Rolling Stones ‘Glasgow 1973′ on Cat n’ Dog

The Dog N’ Cat label return with another quick turn around of pressings with an already bootlegged show.

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Released on a No Label CDR, polished up by Captain Acid and pressed to silver by Eat A Peach, the September 16th 1973 show was only recently unearthed by a Facebook group and least to the internet from there.

The Dog N’ Cat label have made the decision to make this a 2 disk set, the first disk also features Billy Preston’s warm up set from earlier that night bringing us the fullest recording of the show that night.

DISC-1 BILLY PRESTON’S GOD SQUAD
DAY TRIPPER
THE BUS
THE BUS(reprise)
LET IT BE / LET’S GO GET STONED
WILL IT GO ROUND IN CIRCLES
THAT’S THE WAY GOD PLANNED IT
OUTTA SPACE
OUTTA SPACE(reprise) / GET BACK
HIGHER

DISC-2 THE ROLLING STONES
INTRODUCTION
BROWN SUGAR
GIMME SHELTER
HAPPY
TUMBLING DICE
STAR STAR
DANCING WITH MR. D.
ANGIE
YOU CAN’T ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT
MIDNIGHT RAMBLER

HONKY TONK WOMEN
ALL DOWN THE LINE
RIP THIS JOINT
JUMPING JACK FLASH
STREET FIGHTING MAN
OUTRO

Due to the labels faux pas with their recent Hyde Park release, it remains to be heard if it’s the best.

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  1. Paying the high price of a double CD (and DAC CDs are not cheap!) for getting just 31 short minutes of Billy Preston on one disc?? No thanks! I am not a Billy Preston fan, so why should I pay money for this silly release?

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  2. The No Label label released the original tape/flac on a pressed CD. I have it. And there was also a CDR version…why anyone would want to buy the EAP or the Dork n’ Cat version is beyond me. Cleaned up? Computer enhanced? Not bloody likely. Apparently a whole lot of Stones collectors have a bunch of extra 1% cash laying around to blow on these CDs. Multiple releases, reissues, “remastered” from the same source …

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