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tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: the juf ()
Date: October 10, 2005 20:14

Forty Licks Fanclub has just received the following tracklisting for the Rarities 1971-2001 CD from Virgin/EMI. Just like ABB, it will also be released on vinyl!To be released 21 November.

1. Fancy Man Blues

2. Tumbling Dice (live)

3. Wild Horses (acoustic from Tokyo)

4. Beast Of Burden (live)

5. Anyway You Look At It

6. If I Was A Dancer (part 2)

7. Miss You (Dance version)

8. Wish I'd Never Met You

9. I Just Wanna Make Love To You (live)

10. Mixed Emotions (12" version)

11. Through The Lonely Nights

12. Live With Me (live)

13. Let It Rock (live)

14. Harlem Shuffle (NY Mix)

15. Mannish Boy

16. Thru and Thru (live)

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Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: wtravis6565 ()
Date: October 10, 2005 20:20

If this is true, this is THE WORST Stones compilation ever assembled. What crap!!!! Better the Decca comps from the 70s.

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Date: October 10, 2005 20:43

Where is I Think I'm Going Mad & the Dance instrumental?

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: T&A ()
Date: October 10, 2005 20:51

well - it is a pretty crappy throw-together - but it will be the first ever CD release of Lonely Nights - so I will get it for that alone

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: retired_dog ()
Date: October 10, 2005 21:19

I'll light a candle tonight and pray that this trackslist is not true...
WHAT A CRAP COMPILATION! No Think I'm Going Mad, no Run Rudolp Run, no They Harder They Come and I guess Wild Horses (acoustic from Tokyo) is from the CD single which was culled from the Stripped album............! And those 12" mixes sounded bad back then, and they sound even badder and outdated now...

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: mickijaggeroo ()
Date: October 10, 2005 21:34

Sad, Sad, Sad.....
Don´t they have any imagination at all???

Vilhelm
Nordic Stones Vikings

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: Elbow Crunch ()
Date: October 10, 2005 21:35

What about the single version of 'All Down The Line'? And wasn't there another alternate single version of some song? Why not throw on 'Exile On Main Street Blues' too?

Bah.

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: October 10, 2005 21:43

retired_dog Wrote:
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>
> WHAT A CRAP COMPILATION! No Think I'm Going Mad,
> no Run Rudolp Run, no They Harder They Come and I
> guess Wild Horses (acoustic from Tokyo) is from
> the CD single which was culled from the Stripped
> album............! And those 12" mixes sounded bad
> back then, and they sound even badder and outdated
> now...


Run Rudolph Run and Harder They Come are Keith solo tracks and have no place on a Stones album


Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: CindyC ()
Date: October 10, 2005 21:43

Elbow Crunch Wrote:
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> What about the single version of 'All Down The
> Line'? And wasn't there another alternate single
> version of some song? Why not throw on 'Exile On
> Main Street Blues' too?
>
> Bah.


Do you mean "Everybody Pays Their Dues" which is the alternate of Street Fightin Man?

I think Good Time Women is the alternate of All Down the Line, but I might have that mixed up.

Everyone I play "I Can See It" and "Drifting Away" absolutely loves them and wants it. I used to work at EMI too, I guess my influence wore off! Bastards.

Wasn't looking too good, but I was feeling real well.

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: Koen ()
Date: October 10, 2005 21:46

Good Times Women is an early version of Tumbling Dice.

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: T&A ()
Date: October 10, 2005 21:47

No, Cindy - these are all officially released items - the ones you mention are not. The alternate ADTL was including as a b-side to the first EOMS single.

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: October 10, 2005 21:48

the album title is 'rarities' ..its not meant to be a compilation of unreleased songs like the Dance instrumental, Drift away and all that stuff

There was a different mix of ADTL when it was released as a single, but the difference is pretty minimal. I Think I'm Goin' Mad would certainly have been worthy of a place on this release

And if Virgin/EMI are going to issue unreleased songs, theyre not going to be releasing pre-1971 songs like "I can see it" or "Pay your dues"

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: CindyC ()
Date: October 10, 2005 21:49

Koen Wrote:
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> Good Times Women is an early version of Tumbling
> Dice.



Thanks Koen!

I knew it was an Exile song, but I'm listening to music as I type and I couldn't get the tune in my head.

Wasn't looking too good, but I was feeling real well.

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: wtravis6565 ()
Date: October 10, 2005 21:56

It's clear we're not going to see "rarities" during the Stones lifetime.

So why, then, can't they just put together all the non-lp stuff on one @#$%& compilation!?!? What is so hard about that? It's a no-brainer.

Personally, I hope the Virgin tracklisting is the real deal.

