Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Various Artists – London, England (04/11/65) – The NME Poll Winner’s Concert

NME Poll Winners Concert - 1965

The N.M.E. Poll Winners’ Concert 1965
04/11/65
Wembley Stadium
London, England (04/11/65)
(bootleg CD)
Vigotone Industries (VG 166/167)
(Released 1998)

Download: FLAC/MP3

CD 1

The Moody Blues
Bo Didley
Go Now
Freddie And The Dreamers
Little Bitty Pretty One
A Little You
Georgie Fame And The Blue Flames
Yeh Yeh
Walking The Dog
The Seekers
I’ll Never Find Another You
A World Of Our Own
Herman’s Hermits
Wonderful World
Mrs. Brown You’ve Got A Lovely Daughter
The Ivy League And Division Two
Funny How Love Can Be
Sweet And Tender Romance
That’s Why I’m Crying
Sounds Incorporated
Time For You
In The Hall Of The Mountain King
Wayne Fontana And The Mindbenders
Game Of Love
Just A Little Bit Too Late
The Rolling Stones
Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
Pain In My Heart
Around And Around
Pain In My Heart
Cilla Black With Sounds Incorporated
Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
Going Out Of My Head
Total time: (73:49)

CD 2

Donovan
You’re Gonna Need Somebody On Your Band
Catch The Wind
Them
Here Comes The Night
Turn On Your Love Light
The Searchers
Bumble Bee
Let The Good Times Roll
Dusty Springfield with The Echoes
Dancing In The Street
Mockingbird
I Can’t Hear You
The Animals
Boom Boom
Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood
Talkin’ bout You
The Kinks
You Really Got Me
Tired Of Waiting For You
The Beatles
I Feel Fine
She’s A Woman
Baby’s In Black
Ticket To Ride
Lomg Tall Sally
Total time: (73:44)

Liner notes:
The New Musical Express, the British music weekly with the largest circulation, staged a series of concerts in the sixties featuring artists who topped their popularity polls. The concerts, known as ‘The Poll Winners’ Concerts’, were all held in Wembley. This two CD set documents the second to last Poll Winner Concert held on April 11, 1965 at Wembley Stadium. An edited version of this concert was screened on ABC TV and networked throughout the UK on April 18 of that year. This set was compiled from the soundtrack of the unedited master.

Notes from David Chance:
The back of the package says “The cream of British music as chosen by the readers of The New Musical Express presented in concert on April 11, 1965 at Wembley Stadium.”

The cover has a small photograph of The Beatles performing at this concert. The liner has stock photos of The Rolling Stones, Donovan, The Animals, The Kinks, and Them. This is the first appearance of a live recording by Them (their first BBC radio studio session was in March 1965 — see Bluesology, which would technically be the first “live” recordings, albeit from the studio…this is in front of a concert audience). As per the liner notes, this is a soundboard-quality recording.

Them are introduced by Jimmy Savile, who says (jokingly) that they have “just finished a tour with the Lutten (sp?) Girls Choir and will have to leave the country very, very shortly.” The band takes a moment to soundcheck and then launches into “Here Comes The Night”. The freshness of the song to the band may, perhaps, be heard when, after the first chorus, Van begins the first verse a moment too soon, quickly catches himself, begins again and carries the song to it’s finish wonderfully.

There are the immediate strains of “Turn On Your Love Light”, with Van making some “noises” and tearing into the song. As the tempo speeds up, Alan Henderson (?) begins stirring the audience by urging them to join along. The song then meanders in a psychedlic blues groove for a moment before it picks up tempo again and works out to a close. Jimmy Savile exits Them with a humorous comment on the brevity of the band’s name (“pretty soon we’ll have bands like ‘A’, and ‘The'”).

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Rolling Stones – Foxes in Boxes, Vol. 3

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Rolling Stones
Foxes In The Boxes, Vol. Three
Unreleased Emotional Rescue, Undercover Sessions
JEMS Archive

Download: FLAC/MP3

Transfer: in-house cassettes > Nakamichi CR-7A azimuth-adjusted transfer > Sound Devices USBPre 2 > Audacity 2.0 (24/96) capture > Peak 6.0 pitch adjustment > iZotope RX > iZotope MBIT+ resample 16/44.1 > Peak Pro XT (Indexed) > xACT 2.21 > FLAC

