track 14: Pathe Marconi St.Paris 10 June-19 Oct.79; Tracks 15,16: Pathe Marconi St. Paris 11 Oct.-mid Dec.80, Tracks 17, 18: Mobile Rec. Unit, Paris April-June 81, Track 19: Atlantic St. New York April-June 81, Track 20: EMI Satellite, NYC mid July 81. Disc Four, Tracks 1,3-6,10,11: De Doelen, Rotterdam 22 Jan.- 9 Febr. 75, Track 2: Dynamic Sound St., Kingston 25 Nov.-12 Dec.72, Tracks 7-9: Pathe Marconi St. Paris 11 Oct.-mid Dec.80, Tracks 12,13,15-18: Pathe Marconi St. Paris 11 Oct.-mid Dec.80, Track 14: Pathe Marconi St. Paris 10 June-19 Oct.79, Track 19: Vilvoorde 28 May 2007. Disc Five, Tracks 1-5: Pathe Marconi St. Paris 10 June-19 Oct.79, Tracks 6.7: Pathe Marconi St. Paris 11 Oct.-mid Dec.80, Track 8: De Doelen, Rotterdam 22 Jan.-9 Feb.75, Track 9: Pathe Marconi St. Paris 10 June-19 Oct.79, Tracks 10-12: Pathe Marconi St. Paris 11 Oct.-mid Dec.80, Tracks 13-15,17,18: Mobile Rec. Unit, Paris April-June 81, Track 16: St.Mark’s Bar, NYC 2 July 81, Track 19: Werchter Park, Werchter 5 June 2007. Disc Six, Track 1: Musicland St. Munich 8 Feb.-3 March 74, reworked at RAK St. London, reworked at RAK St. London in spring 2021,Tracks 2,10: Pathe Marconi St. Paris 10 Oct.-16 Dec.77 reworked at RAK St. London in spring 2021, Tracks 3,4: Compact Point, Nassau 22 Jan.-9 Feb.79 reworked at RAK St. London in spring 2021, Tracks 5,8: Musicland St. Munich 8 Feb.-3 March 74 reworked at RAK St. London in spring 2021, Track 6: Pathe Marconi St. Paris 21 June-19 Oct.79 reworked at RAK st. London in spring 2021, Track 7: One East St., NYC, Henson Rec. St., The Village, Mix This! Los Angeles and Unidentified St. London Autumn 2009, Track 9: Pathe Marconi St. Paris 21 June-19 Oct.79. Disc Seven, 2 June 97, Track 2: Meadowlands Sport Complex, East Rutherford 5 Nov.81, Tracks 3,4,8,9: Coliseum, Hampton 18 Dec.81, Tracks 5,11: Rosemont Horizons, Chicago 25 Nov.81, Tracks 6,10: Capital Center Arena Largo 9 Dec.81 (on booklet 12), Tracks 7,12: Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe 13 Dec.81, Track 14: Apple tv 27 Oct.21 (on booklet 25). Disc Eight, Nine: Supergroups in Concert 31 Oct.81. Disc Ten: Inside Track 16 March 82 (Interviews from Sept.81, on booklet 16 March 82). Disc Eleven: Off The Record 22 Sept. 81 (booklet says August)1. Discs Twelve, Thirteen: Off the Record 15-22 June 81 (booklet says August 81, interview from May 81). Disc Fourteen, Fifteen: Satisfaction 22 Dec.81 (interviews from Spring & September 81 and early summer 80).
FORMAT:
15 picture cds
RUNNING TIME:
77.20/79.41/73.09/79.05/78.08/44.08/62.55/57.48/45.19/59.38/51.36/48.24/52.47/49.40/49.23
SOUND/SOURCE:
: Soundboard Stereo except for Disc One, Tracks 9,11,12,17-21, Disc Two, Tracks 1-3, Disc Three, Tracks 7,10,13,17, Disc Four, Tracks 1-6,10,11,19, Disc Five, Tracks 3,9,13: Soundboard mono
PACKAGING:
Cardboard box holding 15 cds wrapped in plastic antistatic sleeves with a 20 pages booklet, Lim.Ed. of 300 numbered copies
 


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SOUND 10 / PACKAGING 9 / PERFORMANCE 10

 
TRACK LIST:

Disc One: 1. Never Stop -Start Me Up #1 (Reworked), 2. Start Me Up #2 (Reworked), 3. Start Me Up #2B (Mix DAC 021 & RS), 4. Start Me Up #2 (Alternate Version), 5. Start Me Up #3 (Reworked), 6. Start Me Up #5 (Reworked), 7. Start Me Up (Original Mix), 8. Hang Fire # 1 (Reworked), 9. Hang Fire # 2 (Reworked), 10. Hang Fire #2 (Reworked 2), 11. Hang Fire #3 (Reworked), 12. Hang Fire #4 (Reworked), 13. Hang Fire #5 (Reworked), 14. Hang Fire #5 (Alternate Mix), 15. Hang Fire #6 (Reworked), 16. Hang Fire (Original Mix), 17. Start Me Up (Guitar), 18. Start Me Up (Voice), 19. Start Me Up (Vocals), 20. Start Me Up (Second Guitar), 21. Start Me Up (Drums), 22. Start Me Up (Alternate Mix).

