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The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: JMARKO ()
Date: February 25, 2022 03:45

50th Anniversary of the 1972 Tour.

If not now, when?



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Re: 50 years now. Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: February 25, 2022 04:23

Still waitin for the 1792 shows ....



ROCKMAN

Re: 50 years now. Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: treaclefingers ()
Date: February 25, 2022 04:47

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Rockman
Still waitin for the 1792 shows ....

Put me down for 3 vinyl copies of that.

Actually back then, they were probably made of glass.

Re: 50 years now. Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: February 25, 2022 10:45

Worth a rerun! grinning smiley
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I wonder what happened to HEILOOBAAS btw...

Re: 50 years now. Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: MadMax ()
Date: February 25, 2022 11:29

Hehe I always refer to the "Exile Tour" as the 1792 Tour, some things just stick....smileys with beer

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: ProfessorWolf ()
Date: February 25, 2022 13:53

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JMARKO
50th Anniversary of the 1972 Tour.

If not now, when?

yes

and also c-cksucker blues

i'd like to see release it like charlie is my darling with a extended recut version that better reflect the bands views about the tour

and frank's original versions

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: Erik_Snow ()
Date: February 25, 2022 14:05

CS Blues is just like Dylan's Renaldo & Clara from the 1975 tour; extremely boring apart from the concert footage. Both should had been edited with 70%-80%, then it would be a terrific 20 minute watch.

Re: 50 years now. Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: Spud ()
Date: February 25, 2022 14:55

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MadMax
Hehe I always refer to the "Exile Tour" as the 1792 Tour, some things just stick....smileys with beer

Lives in my memory as the "STP" tour.

That book left big impressions on my early teenage mind .

[My mate Simon and I very nearly dared to chuck a telly out of an upstairs window grinning smiley]

Re: 50 years now. Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: xke38 ()
Date: February 25, 2022 16:03

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Rockman
Still waitin for the 1792 shows ....

The 1789 version of Street Fighting Man was even better (more topical).

Re: 50 years now. Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: treaclefingers ()
Date: February 25, 2022 16:33

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xke38
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Rockman
Still waitin for the 1792 shows ....

The 1789 version of Street Fighting Man was even better (more topical).

I think it was probably better known as "Cobblestone Street Fighting Man" at that point.

Re: 50 years now. Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: xke38 ()
Date: February 25, 2022 17:06

Bit of a mouthful to sing though...

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: retired_dog ()
Date: February 25, 2022 17:55

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Erik_Snow
CS Blues is just like Dylan's Renaldo & Clara from the 1975 tour; extremely boring apart from the concert footage. Both should had been edited with 70%-80%, then it would be a terrific 20 minute watch.

Yeah, the 70's were a time of overboarding rock star self-indulgence. A time when a scene of a music idol accidentally or intentionally letting off a fart backstage was hailed as a significant artistic expression... or so. Decades later, nowadays, after realizing that these people were simply human after all, it's just boring to watch.

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: johnh ()
Date: February 25, 2022 20:01

why doesn't "Ladies and Gentlemen" count?

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: Erik_Snow ()
Date: February 25, 2022 20:10

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johnh
why doesn't "Ladies and Gentlemen" count?

Because they didn't really peak before very late june or maybe one should say july 1972. ANd because the sound isn't that good at all.

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: ProfessorWolf ()
Date: February 25, 2022 20:38

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Erik_Snow
CS Blues is just like Dylan's Renaldo & Clara from the 1975 tour; extremely boring apart from the concert footage. Both should had been edited with 70%-80%, then it would be a terrific 20 minute watch.

right i agree but how much footage did franks shoot that was left out that would make for a more interesting document of the tour

i'm thinking like the recent footage of them rehearsing in texas

how much more like that is sitting around somewhere?

someone should be able assemble the footage franks shot into something more intersting

and even if they just released franks version how many of you would like to have a hd remastered video and audio blu ray (if for nothing else then just the live footage) as opposed to a 40 year old vhs transfer?

being able to see it that way might very well change the way many of us view it

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: S.T.P ()
Date: February 25, 2022 20:40

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Erik_Snow
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johnh
why doesn't "Ladies and Gentlemen" count?

Because they didn't really peak before very late june or maybe one should say july 1972. ANd because the sound isn't that good at all.

The sound is aweful, and it still sounds like a bootleg.

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: Munichhilton ()
Date: February 25, 2022 20:51

I gotta think with the release of L&G along with the deluxe Exile that Mick would feel 1972 has been sufficiently revisited. Nothing more to come while he’s in charge of packaging product…

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: slewan ()
Date: February 25, 2022 21:15

maybe well get something at the end of this year – otherwise all (unreleased!) 1972 recording become public domain

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: 24FPS ()
Date: February 25, 2022 21:20

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S.T.P
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Erik_Snow
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johnh
why doesn't "Ladies and Gentlemen" count?

Because they didn't really peak before very late june or maybe one should say july 1972. ANd because the sound isn't that good at all.

The sound is aweful, and it still sounds like a bootleg.

Did something happen to the original Quad master tapes? I got it on BluRay and the sound is only marginally better. I saw it in a midnight showing at a theater in 1976. Sounded great.

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: February 25, 2022 22:01

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24FPS

Did something happen to the original Quad master tapes?

IORR member and band archivist Videojames once wrote here that the original film material for L&G is nowhere to be found. For the BR release they relied on second-hand footage.

One can only hope - as it happens so often - the cans of reels were mis-labeled, sit in a film vault and one day will be rediscovered.

