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Re: Seven rare Rolling Stones studio outtakes possibly early 1997
Posted by: MelBelli ()
Date: April 6, 2021 02:04

Mick, acoustic guitar capo 3, on Undercover demo. Very cool. I'm also digging the mando on Lowdown. Who's playing it?

Re: Seven rare Rolling Stones studio outtakes possibly early 1997
Posted by: ahgriorr ()
Date: April 6, 2021 04:58

Thanks

Re: Seven rare Rolling Stones studio outtakes possibly early 1997
Posted by: donvis ()
Date: April 6, 2021 05:11

Have these shown up on CD anywhere yet?

Re: Seven rare Rolling Stones studio outtakes possibly early 1997
Posted by: ChrisM42 ()
Date: April 6, 2021 06:58

The Barbados DATS (digital audio tape) are 1994 Voodoo Lounge tracks:

You Got Me Rocking - Keith on vocal like many of the early Voodoo Lounge track takes.

Don't Want Somebody Else - This is an MJ falsetto with drum machine and him sitting on a stool with a Fender guitar. He puts his demos down this way. Darryl or Ronnie on bass as he calls out a chord change.

Same as the Voodoo Brew, Stew and Residue are Barbados DAT's

Leads me to believe that the source of these is the same as above. Someone close to Ronnie who shall remain nameless.

Undercover is an early take with a count-in that I've not heard before. There are many outtakes of this song, mostly with the mix focused on the percussive side of the track.

Might As Well Get Juiced with a different tremolo guitar effect opening and vocal improvisations. Pre 'Dust Brothers'?

Keith on Low Down, same as on "Fully Finish Outtakes", but this is a different take. Has mandolin back up and great guitar tone like Keith's solo stuff. Looks like Keith has his eye on this song for his one of his own tracks. Recording take place January thru March 1997.

Early take of Saint Of Me with a stripped arrangement. This is also a 1997 'Bridges To Babylon' track.

Ronnie Song - "Don't You Miss Me" - A Ronnie demo. Maybe done at The Wick.


Yours,

Chris M.

Re: Seven rare Rolling Stones studio outtakes possibly early 1997
Date: April 6, 2021 08:33

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ChrisM42
Ronnie Song - "Don't You Miss Me" - A Ronnie demo. Maybe done at The Wick.

Ronnie’s song is Don't Mess With Cupid, an Otis Redding-cover. Possibly from 1985?

Could it be Keith on mandolin as well on Lowdown?

Re: Seven rare Rolling Stones studio outtakes possibly early 1997
Date: April 6, 2021 16:50

Is this Undercover-version the same as the acoustic one we could "mix" at Exhibitionism? Sounds like a different, perhaps earlier, take, imo.

Re: Seven rare Rolling Stones studio outtakes possibly early 1997
Posted by: Davie137 ()
Date: April 6, 2021 18:17

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donvis
Have these shown up on CD anywhere yet?

Only on the CD I was given, apparently

Re: Seven rare Rolling Stones studio outtakes possibly early 1997
Posted by: sandandglue ()
Date: April 6, 2021 20:15

The Mayflower label have announced a release from the torrents, no doubt Lighthouse will try beat a lead in their announcements today to get a piece of the action too.

Re: Seven rare Rolling Stones studio outtakes possibly early 1997
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: April 6, 2021 21:49

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DandelionPowderman
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ChrisM42
Ronnie Song - "Don't You Miss Me" - A Ronnie demo.

Ronnie’s song is Don't Mess With Cupid, an Otis Redding-cover. Possibly from 1985?

Good guessing! Nico Zentgraf also files it in the "early DW sessions" from 85.



And...
Don't you all find it puzzling that after being presented with the biggest trove of outtakes since the 1996 Vigotone sets (in the form of the FFSO boot) we are now blessed with this very nice coda.
Same sessions (82, early'85, early'93, and 1997)& same format(mp3).
Is it just a coincidence?

You could incorporate Davie137's leak into the FFSO boot and the two would blend seamlessly... Is it just a coincidence?



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 2021-04-06 21:58 by dcba.

Re: Seven rare Rolling Stones studio outtakes possibly early 1997
Date: April 6, 2021 22:21

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dcba
Quote
DandelionPowderman
Quote
ChrisM42
Ronnie Song - "Don't You Miss Me" - A Ronnie demo.

Ronnie’s song is Don't Mess With Cupid, an Otis Redding-cover. Possibly from 1985?

Good guessing! Nico Zentgraf also files it in the "early DW sessions" from 85.



And...
Don't you all find it puzzling that after being presented with the biggest trove of outtakes since the 1996 Vigotone sets (in the form of the FFSO boot) we are now blessed with this very nice coda.
Same sessions (82, early'85, early'93, and 1997)& same format(mp3).
Is it just a coincidence?

You could incorporate Davie137's leak into the FFSO boot and the two would blend seamlessly... Is it just a coincidence?

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