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"Torrent file rstones2002-10-04.csb.dime.torrent (will be personalized for you upon download)"
"The New Barbarians
August 11. 1979
Audience Master Tape
1. Sweet Little Rock & Roller (Chuck Berry cover)
2. F.U.C. Her (Ron Wood song)
3. Breathe on Me (Ron Wood song)
4. I Can Feel the Fire (Ron Wood song)
5. Let's Go Steady Again
6. Worried Life Blues (Big Maceo cover)
7. Honky Tonk Women (The Rolling Stones cover)
8. Come to Realise (Ron Wood song)
9. Am I Grooving You (Freddie Scott cover)
10. Seven Days (Bob Dylan cover)
11. Before They Make Me Run (The Rolling Stones cover)
12. Jumpin' Jack Flash (The Rolling Stones cover)
Ron Wood Guitar Harmonica Pedal Steel Guitar Vocals
Keith Richards Guitar Piano Vocals
Phil Chen Bass
Ian McLagan Piano Organ Backing Vocals
Bobby Keys Saxophone
Joseph Modeliste Drums
Going through my old master tapes, here is another oldie but goodie, I have transferred the master tape and adjusted the volume. I have also cut out some audience "banter" between songs that you don't want to hear.
I borrowed a "portable" tape deck from a friend and took it in complete with spare batteries and a sack full of tapes. I remember seeing a reel to reel with twin mic's on stands and a huge car sized battery. Security? it was manned by the Legalise Cannabis Campaign.
When they finished I rewound the tape a bit and pushed play to see how it had come out. Heads spun round as the volume was up high and a Canadian came over and we swopped details. He also got his friend to contact me who ran a record store. That was the start of an expensive relationship.
Size 398.70 MB (418,068,638 bytes)
Added Fri 04th Dec, 2020 18:53 GMT
Upped by hawkwind
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The Rolling Stones - Pacific Coliseum, Vancouver, Canada 1972-06-03 - Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA 1972-06-04 (2nd show)
Here Come The Rolling Stones [EAT 12/13/14]
01 Brown Sugar
02 Rocks Off
03 Gimme Shelter
05 Tumbling Dice
07 Honky Tonk Women
08 Loving Cup
09 Torn And Frayed
10 Sweet Virginia
11 You Can't Always Get What You Want
12 Ventilator Blues
13 Midnight Rambler
14 All Down The Line
15 Bye Bye Johnny
16 Rip This Joint
17 Jumping Jack Flash
18 Street Fighting Man
20 Brown Sugar
22 Rocks Off
23 Gimme Shelter
24 The Loveliest Night Of The Year
26 Tumbling Dice
27 Love In Vain
28 Sweet Virginia
29 Loving Cup
30 Band intro
31 You Can't Always Get What You Want
32 All Down The Line
33 Midnight Rambler
34 Midnight Rambler
35 Bye Bye Johnny
36 Rip This Joint
37 Jumping Jack Flash
38 Street Fighting Man
Total Time: 2h:57m:28s.
I put this up on Dime earlier today. Parts of it came from the Stonesvault. They are having freeloader days through Jan. 1, meaning a download won't count against your total.
The Rolling Stones - Live Rarities 1972-1973
This is a compilation of rarely played songs from the Stones' prime era. I made it for my own enjoyment but thought it might be of interest to others, so here it is. Presented in FLAC 1.3.1 and 1.3.3. 500x500 pixel front cover art is embedded in each track. There is no back cover art because I don't burn CDs anymore.
01. Loving Cup
02. Torn and Frayed
03. Ventilator Blues
04. Sweet Black Angel
05. Don't Lie to Me
06. Route 66
07. It’s All Over Now
08. 100 Years Ago
09. Silver Train
10. Down Home Girl
Tracks 1-3 recorded June 3, 1972, Vancouver, Canada. Source is audience recording 1st gen reels, lightly equalized by me. First show of the tour, and the Stones are trying out various songs. These songs were soon dropped.
Track 4 recorded June 24, 1972, 1st show, Fort Worth, Texas. Source is audience recording, probably from the master, from "Ain't No Angel On Main Street," VGP-133.
Track 5 recorded June 24, 1972, 2nd show, Fort Worth, Texas. Source is stereo soundboard recording, from "Plug In Flush Out," VGP-259. The Stones filmed and recorded both shows in Fort Worth and the next night in Houston for "Ladies and Gentlemen, the Rolling Stones." They tried out a couple new songs in Fort Worth but both of these have obvious mistakes and didn't make the the movie. No recordings of the Houston shows have surfaced. Interesting speculation here: [stoneslib4.homestead.com].
Track 6 recorded January 18, 1973, Los Angeles, California. Source is audience recording from TMOQ first pressing vinyl, transferred and lightly equalized by me. This tape does not circulate and all post-TMOQ releases are sourced from vinyl. Nicaragua was hit by a devastating earthquake on Dec. 23, 1972, and this was a benefit concert prior to the Stones heading to Hawaii to start their Pacific tour. This song was quickly dropped from the set list.
Track 7 recorded January 22, 1973, 2nd show, Honolulu, Hawaii, from "Blue Hawaii," VGP-212. Source is another TMOQ audience recording; this is one of their few tapes that circulate. This recording is much better than the one in LA. This song was quickly dropped from the set list after a few shows.
Tracks 8-9 recorded September 1, 1973, Vienna, Austria, from "Goodnight Vienna," VGP-009. Source is a low generation audience recording. Once again, this is the first show of the tour, and the Stones are trying out various songs. These songs were soon dropped.
Track 10 recorded July 5, 1969, Hyde Park, London, England. Obviously not a 1972-1973 rarity, this song is actually from a separate project but I wanted to include it here as a bonus track. This is a stereo matrix of two different low generation audience recordings, possibly master recordings. Left channel, Radio Veronica broadcast from download; right channel "In the Park" (Scorpio) pitch corrected/slowed down 0.1% to match. This concert is well documented on the movie "The Stones in the Park" and was also mostly broadcast on its 10th anniversary by WLIR FM, but this song was not in the movie or broadcast. Surprisingly the two analog tape recorders stay in sync for the entire song.
First uploaded to Dime by watchit 12/24/2020.
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... This is the unprocessed 1st Gen tape courtesy of the Freezer archive:
Artist: The Rolling Stones
Date: July 11, 1972
Venue: Rubber Bowl, Akron, Ohio
Size: 503 MB
Qualty: EX-Unprocessed Stereo AUD Recording From 1972
Source: ANA(M) > CASS(1) [1xMaxell UD 90; 1xMaxell UD 60]
001 Brown Sugar
003 Rocks Off
004 Gimme Shelter
006 Tumbling Dice
007 Love in Vain
008 Sweet Virginia
009 You Can't Always Get What You Want
010 All Down the Line
011 Midnight Rambler
012 Bye Bye Johnny
013 Rip This Joint
014 Jumpin' Jack Flash
015 Street Fighting Man
Freezer Notes: "Received in trade from original taper in early 70s, mastered to CDr in 2002, and sent to rollingstonesboots, a
Yahoo trade group run by rmisra. Bootlegged with the life EQ'd out of it.
Now available again unprocessed by some bootleg company, that also added much hiss to their commercial silver. Get it here
and now, unprocessed, before some fool decides to remaster it."
PA cuts out several times during "Tumbling Dice."
As seen above, Paris '66 from DIME for one week: