Re: The Best Stones sessions ever

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Posted by Ben ( on January 03, 2001 at 17:10:51:

In Reply to: The Best Stones sessions ever posted by Net Pimp on January 02, 2001 at 17:41:35:

: Maybe the best recording sessions in rock history have to be the Beggar's sessions. From March to November 1968 produced JJF, "Child of the Moon," Everybody Pays Their dues (Bootleg)," "Street Fighting Man," "No Expectations," "The Devil is My Name (an early version of SFTD), "SFTD," "Dear Doctor," "Downtown Suzie," "Prodigal Son," "I'm a Country Boy (Instrumental Bootleg)," "Gimme a Hamburger (aka. Hamburger to Go and Stuck Out All Alone. Bootleg)," "Silver Blanket (bootleg)," "Lady (Bootleg)," "Jigsaw Puzzle," "Parachute Woman," "Family," "Salt of the Earth," "Stray Cat Blues," "Factory Girl," "Midnight Rambler," "You Got the Silver," "YCAGWYW," "Sister Morphine," "Still a Fool (aka Two Trains)," "Highway Child (aka The Vulture. Bootleg)," "Hold on I'm Coming (bootleg),"
: "Rock Me Baby (Bootleg)," "Memo From Turner (both versions from Metamorphisis and Performance soundtrack)." That's to clear up the mystery of Brian Jones' involvment on LIB and what was produced then.

I'm in total agreement with you there. Everything on that list is great and recorded in the span of six months or so is absolutely amazing. And of course, you also have the influence and contributions of Brian Jones, the last blast of the original quintet.

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