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Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: still ill ()
Date: March 20, 2015 18:57

Thanks to everyone posting the new stuffthumbs up

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: Norbert ()
Date: March 20, 2015 20:52

Thank you so much for your generosity!
CrazyMama

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: IrelandCalling4 ()
Date: March 20, 2015 21:35

Open iorr today and there's a 6 min rehearsal of Melody, a 20 min version of Keep it Cool; Foxes in the Boxes...just amazing, to most people this doesn't register, but for fans like us, its gold. It's just so exciting hearing these, and the anticipation of more.

Thank you so much to the good people making this happen, as you can see from the glowing words from othet posters, it is greatly appreciated smiling smiley

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: NEWMAN ()
Date: March 20, 2015 21:37

Thank you so much!

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: JMARCOU ()
Date: March 20, 2015 21:45

WAWHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: runrudolph ()
Date: March 21, 2015 01:02

Where can i find the 6 min rehearsal of melody.......

Please give me clue.

Thanks

jeroen

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: runrudolph ()
Date: March 21, 2015 01:05

Sorry,
just got back from work, and found the melody rehearsals.
Thanks
jeroen

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: runrudolph ()
Date: March 21, 2015 01:07

Quote
IrelandCalling4
Open iorr today and there's a 6 min rehearsal of Melody, a 20 min version of Keep it Cool; Foxes in the Boxes...just amazing, to most people this doesn't register, but for fans like us, its gold. It's just so exciting hearing these, and the anticipation of more.

Thank you so much to the good people making this happen, as you can see from the glowing words from othet posters, it is greatly appreciated smiling smiley

smileys with beerhot smiley
Yeah, True !!!
Thanks
jeroen

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: mariano ()
Date: March 21, 2015 02:02

thank you very much

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: keithpinkmoon ()
Date: March 21, 2015 02:57

Many thax for the new additional tracks!

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: blakeeik ()
Date: March 21, 2015 03:55

Reinvigorating, thank you!

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: Sam4741 ()
Date: March 21, 2015 11:50

Thank you guys SO MUCH! Now if we could just get the rest of those 30 snippets spinning smiley sticking its tongue out

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: Mr.D ()
Date: March 21, 2015 16:20

Here's the DIME link for Foxes In The Boxes Volume Two:

[www.dimeadozen.org]

Rolling Stones
Foxes In The Boxes, Vol. Two
Early Dirty Work Sessions
JEMS Archive

Transfer: in-house cassette > Nakamichi CR-7A azimuth-adjusted transfer > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > Peak 6.0 pitch adjustment > iZotope RX > iZotope MBIT+ resample 16/44.1 > Peak Pro XT (Indexed) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC

01 Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever
02 Talk Is Cheap
03 What Am I Supposed To Do
04 Stick It Where It Hurts
05 Can’t Cut The Mustard 1
06 Can’t Cut The Mustard 2
07 Can’t Cut The Mustard 3 (fragment)
08 Victor Hugo

Dirty Work Sessions: Pathé Marconi Studios, Paris, France, February 1985

Hello and welcome to JEMS' Foxes In The Boxes, the second volume in a series featuring unreleased studio sessions from the Rolling Stones, circa 1979-85. Based on our research, along with the expertise of Stones sessionologist N, who helped us sort through these tapes, we believe the Foxes In The Boxes series offers a small trove of previously uncirculated material along with upgrades and a few familiar outtake favorites from new source tapes. All of Volume Two is wholly unreleased and, we have strived to ensure, DIME compliant.

The series is titled Foxes In The Boxes in homage to its source: boxes of in-house cassette tapes obtained by JEMS from someone "on the inside" of a major record label in the '70s and '80s. It is also a rhyming nod to the bootleg Static In the Attic (Midnight Beat), which mined the same sessions for kindred material and to which we believe Foxes makes a worthy companion. Samples provided.

Some tracks in the series have been previously rumored, some are wholly new finds, while others improve on previously circulating versions. There are a few frustrating fragments, too, but what's presented here is exactly what was on the tapes, which were seemingly meant to capture and present in-progress status on Stones sessions and to preserve ideas for future consideration.

Volume Two focuses solely on the February 1985 Dirty Work sessions in Paris, as captured on a single cassette tape. What’s fascinating about these monitor mixes is that, after the first track, Mick departs and Keith takes over, which explains the appearance of songs like “Talk Is Cheap” which would become the title of Richards’ 1988 solo album.

As we learned from his autobiography, Life, tension between Mick and Keith was running high at the time because of Mick’s budding solo career. Scheduling conflicts between Mick supporting She’s The Boss and recording the new Stones album caused a rift and explain why he isn’t present on the rest of the tracks.

But Mick’s absence is what makes the recording especially compelling, as we get to hear Keith leading the Stones through his material, venting frustrations with Mick in the process, especially on the final song. With that said, let's go track by track:

Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever: The Stones started the Dirty Work sessions by warming up with some cover versions, and this Four Tops song (written by Stevie Wonder and Ivy Jo Hunter) is one of the few to circulate so far; this version being an upgrade. While Mick’s vocals are a touch soft, overall it is a fine and, at times, enchanting performance, not to mention it being a song that could have made a great Stones track

Talk Is Cheap: Over 11 minutes long, “Talk Is Cheap” is in the vein of Keith’s Dirty Work contribution, “Sleep Tonight.” The single guitar suggests Ron Wood is probably playing bass. Richards never finished this ballad, but the title stuck and was used on his first solo album in 1988.

What Am I Supposed To Do: Early version of “What Am I Gonna Do With Your Love.” Long, 15+ minute jam around the title phrase, performed by The Podiums, the pseudo band consisting of Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, Bobby Womack and Don Covay formed as yet another way to kill time when Jagger was not around during the Paris sessions. One of two Podiums tracks to surface from the Dirty Work sessions (the other being “Sending Out Invitations”).