Disc Two: 1. Vagina (Slave) #3 (Reworked), 2. Vagina (Slave) #4 To 10 (Reworked), 3. Vagina (Slave) (Reworked), 4. Vagina (Slave 1B) (ACT 20-1) (Reworked), 5. Vagina #1 (Slave) (Reworked) (Mix DAC 096 & DAC 114), 6. Slave #2A (Reworked), 7. Slave #2B (Reworked), 8. Slave #3 (Reworked), 9. Slave (New Vocal) #5 (Alternate Mix Version),10. Slave (Original Mix).

Disc Three: 1. Little T&A #1 (Reworked), 2. Little T&A #2 (Reworked), 3. Little T&A #3 (Reworked), 4. Little T&A (Original Mix), 5. Black Limousine #1 (Reworked), 6. Black Limousine #2 or #3, 7. Black Limousine #2A (Reworked), 8. Black Limousine #2 (Reworked), 9. Black Limousine #3 (Reworked), 10. Black Limousine #4 (Reworked), 11. Black Limousine #5 (Reworked), 12. Black Limousine #5 (Alternate Mix), 13. Black Limousine (Original Mix), 14. Neighbours #1 (Reworked), 15. Neighbours #2A (Reworked), 16. Neighbours #2B (Reworked), 17. Neighbours #3 (Reworked), 18.  Neighbours (Original Mix), 19. Slave (Longer Mix), 20. Mick Jagger On Tattoo You (Marketing Promo Video 1981).

Disc Four: 1. Worried About You #1 (Working Seq. 1 on booklet), 2. Worried About You #2 (Working Seq. 2 on booklet), 3. Worried About You #3 (Working Seq. 3 on booklet), 4. Worried About You #4 (Working Seq. 4 on booklet), 5. Worried About You #5 (Working Seq. 5 on booklet- Faster), 6. Worried About You #6 (Working Seq. 6 on booklet with Billy Preston), 7. Worried About You#2A (Reworked), 8. Worried About You#2B (Reworked), 9. Worried About You (Original Mix), 10. Tops#1 (Reworked), 11. Tops#2 (Reworked), 12. Tops#3 (Act 10-20) (Reworked),13. Tops) Original Mix), 14. Heaven#1 (Reworked), 15. Heaven#2, 16. Heaven#2B (Reworked), 17. Heaven#3, 18. Heaven (Original Mix), 19. Worried About You (Rehearsal Take).

Disc Five: 1. No Use In Crying #1(Reworked), 2. No Use In Crying #2 (Reworked), 3. No Use In Crying #3B (Reworked), 4. No Use In Crying #4A (Reworked), 5. No Use In Crying #4B (Reworked), 6. No Use In Crying #5 (Reworked), 7. No Use In Crying (Original Mix), 8. Waiting On A Friend (Reworked), 9. Waiting On A Friend #1(Reworked), 10. Waiting On A Friend #2A (Reworked), 11. Waiting On A Friend #2B (Reworked), 12. Waiting On A Friend #2C (Slightly Different Mix To #2A) (Reworked), 13. Waiting On A Friend #3A (Reworked), 14. Waiting On A Friend #3C (Reworked), 15. Waiting On A Friend (Promo Edit Version), 16. Waiting On A Friend (Promo Video Version), 17. Waiting On A Friend (Rewind Version), 18. Waiting On A Friend (Original Mix), 19. Waiting On A Friend (Rehearsal Take).

Disc Six: 1. Living In The Heart Of Love, 2. Fiji Jim, 3. Trouble’s A Coming, 4. Shame Shame Shame, 5. Drift Away, 6. It’s A Lie, 7. Potted Shrimp, 8. Fast Talking Slow Walking, 9. Never Make You Cry (Made on booklet), 10. Start Me Up (Never Stop).

Disc Seven: 1. KBFH Intro, 2. Under My Thumb, 3. Let’s Spend The Night Together, 4. Shattered, 5. Beast Of Burden, 6. She’s So Cold, 7. Hang Fire, 8. Miss You, 9. Honky Tonk Women, 10. Brown Sugar, 11. Start Me Up, 12. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, 13. KBFH Outro, 14. Keith Richards Complete Tattoo You.

