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February 26, 2009 Posted by | Mick Jagger, Rolling Stones, _CARTOON, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Rolling Stones – Hot Stuff Volumes 1-2

A wonderful  two-volume set of Stones stuff called HOT STUFF!!

The first volume is live, the second volume are demos, etc., from the studio. More detailed info is included in the artwork (also in the downloads).

Ripped at 320kps from flacs. IF YOU DON’T HAVE THIS 2-VOLUME SET, GET IT!

Artwork included. Original notes:

The Rolling Stones
Hot Stuff volume one – on stage (1969-1994)
Great Dane Records – Italy 1994
GDR 9416/ABCD

This is a nice 4 CD box set of live recordings.
Most of the songs are available on other boots, but it is a nice compilation.

disc 1 (1969-1972)
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Hyde Park, London, UK, July 5, 1969

01 Jumping Jack Flash
02 No Expectations

Oakland Coliseum, Oakland Ca., November 9, 1969

03 Prodigal Son
04 You Gotta Move
05 Carol
06 Sympathy For The Devil
07 I’m Free
08 Honky Tonk Women

Leeds University, Leeds, UK, March 13, 1971

09 Dead Flowers
10 Stray Cat Blues

Terrant County Convention Centre, Fort Worth, TX, June 24, 1972

11 Bitch

Hofheinz Pavillon, Houston, TX, June 25, 1972

12 Rocks Off

Spectrum Sports Arena, Philadelphia, PA, July 21, 1972

13 Gimme Shelter

Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, July 26, 1972

14 All Down The Line
15 Rip This Joint
16 Sweet Virginia
17 Intros And Bye Bye Johnny

disc 2 (1973-1976)
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Forest Nationale, Brussels, BEL, October 17, 1973 (afternoon)

01 Happy
02 Tumbling Dice
03 You Can’t Always Get What You Want
04 Midnight Rambler

Wembley Empire Pool, London, UK, September 9, 1973

05 Jumping Jack Flash
06 Street Fighting Man

Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, June 27, 1975

07 Angie
08 Wild Horses

Les Abbatoirs, Pavillon de Paris, FRA, June 4, 1976

09 Hand Of Fate
10 Star Star
11 It’s Only Rock And Roll
12 Brown Sugar

disc 3 (1978-1989)
——————

Capitol Theatre, Passaic, NJ, June 14, 1978

01 When The Whip Comes Down
02 Respectable
03 Faraway Eyes
04 Love In Vain
05 Sweet Little Sixteen

Hampton Coliseum, Hampton Roads, VI, Decemver 18, 1981

06 Just My Imagination
07 Beast Of Burden
08 Waiting On A Friend
09 Let It Bleed
10 Little T And A

CNE Stadium, Toronto, CAN, September 3, 1989

11 Dead Flowers
12 One Hit

disc 4 (1989-1994)
——————

Atlantic City, NJ, December 19, 1989

01 Little Red Rooster
02 Paint It Black
03 2000 Light Years From Home
04 Sympathy For The Devil

Wembley Stadium, London, UK, July 7, 1990

05 Start Me Up (W Continental Drift)
06 Sad Sad Sad
07 Harlem Shuffle
08 Tumbling Dice
09 Miss You
10 Ruby Tuesday
11 Street Fighting Man
12 Satisfaction

RFK Stadium, Washington, August 1, 1994

13 Love Is Strong
14 Memory Motel

PART ONE PART TWO PART THREE PART FOUR PART FIVE PART SIX PART SEVEN

Ripped at 320kps from flacs. IF YOU DON’T HAVE THIS 2-VOLUME SET, GET IT! Often the Stones studio recordings are much better, and this complementary set to volume one is all STUDIO–demos, alternate versions, etc.. Artwork included. Original notes:

The Rolling Stones
Hot Stuff volume two – in studio (1962-1989)
Great Dane Records – Italy 1994
GDR 9417/ABCD

This is a great 4 CD box set of studio outtakes and alternate versions.
You’ll love it!

disc 1 (1963-1969)
——————
01 Rice Crispies Jingle 0:28
02 You Can’t Judge A Book By The Cover 1:22
03 Tell Me 2:53 (I/early vocal version)
04 Poison Ivy 8-63
05 Everybody Needs Somebody To Love 5:02 (III/long version)
06 Tell Me Baby, How Many More Times 1:57
07 As Time Goes By 2:14 (early version of “As Tears Go By”)
08 Con Le Mie Lacrime 2:43 (italian version of “As Tears Go By”)
09 Satisfaction 3:51 (instrumental)
10 Trouble In Mind 3:46 (instrumental)
11 Paint It Black 2:18 (instrumental)
12 Have You Seen Your Mother Baby 2:29 (I/backing track)
13 Ruby Tuesday 3:13 (instrumental)
14 Citadel 2:47 (instrumental)
15 Did Everybody Pay Their Dues? 3:08 (early version of “Street Fighting Man”)
16 Highway Child 5:22
17 Honky Tonk Women 2:56 (Take II)
18 Gimme Shelter 4:07 (Take II/no backing vocals)
19 All Down The Line 4:30 (later re-recorded in 1971 for “Exile”)

disc 2 (1970-1974)
——————
01 Wild Horses 5:32 (alernate version, with banjo, no organ)
02 I Got The Blues 3:45
03 Ain’t Lying 3:50
04 Shine A Light 4:11
05 Sweet Virginia 4:24
06 Loving Cup 6:37
07 Good Time Women 3:35 (early “Tumbling Dice”)
08 Stop Breaking Down 4:39
09 Shake Your Hips 4:19
10 Let It Loose 5:46 (instrumental)
11 Sweet Black Angel 3:09 (instrumental)
12 Silver Train 3:56
13 Dancing With Mr D 4:39
14 Through The Lonely Nights 4:15
15 It’s Only Rock And Roll 5:00

disc 3 (1975-1979)
——————
01 Cellophane Trousers 2:25
02 Far Away Eyes 5:44
03 Just My Imagination 7:07
04 Some Girls 5:31
05 Munich Hilton 10:31
06 Fiji Jim 4:17 Paris 78
07 Before They Make Me Run 4:34
08 Shattered 4:03
09 Hot Stuff 2:44
10 Jumping Jack Flash 3:25 (rehearsal, Woodstock May 1978)
11 Miss You 6:44 (rehearsal, Woodstock May 1978)
Summer Romance 5:25
Sweet Home Chicago 5:05

disc 4 (1979-1989)
——————
01 Slave 10:15 (different vocals, full length)
02 Worried About You 7:56
03 Waiting On A Friend 4:47
04 One Hit 4:41 (with backing vocals)
05 Fight 3:01 (instrumental)
06 What Are You Gonna Do With My Love 5:32
07 Deep Love 4:09
08 Harlem Shuffle 5:29 (I/spoken vocals)
09 Harlem Shuffle 2 4:09 (II/spoken vocals)
10 Strictly Memphis 3:39
11 Winning Ugly 4:52 (with additional bass)
12 Almost Hear You Sigh 3:57

PART ONE PART TWO PART THREE PART FOUR PART FIVE PART SIX PART SEVEN

thanks rockbarbarian

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February 23, 2009 Posted by | Music_ClassicRock, Rolling Stones, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Unmissable Rockumentaries


Some classics in this list of Unmissable Rockumentaries from djbrittman.blogspot.com

Who the fuck needs to go to over-priced gigs where the band’s about a mile away, where there are drunk assholes spilling drinks on you, where the beer costs an arm and a leg and tastes like piss, where you have to punch some moron for pinching your girlfriend’s ass, and where the bathroom – if you can find it – is blanketed with an ocean of urine and other unmentionables!

Stay home and watch these instead!

The seminal, magnificent, timeless Don’t Look Back has got to be on top of any list of music documentaries!

Not far behind – though not listed here – would be the infamous banned Stones film “Cocksucker Blues“, covering the band’s 1972 tour of the States in support of their greatest album Exile on Main Street.

The Rolling Stones – Cocksucker Blues extract

Another fine film in this genre which would be in our top ten is the Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds documentary The Road to God Knows Where (1990), a gritty film which explores the mundane reality of being a band touring the States in a bus!

Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds – The Road to God Knows Where (1990)


from djbrittman.blogspot.com

18. Wattstax (1973)

“A soulful expression of the Black experience,” comments Richard Pryor in the first of many personal interludes on this disc. Shot at the Los Angeles Convention, the ’72 Wattstax Music Festival commemorated the seventh anniversary of the Watts Riots. Funk, Soul, Blues, Gospel, or R&B, the tickets were a buck and was the “African-American answer to Woodstock”. The Bar-Kays get my vote for “Best Band Wardrobe Ever.” Check it out to remind you that Blues is where Rock came from.

17. The Decline of Western Civilization Pt. II: The Metal Years (1988)

The second installment of director Penelope Spheeris rock-u-trilogy explores the glam-metal scene of Los Angeles in the mid 80s. We are talking teased hair, tight pants, jangly jewelry, and plenty of eye shadow. And that’s just the guys! This is an era of excess: sleazy chicks, monster riffs, and doped-up dudes. Watch this film for an interview with Ozzy where he’s cooking breakfast and actually speaking coherently.

16. D.O.A. (1980)

Chronicling the formative years of punk, this one is a bit hard to come by. Much like a shower is hard to come by for anyone in this film. Containing mostly footage of the Sex Pistols (their only North American tour before disbanding), this is a grimy, low-budget glimpse at the turning tide of the punk movement. And that low budget reality is the exact reason why it’s worth watching.

15. Heavy Metal in Baghdad (2008)

From VICE, this documentary follows Acrassicauda, an Iraqi heavy metal band in the middle of “the shit”. Homeboys had their practice space hit with a SCUD missile. These guys aren’t playing to get laid. They are playing to get out of the warzone. Then get laid. Watch this doc because it’s just an incredible story.

14. American Hardcore– 2006

The real stand out quality of American Hardcore is the photography. And the fact that a lot of the founding members of the movement are still breathing. The film takes you through the formative years of the Hardcore scene, interviewing big names like Rollins, Flea, and Moby as well as the obscure yet iconic likes of Keith Morris and Brian Baker. Watch it to get educated.

13. Funky Monks (1992)

The Red Hot Chili Peppers hole up in Houdini’s haunted mansion with the world’s biggest vegan, Rick Rubin, to record Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magik. A penetrating look into the lives of the guys who once wore socks on their dorks. This clip shows a drum take from the song Breaking The Girl. Not since Sanford & Son has playing with trash worked so well. See if to remind you that dudes like Rick Rubin are what make Rock possible.

12. Stop Making Sense (1984)

This live performance by the Talking Heads, directed by the late Jonathan Demme*, is a no-frills affair. You soon realize that without said “gimmicks”, the performance speaks for itself. It’s also more of a conceptual concert movie than a rockumentary. There are no lasers, smoke machines, or quick cuts to bare breasts (unfortunately). Check it out to remind you how utterly acceptable it was to be a weirdo in the 80’s.

*Jonathan Demme has recently come back from the dead. He is a zombie.

