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Edit #1 for headphones. The Rolling Stones on US tv in the Mike Douglas Show - june 25, 1964. In this show they lip synched the short version of their song "Tell me". I edited the video for the long version of the song - with the guitar solo part - and also tried to make the song sound better. An ingenius edit is of this song is made by "Monotostereoking": a must see & lis
Edit #1 for headphones. The Rolling Stones on US tv in the Mike Douglas Show - june 25, 1964. In thi
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04:02
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This one from the "Rock And Roll Circus" needed a bit of sound enhancement. The "Circus" was shot on film December 11, 1968. When Rolling Stones founder Brian Jones died in 1969, this song took on new meaning, as lyrics like "Our love is like our music, it’s here and then it’s gone" made it a fitting elegy. Mick Jagger explained: "That’s Brian Jones playing
This one from the "Rock And Roll Circus" needed a bit of sound enhancement. The "Circ
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03:15
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Edit for headphones. Less channel seperation. More bass, more cello & other ’things’. Supposedly the lyrics were written by Brian Jones & Keith Richards, with the music written by Jones, but he was never credited.* Dubbed video, the video is from a tv performance with Jagger singing live, I used the video for an edit of mine. Recorded in November & December, 1966. Released as
Edit for headphones. Less channel seperation. More bass, more cello & other ’things’. Suppo
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04:37
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The Rolling Stones - Anybody Seen My Baby Subtitulado Español Ingles The Rolling Stones es una banda británica de rock originaria de Londres.La banda se fundó en abril de 1962por Brian Jones, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ian Stewart y Dick Taylor. El guitarrista Geoff Bradford y el baterista Mick Avory los apoyaron en sus primeros ensayos, mientras que los bateristas Tony Chapman y Carlo Littl
The Rolling Stones - Anybody Seen My Baby Subtitulado Español Ingles The Rolling Stones es una ban
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04:03
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She’s a Rainbow - Rolling Stones
She’s a Rainbow - Rolling Stones
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02:56
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This song needed: Charlie’s drums on both channels instead of only on the left. It also needed: Bill’s bass more centered and louder. And finally, it especially needed: Keith’s guitar a bit sharper, clearer. So that’s why I made this second one. Enjoy! Recorded on June 10 & 11, 1964. Released on January 15. 1965 on "The Rolling Stones no.2" and February 12, 1965 on the alb
This song needed: Charlie’s drums on both channels instead of only on the left. It also needed: Bi
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22:55
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Dave Chappelle Sticks and Stones 2019 Epilogue The Punchline
Dave Chappelle Sticks and Stones 2019 Epilogue The Punchline
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02:19
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This is the video of the shorter version of the song they performed on U.S. tv (music dubbed, Mick Jagger singing live, the third verse and the last four lines were omitted). I added the stereo track to the video, another hurray for Holland. Laugh out loud if you like. Recorded March 6 - 9, 1966. Released in April/May, 1966, it charted #1 in Holland, the UK and the US, #2 in Ireland, Germany, N
This is the video of the shorter version of the song they performed on U.S. tv (music dubbed, Mick J
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02:49
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The Yardbirds (Beasties) sing "For Your Love" on the Flintstones.
The Yardbirds (Beasties) sing "For Your Love" on the Flintstones.
