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Request: Out on bail 1972
Posted by: rolling1us ()
Date: November 23, 2022 23:48

In Erwin's priceless book there is a mention of a CDR called "Out on bail '72" of the Boston concert.
This was created by some IORR members.

Can anyone share this one ?

Re: Request: Out on bail 1972
Posted by: vancouver ()
Date: November 24, 2022 10:26

[wetransfer.com]


FP 048 1972 07 19 baaking In Baastan

is it this stone pony version ?

Re: Request: Out on bail 1972
Posted by: letitloose6 ()
Date: November 24, 2022 11:54

Guess this is what you're looking for

Rolling Stones 1972-07-18 Boston

Created and shared on Dime by Watchit on 2008

This set of files was shared on Electric Ladyland.

Re: Request: Out on bail 1972
Posted by: rolling1us ()
Date: November 24, 2022 12:46

Thanks to Vancouver and Letitloose for this.

The set uploaded by Letitloose is the one i was referring to. Thanks very much.

The other one, from Vancouver, is an update from "Ginsoaked Barroom Queen in Boston" from the 19th of july, and also very welcome.

Again, thanks a lot, both of you smileys with beer

Re: Request: Out on bail 1972
Posted by: Rank Stranger ()
Date: November 24, 2022 18:05

Quote
rolling1us
In Erwin's priceless book

What is Erwin's book?

Re: Request: Out on bail 1972
Posted by: rolling1us ()
Date: November 24, 2022 18:21

Look here, absolutely the best on the STP 1972:

[iorr.org]

Re: Request: Out on bail 1972
Posted by: micha063 ()
Date: November 24, 2022 18:48

Quote
vancouver
[wetransfer.com]


FP 048 1972 07 19 baaking In Baastan

is it this stone pony version ?

Thank you very much!

Re: Request: Out on bail 1972
Posted by: micha063 ()
Date: November 24, 2022 18:48

Quote
letitloose6
Guess this is what you're looking for

Rolling Stones 1972-07-18 Boston

Created and shared on Dime by Watchit on 2008

This set of files was shared on Electric Ladyland.

Thank you very much!

Re: Request: Out on bail 1972
Posted by: mtripoli ()
Date: November 26, 2022 03:12

Thank you for this!

Re: Request: Out on bail 1972
Posted by: mtripoli ()
Date: November 26, 2022 03:12

Thank you!

Re: Request: Out on bail 1972
Posted by: ElectricBoogaloo ()
Date: December 17, 2022 06:09

Could someone re up this? Erwin's book is captivating and I am franticly reading it at the moment. I am now at the Boston chapter and I am just finding out about this boot. Thanks!!

Re: Request: Out on bail 1972
Posted by: rolling1us ()
Date: December 17, 2022 13:03

And thanks to Letitloose for sharing this jewel.

Here it is again, good for a week:


[wetransfer.com]

Re: Request: Out on bail 1972
Posted by: ElectricBoogaloo ()
Date: December 17, 2022 18:03

Thanks for quickly re upping some of these shows, rolling1us. Erwin's book is a true revelation and I am trying to listen to each show as I read the chapter of the book. Much appreciated!!

Re: Request: Out on bail 1972
Posted by: gonzalo76 ()
Date: December 18, 2022 06:07

Quote
rolling1us
And thanks to Letitloose for sharing this jewel.

Here it is again, good for a week:


[wetransfer.com]

Actually, it was shared by watchit on 2008 @ Dime (it's the pitch corrected version of TornAndFrayed's REseed).

Here's the info (not included in your link above).

Torrent #202396 Rolling Stones Boston, MA 7/18/72 stereo, pitch corrected

Contrast clause:

This is the same recording as this torrent [www.dimeadozen.org] (*) except this one is pitch corrected by -2%. This version also uses 15 seconds of this torrent (**) [www.dimeadozen.org] to fill in a gap. If you already have the first torrent listed you might not want this one. Note that the first torrent is from a CDR copy of the CDR used for this torrent.

This is a stereo audience recording of the first Rolling Stones concert in Boston, July 18, 1972. It actually started in the early morning hours of July 19, because Mick J. and Keith were arrested earlier in the day. The first track begins with the news report, originally "released" on TMOQ's "Burning at the Hollywood Palladium." Quality is pretty good; this is an above average '72 recording.

