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The Complete Honeymoon Tapes… So Far [Acid Project 029, 2CD]
Live at the apartment of the Finisterra Hotel, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; December 18, 1983 during the honeymoon of Keith Richards and Patti Hansen.

Thanks to Captain Acid [compilation and remastering]; Mr D [artwork]; and exile1972 for sharing the tracks at Dime.


The source for this was Outsider Bird Records (OBR) vinyl rip tracks on first disc) and Hot Lips - The Complete Honeymoon tapes (second disc, and few track that I have put on the first one )

The most important thing I have done was pitch correction. The closest pitch was on “Peaches Gone South” (bootleg), but even that one was not completely ok and I did not like the remastering job they did, it was too hot.

I have also done some EQ and level correction, cleaned some clicks and pops too. OBR vinyl rip was a much better source but did not have all of the tracks. Hot Lips bootleg had a muddy sound which I fixed, but also there was tape hiss on that one, and I did not want to use noise reduction, because I just don’t like it. So there is still some hiss on second disc but generally it sounds much better than any other bootleg with these tracks. I have also rearranged the order of tracks, to my own taste.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Memphis, Tennessee (Chuck Berry) 1:44
Track 102. Cathy’s Clown (Don and Phil Everly) 3:33
Track 103. All Shook Up (Otis Blackwell/Elvis Presley) 2:21
Track 104. Wanna Hold You (MJ/KR) 2:43
Track 105. So Sad (Don Everly) 3:28
Track 106. Wild Horses (MJ/KR) 3:17
Track 107. Blue Moon (Richard Rodgers/Lorenz Hart) 1:52
Track 108. Born To Lose (Ted Daffan) 1:37
Track 109. Time Is On My Side (Jerry Ragavoy/Jimmy Norman) 1:52
Track 110. It’s So Easy (Charles Hardin Holley/Norman Petty) 1:53
Track 111. Oh Boy (Norman Petty/Bill Tilghman/Sunny West) 1:48
Track 112. Crying, Waiting, Hoping (Charles Hardin Holley) 2:08
Track 113. I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now I (Joseph Howard/Frank Adams/William Hough) 3:14
Track 114. Sing Me Back Home (Merle Haggard) 3:28
Track 115. Let’s Spend The Night Together (MJ/KR) 2:29
Track 116. Learning The Game (Charles Hardin Holley) 1:52
Track 117. Think It Over (Charles Hardin Holley) 1:21
Track 118. All In My Mind (Fred Johnson/Leroy Kirkland/Maxine Brown) 2:47
Track 119. Beast Of Burden (MJ/KR) 2:22
Track 120. You Win Again (Hank Williams) 1:25
Track 121. Well All Right (Frances Faye/Don Raye/Dan Howell) 1:22
Track 122. Summertime Blues (Eddie Cochran/Jerry Capeheart) 1:55
Track 123. No Expectations (MJ/KR) 3:06
Track 124. Love Is Strange (Mickey Baker/Ellas McDaniel/Sylvia Robinson) 1:49
Track 125. Tutti Frutti (Dorothy La Bostrie/Richard Penniman/Joe Lubin) 1:11
Track 126. That’ll Be The Day (Jerry Allison/Charles Hardin Holley/Norman Petty) 1:35
59 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Donna (Richie Valens) 2:10
Track 202. If You See Her, Say Hello (Bob Dylan) 2:57
Track 203. Please Please Me (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)/Please Stay (Bob Hilliard/Burt Bacharach) 1:32
Track 204. 32-20 Blues (Robert Johnson) 0:36
Track 205. Devoted To You (Boudleaux Bryant) 2:05
Track 206. Apartment Number Nine (Johnny Paycheck/Bobby Austin) 2:16
Track 207. Brand New Heartache (Felipe and Boudleaux Bryant) 2:32
Track 208. Sweet Dreams I (Don Gibson) 2:19
Track 209. Careless Ethiopians (Toots Hibbert) 1:24
Track 210. She Even Woke Me Up To Say Goodbye (Mickey Newbury/Doug Gilmore) 3:39
Track 211. I Wonder Who’s Kissing Her Now II (Joseph Howard/Frank Adams/William Hough) 3:06
Track 212. Let It Be Me (Mann Curtis/Gilbert Becaud/Pierre Delanoe) 3:11
Track 213. Since You Broke My Heart (Don Everly) 1:22
Track 214. Try A Little Tenderness (Harry Woods/James Campbell/Reginald Conelly) 4:14
Track 215. Heartbeat (Bob Montgomery/Norman Petty) 3:18
Track 216. Wishing (Charles Hardin Holley/Bobby Montgomery) 1:30
Track 217. I Got Stripes (Johnny Cash/Charlie Williams) 1:29
Track 218. Can’t Take A Joke - probably improvisation 0:37
Track 219. Granada (Augustin Lara/Dorothy Dodd) - instrumental 2:16
Track 220. Sweet Dreams II (Don Gibson) 3:58
Track 221. Problems (Felice and Boudleaux Bryant) 2:41
Track 222. Brand New Heartache (Felipe and Boudleaux Bryant) - complete 3:24
Track 223. Never On Sunday I (Manos Hadjidakis/Billy Towne) - instrumental 2:06
Track 224. Flamenco - improvisation 3:04
Track 225. Never On Sunday II (Manos Hadjidakis/Billy Towne) - instrumental 6:33
65 mins

