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Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: saltoftheearth ()
Date: January 20, 2012 23:29

The compilation up till now:

Baby What You Want Me to Do (Crawdaddy Club 1963)
Dust My Pyramids (BBC 1964)
Under My Thumb (1966)
Stray Cat Blues (Altamont 1969)
Can’t you hear me knocking? (1971)
Loving cup (Vancouver 1972)
Torn and Frayed (Vancouver 1972)
Ventilator Blues (Vancouver 1972)
All Down The Line (Philadelphia 1972)
Rocks Off (Perth 1973)
Angie (Brussels 1973)
Hand of Fate (Frankfurt 1976)
Let it bleed (Philadelphia 1981)
Just My Imagination (Hampton 1981)
Salt of the earth (Atlantic City 1989)
Midnight Rambler (Atlantic City 1989)
She smiled sweetly (New York 2002)
Sweet Virgina (Stockholm 2003)





Love In Vain – 1969 [specific version missing!!!]
Gimmie Shelter – 1969 [[b]specific version missing!!!][/b]
Satisfaction – 1969 [specific version missing!!!]

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: 1963luca0 ()
Date: January 21, 2012 12:48

It's All Over, Now - London Palladium 1967
Wild Horses - NYC '75
Miss You - Naples '82
Midnight Rambler - Cologne No Security Euro leg (was it in 1999?)

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: with sssoul ()
Date: January 21, 2012 12:57

Quote
1963luca0
It's All Over, Now - London Palladium 1967

freakin great choice! i second that
and thanks saltoftheearth for letting me have those 1964 Pyramids :E
if it's not pushing my luck too much how about Hey Crawdaddy from Paris 65
and Jumping Jack Flash from NME 68? we need those!

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: shortfatfanny ()
Date: January 21, 2012 13:02

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: DandelionPowderman ()
Date: January 20, 2012 17:01

CYHMK from the 1971 tour.

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: shortfatfanny ()
Date: January 20, 2012 17:00

CYHMK ´71 tour
----------------------------------------------------------
That´s more than just fiction....


Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: whitem8 ()
Date: January 21, 2012 13:34

Sweet Black Angel and Ventilator Blues Vancouver 72

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: saltoftheearth ()
Date: January 21, 2012 15:12

The compilation so far:

Baby What You Want Me to Do (Crawdaddy Club 1963)
Dust My Pyramids (BBC 1964)
Hey Crawdaddy (Paris 1965)
Under My Thumb (1966)
It's All Over, Now (London 1967)
Jumping Jack Flash (London NME 1968)
Stray Cat Blues (Altamont 1969)
Brown sugar (Paris 1970)
Can’t you hear me knocking? (1971)
Loving cup (Vancouver 1972)
Torn and Frayed (Vancouver 1972)
Ventilator Blues (Vancouver 1972)
All Down The Line (Philadelphia 1972)
Rocks Off (Perth 1973)
Angie (Brussels 1973)
Wild Horses (New York 1975)
Hand of Fate (Frankfurt 1976)
Let it bleed (Philadelphia 1981)
Just My Imagination (Hampton 1981)
Miss You (Naples 1982)
Salt of the earth (Atlantic City 1989)
Midnight Rambler (Atlantic City 1989)
Midnight Rambler (Cologne 1999)
She smiled sweetly (New York 2002)
Sweet Virgina (Stockholm 2003)


That already looks quite impressive, doesn't it? I left the 1969 prposals because I only want to include specific versions (but I added Paris 1970 as my own second proposal).
The Ron Wood years are quite underrepresented, aren't they?

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: straycatblues73 ()
Date: January 21, 2012 15:24

another non-ron one : i'm free oakland 69

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: deardoctor ()
Date: January 21, 2012 21:40

It´s all over now (Werchter 2007)
Undercover (B-side Flashpoint)

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: Zack ()
Date: January 21, 2012 21:58

Problem is, where are we going to get a recording of CYHMK from 1971?