This is different than the mono recording circulated by Joe Maloney. I did use 15 seconds of the mono recording to fill a gap in the stereo recording right after YCAGWYW. The stereo recording runs fast so here it's pitch corrected -2% using Adobe Audition. The stereo recording is sourced from a trade CDR, not any torrent or commercial bootleg; the 15 second mono patch is from a torrent.

Includes great art by Erik Snow with pictures from the actual concert. I call it "Out on Bail '72" which seems appropriate. ("Out on Bail" was originally the title of an LP + 45 for Passaic, NJ, 1978; later appropriated by TSP.) Includes cue sheet for playing or burning; note total time is 80:41 so overburning is required. Presented in FLAC 1.2.1.

Out On Bail '72
Boston, Massachusetts, Garden
July 18, 1972

Stereo audience recording. Quality is pretty good; this is an above average '72 recording.

Tracklist: (80:41)

01. news report-introduction
02. Brown Sugar
03. Bitch
04. Rocks Off
05. Gimme Shelter
06. Happy
07. Tumbling Dice
08. Love in Vain
09. Sweet Virginia
10. You Can't Always Get What You Want
11. All Down the Line
12. Midnight Rambler
13. band introductions
14. Bye Bye Johnny
15. Rip This Joint
16. Jumping Jack Flash
17. Street Fighting Man
18. Honky Tonk Women (rare encore)


Upped by watchit
Size 458.71 MB (480,989,128 bytes)
Added Tue 24th Jun, 2008 01:15 GMT
www.dimeadozen.org


(*) Torrent #201160 The Rolling Stones - Boston, Massachusetts 18 - July -1972 (TornAndFrayed REseed)
The Rolling Stones
Boston Garden
Boston, MA
July 18, 1972
Source:
audience audio (source #2)
Lineage:
unverified gen tape > CDR(x) > wav (EAC, secure mode) > flac (FLAC Frontend, level 8)
TornAndFrayed (mjake)
Size 441.73 MB (463,185,598 bytes)
Added Sun 15th Jun, 2008 18:48 GMT
Upped by Lordbud

(**)Torrent #188651 STEVIE WONDER-BOSTON GARDEN, BOSTON, MA-JULY 18, 1972 (OPENING FOR THE ROLLING STONES)-JOE MALONEY MASTER RECORDING.
STEVIE WONDER
BOSTON GARDEN
BOSTON, MA (USA)
JULY 18, 1972 (OPENING FOR THE ROLLING STONES)
JOE MALONEY MASTER RECORDING.
AUDIENCE ANALOG MASTER>CDR>EAC>FLAC
12 tracks. If anyone can help with a set list, it'd be appreciated.
Special thanks to Joe Maloney for making this recording available.
Please do not "Remaster" and then re-post this recording.
Presented to you by KRW&CO, March 2008.
Size 339.24 MB (355,720,352 bytes)
Added Wed 19th Mar, 2008 03:27 GMT
Upped by KRW_CO

Re: Request: Out on bail 1972
Posted by: gonzalo76 ()
Date: December 18, 2022 06:31

This info was included by me in the torrent's folder of Boston Garden source #2 shared by mjake @ www.dimeadozen.org (source #1 is The Maloney Joe Archive)

Source: audience audio (source #2)
Lineage: unverified gen tape > CDR(x) > wav (EAC, secure mode) > flac (FLAC Frontend, level 8)

This new source is a very good stereo audience recording and in my opinion, it sounds better than source #1 (the Joe Maloney tape).

This recording is clear, there is very little tape hiss, it is well balanced and complete: Six minutes longer than source #1 and it includes the full "You Can´t Always Get What You Want", unlike source #1 which has a good portion of the song missing due to tape flip.

The exact lineage is unknown.

This legendary show started four hours late because Mick and Keith were arrested earlier that day in Warwick, Rhode Island en route to Boston for hitting a "newspaper man" photographer (there are variuos comments about the same from the stage).

TornAndFrayed (mjake on Dime)



#2581929 by tjkrol
Is this the source used for "Jailhouse Rock" (DAC)?

