Rolling Stones / Detroit 1975 1st Night / 2CD

Rolling Stones / Detroit 1975 1st Night / 2CD / Non Label

Live at Cobo Arena, Detroit, MI, USA 27th July 1975

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Rolling Stones Speaking of Detroit in 1975, it is known that the PA out sound board recording was leaked from the LP era on July 28, but at this time there were two performances in Detroit. It was held, and the 27th of the previous day was the first stage of Detroit on the 1975 tour. The sound source of the day also exists for the time being, but it was an audience recording at a level where the sound was far away and only core enthusiasts owned it. In that case, it cannot be expected to be released as an item. However, last month, a new audience recording of the day suddenly appeared on the net.
It was a familiar team called Krw_co from JEMS who discovered it. The sound source this time is a monaural recording of a typical vintage audience. The sound image has a distance and a little dumpling-like sound quality, but the outline of the performance and Mick’s vocals can still be heard clearly enough. On the contrary, if you are a maniac, you can enjoy the sound quality with a lot of solid monaural feeling. Needless to say, it is also as easy to hear as the sound source with a distant sound image that was previously available on the market.
However, there was a problem with the sound source excavated this time, and some defects were found. The biggest part is from the middle of “You Gotta Move” to the latter half of “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”. Above all, intermittent cuts occur when the latter performance is over 7 minutes. Already downloaded enthusiasts may have given up listening around here.

Therefore, at the time of this limited press CD release, we made a thorough adjustment using the other sound source mentioned at the beginning for the fine cuts that occurred frequently in the latter half of “You Can’t ~”. As you can tell by listening to it, the latter half of the performance, which had been cut off by this, was completely restored. Moreover, since we edited the sound sources with different pitches and corrected them carefully, we made a detailed edit, so if you say that there is no stress that you can hear the performance completely, it does not compare with the original sound source. .. At the same time, listening to this part will give you an idea of ​​how far the conventional sound source was. This sound source is also used for the cuts that occurred in Billy Preston’s “Outta Space.”
I also added equalization to make the outline of the performance stand out. Originally, it was in a recording state with a long distance, but by inserting a female in it, it contributes greatly to improving the ease of listening. Of course, the finish was made with the ease of listening without destroying the texture of the vintage audience, and this is also a version upgrade enough to surprise the maniac who was downloading the original sound source.

And most importantly, the performance contents are unexpectedly more fulfilled than the second day of Detroit, which I have been used to hearing with leaked sound boards. Not only on that day, but at the end of the 1975 American tour, the performance was good or bad, and there are many sound sources that do not convey the wild messiness unique to this tour. On that day, the character of the Stones of 75 years shines in the whole volume, and especially if you are a maniac who has been familiar with the sound board on the second day, you may be able to feel the fulfillment of this show even more.

First of all, from “If You Can’t Rock Me / Get Off Of My Cloud”, the performance is much more vigorous than the next day, and that is the wildness that seems to be 75 years. In response to such momentum, the ending of “Gimme Shelter” ends as if the brakes were suddenly applied. Or, it’s fun to feel the 75-year-old hachamecha everywhere, such as “Tumbling Dice,” in which Keith started playing the intro at a time when other members would still be preparing. Ronnie plays a wonderful solo in the interlude of “Wild Horses”, and the construction of the phrase is wonderful. On the contrary, this scene is a scene where the degree of perfection unique to the latter half of the tour appears.
And in the latter half of the show, which was not recorded on the sound board the next day, “Midnight Rambler” was also a performance full of momentum and wildness that seems to be 1975. The performance of “Rip This Joint” at the end of the live, which I could not hear on the example sound board, is also wonderful. In this way, it is clear that the performance throughout the performance is slightly higher than the next day, and the advantage of being able to hear the entire show is great. Like “EARLS COURT 1976 1ST NIGHT”, this time it’s a title with a vintage audience, but it’s definitely a sound source that enthusiasts can enjoy, and above all, the performance is good. After all 75 years must be like this!

Rolling Stonesと言えば1975年のデトロイトといえば、PAアウトのサウンドボードレコーディングがLP時代から7月28日にリークされたことが知られていますが、現時点ではデトロイトで2つのパフォーマンスが行われていました。開催され、前日27日は1975年ツアーのデトロイト初舞台でした。当面の音源も当面は存在しますが、遠く離れたレベルのオーディエンス録音であり、コアなファンのみが所有していたものです。その場合、アイテムとしての発売は期待できません。しかし、先月、その日の新しいオーディエンス録音が突然ネットに現れました。
ただ、今回発掘した音源に問題があり、不具合が発見されました。最大の部分は、「You Gotta Move」の真ん中から「あなたがいつも欲しいものを手に入れることができない」後半までです。とりわけ、後者のパフォーマンスが7分を超えると、断続的なカットが発生します。すでにダウンロードした愛好家は、ここでの視聴をあきらめているかもしれません。

そこで、今回の限定プレスCD発売時には、「You Ca n’t〜」後半に多発したファインカットについて、冒頭で述べた他の音源を使って徹底調整を行った。聞いてわかるように、これで途切れていた後半の演奏が完全に復活しました。また、音程の異なる音源を編集して丁寧に修正したため、細かい編集を行ったため、完全に演奏が聴けるというストレスが無いと言えば、元の音源とは比べ物になりません。 ..同時に、この部分を聞くことで、従来の音源がどれほど遠くにあったかを知ることができます。この音源は、ビリー・プレストンの「アウタ・スペース」で発生したカットにも使用されています。


そして翌日サウンドボードに収録されなかったショー後半では、「ミッドナイト・ランブラー」も1975年のような勢いとワイルドさ溢れるパフォーマンスでした。サンプルのサウンドボードでは聞こえなかったライブ終了も素晴らしいです。このように、公演全体が翌日よりやや高いことがわかり、番組全体を聴けるというメリットは大きい。 『EARLS COURT 1976 1ST NIGHT』と同じく今回はヴィンテージオーディエンスのタイトルだが、間違いなくマニアが楽しめる音源であり、何よりパフォーマンスが良い。やっぱり75年はこんな感じ!

Disc 1 (59:50)
1. Honky Tonk Women
2. All Down The Line
3. If You Can’t Rock Me
4. Get Off Of My Cloud
5. Star Star
6. Gimme Shelter
7. Ain’t Too Proud To Beg
8. You Gotta Move ★ 1: 29 –Compensate for another sound source until the end.
9. You Can’t Always Get What You Want ★ 0:00-7:08 / 7:28-7:51 / 7:54-7:58 Another sound source supplement.
10. Happy
11. Tumbling Dice
12. It’s Only Rock’n Roll
13. Band Introductions

Disc 2 (50:27)
1. Fingerprint File
2. Wild Horses
3. That’s Life ★ 3: 09 –Additional sound source supplement until the end.
4. Outa Space ★ 0:00 –1:31 Compensation for another sound source.
5. Brown Sugarp
6. Midnight Rambler
7. Rip This Joint
8. Street Fighting Man
9. Jumping Jack Flash



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