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04:60
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Another one from the "Rock And Roll Circus", very narrow stereo, or let’s just say quite mono, that needed some sound enhancement. The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus is a film of an 11 December 1968 event organized by The Rolling Stones. The original line up was going to be The Faces, The Rolling Stones and The Who and the concept of a circus was firstly thought up between Mick Ja
Another one from the "Rock And Roll Circus", very narrow stereo, or let’s just say quite
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03:13
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Edit for headphones. Norway 1965 footage. "Cry To Me", from the UK and US album "Out of our heads" 1965. One of the most soulfull sung ballads of the Stones. A precious stone... Recorded May 12 & 13, 1965. Guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards. Vocals: Mick Jagger. Drums: Charlie Watts. Bass: Bill Wyman. Piano & Organ: Ian Stewart (Wikipedia says Jack Nitzsc
Edit for headphones. Norway 1965 footage. "Cry To Me", from the UK and US album "Out
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04:60
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Another one from the "Rock And Roll Circus", very narrow stereo, or let’s just say quite mono, that needed some sound enhancement. The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus is a film of an 11 December 1968 event organized by The Rolling Stones. The original line up was going to be The Faces, The Rolling Stones and The Who and the concept of a circus was firstly thought up between Mick Ja
Another one from the "Rock And Roll Circus", very narrow stereo, or let’s just say quite
Views: 2,621
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03:35
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Never seen "live"... special treat... now you can... catch! "You Can’t Catch Me" is a song written and originally performed by Chuck Berry, released as a single in 1956. The song’s lyrics mention racing a souped-up "air-mobile" down the New Jersey Turnpike (a toll road in New Jersey). It was featured in the 1956 Berry film "Rock Rock, Rock". The St
Never seen "live"... special treat... now you can... catch! "You Can’t Catch Me&
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03:29
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Second edit, nice & sharp, for headphones. There’s something very special about this song: its rhythm & Mick’s tempo. It’s the only Stones song with this kind of setup. * I edited the (piano) intro (got the voices louder), treated the bass & finally did a lot of ’Charlie inserts’ in the video. As no video footage of Ian Stewart playing the piano exists I ’gave’ Brian
Second edit, nice & sharp, for headphones. There’s something very special about this song: it
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03:55
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Edit for headphones. Edit of a 44bit-88.1kHz 83 MB file of the ABKCO dsd remaster. Drums and tambourine on both channels, bass less domineering and some more centered. Lovely, atmospheric song. Sounds best on vinyl! I also gave Keith’s VERY pleasant guitar more body. As usual, for a great deal, Brian is making this song so special, with his high harmonica sound... Recorded August 3-11, 1966,
Edit for headphones. Edit of a 44bit-88.1kHz 83 MB file of the ABKCO dsd remaster. Drums and tambour
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03:57
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Edit for headphones. Lovely, atmospheric song. Sounds best on vinyl! Too bad Charlie’s only on the left, together with Bill. I changed that: Bill more centered, Charlie on both channels. Also gave Keith’s VERY pleasant guitar more body. As usual, for a great deal, Brian’s making the song, with his high harmonica sound... Recorded August 3 - 11, 1966, released on the album "Between t
Edit for headphones. Lovely, atmospheric song. Sounds best on vinyl! Too bad Charlie’s only on th
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02:56
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presented by the great Youtuber "monotostereoking", a stereo production of his on line friend Eckhard - this song’s first time ever in TRUE STEREO ! ! !
presented by the great Youtuber "monotostereoking", a stereo production of his on line fri
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03:47
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text, Love is strong and you're so sweet . You make me hard you make me weak . Love is strong and you're so sweet. And some day, babe we got to meet!
text, Love is strong and you're so sweet . You make me hard you make me weak . Love is stron
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03:22
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Rolling Stones - Out Of Time
Rolling Stones - Out Of Time
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04:11
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The Rolling Stones - 2000 Light Years From Home
The Rolling Stones - 2000 Light Years From Home
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05:40
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wild horses - Rolling Stones (traducido)
wild horses - Rolling Stones (traducido)
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05:31
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off Goats Head Soup 1973
off Goats Head Soup 1973
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04:29
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Another one from the "Rock And Roll Circus" that needed some of enhancement. The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus is a film of an 11 December 1968 event organized by The Rolling Stones. The event comprised two concerts on a circus stage and included such acts as The Who, Taj Mahal, Marianne Faithfull, and Jethro Tull. John Lennon and his fiancee Yoko Ono performed as part of a superg
Another one from the "Rock And Roll Circus" that needed some of enhancement. The Rolling S
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04:32
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Recorded February 23, 1969. Merry Clayton’s vocals were added November 2 1969. Released on "Let It Bleed", on December 5, 1969 and at first titled "Gimmie Shelter". Lead vocals & harmonica: Mick Jagger. Electric guitars: Keith Richards. Drums: Charlie Watts. Bass: Bill Wyman. Vocal solo: Merry Clayton. Backing vocals: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards & Merry Clayton. Pian
Recorded February 23, 1969. Merry Clayton’s vocals were added November 2 1969. Released on "L
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03:42
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Edit, for a heavy bass... this time by Keith Richards! Recorded during the "Beggars Banquet" sessions in 1968, but kept off the album and released as a single on May 24, 1968. 1968. Released on "Through the past, darkly (big hits vol. 2)", September 12, 1969. Main guitar riff through up by Brian Jones and Bill Wyman, but they were’nt credited. Electric guitars: Brian
Edit, for a heavy bass... this time by Keith Richards! Recorded during the "Beggars Banquet&q
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