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The Rolling Stones – Tempe 1981 (No Label)
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: February 25, 2022 21:15

     


[Introduction of the new collector's version of the Stones]
The complete version of the Phoenix-Tempe performance,
which includes the outdoor performance part of the movie
"Let's Spend The Night Together", has been slightly upgraded.

"TEMPE 1981" no label (2CD) - atsu-y Hot Stuff

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Rolling Stones – Tempe 1981 (No Label)

Disk 1 – Take The ‘A’ Train / Under My Thumb / When The Whip Comes Down / Let’s Spend The Night Together / Shattered / Neighbours / Black Limousine / Just My Imagination / Twenty Flight Rock / Going To A Go Go / Let Me Go / Time Is On My Side / Beast Of Burden / Waiting On A Friend / Let It Bleed (71:20)

Disk 2 – You Can’t Always Get What You Want / band introductions / Little T&A / Tumbling Dice / She’s So Cold / Hang Fire / Miss You / Honky Tonk Women / Brown Sugar / Start Me Up / Jumping Jack Flash / Satisfaction / The Star Spangled Banner (63:00)


Live at Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe, Arizona. 13th December, 1981.

Originally released by the No Label gang a few years ago – as well as, on estimation by the DBboots website, another 27 separate releases via LP or CD – this soundboard / audience recording matrix from Phoenix, AZ has been newly mixed by Graf Zeppelin (Taking a little time away from his or her day job mixing Led Zeppelin recordings) and released by the No Label crew with a new title (To differentiate it from their earlier recording, ‘Phoenix 1981’.) Originally taken from a vinyl source (Assume that the original tapes were unavailable to No Label?), I assume that the idea would be to offset some of the extraneous noise on the earlier version.

I used two comparisons for this review, the first being the original No Label set, the second being Vinyl Gang’s, ‘Satisfaction Guaranteed’.

‘Phoenix 1981’ has the same running time for both disks almost – (71:20) and (62:59) respectively. The sound is obvious from the very beginning as the PA pumps ‘Take The A-Train’ through the nights air – The new remaster of ‘Tempe’ features a clearer, steadier sound. It flattens out a little neater and while the telltale sound of vinyl crackle is present it’s a little less pronounced on the new set. As for ‘Satisfaction Guaranteed’, the track timings are a little different, the sound is a little more mushy, less bright, however, Bill’s bass is more pronounced, the Graf Zeppelin remaster builds up the bass marginally while keeping the brighter sound of ‘Phoenix’.

While it’s tentative, I prefer the sound of the new master to that of Vinyl Gangs production and it removes any pitch issues of the ‘Phoenix’ original. All said and done however, it’s not, to my mind, a ‘classic’ show – Around half-way there taking in to account Mick’s breathlessness at points.

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Re: The Rolling Stones – Tempe 1981 (No Label)
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: February 25, 2022 21:16


Do we have this version of Tempe '81 in the Vault?

Re: The Rolling Stones – Tempe 1981 (No Label)
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: February 25, 2022 21:18






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Re: The Rolling Stones – Tempe 1981 (No Label)
Posted by: gastonl74 ()
Date: February 26, 2022 03:50

I hope they can upload this

Re: The Rolling Stones – Tempe 1981 (No Label)
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: February 26, 2022 14:41


Re: The Rolling Stones – Tempe 1981 (No Label)
Posted by: stonesmuziekfan ()
Date: February 26, 2022 23:38

I don't have all versions.

These are in Stonesvault

1981.12.13 GR 346-347 Devils And Desert, Sun Devil Stadium, Tempe AZ.rar [www.filefactory.com]
1981.12.13 Wolfgangs Vault Tempe, Sun Devil Stadium.rar [www.filefactory.com]

Re: The Rolling Stones – Tempe 1981 (No Label)
Posted by: TravellinMan ()
Date: February 26, 2022 23:50

There is a Captain Acid remix of 12/13 in the vault also.

[www.filefactory.com]

Re: The Rolling Stones – Tempe 1981 (No Label)
Posted by: stonesmuziekfan ()
Date: February 27, 2022 01:40

Quote
TravellinMan
There is a Captain Acid remix of 12/13 in the vault also.

[www.filefactory.com]

o.k.
It didn't come uo as Tempe and the date is only 1981.
I will rename it in Stonesvault
thx

Re: The Rolling Stones – Tempe 1981 (No Label)
Posted by: TravellinMan ()
Date: February 27, 2022 02:19

Quote
stonesmuziekfan
Quote
TravellinMan
There is a Captain Acid remix of 12/13 in the vault also.

[www.filefactory.com]

o.k.
It didn't come uo as Tempe and the date is only 1981.
I will rename it in Stonesvault
thx

[dbboots.com]

It's 4004 in dbboots. And 4005 also.

Re: The Rolling Stones – Tempe 1981 (No Label)
Posted by: exilestones ()
Date: February 27, 2022 16:47

Thanks!



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