ROLLING STONES - CD
UN GIORNO A MILANO 1967

LABEL:
/
SOURCE:
Palalido, Palazzo dello Sport, Milano 8 April 1967 1st or 2nd show
FORMAT:
1 downlioad cdr
RUNNING TIME:
33.57
SOUND/SOURCE:
Audience mono
PACKAGING:
single slimline jewel case
 


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SOUND 7 / PACKAGING 8 / PERFORMANCE 8

 
TRACK LIST:

1. Announcement, 2. I Can’t Explain, 3. I Feel Good, 4. See See Rider, 5. Stones Introduction, 6. Taper’s comment, 7. The Last Time, 8. Paint It Black, 9. 19th Nervous Breakdown, 10. Lady Jane, 10. Get Off Of My Cloud-Yesterday’s Papers, 11. Ruby Tuesday, 13. Let’s Spend The Night Together.

 
REVIEW:

This recording whose title means One Day in Milam 1967 was uploaded in February 2006 from a friend of the son of the taper ,....this has been called the "best" Stones ´67 audience recording...although it is still far from being perfect.

Quoting the son of the taper: <my friend's father used a little tape recorder whose brand was either Geloso or Philips with ><microphone ('60 years model)<.

At the begin of the tape the announcer Silvio Noto says there will be some groups selected personally by the Stones themselves, and this recording includes 3 songs from the support acts; it could be a local Italian band called I Moschettieri which was on the bill according to the taper or it could be The Move which was on the bill too according to the Stones specialist and writer James Karnbach. Other sources, including Wikipedia, name Stormy Six. Listening carefully to the first few tracks, this is what it seems to have happened:

the first band is a group from Parma named I Moschettieri (track 1, approx 1:35); right after (track 1, approx 2:05) you can hear someone close to the taper (maybe the taper himself) clearly saying: they are five guys from Parma, three with red pants and two with yellow pants. This is a cover of the Who’s Can't Explain, as already noted, by I Moschettieri, as there seem to be no interruption in the tape.

At the beginning of track 3 the taper (?) says: now another group has arrived, one of them has a red jacket and another a black jacket. At around 0:35 he says: we have seen a group from Vercelli [a town close to Milano] which seems too melodic, and the public shows disapproval; they are five and then describes their clothes, saying one has a woman’s green jacket. There are many cuts in this track, it is likely that we hear few seconds each of different bands, that are hard to identify. It seems that track 4 is from a different band than track 2.

Track 4 is again the taper commenting about the clothes of the players on stage, then says: who likes can take his jacket off and then he says:... and the 'Strane' start playing". I have no idea what 'Strane' means (the spelling is Italian), I have never heard of a band with that name; possibly he misread Stormy Six. Also, the speaker is a different guy with a marked southern Italian accent. It could very well be Stormy Six, it sounds quite like them in those years, since they started as a rnb group.

On track 6 he says: Everybody stands up because the Rolling Stones have arrived, with quite creepy faces.... From there on, the music starts and it's quite amazing to be able to listen to it. The Stones set misses the last 2 songs of the concert. The self made artwork lists The Move ,..so this might be wrong.

According to a 2009 post this could well be the first show. Unfortunately, it was not noted down which show that was, so it was thought that probably it was the 2nd show with The Last Time and Ruby Tuesday both incomplete. Too bad the taper recorded the support groups, otherwise he would have gad space for the whole Stones set.

However subsequently came a reply that specified that the tape came from a guy who went to the show with his father (he was a "child" in ´67) ,...so that is why it has been guessed that the recording is more likely from the 1st show. Since the only commercial release of this concert is Scandinavian Shakedown (VGP 304), which says it comes from the 2nd show, we can only stress that this is the only recording that documents any Stones Italian 1967 performance. It is also reported that a 3 minutes colour private film exists, still unknown if coming from the 1st or 2nd show.



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