#2581947 by Lordbud
According to an email discussion I've been having, the DAC release used the Joe Maloney tape, except for the missing portion of "You Can't Always...".
If anyone can add anymore information please do.


#2582188 by Lordbud
Neither of these mention the newscast:
Waiting On The Midnight Ramblers
F4F 2005/10



#2582341 by mjake

This source is different from the Maloney source.
I´m not even sure if this source has been bootlegged, yet.
Thanks to watchit, he sent his disc to me back in 2006 before I torrented it.

All the CD bootleg titles I have heard (Jailhouse Rock, They´re Really Rockin...") use the alternate Maloney source.

Speaking of which: The best version of the Maloney source can be found here:
[www.dimeadozen.org]
Torrent #160062 ROLLING STONES-BOSTON GARDEN, BOSTON, MA-JULY 18, 1972-JOE MALONEY MASTER RECORDING-NEW UNALTERED TRANSFER.
(recent transfer, most complete, running at the correct speed/pitch)

TornAndFrayed (mjake on Dime)


#2582510 by watchit

I'm a little late to the party but here goes.

I was recently informed that Idol Mind is soon going to be releasing a pitch corrected version of this stereo recording.

I had already made one myself back in Nov. 2007 but never shared it because there were so many other versions of this show going around.

I was going to share it a few days ago but never got around to it for various reasons. Now I see this is out again. My version is basically the same, from the same CDR source I copied for MJ, but slower, with the short gap at the very end of YCAGWYW patched from the mono Maloney source, and the news report moved to the front.

Any interest now or should I wait another 6 months? Anyone going to buy the IMP version?


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The cover is a '72 vintage tank-top white jumpsuit shot of Jagger with a harmonica in his mouth.
The significance of July 18, 1972 is that Richards & Jagger were arrested in Warwick, Rhode Island en route to Boston for hitting a "newspaper man". An actual newscast reporting this event can be heard on the old double LP "Taxile On Main Street (What's Left Alive)" Town Records (242-HS A/B/C/D).
The Stones went on 2 hours late after being bailed out by the mayor of Boston!

# Rocks Off
Jagger apologizes for being late and mentions being thrown in jail for a "few hours"
# Gimme Shelter
"We're real pleased to be in Boston I'll tell ya, it's better than Warwick" - He goes on to thank the mayor
# Street Fighting Man
Closes with one of the rare '72 encores of:
# Honky Tonk Women


by ther19
I was at this show. There are several amazing things about that night that are rarely, if ever, mentioned when it is discussed. First off, the opening act was Stevie Wonder. He played for at least an hour and a half stretching everything he had to the max. That was pretty cool but the experianced among us knew that something was amiss since opening bands on these tours never played longer than their 45 minutes plus encore. Stevie was very well received considering.
Then there was a very long break. The Stones were much more than 2 hours late. They didn't come on until after midnight. During the break, Kevin White, the mayor of Boston came out to address the crowd. He informed us that some band members had been busted in Warrick and that he'd called the governor of Rhode Island to get them released. (It seems that something "fell out" of Keef's pocket that he wasn't supposed to be carrying like a baggie or...). The reason for Mayor White's interest in this matter was deeper than the dissatisfaction of the 20k rockers in the Garden that night. He told us that there was racial unrest in East Boston and that he needed every cop he could lay his hands on to go deal with that. He laid it on the line as honestly as any politician I've ever heard. Told us that he'd sprung the boys and that they were on their way with Police escort but that in return he needed our help because he was going to take all the cops out of the Garden and bring them up to East Boston. "Part of my city is in flames..." They passed out frizbies and stuff for folks to play with, we gave him a rousing cheer and he left. All the cops left too. There was no incident of any kind. The Stones showed up about an hour later and kicked butt. They were ragged, but they were intense. The next night they were tighter but not as intense.

Re: Request: Out on bail 1972
Posted by: rolling1us ()
Date: December 18, 2022 11:50

Many thanks for all this info for this great show

Re: Request: Out on bail 1972
Posted by: Quique-stone ()
Date: December 19, 2022 14:20

Many thanks for the detailed infos Gonzalo! thumbs up

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