Repost Bonanza: The Rolling Stones – At the Beeb

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The Rolling Stones
“The Stones At The Beeb”
Live BBC Radio 1
November 30th, 1985
Live FM Broadcast
(Bootleg CD)
Between September 1963 and August 1965

Download: FLAC/MP3

Lineage : Live FM Radio Broadcast > TDK AD90 Cassette Tape > Magic Audio Cleaning Lab >
CD > EAC > Wave > Flac Frontend > Flac8

Saturday Club – recorded 23-9-63, broadcast 26-10-63
1. Come On
2. Memphis Tennessee
3. Roll Over Beethoven

Joe Loss Show – recorded 10-4-64, broadcast 9-5-64
4. Not Fade Away

Saturday Club – recorded 1-3-65, broadcast 6-3-65
5. Down The Road Apiece

Rhythm & Blues, Camden Theatre – recorded 19-3-64, broadcast 9-5-64
Introductions by Long John Baldry
6. Route 66
7. Cops And Robbers
8. You Better Move On
9. Mona

Saturday Club – recorded 1-3-65, broadcast 6-3-65
10. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
11. The Last Time

Yeh! Yeh! – recorded 20-8-65, broadcast 30-8-65
12. Mercy Mercy
13. Cry To Me
14. Fanny Mae
15. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction

Rhythm & Blues – recorded 8-10-64, broadcast 31-10-64
11. 2120 South Michigan Avenue

Artwork Included

Shadowman Original Notes:
Firstly, the sound quality of this show (and the 16 songs) are much better quality than heard on bootlegs such as
‘Got Satisfaction…If You Want!’, ‘Beat Beat Beat’ etc.

This is an hour long documentary taped by me from BBC Radio 1 on Saturday 30th November 1985 called ‘The Stones At The Beeb’.

It was a show presented by the DJ Andy Peebles and was part of a series of ‘At The Beeb’ The shows broadcast including The Beatles, David Bowie, Marc Bolan and Elton John.

It contains 16 complete songs (although the show fades out 2120 South Michigan Avenue) As well as interviews with Brian Jones and Mick Jagger from 1965 and 1985 interviews with Bill Wyman.

I believe the above recording/broadcast dates and show names are correct.

Alternatives are as follows:
~ Rhythm & Blues, Camden Theatre – recorded 19-3-64, broadcast 9-5-64
(This show is introduced by Long John Baldry as ‘Rhythm & Blues’
not ‘Blues In Rhythm’ as per Felix Aeppli’s website and various bootlegs)

~ Joe Loss Show – recorded 10-4-64, broadcast 9-5-64
(Felix Aeppli’s website says this is Recorded April 13, 1964;
originally broadcast in ‘Saturday Club’, April 18, 1964
but this ‘Stones At The Beeb’ show indicates it was on the ‘Joe Loss Show’)

~ Saturday Club – recorded 1-3-65, broadcast 6-3-65
(Felix Aeppli’s website calls this the “Top Gear” show
but 6 March 1965 was a Saturday and ‘Top Gear’ I believe was broadcast on a Thursday evening)

~ Yeh! Yeh! – recorded 20-8-65, broadcast 30-8-65
(some of this show was also broadcast on “Saturday Club” on September 18, 1965)

Because the cassette tape I originally recorded this on back in 1985 was a 90 minute tape it meant that after 45 minutes I had to turn over the tape to keep recording. Therefore I missed a few seconds of the 1965 interview between Tony Hall and Mick Jagger from the ‘Yeh! Yeh!’ show. So I have used those missing few seconds from another source.
Enjoy!

New Notes:
Thanks goes out to original uploader “Shadowman” for sharing this rare gem
with some really interesting interviews included as a bonus.
This bootleg CD was also available back in 1986 on a 2 LP vinyl bootleg titled “Stones At The Beep”.
Unlike other copies of this show – with this one “Shadowman” has provided us with the Whole One Hour Documentary including the Bill Wyman 1985 interviews and a couple of other interviews.

Much Respect “Shadowman” and appreciation for sharing this rare copy of The Stones At The Beeb 1985 with us. Original FFP, Original Wave File Report, EAC Log Files, New MD5, Original Art Work, Original Info File and new Rich Text Document with new notes included.

FreeMorrison March 11th, 2012

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One thought on “Repost Bonanza: The Rolling Stones – At the Beeb

  1. An official release of the BBC sessions will finally see the light of day in September with a book, CD and BBC documentary “The Rolling Stones: On Air in the Sixties”.

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