01 Indian Girl
02 Emotional Rescue
03 No Use In Crying
04 I Think Iím Going Mad
05 Where The Boys Go
06 Summer Romance
07 Undercover Of The Night
08 We Had It All
09 She Was Hot

Bonus Track
10: Keep It Cool (long version, pitch adjusted and remastered)

Emotional Rescue Sessions: Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas, January-February 1979 and PathÈ Marconi Studios, Paris, France, June-October 1979

Undercover Sessions: PathÈ Marconi Studios, Paris, France, November 1982-mid-March 1983 and The Hit Factory, New York, NY, early May-early August 1983

Hello and welcome to JEMS’ Foxes In The Boxes, the third and, sad to say, final volume in a series featuring unreleased studio sessions from the Rolling Stones, circa 1979-85. Based on our research, along with the expertise of Stones sessionologist N, who helped us sort through these tapes, we believe the Foxes In The Boxes series offers a small trove of previously uncirculated material, along with upgrades and a few familiar outtake favorites from new source tapes. All of the outtakes, alternate mixes and takes found on Volume Three have never been released.

The series is titled Foxes In The Boxes in homage to its source: boxes of in-house cassette tapes obtained by JEMS from someone “on the inside” of a major record label in the ’70s and ’80s. It is also a rhyming nod to the bootleg Static In the Attic (Midnight Beat), which mined the same sessions for kindred material and to which we believe Foxes makes a worthy companion.

Some tracks in the series have been previously rumored to exist, some are wholly new finds, while others improve upon previously circulating versions. There are a few frustrating fragments, too, but what’s presented here is exactly what was on the tapes, which were seemingly meant to capture and present in-progress status of Stones sessions and to preserve ideas for future consideration. With that said, let’s go track by track through Volume Three:

Indian Girl: Shorter than any previously known version in circulation. The spoken line, “Mr. Gringo, my father he ain’t no Che Guevara” is missing and the take also features fewer horn overdubs.

Emotional Rescue: Again, shorter take than any previously known version. Distinctive and somewhat strange mix with much more guitar, keyboards and backing vocals. Also features an echoey percussion effect at the start not heard on any other mix.

No Use In Crying: Yet another new, shorter version compared to whatís in circulation. This is an edit of an early mix (before the piano overdub was added), which moves the line ìcome on sugarî earlier in the song because some of the falsetto vocals have been cut.

I Think Iím Going Mad: Listed on the tape under the slightly different title ìThink I’m Going Mad.î Yet another edit of an early version, which already has the saxophone in the intro but is still lacking the piano overdub. Several small changes in the first verse before the line, “All the highs and lows don’t mean a thing to me, don’t give a damn.î

Where The Boys Go: Different lead vocal from Mick on a take that has the male background vocals already in place, but not the girls’ backing chorus at the end. The guitar solo is also unedited unlike the album.

Summer Romance: Another alternate lead vocal on an uncirculated take that lacks the third guitar which normally begins in at 0:06.

Undercover Of The Night: A different, shorter mix, especially the opening of the song, which is totally unique to other mixes in circulation.

We Had It All: Cover of the Troy Seals and Donny Fritts song, first released by Waylon Jennings in 1973. Different lead vocal from the released version, but seemingly the same take as previously bootlegged versions of the song.

She Was Hot: Keyboard-heavy long mix, very similar to the version first leaked on WYSP FM Philadelphia in 1983 and later uploaded to the It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll Stones internet forum some time ago, but lacking the double-tracked vocals found on those, which presumably makes it an earlier mix of the alternate take.

Bonus Track

Keep It Cool: The remarkable 20+ minute version posted to IORR by Bkeys in response to the release of the shorter version of Foxes Vol. One. His original was slightly off speed; here it is pitched-adjusted by Goody and remastered by JEMS to make it just a little bit better.

JEMS offers its thanks to N, who helped us sort through the tapes and provided invaluable insight in ascertaining what we had. The song-by-song notes above are culled from N’s essential contributions. Pitch adjustments come courtesy of Goody, who lent us his keen ear and his unwavering commitment to A440. Thank you, Goody. SkipKid68 also chimed in with valuable feedback, so thanks to him, too. The much-appreciated official cover art is courtesy of ethiessen1. A shout out to Bkeys for releasing ìKeep It Coolî from his tapes. We hope there are more to come. And last but not least, kudos to mjk5510, who came on board at the start and helped finish the project to get it into your hands.

We hope Foxes In The Boxes was as much fun for you to listen to as it was for us to compile.

