sábado, 5 de junho de 2010

ROLLING STONES - Get Your Leeds Lungs Out 1971 (Bootleg)

ÓTIMO BOOTLEG DOS STONES COM AUDIO EXCELENTE E QUE FOI GRAVADO EM 1971 NA LEEDS UNIVERSITY NA INGLATERRA UM MÊS ANTES DO LANÇAMENTO DO DISCO "STICKY FINGERS"!! ESSE BOOTLEG FOI REMASTERIZADO DIGITALMENTE ATRAVÉS DA MASTER TAPE ORIGINAL!! AQUI ESTÃO INCLUÍDO OS MUSICOS "BOBBY KEYS" NO SAXOFONE, "JIM PRICE" NO TROMPETE E "NICKY HOPKINS" NO PIANO!! ROUPAGEM DIFERENTE EM ALGUNS CLÁSSICOS DA BANDA!! BEM LEGAL!! EXCELENTE E RECOMENDADO BOOTLEG!! VENENASSO STONIANO DO BOM E RECOMENDADO!!Get Your Leeds Lungs Out! - Revisited is a crystal clear bootleg from the U.K. leg of the Sticky Fingers tour back in 1971, and has been digitally remastered from the original analog master tapes. The Stones are inspired throughout, so the whole show is one big highlight, starting with the smooth country of "Dead Flowers." Also included is a fiercely swinging take of the Jagger-attitude testimony, "Bitch," a slower and more spacious "Satisfaction," and a version of "Brown Sugar" that is no less sleazy and lustful than the original. Keith Richards and Mick Taylor show why many Stones enthusiasts considered this lineup their best, as the duo spin and weave their guitar lines together and trade off solos with each other throughout the show. Also included are sidemen Bobby Keys (saxophone), Jim Price (trumpet), and Nicky Hopkins (piano), who help augment the compositions. "Let It Rock" is a forgotten Stones cover of a Chuck Berry song (it was only issued as a B-side to "Brown Sugar" and has never been included on any of their compilations) that turns out to be a good old rowdy rave-up. The problem with Get Your Leeds Lungs Out! is that it contains a total of six songs that were issued (in quite similar versions) on the official live album Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out just two years prior. And there are two versions of "Let It Rock" included, one being a supposedly different "stereo version"; in reality, they are identical. Still, the Stones were hot that night. If the overly produced and studio-enhanced Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out leaves you feeling a bit cold, hunt down a copy of the rough and rocking Get Your Leeds Lungs Out! - Revisited to cure your blues. ~ Greg Prato, All Music Guide
1. Dead Flowers
2. Stray Cat Blues
3. Love In Vain
4. Midnight Rambler
5. Bitch
6. Band Introductions
7. Honky Tonk Women
8. Satisfaction
9. Little Queenie
10. Brown Sugar
11. Street Fighting Man
12. Let It Rock
Bonustrack13. Roll Over Beethoven (LiVe Hamburg 1970)

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