11. End Of The Century: The Story of The Ramones (2004)

This is the definitive DVD of punk band The Ramones. Set over 22 years, the mop-topped rockers go from playing two-minute songs at CBGB’s to being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. This clip is of Dee Dee Ramone’s brief venture into hip-hop. Classic. Hey! Oh! Let’s Go! (-to-the-video-store-and-learn-about-the-shirt-I-just-bought). Watch it so when you see people with the shirt on, you can know the story.

10. Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers: Runnin’ Down a Dream (2007)

Tom Petty has always reminded me of Martina Navratilova. This 2-disc set covers early Petty, the history of the Heartbreakers, interviews with the likes of Stevie Nicks, Dave Grohl, and Rick Rubin, leading to their 30th anniversary concert in Gainesville. Culture yourself with this four-hour collection. Because nobody wants to hear about the four hours you spent playing Medal of Honor. Also worth watching so you can understand where your parents are coming from.

9. DIG! (2004)

This film compiles seven years of footage following two bands– The Brian Jonestown Massacre and The Dandy Warhols, as they attempt to take over the music industry. BJM front man Anton Newcombe is an egomaniacal, wacky-costume wearing, 80-instrument playing, band-sabotaging, audience-kicking train wreck – and a pleasure to watch. The Dandy Warhols’ front man Courtney Taylor wears makeup and must navigate the treacherous road of dealing with major record companies. Watch it to remind you just how crazy the music industry really is.

8. Instrument- 10 Years With The Band Fugazi (2001)

If you know punk and Hardcore, you know Fugazi. You also know that the most mainstream they have ever gotten is email forwards falsely reporting the death of lead singer Ian MacKaye. Watch this doc to see how dedicated these guys are, and for a scene where MacKaye calls a punch-happy kid an “Ice Cream Eating Motherfucker.” It’s something I call my friends at least once a week.

7. The Fearless Freaks (2005)

This disc covers the formation of Oklahoma psych-rockers The Flaming Lips. Maybe dropping all that acid wasn’t such a bad idea. Every band (except The Strokes) had shitty day jobs. In this clip, front man Wayne Coyne re-enacts being held up while working at Long John Silver’s. Heads up to Unsolved Mysteries: cast cute Vietnamese children for your re-enactments. Watch it because it will keep you from ever shooting heroin, or moving to Oklahoma City.

6. I Am Trying To Break Your Heart (2002)

Wilco records their fourth album, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot. Idiots at the record label deem it “not poppy” enough. Album is released for free online and later goes on to sell over 500,000 copies and have music critics creaming in their jeans. This is that story. Fred Armisen (SNL) is in it too. See it for the story.

5. The Last Waltz (1978)

Martin Scorsese helmed this enthralling look into the final performance of folk group, The Band. What they lack in coming up with cool band names (or is it the coolest band name?), they make up for with killer on-stage collaborations, including Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Muddy Waters, Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, and more. See it because it’s Martin Scorsese, and way better than the Oldguyapalloza that was his recent Shine A Light.

4. Some Kind of Monster (2004)

Originally made to chronicle the recording of Metallica’s St. Anger, this disc explores what happens when “metal group” meets “group therapy”. Drummer Lars Ulrich has a sit-down with former Metallica guitarist, Dave Mustaine and the “talk it out” (not metal). Guitarist Kirk Hammett is allowed to suggest a lyric. He comes up with, “my life-style is my death-style.” See it because it shows you the totally damaging effects that giant piles of money can have on your development into adulthood. And also, it’s just a great fucking movie— think Step Brother’s but for real.

3. The Devil and Daniel Johnston (2005)

Meet Daniel Johnston. He writes songs and records them on a crappy boom box. He does his own artwork and hands out these cassettes. He was institutionalized when he thought he was possessed by the devil and diagnosed with manic-depressive psychosis and his songs are incredible. His story is unbelievable, particularly the part about going flying with his pilot father, removing the keys from the ignition while airborne, and tossing them out the window. Guess what happened? I’ll give you a hit—it rhymes with ‘clane prash.’ See it to remind you of the overlap of genius and insanity.

2. Gimmie Shelter (1970)

I went to a Rolling Stones concert when I was in 9th grade. My friend’s dad took us. He knew all of the songs. I thought it was one of the lamest things ever. It wasn’t until college that I appreciated The Stones and realized that back in the day, they were just fucking awesome, and really set the stage for every band that followed. Watching Gimmie Shelter helped me reach this understanding. Watch it to see the result of one of the biggest fails in concert history: agreeing to let the Hells Angels run security. Lets just say things got ‘stabby.’

1. Don’t Look Back (1967)

Filmmaker D. A. Pennebaker is one of the most influential documentarians of all time. He established a style that is still used to this day. He avoided structured interviews and captured intimate moments using handheld camera work while maintaining a fly-on-the-wall presence. As commonplace as it is today, it was a big deal when he followed Bob Dylan around for his 1965 tour in England. Although it doesn’t have the flash of other docs on this list, it takes the number one spot for being THE original. Watch it to appreciate the genera just a little more.

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February 13, 2009 Posted by | Rolling Stones, The Band, Tom Petty, _BOB DYLAN, _CINEMA, _MUSIC | 8 Comments

The Ballad of Ron Wood and the Roosky Teenage hotty

Ekaterina’s hobbies include taking the dog, and the Grandpa, for a walk

Poor Woody seems to be kinda broke, what with teenage entanglements with Roosky’s called Ekaterina Ivanova and divorce settlements to an irate wife and all!

Woody ‘s even resurrected the Faces. He’s also written new music with Rod Stewart! The horror!

This is one reason we don’t run off with teenage Russian hotties! Well, that and the fact we can’t find any!!

“I love Grandpa Ronnie”

When Ron Wood told Bill Wyman, former Stones child wedder and bassist, that he had a new piece on the side, a 19 year old Roosky hotty with a hell of a lot of syllables in her name, Wyman asked “why do you always go for the old chicks?” !!

” Stop staring at me like that, Wyman ! “

An interviewer recently asked young Ekaterina Ivanova “what attracted you to filthy-rich multi-millionaire Ron Wood“!!

Young Ekaterina Ivanova looked pensive for a few moments and then replied “I always wondered what the phrase ‘rhetorical question’ meant. Until now.

For a long time, Ron had felt his wife was like a monkey on his back


Ron really does believe that adage “out with the old”! This, despite the fact that he’s 97 years old, himself!

Anyway, news arrives that the Rolling Stones are still alive! What a shocker! And there may be a new tour! Wonderful news for wheelchair manufacturers!

Read more below!


The Rolling Stones are reportedly putting plans in place for a 2009 tour – after guitarist Ronnie Wood’s hopes of reuniting The Faces fell through.

Wood was eager to get the seventies band back together, telling Rolling Stone magazine that he and former frontman Rod Stewart were working on new material and talking about a series of concert dates later this year.

But Stewart dismissed the comeback reports, with his representative saying, “There are no plans for a Faces reunion tour this year.”

And now Wood has persuaded his Rolling Stones bandmates to consider taking to the road on a global jaunt – their first since 2006’s A Bigger Bang tour – according to the Daily Express.

A source tells the publication, “Now that the Faces reunion seems to be off, Ronnie is free to perform with the Stones. There is this offer for a U.S. tour on the table. It’s a good offer.”

However, it is alleged Wood is eyeing a Rolling Stones tour because he is desperate to earn more cash to cover his impending divorce from estranged wife Jo.

The insider adds, “Keith (Richards) is particularly close to Ronnie and told him it would be a great way of getting back on his feet, both personally and financially, after all that’s happened over the past several months.”

Wood left his wife of 23-years in 2008 after his affair with 20-year-old Ekaterina Ivanova was exposed. He subsequently moved out of the family home and has offered Jo a reported £3 million-a-year divorce deal.

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February 5, 2009 Posted by | Ekaterina Ivanova, Rolling Stones, Ron Wood, _ARTICLE, _BABE, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Al Kooper: A lot like a Rolling Stone

Interesting piece on Al Kooper, who’s been involved in some of the great music moments of recent times, none moreso than his seminal contribution to what Rolling Stone magazine voted The Greatest Single of All Time, Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone.”

Al’s memoir, the wonderfully titled “Backstage Passes and Backstabbing Bastards,” was reissued in an updated edition in 2008. If anyone wants to send us this mighty interesting tome, please feel free to contact us!!

Al Kooper: a lot like a Rolling Stone

from latimesblogs.latimes.com

Al Kooper’s memoir, “Backstage Passes and Backstabbing Bastards,” was reissued in an updated edition in 2008; the Zelig of the music world was on hand last night at Book Soup to take questions about his undeniable musical talent and his propensity for being in the right places at the right (and sometimes the very wrong) times.

But first: the story about the organ.

In 1965, the 21 year-old Kooper found himself at the recording session for Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone.” A number of session men had already been called in, but Kooper, a young Tin Pan Alley songwriter and no session stranger himself, was on the wrong side of the soundproof wall. Producer Tom Wilson invited Kooper to come watch the recordings, but that was it.

When, after running the song a couple of times, Dylan decided that the organ part would be more suited for piano, Kooper saw his chance and jumped in — even though he didn’t know how to turn the organ on.

The rest is history, or perhaps an eighth note behind history, because Kooper’s tentative organ melody came to be known — hilariously, to both him and Dylan — as the defining signature of Dylan’s new rock ‘n’ roll sound.

Kooper, attired in sunglasses and a swank black jacket, informed the audience that he’d lost 2/3 of his sight, so he would take questions in lieu of reading.

When someone in the audience asked where he got the guts to just hop on to an instrument he didn’t know how to play, Kooper offered, “I didn’t think of it as guts. I thought of it as ambition.”

Kooper’s book tells the ins and outs of his 51-year career in music. Always winking and never self-important, he talks about forming the supergroup Blood Sweat & Tears, only to be summarily kicked out. One night, he saw a promising young band from Atlanta and signed them to MCA, with the only catch being that they’d have to change the spelling of their name to Lynyrd Skynyrd.

In 1980, Kooper faced the mordant task of having to produce a George Harrison session the morning after John Lennon had been shot in New York city. Harrison, who Kooper describes as “visibly shaken,” nonetheless made a full day’s work out of it.

What it was like to play on the Rolling Stones’ “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” and more, after the jump.

Kooper spoke about playing on the Rolling Stones’ “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.” He was supposed to have been on vacation when he got cornered on London’s High Street by a very enthusiastic Brian Jones. Kooper caved.

“After we were done recording it,” Kooper said, “they pulled up these two trucks full of food. It was like someone was getting married. I was very impressed. I had dinner and dessert.”

Asked about his feelings on the record industry’s current state, Kooper replied, “It’s dying, and I’m enjoying watching it die. I hope that I live long enough to attend each and every record company’s funeral.”

His “staff employee” status at Sony Records kept Kooper from making millions of dollars in producer’s royalties. This same loophole also bilked George Martin — the man who produced the Beatles but never saw a dime from it. “You’d think the Beatles would have thrown him something. Maybe they did. It must have been very quiet.”

The most interesting story of the night was how, at 12 years old, Kooper met an older boy at summer camp who told him that he should put down the ukulele he’d been strumming and pick up a guitar. “A guitar is much hipper than a ukulele,” the boy informed him. Kooper learned the guitar fast (“It’s only got two more strings.”) and the two became friends.