Re: 50 years now. Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: treaclefingers ()
Date: February 25, 2022 22:42

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xke38
Bit of a mouthful to sing though...

Try it in a really old english accent. Flows pretty good.

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: yearsinthemaking ()
Date: February 25, 2022 22:48

All of the Philly shows were recorded and likely the Pittsburgh show is in the vault somewhere. I'm also betting that all of the NYC shows were recorded as well. I bet there's a load of '72 shows out there just waiting to see the light of day. I think this is the year for the vault recording release "Welcome to New York"!!!!!

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: ProfessorWolf ()
Date: February 25, 2022 23:25

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slewan
maybe well get something at the end of this year – otherwise all (unreleased!) 1972 recording become public domain

well what exactly should we expect?

ghs session outtakes?

what about the 40 or so minute video of pittsburgh?

or extra footage from msg that that was shot by the dick cavett show?

and isn't there a uncirculated soundboard recording from the winterland or la forum or something like that?

besides these pretty much everything has been released or bootlegged to death

and any copyright extension release they would just release the bootleg audio like abcko did in 2019 right?

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: S.T.P ()
Date: February 26, 2022 00:05

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ProfessorWolf
Quote
slewan
maybe well get something at the end of this year – otherwise all (unreleased!) 1972 recording become public domain

well what exactly should we expect?

ghs session outtakes?

what about the 40 or so minute video of pittsburgh?

or extra footage from msg that that was shot by the dick cavett show?

and isn't there a uncirculated soundboard recording from the winterland or la forum or something like that?

besides these pretty much everything has been released or bootlegged to death

and any copyright extension release they would just release the bootleg audio like abcko did in 2019 right?
Well, the actual live album could/sould be a start

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: Erik_Snow ()
Date: February 26, 2022 00:18

If they chose to release something from 1972, it would make a lot more sense, for them, to release something that's allready available in so fine quality, illegally, that there would be a market for them (soon to be) semi-official CDs in official stores when the copyright runs out; not only among "bootleg collectors". And that means Fort Worth, Houston, Philadelphia or the last MSG show.

Winterland or Los Angeles....them circulating audience recordings would not appeal to the usual customers; they'd demand their money back. Even Pittsburgh 1972 wouldn't be any financial success, as it is now.

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: ProfessorWolf ()
Date: February 26, 2022 00:34

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Erik_Snow
Winterland or Los Angeles....them circulating audience recordings would not appeal to the usual customers; they'd demand their money back. Even Pittsburgh 1972 wouldn't be any financial success, as it is now.

i clearly remember it being discussed on here about a uncirculated soundboard from the first part of the tour in california (sorry can't think of the exact venue/city) in someone's collection

and i think it's one of the shows without a circulating audience recording too

now that would be cool to get

anyone remember this?

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: ProfessorWolf ()
Date: February 26, 2022 00:37

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S.T.P
Quote
ProfessorWolf
Quote
slewan
maybe well get something at the end of this year – otherwise all (unreleased!) 1972 recording become public domain

well what exactly should we expect?

ghs session outtakes?

what about the 40 or so minute video of pittsburgh?

or extra footage from msg that that was shot by the dick cavett show?

and isn't there a uncirculated soundboard recording from the winterland or la forum or something like that?

besides these pretty much everything has been released or bootlegged to death

and any copyright extension release they would just release the bootleg audio like abcko did in 2019 right?
Well, the actual live album could/sould be a start

absolutely!smiling smiley

throw in the stevie wonder tracks and that be even better

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Date: February 26, 2022 01:32

There may be something from this tour in the Bill Graham archives that we do not know about.

I would find it strange that other tours were recorded but not the 1972 tour.

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: JMARKO ()
Date: February 26, 2022 07:06

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ProfessorWolf
Quote
Erik_Snow
CS Blues is just like Dylan's Renaldo & Clara from the 1975 tour; extremely boring apart from the concert footage. Both should had been edited with 70%-80%, then it would be a terrific 20 minute watch.

right i agree but how much footage did franks shoot that was left out that would make for a more interesting document of the tour

i'm thinking like the recent footage of them rehearsing in texas

how much more like that is sitting around somewhere?

someone should be able assemble the footage franks shot into something more intersting

and even if they just released franks version how many of you would like to have a hd remastered video and audio blu ray (if for nothing else then just the live footage) as opposed to a 40 year old vhs transfer?

being able to see it that way might very well change the way many of us view it

That may not be Texas. I was just reading/hearing that they originally rehearsed in a very cramped space in L.A. area before moving to the Burbank location.I can’t for the life of me remember where I heard/read this. Any help?

Re: The 1972 Tour - 50 years now - Do we finally get the live album?
Posted by: Father Ted ()
Date: February 26, 2022 10:37

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ProfessorWolf
Quote
slewan
maybe well get something at the end of this year – otherwise all (unreleased!) 1972 recording become public domain

well what exactly should we expect?

ghs session outtakes?

what about the 40 or so minute video of pittsburgh?

or extra footage from msg that that was shot by the dick cavett show?

and isn't there a uncirculated soundboard recording from the winterland or la forum or something like that?

besides these pretty much everything has been released or bootlegged to death

and any copyright extension release they would just release the bootleg audio like abcko did in 2019 right?

Crossfire Hurricane has quite a few clips from 1972 shows that have never appeared officially. Maybe there’s an opportunity to do a 1972 tour package with live video clips plus an audio CD of one of the shows?

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