Stick It Where It Hurts: Likely a Ronnie Wood composition, as he sings the guide vocals. The title phrase offers the only words which can be clearly made out.

Can’t Cut The Mustard 1-2: Early versions of “Had It With You,” though the eventual title phrase is not yet present. Some singing by Ronnie Wood again (together with Richards), as he co-wrote the music to the song. Already circulating, but these are upgrades and include some studio chatter.

Can’t Cut The Mustard 3: Fragment of a third take, but this stays instrumental and gets abandoned after half a minute.

Victor Hugo: An absolutely fascinating fly-on-the-wall track. Presumably pissed off about Jagger missing sessions and abandoning the Stones, Richards improvises a nasty set of lyrics about his bandmate, going so far as to refer to him by the derisive nickname, Brenda. “Victor Hugo” showcases Keef at his vitriolic and profanity-laced best.

JEMS offers its huge thanks to N, who helped us sort through the tapes and provided invaluable insight in ascertaining what we had. The song-by-song notes above are culled from N's essential contributions. Pitch adjustments come courtesy of Goody, who lent us his keen ear and his unwavering commitment to A440. Thank you, Goody. SkipKid68 also chimed in with valuable feedback, so thanks to him, too. The much-appreciated official cover art is courtesy of ethiessen1. And last but not least, kudos to mjk5510, who came on board at the start and helped finish the project to get it into your hands.

We will wrap our trilogy in the coming weeks, but to keep things kosher, Vol. Three won't be here on DIME. Check your local listings for alternate availability...

BK for JEMS

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: gotdablouse ()
Date: March 21, 2015 16:33

Wow...this keeps getting better ! On my way to Dime !

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Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: peoplewitheyes ()
Date: March 21, 2015 16:56

Thank you guys,
but...



on Dime none of the parts of the are links, no clicking or right-clicking possible on any of the titles or anything.

Is is because i'm a new Dime users who hasnt uploaded or seededanything yet?

Appreciate your help, i was/am looking forward to a sunny Mexico weekend of listening!
thanks

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: Norbert ()
Date: March 21, 2015 17:03

Thanks again and again!
CrazyMama

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: March 21, 2015 17:33

So vol.2 has just popped up. All 1985 material... fortunately not all sung by
Ron Wood! >grinning smiley<

And if "All About You" was in the words of Keef "a litany of insults" what is "Victor Hugo"?

Alas the manna will stop at vol.3...



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Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: March 21, 2015 18:00

And indeed this vol.2 is a huge upgrade over what's currently existing : "Loving You" surpasses in quality what's on DAC-112.

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: gotdablouse ()
Date: March 21, 2015 18:01

@peoplewitheyes - you need to click on "Rolling Stones - Foxes In The Boxes Vol. 1 (JEMS).torrent" and that will open your torrent client, like uTorrent. The uploader agreed to have me share it on IORR too so it will be available on Mega in a few minutes, I'll put the link in the first message as soon as that's done.

EDIT - Mega link now added to the first message, enjoy!

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Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: gotdablouse ()
Date: March 21, 2015 18:55

About "Victor Hugo" :
- Variation on "Can't Cut The Mustard"
- "Victor Hugo" refers to the hotel of the same name
- "F*** Off Home to the Warwick, to the Victor Hugo" (1'10" )
- Not about Mick because Keith says "you're like Brenda" (Mick) at 1'28", with "like" probably meaning : you're letting "The Stones" (as they all refer to the band) down.
- Seems to be about someone doing "drug deals" (2'10" )
- "You just come around to tinkle" at 1'52" - tinkle : to make sounds like the sounds of a small bell or to pass urine from the body

Dunno...not Mick, has to be someone close to Keith for him to bother...someone staying at the Warwick (where the Stones were staying)...some doing drug deals...someone who "tinkles"...Draw your own conclusions.

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Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: runrudolph ()
Date: March 21, 2015 19:01

not possible to make contact with mega yet,...damn

jeroen

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: gotdablouse ()
Date: March 21, 2015 19:05

It's good to go on Mega though, both for downloading and importing into your own account.

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Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: TooTough ()
Date: March 21, 2015 19:05

After collecting outtakes for 25 years now...it´s
still great to get new old songs. I remember
having the Stones blues in 1992 or so ("No LP for 3 years!!")
and then the Paris Results turned up. Magic!

But: Since then at least 100 new old ones turned up...is there
a list anywhere where they are sorted and described to sort my archive?


Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: wupperstein ()
Date: March 21, 2015 19:05

Thank you, but the mega link doesn´t work!
Can you please upload on we.tl?

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: March 21, 2015 19:07

Thx GTB for the VH explanation.
This is indeed a "deep" song...



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Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: bkeys ()
Date: March 21, 2015 19:14

Quote
wupperstein
Thank you, but the mega link doesn´t work!
Can you please upload on we.tl?

[we.tl]

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: wupperstein ()
Date: March 21, 2015 19:21

Thank you so much, bkeys! hot smiley

Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: gotdablouse ()
Date: March 21, 2015 19:30

@TooTough - I'm not aware of any other place than the first message that gives a chronology of outtakes releases ;-)

The Mega link works fine, I checked it again, something wrong with your setup guys. I'll add bkeys temporary WT link to the first message.

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Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: NICOS ()
Date: March 21, 2015 19:31

Thanks you all for the uploads and comments....although I'm not able yet to down load post two....some amazing tunes never heard before....

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Re: LIST/POST - Rarest of the Studio Outtakes and History of Leaks
Posted by: django ()
Date: March 21, 2015 19:48

The best thing since Voodoo Brew. Absolutely fantastic. Thanks to all who have been involved in that stunning release!

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