BK for JEMS

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Rolling Stones – Saturday Night Live – Various 1978

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The Rolling Stones
Saturday Night Live
Various 1978
Burden Records SNL-103

Download: FLAC/MP3

TRACKLIST

Side A :
01. Dan Aykroyd imitates Tom Snyder doing an interview with Mick Jagger
who plays the part of himself* ->
O M I T E D officialy released (‘Saturday Night Live – 25 Years Of Music’)
02. Beast Of Burden*
03. Respectable*
04. Shattered*

Side B :
01. When The Whip Comes Down**
02. Miss You**
03. Far Away Eyes**
04. Love In Vain**

Lineage : LP -> CDr -> trade -> CDr -> EAC -> WAVE -> TLH -> Flac 6

* US-TV show Saturday Night Live, NBC studio, Westchester, New York, October 7, 1978
** Civic Center, Lakeland, Florida, June 10, 1978 – First concert of the 1978 US Tour

Note : the interest of seeding this LP bootleg is the four songs of Lakeland ’78.
Which are from the legendary source 3!
(in fact, the first one that came out) in EXCELLENT STEREO audience recording !!!
This is by far the best source of this show and probably the best audience recording of the tour.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: The Rolling Stones – Oshawa, Canada (04/22/79)

Blind Date Revisted - The Rolling Stones

THE ROLLING STONES / NEW BARBARIANS
BLIND DATE REVISITED
(The Swingin’ Pig Records 202)
04/22/79
Oshawa, Ontario, Candada

Download: FLAC/MP3

LINEAGE:
Original TSP CDs -> WAV (EAC v. 0.95 beta 4 – secure, Offset “actual”) -> FLAC (flacfrontend, level 6) -> You

QUALITY:
Excellent Stereo Soundboard

TRACKLIST:

DISC 1:

01. INTRODUCTION BY CLIFF LORRIMER AND JOHN BELUSHI
02. SWEET LITTLE ROCK ‘N ROLLER (written by Chuck Berry)
03. F.U.C. HER
04. BREATHE ON ME
05. INFEKSHUN’
06. I CAN FEEL THE FIRE
07. AM I GROOVING YOU (written by Berns/Barry)
08. SEVEN DAYS (written by Bob Dylan)
09. BEFORE THEY MAKE ME RUN

DISC 2:

01. PRODIGAL SON (written by Wilkins)
02. LET IT ROCK (written by Chuck Berry)
03. RESPECTABLE
04. STAR STAR
05. BEAST OF BURDEN
06. JUST MY IMAGINATION (written by the Temptations)
07. WHEN THE WHIP COMES DOWN
08. SHATTERED
09. MISS YOU
10. JUMPIN’ JACK FLASH

PERFORMANCE:
According to Bill Wyman, the 2nd show at Oshawa 1979 (which this torrent features) was a lot better than the 1st one.
Which makes me very grateful that there’s no good sounding recordings of the 1st show (only a piss poor recording exists of the 1st show)
Because….this 2nd show at Oshawa is a complete riot – it’s impossible to be “serious” when listening to the performance Rolling Stones and New Barbarians gave that afternoon.
The whole show is filled with mistakes from the band – Ronnie and Keith is obviously drunk as skunks – and unlike now……Jagger is drunk as well! (no need to even mention John Belushi – who introduces the show…..he’s in another dimension)

Just listen to “Respectable” – if you like to hear “the greatest R&R band in the world” being “the most out-of-it R&R band in the world”

It’s interesting to know that during “Jumpin Jack Flash” – the bass player of New Barbarians (Stanley Clarke) joined Rolling Stones.
And – due to recent published photos; he also starred on “Miss You” !
That’s quite unique. Not many people have been allowed on-stage with the Rolling Stones during the years, apart from vocals.
I would not blame Bill Wyman if he didn’t bother to be the only bass player on stage that night. I wouldn’t even blame him for leaving the entire show, and have a quiet cup of tea instead.

COMMENTS:
I’m uploading this bootleg, as it is the BEST source for this show. And…there’s a *new* release from “Godfather records” which feature the Rolling Stones part of this show. I haven’t heard that “Godfather” bootleg – but as always….Godfather copy other bootlegs, and then tweaken the sound, with EQ
So save your money – and get the best source of this must-have show here.

