Monday, April 27, 2015

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Friday, April 24, 2015

The Rolling Stones' Extravagant 2015 Reissue of "Sticky Fingers"

The Rolling Stones will soon be releasing another remastered version of their enduring classic 1971 LP "Sticky Fingers,"widely considered to be a peak of their creativity.It was also remastered in 2009.This time,numerous previously unreleased tracks and a DVD will be included in some of the editions.It will be possibly the most complex release of a remastered recording-or indeed of any recording-in history because of its tiered structure and the number of media involved.
In the first tier or format,there are your choice of the Original CD or Original LP in one vinyl record,which are simply the remastered original album.The Original CD comes with a 12-page booklet,while the Original LP comes with a 12x12 insert and is on heavy black vinyl.
Beyond this is the second tier or format,the Deluxe 2 CD.This includes the remastered album,plus a bonus CD with newly released tracks,including:
1.An alternative Brown Sugar featuring Eric Clapton
2.An alternative Bitch
3.An alternative Can't You Hear Me Knocking
4.An alternative Dead Flowers
5.An alternative acoustic Wild Horses,posted in this blog tonight
6.Five tracks recorded at The Roundhouse in 1971,including Honky Tonk Women and Midnight Rambler.
This edition will also include a 24-page booklet.
The third tier or format is the Deluxe Edition Box Set,consisting of the Original CD and bonus CD,plus a DVD and 72-page hardbound picture book,as well as a 4-postcard set.All of this will be in a presentation box.
The fourth tier or format is the Super Deluxe Edition Box Set.This has the Original CD,bonus CD,plus a 13-track "Get Your Leeds Lungs Out" CD of the March 1971 concert soon before they left for their so-called "exile" in France.This edition also includes the Marquee Club 2-song DVD from their famous show at said club on 26 March 1971.You will furthermore receive a lavish 120-page hardback book with real zip,new liner notes by Nick Kent,a 7-inch vinyl record of Brown Sugar and Wild Horses,and the Get Your Leeds Lungs Out CD.Even more,you will get the 4-postcard set,a print,a poster and a mini-replica band cutout.
There will be several tiers of downloads as well.You can preorder the products now from The Rolling Stones website.
It is a truly remarkable range of choices for the fan,all issued by Universal Music.
By way of background,"Sticky Fingers" was begun at the remote Muscle Shoals,Alabama studio in December 1969.Further sessions occurred at Mick Jagger's Stargroves country home studio,as well as Olympic Sound Studios,London.The album was released in 1971,504 days after the first session at Muscle Shoals.It was produced by longtime Stones friend Jimmy Miller and introduced guitarist Mick Taylor as a member of the Stones.The album reached number one on both sides of the Atlantic and subsequent sales also proved strong over the decades.
The project will be released on 8 June overseas and 9 June in the United States.It coincides with the Stones' Zip Code North American tour that begins on 24 May at Petco Park,San Diego.

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Friday, April 10, 2015

Late Sixties Treasures From the Music Vaults

A number of historic Eric Clapton performances are featured in tonight's lineup."Badge" is from Cream's last album "Goodbye," but was written and performed by Eric Clapton and George Harrison,as well as Cream members Jack Bruce and Ginger Baker."Blind Faith" was a super group featuring Eric Clapton,Steve Winwood,Rick Grech and Ginger Baker that made only one album and performed only one concert,the Hyde Park,London concert excerpted here with "Presence of the Lord" written by Eric Clapton.Clapton plays again in "Tribute to Elmore" with Jimmy Page,a track from early in the two master guitarists' careers.
Perhaps most interesting of all is Clapton playing guitar with John Lennon,Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones on bass and Mitch Mitchell of the Jimi Hendrix Experience on drums.Calling themselves "The Dirty Mac," they played "Yer Blues," which is John Lennon's song from The Beatles' "White Album" for a segment of the Rolling Stones' ill-fated project "Rock And Roll Circus."The spectacle blended songs with circus performers from Sir Robert Fosset's Circus,but the Stones felt their own performance was bland and upstaged by The Who,so they shelved the show.A bootleg album of the songs was circulated,however,including "Yer Blues." The song was recorded on 11 December,1968 at InterTel video studio in Stonebridge House,Wembley,London.Glyn Johns and Jimmy Miller did the sound recording on Olympic Sound Studio's mobile studio.The video is by director Michael Lindsay-Hogg and cameraman Tony Richmond,who later worked on The Beatles' "Let It Be."
"The Dirty Mac" also played a blues jam and covered a few rock-n-roll classics,Buddy Holly's "Peggy Sue" and Elvis' "It's Now Or Never."
The entire "Rock And Roll Circus" footage,including "Yer Blues," was officially released in 1995.

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