Rolling Stones / Berlin 2014 / 2CD

Rolling Stones / Berlin 2014 / 2CD / Non Label

Translated text:
Live at Waldbuhne, Berlin, Germany 10th June 2014.


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It was towards 2014 European tour Stones shop continues to release even to the end, but I will release this time the Berlin performances June 10 back a few weeks … but not to turn off the pace a little here. Sound source itself as it had been around already, those who were listening too? Would not be a lot. At this point the audience recording, that force of sound image on and clearness I a sound worthy of release without complaint, but the problem noise that habit very undesirably enters in several places, including between the SE of the opening and there is, it has become the item is kept does not appear how it was evil.
It’s a noise that, but something will want to say “strange UFO sounds, such as invasion (laughs)” even with the analogy. It will frequently between open until around interlude is a highlight of this day of “Waiting On A Friend” and “Tumbling Dice” after the show. Release had been postponed because it is such a noise and I Unazukeru, but remove thoroughly the noise this time, it was Mise Trimmed to the state to meet the release in the press CD finally. If you who delete the first time enough good to say perfect for noise that was going on in between songs, especially, you know the state of the original, we have transformed to a state clear as if balanced rust though. Eliminating the all terms of noise entering the “Waiting On ~” playing indeed I was impossible, but it has undergone a stunning noise Delete still be said to be a world of difference if you compared to the original state.
Recording itself is scattered also balance under turn now what the first half to it, but stable ahead of the “Waiting On ~” around, it becomes the sound quality you want Kikikome in clearness that does not lose to superior sound of European tour other this time or later . Strong and Europe 2014 Stones usual until “Waiting On ~” fact. Playing the same song some quite. As it is, resulting in a sudden change to the spectacle live nail-biting is later (laughs).
“First of Doom And Gloom” begins with a tone speedy performance of this song or full demodulation finally? You inspire and expectations also it will back a moment, to that tone that does not Norikire of this year soon. But “Get Off Of My Cloud” appeared in the corner also request this day it is one week before the Vienna performances previous shop has released, it’s a great performance again this is. If you stopped might be good to do at the opening of this song anymore (laughs). There was even like a different person and play the previous song Charlie, among others.
But his song is will be allowed to nail-biting in subtle off condition such out of the gate by Iyamoni trouble Mick specialties (laughs) was played followed in the “Out Of Control”. Those European tour that from the beginning originally, Mick was singing to slightly destroy the melody, but it picked up somehow (laughs) it will become likely to collapse really here, but was Hiyahiya indeed it was a scene to be.
However, this problem will become recurrent in “Gimme Shelter”, that the performance of this song itself is also equivocal Thanks. It is Iyamoni trouble that had occurred frequently in the songs after this, but I’m unusual in this song. It would not even mean that was disturbing the pace in this, but played all over the momentum and playing with a momentum that will showcase alternately later, deployment means rare there. In the tour of Europe this time speediness of the performance stand out in it, uneven appreciable in this eye is really funny! Ending not been reprise of Angkor in “You Can not Always Get What You Want” or you would be convinced this happens. But it was also truly is a place and show Shimete Bishitsu When it comes to the last of the “Satisfaction”. I have to realize the press CD release of a limited remastered thorough the spectacle live vying one, the two even in such a tour of Europe this time. You do not miss to hear this!