COMMENTS #2:
Please check out this thread to see some photos from Oshawa 1979:
http://www.iorr.org/talk/read.php?1,1121808,page=1

ARTWORK:
Complete artwork included, taken from “rs-covers.com”

Enjoy…..Erik Snow, July 2010

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: The Rolling Stones – Ultra Rare Trax Vol. 2

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The Rolling Stones
UTLTRA RARE TRAX Vol. 2
1989 The Genuine Pig [TGP-CD-102]

Download: FLAC/MP3

Tracklist:
1. Roll Over Beethoven [02:16] (1963-09-23: Saturday Club, London, UK, Radio performance)
2. Bright Lights, Big City [02:23] (1963-03-11: IBC Studios, London, UK, Studio Session)
3. Dear Doctor [03:33] (1968-05-13: Olympic Sound Studios, London, England, Studio Session)
4. It’s All Over Now [02:55] (1964-07-17: ‘The Joe Loss Pop Show’, London, UK, Radio performance)
5. Jumping Jack Flash [03:27] (1968-04-20: Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK, Studio Session)
6. And I Was A Country Boy [04:13] (1969-02-10: Olympic Sound Studios, London, England, Studio Session)
7. Not Fade Away [02:04] (1964-04-10: ‘The Joe Loss Pop Show’ BBC radio, London, UK, Live Concert)
8. Time Is on My Side [02:50] (1964-06-24: Regent Sound Studios, London, UK, Studio Session)
9. (Walkin’ Thru) The Sleepy City [02:52] (1964-08-31: Regent Sound Studios and Decca Studios, London, UK, Studio Session)
10. Wild Horses [03:42] (4.12.1969 Alabama, Muscle Shoals Studios)
11. Andrew’s Blues [03:00] (1964-02-04: Regent Sound Studios, London, UK, Studio Session)
12. Jiving Sister Fanny [03:15] (1969-04-17: Olympic Sound Studios, London, England, Studio Session)
13. High-Heel Sneakers [03:02] (1964-06-11: Chess Studios, Chicago, IL, Studio Session)
14. How Many More Years [03:01] (Another unrealised instrumental track recorded live at Chicago Chess Studio in 1964)

Released: 1989. Origin: Italy. (Itilian Import – Rare Rolling Stones Tracks from 1963 through 1969)

NOTES:
Original CD > EAC > FLAC
Md5, ffp, logfile & artwork are included.

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: The Rolling Stones & Friends

Rolling Stones And Friends Front

The Rolling Stones + Friends
Compilation of the Stones playing with various guest artists from 1972-1994

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01 Uptight-Satisfaction (Stevie Wonder 1972-07-25)
02 Sympathy For The Devil (Carlos Santana 1975-06-27)
03 Don’t Look Back (Peter Tosh 1978-07-11)
04 Faraway Eyes (Doug Kershaw 1978-07-18)
05 Black Limousine (Mick Taylor 1981-12-14)
06 Miss You (Suger Blue 1989-09-11)
07 Little Red Rooster (Eric Clapton 1989-10-19)
08 It’s Only Rock’n’Roll (Living Colour 1989-12-14)
09 Boogie Chillen (John Lee Hooker 1989-12-19)
10 Salt Of The Earth (Axl Rose & Izzy Stradler 1989-12-19)
11 No Expectations (Lenny Kravitz 1994-08-28)
12 Live With Me (Sheryl Crow 1994-11-25)
13 Stop Breaking Down (Robert Cray 1994-11-25)
14 Who Do You Love (Bo Diddley 1994-11-25)

From the original uploader:
This is a compulation i made up called “Rolling Stones And Friends” spanning from 1972-1994 guest appearances with the rolling stones. i picked out the clearest and and best quality recordings i had.This is the first of a two part series vol.2 i will upload later listen and enjoy =)

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Rolling Stones – Philadelphia, PA (08/31/89) “Electrical Discharge”

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The Rolling Stones
ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE
DIRTY WORK PRODUCTION [DWP-003]

STEEL WHEELS TOUR
Thursday, August 31, 1989
Veterans Stadium
Philadelphia, PA

Download: FLAC/MP3

Original CD –> EAC –> WAV –> FLAC FRONTEND (LEVEL 6) –> FLAC

Tracks:

