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    About time they put those DVD's out. They released audio of those shows via the Stones Archive site a couple of years ago. And they have posted a lot of the video from these shows to the Stones YouTube channel.

    Here's what will be annoying about the LA '75 show though. Most of the footage of Keef is shot from back stage, especially when he's singing "Happy".

    Why is this? Because he was so goddamn smacked up out of his mind that he was barely able to stand up. Bootleg footage of this show used to be all over YouTube, and it showed regular frontal shots of Keef singing, but this was determined to be unsuitable for commercial release, apparently. Like there's anybody on the planet who didn't know he was a junkie at the time?

    Now they don't even have the "sanitized" Happy on YouTube. So you have to settle for StarFucker. Gimme a break!



    I definitely have the Hampton VA '81 show on a bootleg DVD, but I'll probably buy the official version just for the better audio, if nothing else. Or ask the F A T fuck for it. Either way I should have it before too long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FORD View Post
    About time they put those DVD's out.
    Well it's not like Christmas coming up around the corner has anything to do with these releases. I just hope the audio on both of these DVD's is as decent at it is on the Dallas '78 show. And I'll be interested to see if that '75 tour pulls much off the 'Black And Blue' album.
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    Oddly enough, the set list from the LA show doesn't contain a single track from Black & Blue. Which is odd enough, considering "Hot Stuff" was played elsewhere on that tour. And "Melody" would have been a natural with Billy Preston on stage.

    Guess they figured that since it was Woody's first tour, he should learn to play all the hits first?

    http://www.stonesarchive.com/bootleg_years/1975/

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    I just noticed somebody really fucked up on the set list on that page. They damn sure weren't playing "Start Me Up" on that tour.

    The song did exist then..... sort of........



    ..... but as clearly heard here, not exactly ready for prime time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristy View Post
    I'm not one to promote website promotions because most of shit and of course they sell your info to the NSA and the Illuminati (right, Trollvis?) but AllMusic.com has an interesting "giveaway" on some "vaulted Stones material.":

    http://www.allmusic.com/blog/post/gi...81-cd-dvd-sets

    I'm not sure about the quality of these DVD's but if they are anything like their 1978 Dallas show they may be worth looking into. The snippet here looks like it been refuckingdigitized or whatthefuckever.



    So enter...or not. Either way these DVD make for some good Christmas prezzies (just like Jagger Incorporated planned). You hear me, Santa, you F A T fuck?
    Picked up the BluRay today. Looks good, sounds good. LA '75 comes out next week.
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    Just got the '75 LA Forum audio boot. It's really worth it, and makes me really curious about the video that's about to be released.

    The Stones sound tight and great, it's better than the Paris Abattoirs boots or even the Love You Live stuff for a great part, though it all doesn't smell any less of dope during and between songs.

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    Edit: Well I've been further than the first few tunes of the .flac audio of that gig, and I must say it isn't all that good. Mick Jagger sounds more and more cooked song after song, and the band, apart from Bill and Charlie, isn't exactly delivering the proper Stones stuff. Even Jagger mumbles some lyrics here and there (at the beginning of Street Fighting Man for example) or he sings like he isn't really there. The '76 shows were better after all.
    Some songs are really worth it, like "All down the line" or "Rip this joint", but some are real wreckages like "Midnight Rambler" or "Sympathy".

    Anyway, the video surely makes it way more attractive.

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    The LA show really is an anomaly. Keef is so smacked up that he's barely able to stand, while Mick is off in the other direction, presumably some snow of the Colombian variety. It's really Bill, Charlie, and Woody (the rookie at the time, no less) holding the show together. And Billy Preston too, at times.

    I'm still wondering how this one ever was chosen for an official release. Somebody should send Eddie Van Halen a copy and tell him he has no excuses left not to put out the VH show from the US Festival.

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    Well, you nailed it, both about the Stones and EVH!