The older kid, whose name was Danny Schactman, eventually took an eighth-grade Kooper to a meeting with his musical manager. Yes, his manager. And that was how Kooper soon found himself a new member of the band The Royal Teens. You might have heard their big hit. It was called “Short Shorts.”

Of course, as Kooper pointed out, this story, like all the others, “is in the book.”

For more on Kooper, check out his 2004 interview on “Fresh Air”, and his website, which includes diary postings “South By Southwest Jr. A Slight Return” and “Jagged Little Brill.” It’s good stuff.

— George Ducker

Photo: Al Kooper at Book Soup. Credit: George Ducker.

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January 21, 2009 Posted by | Al Kooper, Rolling Stones, _BOB DYLAN, _LITERATURE, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Angie, you’re goddang beautiful !

Angie, you’re beautiful,
but ain’t it time we said good-bye?
Angie, I still love you,
remember all those nights we cried?

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January 7, 2009 Posted by | Angela Merkel, GW Bush, Rolling Stones, _CARTOON | Leave a comment

The 100 Worst Album Covers Ever ! The HORROR!


Capt. Kurtz:
…. I’ve seen horrors… horrors that you’ve seen. But you have no right to call me a murderer. You have a right to kill me. You have a right to do that… but you have no right to judge me. It’s impossible for words to describe what is necessary to those who do not know what horror means. Horror. Horror has a face… and you must make a friend of horror. Horror and moral terror are your friends. If they are not then they are enemies to be feared. They are truly enemies. I remember when I was with Special Forces. Seems a thousand centuries ago. We went into a camp to inoculate the children. We left the camp after we had inoculated the children for Polio, and this old man came running after us and he was crying. He couldn’t see. We went back there and they had come and hacked off every inoculated arm. There they were in a pile. A pile of little arms. And I remember… I… I… I cried. I wept like some grandmother. I wanted to tear my teeth out. I didn’t know what I wanted to do. And I want to remember it. I never want to forget it. I never want to forget. And then I realized… like I was shot… like I was shot with a diamond… a diamond bullet right through my forehead. And I thought: My God… the genius of that. The genius. The will to do that. Perfect, genuine, complete, crystalline, pure. And then I realized they were stronger than we. Because they could stand that these were not monsters. These were men… trained cadres. These men who fought with their hearts, who had families, who had children, who were filled with love… but they had the strength… the strength… to do that. If I had ten divisions of those men our troubles here would be over very quickly. You have to have men who are moral… and at the same time who are able to utilize their primordial instincts to kill without feeling… without passion… without judgment… without judgment. Because it’s judgment that defeats us …….

… The horror… the HORROR …



Man, there are some real horrors in here! More than Capt. Kurtz could envisage in his wildest nightmares!

Most of ’em are from the likes of Prince, the Bee Gees and Scorpions! And the Rolling Stones!

An interesting listing, no doubt. However, there are at least one hundred other potential candidates!



Thanks to djlanda at rateyourmusic

100

Throwin' Down

Rick James

Throwin’ Down (1982)

Most of the worst album covers in rock history feature people dressed like Conan the Barbarian! Here’s a prime example!

99

Ho Ho Ho

RuPaul

Ho Ho Ho (1997)

Ho indeed! Man Ho!

In celebration of lil baby Jesus‘s birth, Rupaul did this.

Only Eddie Murphy bought this LP!

98

Dirty Mind

Prince

Dirty Mind (1980)

With his second album, Prince expanded his fan base to gay cowboys, kinky swimmers and casual fetishists. And Born-Again Preachers!

97

Born Again

Black Sabbath

Born Again (1983)

A collection of Born-Again hymnals!

Based on St. Rosemary and her lovely baby !

96

Reaching Out

Menudo –Reaching Out (1984)

This has put me off my lunch! MENUDO!?! WTF! We shall say no more! Except this … don’t reach out in this direction menudo, or you’ll be visiting ER!

95

Dead Ringer

Meat Loaf –Dead Ringer (1981)

On the epic quest of a lifetime, a band of ancient adventurers cross the darkest oceans, slay the fiercest beasts and scale the highest mountains… in search of the fabled gigantic cheeseburger.

We can’t wait til Mr. Meat releases an autobiographical LP titled “Dead Singer”!

94

In the Nude

Luke –In the Nude (1993)

Is that Jaque from “227”?

This guy Luke useta write a lot of Gospels back in the day! Seems to have lost his way with hos and drugs and bathtubs now though!

93

We're Blest

Tammy Faye Bakker

We’re Blest (1979)

It’s OK – Jesus wore sable furs and earned loadsa cash on false pretences too!

We’re curst to have even seen this, let alone listen to the shit!

God ain’t real, bitch! But education is! Learn to fucking spell!

92

We've Come for You All

Anthrax –We’ve Come for You All (2003)

For once a band name that accurately describes the effect of the noise they make!

Morons, if your country is currently in fear of an attack from biological weapons don’t release shit like this. BTW, change your name to “Pile of Puke”.

91

Speak of the Devil

Ozzy Osbourne

Speak of the Devil (1982)

Ozzy: “Me loves doves. Them taste fookin good, mate! ….. Oooh! Me feelin dizzy! Take me back to the Old Folks Home, will ya love”

90

If I Could Only Remember My Name


David Crosby –If I Could Only Remember My Name (1971)

This cover is beautiful in the way that drug-induced brain hemorrhages are beautiful. Real title was “If only I Could Write a Decent Song”

89

Ladies Love Outlaws

Waylon Jennings

Ladies Love Outlaws (1972)

Is this cute? Or is this illegal? Yap, illegal – in every state except Texas!

Ladies may love Outlaws, but ladies ain’t too fond of Paedos!!

88

Country Church

Country Church

Country Church

Four more reasons to nuke the redneck heartland! This is what too much inbreeding can lead to! All Sarah Palin fans, of course!

87

Barry & Glodean

Barry & Glodean –Barry & Glodean (1981)

Barry: “Look, baby… an alien spacecraft, man.”

Glodean: “It’s the motherFUCKIN’ ship, baby!”

Barry: “Mmmmm. I’m gonna lay it down by the fire, man.”

Glodean: “Awwwwwww yeeeeeeah…”

Barry: “Today was one sure fine day, baby!”

Glodean: “Awwwwwww yeeeeeeah…”



86

Hung for the Holidays

William Hung

Hung for the Holidays (2004)

In celebration of lil baby Jesus‘s birth, William Hung did this.

Willy should Be hung!

85

Pussy

Lords of Acid –Pussy (1998) [Single]

Man, that looks worse than Madonna’s rancid holy of holies!

Go see your gynaecologist now honey! HURRY!
HURRY!

84

The Higher They Climb, The Harder They Fall


David Cassidy –The Higher They Climb, The Harder They Fall (1975)

The higher they climb, the harder they fall? That’s a real good lesson from David – truly one of rock’s real anti-heroes. Just like Robbie Williams or Avril Lavigne!

We hope Davie climbs real high and falls real hard … real soon!

83

Animal Magnetism

Scorpions

Animal Magnetism (1980)

Mary deep-throats like a champ. Fido loves to lick peanut butter and has false teeth. Which to choose? Which to choose? OK then – I’ll take em both!!

82

Sexuality

Prince –Sexuality (1982) [Single]

Someone should tell Carly Simon she’s got something on her lip. Lil P. was obviously living in San Francisco round 82 and “experimenting”!!

81

Lovehunter

Whitesnake –Lovehunter (1979)

On January 3rd, 1979, at 3:25 PM, Whitesnake unanimously decide that their music is best represented by the image of a nude woman dry humping a snake. Well that or a steaming pile of rancid puke!

80

Liberace Now!

Liberace

Liberace Now! (1967)

Liberace now! Tomorrow… the world!

Original title was “Liberace NEVER”!

79

Brown Reason to Live



Butthole Surfers

Brown Reason to Live (1983) [EP]

All we can say is that this isn’t the worst Butthole Surfers album on this list.

78

The Very Best of Ashford & Simpson

Ashford & Simpson –The Very Best of Ashford & Simpson (2002) [Compilation]

They look real happy! Tell me they’re not doing it doggystyle!

“C”mon Ash, do me harder! And spank that big ass!”

77

Bad Boys

Wham! –Bad Boys (1983) [Single]

They look like real bad boys alright!

Tell me they’re not doing it doggystyle!


“C”mon Georgie, do me harder! And spank that big ass!”




76

The Rolling Stones in Concert


The Rolling Stones –‘Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out!’: The Rolling Stones in Concert (1970)

This is amongst the greatest live albums ever. So why does the donkey look so embarrassed? Guess he’s the only one not insanely high on drugs!

75

Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water


Limp Bizkit –Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water (2000)

This album’s title contains euphemisms for penis, sperm and asshole. The cover features pot-smoking aliens wallowing in a pool of porcine meat products. And the music was even worse. Thank you, lame Bizkit!

74

Fabio After Dark

Fabio –Fabio After Dark (1993)

Yes, ladies. When he’s not striking a pose on the cover of a wonderful romance novel, Fabio is striking a pose at the bottom of a wonderful bargain bin!

73

Saxon

Saxon

Saxon (1979)

A Stevie Wonder drawing of Conan the Barbarian! The heavy rawk muzak was far far worse though!

72

Live It Up


Crosby, Stills & Nash

Live It Up (1990)

Impaled sausages in space! Erm … OK!

Having curtailed their rampant drug use for 2 minutes, C S & N once conceded, “It seemed like a good idea at the time. Kind of!”

71

One Woman Man

George Jones

One Woman Man (1989)

Only one woman? Surely you jest! Don’t limit yourself buddy – after all, you are God’s one gift to humanity!

70

The Dwarves Must Die


Dwarves –The Dwarves Must Die (2004)

With their latest affront to humanity, The Dwarves manage to insult women, Christians, little people and the time-honoured art of crucifixion! They also manage to irrevocably damage numerous ear drums and brains! Nice work!

69

Smile a While


Brainstorm

Smile a While (1972)

Four more reasons to nuke Germany! Whose brainstorm was this cross dressing debacle? Eddie Murphy?

68

Jungle Marmalade

The Lemon Pipers

Jungle Marmalade (1968)

Now with 20 percent more human flesh! Still shit though!

67

Love's Alright


Eddie Murphy

Love’s Alright (1993)

What the hell’s this? The full title was Love with a Tranny’s Alright!

66

Lovedrive

Scorpions –Lovedrive (1979)

How did that guy get the mannequin out of the store? Isn’t this illegal (everywhere except Texas!)?

65

Young Americans


David Bowie –Young Americans (1975)

Photographer: “Welcome to Glamour Shots.”

Bowie: “I want to look American. And young!”

Photographer: “Ah, if only I had some tinsel!”

Bowie: “Bugger the tinsel.”

Photographer: “OK. Backlight, airbrush, bracelet, spliff, no teeth. Perfect David! Simply Perfect! You look real American now! And real young!”

Bowie: “Really, man? Really?