CD 1:
1. intro [00:01:45]
1. Start Me Up [00:04:00]
2. Bitch [00:03:38]
3. Shattered [00:06:52]
4. Sad Sad Sad [00:03:29]
5. Undercover of the Night [00:04:29]
6. Harlem Shuffle [00:04:22]
7. Tumbling Dice [00:04:27]
8. Miss You [00:06:21]
9. Ruby Tuesday [00:03:56]
10. Play with Fire [00:03:15]
11. Dead Flowers [00:03:46]
12. One Hit (to the Body) [00:05:17]
13. Mixed Emotions [00:05:51]
14. Rock and a Hard Place [00:05:57]
15. Honky Tonk Women [00:04:34]

CD 2:
1. Midnight Rambler [00:08:01]
2. You Can’t Always Get What You Want [00:08:40]
3. Little Red Rooster [00:04:18]
4. Before They Make Me Run [00:04:19]
5. Happy [00:03:31]
6. Paint It Black [00:03:49]
7. 2000 Light Years from Home [00:05:45]
8. Sympathy For The Devil [00:06:13]
9. Gimme Shelter [00:06:13]
10. It’s Only Rock’n Roll (But I Like It) [00:04:22]
11. Brown Sugar [00:05:00]
12. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction [00:06:40]
13. Jumping Jack Flash [00:06:11]

Thanks to rolledgold for this one.

Very Good Complete Audience

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: The Rolling Stones – Mannheim, Germany (09/03/73) “Mannheim on Ice”

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Rolling Stones
Mannheim On Ice (SODD-060/61)
Mannheim, Germany
09/03/73

Download: FLAC/MP3

Disc 1:

Introduction
Brown Sugar
Bitch
Gimme Shelter
Happy
Tumbling Dice
100 Years Ago
Star Star
Angie
Sweet Virginia
You Can’t Always Get What You Want

Disc 2:

Dancing With Mr. D
Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)
Midnight Rambler
band introduction
Honky Tonk Women
All Down The Line
Rip This Joint
Jumping Jack Flash
Street Fighting Man

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: The Rolling Stones – “Get Satisfaction…If You Want”

 

The Rolling Stones
GET SATISFACTION…IF YOU WANT
( The Swingin’ Pig Records TSP-CD-003 )
unreleased BBC recordings.

Download: FLAC/MP3

1. Come On 1’59
BBC Saturday Club, London 26.10.1963
2. Memphis Tennessee 2’18
see 1
3. Roll Over Beethoven 2’14
see 1
4. Not Fade Away 2’02
BBC, London 10 OR 18.4.1964
5. Down The Road Apiece 1’59
BBC Top Gear, London 6.3.1965 (rec.4.3.)
6. Route 66 2’26
BBC Saturday Club 9.5.1964 (rec.19.3)
7. Cops And Robbers 3’39
see 6
8. You Better Move On 2’39
see 6
9. Mona ( I Need You Baby ) 2’46
see 6
10. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love 3’29
see 5
11. The Last Time 3,05
see 5
12. Mercy Mercy 2’49
BBC Yeh Yeh, London 30.8.1965
13. Interview with Mick Jagger 0’48
about recording in USA
14. Cry To Me 3’01
BBC Saturday Club, London 18.9.1965 (rec.30.8)
15. Fanny Mae 2’10
see 14
16. Interview with Mick Jagger 0’22
about recording Satisfaction
17. ( I Can’t Get No ) Satisfaction 3’42
see 12
18. 2120 South Michigan Avenue 3’43
BBC Rhythm & Blues, London 31.10.1964
19. The Spider And The Fly 3’24
see 12
20. Oh Baby ( We Got A Good Thing Goin’) 1’51
see 12
21. Interview with Mick Jagger/Brian Jones 0’46
about reasons to go

Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: The Rolling Stones – Auburn Hills, MI (02/22/99)

The Rolling Stones
Auburn Hills 1999
Live At Palace Of Auburn Hills
Auburn Hills, MI
February 22, 1999

Download: FLAC/MP3
Lineage: CDR > EAC > HD Flac Level 6
Artwok included.
Label: APP – 079

CD 1

01.Jumping Jack Flash
02.Live With Me
03.Respectable
04.You Got Me Rocking
05.Honkay Tonk Women
06.Memory Motel
07.Sweet Virginia
08.Some Girls
09.Paint It Black
10.Band Intro
11.You Got The Silver
12.Before They Make Me Run
13.Out Of Control

CD 2

01.Interlude
02.Route 66
03.When The Whip Comes Down
04.Midnight Rambler
05.Interlude
06.Tumbling Dice
07.It’s Only Rock’n Roll
08.Start Me Up
09.Brown Sugar
10.Sympathy For The Devil