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She smiled sweetly, Eamonn Andrews Show Febr. 5 1967
Posted by: alexander paul ()
Date: November 29, 2022 11:12

Another request from my side, maybe not unproblematic.

I am looking for She smiled sweetly as shown in the Eamonn Andrews Show of Febr. 5th 1967. Was that a playback, live, or only live vocals?
This recording should be at the vinyl bootleg Let The Airwaves Flow 2: Melbourne, Paris & London 66-67/Live 1966-67. On the LP cover its says its is from 1967, but at the website they refer to the 2002 live recording in New York.

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Anyone for this one? Thanks in advance for all help.

Alex.

Re: She smiled sweetly, Eamonn Andrews Show Febr. 5 1967
Posted by: ToddS ()
Date: November 30, 2022 21:43

I'm assuming the song is " mimed " . The only other information i found was Jagger was Interviewed .

Re: She smiled sweetly, Eamonn Andrews Show Febr. 5 1967
Posted by: johnnythunders ()
Date: December 1, 2022 14:21

Mea culpa

When we made Let The Airwaves Flow 2: Melbourne, Paris & London 66-67 we mistakenly thought our recording of She Smiled Sweetly was from the Eamonn Andrews show. We were wrong, it was from New York Roseland Ballroom 30th September 2002; Still a good version but rather more recent than we claimed! We never did find the Eamonn Andrews version...

Re: She smiled sweetly, Eamonn Andrews Show Febr. 5 1967
Posted by: alexander paul ()
Date: December 1, 2022 21:43

Thanks for your decency and for the offering the clarity I was looking for.

Alex.



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