ROLLING STONES - CD
TOO TOUGH

LABEL:
Frankenstein Prod. 049
SOURCE:
Track 1: Pathe Marconi St. Boulogne Billancourt, 11 November-17 December 1982; Track 2: Compass Point St. Nassau & The Hit Factory New York April- August 1983, Track 3: Pathe Marconi St. Boulogne Billancourt 15 January-28 February 1985, Tracks 4,5: Pathe Marconi St. Boulogne Billancourt 15 April-17 June 1985, Tracks 6,10: RPM St. New York 16 July-17 August 1985, Track 7: Sandymount St. St.Kildare, Ireland 14 September 1993, Track 8: Pathe Marconi St. Boulogne Billancourt early 1985, Track 9: Pathe Marconi St. Boulogne Billancourt February 1985.
FORMAT:
1 downlioad cdr
RUNNING TIME:
67.45
SOUND/SOURCE:
Soundboard Stereo
PACKAGING:
single slimline jewel case
 


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SOUND 9 / PACKAGING 9 / PERFORMANCE 10

 

TRACK LIST:

1. Too Tough I (a.k.a.XXX), 2. Too Tough II,  3. Baby You re Too Much I (demo), 4. Baby You re Too Much II (without sax version 1), 5. Baby You re Too Much II (without sax version 2), 6. Baby You re Too Much III (with sax), 7. Baby You re Too Much IV (instrumental), 8. What Am I Gonna Do With Your Love I (a.k.a. Something I Want-Your Love), 9. What Am I Gonna Do With Your Love II (a.k.a. What Am I Supposed To Do With Your Love), 10. What Am I Gonna Do With Your Love III (a.k.a. What Am I Supposed To Do With Your Love).

 
REVIEW:

Stones studio works have been the subject of many underground releases and will always be of great interest to collectors since the band s official releases have a tendency to be so rare, so fans have started creating their own product, especially those technically savvy enough to speed correct and re-master the available outtakes. Here is a fan release that focus just on three songs in many versions, let s examine them:

Too Tough (a.k.a. XXX), version one here it s a mix from 2 sources: Chain Saw Massacre (DAC 110) on left channel and Jamming With Stu (VGP 240) on the right channel while Track no.2 it s been done using Birds Vault III ( OBR 93CD 039) source (speed correction and channel duplicated). The first version of Baby You re Too Much is a demo version coming from a silver disc of Keith Richards Hamngbird Disaster (TSD 016), here a channel has been duplicated, the sound amplified and some noises deleted, this song s next presented in two versions, both without sax because it exists in two different takes with slight differences: the one called II- version 1 is a mix of Mean Lean Hits (DAC 112) on left channel and High Temperature (VGP 285) on the right channel (only the 3 first seconds are from the VGP version), while the other one is a mix of Back To Zero (DAC 020) duplicated channels and Crushed Pearl (VGP 041) for the last few seconds. Version 3 of this song comes next, the 3rd version (with sax) from Little Boy Blue cd (RS 6185), here duplicated and with a little more treble. The 2nd version was used to correct the speed (-2’91%). The last take of this songs comes from Voodoo Brew Disc n. 3 (Vigotone 0147-150): the beginning has been boosted in order not to hear the noises in the intro. The last three songs are different versions of What Am I Gonna Do With Your Love the firs one also known as Something I Want/Your Love which comes from Hamngbird Disaster and that was slowed down by -3,731%, using Glimmer Twins Private Tapes (Weeping Goat 020) cd as reference (better correction but incomplete). A channel has been duplicated, some faults deleted, in particular at 5’18 and 10’30. The sound is not great but if compared with the original the improvement is noticeable. The second version ois also known as What Am I Supposed To Do With Your Love and features Keith Richards, Bobby Womack and Don Covay on vocals. It appeared for the first time on Foxes In The Boxes (no label), here is the Can t Find Love (DAC 159) version slightly reworked. The final version has Mick Jagger on vocals, coming from Back To Zero (DAC 020) which has been duplicated and slightly reworked. The reason why DAC has been used mostly is that they are the best in terms of speed correction. Packaging is nice although the back cover background is too dark and for front cover the small picture on the back cover featuring Mick and Keith sharing a puff of smoke would have been perfect, rather than the on stage one selected.


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