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2 ***years ***ago
Honestman
As Jos already share with us the great Real Rarities project, here's another great one that Alan sent me 10 years ago or so.He did the sleeve notes and asked me at the time if I could get pictures of the Stones in a kitchen,but I'd never been able to get some.The ones I sent him were in the spirit but not in a kitchen, he really wanted one for the cover. Here his project called "
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2 ***years ***ago
DandelionPowderman
Sneaky Pete played on an early version of Wild Horses. It was never released. Great album! Hot Burrito #1 is a gem.
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5 ***years ***ago
Koen
You can find all those older threads on this subject here.
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5 ***years ***ago
DandelionPowderman
QuoteBamaStone Discussed earlier, it was for the "Burrito Bros sessions... I don't think the Stones intended to give away their own backing tracks to the Burritos No, Mick considered using Sneaky Pete for the Stones's version. There is an even older thread here, where this was documented.
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5 ***years ***ago
DandelionPowderman
Sneaky Pete, Tele. Mick sent the tapes to the US for him to overdub.
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5 ***years ***ago
BamaStone
Yep, have had this one on a boot for a while, it was rumored that Gram was the one playing the pedal steel..
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5 ***years ***ago
Pietro
Sneaky Pete Kleinow was Gram Parson's pedal steel player in the original Flying Burrito Brothers. I found this recording of "Wild Horses" with Kleinow on pedal steel. It's interesting. Thought I'd share it. video:
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6 ***years ***ago
Silver Dagger
QuoteMathijs QuoteSilver Dagger Quoterootsman Superb track, of course! I wish they had released the version with organ and pedal steel on the Sticky Fingers bonus disc. That's supposedly the one with Gram Parsons on it. 700100A early 1970: Los Angeles, unidentified studio. Overdubs, supervised by Denny Cordell, on a tape sent to L.A. by the Stones via London:
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6 ***years ***ago
Mathijs
QuoteSilver Dagger Quoterootsman Superb track, of course! I wish they had released the version with organ and pedal steel on the Sticky Fingers bonus disc. That's supposedly the one with Gram Parsons on it. 700100A early 1970: Los Angeles, unidentified studio. Overdubs, supervised by Denny Cordell, on a tape sent to L.A. by the Stones via London:
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6 ***years ***ago
DandelionPowderman
It's not Gram, it's Sneaky Pete Kleinow (Gram's bandmate from the Burritos).
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7 ***years ***ago
bigmac7895
So is Wild Horses here a fake or a version from a bootleg that I have never heard before? I read fake on 2 posts and someone else claims it is Sneaky Pete.
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7 ***years ***ago
GasLightStreet
QuoteNaturalust QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteNaturalust Quotebigmac7895 While the Wild Horses pedal steel version sounds nice, isn't this a fake? Someone playing a true alternate version without all the guitars and adding a pedal steel? I know originally they were trying to use Sneaky Pete- that's how Gram got to releases the FBB version first. I hope you're just being nice here, it
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7 ***years ***ago
rootsman
Re the Wild Horses version: This has been available on boots for many years, and the most probable info is this: early 1970: Los Angeles, unidentified studio. Overdubs, supervised by Denny Cordell, on a tape sent to L.A. by the Stones via London: Sneaky Pete Kleinow on pedal steel, Leon Russell on organ (from Nico ZentgrafÂīs site)
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7 ***years ***ago
Naturalust
QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteNaturalust Quotebigmac7895 While the Wild Horses pedal steel version sounds nice, isn't this a fake? Someone playing a true alternate version without all the guitars and adding a pedal steel? I know originally they were trying to use Sneaky Pete- that's how Gram got to releases the FBB version first. I hope you're just being nice here, it sounds like crap
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7 ***years ***ago
GasLightStreet
QuoteNaturalust Quotebigmac7895 While the Wild Horses pedal steel version sounds nice, isn't this a fake? Someone playing a true alternate version without all the guitars and adding a pedal steel? I know originally they were trying to use Sneaky Pete- that's how Gram got to releases the FBB version first. I hope you're just being nice here, it sounds like crap to me, bad mix. The
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7 ***years ***ago
Naturalust
Quotebigmac7895 While the Wild Horses pedal steel version sounds nice, isn't this a fake? Someone playing a true alternate version without all the guitars and adding a pedal steel? I know originally they were trying to use Sneaky Pete- that's how Gram got to releases the FBB version first. I hope you're just being nice here, it sounds like crap to me, bad mix. The only thing that
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7 ***years ***ago
bigmac7895
While the Wild Horses pedal steel version sounds nice, isn't this a fake? Someone playing a true alternate version without all the guitars and adding a pedal steel? I know originally they were trying to use Sneaky Pete- that's how Gram got to releases the FBB version first.
