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  1. Bratilar Reply
    Mar 16,  · the rolling stones - bedspring symphony revisited european tour with mick taylor. () Very Good soundboard quality. Taken from KBFH radio broadcast on November 24,
  2. Zolozshura Reply
    And another evergreen live album “EUROPEAN TOUR KBFH BROADCAST & ”. Unlike in , this is a sound source that captures the top of the 70’s Stones, which was widely known for not realizing an official release, but instead for realizing a radio broadcast.
  3. Kazragis Reply
    "Rip This Joint" is the second song on the Rolling Stones' classic album Exile on Main St. Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, "Rip This Joint" is one of the fastest songs in the Stones' canon, with a pronounced rockabilly feel.
  4. Moramar Reply
    Jul 02,  · The Stones' tour produced both Ya-Ya's and Live'r Than You'll Ever Be, one of the essential early boots, recorded in Oakland, but their November 10th San Diego set is .
  5. Zulut Reply
    Comment: Reissue of above on "splash" colored vinyl. "The Rolling Stones In Concert " (ROYAL SOUND RS PS A/B, RS DS C/D) Diamond Sound. Comment: Copy of Royal Sound LP "Europe '73" with scratched out matrix number. First copies on dark marbled colored vinyl. "The Rolling Stones Europe '73 (Volume I)" (ROYAL SOUND RS A/B).
  6. Bagis Reply
    The only set to claim to have all 4 London 73 shows is a CDR collection called The Wembley Tapes. This double offering from SODD replicates the first London 8th September excellent show that was released by Devils Breath and later on by DAC disc one, coupling it with .
  7. Dojar Reply
    The Rolling Stones’ European tour has received quite a bit of attention the past several months with shows in Vienna, Newcastle, and Glasgow all seeing release. Live From England is another new Dog N Cat releases with the September 12th show in Manchester on the first disc and the September 16th Glasgow show on disc two. And like.
  8. Shaktijinn Reply
    Nov 20,  · The first disc on this set presents perhaps the best audience recording from the Rolling Stones’ obscure European tour of touring in support of their live LP Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out. It sounds like a straight copy from the master tape of the old TMOQ vinyl release from the 70’s.