From the great ‘Woodstock that could have been’ festival of the past couple of weekends, the first pressed CD has been announced of the Rolling Stones first set. It’s Goldplate who are first in turning this around with one of the versions of the (presumed) audience recordings that are available. ...
The Rolling Stones, ‘En Cuba’ (Goldplate GP-1601CD1/2) Intro / Jumpin’ Jack Flash / It’s Only Rock ‘N Roll (But I Like It) / Tumbling Dice / Out Of Control / All Down The Line / Angie / Paint It Black / Honky Tonk Women / Band Introductions / You Got ...
The bootleg world is finally warming up this year to coincide with the Spring tours and it’s also bringing us more archival material. First from the Hot Lips label we have two new sets, the first is ‘The Complete Osaka Premier’, Bob Dylan’s very first show in the Japanese city, ...
New for late June / July come a mixed bag of new releases; Firstly some new Rolling Stones releases – “Street Fighting Men In Milan” on the Dog n’ Cat label features the bands two shows played in the Italian city on the 1st of October, 1970. The first show ...
The Rolling Stones “Live At The Marquee Club” (Goldplate GP-1304CD1DVD1) CD; Live With Me / Dead Flowers / I Got The Blues (Take 1) / I Got The Blues (False Start) / I Got The Blues (Take 2) / Let It Rock / Midnight Rambler / (I Can’t Get No) ...
Live At Hyde Park, London, July 5, 1969. CD ONE (66:08): Introduction (by Sam Cutler), Excerpt From Adonais (Eulogy For Brian Jones), I’m Yours and I’m Hers, Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Mercy Mercy, Stray Cat Blues, No Expectations, I’m Free, Down Home Girl, Love In Vain, Loving Cup, Honky Tonk Women, ...
Double Door Club Gig (Goldplate GP-1301CD1DVD1) Live at The Double Door, Chicago, IL., Sept. 18, 1997. CD (74:00): Introduction, Little Queenie, 19th Nervous Breakdown, You Got Me Rocking, Crazy Mama, The Last Time, Anybody Seen My Baby, Out Of Control, Let It Bleed, Shame Shame Shame, Honky Tonk Women, Start ...
Black And Blue Rehearsals (Goldplate GP-1202CD1/2/3/4) In the mid-seventies The Rolling Stones experienced another transition. The end of the Mick Taylor era is fraught with misunderstandings, accusations and innuendo. Then the band convened in Rotterdam, The Netherlands in January 1975, they had many musical idea but no guitarist to compliment ...