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: rock'nroller ()
Date: October 10, 2005 22:13

What's the upcoming title of this release? SUCKING IN THE USA?

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: sladog ()
Date: October 10, 2005 22:15

Probably won't buy this...I have all this stuff already and if I don't, I dont' want it (Harlem Shuffle mix? Give me a friggin' break!!).

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: john r ()
Date: October 10, 2005 22:28

It seems like "Collectables" redux - imagine skipping all those great Voodoo/Stripped singles (& soundtrack contributions) from 1994-98 (way better than the Steel Wheels b-sides) - actually I suppose if one never got "Collectables" back in '91....It's sort of like Sucking In the 70s, which skipped the big hits like Miss You & ER & didn't even (as one might expect) cover the first years of the Ron Wood era (throwing in an edit of Time Waits 4 No One) as logical followup to Made In the Shade (which at least had a theme - Big Hits, vol 3, '71-74, Taylor era) - This Rareties will have some great moments but no cohesion, makes no attempt to collect all the best non-lp singles, mixes dance remixes with b-sides, etc...Of course it could have been a 2 cd set, even w/ all officially issued material...

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: perosand ()
Date: October 10, 2005 22:30

As I have mentioned before , this is the best rarities cd by Stones ever!!
and........ THEN IT'S COMPLETED


CD 1
1. Come On I (single) '63 1:81
2. I Want To Be Loved 1:51
3. Fortune Teller (withdrawn single )'63 2:10
4. 1 wanna Be Your Man I ( single )'83 1;42
5. Stoned 2:08
6. Bye Bye Johnnie I (from EP "The Rolling Stotm" )'84 2:11
7. Money / 2:34
8. Poison Ivy 2:36
9. Tell Me, Baby (liran LP " Rest Of The Best") '84 1:56 ,
10. I Can't Be Satisfield (frown Lp "No.2" ) '64 3:2a
11. I've Been Loving You Too Long (ham LP " Collector's Only " ) '80 2:82
12. Time Is On My Side (from LP "Nr.2" ) '64 2confused smiley
13. 19th. Nervous Breakdown i (single) '66 3:57
14. Sad day ( flipside US ) 3:01
15. Paint It, Black I ( single ) '66 S:4S
16. Long Long While ( flipshle UK) 2:Q0
17. Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby / ( single ) '66
18. Who's Driving Your Plane 3:12
19. Let's spend The Night Together I (single) '67
20. Ruby Tuesday 3:11
21. My Girl / (from LP "Flowers") '67 2:42
22. Ride On, Baby / 2:56
23. Sitting On A Fence 3;06
24. We Love You I ( single ) '67 4:38 25. Dandelion 3:35
26. Jumpin' Jack Flash I (single) '68 3:40 27. Child a The Moon 3:08

CD 2
1. Honky tonk Woman (single)'69 3:02
2. @#$%& Blues* (from the LP " Rest Of The Best ")'83 03 :29
3. Let It Rock (live Leads 13.3.71-flipside of single Brown Sugar/Bitch)'71
4. Through The Lonely Nights (flipside of single'Yt's Only Rock'n Roll ")'74
5. Everything k Turning To Gold (from LP "Sucking In The Seventies")'81 04:00
6. When The Whip Comes Down (live 6.7.78- from LP " Sucking In The Seventies ") o4:26
7. Beast OF Burden (live -Chicago 25.11.81- Tlipside of single "Going To A Go Go") '82
8. I Think I'm Going Mad (flipside of single "She Was Hot")'64 04:20
9. Fancy Man Blues ( flipside of single "Mixed Emotions") TO 04:57
10. Cook Cook Blues (flipside of single "Rock and a Hard Place")'89 04:23
11. wish I'd Never Met You(flipsidaofsingle 'TerriTying")'90
12. High Wire 1(7 inch version -single)'91 3:45
13. 2000 Light Years From Home (live Barcelona 13.9.81)
14. I Just Wanna Make Love To You I (live London 8.7.90 -from CD single '°Highwire Play With Fire")'81 4:09
15. Play With Fire( live Clemson 26.11.89) oa:as
16. Sex Drive ( from CD Flashpoint )'91 5:07
17. Harlem Shufle(live Tokyo -27.2.91-single)'91 4:49
18. Undercover Of The Night (live Atlantic City 19.12.89) 4:32
19. Tumblin' Dice / (live London 24.9.90 -from CD single "Jumpin Jack Flesh/Street Fighting Man-)'91 4:24
1. Street Fighting Man ( live London 23.08.90 )
2. The Storm I (from CD single "Love Is Strong/So Young")'94
3. So Young
4. Jump On Top Of Me (from CD single "You Got Me Rocking" )'94
5. I'm Gonna Drive (from CD single " Out Of Tears/Sparks Will Fly')'94
6. I Go Wild ( live Miami, Florida on November 25 -from CD single " I Go Wild " - studio verson)'94
7. Honest I Do (soundtrack -"Hope Floats" -from "Stripped" session )'95
8. Black Limousine 1 (live -from CD single "Like A Rolling Stone/All Down The Line" )'95
9. All Down The Line (live) oa:xa
10. Tumbling Dice 1 (live -from CD Single "Wild Horses/Live With MelGimmie Shelter" )'96
11. Live With Me(live)
12. Gimmie Shelter (live)
13. Anyway You Look At It (from CD single "Saint Of Me")'96
14. Don't Stop (single)'02
15. Stealing My Heart (from CD "Forty Licks" as tracks 76 and 17)'02
16. Keys To Your Love
17. Losing My Touch o

