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8 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
G'd evening. Too many jou-jou people around here and not very many collectors and I don't want to start a new topic for this so I just keep going on here. Coz this is something that may interest collectors of UK vinyls only. Anyone ever been wondering why Big Hits and Satanic UK pressings has blue labels for mono and green labels for stereo? Definition as per Decca management i
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8 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
Quoteironbelly Doxa There are two different recordings of Tell Me on the first LP. Tell Me short version. This one plays only 2,52 minutes and is a totally different take than the long one. Jaggers singing and Bills bass are clearly different. The rumour is that the producer by mistake used the wrong demo tape for the acetate. Tell Me is on B side of the LP and the matrix number is XARL6
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8 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
Quotetreaclefingers Lovely Boston...yes, you had to have that! Were there any other Greek coloured 45s or is it just that one, We Love You? At least JJF / Child of The Moon and Let's Spend The Night Together / Ruby Tuesday are existing on colored viny Here is a link to the Stonesvikings forum with a few pictures:
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8 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
This one has been on my number ONE spot of all Stones songs now for the past 15 years or so. I am so glad that I got this one live again in Hyde Park a few weeks back. Remember going to London in November for the first O2 gig. I was on the flight going through what songs I really wanted to get live and this was the first one on my list. I was not sure if they would do it as it was sadly missing
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8 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
Quotekpl I have listened and watched the CYHMK from Glastonbury several times. In my opinion it is the best version of the 5 performannces so far. It sounded fresh and sophisticated. MT live elevates the musical boundaries of thhe band.I also thought that this version also had great cntributions from Charlie and Keith. The evolution f. CYHNK on this tour reminds me of MT's impact on YOu can
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8 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
19 copies of UK pressed LK4605... and another eight pressed in other countries, so that will make 27 in total. Then a few DC's and casettes... This is a nice album to collect. Well, I also have 22 copies of UK pressed Let It Bleed and 6 non UK pressed LIB's... Too many Ya Ya's, Exiles, Some Girls bla bla bla And I also have 14 copies Hurriganes Roadrunner LP. That Roadrunner is
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8 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
Normal stereo pressing. There are actually two different stereo labels that has the Jobete/Carlin Music text. This one is on grooved label which means it was pressed in 1967 or 1968.
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8 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
Abouth the white boxed labels pressed in UK. I so far been able to find them on: Aftermath Satanic Ya Ya's Stone Ages Inner bags on my LP's has date codes from 1973 and 1974 Here are two of them:
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8 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
Wooooow. I do not play anyting but the fool and my vinyl record player. BUT this girl confirms that there is still hope for the young generation to still discover what music is all about Hats off for this young lady doing a version of my No1 all time Stones classic
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8 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
QuoteRicky Quotetreaclefingers That is my understanding of this variation as well...I believe I've read it was for export market, Germany(?), early 70s. I have a GYYYO version of this, with Mick Taylor autograph! ...or an export for the european market, early 70s. Ask Jan Richardsson (http://www.stonesondecca.com/index.html) There was a set of white label LP's issued in the ea
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8 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
aaah, vinyls, my no 1 format to enjoy music. To hold a vinyl cover in my hands and look, smell, feel, touch it... Here is one of my first LP's that I bough around the time of its release in 1973. This was my no 1 band in the 70's, SLADE I was about 12 years old when I bought it and having a look on the line of amps behind the band... brrrr Then 25 years later I ended up work
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
Quotegotdablouse @The Worst - sorry to hear Rob hasn't been in touch, odd since he said he was "taking care of us like no one's ever done"...so for a refund it's probably best to do what bartfrombrussels did apparently and contact frontgate directly. I think I might ask for a £100 refund of the now (even more) useless "Unwind Backstage Bar" for a start and see w
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
Quotebartfrombrussels I answered this: I still want a complete refund for my Tier 2 access - Unwind backstage bar for 299 + 29,90 (service charges) + 30 (delivery) = 358,90 £ for the Rolling Stones show on the 6th of July because I bought the ticket with this understanding "GA Tier 2 – access to an area closer to the stage than general admission" and not "Tier 2 will have acce
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
Quotebeepee2 QuoteRik Quotesteffiestones The promoters and the management are responable for this fiasco, not the Stones themselves...my opinion. The Rolling Stones organisation is responsable, just like AEG is. You mean the Stones should have refrained from wanting GA T3 to be at the front ? Well yes naturally. That is what this issue is all about
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
QuoteBowieStone QuoteJan Richards From a T2 + bar £100 ripped of ex Stones fan I'm very disapointed in The Stones right now, but I will never be an ex stones fan. Have you heard Exile On Main St? haha, I have about 20 copies of Exile on vinyl. But for me that is actually not a very good album. SF is far superior. But lets not open that discussion again I will modify my statement a b
