THE ROLLING STONES
1973 Tour Vol 1
Aired: September 29, 1974
Recorded 1973-09-09 London & 1973-10-17 Brussels 1st Show
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Thanks to The Accountant for this show.
KBFH Broadcast Master From The Joe Maloney Archive
Transferred and Presented by Krw_co
LINEAGE FM BROADCAST ANALOG MASTER>NAKAMICHI DR-1>CREATIVE SOUNDBLASTER X-FI HD MODEL #SB1240
WAV (24/48KHZ)>MAGIX AUDIO CLEANING LAB FOR TRACK MARKS WAV 24/48> TLH FLAC (LEVEL 8)
Mick Jagger lead vocals harmonica
Keith Richards guitar backing and lead vocals
Charlie Watts drums
Mick Taylor lead guitar backing vocals
Bill Wyman bass
Bobby Keys saxophone
Billy Preston keyboards backing vocals
Trevor Lawrence saxophone percussion
Steve Madaio trumpet trombone percussion
1 Brown Sugar -Brussels 1973-10-17 1st show
2 Happy -London 1973-09-09
3 Dancing With Mr. D -Brussels 1973-10-17 1st show
4 Angie -Brussels 1973-10-17 1st show
(Tape Pause Edit at 15:54)
5 You Can’t Always Get What You Want -Brussels 1973-10-17 1st show
6 Midnight Rambler -Brussels 1973-10-17 1st show
7 Rip This Joint -Brussels 1973-10-17 1st show
(Tape Flip Edit at 39:51)
8 Jumping Jack Flash -Brussels 1973-10-17 1st show
9 Street Fighting Man -London 1973-09-09
10 KBFH Outro
Note: Tracks were mixed by Mick Jagger and Phil Ramone
at A&R Recording, New York City, earlier in September 1974.
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7 thoughts on “The Rolling Stones – 1973 Tour, Vol. 1”
Thanks Mat! https://imgur.com/BBTegSa
As you can see that link works. And what art!!!
I found the artwork when I googled for The Stones 1973 Europe Tour. I just added the black side borders with the text. I think the artwork is very kewl too! You might see there is some tiny script above the top left corner of the art which may credit the artist but it wayyyy too tiny for me to read!
Hi! I downloaded this but I can’t make sense of the downloaded file. Is it a folder or a FLAC file?
Just add .zip to the end of the file name and your computer should recognize it as a zip file and then you should be able to unzip it and then you should see the folder that the FLAC files are in.
Does anyone else have any issues with File Factory, it says its overloaded? Thanks guys.