October 25, 2010


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On The Rocks [Golden Memories, 1CD]

Alternate versions. Very good soundboard.

A notable inclusion on this collection of late 1960s Rolling Stones vault material are alternate takes of both arrangements of the song “Memo From Turner”. These are not the takes heard on “Performance” and “Metamorphosis”, though they are from those sessions. - Philip Cohen

Thanks to Phil for sharing the tracks.

Track 01. Sympathy For The Devil (1) 4:23
Track 02. You Got The Silver 2:50
Track 03. Gimme Shelter 4:20
Track 04. Sympathy For The Devil (2) 4:21
Track 05. You Can’t Always Get What You Want 6:38
Track 06. Memo From Turner (1) 2:43
Track 07. Memo From Turner (2) 3:42
Track 08. Good Time Women 3:03
Track 09. Travelin’ Man 5:54
Track 10. Instrumental 3:25
Track 11. Jiving Sister Fanny 3:17
Track 12. Stuck Out All Alone 3:11
Track 13. Going Down 2:56
Track 14. Family 3:33

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October 24, 2010


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Elvis junkies get high on his studio rarities especially the later, morose recordings.

Welcome To The Jungle [Venus Productions, 1CD]

Sessions at Gracelands, Memphis, Feb 3 – 4, 1976. Excellent stereo soundboard.

Released in August (?) 2010, Welcome To The Jungle is a disc that captures two days in February, 1976 when Elvis recorded Solitaire and on Feb 4, Moody Blue. These appear to be the entire sessions for the two songs. They confirm Elvis really identified with these bluer than blue songs. It’s not everyone’s life to wallow in self-pity but Elvis was in no mood to be cheered.

Track 01. Solitaire Take 1
Track 02. Solitaire Take 2
03. Solitaire Take 3 [omitted]
Track 04. Solitaire Takes 6-7
Track 05. Solitaire Take 8
Track 06. Solitaire Takes 9-10
Track 07. Solitaire Take undubbed master
Track 08. Solitaire Take different mix
09. Solitaire Master [omitted]

10. Moody Blue Take 3 [omitted]
Track 11. Moody Blue Take 4
Track 12. Moody Blue Take 5
Track 13. Moody Blue Take 6
Track 14. Moody Blue Take 7
Track 15. Moody Blue Takes 8-9
Track 16. Moody Blue Take  undubbed master
17. Moody Blue Master [omitted]

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October 23, 2010


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The current protest in France is not about “raising the retirement age from 60 to 62″. As political writer Diana Johnstone says, it is also a sign of exasperation with the government of Nicolas Sarkozy which blatantly favors the super-rich.

The French are at it again – out on strike, blocking transport, raising hell in the streets, and all that merely because the government wants to raise the retirement age from 60 to 62. They must be crazy. That, I suppose, is the way the current mass movement in France is seen – or at least shown – in much of the world, and above all in the Anglo-Saxon world.

Perhaps the first thing that needs to be said about the current mass strikes in France is that they are not really about “raising the retirement age from 60 to 62″. This is rather like describing the capitalist free market as a sort of lemonade stand. A propaganda simplification of very complex issues.

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October 21, 2010


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Positively West 52nd Street [no label, 3CD]

Live at the Roseland Ballroom, New York City. October 19, 20, 1994. Very good soundboard.

This has just surfaced and is being torrented in a couple of sites. Response has been very favourable, with one fan saying: “I can’t believe it was just hanging out in the ether for so long”.

Our tracks came courtesy of Lincoln Park Mark – positively many thanks!

Thanks also to Luisbp51 over at Hungercity who added the intro and patched up Jokerman (Disc 1, Track 1) with an audience source – the track was cut at the beginning.

Disc 1: October 19, 1994
Track 101. Jokerman
Track 102. If You See Her Say Hello
Track 103. All Along The Watchtower
Track 104. You’re A Big Girl Now
Track 105. Tangled Up In Blue
Track 106. Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I’ll Go Mine)
Track 107. Mama, You Been On My Mind
Track 108. One Too Many Mornings
Track 109. It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue
Track 110. Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again

Disc 2: October 19, 1994 (contd)
Track 201. Shelter From The Storm
Track 202. Maggie’s Farm
Track 203. Like A Rolling Stone
Track 204. It Ain’t Me Babe

October 20, 1994
Track 205. Jokerman
Track 206. If You See Her Say Hello
Track 207. All Along The Watchtower
Track 208. Simple Twist Of Fate
Track 209. Tangled Up In Blue
Track 210. Positively 4th Street

Disc 3: October 20, 1994 (contd)
Track 301. Mama, You Been On My Mind
Track 302. The Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carrol
Track 303. Boots Of Spanish Leather
Track 304. God Knows
Track 305. Joey
Track 306. Maggie’s Farm
Track 307. Most Likely You Go Your Way (And I’ll Go Mine)
Track 308. My Back Pages
Track 309. Rainy Day Women #12 and 35 (Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen on guitars)
Track 310. Highway 61 Revisited (Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen on guitars)

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There was a time when Jimi Hendrix’s rock was seen as breathing protest music but as Ron Jacobs says, the Democratic Party has successfully consumed the majority of those who might call themselves left and things have reached a point where it hardly matters even if President Obama has Hendrix’s Machine Gun in his iPod.

In 1977, a friend and I were hanging out at the July 4th Smoke-In on the Mall in Washington, DC. I had spent a few hours the week before helping a bunch of yippies roll several pounds of donated Colombian Red pot into joints. The papers we were rolling the joints with were made to look like the US flag. Lots of little red, white and blue reefers. The plan was for a bunch of us to take hundreds of these joints over to Lafayette Park across from the White House during a rally calling for the legalization of marijuana and distribute them.