Photographer: “Yap”




64

My Name Is Jermaine

Jermaine Jackson

My Name Is Jermaine (1976)

The end of the sentence was “and I’m a muzakaholic”!

This might be music’s most blatant cry for attention. And
music’s most awful crime against humanity!



63

I'm Still Here

Eartha Kitt –I’m Still Here (1989)

Yeah … and you’re still frightening the children!

Does this LP now need to be renamed?

62

Julie's Sixteenth Birthday

John Bult

Julie’s Sixteenth Birthday (1985)

Oh, hell no! That shit is definitely illegal (in every State except Texas! – Or in R. Kelly’s condo! (allegedly!))

61

Dream Come True

A Flock of Seagulls

Dream Come True (1986)

More like Nightmare Come True!

…..
Flock of Seagulls…. Arm with fiddles …. ATTACK!



60

Keys to Imagination


Yanni –Keys to Imagination (1986)

Waterfalls? Check! Lofty mountains? Check! Majesty of the universe? Check! Inane pseudo-spiritual visual concepts? Check! Giant broken egg? Check! Eat your druggy watercolors, Moody Blues!

59

Up at the Crack


Boned –Up at the Crack (2004)

Could this be the height of poodle rock “machismo”? Well, considering the only logical hiding place for the REST of the guitar… we’d say Boned didn’t think this one through!

Boned is Bono’s son, BTW! And he likes to be boned up the crack!

58

The Fabulous Paul Anka


Paul Anka

The Fabulous Paul Anka (1959)

It’s Paul Anka’s disembodied head! His freakin’ head!

The inclusion of the word “Fabulous” here is very false advertising!

57

Love to Love You Baby


Donna Summer

Love to Love You Baby (1975)

Donna Summer always found inspiration while playing with herself in outer space! She’s singing that song to her own holy of the holies!

56

Zipper Catches Skin

Alice Cooper –Zipper Catches Skin (1982)

It’s a splash of blood…. from a zipper… on skin. EWWWW!

We got a bleeder! A
Bleeder!

55

Songs for Gay Dogs


Paddy Roberts –Songs for Gay Dogs (1966)

This is beyond insanity!

Wolfgang Pug licked his share of peanut butter to get this modelling gig. But playing “bury the bone” with Paddy was a low point in his career! They both soon after died in a tragic carpet suffocation accident!

54

Funky As I Wanna Be

MC Pooh –Funky As I Wanna Be (1992)

Pooh: “Oh, bother. No honey in here.”

The muzak was poo poo too!

Does that model know she’s got a giant head growing out of her privates! See your gynaecologist fast, honey!

53

In a Metal Mood - No More Mr. Nice Guy


Pat Boone –In a Metal Mood – No More Mr. Nice Guy (1997)

With leather on his chest and a lunatic twinkle in his eye, Pat turned the metal world upside down with his raucous brand of bland crooning with poodle rock accompaniment. Who’s your daddy indeed! This inspired Guns & Roses to reform last year! They couldn’t reach the heights of this work though!

52

E.S.P. (Extra Sexual Persuasion)

Millie Jackson –E.S.P. (Extra Sexual Persuasion) (1983)

Surprisingly, this is Mad Mill’s her first appearance on this list! But wait until you see her top-20 entry!

Here Millie does her best blow up doll imitation! The muzak was written by a
blow up doll also!



51

Children of the World

Bee Gees –Children of the World (1976)

Is this some tribute to paedophilia?!

Barry: “A Spotlight! We’ve been found out!”

Robin: “Now we’ll never get the children!”

Maurice: “Quick! To the Disco Jet!”

Barry: “We’ll be back, bitches!”

50

Bubbling Over


Dolly Parton –Bubbling Over (1973)

Dolly Parton’s disembodied head! Nice! We believe the head appears as a float in the Dollywood Night Parade. Original title was “Tumbling Over”, in honour of her 30 lbs of silly cone!

49

Push Push

Herbie Mann – Push Push (1971)

No! No!! … I remember this guy from ‘Deliverance’!

“Squeal like a pig, boy!!”

48

Tiny Tim's Christmas Album

Tiny Tim –Tiny Tim’s Christmas Album (1995)

In celebration of lil baby Jesus’s birth, Tiny Tim did this! It’s GW Bush’s fave LP!

47

Keep the Fire

Kenny Loggins

Keep the Fire (1979)

Kenny denies having a Jesus complex! His music is satanic, after all!

46

The Many Facets of Roger

Roger –The Many Facets of Roger (1981)

Contrary to popular belief (and some vigorous marketing), Roger only had one facet. Well, zero facet, actually!

45

Feel the Need

Leif Garrett

Feel the Need (1978)

LEIF us the fuck alone will you, buddy!

Before Knight Rider, before Joey Lawrence, before good taste, there was this asshole, Leif Garrett.

BTW, this guy discovered America years before Columbus! Then he tried to pollute it with muzak!

44

The Sensuous Black Woman Meets the Sensuous Black Man

Various Artists – Genres – Adult

The Sensuous Black Woman Meets the Sensuous Black Man (1971)

Surely false advertising here! We don’t want to know what the fuck this one’s about!

Let’s move on, shall we and never speak of this again!

43

American Life

Madonna –American Life (2003)

American life? Hasn’t this mad bitch been living in Britland for about 10 years?!

Communist-issued beret? Check! Smugly ironic album title? Check! Absurd use of Che Guevera’s legendary political struggle against capitalism to promote America’s most famous three-way lesbian kiss? Check! Crazy Kabbalah in tow?
Check! Finish your chai latte, bitches, mad Madonna’s leading the charge!!

42

The Leprechaun

Chick Corea –The Leprechaun (1976)

Looking back on it, Chick realized that LSD wasn’t for everyone.

Chick now admits he doesn’t even know where the fuck Ireland is!

41

Saved

Bob Dylan –Saved (1980)

God: “Bob, I free you from the chains of subtlety for a year or two.”

Bob: “Thank you, Lord. How about irony?”

God: “Yes, Bob. Irony, too.”

Bob: “And the great songs and great lyrics”

God: “Yap. That most of all!”

40

Beastiality

The Handsome Beasts

Beastiality (1981)

Despite the great lighting Oprah’s husband just wasn’t happy with her wedding photo!

This is illegal in every State (except Texas!)

Squeal like a pig … erm, pig !!

39

Da Bomb


Kris Kross – Da Bomb (1993)

In trying to avoid the sophomore jinx, it’s probably best not to title your second album “Da Bomb” or use cover art that shows the annihilation of the artist. Or maybe they were real prophets foretelling their own doom into speedy oblivion!

38

A-Tom-ic Jones

Tom Jones A-Tom-ic Jones (1966)

What an awful title!. What an awful cover!

Atomic? We like this about as much as the Polynesians liked the Frenchies detonating test Atomic bombs in their waters some years back!

37

Magical Mystery Tour


The Beatles –Magical Mystery Tour (1967)

Ringo: “Octopus. Bunny. Walrus. Chipmunk.”

Paul: “Hey, I think Ringo’s got something!”

George: “Bloody
Brilliant Ringo! You’re a fooking genius”

John: “! Let’s make a
fooking movie!”

All: “Hurrah … Hurrah!! First let’s have some nice afternoon tea with crumpets …. and a few
nice colourful pills!

36

Joyce

Joyce Drake – Joyce (1983)

Joyce really thought she had talent. We blame Lilly Tomlin! Is this an LP of knitting instructions? Or maybe a tribute to James Joyce’s “Finnegan’s Wake!”?

35

The Miracle


Queen –The Miracle (1989)

Four more reasons to nuke Queen or Queen fans!

The Miracle is that anyone ever bought this crock or indeed any of Queen’s ghastly
fucking LPs!

34

Zip Zap Rap

Devastatin’ Dave

Zip Zap Rap (1986) [Single]

Oh, hell no. This guy’s been Devestatin’ corneas and ear drums everywhere!

33

Scream Dream

Ted Nugent –Scream Dream (1980)

Loin cloth? Check! Guitars for arms? Check! Long, unruly hair? Check! Uncontrollable redneck rage? Check! Padded cell patient look? Check! Your ass is grass, Cat Stevens.

32

Rat On!

Swamp Dogg

Rat On! (1971)

Poor Swamp Dogg… First crabs. Now this! This nasty behaviour with giant rats is illegal in all States (except Texas!)

31

Prince

Prince –Prince (1979)

Oh, HELL no! Scary on many levels! Almost as scary as the muzak!

30

Y Kant Tori Read

Y Kant Tori Read

Y Kant Tori Read (1988)

Y Kant Tori Read? … well, kos she’s a stoopid kunt who thinks she’s Head Hun Kate Bush!!

We all have skeletons in our closet. Tori’s was apparently dressed by a glamorous S&M pirate.

29

Kate Bush

Kate Bush –Kate Bush (1983) [EP]

The huns have arrived!

And here she is. The Head Hun. Attila’s daughter! Look out! She takes no prisoners! … Arrrrrrr!!!

First she takes out
Y Kant Tori Read with an axe to the head! Nice work Katey!

Nice hun boobies too!!

28

Satan Is Real


The Louvin Brothers

Satan Is Real (1959)

This is old-school, mofo gospel. The Louvin Brothers go medievel on Satan’s ghetto ass with a set of hardcore rhymes. Shiiiiiiit… The power of God compels you, bitches!

Can we sue em for fraudulently saying Satan is real?

27

His Hand in Mine

Elvis Presley –His Hand in Mine (1976)

If anyone can try to look both sexy and reflective while floating in the light of God, or maybe just the sun, it’s Elvis. Props to the design team for cropping out the two teenagers giving the King a blowjob outside the burger joint.

26

Disco Train

Donny Osmond

Disco Train (1976)

Very sadly, Donny survived!

Donny’ please try reshooting this wonderful pic soon! But this time with a much faster train! Much much faster!

25

Life in a Tin Can

Bee Gees –Life in a Tin Can (1973)

Awww… that’s precious! I hope there’s room in there for drug addiction and poor album sales and oblivion!

And giant fucking teeth!

24

Por primera vez

Tino –Por primera vez (1983) [Single]

Tino beat Ricky Martin to the punch. He also beat down Daisy Duke and stole her knickers. Que barbaridad, Tino!

23

Stay Hungry

Twisted Sister

Stay Hungry (1984)

Twisted Sister couldn’t take it anymore. And Tino looked really appetizing.

22

Whitney


Whitney Houston – Whitney (1987)

Photographer: “Welcome to Glamour Shots.”

Whitney: “You got some nose candy?”

Photographer: “Just call me Nabisco.”

Whitney: “Shoop-Shoop! Ready for my closeup! .. Crack is wack folks.
Crack is wack! (pass that pipe motherfucker .. puff, puff, puff … man that shit is good!)



21

Sour Cream & Other Delights

The Frivolous Five

Sour Cream & Other Delights (1966)

This lot take the “sex” out of Sextegenerian!

This is an LP Madonna and a few granny pals released last year!

20

Funky Honkey, Nasty Nigger

Richard & Willie

Funky Honkey, Nasty Nigger (1975)

If MLK and the Freedom Movement had a significant message and influence, both Richard and Willie missed it!