I'll add Moonlight Mile and You Got the Silver from Oakland, 1-25-99

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: saltoftheearth ()
Date: January 22, 2012 16:04

LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES

Baby What You Want Me to Do (Crawdaddy Club 1963)
Dust My Pyramids (BBC 1964)
Hey Crawdaddy (Paris 1965)
Under My Thumb (1966)
It's All Over, Now (London 1967)
Jumping Jack Flash (London NME 1968)
I’m free (Oakland 1969)
Stray Cat Blues (Altamont 1969)
Brown sugar (Paris 1970)
Can’t you hear me knocking? (1971)
Loving cup (Vancouver 1972)
Torn and Frayed (Vancouver 1972)
Ventilator Blues (Vancouver 1972)
All Down The Line (Philadelphia 1972)
Rocks Off (Perth 1973)
Angie (Brussels 1973)
Wild Horses (New York 1975)
Hand of Fate (Frankfurt 1976)
Let it bleed (Philadelphia 1981)
Just My Imagination (Hampton 1981)
Miss You (Naples 1982)
Salt of the earth (Atlantic City 1989)
Midnight rambler (Atlantic City 1989)
Midnight rambler (Cologne 1999)
Moonlight mile (Oakland 1999)
You Got the Silver (Oakland 1999)
She smiled sweetly (New York 2002)
Sweet Virgina (Stockholm 2003)
It´s all over now (Werchter 2007)

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: with sssoul ()
Date: January 22, 2012 16:39

Moon Is Up - Shepherd's Bush 1999

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: Doxa ()
Date: January 22, 2012 17:33

Hmm.. it looks like t many are doing a sort of LIVE RARITIES THROUGH THE YEARS here... to my eyes some song choices are VERY hard core fan based, and give me like an impression of collecting rare stamps. But for me making a cover of, say, 35 years old odd song, probably never played before, is not probly musicwise something one should think about making an official release. But then again, there surely enough of satisfactions, jumpingjackflashes, brownsugars etc already officially released... And of course, this is all fictional, so... smileys with beer

- Doxa

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: EddieByword ()
Date: January 22, 2012 18:29

When the whip comes down - Hampton Roads 1981
Miss you - San Diego 1998



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2012-01-23 21:49 by EddieByword.

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: Tumblin_Dice_07 ()
Date: January 22, 2012 18:56

Quote
Erik_Snow
Let It Bleed - Philadelphia 1981


LOL

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: stonesdan60 ()
Date: January 22, 2012 23:05

Quote
Tumblin_Dice_07
Quote
Erik_Snow
Let It Bleed - Philadelphia 1981


LOL

Not sure if this refers to the first or second show, lol. I was at the first show. The intro was a nightmare. It sounded like they were playing in two different keys. They had to stop cold, and Mick said, "Woody, Woody.." Ron said, "I thought we reheased it in G!" They all cracked up, the audience had a good laugh and then they started all over and if I recall they did a pretty good job of it. It was pretty funny.

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: saltoftheearth ()
Date: January 23, 2012 16:00

THROUGH THE YEARS - LIVE RARITIES


Baby What You Want Me to Do (Crawdaddy Club 1963)
Dust My Pyramids (BBC 1964)
Hey Crawdaddy (Paris 1965)
Under My Thumb (1966)
It's All Over, Now (London 1967)
Jumping Jack Flash (London NME 1968)
I’m free (Oakland 1969)
Stray Cat Blues (Altamont 1969)
Brown sugar (Paris 1970)
Can’t you hear me knocking? (1971)
Loving cup (Vancouver 1972)
Torn and Frayed (Vancouver 1972)
Ventilator Blues (Vancouver 1972)
All Down The Line (Philadelphia 1972)
Rocks Off (Perth 1973)
Angie (Brussels 1973)
Wild Horses (New York 1975)
Hand of Fate (Frankfurt 1976)
Let it bleed (Philadelphia 1981)
When the whip comes down (Hampton 1981)
Just My Imagination (Hampton 1981)
Miss You (Naples 1982)
Salt of the earth (Atlantic City 1989)
Midnight rambler (Atlantic City 1989)
Miss you (San Diego 1998)
Midnight rambler (Cologne 1999)
Moon Is Up (Shepherd's Bush 1999)
Moonlight mile (Oakland 1999)
You Got the Silver (Oakland 1999)
She smiled sweetly (New York 2002)
Sweet Virgina (Stockholm 2003)
It´s all over now (Werchter 2007)

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Date: January 23, 2012 16:07

Quote
stonesdan60
As for a compilation from the official live albums...I would skip Got Live If You Want It, start with Ya Ya's and go forward, trying to sequence it like an actual concert that progresses through the decades...
FROM YA YA'S:
JUMPING JACK FLASH
STRAY CAT BLUES
HONKY TONK WOMEN
LOVE IN VAIN
MIDNIGHT RAMBLER

FROM LOVE YOU LIVE
IF YOU CAN'T ROCK ME / GET OFF OF MY CLOUD
HOT STUFF
HAPPY
STAR STAR
AROUND AND AROUND
IT'S ONLY ROCK AND ROLL

