* EarthStation1.com 1996-2024: Join Us As We Celebrate 28 Years Online!

Rolling Stones: The Woodstock Tapes 1978 Rehearsals MP3 Download CD

Rolling Stones: The Woodstock Tapes 1978 Rehearsals MP3 Download CD
Rolling Stones: The Woodstock Tapes 1978 Rehearsals MP3 Download CD
Item# rolling-stones-the-woodstock-tapes-1978-rehearsals-mp3-download-cd
List Price: $19.69
Your Sale Price: $8.96
Choose Disc or MP3 Download Version: 

8.96 USD. Free Shipping Worldwide!

All Four Of The Woodstock Tapes Recorded During The Rolling Stone's Rehearsals For Their 1978 Tour To Promote Their Landmark New Album "Some Girls"! Over Five Hours Of Studio Session Magic Presented As An MP3 Audio Download Or Archival Quality MP3 CD!


Tape 1: 01: Miss You

Tape 1: 02: Respectable

Tape 1: 03: Love In Vain

Tape 1: 04: Play With Fire

Tape 1: 05: No Expectations

Tape 1: 06: Instrumental Jam

Tape 1: 07: Blues Jam 1

Tape 1: 08: Blues Jam 2

Tape 1: 09: Blues Jam 3

Tape 1: 10: Blues Jam 4

Tape 1: 11: Blues Jam 5

Tape 1: 12: Gimme Shelter

Tape 1: 13: When The Whip Comes Down

Tape 1: 14: Miss You

Tape 1: 15 bonus: Through The Lonely Nights

Tape 2: 01: Don't Look Back

Tape 2: 02: Instrumental Jam

Tape 2: 03: Beast Of Burden

Tape 2: 04: C'mon Everybody: Summertime Blues

Tape 2: 05: Rocket 88

Tape 2: 06: Drum Solo

Tape 2: 07: Crazy Mama

Tape 2: 08: Star Star Starfucker

Tape 2: 09: Gimme Shelter

Tape 2: 10: Don't Look Back

Tape 2: 11: Beautiful Delilah

Tape 2: 12 bonus: Bones Thang

Tape 3: 01: Cocksucker Blues

Tape 3: 02: It's Only Rock 'N Roll

Tape 3: 03: All Down The Line

Tape 3: 04: Honky Tonk Women

Tape 3: 05: Brown Sugar

Tape 3: 06: Tumbling Dice

Tape 3: 07: Jumping Jack Flash

Tape 3: 08: Memory Motel

Tape 3: 09: The Fat Man

Tape 3: 10: Beast Of Burden

Tape 3: 11: Hot Stuff

Tape 3: 12: Something Else

Tape 3: 13: Sweet Little Sixteen

Tape 3: 14: High Heel Sneakers

Tape 3: 15: Play With Fire

Tape 3: 16: Crackin' Up

Tape 3: 17 bonus: Everything's Turning To Gold-retry

Tape 4: 01: Tell Me You're Coming Back

Tape 4: 02: Shake Your Hips

Tape 4: 03: Respectable

Tape 4: 04: Don't Look Back

Tape 4: 05: Instrumental Jam

Tape 4: 06: Sweet Little Sixteen

Tape 4: 07: Let It Rock

Tape 4: 08: Shattered

Tape 4: 09: Memory Motel

Tape 4: 10: Far Away Eyes

Tape 4: 11: Let's Spend The Night Together

Tape 4: 12: Tumbling Dice

Tape 4: 13: Happy

Tape 4: 14: Prodigal Son

Tape 4: 15: Brown Sugar

Tape 4: 16: Bonus: Drift Away

The Rolling Stones' US Tour 1978 was a concert tour of the United States that took place during June and July 1978, immediately following the release of the group's 1978 album Some Girls. Like the 1972 and 1975 U.S. tours, Bill Graham was the tour promoter. One opening act was Peter Tosh, who was sometimes joined by Mick Jagger for their duet "Don't Look Back". The Outlaws backed up Peter Tosh. Another act opening was Etta James, famous for her song "At Last".

Some Girls is the 14th studio album by the English rock band the Rolling Stones, released on 9 June 1978 by Rolling Stones Records. It was recorded in sessions held from October 1977 to February 1978 at Pathe Marconi Studios in Paris and produced by the band's chief songwriters - lead vocalist Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards (credited as the Glimmer Twins) - with Chris Kimsey engineering the recording. By 1976, the Rolling Stones' popularity was in decline as the music industry was dominated by disco and newer rock bands. In addition, the punk rock movement was an emerging cultural force in the UK. Due to legal troubles surrounding Richards, Jagger is generally regarded as the principal creative force behind Some Girls. With him drawing influence from dance music, most notably disco, the recording sessions were highly productive, resulting in numerous outtakes that appeared on subsequent albums. It was the first album to feature guitarist Ronnie Wood as a full-time member; Wood had contributed to some tracks on the band's prior two albums, It's Only Rock 'n Roll (1974) and Black and Blue (1976). With a stable lineup in place for the first time in several years, the album marked a return to basics for the Rolling Stones and did not feature many guest musicians, unlike many of their prior albums. Notable contributions to the album, however, come from blues harmonica player Sugar Blue on "Miss You" and the title track. Despite controversy surrounding its cover artwork and lyrical content, Some Girls was a commercial success, peaking at number two on the UK Albums Chart and number one on the US Billboard Top LPs & Tape chart. It became the band's top-selling album in the United States, having been certified by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for selling six million copies by 2000 in the country. Several hit singles emerged from the album, which became rock radio staples for decades, including "Beast of Burden" (US number eight), "Shattered" (US number 31), "Respectable" (UK number 23), highlighted by "Miss You", which reached number one in the United States and number three in the UK. Rebounding from the relative critical disappointment of Black and Blue, Some Girls was a critical success, with many reviewers calling it a classic return to form for the band and their best album since Exile on Main St. (1972). It became the only Rolling Stones album to be nominated for a Grammy Award in the Album of the Year category.[5] Retrospectively, it has continued to receive acclaim, with many commending the band's ability to blend contemporary music trends with their older signature style. Some Girls is considered one of the band's finest records, and Rolling Stone has included it in their lists of the "500 Greatest Albums of All Time".