THE ROLLING STONES - PARIS 1970

October 12, 2013 – 5:03 am

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THE ROLLING STONES
Secrets Travel Fast [Scorpio/Bad Wizard, 1CD]

Live at the Palais Des Sports, Paris, France; September 23, 1970. Good to very good soundboard.

Thanks to EricBT (Erik Snow) for sharing the tracks at Dime. This title was probably released in August/September 2013.

This is what Eric commented:

Here’s the Scorpio release of Paris 1970. Supposed to be a tremendous release, together with “American Exile” according to Scorpio’s press report. Paris, September 23rd 1970 is one of the absolute best sounding concerts of the 1970 tour, together with the audience recordings of Essen, Berlin and Cologne. Scorpio did NOT have a new source for this Paris show. Their press report is BS. They reworked the VGP source [Some Like It Hot (Vinyl Gang Product, VGP 044)] with sound-software, that’s all. Some of [the] hiss and distortion are now gone, but… that has a price. Feel free to pick your own favourite version of this Paris show, you can decide yourself what version you like the most.

The 1970 tour was incredible; one of their best tours ever, musicalwise. However, I think that this second Paris show is one of the least good performances this year. The two other shows in Paris were fantastic, but this one really never takes off at all. But that’s just my own opinion… I know others disagree.

Scorpio inserted Gimme Shelter and You Gotta Move from the opening night of the tour in Malmö, Sweden. They also inserted the the songs available from Saville Theatre, London, Deccember 14, 1969 plus Honky Tonk Women and Street Fighting Man
from “Germany 1970″…

Lineage:
Original Scorpio CD > WAV (EAC v. 0.99 beta 4 - secure, Offset “actual”) > FLAC (Traders Little Helper)

Click on the highlighted tracks to download the MP3s (224 kbps). As far as we can ascertain, these tracks have never been officially released on CD.

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Track 01. Jumpin’ Jack Flash 3:29 (5.9MB)
Track 02. Roll Over Beethoven 2:22 (4.0MB)
Track 03. Sympathy For The Devil 7:26 (12.5MB)
Track 04. Stray Cat Blues 3:56 (6.6MB)
Track 05. Love In Vain 5:30 (9.2MB)
Track 06. You Gotta Move (Baltiska Hallen, Malmo, Sweden, August 30, 1970) 2:54 (4.9MB)
Track 07. Dead Flowers 3:55 (6.6MB)
Track 08. Midnight Rambler 10:40 (17.9MB)
Track 09. Live With Me 4:10 (7.0MB)
Track 10. Let It Rock 2:46 (4.7MB)
Track 11. Little Queenie 4:38 (7.8MB)
Track 12. Brown Sugar 4:18 (7.2MB)
Track 13. Honky Tonk Women (Sporthalle, Cologne, Germany, September 18, 1970) 3:27 (5.8MB)
Track 14. Street Fighting Man (Sporthalle, Cologne, Germany, September 18, 1970) 3:51 (6.5MB)
Track 15. Gimme Shelter (Baltiska Hallen, Malmo, Sweden, August 30, 1970) 4:42 (7.9MB)
Track 16. Satisfaction (Saville Theatre, London, UK, December 14, 1969) 3:38 (6.1MB)
Track 17. Jumpin’ Jack Flash (Saville Theatre, London, UK, December 14, 1969) 3:27 (5.8MB)
Track 18. Carol (Saville Theatre, London, UK, December 14, 1969) 1:27 (2.4MB)
77 mins

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  1. 18 Responses to “THE ROLLING STONES - PARIS 1970”

  2. This is one I would listen to again. I don’t know what the reviewer was crowing about, the performance is lively. (Anybody have the other two shows?) The Paris songs were more than enough for me. I did without the rest. Thanks for the post.

    By Dave C. on Oct 12, 2013

  3. Thanks, bigO!

    By NAMoosedog on Oct 12, 2013

  4. Hey! More Groobin’ Stooves! Great set!
    Fanxt Big O!
    Another one for the vaults and a fine addition it is too. Dave C is right would definitely listen to this more than severally . . check the version of Midnight Rambler for instance, would listen to it over and over. My favourite period with Mick T as I have said before . . . .not dissing Ron at all. juss sayin’ the songwritin’ n all and the boys havin’ FUN!
    Is only Rock ‘n’ Roll . . . . .

    By Swappers on Oct 12, 2013

  5. Can one ever have enough classic Stones? I don’t think so. Thank you!!

    By Paul on Oct 13, 2013

  6. Legend has it that this was a radio broadcast in France and some teenager basically held up a mic next to one of those old big hulky wood-case radios like our parents used to have.

    By Tommy on Oct 13, 2013

  7. Great stuff, Kind of the same set they still play.

    By JB on Oct 14, 2013

  8. The Ronnie Wood Band’s finale at BluesFest in London next month will include an appearance by Mick Taylor, who held down the guitar-player role in the Rolling Stone before Wood replaced him in 1975. Wood and group will pay tribute to the late Jimmy Reed during their Nov. 1 set at the Royal Albert Hall, where BluesFest runs from Oct. 29-Nov. 1.
    The Stones made the announcement on their website this morning, noting that Taylor has been added as a member of Wood’s band for the show. It’s not clear if Taylor will play the entire set or just a few of the legendary bluesman’s songs, like ‘Baby, What You Want Me to Do,’ ‘Bright Lights, Big City’ and ‘Big Boss Man.’