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
QuoteIGTBA AEG is owned by Phil Anschutz, a billionaire, whose holding company is located in Denver, CO - where I live. If this does not get resolved in an acceptable way for Tier 1 & 2 purchasers, within a few days, I plan to visit their office and not leave until I can make a personal complaint with a responsible officer. The office is located at 555 17th St., Ste. 2400 Denver, CO 80202
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
This bar thing that they charged an extra £100 for. "BARCLAYCARD UNWIND BACKSTAGE BAR " Seams as if I have access to this bar located far away from the stage. But then when inside the bar. Do I still have to pay £10 for a rom drink or do I get it for free? I mean, I paid a £100 for getting in there, but do I get anything more that the access to it? In that case, this will probably be t
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
QuoteEddieByword QuoteGRNRBITW QuoteEddieByword QuoteRokyfan QuoteEddieByword QuoteJan Richards Well, my comment on the ticket prices. I have never complained about them and will never do so either. I can only speculate in the reason for why they are on a this level today. It is not The Stones who set the ticket price. So I can never blame them for what I pay for my ticket. They have sold thei
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
Well, my comment on the ticket prices. I have never complained about them and will never do so either. I can only speculate in the reason for why they are on a this level today. It is not The Stones who set the ticket price. So I can never blame them for what I pay for my ticket. They have sold their services as a band to a promotor for 80 plus million USD for 2013. I think that there has been
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
QuoteManofwealthandtaste I think it was better organised in 1969....just turn up and enjoy the gig! That is so on spot I also think it was a bit cheaper tickets back then. Hope that Jagger has the same dress and that they throw around a few dead butterflies. A samba gang for The Devil would make my day
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
Quotelatvianinexile Why is it that it's this band that always finds new and innovative ways to cheat their most loyal fans!? This is so ubelievable!!! Exactly my thinking as well. It is amazing that they still after 50 years find new ways to screw their loyal fans! But I guess that music is not the only thing in Rock'n Roll
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
QuoteDoxa QuoteJan Richards Do I understand this correctly? What Jagger says is basically that we who can afford to pay more for a ticket are not as good fans as those who cannot afford a £200+ ticket?? So lets put the boring rich guys on the side so that they can hang in the bar area. Actually I find something admirable in that logic of Jagger's thinking... Seriously, I think ther
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
Do I understand this correctly? What Jagger says is basically that we who can afford to pay more for a ticket are not as good fans as those who cannot afford a £200+ ticket?? So lets put the boring rich guys on the side so that they can hang in the bar area. Wohooo... I have been following this page for the past 10 years or so and mostly just ignored all bad vibes about ticket prices, set
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
This map must be a joke, right? If not, then I donno what to do. I have a Golden ticket. Should we all sue the promotor or what? How can they first sell 65 k tickets and then only tell people that: hahha look where you end up. Please tell me this is a joke....
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
QuoteRobberBride Quotesteffiestones Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, Got my tickets!!!! See you there Steffie! Very Good, I got tix to Tier2 last night, including the bar, so I have to drink for a £100, ohhooo... So hope to see you Geir and Steffie at the gig I managed to get tix through the pre-sale around 21.00 UK time last night. Tix were popping up every now and then
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
The correct sequence of the back cover on LK4605 is: No 1 Mona No 2 I Need You Baby with MONO logo missing No 2b I Need You Baby with Mono missing and the MONA stamp added No 3 I Need You Baby with MONO logo in place Read more here on my stonesondecca page: LK4605
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
Quotetreaclefingers QuoteRollingSebas My 1A/1A pressing has the cover from photo 3, but without the bending of the paper strip. So I expect the cover on photo 3 need to be the 1st. Or because my cover doesn't have the bended paper strip, it means this is a 5th cover version? I expect the vinyl / cover combinations aren't so chronological as we hope. Good lord this is quite a morass.
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
QuoteGravityBoy treaclefingers, thanks for the kind thought, Jan, thanks for the info. I will treasure my last few albums always as a memory of a bygone era. You can always get a new record player and enjoy the music again
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
QuoteGravityBoy QuoteJan Richards Possibly yes. You can also have a look on the label. As I understand it, the second label has the following text under The Rolling Stones box on the left side of the label: A PROMOTONE N.V. RECORD This text is missing on the very first labels A PROMOTONE N.V. RECORD Yep!!! So.. it's not a first pressing? Second pressing from the label point of vi
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9 ***years ***ago
Jan Richards
Quotetreaclefingers QuoteJan Richards About the cover on the first UK pressings of Rolling Stones LK4605. There are a few versions existing that were made during the first months of production in 1964. I'd like to get your opinion on first second third fourth version. These are the choices made in 1964: I Need You Baby - MONO missing in the upper right hand corner I Need You Baby - M
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