The Rolling Stones - Get Yer Ya Ya’s Acetate Out_Acid Project 077
New York City, Madison Square Garden
November 27 & 28, 1969
Hi Stones fanatics,
I used DAC-092 as a source for my remaster and added bonus tracks from original reels (taken from another disc).
I did what i usually do, enjoy
Remastered by Captain Acid, November 2022
Artwork by Mr. D
01 Jumping Jack Flash
03 Stray Cat Blues
04 Love In Vain
05 Midnight Rambler
06 Sympathy For The Devil
07 Live With Me
08 Little Queenie
09 Honky Tonk Women
10 Street Fighting Man
The Apple Acetate of Get Yer Yah Yah’s Out is an early test pressing of the live album.
Bonus Tracks: From the "Original Reels"
11 Intro 0:27
12 Jumpin' Jack Flash 3:33
13 Carol 3:45
14 Stray Cat Blues 3:47
15 Love In Vain 5:10
16 Midnight Rambler 8:43
An important piece of the "Rosetta Stone" necessary to further decipher the mysteries trapped within the grooves of Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! has surfaced. It is none other than the infamous "Apple Acetate" otherwise known as the early test pressing of the Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! album. Differences heard in the acetate unearth further clues about the evolution of this timeless recording.
The acetate has both guitars "up" in the mix. The rawness and brilliance of Richards rhythm playing is masked by a guitar mix that has both guitar players buried in pile of distorted mud on the "Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!" album. You can clearly hear the guitars, and the incredible timing of Richards strumming of the guitar strings on the acetate.
I was very skeptical about the bonus tracks from the original reels claim especially since "Reels" is mis-spelled as "Reers" on the CD inlay. I did an A-B sound comparison using an original Decca LP as a reference. The sound on these CD tracks is incredibly clear and distinct. The best quality sound source for "side one" of "Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!" in existence.
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2022-12-09 13:13 by CaptainAcid.