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Post: Decca Unreleased Live Album 1972
Posted by: Trapo ()
Date: May 10, 2007 19:22

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Philadelphia, PA, July 21st, 1972, 1st show
1. All Down The Line
2. Brown Sugar
3. Bitch
4. Rocks Off
5. Gimme Shelter
6. Happy
7. Tumbling Dice

Fort Worth, TX, June 24th, 1972, 1st show
8. Love In Vain
9. Sweet Virginia
10. You Can't Always Get What You Want
11. Midnight Rambler (2nd show)
12. Rip This Joint
13. Jumping Jack Flash
14. Street Fighting Man

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Philadelphia, PA, July 21st, 1972, 1st show
1. 4:20 All Down The Line
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2. 3:34 Brown Sugar
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3. 4:10 Bitch
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4. 3:54 Rocks Off
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5. 5:52 Gimme Shelter
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6. 3:54 Happy
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7. 4:49 Tumbling Dice
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Fort Worth, TX, June 24th, 1972, 1st show
8. 6:11 Love In Vain
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9. 4:44 Sweet Virginia
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10. 7:45 You Can't Always Get What You Want
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11. 11:13 Midnight Rambler (2nd show)
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12. 2:16 Rip This Joint
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13. 3:20 Jumping Jack Flash
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14. 4:16 Street Fighting Man
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Re: Post: Decca Unreleased Live Album 1972
Posted by: FullTilt ()
Date: May 10, 2007 20:03

Thanks for posting this Trapo.

Re: Post: Decca Unreleased Live Album 1972
Posted by: j.b.goode ()
Date: May 10, 2007 23:24

thanks for sharing this one, trapo.

Re: Post: Decca Unreleased Live Album 1972
Posted by: j.b.goode ()
Date: May 11, 2007 12:23

sorry to say, but unfortunately only - 11. Midnight Rambler - is mp3@256, the rest is mp3@192 or lower.
and love to hear this in a decent quality, so if possible.....

Re: Post: Decca Unreleased Live Album 1972
Posted by: Trapo ()
Date: May 11, 2007 19:25

j.b.goode Wrote:
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> sorry to say, but unfortunately only - 11.
> Midnight Rambler - is mp3@256, the rest is mp3@192
> or lower.
> and love to hear this in a decent quality, so if
> possible.....


Solved. Upload to 320Kbps

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Re: Post: Decca Unreleased Live Album 1972
Posted by: j.b.goode ()
Date: May 11, 2007 23:54

thank you very much for the upgrade, trapo, really appreciated!

Re: Post: Decca Unreleased Live Album 1972
Posted by: Trapo ()
Date: May 12, 2007 16:21

It is a pleasure to be able to collaborate and to share.

Greetings.

Re: Post: Decca Unreleased Live Album 1972
Posted by: vancouver ()
Date: May 19, 2007 13:38

overdubbs on this too ?

Re: Post: Decca Unreleased Live Album 1972
Posted by: texas fan ()
Date: May 19, 2007 15:28

vancouver...I don't know but I was told that the Philadelphia July 20 show was mixed by the Stones for radio, so possibly vocal overdubs at least

Re: Post: Decca Unreleased Live Album 1972
Posted by: vancouver ()
Date: May 19, 2007 15:29

thanks

Re: Post: Decca Unreleased Live Album 1972
Date: May 21, 2007 05:20

TD has Keith's overdubs and Mick's overdubs during the verses. The coda is Mick singing live.

"The wonder of Jimi Hendrix was that he could stand up at all he was so pumped full of drugs." Patsy, Patsy Stone

Re: Post: Decca Unreleased Live Album 1972
Posted by: stonesman87 ()
Date: August 27, 2007 15:42

The very last track, Street Fighting Man, cuts short. Can anybody repost the full track?



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