Disc Eight: 1. Intro, 2. Mick & Add, 3. Response On Tour Mick & Keith, 4. Brown Sugar, 5. Mick & Ronnie Interview,6. Honky Tonk Women, 8. Jumpin Jack Flash, 9. Mick Interview, 10. Mick Interview, 11. Beast Of Burden, 12. Bill Interview, 13. Shattered, 14. Mick & Keith Interview, 15. Start Me Up, 16. Bill Interview, 17. Hang Fire, 18. Ronnie Interview, 19. Black Limousine, 20.Mick Interview, 21. Neighbours, 22. Keith Interview, 23. Send It To me, 24. Keith Interview, 25. Worried About You, 26. Mick Interview About Heaven.

Disc Nine: 1. Heaven, 2. Bill Wyman Interview, 3. Waiting On A Friend, 4. Mick Interview, 5. Slave, 6. Ronnie Interview, 7. Let It Bleed, 8. Bill & Ronnie Interview, 9. Tumbling Dice, 10. Mick Interview, 11. All Down The Line, 12. Mick Interview, 13. Time Is On My Side, 14. Bill & Keith Interview, 15. Miss You, 16. Bill Interview, 17. Outro.

Disc Ten: 1. DLR radio Inside Lisa Robinson,2. 19th Nervous Breakdown, 3. Interview, 4. Black Limousine, 5. Interview, 6. Tops, 7. Interview, 8. Some Girls, 9. Interview, 10. Mother’s Little Helper, 11. It’s Only Rock’n’ Roll, 12. Inside Track Lisa Robinson Mick Interview, 13. Inside Track Lisa Robinson Keith Interview, 14. Inside Track Lisa Robinson Bill Interview.

Disc Eleven: 1. Part 1, 2. Part 2, 3. Part 3, 4. Part 4, 5. Part 5, 6. Part 6.

Disc Twelve: 1. 1. Keith- It’s Only Rock’n’Roll-Carol-I Just Can’t Be Satisfied, 2. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, 3. Route 66-Keith-Get Off Of My Cloud, 4. Keith- Under My Thumb, 5. Keith- Let’s Spend The Night Together, 6. Miss Amanda Jones-Keith- Street Fighting Man, 7. Keith- Gimme Shelter, 8. Honky Tonk Women, 9. Keith- Brown Sugar, 10. Keith- It’s Only Rock’n’Roll.

Disc Thirteen: 1. Keith-Medley-Let It Rock, 2. Keith- Angie, 3. Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker), 4. Keith-Happy-Adds, 5. Ain’t Too proud To Beg, 6. Keith- It’s Only Rock’n’Roll, 7. Hand Of Faith- Keith, 8. Some Girls- Shattered, 9. Keith- Start Me Up, 10. Sympathy For The Devil- Keith, 11. Tops, 12. Dance- Keith-It’s Only Rock’n’Roll, 13. Shattered Promo, 14. She’s So Cold Promo.

Disc Fourteen: 1. Intro- (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, 2. Mick-Bill Interviews, 3. Keith Interview.

Disc Fifteen: 1. Mick-Bill Interview, 2. Mick-Ronnie-Keith Interview, 3. Bill-Outro.    

Disc One: 1. Never Stop -Start Me Up #1 (Reworked), 2. Start Me Up #2 (Reworked), 3. Start Me Up #2B (Mix DAC 021 & RS), 4. Start Me Up #2 (Alternate Version), 5. Start Me Up #3 (Reworked), 6. Start Me Up #5 (Reworked), 7. Start Me Up (Original Mix), 8. Hang Fire # 1 (Reworked), 9. Hang Fire # 2 (Reworked), 10. Hang Fire #2 (Reworked 2), 11. Hang Fire #3 (Reworked), 12. Hang Fire #4 (Reworked), 13. Hang Fire #5 (Reworked), 14. Hang Fire #5 (Alternate Mix), 15. Hang Fire #6 (Reworked), 16. Hang Fire (Original Mix), 17. Start Me Up (Guitar), 18. Start Me Up (Voice), 19. Start Me Up (Vocals), 20. Start Me Up (Second Guitar), 21. Start Me Up (Drums), 22. Start Me Up (Alternate Mix).

Disc Two: 1. Vagina (Slave) #3 (Reworked), 2. Vagina (Slave) #4 To 10 (Reworked), 3. Vagina (Slave) (Reworked), 4. Vagina (Slave 1B) (ACT 20-1) (Reworked), 5. Vagina #1 (Slave) (Reworked) (Mix DAC 096 & DAC 114), 6. Slave #2A (Reworked), 7. Slave #2B (Reworked), 8. Slave #3 (Reworked), 9. Slave (New Vocal) #5 (Alternate Mix Version),10. Slave (Original Mix).