    The Ronnie Wood Band was announced as the final performers for the festival last month. Van Morrison, Robert Plant and the Tedeschi Trucks Band will also perform. Taylor reunited with the Rolling Stones a few times during their 50 and Counting Tour over the past year.

    Tickets for several BluesFest shows, including the Ronnie Wood Band’s finale, are still available at the BluesFest website.

    By darth on Oct 15, 2013

  9. Thanks darth, I’ll leave a pair of tix for you at the door. Bring your special lady Ellen DeGeneres, I’d fancy a bit of a chin wag with her, maybe she’ll book me for her telly show. Wouldn’t that be the dog’s bollocks!

    By Ronnie Wood on Oct 15, 2013

  10. darth, Mick Taylor left the Stones in December, 1974. So, though Ron Wood didn’t replace until 1975, it’s not correct to say that Mick Taylor was with them until then. In other words, to quote another commenter here: wrong again. In the future, you might want to check your facts before lecturing on rock n’ roll history. Or you could just do everybody a favor and shut the fuck up.

    By Constructive Criticism and Friendly Advice on Oct 15, 2013

  11. sorry but youre wrong. ron did replace mick. no one was in between. they did no performances between the two. the last mick taylor performance was in oct 73. the first ron one was in 75. besides.. i didnt type the article. i pasted it. im giving the info for ppl who are interested in it. the article didnt say when the circumstances that ron replaced mick. only that he did. i dont think that it says that mick was with them until anything. i think u misread the article. i dont know why u are using another id on here and then claiming u are quoting yourself. i dont have to check any facts. the facts that the article uses are accurate. i didnt lecture anyone either. if u dont like the information that is being offered.. dont read it.

    By darth on Oct 15, 2013

  12. Thanks BigO and all associated for this excellent sounding show. I can’t help thinking that, as good as these shows are, they just keep making “Ya Ya’s” sound even better. PS: Darth et. al., for the most up-to-date info on Bluesfest, follow Woody’s tweets. You will also get many photos of his new dog.

    By Johnny Kinkdom on Oct 15, 2013

  13. For god’s sake darth, try being a man and admit you’re wrong. Jesus, it’s pathetic.

    By Constructive Criticism and Friendly Advice on Oct 15, 2013

  14. im not wrong about anything here. thats probably why. i explained above that i pasted the article. i also explained that there was nothing inaccurate in the article as well. i dont know why u tried to find errors in the article that i pasted. there werent any. im not sure whats wrong with u but u should find something else to do. if u want to find something pathetic its what youre doing. trying to get someone to say theyre wrong when theyre not makes no sense to me. would u say youre wrong if u didnt think u were? what if u pasted an article that someone else wrote? what if that article was all 100% accurate? what if some idiot tried to tell u that the facts in that article were wrong even tho they werent? are u even thinking here?

    btw…
    Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood has dropped a strong hint the band might reunite again for a string of shows next February.
    “While the big wheel is rolling we are going to capture it before it stops totally,” Woods told London’s The Sun.
    Wood went on to say the Stones were overwhelmed by the response to their 50th anniversary gigs, which included a headlining slot at the U.K.’s Glastonbury Festival. “Everybody had a smile on their face, which was brilliant,” the guitarist said.
    In the wake of Wood’s comments, a spokesperson for the Stones told NME.com “no firm plans” are in place as of yet.
    Meanwhile, the band is set to release Sweet Summer Sun – Hyde Park Live, a film that captures their performance at London’s Hyde Park this past July. The film will be available of DVD and Blu-Ray on November 11.

    By darth on Oct 15, 2013

  15. Sometimes you need to read between the lines of a press release.

    “While the big wheel is rolling”
    The wheel of fortune.

    “the Stones were overwhelmed by the response”
    They couldn’t believe that anyone would pay $600 for a good seat.

    “Everybody had a smile on their face”
    The one-percenters in the $600 seats can afford the best weed & drugs.

    “DVD and Blu-Ray on November 11″
    As I predicted five months ago.

    By Dingus on Oct 15, 2013

  16. A 75 min version of “Sweet Summer Sun” was broadcast in HD in UK on BBC1 TV on 12th October 2013 at 10:35 pm. Available on BBC i-player until the 19th.

    By Toneser on Oct 15, 2013

  17. Leave Darth alone he’s a good boy and knows more about music than all of you young scallywags!

    By Darths Mom on Oct 16, 2013

  18. Thank you. Darth’s Mom: take a lude.

    By datdemdar on Oct 20, 2013

  19. datedemar: stop taking the ludes….and lortabs and percosets and oxycontins etc.

    By Innocent Bystander on Oct 20, 2013

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