Rolling Stones Compilation CD Black And Blue Sessions 1975 Volume 01 Soundboard

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Part I - The Munich Sessions of 1974 5th - 19th December: Munich, West-Germany, Musicland Studios (without MT). Producers: The Glimmer Twins. Sound engineers: Keith Harwood, Reinhold Mack. Additional musician: Nicky Hopkins (p, org, string synth). 01a - Act Together #1a (0’43) (IMP) - introduction trials and false starts 01b - Act Together #1a (0’38) (reworked) channel equalization, improved cuts Note: lossy file 02a - Act Together #1b (4’48) (GS3) - Nicky Hopkins on piano; instrumental 02b - Act Together #1b (4’48) (reworked) channel equalization (+10% to the left), sound amplification. 03a - Act Together #2 (4’06) (VGP 362) - Nicky Hopkins on piano; instrumental, with additional guitar-overdub 03b - Act Together #2 (4’07) (reworked) mix with VGP on the left and IMP on the right channel (after decelerating by -0,22%), only the last 8 seconds are solely from IMP (note: this segment is lossy) 04a - Cherry Oh Baby #1 (4’35) (MF) - an Eric Donaldson song, Nicky Hopkins on organ; early take without RW (probably recorded on the 15th December) 04b - Cherry Oh Baby #1(4’37) (reworked) a default on the left channel corrected from 0'21 to 0’28 seconds (by increasing the right canal by + 60%), the last second is from RTR, decelerated by -0,16% Notes: Cherry Oh Baby #2 with Nicky Hopkins on organ and RW on guitar is the Black And Blue-version Cherry Oh Baby #3 with Nicky Hopkins on organ and RW on guitar is the edited Black And Blue-8-track-version See also Part V (Montauk rehearsals) and Part VI (Rotterdam rehearsals) 05a - Crazy Mama #1 (4’09) (EXR) - early take with partly different lyrics 05b - Crazy Mama #1 (4’19) (reworked) decelerated by -1,7%, little defaults deleted in the beginning, sound amplification, count in from IMP (after noise reduction). Notes: Crazy Mama #2 with RW on guitar and backing vocals, Billy Preston on piano and backing vocals, Ollie Brown on cowbell is the Black And Blue-version Crazy Mama #3 with RW on guitar and backing vocals, Billy Preston on piano and backing vocals, Ollie Brown on cowbell; is the edited Sucking In The 70’s-version 06a - Fool To Cry #1a (0’08) (IMP) - introduction trials or false starts 06b - Fool To Cry #1a (0’43) (reworked) Note: lossy file 07a - Fool To Cry #1b (5’53) (GS3) - Nicky Hopkins on piano and string synthesizer; early version with different lyrics and no backing vocals, probably recorded on December the 12th 07b - Fool To Cry #1b (5’53) (reworked) discreet count in and final comments upgraded (with noise reduction) 08a - Fool To Cry #2 (5’10) (DAC 088) - Nicky Hopkins on piano and string synthesizer; early version with finished lyrics, lacking some overdubs 08b - Fool To Cry #2 (5’04) (reworked) sound amplification, noise reduction in the first 30 seconds and at the end to decrease the hiss. 08c - Fool To Cry (2’13) mix of #1 (right channel) and #2 (left channel). Because the 2 versions were very different only a part could be mixed (make me a favor and listen it with headphone!) Notes: Fool To Cry #3 - Nicky Hopkins on piano and string synthesizer, Wayne Perkins on guitar, Billy Preston on backing vocals is the Black And Blue-version Fool To Cry #4 - Nicky Hopkins on piano and string synthesizer, Wayne Perkins on guitar, Billy Preston on backing vocals is the edited Sucking In The 70’s-version 09a - I Got A Letter #1 (4’25) (GS3) - Nicky Hopkins on piano; instrumental 09b - I Got A Letter #1 (4’24) (reworked) sound amplification, noise reduction in the first seconds to increase the slight count-in 10a - I Got A Letter #2 (4’30) (VGP 362) - Nicky Hopkins on piano; vocals by KR; under the working title Cable From My Baby 10b - I Got A Letter #2 (4’31) (reworked) Part II - The Rotterdam Sessions of 1975 22nd January - 9th February: Rotterdam, Holland, De Doelen, Mobile Record Unit. Producers: The Glimmer Twins. Sound engineers: Keith Harwood, Glyn Johns. Additional musicians: Billy Preston (p, org, string synthesizer, bvoc)/Wayne Perkins (gtr)/Robert A. Johnson (gtr; 6.-9.02.)/Jeff Beck (gtr; 6.-9.02.)/Rory Gallagher (gtr; 23.-24.01.)/Mick Ronson (gtr; unconfirmed)/ Steve Marriott (gtr). I Love Ladies - song title probably incorrect a/k/a Sexy Nite This title exists in 3 different forms, all published by DAC This is the same take but: DAC 104 is a mono version but it is the longest (6'11) DAC 088 of intermediate duration (4'41) DAC 114 has a different mix, stereo effects in the first 30 seconds but it's the shortest (3'32) I therefore chose to keep the 3 versions. 11a1 - I Love Ladies (6’11) (DAC104) - mono mix, longest version 11a2 - I Love Ladies (4’41) (DAC088) - stereo mix, shortened version 11a3 - I Love Ladies (3’32) (DAC114) - different stereo mix, shortest version 11b - I Love Ladies (6’13) (reworked) mix with DAC 114 from start to 0’24 then DAC 104 (after sound amplification). 12a - Slave #1a (7’23) (VGP 362) - nearly instrumental under title Vagina, Billy Preston on piano, count in 12b - Slave #1a (7’18) (reworked) accelerated by 1, 08% 13a - Slave #1b (9’47) (FP 073) - longer as 1a, some shouting a/k/a Vagina #1 13b - Slave #1b (9’47) (FP 073) accelerated by 0,25% 14a - Slave #1c (8’48) (DAC 088) - more elaborated, some shouting a/k/a Vagina #2 14b -Slave #1c (8’45) (FP 073) mix DAC 088 and DAC 114 Notes: 14a, 14b, 15a & 15b are the same as in the FP n°073 Slave #2 is from a 1980 sessions (cf. FP 073) Slave #3 is from a 1981 sessions (cf. FP 073) Slave #4 is the version kept for ‘Tattoo You’ Slave #5 is the longer version used for the 2009 remastered ‘Tattoo You’-version For the rehearsals versions see Part VI

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