Disc Three: 1. Little T&A #1 (Reworked), 2. Little T&A #2 (Reworked), 3. Little T&A #3 (Reworked), 4. Little T&A (Original Mix), 5. Black Limousine #1 (Reworked), 6. Black Limousine #2 or #3, 7. Black Limousine #2A (Reworked), 8. Black Limousine #2 (Reworked), 9. Black Limousine #3 (Reworked), 10. Black Limousine #4 (Reworked), 11. Black Limousine #5 (Reworked), 12. Black Limousine #5 (Alternate Mix), 13. Black Limousine (Original Mix), 14. Neighbours #1 (Reworked), 15. Neighbours #2A (Reworked), 16. Neighbours #2B (Reworked), 17. Neighbours #3 (Reworked), 18.  Neighbours (Original Mix), 19. Slave (Longer Mix), 20. Mick Jagger On Tattoo You (Marketing Promo Video 1981).

Disc Four: 1. Worried About You #1 (Working Seq. 1 on booklet), 2. Worried About You #2 (Working Seq. 2 on booklet), 3. Worried About You #3 (Working Seq. 3 on booklet), 4. Worried About You #4 (Working Seq. 4 on booklet), 5. Worried About You #5 (Working Seq. 5 on booklet- Faster), 6. Worried About You #6 (Working Seq. 6 on booklet with Billy Preston), 7. Worried About You#2A (Reworked), 8. Worried About You#2B (Reworked), 9. Worried About You (Original Mix), 10. Tops#1 (Reworked), 11. Tops#2 (Reworked), 12. Tops#3 (Act 10-20) (Reworked),13. Tops) Original Mix), 14. Heaven#1 (Reworked), 15. Heaven#2, 16. Heaven#2B (Reworked), 17. Heaven#3, 18. Heaven (Original Mix), 19. Worried About You (Rehearsal Take).

Disc Five: 1. No Use In Crying #1(Reworked), 2. No Use In Crying #2 (Reworked), 3. No Use In Crying #3B (Reworked), 4. No Use In Crying #4A (Reworked), 5. No Use In Crying #4B (Reworked), 6. No Use In Crying #5 (Reworked), 7. No Use In Crying (Original Mix), 8. Waiting On A Friend (Reworked), 9. Waiting On A Friend #1(Reworked), 10. Waiting On A Friend #2A (Reworked), 11. Waiting On A Friend #2B (Reworked), 12. Waiting On A Friend #2C (Slightly Different Mix To #2A) (Reworked), 13. Waiting On A Friend #3A (Reworked), 14. Waiting On A Friend #3C (Reworked), 15. Waiting On A Friend (Promo Edit Version), 16. Waiting On A Friend (Promo Video Version), 17. Waiting On A Friend (Rewind Version), 18. Waiting On A Friend (Original Mix), 19. Waiting On A Friend (Rehearsal Take).

Disc Six: 1. Living In The Heart Of Love, 2. Fiji Jim, 3. Trouble’s A Coming, 4. Shame Shame Shame, 5. Drift Away, 6. It’s A Lie, 7. Potted Shrimp, 8. Fast Talking Slow Walking, 9. Never Make You Cry (Made on booklet), 10. Start Me Up (Never Stop).

Disc Seven: 1. KBFH Intro, 2. Under My Thumb, 3. Let’s Spend The Night Together, 4. Shattered, 5. Beast Of Burden, 6. She’s So Cold, 7. Hang Fire, 8. Miss You, 9. Honky Tonk Women, 10. Brown Sugar, 11. Start Me Up, 12. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, 13. KBFH Outro, 14. Keith Richards Complete Tattoo You.

Disc Eight: 1. Intro, 2. Mick & Add, 3. Response On Tour Mick & Keith, 4. Brown Sugar, 5. Mick & Ronnie Interview,6. Honky Tonk Women, 8. Jumpin Jack Flash, 9. Mick Interview, 10. Mick Interview, 11. Beast Of Burden, 12. Bill Interview, 13. Shattered, 14. Mick & Keith Interview, 15. Start Me Up, 16. Bill Interview, 17. Hang Fire, 18. Ronnie Interview, 19. Black Limousine, 20.Mick Interview, 21. Neighbours, 22. Keith Interview, 23. Send It To me, 24. Keith Interview, 25. Worried About You, 26. Mick Interview About Heaven.

Disc Nine: 1. Heaven, 2. Bill Wyman Interview, 3. Waiting On A Friend, 4. Mick Interview, 5. Slave, 6. Ronnie Interview, 7. Let It Bleed, 8. Bill & Ronnie Interview, 9. Tumbling Dice, 10. Mick Interview, 11. All Down The Line, 12. Mick Interview, 13. Time Is On My Side, 14. Bill & Keith Interview, 15. Miss You, 16. Bill Interview, 17. Outro.

