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Hace unos meses Wonderland Records publicó un set de 4cds con las sessiones de los Studios Chess, no le tome mucha importancia dado que existen varias versiones de aquellas sesiones que hay rondado entre nosotros por años, sin embargo, en esta ocasión incluyeron una version de Try Me (James Brown) grabada en aqullos años y que nunca habia sido editada ni siquiera de manera ilegal...

Se las dejo para que la disfruten, de hecho esta muy buena!!!

https://we.tl/t-kvgp1PL03W

Si se encuentran el pirata y no tienen nada de aquellas sesiones no estaría mal adquirirla, bueno, los discos 3 y 4 no tienen nada que ver y traen cosas muy escuchadas...


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Rolling Stones / Interesantisima entrevista a Joyce Smith!
« : agosto 29, 2018, 09:18:03 am »
How To Manage The Rolling Stones: ‘If you start taking it for granted, that's Doomsday' 

By David Roberts
28 August, 2018



MBW’s World’s Greatest Managers series profiles the best artist managers in the global business. This time, we speak in-depth to Joyce Smyth, the manager of The Rolling Stones for the past eight years – and a team member for a lot longer than that. The World’s Greatest Managers is supported by Centtrip Music, the currency exchange specialist which helps artists, managers and music businesses obtain an optimum currency exchange deal.

Sometimes it’s good to find an angle.

Sometimes it’s good to dive into the subject unexplored, to ask the question unexpected.

Other times, very rare times, the only thing to do is start with: So, what’s it like managing The Rolling Stones?

Like when you’re interviewing Joyce Smyth, the manager of The Rolling Stones, for instance.

Thankfully, she is polite enough, to ignore the neon ‘REALLY?’ sign flashing in her mind, and give a proper answer.

“It is”, she says, “like being the conductor of a rather wonderful orchestra. And that doesn’t just include them [the band], it includes everyone.

“We have the best in class in all departments. Be it the record company, the producers, the designers. It’s fabulous to be the conductor, to be interfacing with all these different people, this great team; it’s terrific – and such a privilege.”

In recent years, it’s been about managing a very busy band, and a band enjoying huge success with a new record as well as touring one of the greatest catalogs in rock’n’roll.

Blue & Lonesome, released in December 2016, went to No. 1 in the UK and No. 4 in the US, whilst the 17/18 No Filter Tour saw the Stones play 28 shows, grossing a total of $237.8 million.

The combined age of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood, in case you were wondering, is 297.

For more crass questions along the lines of our opener, and for a horribly missed opportunity to make a gag about Their Satanic Majesties’ Holiday Request Forms (you’ll know it when you see it), read on.

You’ll find out how a girl who was turned on to music by a nun running up a hill eventually found herself in control of a band who had sympathy for the devil, redefined debauchery, and ended up as pillars, if not of British society, then certainly of British identity…

FULL INTERVIEW HERE: https://www.musicbusinessworldwide.com/how-to-manage-the-rolling-stones-if-you-take-it-for-granted-thats-doomsday/

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Rolling Stones / Voodoo Lounge Uncut... Noviembre 2018
« : agosto 15, 2018, 09:28:08 am »
Al parecer se viene el show completo de Miami:




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CONFESSIN’ THE BLUES – IN COLLABORATION WITH THE ROLLING STONES
The Rolling Stones have always been the biggest champions of the blues, even taking their name from the Muddy Waters’ track ‘Rollin’ Stone’ – so who better to have hand-picked a special compilation album of the music that has inspired them throughout their career.

Confessin’ The Blues collects together the greatest ever bluesmen, such as Chuck Berry, B.B King, Howlin’ Wolf, John Lee Hooker, Elmore James and Muddy Waters and provides a perfect education to the genre. The tracklisting on the various formats has been chosen by The Rolling Stones, in collaboration with BMG & Universal and will be released on November 9th 2018.

