ROLLING STONES - CD
THE INCREDIBLE ART COLLINS TAPES VOL.3

LABEL:
DAC 202
SOURCE:
Compass Point St. Nassau April 83 and The Hit Factory New York May 83 except for Disc One, Track 1: Pathe Marconi St. Boulange Billancourt 10 June-19 Oct.79, Track 2: Compass Point St. Nassau 22 Jan.-12 Febr. 79.
FORMAT:
2 cd
RUNNING TIME:
74.29/71.37
SOUND/SOURCE:
Soundboard Stereo
PACKAGING:
Double Slimline Jewel case
 


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SOUND 10 / PACKAGING 10 / PERFORMANCE 10

 
TRACK LIST:

Disc One: 1. Dance Pt.1, 2. I Think I’m Going Mad, 3. She Was Hot, 5. Too Much Blood, 6. Undercover Of The Night, 7. Too Much Blood, 8. Too Much Blood, 9. Too Much Blood, 10. Too Much Blood, 11. Too Much Blood, 12 Too Much Blood, 13. Too Much Blood.

Disc Two: 1. Too Much Blood, 2. Too Much Blood, 3. Too Much Blood, 4. Too Much Blood, 5. Too Much Blood, 6. Too Much Blood, 7. Too Much Blood, 8. Too Much Blood.

 
REVIEW:

This is the third volume of DAC’s collection of the Art Collins Tapes and like before the left and right channels are reverted and the pitch adjusted. Let’s see: Dance Pt.1 is a long version of the official take that first appeared on Art Collins tape, so it is possible to listen to the verses and vocals that were cut at the time of release. Also, there is also on Disc One another song from the Emotional Rescue sessions, I Think I'm Going Mad that has a different mix. At first listening it seems the same version as the song released on Accidents Will Happen, but the mix here has an additional piano midway.

She Was Hot is the same take as the one recorded on DAC 182, but this one has much less hiss noise than previously, plus there are many parts that cannot be heard in the 12” version that was officially released at the end of 1984, this being the withdrawn 12" version.

It was claimed by the label that track 4 Too Much Blood was a short edit of the take recorded in the official Undercover album and that it is the same version that can be find on Too Much Blood (DAC 182), but while Mick's vocal are on a single track, here Too Much Blood vocals are on a double track, so it is different.

Then follow two versions of Undercover Of The Night with an alternate mix, different from the previous one. Track 5 (Short Dub) is the same length as the regular take and mix that is found on the official Undercover. Track 6 (Long Dub) presents a mix of the official 12-inch Extended Cheeky Mix, having the same length.

What follow then are many takes of Too Much Blood, tapes that are said to have been created by the popular American DJ Arthur Baker at Stones request. There are in total 15 tracks, with some at the end of Disc One (where Track 13 seems to be the continuation of Track 12) and all the rest on Disc Two which are previously unreleased and show the process of mixing this song for a 12-inch release; note that Track 3 is the complete take of the instrumental version.


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