I Should Be You (Regent). My Only Girl (Regent). There Are But Five Rolling Stones (Regent). Not Fade Away (Alternate Version-Regent). Andrew's Blues (Regent). And Mr. Spector And Mr. Pitney Came Too (Regent). A chronological history of rare Rolling Stones studio and IBC recordings during their "Golden Years" from the band's earliest 1963 IBC demos through the 1971 "Exile" sessions.
The Rolling Stones' Get Yer Ya-Yas Out presented the band as they appeared on their 1969 American tour: on the edge, and at the very peak of their powers. Released on September 4 1970, Ya-Ya’s was the first live album to reach number one in the UK. But, rather than a planned bit of strategy, it was released as both a contract-fulfilling finale with Decca and, more to the point, an official band release designed to trump the bootleggers. Trademark of Quality label as Live’r Than You’ll Ever Be. The first audience-recorded rock bootleg, it became a screamingly-hot potato in London that December and went on sell an estimated 250,000 copies. Considering the Stones hadn’t yet toured the UK, who wouldn’t want this raw record of the new Stones lineup in its live element?
In May 1963, The Rolling Stones signed Andrew Loog Oldham as their manager. His previous clients, the Beatles directed the former publicist to the band. In response to the growing popularity of bootleg recordings (in particular Live'r Than You'll Ever Be, recorded during the 1969 tour), the album Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! was released in 1970. Critic Lester Bangs declared it the best ever live album. It reached No. 1 in the UK and No. 6 in the U. .
The Rolling Stones in Concert in 1970. Live'r is also one of the earliest commercial bootleg recordings in rock history, released in December 1969, just two months after the Beatles' Kum Back and five months after Bob Dylan's Great White Wonder. The Oakland County Coliseum was built three years prior to the recordings featured on Live'r Than You'll Ever Be and has continued to host baseball games, concerts, and other large outdoor events since.
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The Rolling Stones Live! Series "Live'R Than You'll Ever Be" Nov 9 1969 The Rolling Stones 1. Jumping Jack Flash (Jagger/Richards) 4:25, 2. Carol (Berry) 3:41, 3. Sympathy For The Devil (Jagger/Richards) 6:23, Stray Cat Blues (Jagger/Richards) 4:12, 5. Prodigal Son (Wilkins) 3:58, 6. You Gotta Move (McDowell/Davis), 7. Love In Vain (Johnson) 5:22, 8. I'm Free (Jagger/Richards) 5:03, 9. Under My Thumb (Jagger/Richards) 2:44, 10. Midnight Rambler (Jagger/Richards) 7:40, 11. Live With Me (Jagger/Richards) 3:30, 12. Gimme Shelter (Jagger, Richards) 4:22, 1. This set is definitely not as polished as the MSG gigs used in the "official" Stones live album from the 1969 tour, "Get Yer YaYas Out!"- it was a bit earlier in the tour and the boys were still working out the kinks. The other major drawback was that on many of the tracks, the rhythm section is inaudible or barely audible.
The father of the modern bootleg, "Dub", answered any doubts on quality when he and his partner Ken issued Live’R Than You’ll Ever Be, on their TMoQ label. On Live’R was the second set The Rolling Stones played at the Oakland Coliseum in November, 1969, on the US tour that made their fame.
The Rolling Stones is the debut album by the Rolling Stones, released by Decca Records in the UK on 16 April 1964. The album is included in Robert Dimery's 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.