The Rolling Stones – Alternate Beggars Banquet (50th Anniversary Edition) FULL ALBUM CD 1 2019

The Rolling Stones – Alternate Beggars Banquet (50th Anniversary Edition) FULL ALBUM CD 1 2019
Track 01 – “Sympathy For The Devil” [Alternate Take] (M. Jagger – K. Richards) Recorded at “Olympic Sound Studios”, London, UK (June, 1968) ft. Nicky Hopkins & Brian Jones
Track 02 – “No Expectations” (M. Jagger – K. Richards) Live at Inglewood Forum, Los Angeles,
January 18th 1973, Benefit Concert for the Victims of the Nicaraguan Earthquake, Dec. 23rd 1972. ft. MickTaylor & Nicky Hopkins
Track 03 – “Dear Docter Take 1” (M. Jagger – K. Richards) Recorded May 13 – 21, 1968 ; London,
Olympic Sound Studios, Producer: Jimmy Miller; Sound engineer: Glyn Johns; Lead Vocal: Mick
Jagger; Guitars: Keith Richards, Brian Jones (?), Dave Mason (?); Harmonica: Brian Jones (?) or Mick Jagger (?) Bass:Bill Wyman; Drums: Charlie Watts; Piano: Nicky Hopkins
Track 04 – “Parachute Woman” ( M. Jagger – K. Richards) Orpheum Theatre 2002 ft. Ron Wood
Track 05 – “The Rolling Stones – “Jigsaw Puzzle” (take 12), instrumental” ( M. Jagger – K. Richards) Recorded 23rd March, 1968 ; London, Olympic Sound Studios. Acoustic Guitar: Keith Richards; Electric Slide Guitar & Mellotron: Brian Jones; Drums: Charlie Watts; Bass: Bill Wyman; Piano: Nicky Hopkins
Track 06 – “Pay Your Dues” [aka: “Did Everybody Pay Their Dues?” – Demo/Early “Street Fighting Man”] (M. Jagger – K. Richards) The song was originally recorded with the music that would later be used for “Street Fighting Man”, after “Pay Your Dues” was totally rewritten. Only difference in the music is that the violin was dropped from “Street Fighting Man”. Recorded at “Olympic Sound Studios”, London, UK (March, 1968)
Track 07 – “Prodigal Son” (rev. Robert Wilkins) Live version Oakland, CA in 1969.
Track 08 – “Stray Cat Blues” (M. Jagger – K. Richards) Live at Inglewood Forum, Los Angeles,
January 18th 1973, Benefit Concert for the Victims of the Nicaraguan Earthquake, Dec. 23rd 1972. ft. MickTaylor & Nicky Hopkins
Track 09 – “Factory Girl” (M. Jagger – K. Richards) Instrumental session, audio taken from the DVD Shine A Light. Martin Scorsese and the Rolling Stones unite in “Shine A Light,” a look at The Rolling Stones.” Scorsese filmed the Stones over a two-day period at the intimate Beacon Theater in New York City in fall 2006.
Track 10 – “Salth Of The Earth (M. Jagger – K. Richards) Recorded during the Concert for New York City to benefit 9/11 victims on October 20, 2001.

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