19

Raffi's Christmas Album

Raffi –Raffi’s Christmas Album (1983)

In celebration of lil baby Jesus‘s birth … Oh, just hide the children!

Santa prowling around in long johns is illegal in all States (except Texas!)

18

Party Music (Original Cover)

The Coup –Party Music (Original Cover) (2001)

This artwork defines good taste!

Yes, that’s the World Trade Center exploding. And this cover was pulled before it hit the shelves. And, no, it’s not as bad as the cover of Cool as Ice.

17

Cool as Ice

Various Artists – Film Soundtracks 1990-94

Cool as Ice (1991)

In music, as in life, your pants should not be the loudest thing for miles around … in this case, the loudest thing aside from the sound of a career crashing into a brick wall.

16

Thug Misses

Khia –Thug Misses (2002)

Khia wanted to start her career on the right knee … I mean foot! Khia was a lover of all things doggystyle and refused to ever walk upright!

15

Waking and Dreaming


Orleans –Waking and Dreaming (1976)

Dreaming? This is a fucking nightmare!

Straight out of San Fran in 76! “Group picture, everybody! Dear God, Chris, if I’ve told you once, I’ve told you a thousand times. Manscape! Manscape! Manscape!”



14

As Nasty as They Wanna Be

2 Live Crew –As Nasty as They Wanna Be (1989)

Nice shot of four asses – and four strippers!

R. Kelly and others were inspired by this album to engage in certain alleged notorious activities! Thank you, 2 Live Crew.

Me so naughty …

13

Michael Bolton

Michael Bolton

Michael Bolton (1983)

“Can’t… pout… much… longer. Hair… starting… to… hurt.”

A simply beautiful shot! One of the greatest pieces of art of the twentieth century! Well, maybe the
twentieth century BC!

12

Renaissance

Village People –Renaissance (1981)

The Renaissance was an age of enlightenment with unprecedented developments in thought, art, culture and science. The Village People made it pretty!

11

Electriclarryland

Butthole Surfers

Electriclarryland (1996)

What’s really frightening about this cover is that it ranks BELOW the next one.

10

Night Rocker

David Hasselhoff

Night Rocker (1985)

The Age of Hasselhoff begins. Gentlemen, wring out your panties.

This is still number one in Germany! “Ya vol!… We be lovin Herr Hasselhoff. Best thing since Adolf! Ya! Seig Heil!”

9

Into Glory Ride

Manowar –Into Glory Ride (1983)

A band of Conans!

Manowar don the Loincloths of Victory and ride into battle… into glory… into Kate Bush, who decapitates them with her Hun army.

8

Take Me Home

Cher –Take Me Home (1979)

Having declared war on Kate Bush, Cher single-handedly slaughters the Hun army and defiles the bodies of Manowar before deftly reapplying her fake tan and some new silicone.

Original title was “Take Me to the Old Folks Home“.

7

Past, Present and Future - Book I

Michael Jackson –HIStory: Past, Present and Future – Book I (1995)

Forget Kenny Loggins. Forget Yanni. This is the most pompous album cover in rock history.

Michael: “Bow down before me!”

McCauley: “But my knees still hurt!”

6

Two Virgins

John Lennon & Yoko Ono

Unfinished Music No. 1: Two Virgins (1968)

You could call this cover art a unique expression of freedom. But since the music is kinda shit, it’s just a REALLY bad decision.

5

Lie

Charles Manson –Lie (1970)

A lovely album of beautiful sensitive love songs!

Yap, love songs to carnage and to satan!

Charlie wanted to follow in Joan Baez’s footsteps. Luckily, Joan outran the psychotic fucker.

4

Back to the S..t!

Millie Jackson –Back to the S..t! (1990)

We told you she’d be back!

Here the mad bat gets scatty! Ewwwww!

Wrong on so many levels!

This stuff is illegal in all States (except Texas!)

3

Dirty Work

The Rolling Stones –Dirty Work (1986)

Embracing their new bright tasteless eighties look, the Stones take a joyride on South Beach and kill several Cuban drug lords. Later that day, Mick Jagger’s pants challenge Vanilla Ice’s pants to a scream-off.

The Stones later run off to be detectives in Miami with 5 black sidekicks!

2

Virgin Killer [original cover prohibited at RYM]


Scorpions –Virgin Killer [original cover prohibited at RYM] (1976)

Germany’s finest resurface again like turds that won’t sink!

All you need to know is that the uncensored version of this cover
appears to depict a nude prepubescent girl with what appears to be a flash of light emitting from her vagina! We can’t say anything else about this insanity!

This is illegal in all States (even Texas!)

1

Lovesexy

Prince

Lovesexy (1988)

Prince’s 20th entry on the list!

This is the uncensored
rubbish cover for this rubbish LP.

The cover’s simply horrific on every level! But, amazingly, the music was even worse!!





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Keith Richards by Patrick Demarchelier

Great shots of Keef from renowned lensman Patrick Demarchelier

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Beat Beat Beat at The BEEB – The Rolling Stones – 1963-65.

Beat Beat Beat at The BEEB – The Rolling Stones – 1963-65
This looks at the period 1963-65. A fascinating period in the what would be the evolution of the Stones from what Dylan called a “covers band” into one of the greatest groups of all time!

This 2-CD set comprises all available studio recordings from the BBC sessions during these years in chronological order.

The quality is very good to superb mono/stereo.

Tracklisting

CD 1:
1. Come On
2. Memphis Tennesee
3. Roll Over Beethoven
4. Ain’t That Loving You Baby
5. Don’t Lie To Me
6. Mona
7. Walking The Dog
8. Bye Bye Johnny
9. I Wanna Be Your Man
10. You Better Move On
11. Roll Over Beethoven
12. Beautiful Delilah
13. Route 66
14. Cops And Robbers
15. You Better Move On
16. Mona
17. Hi-Heel Sneakers
18. Little By Little
19. I Just Wanna Make Love To You
20. I’m Moving On
21. Not Fade Away
22. Walking The Dog
23. I Just Wanna Make Love To You
24. Beautiful Delilah
25. Hi-Heel Sneakers
26. Carol

CD2:
1. Meet Me At The Bottom
2. You Can Make It If You Try
3. Route 66
4. Confessin’ The Blues
5. Down The Road Apiece
6. It’s All Over Now
7. If You Need Me
8. Confessin’ The Blues
9. Carol
10. Mona
11. Around And Around
12. If You Need Me
13. I Can’t Be Satsfied
14. Crackin’ Up
15. 2120 South Michigan Avenue
16. Down The Road Apiece
17. interview
18. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
19. The Last Time
20. Mercy Mercy
21. Oh Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin’)
22. The Spider And The Fly
23. Satisfaction
24. Cry To Me
25. Fanny Mae

Here be Beat Beat Beat … Stones

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October 19, 2008 Posted by | Music_Blues, Music_ClassicRock, Rolling Stones, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Rolling Stones – Rolled Gold [2007]

The Rolling Stones – Rolled Gold [2007]

A wonderful Stones collection, remastered and re-released in 2007.

Just take a gander at the tracklist and the amazing tracks therein, from the earliest days and on up through the decades (about 8 decades now, I believe!)!

Most, if not all, the seminal Stones tracks are here.

A staggering 40 classic tracks in total. Yap, that’s 40 fucking tracks!

TRACKLISTING

Disc 1

01. Come On
02. I Wanna Be Your Man
03. Not Fade Away
04. Carol
05. Tell Me
06. It’s All Over Now
07. Little Red Rooster
08. Heart Of Stone
09. Time Is On My Side
10. The Last Time
11. Play With Fire
12. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
13. Get Off Of My Cloud
14. I’m Free
15. As Tears Go By
16. Lady Jane
17. Paint It Black
18. Mothers Little Helper
19. 19th Nervous Breakdown
20. Under My Thumb
21. Out Of Time
22. Yesterday’s Papers
23. Let’s Spend The Night Together
24. Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow?

Disc 2

01. Ruby Tuesday
02. Dandelion
03. She’s A Rainbow
04. We Love You
05. 2000 Light Years From Home
06. Jumpin’ Jack Flash
07. Street Fighting Man
08. Sympathy For The Devil
09. No Expectations
10. Let It Bleed
11. Midnight Rambler
12. Gimme Shelter
13. You Can’t Always Get What You Want
14. Brown Sugar
15. Honky Tonk Women
16. Wild Horses

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Mick Jagger – Solo Albums



A slew of solo Jagger.

A few decent tracks but nowhere near Stones standards.


She`s The Boss 1985

Primitive Cool 1987

Wandering Spirit 1993

Goddess In The Doorway 2001

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A Rolling Stones discography

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The Stones have an amazing and extensive back catalogue, and despite the odd dip, of consistently high quality too.

Second only to Dylan, in that respect.

Some amazing albums are posted here!

Rather oddly posted, I must say, by the original poster! But I’m sure you’ll work it out!

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24 A Bigger Bang, 2005
Virgin Records / EMI
ROK-ROL-RSTO-024*

23 Bridges to Babylon, 1997
Virgin Benelux B.V.
ROK-ROL-RSTO-023*

22 Stripped, 1995
Virgin Benelux B.V.
Directo. CD
ROK-ROL-RSTO-022*

21 Voodoo Lounge, 1994
Virgin
ROK-ROL-RSTO-021*

20 Steel Wheels, 1989
Virgin Benelux B.V.
ROK-ROL-RSTO-020*

18 Tattoo You, 1981
Virgin Benelux B.V.
ROK-ROL-RSTO-018*

16 Some Girls, 1978
Virgin Benelux B.V.
ROK-ROL-RSTO-016*

14 Black and Blue, 1976
Virgin
ROK-ROL-RSTO-014*

13 It’s Only Rock and Roll, 1974
Virgin Benelux B.V.
ROK-ROL-RSTO-013*

12 Goats Head Soup, 1973
Rolling Stones Records
ROK-ROL-RSTO-012*

11 Exile on Main Street, 1972
Virgin
ROK-ROL-RSTO-011*

10 Sticky Fingers, 1971
Virgin
ROK-ROL-RSTO-010*

9 Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out, 1970
ABKCO
ROK-ROL-RSTO-009*

8 Let It Bleed, 1969
The Decca Record Company Ltd
ROK-ROL-RSTO-008*

7 Beggar’s Banquet, 1968
The Decca Record Company Ltd
ROK-ROL-RSTO-007*

6 Their Satanic Majesties Request, 1967
The Decca Record Company Ltd
ROK-ROL-RSTO-006*

5 Between the Buttons, 1967
abkco Records, Inc.
ROK-ROL-RSTO-005*

4 Aftermath, 1966
The Decca Record Company Ltd
ROK-ROL-RSTO-004*

3 Out of Our Heads, 1965
Decca
ROK-ROL-RSTO-003* [ Letras ]

2 The Rolling Stones No. 2, 1965
Decca
ROK-ROL-RSTO-002*

1 UK Decca 1st LP, 1964
Decca
ROK-ROL-RSTO-001*

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Here she be:
Numbers as referenced to LPs above! (I think!)

num 24:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00002263

num 23:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00000866

num 22:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00000839

num 21:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00000870

num 20:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00000835

num 19:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00000838

num 18:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00000838

num 16:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00001558

num 14:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00000864

num 13:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00000891

num 12:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00000837

num 11:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00000833

num 10:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00000832

num 9:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00000901

num 8:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00000836

num 7:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00000834

num 6:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00000843

num 5:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00000876

num 4:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00000841

num 3:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00001602

num 2:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00001601

num 1:
http://www.audiokat.com/albums.asp?album=00001600

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September 20, 2008 Posted by | Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Music_ClassicRock, Rolling Stones, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Rolling Stones – BLACK BOX (4 CD Box Set)

The Rolling Stones – BLACK BOX (4 CD Box Set)
mp3/192kbps/376mb /covers included

A great Stones bootleg here!

