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POST: Burning At The Hollywood Palladium 1972
Posted by: rogerriffin ()
Date: January 16, 2024 23:43

Burning At The Hollywood Palladium 1972 / 1CD/ Non Label
Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, CA, USA 9th June 1972 Taken from The LP BURNING AT THE HOLLYWOOD PALLADIUM 1972(TMQ 71057 / Matrix Number RS 522 A/B





From Silver: [we.tl]

(54:28)
01. News Report
02. Brown Sugar
03. Bitch
04. Rocks Off
05. Gimme Shelter
06. Happy
07. Tumbling Dice
08. Sweet Virginia
09. You Can’t Always Get What You Want
10. All Down The Line
11. Midnight Rambler
12. Jumping Jack Flash

Re: POST: Burning At The Hollywood Palladium 1972
Posted by: okenny ()
Date: January 17, 2024 01:10

Thank you

Re: POST: Burning At The Hollywood Palladium 1972
Posted by: StoneZP ()
Date: January 17, 2024 01:35

Thanks a lot rogerriffin!
thumbs up

Re: POST: Burning At The Hollywood Palladium 1972
Posted by: nbutton ()
Date: January 17, 2024 12:30

Thank You

Re: POST: Burning At The Hollywood Palladium 1972
Posted by: Broesel2404 ()
Date: January 17, 2024 13:17

Thank you very much
smileys with beer

Re: POST: Burning At The Hollywood Palladium 1972
Posted by: Amarant ()
Date: January 17, 2024 14:32

Thanks very much!!!

Re: POST: Burning At The Hollywood Palladium 1972
Posted by: Rank Stranger ()
Date: January 17, 2024 16:00

There have been quite a few CD releases from the 1970's recently, hoping more will be shared!

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2024-01-17 16:05 by Rank Stranger.

Re: POST: Burning At The Hollywood Palladium 1972
Posted by: Rank Stranger ()
Date: January 17, 2024 16:02

Thank you very much rogerriffin!

Just started listening, sounds good!

Seems to be a Graf Zeppelin remaster:

The 1972 American tour, known as the “Stones Touring Party,” started with a timid start from Vancouver and Seattle (the masterpiece that recorded the tour was “VANCOUVER 1972”). There is a section where I tried to get better. The best example of this was the highly acclaimed “DEFINITIVE WINTERLAND 1972 2ND NIGHT”, but the Stones, who enjoyed the party at Winterland, descended on the Hollywood Palladium as if to finish off a small gig.
The theater later became famous as a venue for Keith’s solo live performances, but from the perspective of old maniacs, the overwhelming impression is that it was the stage for the 1972 Small Gig.
TMOQ’s “BURNING AT THE HOLLYWOOD PALLADIUM 1972” is a masterpiece that conveys the details of such a precious gig in real time. The sound source of this gig can still only be glimpsed on this LP, and as a result, CD items have also been released from the TMOQ edition, but this has led to the result that the value of the LP remains unchanged.

However, the sound quality of “BURNING AT THE HOLLYWOOD PALLADIUM 1972” itself is like a normal monaural audience and is not a particularly high quality recording state. It is impossible to hope for a sound image and power like the historic masterpiece “LIVE’R THAN YOU’LL EVER BE” from the same TMOQ’s 1969 American tour. Despite this, the reason why this album is so popular among enthusiasts is the overwhelming quality of the performance. It was clearly captured that the tour, which started cautiously for the reasons mentioned above, suddenly gained momentum after coming here.
Additionally, due to the constraints of the single-record format, it is not a complete recording (thanks to that, the complete set of this day is still unknown), but the performance is still overwhelmingly good. First of all, the aggressive performance of “Gimme Shelter” included on the A side of the LP is exquisite. Of course, Mick Taylor’s aggressive phrases explode, but the band’s performance itself is full of energy and really aggressive. On the other hand, on the B-side, “Midnight Rambler” explodes with the mystery typical of 1972. This was something I didn’t feel at the start of the tour, and by the second day of the tour in Seattle, I had to redo the same song.
The energetic performance could be called the tour’s first masterpiece, and it’s no wonder that the word “BURNING” was highlighted on the stamp cover. As for the sound quality, as I mentioned earlier, it was a monaural audience recording that had a vintage feel, but I think it could be called a miraculous sound source that improved the momentum and impact of the performance.

For the reason mentioned above, CDs based on the LPs of the masterpieces and great performances loved by enthusiasts have been released, but as for analog reprint items, VGP released the 1970 Essen (Rubber Dubber) at the beginning of the 21st century. There was a feeling that the coupling with “TWO GREAT ALBUMS CHEAP” was perfected, and the fact that no items were produced after that also speaks to that.
However, 20 years have passed since the release of the VGP edition. It is also true that with the current technology, the appearance of new LP reprint items has been awaited. Moreover, if the 1970 Essen, which was one half of “TWO GREAT ALBUMS CHEAP”, has been updated with the best by “GRAF ZEPPELIN”, it is inevitable that this Hollywood Palladium reprint will be realized.
In fact, the finish is simply wonderful. The powerful finish of the VGP version was also attractive, but the transfer of this time’s “GRAF ZEPPELIN” is really clean and natural. The difference is obvious without even listening to the performance, just listening to the report that Mick and Keith at the beginning were arrested for hitting a cameraman in Rhode Island. The listening experience is exceptional, making full use of the characteristics of the original LP, and there is no scratch noise.
You can easily enjoy TMOQ’s masterpieces without having to go through the trouble of looking for expensive and poor quality vintage LPs.This is a stunning analog reprint and a clean LP transfer using the latest technology that enthusiasts have been waiting for. Naturally, the design of the jacket is based on the backslick of the TMOQ album!

REMASTERED BY GRAF ZEPPELIN

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Re: POST: Burning At The Hollywood Palladium 1972
Posted by: Tonstone ()
Date: January 17, 2024 19:43

Thanks for posting your silvers thumbs up

Re: POST: Burning At The Hollywood Palladium 1972
Posted by: StonyRoad ()
Date: January 17, 2024 20:04

Thanks a lot!

Re: POST: Burning At The Hollywood Palladium 1972
Posted by: TravellinMan ()
Date: January 17, 2024 20:28

Thanks a bunch!

Re: POST: Burning At The Hollywood Palladium 1972
Posted by: Quique-stone ()
Date: January 17, 2024 21:47

Thanks for sharing your silver here!

Re: POST: Burning At The Hollywood Palladium 1972
Posted by: dcba ()
Date: January 18, 2024 16:27

Thank you.

The original lp has been overlooked because of its average quality, but the real culprit here is the bad EQ work made by the TMOQ team : once properly EQed the recording sounds really decent, a vg aud I would say.

It was taped really close to the stage and you can hear Nicky pretty well.
The perf is uneven as the band was still warming up but MR and ADTL are very strong.



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