FROM STILL LIFE
UNDER MY THUMB
LET'S SPEND THE NIGHT TOGETHER
TIME IS ON MY SIDE

FROM FLASHPOINT
RUBY TUESDAY
YOU CAN'T ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT
PAINT IT BLACK
SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL

FROM STRIPPED
LIKE A ROLLING STONE
DEAD FLOWERS

FROM NO SECURITY
GIMME SHELTER
LIVE WITH ME
SISTER MORPHINE
OUT OF CONTROL

FROM LIVE LICKS
MONKEY MAN
CAN'T YOU HEAR ME KNOCKING?
BEAST OF BURDEN
WHEN THE WHIP COMES DOWN
ROCK ME BABY
STREET FIGHTING MAN

FROM SHINE A LIGHT
SHATTERED
SHE WAS HOT
ALL DOWN THE LINE
JUST MY IMAGINATION
START ME UP
SATISFACTION

Nothing from Brussels Affair or Live In Texas?

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: stonesdan60 ()
Date: January 23, 2012 17:05

Quote
DandelionPowderman
Quote
stonesdan60
As for a compilation from the official live albums...I would skip Got Live If You Want It, start with Ya Ya's and go forward, trying to sequence it like an actual concert that progresses through the decades...
FROM YA YA'S:
JUMPING JACK FLASH
STRAY CAT BLUES
HONKY TONK WOMEN
LOVE IN VAIN
MIDNIGHT RAMBLER

FROM LOVE YOU LIVE
IF YOU CAN'T ROCK ME / GET OFF OF MY CLOUD
HOT STUFF
HAPPY
STAR STAR
AROUND AND AROUND
IT'S ONLY ROCK AND ROLL

FROM STILL LIFE
UNDER MY THUMB
LET'S SPEND THE NIGHT TOGETHER
TIME IS ON MY SIDE

FROM FLASHPOINT
RUBY TUESDAY
YOU CAN'T ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT
PAINT IT BLACK
SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL

FROM STRIPPED
LIKE A ROLLING STONE
DEAD FLOWERS

FROM NO SECURITY
GIMME SHELTER
LIVE WITH ME
SISTER MORPHINE
OUT OF CONTROL

FROM LIVE LICKS
MONKEY MAN
CAN'T YOU HEAR ME KNOCKING?
BEAST OF BURDEN
WHEN THE WHIP COMES DOWN
ROCK ME BABY
STREET FIGHTING MAN

FROM SHINE A LIGHT
SHATTERED
SHE WAS HOT
ALL DOWN THE LINE
JUST MY IMAGINATION
START ME UP
SATISFACTION

Nothing from Brussels Affair or Live In Texas?

Good point. I guess it hasn't sunk in to me yet that Brussells is now an "official" release. And although I've heard much of SGLIT, I keep forgetting about it being a new official release. Believe it or not, despite being a mega-fan, I still don't own it as I'm currently laid off and barely have enough funds to just pay the rent and make ends meet. Hopefully that will change soon as I'm trying hard to find a new job and have some money I can actually spend! Yes, the consideration of Brussells and SGLIT would surely cause me to make some revisions to my list! Our ecomomy here in NJ, USA is really bad and work is a bitch to find for many of us.
"In the sweet old country where I come from / nobody ever works / nothing ever gets done / We hang fire..." sad smiley

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: rockdoc8885 ()
Date: January 23, 2012 21:27

Midnight Rambler-Brussels 1973
Rocks Off- Perth 1973
No Expectations_Don't know which show, but there's gotta be a good recording somewhere.

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: douwew ()
Date: January 23, 2012 21:46

That's How Strong My Love Is - Utrecht 2003

Best version ever!! Jagger stretching his voice and giving it all!

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: with sssoul ()
Date: January 23, 2012 22:11

Infamy, Philadelphia october 10th 2005

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: ryanpow ()
Date: January 23, 2012 22:17

Quote
stonesdan60
Quote
Tumblin_Dice_07
Quote
Erik_Snow
Let It Bleed - Philadelphia 1981


LOL

Not sure if this refers to the first or second show, lol. I was at the first show. The intro was a nightmare. It sounded like they were playing in two different keys. They had to stop cold, and Mick said, "Woody, Woody.." Ron said, "I thought we reheased it in G!" They all cracked up, the audience had a good laugh and then they started all over and if I recall they did a pretty good job of it. It was pretty funny.

I'm a fan of the 81 tour in general, but LIB from those shows is just a little too ragged for me. From what i've heard.

