Sunday, July 5, 2009

The Rolling Stones (Featuring Jimmy Page & John McLaughlin) - Definitive Demos: 1963-1966 [FLAC]




No, I wouldn't call this jazz fusion but I just had to upload this amazing recording because two of my favorite guitarists, Jimmy Page and John McLaughlin, are joining The Stones on a few tracks! They both were session musicians at the beginning of their legendary careers and I believe there are many more people just like me who would like to hear some of this early work of these legends! Enjoy !!!



Lineage: silver CD -> WAV (EAC) -> FLAC (level 8)


Another "no label" release, excellent sound !!!


Many thanks to all who made this recording possible!



Tracks:

01 Diddley Daddy
02 Road Runner
03 Bright Lights Big City
04 Baby What's Wrong
05 I Want To Be Loved
06 Snap Crackle Pop
07 I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys
08 And Mr. Spector & Mr. Pitney Came Too
09 Andrew's Blues
10 Hi-Heel Sneakers
11 Stewed And Keefed
12 Tell Me Baby (How Many More Times?)
13 Down In The Bottom
14 Don't Lie To Me
15 As Time Goes By
16 Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind
17 Each And Everyday Of The Year
18 Heart Of Stone
19 (Walking Through The) Sleepy City
20 We're Wastin' Time
21 Try A Little Harder
22 Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
23 When Blue Turns To Grey
24 I've Been Loving You Too Long
25 Looking Tired
26 Out Of Time
27 Can't Believe
28 If You Let Me


Sources:

1-5: IBC Studios, London, January 1963

6-7: Kingsway Studios, London, Nov. 1063

8-9: Regent Sound Studios, London, Feb. 1964

10-14: Chess Studios, Chicago, June 1964

15: Kingsway Studios, London, July 1064

16-21: Greenford Studios, London, July 1064

22: RCA Studios, Hollywood, Oct. 1964

23: RCA Studios, Hollywood, Jan. 1965

24: RCA Studios, Hollywood, May 1965

25: RCA Studios, Hollywood, Sep. 1965

26: RCA Studios, Hollywood, March 1966

27-28: Olympic Studios, Nov. 1966


Notes:

8-9: With guests Gene Pitney, Phil Spector & Graham Nash

16-21: With guests Jimmy Page on bass & John McLaughlin



Artwork, fingerprints & rip logs included.




Format: FLAC




Enjoy !!!




See comments for the links

5 comments:

Dr. Fusion said...

Part1
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Part2
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Part3
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Part4
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Part5
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Anonymous said...

Tracks 19-28 don't come through for whatever reason. Otherwise sounds great.Thanks

Dr. Fusion said...

You're welcome but all tracks are ok. Be sure to download all the archives before you unpack them.

Cheers

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Saoshya said...

It amazes me that you found this recording. Absolutely extraordinary! ...and precisely why your blog is the best. Where else can one find such rarities?

Thank you for poating this.