そのノイズなのですが、例えると「UFOが襲来したような不思議な音(笑)」とでも言いたくなるようなもの。それが「Tumbling Dice」終演後からこの日の目玉である「Waiting On A Friend」の間奏開け辺りまでの間で頻発します。そんなノイズですのでリリースが見送られていたのも頷けるのですが、今回はそのノイズを徹底的に削除、遂にプレスCDでのリリースに見合う状態へと整えてみせました。特に曲間で起きていたノイズに関しては完璧と言ってもいいほどの削除ぶりで、オリジナルの状態を知っている方であれば、まるで錆が取れたかのごとくクリアな状態にまで変身しています。さすがに「Waiting On~」演奏中に入るノイズに関してすべてを取り除くことは不可能だったのですが、それでも元の状態と比べたら雲泥の差と言える見事なノイズ削除を施しました。
それに録音自体は前半こそ移ろげなバランスも散見されますが、先の「Waiting On~」辺りから安定し、以降は今回のヨーロッパ・ツアー他の優良音源にも負けないクリアネスで聴き込める音質となります。実際「Waiting On~」まではいつもの好調なヨーロッパ2014ストーンズ。同曲の演奏もなかなかのもの。ところが以降はハラハラドキドキのスペクタクル・ライブへと豹変してしまうのです(笑)。
まずは「Doom And Gloom」がスピーディな調子で始まり、遂にこの曲の演奏が完全復調か?と期待を抱かせるのも束の間、すぐに今年の乗り切れないあの調子へと戻ってしまいます。ところが以前当店がリリースしたウィーン公演の一週間前となるこの日もリクエスト・コーナーでは「Get Off Of My Cloud」が登場、これがまた素晴らしい演奏なのです。もうこの曲をオープニングでやるのは止めた方がいいかもしれません(笑)。中でもチャーリーは前の曲の演奏とは別人のようですらありました。
ところが続いて演奏された「Out Of Control」ではミック名物(苦笑)のイヤモニ・トラブルによって彼の歌がしょっぱなからな微妙な外れ具合にハラハラドキドキさせられてしまいます。元々ヨーロッパ・ツアーが始まってからというもの、ミックはメロディを崩し気味に歌っていましたが、ここではそれが本当に崩れてしまいそうになってしまいます(笑)何とか持ち直しますが、さすがに冷や冷やさせられる場面でした。
しかしこのトラブルは「Gimme Shelter」で再発、おかげでこの曲の演奏自体も煮え切らないものとなってしまいます。この後の曲で頻発していたイヤモニ・トラブルですが、この曲では珍しいですよね。これでペースを乱されたという訳でもないでしょうが、以降は勢いのある演奏と勢いに欠けた演奏が交互に披露されるという、ある意味レアな展開。それに演奏のスピーディさが際立つ今回のヨーロッパ・ツアーにおいて、この目に見えるほどのムラは本当に面白い!こうなるとアンコールの「You Can’t Always Get What You Want」でエンディングがリプライズされないのも納得してしまいます。しかしラストの「Satisfaction」になるとビシッと締めて見せるところがまたさすがでした。そんな今回のヨーロッパ・ツアーでも一、二を争うスペクタクル・ライブを徹底したリマスターで限定のプレスCDリリースを実現させました。これは聞き逃せません!

Disc 1 (74:36)
1. Intro 2. Start Me Up 3. You Got Me Rocking 4. It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll 5. Tumbling Dice
6. Waiting On A Friend 7. Doom And Gloom 8. Get Off Of My Cloud 9. Out Of Control
10. Honky Tonk Women 11. Band Introductions 12. You Got The Silver 13. Can’t Be Seen
14. Midnight Rambler (with Mick Taylor) 

Disc 2 (53:20)
1. Miss You 2. Gimme Shelter 3. Jumping Jack Flash 4. Sympathy For The Devil 5. Brown Sugar 
6. You Can’t Always Get What You Want (with the Fabulous Fridays) 
7. Satisfaction (with Mick Taylor)

Mick Jagger – Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica Keith Richards – Guitars, Vocals
Charlie Watts – Drums Ronnie Wood – Guitars

Mick Taylor – Guitars Darryl Jones – Bass, Vocal Bobby Keys – Tenor Saxophone
Chuck Leavell – Keyboards, Backing Vocals Lisa Fischer – Backing Vocals, Percussion
Bernard Fowler – Backing Vocals, Percussion Tim Ries – Horns, Organ Matt Clifford – French Horn

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