Disc Ten: 1. DLR radio Inside Lisa Robinson,2. 19th Nervous Breakdown, 3. Interview, 4. Black Limousine, 5. Interview, 6. Tops, 7. Interview, 8. Some Girls, 9. Interview, 10. Mother’s Little Helper, 11. It’s Only Rock’n’ Roll, 12. Inside Track Lisa Robinson Mick Interview, 13. Inside Track Lisa Robinson Keith Interview, 14. Inside Track Lisa Robinson Bill Interview.

Disc Eleven: 1. Part 1, 2. Part 2, 3. Part 3, 4. Part 4, 5. Part 5, 6. Part 6.

Disc Twelve: 1. 1. Keith- It’s Only Rock’n’Roll-Carol-I Just Can’t Be Satisfied, 2. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, 3. Route 66-Keith-Get Off Of My Cloud, 4. Keith- Under My Thumb, 5. Keith- Let’s Spend The Night Together, 6. Miss Amanda Jones-Keith- Street Fighting Man, 7. Keith- Gimme Shelter, 8. Honky Tonk Women, 9. Keith- Brown Sugar, 10. Keith- It’s Only Rock’n’Roll.

Disc Thirteen: 1. Keith-Medley-Let It Rock, 2. Keith- Angie, 3. Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker), 4. Keith-Happy-Adds, 5. Ain’t Too Proud To Beg, 6. Keith- It’s Only Rock’n’Roll, 7. Hand Of Faith- Keith, 8. Some Girls- Shattered, 9. Keith- Start Me Up, 10. Sympathy For The Devil- Keith, 11. Tops, 12. Dance- Keith-It’s Only Rock’n’Roll, 13. Shattered Promo, 14. She’s So Cold Promo.

Disc Fourteen: 1. Intro- (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, 2. Mick-Bill Interviews, 3. Keith Interview.

Disc Fifteen: 1. Mick-Bill Interview, 2. Mick-Ronnie-Keith Interview, 3. Bill-Outro.    

 
REVIEW:

