An absolute must-listen show during Brian Jones' tenure! On the last day of the 1966 U.S. tour, the Stones landed in Honolulu on the last day of the 1966 U.S. tour, and the Hawaii show was recorded by a local station on July 28, 1966. In the past, some of the live recordings were distributed as pirate copies in the LP era, but this time the masters have released the live recordings for official distribution. After the release of "Aftermath", the band went on a U.S. tour with a positive response to their musical achievements. The band exploded in frustration, "I'm not satisfied with it," and "Get out of here! The Stones became the heroes of rebel rock with hits like "I'm not satisfied with this" and "Get out of here!" that exploded in frustration. Keith's fuzz guitar on the cool, garage-sounding "Satisfaction" was followed by an Otis Redding-inspired version of Mick's "Gotta! Gotta! ?The way he stirred up the audience with "Gotta! Then Brian started to show off his natural ability to play the song, and he added some color on stage with "Lady Jane" and "Mother's Little Helper" (the live version of this song is very rare!), playing the sitar and dulcimer. (A live version of this song is very rare!). Charlie Watts introduced the song on Mick's mic, something that would be unthinkable today. Charlie Watts introduces the song with Mick's microphone, which is unthinkable nowadays, and says "Next song is the last time! and he introduces the song title after playing it. As a result, this was the last show for Brian in the USA. The other live show was in Australia in February 1966, also in the middle of summer, and it is one of the most famous performances in the unreleased live recordings of B. Jones' tenure in Australia. The excited and screaming MC introduced each member of the band, and then the show started with "The Last Time", which was so cool! The show continued with the R&B classic "Mercy Mercy" and the most sensational song of the time, "She Said Yeah", with two driving guitars and a rough beat that showed us the punkish charm of the Stones at the time. The groove and momentum of the band's performance on "Not Fade Away", where Brian splits his two blues harps, is a must-see. The Rolling Stones are the best rock band in the world, and this is a pure live recording of their wildest live performances during their turbulent era! Liner notes by Yuji Ikeda (Chairman of the Rolling Stones Fan Club of Japan) · JASRAC certified product by Japan Copyright Association · Licensed photo cover by Getty Images Japan" - [www.CDJapan.co.jp]
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??? Will this mean that this is an official relaese of Honolulu '66? Technically it was out for a few days by the end of 1966 in youtube for ABKCO to hold its copyrights, but this is something else. But only in Japan and with very low profile?
But great news if true. I hope there is a worldwide release.
Damn I wish there'd been a proper AFTERMATH deluxe edition. Including both UK and US versions, all the singles from the era, plus a disc of some alternative versions and non-released stuff. And this show. All re-mixed properly, and promoted like any tongue era reissue, Mick and Keith heavily involved and telling us recollections from the times (there was a time - 1980 actually - when Mick confessed that AFTERMATH is their most important album ever). Hmm... I recall just having a similar wish in some other thread a while ago... Well, one can dream...
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This is much ado about nothing. Isn't the only existing tape a mono feed from an AM radio station? What's out there now sounds like crap. And it's 8 songs. The best this could be would be bonus material to an expanded Aftermath release.