Personally, I thought it was a great plan. That morning I was given several dozen joints and began to smoke and distribute them. By the time the rally had begun, I still had at least one hundred joints and a very good buzz. My friends and I headed over to Lafayette Park and began to light the joints and pass them out.

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October 19, 2010


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Dallas 75 [Rock Records, 2CD]

Live at the Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, Texas, March 4, 1975. Very good soundboard.

A high quality two-CD soundboard recorded while the group was on tour behind Physical Graffiti. - Philip Cohen

In his review of the Over The Hill & Far Away boot, Bill Glahn, editor of Live! Music Review, wrote: “This is an excellent quality CD which shows the band exploring the most extreme examples of improvisation in rock music. This is a soundboard recording from Dallas, Texas on March 4, 1975. This is the most easily obtainable version of this recording and clocks in at an impressive 78 minutes. A double CD on Rocks Records was the first version of this show to appear on CD and features an additional 12 minutes of music. That version is near impossible to find, however.

Thanks to Phil, fans can now listen to this hard-to-find recording.

Disc 1
Track 101. Rock & Roll
Track 102. Sick Again
Track 103. Over The Hills And Far Away
Track 104. In My Time Of Dying
Track 105. The Song Remains The Same
Track 106. The Rain Song

Disc 2
Track 201. Kashmir
Track 202. No Quarter
Track 203. Trampled Underfoot
Track 204. Moby Dick

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While Michael Winterbottom’s The Killer Inside Me might not hit all the marks, it is Jessica Alba’s eagerness to please her director and win critical respect the way her onscreen character tries to do the same, according to Critic After Dark Noel Vera, that the resulting parallels become doubly unsettling.

Michael Winterbottom’s The Killer Inside Me (2010) is a mess. It largely misses the import of noir writer Jim Thompson’s gleefully evil 1952 novel the same time it visualizes the book’s most violent setpieces with unflinching courage. It’s strong in many ways, yet seems completely clueless about the inimitable Thompson flavor – the sulfurous taint you taste with every helping of his bleakly funny fiction.

It’s a perilous task, adapting Thompson; he seems so deceptively easy, so surprisingly difficult to bring to the big screen (Sam Fuller once said of Thompson’s 1959 The Getaway that the book could serve as the movie’s own shooting script – it’s full of intricate plot, memorable dialogue, and little fat).

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October 18, 2010


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There’s never enough of Lennon’s music.

Mother [SCP 2417 vinyl LP release, 1CD]

These are alternate versions from sessions on Sept 26 and Oct 27, 1970. SCP is a Yellow Dog label like His Master’s Choice. This was released in 2009. Ex SBD stereo.

Fan Beatcomber said:

“Collection of very good to excellent quality home demos and studio outtakes from 1970, released on a blue plastic platter in 2009. A number of these tracks can also be found on other bootlegs documenting the JL/POB sessions, but tracks A02-A06 are of special note as they have yet to be released on CD (as far as I can tell). They include the final takes of Love, a great rocking rendition of Hold On and a previously unheard jam on Glad All Over (different from the performance included in the familiar Oldies medley) that segues into take 23 of Hold On.”

This was shared at the Hunger City site. Thanks to Beatcomber. The comments next to the tracks are his. Mother has been omitted as it sounds like the official version.

Vinyl Side A
01. Mother (OMITTED)
Track 02. Love (take 36 – cover erroneously states take 26)
Track 03. Love (takes 37 and 38 – cover erroneously states take 27)
Track 04. Hold On (rocking version)
Track 05. Glad All Over (jam)
Track 06. Hold On (take 23)
Track 07. Look At Me (amplified acoustic guitar demo)

Vinyl Side B
Track 08. I Found Out (amplified acoustic guitar demo)
Track 09. Remember (studio outtake – also on HMC 003)
Track 10. I Found Out (studio outtake – also on HMC 002)
Track 11. Well Well Well (studio outtake – also on HMC 002)

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October 17, 2010


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After October 8’s shock news that police had arrested an individual connected with the Mulve music software, TorrentFreak confirms that the grounds – as with the failed OiNK case – are Conspiracy to Defraud. TorrentFreak’s Enigmax noted: “As we try to understand this decision we speak at length with Mulve’s programmer, but his revelations only support the notion that something has gone badly wrong with this investigation. In the meantime, Mulve alternatives are hitting the web.”

Last month, what first appeared to be a relatively new music downloading application burst onto the scene. Mulve carried no music of its own, but instead allowed users to make their own searches and download material from servers owned by Russia’s biggest social networking site, Vkontakte.

Although it had been around for a few months, this ‘second coming’ of Mulve was very well received and it was covered by dozens of news outlets. Last week, however, things turned sour. TorrentFreak learned that police in the UK had arrested an individual in connection with the application and it was made very clear to us immediately – Mulve would never, ever be coming back.

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October 16, 2010


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Live On Blueberry Hill [Genuine Masters, 2CD]

Live at the Forum, Los Angeles, CA, September 4, 1970. Very good audience recording. A mix of existing sources. The CD-R that accompanied the DVD-A release.

If fans were delighted with the Empress Valley release of Live On Blueberry Hill, wait till they listen to the Genuine Masters’ version.

Disc 1
Track 101. Immigrant Song
Track 102. Heartbreaker
Track 103. Dazed and Confused
Track 104. Bring It On Home
Track 105. That’s the Way
Track 106. Bron-Yr-Aur
Track 107. Since I’ve Been Loving You
Track 108. Organ Solo
Track 109. Thank You

Disc 2
Track 201. What Is and What Should Never Be
Track 202. Moby Dick
Track 203. Whole Lotta Love
Track 204. Communication Breakdown
Track 205. Out On the Tiles
Track 206. Blueberry Hill

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