Excellent detailed notes (not sure who there were compiled by, but thanks anyway!)on the individual tracks are included in the various tracklistings.

Tracklisting

CD-1 (70:10)

HEART OF STONE 2:49
The released version of the song in mono.

NOT FADE AWAY 1:49
An alternate take with a different harp track.

AND MR. SPECTOR AND MR. PITNEY CAME TOO 3:18
More or less the instrumental version of Andrews Blues. A.k.a. 1964 Blues Jam on some releases.

ANDREW’S BLUES 3:04
Vocal by…….Gene Pitney. He says thank you at 2:01 when Jagger mentions his name during his vocal piece of the song.

Supposedly, rare acetates of this song were made for members of the band with “Between The Buttons” like cartoons on the labels drawn by Charlie Watts!

DON’T LIE TO ME 2:05
The early 1964 studio (“Metamorphosis” version of the Chuck Berry song. Also covered live by the band on the BBC
in 1964, and Ft. Worth, TX 6/24/72.

HI HEELED SNEAKERS 2:59
The following five tracks (excluding Look What You’ve Done) originally surfaced on the early seventies release “Bright Lights Big City” (RS 541) on Trade Mark of Quality. There is an interesting story of how this first recording of rare acetates was made in the book “Bootleg: The Secret History Of The Other Recording Industry”, a.k.a “The Great White Wonders” in the UK by Clinton Heylin on page 87.

These songs were recorded at Chess Studios, Chicago, June, 1964.

STEWED AND KEEFED 4:12
This is the same “cleaned-up” (no acetate pops) version that first appeared on “Mad Shadows” on Scorpio (SC-91022) and “Bright Lights Big City” Anniversary Edition (TSP-CD-BLBC).

LOOK WHAT YOU’VE DONE 2:20
Jagger introduces the title of the song, but other than that it’s similar to the released album take.
A Muddy Waters song, recorded 6/64 at Chicago Chess Studios.

TELL ME BABY, HOW MANY MORE TIMES 1:57
A “Big” Bill Broonzy number.

DOWN IN THE BOTTOM 2:43
Exhumed for the 1995 European Tour. Written By Willie Dixon and also performed by early Stones inspiration
Howlin’ Wolf.

WE’RE WASTING TIME 2:53
From the non-US versions of “Metamorphosis” with a slightly longer intro and outro. This and the following four tracks were cut with a studio session band and/or the Oldham Orchestra. Recording session date: July-Sept., 1964.

Sort of a country feel to this, which didn’t surface on record until High and Dry on “Aftermath” in 1966.

HEAR IT 2:53
An instrumental track with Keith possibly on acoustic guitar and an Oldham orchestrated back-up arrangement.

Recording date: July-Sept., 1964.

SLEEPY CITY 3:05
A Jagger vocal demo from “Metamorphosis”. Recording date: July-Sept., 1964.

TRY A LITTLE HARDER 2:27
Another “Metamorphosis” track with count in. Recording date: Jul-Sep.,1964.

SOMETHINGS JUST STICK IN YOUR MIND 2:31
Again from non-US versions of “Metamorphosis”. A vocal demo recorded with session musicians.

AS TIME GOES BY 2:15
Alternate vocal/electric guitar take of As Tears Go By in best quality sound.

BLUE TURNS TO GREY 2:41
An Oldham orchestrated horn induced alternate that would have fit the standard set by the other early tracks found on “Metamorphosis”, but not part of that compilation. Recording date: Nov., 1963.

SATISFACTION 3:44
An instrumental version of the song that has been in circulation for some time, but this is the best quality.

LOOKING TIRED 2:15
Another of the original “Bright Lights Big City” tracks this time the recording source is
RCA Studios, LA, Sept., 1965. The guitar riff is lifted from Robert Johnson’s 32-20 Blues, which he lifted from a piano blues by Delta Bluesman Skip James called 20-20 Blues! The earliest Johnson influenced Stones song I have come across.

PAINT IT BLACK 2:22
An instrumental version of the song that has been in circulation for some time, but this is the best quality.

Recorded in March, 1966.

LADY JANE 3:10
The vocal is way in the back on this, but audible.

GET YOURSELF TOGETHER 3:10
The vocal version of this title in best quality. Out of place for a 1966 track. It might have worked on “Between The Buttons”.

HAVE YOU SEEN YOUR MOTHER BABY STANDING IN THE SHADOWS #1 2:31
Only the backing vocals are present.

HAVE YOU SEEN YOUR MOTHER BABY STANDING IN THE SHADOWS #2 2:32
An alternate take.

LET’S SPEND THE NIGHT TOGETHER 3:56
Noticeable “wow” on the tape source in a couple of places. Only the backing vocals are present.
Recorded in January, 1967.

The following eight songs through My Obsession are instrumentals in excellent quality that first surfaced on a CD titled “Karaoke” (VTCD YD 033) on the same label, and also included lyric sheets written in English and Japanese.

These are interesting tracks despite being instrumentals, because there is a great deal of production to be heard on these Pop efforts by a Rock ‘n Roll band.

CD-2 (73:51)

GET YOURSELF TOGETHER 3:38
This song a.k.a. Can’t Believe and I Can See It. Vocal version on CD-1.

LET’S SPEND THE NIGHT TOGETHER 3:49
Instrumental version.

ALL SOLD OUT 2:48
Instrumental version. Keith’s put a couple of pick slides on this that I hadn’t noticed before.

YESTERDAY’S PAPERS 3:10
Instrumental version.

RUBY TUESDAY 3:27
Instrumental with count in.

COMPLICATED 3:25
Instrumental version.

PLEASE GO HOME 3:20
Instrumental version.

MY OBSESSION 4:08
Instrumental version.

COSMIC CHRISTMAS 0:33
There is also a rare unauthorized 7″ of this song on green vinyl that has stereo/mono versions of just this track. Play it backwards and see what happens!

FAMILY 3:48
A droll song from ” Metamorphosis”.

DOWNTOWN LUCY 3:38
This is an alternate version without the annoying skip that has shown up on a number of recordings.

HAMBURGER TO GO 3:25
Best quality version with just a single subdued “pop” at 2:30. Also mistakenly referred to as “Stuck Out All Alone”, and labeled as “Give Me a Hamburger” on the original vinyl release titled “Trident Mixes” on K&S records (MCG/KS-072-A/B/C/D). The actual title of this song first surfaced in “The First Twenty Years”, 1981 by David Dalton on page 190 (sessionography by Tom Beach & James Karnback). Recorded at Olympic studios, Spring, 1968.

A Beggars Banquet session.

I’M A COUNTRY BOY 4:30
Another of the original “Trident Mixes” instrumental tracks. Recorded at Elektra, Hollywood, Nov.-Dec., 1971, during the mixing and dubbing of the “Exile” sessions.

MEMO FROM TURNER #1 2:49
Sounds like session man Jimmy Page is putting the violin bow to the Paisley Tele? “Metamorphosis” version of the song.

MEMO FROM TURNER #2 3:59
A great “intermediate” version. Somewhere between the “Metamorphosis” version, and the Ry Cooder “Performance” movie take. This is probably the Olympic, 1968 take. A groove track!

SISTER MORPHINE 5:26
Album version taken from an acetate mix down. Some surface noise.

STILL A FOOL 9:59
Mistakenly referred to as Two Trains on many occasions. This is the studio version of the Muddy Waters classic.

Distorted vocal maybe through a harp mic. Check out the Muddy Waters original on the MCA/Chess release “The Best Of Muddy Waters”, order no. CHD-31268. Two of the songs are recorded from vinyl, but these tracks represent the early roots of The Rolling Stones. Played live for the first time on the ’95 European Tour.

YOU GOT THE SILVER 2:50
The Jagger vocal version for the 176th time.First surfaced on the “Accidents Will Happen” 2LP in the early `80’s.

HIGHWAY CHILD 5:03
A.k.a. The Vulture. Recorded at Keith’s house at Redlands, July, 1968. A jam with Keith experimenting with chord changes. At one point it starts sounding like the old .38 Special song Hold On Loosely! Best sounding version.

CD-3 (67:01)

SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL 5:57
Compressed sound with “who..who’s” way down in the mix. There are also a few bars edited from Keith’s solo. Recorded at Olympic studios in June, 1968.

COUNTRY HONK 3:04

Missing the fiddle track and the familiar car horn. A transitional song that reveals the influences of the time.

Gram Parson’s turning Keith on to the soul of country music, and open tunings that were prevalent in the Country (Delta) Blues. Even the Rock version of the song reflects the impact of working with Ry Cooder during the “Let It Bleed” sessions, and Keith’s enduring preference for Open G tuning that followed. His earlier efforts with open tunings were in open D & E on songs such as Child Of The Moon, Street Fighting Man (studio), and Prodigal Son.

GIMME SHELTER 4:22
A different mix and vocal. Lot’s of bass in the opening bars of the song. Minus the Merry Clayton vocal.

Recorded at Olympic Studios in May-June, 1969.

LOVIN’ CUP 6:31
This could be the pre-Hyde Park studio version of the song. First surfaced on “Time Trip 1969-1973 Vol. 1” on Scorpio. Possibly from a May-June session at Olympic in 1969.

JIVING SISTER FANNY 3:14
Muffled sound with a different vocal take. Taylor burns it up.

HONKY TONK WOMAN 3:06
A studio version of the song containing the Paris verse that was only heard on early 70’s live versions of the song.

Also missing horn arrangements. Recorded at Olympic Studios in May-June, 1969.

ALL DOWN THE LINE (acoustic) 4:22
One of the great examples of how the band can evolve songs. Slow acoustic guitar version. First surfaced in the late
70’s, but this has excellent clarity and corrected speed. Recorded at Elektra studios in LA, Oct., 1969.
ALL DOWN THE LINE (electric) 3:47
This is not the 7″ single version of the song that usually shows-up on these recordings.
Different mix, and harp solo at 3:05. An Olympic Oct.-Nov., 1970 recording.

I DON’T KNOW THE REASON WHY 5:57
Not hard to guess why this hasn’t been released. A shorter version of the song.

I’M GOING DOWN 3:04
Last of the “Metamorphosis” songs. It’s the familiar guitar restart album version. Hard to say whether this is a production error or a retake by Keith.