This release from WLR presents yet more Tattoo You outtakes with classic alternate takes of the released tracks and outtakes; all these are in great sound. The first 5 discs though come from Tattoo You Early Takes, a series published in 2020 on IORR message board in which were featured all the various takes of a particular song in each volume. Disc One has Start Me Up and Hang Fire, it starts with the reggae version of the former titled Never Stop taken from Pain Of Love (DAC 107), then we get a very early rock take with unfinished lyrics from More Fast Numbers (DAC 097), followed by a mix between the version that appeared on All Inside Our Crazy Dreams (DAC 021) and the one on Tattoo Too (Rattlesnake Rec.71/72); again another early take from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams (DAC 021) this time with backing vocals but no lead guitar and then a longer version taken from Honky Tonk Heaven (STE 039) follows, then the final official version (did we need it?). Next come Hang Fire versions, the first an instrumental taken from the Art Collins Tapes (17_07) and also on The Incredible Art Collins Tapes Vol.4 (DAC 203) then the one also known as Lazy Bitch from The Paris Rehearsals (DAC 114) and one starting with count in from Better Results (DAC 105). Here we have another mix with a part taken from The Paris Rehearsals and another from More Fast Numbers, then a longer take from The Paris Rehearsals that has a longer piano intro and early lyrics. All these were from the 77 sessions, next come the ones from the 79 sessions that had Bobby Keys, Martin Gordon, Boz Scaggs and Sugar Blue as additional musicians, starting with a take from Lonely At The Top (DAC 096) with no piano nor backing vocals, then the first version featuring the chorus from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams, another take that has piano from the same bootleg and the official one. After these tracks we switch back to Start Me Up which is presented as isolated tracks from 2018, we get Guitar, Vocals 1 &2, Second Guitar, Drums in a quite bad mono sound and finally an Alternate Mix. Disc Two has all versions of Slave, the first five ones having the working title of Vagina, that come from the 1975 Rotterdam sessions, taken from the boot called 1975 Rehearsals in Rotterdam (MC-142) and are instrumental versions in bad quality. Track 4 comes from the Art Collins Tapes (20_01) and is 9.47 minutes long, while Track 5 is a mix of takes taken from Lonely at the Top and from The Paris Rehearsals. From Track 6 on it is the proper Slave song, from the 1980 Paris sessions, in much better quality, with the first version taken from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams still vocals but no sax; the next one is again from the ACT (20_12) but has different vocals. The last 3 takes are from Paris/New York 1981 sessions, track 8 taken from Pain of Love has count in and sax, the next one is a longer official version used for the 2009 Tattoo You remaster and the last one the original official version. Disc Three starts with Little T&A, the first take is the first instrumental from 77 taken from Bird’s Vault Vol. Two (OBR RI 61/16) followed by another instrumental from 79, coming from The Emotional Rescue Sessions (DAC 108) and another from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams that had early lyrics, next the official one. Black Limousine comes then with the very first take from November 73, take from Sheep Dip Blues (DAC 104) which marks the very first collaboration between Ron Wood and the Stones: this version was most likely called Broken Head Blues. 4 years later the song was tried again in Paris, we get it from Sheep Dip Blues, this version has early lyrics and an unusual intro; next is another version taken from the Art Collins Tapes (ACT 17_05) and eat another one from Better Results (DAC 105). After that we get some takes from the 80 sessions, the first coming from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams that has finished lyrics and background vocals, then a short version again from the Art Collins collection (ACT 20_02) and the official one. This volume ends with Neighbours of which we get the early versions from 79 taken from Can’t Find Love (DAC 159), followed by a different ne without sax taken from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams, one taken from the Art Collins Tapes (ACT 20_07) that has more piano bit still no sax. The 81 sessions produced a version that has different sax taken from Odds & Sodds (Egg 106) and finally the Tattoo You take. At the end of this disc there is the longer mix of Slave coming from the 1994 Tattoo You remaster and Jagger promoting Tattoo You via satellite feed with EMI managers. Disc four is devoted to Worried About You, Tops & Heaven, the former is not mentioned in the track listings, but just the working sessions no. for each take (although called working sequence) starting from the 75 Rotterdam sessions which have been de-clicked, cleaned amplified and speed corrected; these are instrumental takes showing the song development. Much better sounding are the 80 Paris versions featuring Jagger falsetto vocals as well as backing vocals, taken from Munichland Melodies (DAC 088) and All Inside Our Crazy Dreams. As for Tops the first instrumental take comes from Rotterdam too, followed by another instrumental from Fast Talking (VGP 237) and then a version taken from The Art Collins Tapes (ACT 20_10) that has different lyrics. Heaven was first tried in 79 and we get here an early version from Sheep Dip Blues with guide vocals, then from the 80 sessions taken from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams that is the first version with full lyrics. The disc ends with a rehearsal take of Worried About You most likely taken from Youtube, but coming from Vilvoorde 2007 off please Please Please (Rattesnake 218-19). Disc Five presents versions of No Use in Crying and Waiting on a Friend, starting with tracks coming from the 79 Paris sessions, the first a short one from the Art Collins Tapes (ACT 21_11), followed by a longer early version from Tattoo Too, the next take is similar but the organ sets in at 2’15; next comes an edit of earlier version from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams, then we get a different one that has different vocals in the second part, coming from Can’t Find Love. The following takes come from the 80 Paris sessions and feature an additional piano overdubbed, from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams and the official version. Many more are the versions of Waiting On A Friend, the first one is an instrumental from the 75 Rotterdam sessions is pretty bad quality, followed by some 80 Paris sessions takes: the first does noy have sax and comes from the Art Collins Tapes (ACT 20_03), the second is similar but has a voice in the intro, taken from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams, the third has more percussions coming from ACT 20_04. The June 81 Paris and New York sessions produced a version with different sax from Sheep Dip Blues and another one again from the Art Collins Tapes (ACT 05_06) that has a more prominent sax. Then we get the official version and the edited promo version, followed by the promo video take and finally a rehearsal take taken from The Unbeatable R.Stones (Rattlesnake 210-11) coming from Werchter 2007. Disc Six is the last music disc of the lot and it features rarities (original mixes) according to the booklet or official stuff from various deluxe bonus discs in fact, mostly from Tattoo You deluxe version. Completely out of contest are Potted Shrimp (which is in fact Tell Her How It Is since it has vocals) from the deluxe Exile release and Never Make You Cry (Made on booklet) which is the same take found on the Fully Finished Studio Outtakes, but lossless! This can let us hope we will get the whole collection in such format then; however, notably absent is Come to the Ball, God knows why. From Disc Seven onwards there is a collection of radio shows that have the only connection with Tattoo You on their release date (1981), the first one being the King Biscuit Flower Hour that resents songs taken from the US Tour here and there in soundboard quality. This show in particular comes from June 2nd, 1997 although all these songs appeared on another radio show, Supergroups in Concert in 1982. At the end of the disc there is a Keith Richards interview from late October 2021 by George Stroumbolopoulos. Discs Eight and Nine present Supergroups in Concert a radio show hosted by Tony Pigg from 31 October 81 that has lots of interviews on from Lisa Robinson made at Long View Farm at the band’s rehearsals as well as live music from 73 and 78; unfortunately editing the 3 LPs in 2 cds was not done that good with Heaven cut at the beginning, while it could have been done better at the previous commercial. Disc Ten has the Inside Track Jagger radio special which features an interview of the lead singer interspersed with classic Stones tracks; at the end of disc there are also Keith Richards and Bill Wyman interviews made in September 1981; Respectable is live from Houston 78. Disc Eleven presents Off the Record with Bill Wyman, Mick Jagger and Ron Wood interviewed in New York in mid-1980, first broadcasted in late September 81 but re-aired in April 82; unfortunately, this is only Part 1. in the second part there was also a Keith Richards interview taken in North Brookfield in May 81, but it is missing.