    The best official (re-)release would be "Ladies and Gentlemen" or, but I don't think any all-through video footage was made of them, one of the 1973 Brussels gigs.
    But I think there are other releases coming up, because if they did the best now, they couldn't the lesser ones after. There are tons of concerts to release though, so I'm afraid the best ones will be released when we're old farts...

    Anyway, it's fun to listen to the LA Forum gigs, I can't wait till I see the whole concert to get the picture!
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    You got to compare what's comparable, but well...

    Ladies & Gentlemen 1972:



    LA Forum 1975:


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    I just love how Keith speaks about the band's work on "Brussels Affair":



    Then I wonder what he would say about the '75 LA Forum gigs...

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    I wish there were a DVD of Brussels, or any of the gigs on that 1973 tour. Those might have well been the best shows the Stones ever played. Mick Taylor really knocked it out of the park..... maybe somehow he knew it was his last chance to do so?

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    R.I.P. Bobby Keys 12/18/43 - 12/02/14

    Not an official band member, but he was there since Let It Bleed, and shared a birthday with Keef. And was there on damn near every tour since..... If the Stones tour again, it won't be the same without Bobby


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    The "twins from different mothers" (as Keef called Bobby & himself) properly disposing of a hotel TV......

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    I hear this song and want to kill myself:

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    Play it again, Sam !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FORD View Post
    Not an official band member, but he was there since Let It Bleed, and shared a birthday with Keef. And was there on damn near every tour since..... If the Stones tour again, it won't be the same without Bobby

    Yeah...close to Springsteen without Clemons.

    Bobby Keys was in town last year with his "other" band, the Suffering Bastards, which also includes Dan Baird from the Georgia Satellites. I should have gone, and figured I'd catch 'em next time through. Not now.

    Keys gets some of the loudest applause when Jagger introduces the band.

    Little article in the PD...

    CLEVELAND, Ohio – Bobby Keys, the man behind the iconic sax solos on so many Rolling Stones records, has died.

    The Nashville Scene reported that Keys, 70, died at his home in Franklin, Tennessee, early Tuesday morning after a lengthy battle with cirrhosis of the liver. Michael Webb, the keyboardist for Keys' band, Bobby Keys and the Suffering Bastards, confirmed the death to the Music City alternative paper.

    Keys, a native of Texas, played with the Stones for more than 40 years; his is the iconic sax solo on the band's "Brown Sugar.''

    A renowned session musician, he also recorded with John Lennon, Joe Cocker, Barbra Streisand, B.B. King, Carly Simon, Lynyrd Skynyrd and others.

    Keys actually began his career at the age of 15, touring with Bobby Vee and the legendary Buddy Holly.

    Two years ago, Keys was in town to appear at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Music Masters event honoring the Rolling Stones. That same night, Oct. 17, 2012, he and the Suffering Bastards played the Beachland Ballroom.

    Cindy Barber, co-owner of Beachland, has fond memories of that night, and of the man.

    "It was a brilliant show with high energy,'' she wrote in an email. "Bobby was the nicest person, quick with a smile and thank you.

    "Even though he was playing our small club, he was appreciative and just wanted to have fun playing,'' she wrote. "He signed books at the merch table and i was able to get one, which is full of some the grandest tales of rock and roll ever, all told with his Southern humility.''

    "Bobby Keys was one of the definitive sax players in the history of rock and roll,'' said Todd Mesek, the Rock Hall's vice president of marketing and communications, in another email. "He played with seminal artists like Buddy Holly, Del Shannon and Little Anthony and the Imperials, as well as some of the most influential U.K. bands of the '60s and '70s.

    "Bobby really was a link between the beginning of rock and roll and the British Invasion and a crucial element of the Rolling Stones' sound,'' Mesek said. "He played with the Stones so often and for so long that he's really a part of the band.

    "It was a honor to have him here for our Annual Music Masters tribute to the Rolling Stones last year,'' Mesek wrote. "He was an essential part of that program. Bobby was a genuinely warm, funny big-hearted man who'll be missed tremendously.''