YOU GOTTA MOVE 2:35
An alternate take of the Mississippi Fred McDowell classic. There is a lot of vocal reverb at the beginning, and the slide guitar goes into a “wah” effect at the end. A Muscle Shoals, Dec., 1969 recording. Part of the work at this studio is documented in the “Gimme Shelter” movie. Fred’s original version of “You Got To Move” is found on “Fred McDowell Vol. 2” on Arhoolie Records. Order no. F 1027.

BROWN SUGAR #1 3:43
The earliest known version. Some of the fundamental tracks are inherited by later takes. Muscle Shoals, Dec., 1969.

BROWN SUGAR #2 4:29
Starts-stops-restarts-stops-restarts. Sloppy production by the manufacturer of atake that is very similar to the album.

BITCH 2:24
This is the album version of the song that starts off with some subtle cymbal tapping just before the start,
and completely wipes out at 2:18 when the tape fouls-up.

GOOD TIME WOMAN 3:19
The well known first version of Tumbling Dice. An Olympic, Oct., 1970 recording.

SWAY 3:33
The 7″ single version. A different mix and take.

SCHOOLBOY BLUES 3:30
The infamous let’s make the last song we owe Decca a real good one! Recorded at Olympic in May, 1970.

The origins and inspiration are explained by Marshall Chess in the opening 10 minutes of the movie with the same title. Interestingly, the song was rehearsed at the Woodstock rehearsals in preparation of the 1978 US Tour.

Was Jagger reminded of this song by a copy of an unauthorized recording purchased while in New York? He commented on unauthorized recordings at some length in an interview from the early 70’s.

Found on the LP “Highway Bound” on Tofu records. There’s something on this box set for everyone.

First ever releases of some songs and best quality version of the older ones. Jagger isn’t too keen on the concept of retrospective box sets these days, so this is probably as good as it gets.

Black Box Disc 4 (Bonus Millenium Edition)

CONFESSIN’ THE BLUES
I’VE BEEN LOVING YOU TOO LONG (TO STOP NOW)
POISON IVY
FORTUNE TELLER
TIME IS ON MY SIDE
CON LE MIE LACRIME
DA DOO RON RON
WE LOVE YOU
DANDELION
19TH NERVOUS BREAKDOWN
YESTERDAYS PAPERS # 1
GIMME SHELTER # 2
SISTER MORPHINE # 1
BROWN SUGAR
WILD HORSES
SISTER MORPHINE
rare telephone call from Japan

Here be black box


http://rapidshare.com/files/113987333/dino1004.part1.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/113996282/dino1004.part2.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/114001097/dino1004.part3.rar

http://rapidshare.com/files/114005673/dino1004.part4.rar

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Darjeeling Limited Soundtrack (2007)


Darjeeling Limited Soundtrack (2007)
Released September 25, 2007
Genre Film Score / Rock / Classical
Length 55:48
Label ABKCO
Producer Wes Anderson and Randall Poster

We do like Wes Anderson’s films! We’ve posted a lot of his OST and other stuff before – including the DVD for this filmHERE!

He’s a genius at placing music within his works.

And here once more is another quirky, disjointed, excellent soundtrack from a Wes Anderson film. A wonderfully eclectic album!

A lot of Indian music here …. unsurprisingly!

Most of the album features film score music composed by great Bengali filmmaker Satyajit Ray and other artists from the cinema of India. The works include “Charu’s Theme”, from Ray’s acclaimed 1964 film, Charulata.

The album also features three songs by The Kinks, “Powerman”, “Strangers” and “This Time Tomorrow”, all from the 1970 album Lola versus Powerman and the Moneygoround, Part One,

The album also features “Play With Fire” by The Rolling Stones. This is actually the first Wes Anderson soundtrack album to feature a song by The Rolling Stones – since, although Bottle Rocket, Rushmore, and The Royal Tenenbaums all featured Rolling Stones songs, contractual reasons prevented the songs from appearing on the soundtrack albums!

Warning! There is one vile Peter Sarstedt track here!

The film is the first of Anderson’s not to feature music by Devo’s Mark Mothersbaugh.

Tracklisting

1. “Where Do You Go To (My Lovely)” (Peter Sarstedt) – 4:38
2. “Title Music” (Vilayat Khan) – 2:25
* From Satyajit Ray’s Jalsaghar
3. “This Time Tomorrow” (The Kinks) – 3:25
4. “Title Music” (Satyajit Ray) – 1:25
* From Satyajit Ray’s Teen Kanya
5. “Title Music” (Jyotitindra Moitra) – 1:37
* From Merchant Ivory’s The Householder
* Performed by Jyotitindra Moitra and Ali Akbar Khan
6. “Ruku Room” (Satyajit Ray) – 0:49
* From Satayajit Ray’s Joi Baba Felunath
7. “Charu’s Theme” (Satyajit Ray) – 1:01
* From Ray’s 1964 film, Charulata
8. “Title Music” (Shankar Jaikishan) – 2:33
* From Merchant Ivory’s Bombay Talkie
9. “Montage” (Satyajit Ray) – 1:15
* From Nityananda Datta’s Baksa Badal
10. “Prayer” (Jodphur Sikh Temple Congregation) – 1:07
11. “Farewell to Earnest” (Jyotitindra Moitra) – 1:59
* From Merchant Ivory’s The Householder
12. “The Deserted Ballroom” (Satyajit Ray) – 0:46
* From Merchant Ivory’s Shakespeare Wallah
13. “Suite Bergamasque: 3. Clair de Lune” (Claude Debussy) – 4:57
* Performed by Alexis Weissenberg
14. “Typewriter Tip, Tip Tip” (Shankar Jaikishan) – 4:37
* From Merchant Ivory’s Bombay Talkie
15. “Memorial” (Narlai Village Troubador) – 1:26
16. “Strangers” (The Kinks) – 3:20
17. “Praise Him” (Udaipur Convent School Nuns) – 0:43
18. “Symphony No. 7 in A (Op. 92): Allegro Con Brio” (Ludwig van Beethoven) – 6:48
* Performed by Fritz Reiner and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra
19. “Play With Fire” (The Rolling Stones) – 2:15
20. “Arrival in Benaras” (Vilayat Khan) – 1:44
* From Merchant Ivory’s The Guru
21. “Powerman” (The Kinks) – 4:19
22. “Les Champs-Élysées” (Joe Dassin) – 2:39

Here she be:

Darjeeling_Limited



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September 16, 2008 Posted by | Mark Mothersbaugh, Music_ClassicalModern, Music_ClassicRock, Music_OST, OTHER_CINEMA, Rolling Stones, Satyajit Ray, The Kinks, Various Artists, Wes Anderson, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Bob Dylan performs Brown Sugar by The Rolling Stones


Bob Dylan covering wonderful Stones track back in 15/11/2002 live in Philadelphia!

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The Beatles & The Rolling Stones – When Two Legends Collide [BOOTLEG]

The Beatles & The Rolling Stones – When Two Legends Collide [BOOTLEG]

Info inside RAR … plus CD covers! Apparently!

Tracklisting:

01.Sing This All Together
02.Citadel (instrumental)
03.Shades Of Orange
04.She’s A Rainbow
05.Ride On Baby
06.Too Many Cooks
07.That Place
08.Ain’t That Lovin You Baby
09.Through The Lonely Nights
10.Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
11.Look What You’ve Done
12.Meet Me In The Bottom
13.We’ve Got A Good Thing Going
14.We Love You

Here she be;

LINK

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September 10, 2008 Posted by | Music_ClassicRock, Rolling Stones, The Beatles, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Rolling Stones – 14 albums in Lossless (Flac+Cue+Log+Cover)

The Rolling Stones – 14 albums in Lossless (Flac+Cue+Log+Cover)
thanks to original poster/uploader

The Rolling Stones & Between The Buttons

Hidden:

Now/Out Of Our Heads

Hidden:

The Rolling Stones, Now!

Hidden:

Aftermath

Hidden:

Their Satanic Majesties Request

Hidden:

Flowers

Hidden:

Let It Bleed

Hidden:

Sticky Fingers

Hidden:

Exile On Main St.

Hidden:

It’s Only Rock’n’Roll

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Black And Blue

Hidden:

Goats Head Soup

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Some Girls

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Dirty Works

Hidden:

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Jagger introduces John Lennon, Keith Richards, Eric Clapton and Mitch Mitchel


Yer Blues, John … Yer Blues, John … Yer Blues, John !!
From the Stones infamous “The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus” film project back in 1968!

Mick Jagger shows why he never became a decent actor and with a terrible yankee accent interviews Lennon as the introduction of supergroup The Dirty Mac.

Lennon introduces himself as “Winston Leg-Thigh.” !

The entertaining banter between Jagger and Lennon illustrates their mutual friendship and admiration. Lennon was probably closer to the Stones at this point than he was to some of his Beatle chums!

The all-star Dirty Mac cast are;

  • John Lennon from the beatles
  • Keef Richards from the Rolling Stones
  • Eric Clapton from the then defunct Cream
  • Mitch Mitchell from The Jimi Hendrix Experience

John and The Dirty Mac then go on to perform the great song Yer Blues, from the Beatles greatest LP, the White Album.

The Yer Blues lyrics are excellent – kind of Flower-power meets Robert Johnson meets Sam Beckett meets Albert Camus! Interestingly, they are somewhat prophetic regarding the impending death of the Beatles (Even hate my rock ‘n’ roll … etc)

Also interesting is the explicit reference to “Ballad of a Thin Man” in the lyrics “I feel so suicidal, just like Dylan’s Mr. Jones”!

Some details about the show here from Business Wire

In 1968, The Rolling Stones and some of the top British rock acts of the day came together in London to film what would become a legendary show The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus.

The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus was originally conceived as a BBC TV special. The show was filmed before a live audience at Intertel VTR Services Limited TV studios in North London in 1968 but it never aired, remaining virtually unseen by the general public.

The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus centers on the original line up of the “World’s Greatest Rock and Roll Band” – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts (with Nicky Hopkins and Rocky Dijon) – who serve as both the show’s hosts and featured attraction, performing six Stones classics-to-be including “Jumping Jack Flash,” “Parachute Woman,” “No Expectations,” “You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” “Sympathy For The Devil” and “Salt of The Earth.”

The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus also includes full length musical performances by some of the biggest British bands of the era including The Who, Jethro Tull, Taj Mahal, Marianne Faithfull, Yoko Ono, and The Dirty Mac – a group that was the first musical context in which John Lennon performed before an audience outside The Beatles. The Dirty Mac was Eric Clapton (lead guitar), The Rolling Stones’ own Keith Richards (bass) and Mitch Mitchell of the Jimi Hendrix Experience (drums) with Lennon on guitar and vocals.

A mirthful conversation between Jagger and Lennon to introduce The Dirty Mac finds them referring to each other as “Winston” and “Michael” with Jagger affecting a convincingly flat American accent and Lennon referring to himself as “Winston Leg-Thigh.” The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus was directed by pioneering music video director Michael Lindsay-Hogg.