On Discs Twelve and Thirteen we get Off the Records with Keith Richards which was broadcasted in June 81 with interview taken in May. The last two discs have the Satisfaction radio show from late December 81 with interviews of Jagger from summer 80 and spring 81, Wyman & Richards from Log View Farm in September plus a Wyman interview backstage in Philadelphia. What can we say about this collection then? Well, the first 5 discs are Tattoo You related since they are copies of Tattoo You Early Takes, Disc 6 is a strange mix of tracks mostly coming from the Tattoo You Deluxe, the rest are copies of radio shows that add nothing to the musical purpose of this collection.

This release from WLR presents yet more Tattoo You outtakes with classic alternate takes of the released tracks and outtakes; all these are in great sound. The first 5 discs though come from Tattoo You Early Takes, a series published in 2020 on IORR message board in which were featured all the various takes of a particular song in each volume. Disc One has Start Me Up and Hang Fire, it starts with the reggae version of the former titled Never Stop taken from Pain Of Love (DAC 107), then we get a very early rock take with unfinished lyrics from More Fast Numbers (DAC 097), followed by a mix between the version that appeared on All Inside Our Crazy Dreams (DAC 021) and the one on Tattoo Too (Rattlesnake Rec.71/72); again another early take from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams (DAC 021) this time with backing vocals but no lead guitar and then a longer version taken from Honky Tonk Heaven (STE 039) follows, then the final official version (did we need it?). Next come Hang Fire versions, the first an instrumental taken from the Art Collins Tapes (17_07) and also on The Incredible Art Collins Tapes Vol.4 (DAC 203) then the one also known as Lazy Bitch from The Paris Rehearsals (DAC 114) and one starting with count in from Better Results (DAC 105). Here we have another mix with a part taken from The Paris Rehearsals and another from More Fast Numbers, then a longer take from The Paris Rehearsals that has a longer piano intro and early lyrics. All these were from the 77 sessions, next come the ones from the 79 sessions that had Bobby Keys, Martin Gordon, Boz Scaggs and Sugar Blue as additional musicians, starting with a take from Lonely At The Top (DAC 096) with no piano nor backing vocals, then the first version featuring the chorus from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams, another take that has piano from the same bootleg and the official one. After these tracks we switch back to Start Me Up which is presented as isolated tracks from 2018, we get Guitar, Vocals 1 &2, Second Guitar, Drums in a quite bad mono sound and finally an Alternate Mix. Disc Two has all versions of Slave, the first five ones having the working title of Vagina, that come from the 1975 Rotterdam sessions, taken from the boot called 1975 Rehearsals in Rotterdam (MC-142) and are instrumental versions in bad quality. Track 4 comes from the Art Collins Tapes (20_01) and is 9.47 minutes long, while Track 5 is a mix of takes taken from Lonely at the Top and from The Paris Rehearsals. From Track 6 on it is the proper Slave song, from the 1980 Paris sessions, in much better quality, with the first version taken from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams still vocals but no sax; the next one is again from the ACT (20_12) but has different vocals. The last 3 takes are from Paris/New York 1981 sessions, track 8 taken from Pain of Love has count in and sax, the next one is a longer official version used for the 2009 Tattoo You remaster and the last one the original official version. Disc Three starts with Little T&A, the first take is the first instrumental from 77 taken from Bird’s Vault Vol. Two (OBR RI 61/16) followed by another instrumental from 79, coming from The Emotional Rescue Sessions (DAC 108) and another from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams that had early lyrics, next the official one. Black Limousine comes then with the very first take from November 73, take from Sheep Dip Blues (DAC 104) which marks the very first collaboration between Ron Wood and the Stones: this version was most likely called Broken Head Blues. 4 years later the song was tried again in Paris, we get it from Sheep Dip Blues, this version has early lyrics and an unusual intro; next is another version taken from the Art Collins Tapes (ACT 17_05) and eat another one from Better Results (DAC 105). After that we get some takes from the 80 sessions, the first coming from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams that has finished lyrics and background vocals, then a short version again from the Art Collins collection (ACT 20_02) and the official one. This volume ends with Neighbours of which we get the early versions from 79 taken from Can’t Find Love (DAC 159), followed by a different ne without sax taken from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams, one taken from the Art Collins Tapes (ACT 20_07) that has more piano bit still no sax. The 81 sessions produced a version that has different sax taken from Odds & Sodds (Egg 106) and finally the Tattoo You take. At the end of this disc there is the longer mix of Slave coming from the 1994 Tattoo You remaster and Jagger promoting Tattoo You via satellite feed with EMI managers. Disc four is devoted to Worried About