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Wild Horses with pedal steel
Posted by: 71Tele ()
Date: September 20, 2016 00:23

Greetings all. I am here in France writing on SwayStones' computer. We were listening to the bootleg Through The Vaults Darkly. There is a version of Wild Horses I cannot believe I never heard, with pedal steel guitar and organ. The main track appears to be the same as the album version. Who played the pedal steel? Was it recorded at the original session or added later? Any info about this track would be appreciated. Thanks.

Re: Wild Horses with pedal steel
Posted by: DonParker ()
Date: September 20, 2016 00:38

My guess would be that it's Al Perkins. Ron Wood was not around yet.

Re: Wild Horses with pedal steel
Date: September 20, 2016 00:49

Sneaky Pete, Tele. Mick sent the tapes to the US for him to overdub.

Re: Wild Horses with pedal steel
Posted by: DonParker ()
Date: September 20, 2016 00:57

thumbs up Correct DP, Al Perkins played on Torn & Frayed.

Re: Wild Horses with pedal steel
Posted by: Koen ()
Date: September 20, 2016 01:00


Re: Wild Horses with pedal steel
Posted by: TheGreek ()
Date: September 20, 2016 13:32

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71Tele
Greetings all. I am here in France writing on SwayStones' computer. We were listening to the bootleg Through The Vaults Darkly. There is a version of Wild Horses I cannot believe I never heard, with pedal steel guitar and organ. The main track appears to be the same as the album version. Who played the pedal steel? Was it recorded at the original session or added later? Any info about this track would be appreciated. Thanks.
Welcome back ! where in the world have you been hiding out ?

Re: Wild Horses with pedal steel
Date: September 20, 2016 13:39

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TheGreek
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71Tele
Greetings all. I am here in France writing on SwayStones' computer. We were listening to the bootleg Through The Vaults Darkly. There is a version of Wild Horses I cannot believe I never heard, with pedal steel guitar and organ. The main track appears to be the same as the album version. Who played the pedal steel? Was it recorded at the original session or added later? Any info about this track would be appreciated. Thanks.
Welcome back ! where in the world have you been hiding out ?

He's been rehearsing for the gig on Saturday smiling smiley

Re: Wild Horses with pedal steel
Posted by: TheGreek ()
Date: September 20, 2016 19:22

OKthumbs up

Re: Wild Horses with pedal steel
Posted by: BamaStone ()
Date: September 20, 2016 20:50

Discussed earlier, it was for the "Burrito Bros sessions...

Re: Wild Horses with pedal steel
Posted by: 71Tele ()
Date: September 21, 2016 14:22

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TheGreek
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71Tele
Greetings all. I am here in France writing on SwayStones' computer. We were listening to the bootleg Through The Vaults Darkly. There is a version of Wild Horses I cannot believe I never heard, with pedal steel guitar and organ. The main track appears to be the same as the album version. Who played the pedal steel? Was it recorded at the original session or added later? Any info about this track would be appreciated. Thanks.
Welcome back ! where in the world have you been hiding out ?
Thanks Greek! I've been taking a little break, but as DP mentioned, I'll be on guitar in London on Saturday with the IORR band.

Re: Wild Horses with pedal steel
Posted by: 71Tele ()
Date: September 21, 2016 14:24

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BamaStone
Discussed earlier, it was for the "Burrito Bros sessions...

Thanks. I had missed the earlier discussion. There is also mystery organ on this version, which is not on the released track.

Re: Wild Horses with pedal steel
Date: September 21, 2016 14:27

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BamaStone
Discussed earlier, it was for the "Burrito Bros sessions...

I don't think the Stones intended to give away their own backing tracks to the Burritos smiling smiley

No, Mick considered using Sneaky Pete for the Stones's version.

There is an even older thread here, where this was documented.

Re: Wild Horses with pedal steel
Posted by: Koen ()
Date: September 21, 2016 16:07

You can find all those older threads on this subject here.



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