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10 ***years ***ago
DandelionPowderman
Quotetomcasagranda Wild Horses - Sneaky Pete was in the Burritos. I think the overdubbed part was the piano part, which was sent to Leon Russell to work his magic on. An early version of WH with the Stones was posted here a couple of months ago, with Sneaky Pete's slide guitar parts instead of Keith's lead guitar, if memory serves.
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10 ***years ***ago
tomcasagranda
Wild Horses - Sneaky Pete was in the Burritos. I think the overdubbed part was the piano part, which was sent to Leon Russell to work his magic on.
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10 ***years ***ago
DandelionPowderman
QuoteCousinC I remember the story that Winter was visiting the Stones while recording/rehearsing and asked for a song. He heard an early version of the still unreleased Silver train and liked it a lot.The Stones/ Jagger allowed him to take the song. Similar story to F.B. Brothers Wild Horses version, which was released before the Stones original version as well. Yeah, although the story wa
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10 ***years ***ago
hulloder
Ok Mathijs ... this confirm what I think. The version with Preston never existed...but creates confusion
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10 ***years ***ago
Mathijs
As stated in the other thread: According to a Gram Parsons interview the tapes where sent to him in in LA early 1970, where steel guitar by Kleinow and organ by Leon Russell where added, produced by Denny Cordell. As far as known, Preston never played organ on this track. Mathijs
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10 ***years ***ago
hulloder
- Wild Horses II (MJ/KR) -Sneaky Pete Kleinow on piano (indeed pedal steel guitar) (tape send to US for overdub purposes, recorded on version I) - Wild Horses VI (MJ/KR) -Billy Preston on organ i think that II and VI are the same version. infact i found only one version with Sneaky Pedal steel guitar and also an organ..but never only guitar or only organ. Someone have more
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10 ***years ***ago
hulloder
- Wild Horses II (MJ/KR) -Sneaky Pete Kleinow on piano (tape send to US for overdub purposes, recorded on version I) - Wild Horses VI (MJ/KR) -Billy Preston on organ i think that II and VI are the same version posted by Mathijs
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10 ***years ***ago
Mathijs
QuoteGlam Descendant From Nico Zentgraf's website: 691209A 9th, 10th & 18th December: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Jimmy Miller. Sound engineer: Glyn Johns. - Wild Horses II (MJ/KR) -Sneaky Pete Kleinow on piano (tape send to US for overdub purposes, recorded on version I) Sure not. Kleinow does the pedal steel
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10 ***years ***ago
hulloder
I don't think Sneaky play piano on "Wild Horses"...he play perfect guitar
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10 ***years ***ago
hulloder
QuoteGlam Descendant From Nico Zentgraf's website: - Wild Horses II (MJ/KR) -Sneaky Pete Kleinow on piano (tape send to US for overdub purposes, recorded on version I) On piano??????
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10 ***years ***ago
Edith Grove
'Great talent, influence and tragedy' Winter Haven music legend Gram Parsons has cultural influence By BOB GERNERT Special to the News Chief Gram Parsons enjoys cult-like status among those who study and appreciate the earliest blending of country and rock music. He disliked the term "country-rock" and offered Cosmic American" as an alternative. The first p
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13 ***years ***ago
thkbeercan
QuoteMathijs As Wild Horses was basically recorded live in Muscle Shoals Dickinson can hardly be called the producer. All the overdubs were done in London under the direction of Miller, so he is rightfully named the producer. I never heard of Wayne Perkins playing on WH but there could be a mix up: there's a great version of Wild Horses with pedal steel guitar by Sneaky Pete Kleinow (I a
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13 ***years ***ago
scottkeef
Wasnt "Sneaky Pete" affiliated with Gram Parsons via The Burrito Bros?
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