and.... THEN IT'S COMPLETED


Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: CindyC ()
Date: October 10, 2005 22:36

Gazza Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> the album title is 'rarities' ..its not meant to
> be a compilation of unreleased songs like the
> Dance instrumental, Drift away and all that stuff
>
> There was a different mix of ADTL when it was
> released as a single, but the difference is pretty
> minimal. I Think I'm Goin' Mad would certainly
> have been worthy of a place on this release
>
> And if Virgin/EMI are going to issue unreleased
> songs, theyre not going to be releasing pre-1971
> songs like "I can see it" or "Pay your dues"


Gazza, you and T&A are amazing. How do you know all this stuff? I'm jealous.



Wasn't looking too good, but I was feeling real well.

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: RobertJohnson ()
Date: October 10, 2005 22:39

Ok, Ok that's not the best we could imagine ... But "Beast of Burden" live and the several Blues numbers are ok. Otherwise we all have the boots and there we have nothing else but the true Stones ...

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: gut ()
Date: October 10, 2005 23:01

Rarities, My Ass.....

More crap aimed at the general public by including Beast of Burden and Miss You on it.

I wanted more unreleased stuff and rare b-sides, not more f-cking live versions of the same warhorses.

.......but I'll still probably buy the thing, just to get the DVD.

#......Go ahead....Bite the Big Apple....Don't mind the Maggots.....Uh Huh...#

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: Elbow Crunch ()
Date: October 10, 2005 23:06

By alternate versions I meant single versions - sorry for the confusion :\

And the other song I was thinking of was 'Sway' - wasn't this mixed differently for the B-side version?

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: October 10, 2005 23:07

CindyC Wrote:
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>
> Gazza, you and T&A are amazing. How do you
> know all this stuff? I'm jealous.
>

we both live very shallow and empty lives, Cindy.

No need to be jealous!

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: T&A ()
Date: October 10, 2005 23:12

gazza's is more empty, but mine is certainly more shallow.

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: Leonard Keringer ()
Date: October 10, 2005 23:14

come on people, you cant be totally empty & shallow if ya respect & love the stones

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: T&A ()
Date: October 10, 2005 23:17

you can't? you're not working at it enough, Leonard....

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: Leonard Keringer ()
Date: October 10, 2005 23:20

okay...i'll try harder

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: T&A ()
Date: October 10, 2005 23:21

just knowing you're making the effort is encouraging....

Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: retired_dog ()
Date: October 10, 2005 23:23

Gazza Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> retired_dog Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> >
> > WHAT A CRAP COMPILATION! No Think I'm Going
> Mad,
> > no Run Rudolp Run, no They Harder They Come
> and I
> > guess Wild Horses (acoustic from Tokyo) is
> from
> > the CD single which was culled from the
> Stripped
> > album............! And those 12" mixes
> sounded bad
> > back then, and they sound even badder and
> outdated
> > now...
>
>
> Run Rudolph Run and Harder They Come are Keith
> solo tracks and have no place on a Stones album
>
>

Mmmm, Gazza, that's debatable. As far as I know, both were recorded during Stones sessions and just labelled "Keith Richards" for release....
Memo From Turner is also Jagger solo, but ABCKO included it in the Stones Singles Collection set...


Re: tracklisting Rarities 1971-2001
Posted by: Gazza ()
Date: October 10, 2005 23:50

retired_dog Wrote:
>
> Mmmm, Gazza, that's debatable. As far as I know,
> both were recorded during Stones sessions and just
> labelled "Keith Richards" for release....


'Harder they come' comes from a Stones session (Hollywood august 1978), although the only other Stones on it are Woody and Charlie

'Run rudolph run' was from a solo session

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