You, Tops & Heaven, the former is not mentioned in the track listings, but just the working sessions no. for each take (although called working sequence) starting from the 75 Rotterdam sessions which have been de-clicked, cleaned amplified and speed corrected; these are instrumental takes showing the song development. Much better sounding are the 80 Paris versions featuring Jagger falsetto vocals as well as backing vocals, taken from Munichland Melodies (DAC 088) and All Inside Our Crazy Dreams. As for Tops the first instrumental take comes from Rotterdam too, followed by another instrumental from Fast Talking (VGP 237) and then a version taken from The Art Collins Tapes (ACT 20_10) that has different lyrics. Heaven was first tried in 79 and we get here an early version from Sheep Dip Blues with guide vocals, then from the 80 sessions taken from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams that is the first version with full lyrics. The disc ends with a rehearsal take of Worried About You most likely taken from Youtube, but coming from Vilvoorde 2007 off please Please Please (Rattesnake 218-19). Disc Five presents versions of No Use in Crying and Waiting on a Friend, starting with tracks coming from the 79 Paris sessions, the first a short one from the Art Collins Tapes (ACT 21_11), followed by a longer early version from Tattoo Too, the next take is similar but the organ sets in at 2’15; next comes an edit of earlier version from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams, then we get a different one that has different vocals in the second part, coming from Can’t Find Love. The following takes come from the 80 Paris sessions and feature an additional piano overdubbed, from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams and the official version. Many more are the versions of Waiting On A Friend, the first one is an instrumental from the 75 Rotterdam sessions is pretty bad quality, followed by some 80 Paris sessions takes: the first does noy have sax and comes from the Art Collins Tapes (ACT 20_03), the second is similar but has a voice in the intro, taken from All Inside Our Crazy Dreams, the third has more percussions coming from ACT 20_04. The June 81 Paris and New York sessions produced a version with different sax from Sheep Dip Blues and another one again from the Art Collins Tapes (ACT 05_06) that has a more prominent sax. Then we get the official version and the edited promo version, followed by the promo video take and finally a rehearsal take taken from The Unbeatable R.Stones (Rattlesnake 210-11) coming from Werchter 2007. Disc Six is the last music disc of the lot and it features rarities (original mixes) according to the booklet or official stuff from various deluxe bonus discs in fact, mostly from Tattoo You deluxe version. Completely out of contest are Potted Shrimp (which is in fact Tell Her How It Is since it has vocals) from the deluxe Exile release and Never Make You Cry (Made on booklet) which is the same take found on the Fully Finished Studio Outtakes, but lossless! This can let us hope we will get the whole collection in such format then; however, notably absent is Come to the Ball, God knows why. From Disc Seven onwards there is a collection of radio shows that have the only connection with Tattoo You on their release date (1981), the first one being the King Biscuit Flower Hour that resents songs taken from the US Tour here and there in soundboard quality. This show in particular comes from June 2nd, 1997 although all these songs appeared on another radio show, Supergroups in Concert in 1982. At the end of the disc there is a Keith Richards interview from late October 2021 by George Stroumbolopoulos. Discs Eight and Nine present Supergroups in Concert a radio show hosted by Tony Pigg from 31 October 81 that has lots of interviews on from Lisa Robinson made at Long View Farm at the band’s rehearsals as well as live music from 73 and 78; unfortunately editing the 3 LPs in 2 cds was not done that good with Heaven cut at the beginning, while it could have been done better at the previous commercial. Disc Ten has the Inside Track Jagger radio special which features an interview of the lead singer interspersed with classic Stones tracks; at the end of disc there are also Keith Richards and Bill Wyman interviews made in September 1981; Respectable is live from Houston 78. Disc Eleven presents Off the Record with Bill Wyman, Mick Jagger and Ron Wood interviewed in New York in mid-1980, first broadcasted in late September 81 but re-aired in April 82; unfortunately, this is only Part 1. in the second part there was also a Keith Richards interview taken in North Brookfield in May 81, but it is missing.

On Discs Twelve and Thirteen we get Off the Records with Keith Richards which was broadcasted in June 81 with interview taken in May. The last two discs have the Satisfaction radio show from late December 81 with interviews of Jagger from summer 80 and spring 81, Wyman & Richards from Log View Farm in September plus a Wyman interview backstage in Philadelphia. What can we say about this collection then? Well, the first 5 discs are Tattoo You related since they are copies of Tattoo You Early Takes, Disc 6 is a strange mix of tracks mostly coming from the Tattoo You Deluxe, the rest are copies of radio shows that add nothing to the musical purpose of this collection.


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