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Topic: CD STONES TOURING PARTY-DALLAS REHEARSALS 1972 FOR SALE(SCORPIO) Return to archive
09-24-02 07:15 AM
luis CD STONES TOURIGN PARTY-DALLAS REHERARSALS 1972(2CD)SCORPIO 091-009-010 JAPAN 1991 EXTINC ITEM.ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND OUT.
PRICE 120 EUROS(INCLUDING POST)

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09-24-02 07:19 AM
Soul Survivor Dallas Rehearsals aint that hard to find!
09-24-02 07:44 AM
Mathijs But this Scorpio release is hard to find. It's actually one of the very first American CD bootlegs.

Mathijs
09-24-02 01:47 PM
stonesmik Is this really the famous "Dallas rehearsals" (25 June 1972 4pm to 2 am). In his very accurate book Felix Aeppli says these recordings are in fact rehearsals from early summer 1971, recorded in the cellar of Nellcôte (or even earlier at Stargroves) with some songs appearing that were later released on "Exile", e. g. "Let it loose", "Ventilator blues", some songs by Robert Johnson and Slim Harpo, etc, with much in between riffing and guitar tuning. Listening to the songs that would later appear on "Exile" it is quite clear these were played before the "Exile" versions. Also the real "Dallas rehearsals" were tour rehearsals with no time for just experiments and guitar doodling which is also contained. In his book Robert Greenfield writes the band had to rehearse because "the show in Kansas City was fairly rotten" and "when it's over everyone feels good at having worked hard to get the show in shape". Hardly the feeling on the "Dallas rehearsals" which sound more than relaxed.

Has someone proof for these recordings being either from Dallas or Nellcôte/Stargroves?