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  2. This aint rock & roll man . Cactas or Zepelin would be way better then this disco garbage .More clasick rock

    By Derrick on Mar 31, 2022

  3. That was not me above . I ain’t been commenting much these fuckin days . Too many motherfuckin, Dic suckin, coon and hi yeller lovin jew Bastard name hijackers here these days. Plus all the queer faggots who is obsessed wit dics

    By Derrick on Mar 31, 2022

  4. Them bastards copy everybody’s names here , Anti , triple h , everybody’s . Can’t respond to every time them Bastards sign off as me . They is too many of them Coc suckers hopefully anti , triple h etc can tell the difference. Love Keith Richards by the way , always loved the stones in the 60s and 70s , especially the Mick Taylor years , not so much today

    By Derrick on Mar 31, 2022

  5. Some more Led Zep or Cactus , Floyd , Purple , The Who Sabbath etc would hit the spot. More classic rock for sure . That is really me , not the jew Bastard fake sit offs

    By Derrick on Mar 31, 2022

  6. Hey anti , been getting into the cars lately , Ric Occasic Ben Orr , Elliot Easton , Dave Robinson etc . What a fuckin great band they was . I feel I missed out man . Never was a fan back in their heyday , but started listening to them first few albums and they was great . Orr was a great singer and frontman , he died in 2000 from pancreatic cancer, Occasic died a couple years ago .

    By Derrick on Mar 31, 2022

  7. Elliot Easton was one great fuckin lead guitarist too . Very underrated. Some great lead solos on them albums and especially live . That band had some singles that was catchy as shit like Let’s go , Best friends girl , good times roll etc . Plus all them great early albums . Some folks called em new wave , but to me they was a combination of classic rock and great singles radio rock . Let’s go would have fit right in in the 60s am radio drivin down the highway In a 66 mustang

    By Derrick on Mar 31, 2022

  8. Anti ; side two of the cars first album is one of the best sides of a album I has heard . It’s like one great long 20 minute song . Ben Orr does most of the vocals , it climaxes wit all mixed up . Orr is awesome on vocals , Easton on lead , Occasic on rythem Hawkes on keyboards and sax . Just a fuckin great album and band . Give it a listen man . Band was even better live . Like many bands though when the mtv 80s arrived they got caught up in that 80s overproduction sound like most bands did . Analog went out and didgitle took over . Too me too much production in the studio was a bad thing . It was the beginning of the end for great music . Drum machines synths has led to today’s total decay of music to where it’s all plastic and fake

    By Derrick on Mar 31, 2022

  9. Derrick, the cars were a great band . Ric Occasic was a genius, Elliott Easton a great lead guitarist and Benjamin Orr was an unbelievable great singer and bass player.RIP Ben and Ric. Cars don’t get the respect they deserve.

    By John on Mar 31, 2022

  10. Rumor has it Keef gots a Big Un

    By U L E on Mar 31, 2022

  11. Rumor has it Mick gots a Lil Un

    By U L E on Mar 31, 2022

  12. The glimmer twins

    By U L E on Mar 31, 2022

  13. I hear This dude has a triple size hoagie in his trousers. Big as shit

    By ELU on Mar 31, 2022

  14. Who starts these rumors ?

    By Jocko P on Mar 31, 2022

  15. I been getting into cars lately to suck dik for money. It’s non-traceable cash, so I don’t report it as income.

    By Derrick on Mar 31, 2022

  16. I’m so fucking stupid I get into bands 40 years after they had smash hits.

    Gotta go, a car just stopped where I cruise for dik.

    By Derrick on Mar 31, 2022

  17. What’s a honeymoon?? I’ll never know *sob*

    By U L E on Mar 31, 2022

  18. Comment pervos still at it. It’s so pathetic.

    By Theo on Apr 1, 2022

  19. Twernt me above nutter fake

    By U L E on Apr 1, 2022

  20. Twernt me above nuther fake

    By U L E on Apr 1, 2022

  21. Keith does a soundcheck… basically. This isn’t an all-time great session. Its what every guitarist of Keith’s era does — including most of us amateurs — lying around strumming through a mix of Buddy Holly, Hank Williams, old Stones.. whatever comes to mind. What makes this fun is knowing I do the same thing — including maybe ten of the songs in this set… and every guitarist out there of Keith or my age does the same in teh same repertoire.

    IMHO the best Stones are the Mick Taylor live recordings — “Ya Ya’s,” “Brussels Affair” but for a certain group of fans and guitar players — YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE — this is fun.

    I guess if your Keith Richards you get to bring your guitar and recording gear on your honeymoon. I didn’t bring guitars on either of mine, but found other ways to have fun.

    By Frederick Miller on Apr 1, 2022

  22. Frednodik Miller, nobody cares about your faggy honeymoon.

    By Travis on Apr 1, 2022

  23. Don’t even post things that are missing tracks due to SUPPOSED “official release” if you’re not going to tell us where we can find them.

    It wastes everyone’s time.

    By Anonymous on Apr 2, 2022

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