    "The Rolling Stones are devastated by the loss of their very dear friend and legendary saxophone player, Bobby Keys," the band said in a statement reported by Rolling Stone magazine. "Bobby made a unique musical contribution to the band since the 1960s. He will be greatly missed."

    "I have lost the largest pal in the world and I can't express the sense of sadness I feel, although Bobby would tell me to cheer up," Stones guitarist Keith Richards said in a statement, according to Rolling Stone. "My condolences to all that knew him and his love of music."



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    But back to the DVDs...got the LA one the other day. What's left? The only show I can think of is the Steel Wheels show from Atlantic City that aired on FOX. Pretty sure everything since then is on DVD. Maybe not Let's Spend The Night Together?

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    The Stones themselves might not own the rights to "Let's Spend The Night Together". Could be Hal Ashby or the movie company that released it (forget which one it was). But with the Hampton VA show from that tour out now, they might not think it's that important to release the movie.

    I would think anything that previously aired as a pay-per-view show, such as Atlantic City 1989 or the Miami gig from the Voodoo Lounge tour would be obvious candidates for future archive releases. Or (since the Woody era seems to dominate the releases already) they might want to go back and release something from the 1969 tour that's NOT Hyde Park or Altamont! Supposedly several shows from that tour were professionally filmed and recorded for the movie that eventually became "Gimme Shelter" but very little audio and no video has leaked out over the years. Of course that means Allen Klein's brats probably own the rights to it.

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    That Miami show is on DVD. I have it. If they clean it up, I hope they take Whoopi Goldberg out.

    I think Let's Spend... was an Embassy movie. Wiki sez Lion's Gate released it on DVD in 2010. I did not know that.

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    Speaking of video who knew that Mick's ex-girlie Ms. Faithful made fetish porn in the late 60's?

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    Maybe that's why Mick broke up with her. I could see him getting pissed off at seeing some other guy fucking his girlfriend, even if it was for a movie. It's been years since I read Marianne's book, but I don't remember her talking about her porn career. Probably too many dead brain cells under the bridge....

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    Fetish porn is a stretch.

    This is the most hardcore scene in the movie...

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    THAT got an "X"rating?

    Unholy shit..... and this was before the whole "moral majority" foolishness.

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    And now Ian McLagan has died...

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    What a bad week for you mortals.....

    Seems like a good time to put up one of those New Barbarians tracks from Mac's "Troublemaker" album. Bobby's on this one too......


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    R.I.P Mr Bobby Keys.



    And RIP Mr McLagan.



    Damn, there have been a bunch of them rock legends lately, dying at around the age of 70...

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    Apparently the story with this song is that Bobby Keys himself leaked this out to the Stones bootleg trading group IORR earlier this year. Never heard this one before in any form. God only knows what else Bobby might have had.... or whether any of it will see the light of day now.......


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    "Brown Sugar" with Eric Clapton:

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    Fucking Mick taking my money. I may actually have to buy this (while supplies last).

    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/sticky-f...&skuId=6113677

    Yeah, it's corporate, but it's kewl.

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    Found two of the single and t-shirt set the other day. I was surprised to find the T-shirt isn't paper thin.

    Stopped at the record store across from Best Buy today and picked up the Marquee Club set, and while I was there I noticed they had a stack of the super deluxe GRRR! box set marked down to $50! Amazon still has them for $160. I didn't buy any of the GRRR! sets when they came out, but for $50...okay. I'll go through the book once and it'll go back in the box.

    Watched Marquee Club earlier this evening, another decent remaster.

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    And the Stones' vault releases continue......



    Drops July 24th, just in time for Mick's birthday......

    This of course is a historic performance, serving as both a "memorial" to Brian Jones, who died only two days earlier, and of course the band's first live performance with Mick Taylor. Also their first concert in three years (with the only live performance in between being the 4 songs they played at the Rock n Roll Circus in December 1968, and since it didn't air on BBC, the only people who saw that performance were those present at the gig.)

    The Stones were a bit rusty, and this performance shows it, but it's the somewhat humble beginnings of the best version of the band, so probably worth the cleaned up officially mastered version.

