Label: Dandelion - DL 036/37/38/39 • Series: The Classic Rolling Stones Collection • Format: 4x, CD Unofficial Release Box Set Limited Edition, Numbered • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Rock & Roll
Forum This was an interesting transition period for the Stones as Ron Wood had recently replaced Mick Taylor who had left the band after a chat with Jagger at a December party at Robert Stigwood's.
The LA performances of the tour are arguably the most inspired and intense as the band seemed to take the high profile of the venue and the city quite seriously. Unfortunately, Jagger was into accentuating and slurring vocals in '75 and also carried this style in to the '76 European Tour. Unfortunately, as was the case with many early underground CD releases this title was made from the vinyl source.
Comment: Note that the layout and font used are made to have this look like a Dog n Cat release. This particlar show is also found on "L. Comment: Also released as "L.
Sound Quality: Good Audience Recording. Entire July 10th show, which historically was the poorest recording of the LA '75 gigs. The soundboard segment of the tape does not begin until Happy track Like the CD this is copied from "rockin' at the Forum" the soundboard segment of the tape does not begin until Happy track The soundboard segment of the tape does not begin until Happy.
There is a lot of Jagger vocal in the soundboard section. Like the CD this is copied from "rockin' at the Forum" the soundboard segment of the tape does not begin until Happy. Vocals are low in the mix. Keith is nice and loud. Loud Guitar Mix. Vocals Somewhat Low.
Comments: These are the same old sources. Millard used a portable Nakamichi stereo cassette deck, AKG microphones, and a wheel chair as his recording mechanism. He was a notorious taper of L. Forum shows and unfortunately committed suicide in Missing of course from these sources is the voice of Ms. Issued on gold CD's. The original out-of-print version of this serial number release.
Sound Quality: Excellent Audience Recording. All information exactly the same as "L. Friday '75" except for title and front artwork change. Recording information the same as "L. Friday '75" except missing the Billy Preston numbers. The match to the original LP recordings can be made to audience noise which traces the location of the tape recording. After Jagger says "Who went to church this Sunday? This can be heard in both this superb quality CD and original LP sources.
The CD tape has been professionally remastered to produce sparkling highs and reasonably good bass response. It includes Billy Preston's "That's Life". There must have been several Gimme Shelter - The Rolling Stones - The Complete LA Friday Tapes in existence because the original record label was busted in LA inand tapes and stampers must have been confiscated. The lady behind the original label was a Stones fan and collector.
Comment: If you missed the other 10 releases of this show, here is chance to have it now. Comment: 1st Source is better than the 2nd Source, so why sell both? What is value of my having two audience Comin Thru The Rye - Julie London With Jimmy Rowles And His Orchestra - Swing Me An Old Song when I already have them on other releases anyway?
Higher ASP I guess? Marketing ploy? Forum, July 12, Sleeve says July 11th. Comment: Includes a mini reproduction of the Tour Program.
These were issued in beautiful bright spatter vinyl with rubber stamped sleeves and were also reissued on black vinyl on the Dragonfly record label. This reissue LP depicts the original artwork of the LA show with this Ape Shit Crazy (RMX) - Teddy Ocking - 50.000.000 Ocking Fans Cant Be Wrong. The ladies finally have their way with Jagger after distribution of the controversial "Black And Squeeze - Cool For Cats album store display.
Back To Home Page. Performance: On Fire L. Gimme Shelter - The Rolling Stones - The Complete LA Friday Tapes Millard's "Logo".
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