Yes I’m lonely wanna die
Yes I’m lonely wanna die
If I ain’t dead already
Ooh girl you know the reason why

In the morning wanna die
In the evening wanna die
If I ain’t dead already
Ooh girl you know the reason why

My mother was of the sky
My father was of the earth
But I am of the universe
And you know what it’s worth
I’m lonely wanna die
If I ain’t dead already
Ooh girl you know the reason why

The eagle picks my eye
The worm he licks my bone
I feel so suicidal
Just like Dylan’s Mr. Jones
Lonely wanna die
If I ain’t dead already
Ooh girl you know the reason why

Black cloud crossed my mind
Blue mist round my soul
Feel so suicidal
Even hate my rock ‘n’ roll
Wanna die yeah wanna die
If I ain’t dead already
Ooh girl you know the reason why

(Lennon/McCartney)

July 10, 2008 Posted by | Eric Clapton, John Lennon, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger, Mitch Mitchell, Music_ClassicRock, Rolling Stones, The Beatles, _MUSIC, _POETRY, _VIDEO | Leave a comment

The Rolling Stones: The Missing Jewels 1975 (Soundboard+Aud) FLAC

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The Rolling Stones: The Missing Jewels 1975 (Soundboard+Aud) FLAC

Label: Rattlesnake RS 025/26/27/28
4 CDs with soundboard and audience recordings from the T.O.T.A. 1975
!!! 1 song removed !!!

Source: silvers / EAC / flac

artwork included

Great stuff recorded on the Stones’ tour of the States in 1975.

Disc 1 – Detroit, Cobo Hall, July 28, 1975
soundboard

01. Honky Tonk Women
02. All Down The Line
03. If You Can’t Rock Me / Get Off Of My Cloud
04. Star Star
05. Gimme Shelter
06. Ain’t Too Proud To Beg
07. You Gotta Move
08. You Can’t Always Get What You Want
09. Happy
10. Tumbling Dice
11. It’s Only Rock’n’Roll
12. Introductions
13. Fingerprint File
14. Wild Horses

Disc 2 – Detroit, Cobo Hall, July 28, 1975 – soundboard
& NYC, MSG, June 26, 1975 – audience (*)

01. That’s Life
02. Outta Space
03. Brown Sugar
04. It’s Only Rock’n’Roll (*)
05. Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (*)
06. Fingerprint File (*)
07. Angie (*)
08. Brown Sugar (*)
09. Midnight Rambler (*)
10. Rip This Joint (*)
11. Street Fighting Man (*)
12. Jumpin’ Jack Flash

Disc 3 – Buffalo, Municipal Auditorium, June 15th, 1975
soundboard

01. Honky Tonk Women
02. All Down The Line
03. If You Can’t Rock Me / Get Off Of My Cloud
04. Star Star
05. Gimme Shelter
06. Ain’t Too Proud To Beg
07. You Gotta Move
08. You Can’t Always Get What You Want
09. Happy
10. Tumbling Dice
11. Luxury (1st half soundboard, 2nd half aud.recording)
12. Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (aud.recording)
13. Fingerprint File (aud.recording)

Disc 4 – different sources – aud.recordings, except (*) sbd.recordings

01. Newscast from May 1st, 1975
02. Brown Sugar (NYC, 5th Avenue – May 1st, 1975)
03. Rocks Off (Baton Rouge, DUnkirk Hall, June 1st, 1975, early show)
04. Dance Little Sister (Baton Rouge, DUnkirk Hall, June 1st, 1975, early show)
05. Sure The One You Need (Milwaukee, County Stadium, June 8th, 1975)
06. Lady Jane (NYC, MSG, June 24, 1975)
07. Fa Fa Fa The Sad Song (Buffalo, August 8th, 1975)
08. Wild Horses (NYC, MSG, June 27th, 1975)
09. Cherry Oh Baby (NYC, MSG, June 27th, 1975)
10. Sympathy For The Devil (NYC, MSG, June 27th, 1975)
11. Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Largo, July 2nd, 1975) (*)
12. It’s Only Rock’n’Roll (Largo, July 2nd, 1975) (*)
13. Luxury (Toronto, June 17th, 1975) (*)
[[14. Fingerprint File (Toronto, June 17th, 1975) (*) ]]

The poster says;

I had to remove track 14 of CD 4 – this version ended up (edited and overdubbed) on “Love You Live”.

The sound-quality is not perfect, maybe with the exception of disc 3 – Buffalo is nearly excellent.

If you like the 1975-tour and don’t have this set – go and grab it – it’s a gem!

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The Rolling Stones: Mobile 1972 (The Freezer Master)

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The Rolling Stones: Mobile 1972 (The Freezer Master) June 27, 1972
Mobile, AL
A Freezer Master (VG+ Audience)
Lineage: Uher 400 > Master Reels > First Gen Maxell-UD Cassettes >
JVC TD-W 209 > JVC XL-R5010 stand alone burner > Fuji audio CDR(0)> Memorex CDR >
EAC (level 6 > FLAC

This was recorded during the notoroius Stones American Tour 1972, often referred to as the S.T.P. Tour (for Stones Touring Party)!

This was a much-publicized and much-written-about concert tour of The United States and Canada in June and July 1972. The tour commenced on June 3 and concluded on July 26, 1972.

Noted rock critic Dave Marsh would later write that the tour was “part of rock and roll legend” and one of the “benchmarks of an era.”

The tour followed the release of the group’s album Exile on Main St. a few weeks earlier on 12 May.

But this was far more than a rock band’s typical promotional tour following the release of a new recording! Instead, it became a major pop cultural event of the time.

It came at the height of the Stones’ reputation as “The Greatest Rock ‘n’ Roll Band in the World“, and attention was focused on the group’s multi-edged visibility in popular consciousness: as purveyors of raw R&B carnal energy, and as the epitome of bohemian decadence, the band were seen as the opposite of the now-defunct, and relatively wholesome Beatles.

At the same time, singer Mick Jagger was by now a glamourous celebrity who had moved into the jet set of high society. These aspects were all intertwined, and so the tour attracted much attention from observers of both high culture and low culture.

Showing that the Stones’ bad boy reputation was not just marketing hyperbole and actually had some effect on their fan base, a fair amount of physical conflict surrounded the tour.

The aggro started with the first show of the tour, on 3 June in Vancouver, British Columbia, where 31 policemen were treated for injuries when more than 2,000 fans attempted to crash the Pacific Coliseum. In San Diego on 13 June there were 60 arrests and 15 injured during disturbances. In Tucson, Arizona on 14 June, an attempt by 300 youths to storm the gates led to police using tear gas.

Unable to secure a hotel to their standard in Chicago, the group decamped in Hugh Hefner’s Playboy Mansion, described by most sources as a four day orgy interrupted by the occasional performance! Fucking hell …. I wish I’d been there (I know a normal two year old kid – as I was then – really wouldn’t be able to do much with an army of drugged-up, booby blonde nymphos – but I would!)

Hefner, who did not attend any of the concerts out of what Greenfield described as “Manson paranoia”, did not permit film crews into the mansion during the Stones’ stay.

As the tour continued into July, so did the bedlam. There were 61 arrests in the large crowd at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. on the Fourth of July. On 13 July police had to block 2,000 ticketless fans from trying to gain access to the show in Detroit. On 17 July a visit to the Montreal Forum saw all sorts of trouble: a bomb blew up in the Stones’ equipment van, and replacement gear had to be flown in; then it was discovered that 3,000 forged tickets had been sold, causing a fan riot and a late start to the concert.

The next day, 18 July, was no better. The Stones’ entourage got into a fight with photographer Andie Dickerman in Rhode Island, and Jagger and Richards landed in jail, imperiling that night’s show at the Boston Garden. Boston Mayor Kevin White, fearful of a riot if the show were cancelled, had to intervene to bail them out; the show went on, albeit with another late start. Dickerman would later file a £22,230 lawsuit against the band.

The tour ended with three consecutive nights at New York’s Madison Square Garden, the first night of which saw 10 arrests and two policemen injured.

//upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/b/b7/Rstones3.jpg/165px-Rstones3.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.To a lesser extent, this pandemonium extended to the touring party as well!! The glamorous, jet-setting spouse Bianca Jagger often engaged in verbal fisticuffs with Anita Pallenberg, Keith Richards’ longtime companion.

Altamont continued to haunt the band from every visage; a process server attempted to serve Jagger with papers relating to a lawsuit stemming from the concert while on the tarmac in San Francisco. Due to a rumored bounty from the Hells Angels calling for Jagger to be assassinated, Richards carried a .38 caliber revolver during the tour.

Many of the Stones’ associates and collaborators did not survive the atmosphere of the tour. Marshall Chess, the band’s de facto manager and head of Rolling Stones Records, lapsed into heroin addiction and lost over thirty pounds; he continued to work for the Stones at a diminished rate before leaving and detoxing in 1977.

The rigours of the road exacerbated Nicky Hopkins’ frail health; he too would battle drug addiction before undergoing the Church of Scientology’s Purification Rundown several years later. Publicity coordinator Gary Stromberg, “one hundred percent fucked up” as per Greenfield’s account at the conclusion of the New York run, was left on a boat off Fire Island to clean up; a “thirty percent fucked up” Stromberg would replicate his duties for T.Rex’s first tour of America. Lighting director Chip Monck’s experimental projection system proved to be a convoluted mess and major embarrassment, decimating much of his reputation of being at the vanguard of the field.

No live album was released from the tour, although one was planned as far as having a front and back cover designed and studio touch-ups being made on several recorded tracks. Eventually, the album was shelved due to contractual disputes with Allen Klein.

Two films of the tour were produced. The concert film Ladies and Gentlemen – The Rolling Stones!, was never officially released on video or DVD. It only saw a limited theatrical release in 1974, although in the early 80s it was released in Australia on VHS by Video Classics.

Robert Frank’s (of Pull My Daisy fame) Cocksucker Blues is an unreleased cinema verite documentary depicting concert footage, interaction with Warhol & the Capote entourage, flagrant drug use, Jagger masturbating, and staged group sex.

Among the more placid scenes within the film was the sight of Richards and sideman Bobby Keys heaving a television set out the window from the tenth floor of a hotel.

As Jagger felt that the band would not be granted work visas in the future if the documentary was released, it was shelved. As per court order, the film can only be screened publicly in the United States if Frank or an agent acting on his behalf is present. Nevertheless, Cocksucker Blues has been widely bootlegged over the years.

Tour band

* Mick Jagger – vocals, harmonica
* Keith Richards – guitars, vocals
* Mick Taylor – guitars
* Bill Wyman – bass guitar
* Charlie Watts – drums

Additional musicians

* Ian Stewart – only as a road manager, not on stage
* Nicky Hopkins – piano
* Bobby Keys – saxophone
* Jim Price – horns

Tracklisting

1. Brown Sugar
2. Bitch
3. Rocks Off
4. Gimme Shelter
5. Happy
6. Tumblin’ Dice
7. Love In Vain
8. Sweet Virginia
9. You Can’t Always Get What You Want
10. All Down The Line
11. Midnight Rambler
12. Bye Bye Johnny
13. Rip This Joint
14. Jumpin’ Jack Flash
15. Street Fightin’ Man

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July 9, 2008 Posted by | Music_Bootleg, Music_ClassicRock, Rolling Stones, _MUSIC | Leave a comment