    Downside is this video is still only 56 minutes, just like the bootleg version. So apparently if the band did play a full concert that day, the original complete film must be LONG gone....



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    I'll pass on this one.

    Wish they release some footage from their early 80's tours; the 'Tattoo you, Emotional Rescue' years.

    Fuck this vintage shit.

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    Hampton VA was from the Tattoo You tour, as was Let's Spend The Night Together.

    Maybe an official release of the Steel Wheels show that aired on Fox? Minus the crappy 3D effects...

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    From these tour dates, you Ohioan dufus. Particularly the Boulder show which I know was taped (because it's on Jewtube)

    25 September 1981 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania John F. Kennedy Stadium
    27 September 1981 Buffalo, New York Rich Stadium
    1 October 1981 Rockford, Illinois Metro Center
    3 October 1981 Boulder, Colorado Folsom Field
    4 October 1981
    7 October 1981 San Diego, California Jack Murphy Stadium
    9 October 1981 Los Angeles, California Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
    11 October 1981
    14 October 1981 Seattle, Washington The Kingdome
    15 October 1981
    17 October 1981 San Francisco, California Candlestick Park
    18 October 1981
    24 October 1981 Orlando, Florida Tangerine Bowl
    25 October 1981
    26 October 1981 Atlanta, Georgia Fox Theater
    28 October 1981 Houston, Texas Astrodome
    29 October 1981
    31 October 1981 Dallas, Texas Cotton Bowl
    1 November 1981
    3 November 1981 Louisville, Kentucky Freedom Hall
    5 November 1981 East Rutherford, New Jersey Brendan Byrne Arena
    6 November 1981
    7 November 1981
    9 November 1981 Hartford, Connecticut Hartford Civic Center
    10 November 1981
    12 November 1981 New York City, New York Madison Square Garden
    13 November 1981
    16 November 1981 Cleveland, Ohio Richfield Coliseum
    17 November 1981
    19 November 1981 St. Louis, Missouri Checkerdome
    20 November 1981 Cedar Falls, Iowa Unidome
    21 November 1981 Saint Paul, Minnesota Civic Center
    23 November 1981 Rosemont, Illinois Rosemont Horizon
    27 November 1981 Syracuse, New York Carrier Dome
    28 November 1981
    30 November 1981 Pontiac, Michigan Pontiac Silverdome
    5 December 1981 New Orleans, Louisiana Louisiana Superdome
    7 December 1981 Largo, Maryland Capital Center
    11 December 1981 Lexington, Kentucky Rupp Arena
    13 December 1981 Tempe, Arizona Sun Devil Stadium
    14 December 1981 Kansas City, Missouri Kemper Arena
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    jewtube!!! BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAH!!!!!!!
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    Most (if not all) of the 1981 tour was professionally recorded for the purposes of the "Still Life" live album and the "Let's Spend The Night Together" movie. Pretty much all of the shows have surfaced as soundboard audio bootlegs, and many have as video. Ironically the one show I'm sure I've never seen the video of is the Kansas City show, which was Mick Taylor's first live appearance with the band since the 1973 tour. I do have an audio boot of that show though, and it's a bit of a disappointment (given Taylor's involvement) because it would seem that he didn't rehearse with the band, so it ended up a case of him and Woody being afraid to "step on" each other, and neither one playing the solo on cue. The bootleg was titled "Guitar Onslaught" (which came from a comment Jagger made during the show) but the actual results are not so much. Which may explain why none of this show ended up in the movie.


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    Hey Ford - to your knowledge , is there a bootleg of the 11 - 19 - 1981 St. Louis show ? Somewhere I have a cassette tape of the local classic rock station broadcasting live from the show but only between songs as they were simultaneously playing the studio cuts as the Stones were cranking them out .
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    Looks like Keef ain't wasting any time here... the Stones tour ends on Wednesday the 15th, his new solo single is released on Friday the 17th, with the album to follow in early September.

    The single hasn't leaked out online yet, so it must be something about not pissing Mick off by distracting folks from the tour.

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