the rolling stones - sad day - processed 'stereo' II
the rolling stones - sad day - processed 'stereo' II
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Edit for headphones. Recorded December 3-8, 1965 in Los Angeles, RCA Studios, Hollywood, released first in the US as a B side single for "19th Nervous Breakdown" on February 11, 1966. Released October 1973 in the UK on "No stone unturned". In the US in 1989 on "Singles collection, the London years". Further on, as usual, on tons of other compilation albums... It even was released as B side to "You can’t always get what you want" in 1969. In Holland it was released as a single Juni 9, 1973 (b-side was "You can’t always get what you want"); it reached # 19.

Guitars: Brian Jones, Keith Richards. Vocals: Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Piano: Jack Nitzsche.
Sad Day is a Jagger/Richards composition.

story about "Sad day" (nme dot com)

By the end of 1965 the Stones had recorded a set of brand new songs and wanted them to be released under the title of "Could You Walk On The Water". However Decca refused to release the album because of its title. After some conflict and negociations it was agreed that the new album would be titled "Aftermath". However the band had recorded new songs in March 1966, and the original track list was changed to what became the regular track list of Aftermath.

The original tracklist was supposed to go like this:
Side One:
19th Nervous Breakdown
Sad Day
Take It Or Leave It
Think
Mother’s Little Helper
15:40min

Side Two:
Goin’ Home (short version)
Sittin’ On A Fence
Don’t You Follow Me (Doncha Bother original title)
Ride On, Baby
Looking Tired
14min
Full length : 29:36min
All tracks in stereo. (Except for Sad Day which seems to be an "enhanced" mono version)
(Thanks to nme dot com.)

* The above is the exact track list of the bootleg album "Could you walk on water".

This edit however is NOT made of the "Sad day" version of this bootleg album, the edit is made of the non-enhanced version of the "Singles collection".
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Views: 690
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Duration: 03:01
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Description
Edit for headphones. Recorded December 3-8, 1965 in Los Angeles, RCA Studios, Hollywood, released first in the US as a B side single for "19th Nervous Breakdown" on February 11, 1966. Released October 1973 in the UK on "No stone unturned". In the US in 1989 on "Singles collection, the London years". Further on, as usual, on tons of other compilation albums... It even was released as B side to "You can’t always get what you want" in 1969. In Holland it was released as a single Juni 9, 1973 (b-side was "You can’t always get what you want"); it reached # 19.

Guitars: Brian Jones, Keith Richards. Vocals: Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Piano: Jack Nitzsche.
Sad Day is a Jagger/Richards composition.

story about "Sad day" (nme dot com)

By the end of 1965 the Stones had recorded a set of brand new songs and wanted them to be released under the title of "Could You Walk On The Water". However Decca refused to release the album because of its title. After some conflict and negociations it was agreed that the new album would be titled "Aftermath". However the band had recorded new songs in March 1966, and the original track list was changed to what became the regular track list of Aftermath.

The original tracklist was supposed to go like this:
Side One:
19th Nervous Breakdown
Sad Day
Take It Or Leave It
Think
Mother’s Little Helper
15:40min

Side Two:
Goin’ Home (short version)
Sittin’ On A Fence
Don’t You Follow Me (Doncha Bother original title)
Ride On, Baby
Looking Tired
14min
Full length : 29:36min
All tracks in stereo. (Except for Sad Day which seems to be an "enhanced" mono version)
(Thanks to nme dot com.)

* The above is the exact track list of the bootleg album "Could you walk on water".

This edit however is NOT made of the "Sad day" version of this bootleg album, the edit is made of the non-enhanced version of the "Singles collection".
Category
Music
Autoplay: No Yes