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Topic: "Sucking In The Seventies"? Return to archive
06-24-02 01:35 PM
TheSavageYoungXyzzy What the hell was it? Kinda like "Metamorpheses"? And is the mysterious Dance Pt. 2 worth seeking out?



-tYSX --- In the "seventies"? try Eighties, oh Careening Mineral Compounds...
06-24-02 02:12 PM
CS "If I Was A Dancer (Dance Part 2)" and "Everything is turning to gold" are the "new" studio tracks, both written by jagger-Richards-Wood. Gold was the B-side for Shattered 7"

When The Whip Comes Down is a live version, not the Sone Girls version.

I'm not sure but all tracks were edited for this album.


06-25-02 10:08 AM
Stones The CD is worth the effort to get. The live version of When The Whip Comes Down is great. I also like Everything is Turning to Gold. Dance Part 2 is ok. Try ebay or Half.com.
06-25-02 11:37 AM
Lazy Bones
quote:
Stones wrote:
The CD is worth the effort to get.



It has been out of print. Still known to pop up in used cd stores, too.
Personally, I enjoy the alt. version of Crazy Mama.

Shattered is the only "original" version on the album. Mannish Boy is also live - El Mocambo, Toronto, 1977.
06-25-02 06:05 PM
Rescued If you dig Stones tunes like Miss You, Fingerprint File, Hot Stuff, or Too Much Blood. Dance Pt.2 is essential - killer guitar interplay and longer than Dance Pt.1 with different lyrics. I wish they would rerelease Sucking in The Seventies. It's a cool package.
06-25-02 11:10 PM
VoodooChileInWOnderl LOL I posted this on the Jump On Top Of Me thread, so here is it again

The CD is now a collector's item for the above mentioned reasons, you can buy it here

http://www7.gemm.com/c/search.pl?sid=9682053&key=30407&referred_by=ROCKSOFF&filt_skip=1&search_detailed=1&artist=Rolling+Stones&title=Sucking+in+the&media=ANY&a_country_radio=ANY&a_country=&price_radio=ANY&price=&gemm_guarantee=0&new_date_radio=ANY&new_date=&quant_on_hand=1&condition_media=ANY&label=&release_number=&produce_remix=&category=&seller=&source_item_ref=&a_refno=&Submit=SEARCH

I listed all items under "Sucking in the 70s" including two CDs (one @ $46 USD and other at $97.90), LPs, posters and a book (?)
06-27-02 03:57 AM
Mathijs Even Shattered isn't original -it has cuts before, in and after the solo bridge, and the end is shortened.

Mathijs
06-27-02 09:31 PM
Turner That was the one of the first Stones cassettes that I ever bought.


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