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: Erik_Snow ()
Date: January 23, 2012 22:25

Quote
ryanpow
Quote
stonesdan60
Quote
Tumblin_Dice_07
Quote
Erik_Snow
Let It Bleed - Philadelphia 1981


LOL

Not sure if this refers to the first or second show, lol. I was at the first show. The intro was a nightmare. It sounded like they were playing in two different keys. They had to stop cold, and Mick said, "Woody, Woody.." Ron said, "I thought we reheased it in G!" They all cracked up, the audience had a good laugh and then they started all over and if I recall they did a pretty good job of it. It was pretty funny.

I'm a fan of the 81 tour in general, but LIB from those shows is just a little too ragged for me. From what i've heard.

Oh I think Let It Bleed was real excellent....but not at all concerts of course. You've probably heard the trainwreck from the otherwise great Tempe show.

Search for Let It Bleed Philadelphia 1981 on youtube to hear the first performance of the tour...a memorable moment

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: goingmad ()
Date: January 23, 2012 23:26

Jumpin' Jack Flash (double door Chicago 1997)
Out of Control (Barcelona 1998)
Stop Breaking down (Miami 1994)

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: goingmad ()
Date: January 23, 2012 23:33





This is amazing!

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Date: January 23, 2012 23:51

Quote
goingmad




This is amazing!

Holy Sh*T! Anyone criticizing late era Stones, and lackluster playing/ posing by Keith need to look at this. Keith is amazing here; hardly ever have seen him play so hard and intense. The way his lower strings sound..man oh man.
At the end of the instrumental bridge at ca 1:48 he points at the floor for Jagger to take his place again, LOL

I just wanted to agree on a point with Doxa. Several choices here stand for 'rare selection" not for a great performance. "Sweet Black Angel" or "Torn & Frayed" in Vancouver 72 were not good at all.

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: Turd On The Run ()
Date: January 24, 2012 01:18

The Stones' greatest 3 live minutes...Bye Bye Johnny - 1972 American Tour...Fort Worth or New York City version...if a Martian flew through my window and asked me to explain Rock and Roll to his species I would light him a joint and play the Stones live '72 version of Bye Bye Johnny at maximum volume...no need to say a word...

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: CousinC ()
Date: January 24, 2012 02:07

Sorry, but what is great about that 97 D.Door version of JJF?

But I'll second the Turd!
The Stones doing Berry and esp. B.B. Johnny from 72 is like the nucleus of Rock'n Roll . . !!

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: saltoftheearth ()
Date: January 24, 2012 17:24

THROUGH THE YEARS - LIVE RARITIES


Baby What You Want Me to Do (Crawdaddy Club 1963)
Dust My Pyramids (BBC 1964)
Hey Crawdaddy (Paris 1965)
Under My Thumb (1966)
It's All Over, Now (London 1967)
Jumping Jack Flash (London NME 1968)
I’m free (Oakland 1969)
Stray Cat Blues (Altamont 1969)
Brown sugar (Paris 1970)
Can’t you hear me knocking? (1971)
Loving cup (Vancouver 1972)
Torn and Frayed (Vancouver 1972)
Ventilator Blues (Vancouver 1972)
All Down The Line (Philadelphia 1972)
Bye Bye Johnny (New York 1972)
Rocks Off (Perth 1973)
Angie (Brussels 1973)
Wild Horses (New York 1975)
Hand of Fate (Frankfurt 1976)
Let it bleed (Philadelphia 1981)
When the whip comes down (Hampton 1981)
Just My Imagination (Hampton 1981)
Miss You (Naples 1982)
Salt of the earth (Atlantic City 1989)
Midnight rambler (Atlantic City 1989)
Stop Breaking down (Miami 1994)
Jumpin' Jack Flash (Chicago, Double Door 1997)
Out of Control (Barcelona 1998)
Miss you (San Diego 1998)
Midnight rambler (Cologne 1999)
Moon Is Up (Shepherd's Bush 1999)
Moonlight mile (Oakland 1999)
You Got the Silver (Oakland 1999)
She smiled sweetly (New York 2002)
Sweet Virgina (Stockholm 2003)
That's How Strong My Love Is (Utrecht 2003)
Infamy (Philadelphia 2005)
It´s all over now (Werchter 2007)

Re: Fictional compilation LIVE THROUGH THE DECADES
Posted by: saltoftheearth ()
Date: January 24, 2012 17:27

Midnight rambler and JJF appear twice. What to do?

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