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Touring History Voume II
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Rolling Stones Touring History Volume Two DVD-1

Rare Video 1964-1966

Label: Bad Wizard

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10/10



Not Fade Away
Play With Fire
The Last Time
Down The Road Appiece
Little Red Rooster
Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
Pain In My Heart
Around & Around
The Last Time
Train Time
She Said Yeah
Get Off Of My Cloud
The Last Time
Lady Jane
Paint It Black
Under My Thumb
I Am Waiting
Paint It Black
I Got You Babe(Leyton Buzzards)
Oh Baby, We Got A Good Thing Going
That's How Strong My Love Is
Satisfaction
Get Off Of My Cloud
Teddy Bear
Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby(Slow Motion Promo)
Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby
Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby(Drag Promo)

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Review:

Touring History, Vol. 2: Rare Video 1964-1966 [DVD]
Release Date: 2003


In its favor, this two-DVD set does present two-and-a-half hours of
mid-1960s Rolling Stones footage, largely taken from television broadcasts,
that's mostly unavailable elsewhere. Like many unauthorized products,
however, it has plenty of flaws that demand criticism. The image quality,
while good for the most part, was obviously not taken from the best possible
sources in most or all cases. Sometimes, in fact, it's decidedly subpar --
so much so that some of the same footage appears in better quality on a
subsequent DVD bootleg on the same label (Bad Wizard), Touring History
Vol. 5: Rare Video 1964-1968. Plus, the great majority of it is mimed, not
live (not to mention that the whole thing could have probably fit on one DVD
instead of being split over two discs). There are a few genuinely live
performances here, like their infamous first major US television appearance
on the Dean Martin-hosted The Hollywood Palace in 1964; their spots at the
New Musical Express Pollwinners Concerts in 1964 and 1965; and the sequence
that closed The T.A.M.I. Show (filmed in late 1964). Occasionally, too, you
can tell that the performance is either live or at the very least done to a
backing track different than the one on record, particularly on a version of
That's How Strong My Love Is on which Brian Jones is shown playing organ.
Since a lot of the clips are obviously lip-synced to the record, though --
including, frustratingly, some very good songs of which no genuinely live
filmed versions seem to be in circulation, like Tell Me and Heart of
Stone -- those are of primary interest for capturing the Stones' mid-1960s
image, rather than the Stones' mid-1960s music. Falling into the same category
are a few items that weren't done expressly for television, those being
promotional films for Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby (Standing in the Shadow)
(including the notorious version in which the group dressed in drag) and a
1964 newsreel. Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide


Touring History Voume II