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The SODD label in Japan released two new Rolling Stones silvers recently, both with very common material:
Can’t Stop Rollin’ (SODD 077/78) is another pressed release of the KBFH Handsome Girls material on two discs:
Disc 1 01 Let It Rock(***) 02 All Down The Line(****) 03 Honky Tonk Women(****) 04 Star Star(****) 05 When The Whip Comes Down(***) 06 Lies(****) 07 Miss You(***) 08 Beast Of Burden(****) 09 Shattered(*) 10 Respectable(****) 11 Just My Imagination(***) 12 Far Away Eyes(**) 13 Love In Vain(***) 14 Tumbling Dice(***) 15 Happy(***)
Disc 2 01 Hound Dog(*) 02 Sweet Little Sixteen(****) 03 Brown Sugar(****) 04 Jumping Jack Flash(****) 05 Miss You(**) 06 Lies(**) 07 Beast Of Burden(**) 08 Shattered(**) 09 Just My Imagination(**) 10 Respectable(**) 11 Sweet Little Sixteen(**) 12 All Down The Line(***) 13 Star Star(***) 14 Lies(***) 15 Shattered(***)
(*) Midsouth Coliseum, Memphis, TN – June 28, 1978 (**) Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY – June 29, 1978
(***) Masonic Hall, Detroit, MI – July 6, 1978 (****) Hofheinz Pavilion, Houston, TX – July 19, 1978
Twenty Flight Rock (SODD 079/80) is the umpteenth release of the famous 1981 Virginia Pay-Per-View broadcast.
Recorded Live At Hampton Coliseum, Hampton Roads, VA December 18th, 1981
Disc 1 01 Intro: Take The “A” Train 02 Under My Thumb 03 When The Whip Comes Down 04 Let’s Spend The Night Together 05 Shattered 06 Neighbours 07 Black Limousine 08 Just My Imagination 09 Twenty Flight Rock 10 Going To A Go-Go 11 Let Me Go 12 Time Is On My Side 13 Beast Of Burden 14 Waiting On A Friend 15 Let It Bleed
Disc 2 01 You Can’t Always Get What You Want 02 Band Introductions 03 Little T&A 04 Tumbling Dice 05 She’s So Cold 06 Hang Fire 07 Miss You 08 Honky Tonk Women 09 Brown Sugar 10 Start Me Up 11 Jumping Jack Flash 12 (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction 13 Outro: Star Spangled Banner
And in another opportunity for Stones collectors to whine and bitch (something they love to do), it seems that the Vinyl Gang label has been revived. Focusing upon updating their impressive and influential catalogue, the first release is a one disc title called They’re Really Rockin’ In Boston (VGP-020). This covers the July 18th, 1972 Boston show with the same cover as the old release and on a black VGP label. This is remastered over the old release which uses a different source than Jailhouse Rock (DAC-026) on Vinyl Gang’s other Stones label. Next week VGP will re-release Germany 1976 (VGP-023) and Rock ‘N’ Roll Animals (VGP-374).
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