Our very own Ronnie Wood hand painted the cover art, which depicts the raw passion and emotion the blues artists channeled into their music.

As such big supporters of the genre, the band and BMG have decided that 10% of BMG’s net receipts* from the sale of this album (with a minimum of £0.65 (2CD) / £1.25 (2LP) / £3.00 (Bookpack) UK pounds sterling) will be donated to Willie Dixon’s Blues Heaven Foundation (Registered as a 501(c) (3) non-profit organisation in the United States.)

https://therollingstonesshop.com/collections/confessin-the-blues

Confessin' The Blues 5 x 10" Vinyl Bookpack + 6 Art Card Prints
$69.98

Confessin' The Blues 2CD
$15.98

Confessin' The Blues 2LP Volume 1
$29.98

Confessin' The Blues 2LP Volume 2
$29.98


CD1
1. Muddy Waters - Rollin’ Stone
2. Howlin’ Wolf - Little Red Rooster
3. John Lee Hooker - Boogie Chillen
4. Little Walter - I Hate To See You Go
5. Chuck Berry - Little Queenie
6. Bo Diddley - You Can’t Judge A Book By Its Cover
7. Eddie Taylor - Ride ’Em On Down
8. Slim Harpo - I’m A King Bee
9. Magic Sam - All Your Love
10. Elmore James w/ Sonny Boy Williamson II - Dust My Broom
11. Little Walter - Just Your Fool
12. Muddy Waters - I Want To Be Loved
13. Big Bill Broonzy - Key To The Highway
14. Robert Johnson - Love In Vain Blues
15. Mississippi Fred McDowell - You Gotta Move
16. Jimmy Reed - Bright Lights, Big City
17. Big Maceo - Worried Life Blues
18. Little Johnny Taylor - Everybody Knows About My Good Thing (Part 1)
19. Howlin’ Wolf - Commit A Crime
20. Otis Rush - I Can’t Quit You Baby
21. Jay McShann & Walter Brown - Confessin’ The Blues

CD2
1. Howlin’ Wolf - Just Like I Treat You
2. Little Walter - I Got To Go
3. Chuck Berry - Carol
4. Bo Diddley - Mona
5. Muddy Waters - I Just Want To Make Love To You
6. Elmore James & The Broom Dusters - Blues Before Sunrise
7. Eddie Taylor - Bad Boy
8. Boy Blue - Boogie Children
9. Jimmy Reed - Little Rain
10. Robert Johnson - Stop Breakin’ Down Blues
11. Reverend Robert Wilkins - The Prodigal Son
12. Lightnin’ Slim - Hoodoo Blues
13. Billy Boy Arnold - Don’t Stay Out All Night
14. Bo Diddley - Crawdad
15. Dale Hawkins - Susie Q
16. Amos Milburn - Down The Road Apiece
17. Howlin’ Wolf - Little Baby
18. Little Walter - Blue And Lonesome
19. B.B. King - Rock Me Baby
20. Buddy Guy - Damn Right, I’ve Got The Blues
21. Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy

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El póster conmemorativo:_


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Se adelantó el poster, muy bonito.


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Para votar

Rocksoff
Get Off Of My Cloud
She's So Cold
All Down The Line

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A votar


Dead Flowers

Heartbreaker

Shattered

She’s A Rainbow

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El maravilloso estadio de Twickenham...

A votar

Bitch
Respectable
Dancing with Mr D
Sweet Virginia

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Rolling Stones / Principality Stadium, Cardiff Wales UK 15/6/2018
« : junio 14, 2018, 06:52:23 am »
Para Votar:

Rocks Off
Just My Imagination
Get Off My Cloud
All Down The Line

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Heartbreaker
Bitch
She's a rainbow
Get off of my cloud

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Bitch
Lets Spend The Night
Respectable
Sweet Virginia

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Heartbreaker
Like a Rolling Stone
She's So Cold
Dancing with Mr D

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Monkey Man
Live With Me
Dancing With Mr.D
Dead Flowers

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