On the 17th of October 2005 the first in a legendary series of podcasts compiled by DinsdaleP was broadcast. Every week or so , a new edition followed. They continued for 114 episodes until December the 11th 2007, an astonishing amount of material in such a short space of time and very hard work for the author who shared these with us. At the time they were unique in both their content and production...in fact they still are... and although many have tried to emulate them none have succeeded. Dinsdale has very kindly made the original lossless tapes available to Nowhere Man Records, who are privileged to present them in their entirety, along with one or two surprises. DinsdaleP Podcast 001 John's late 1975 audio reply to a query about New York City's influence on his life and work - unused Third Christmas Record session, Marquee Studio (10-19-65) - Dream Away (unbootlegged rough mix, 1981) - Hold Me Tight (rehearsal take, 9-12-63) - John Lennon's audio reply to Vin Scelsa, WNEW-FM (12-75) - Beatles arrive at JFK, "The World Today" (2-7-64) - John accosted on the street outside NY courthouse (circa 1972) - She's A Woman (take 6, Barrett mix, 10-8-64) - "College Cheers" Elektra sound effect (used in "Revolution 9") - studio chat (10-12-65, complete) - Jamming with Elvis ("Anthology" DVD + Larry Kane interview 8-27-65) - The Pound Is Sinking (demo) - Sean Lennon on "Howard Stern Show" (5-3-02) - Rain (mono mix based on Veech's isolation mix) - "Alpha Omega" radio ad (aired 1-27-73) - A Day In The Life "hum" ending (2-10-67) - "Our World" BBC outro (6-25-67) DinsdaleP Podcast 002 Ringo Starr - Straight Man Or Joker - dialogue, Twickenham Studios (1-14-69) - "Two Junkies" CBC interview excerpt (1-14-69) - Cold Turkey demo w/guitar and vocal overdub (speed-corrected, 8-69) - Murray The "K" interviews George, Nassau (3-65) - If You've Got Trouble ("Anthology" DVD stereo mix) - Roger Scott's opinion (1983) - Ringo on "Laugh-In" (1-27-70) - Derek Taylor reads "The Fat Growth On Eric Hearble" (KRLA, 10-29-67) - Magical Mystery Tour (RM4, 4-27-67) - Brian Epstein at Shea Stadium (8-15-65) - WRIF-FM phone-in with Kevin Howlett (5-82) - Happy Birthday Saturday Club (9-7-63) - Just Like Eddie (inspiration for the above, by Heinz) - Twenty Flight Rock ("Anthology" rough cut) - Ringo on "Cilla" (10-1-70) - "Is Paul Dead?" (WAKY, 11-69) - John on "The Dick Cavett Show" (9-9-71) - Art Of Dying (demo, 5-70) - "Will The Real Mr. Sellers..." (aired 12-18-69) - Bad Boy (mono mix) DinsdaleP Podcast 003 You Know My Name (Look Up The Number) - Phoning The Fab Four - Tom Clay phone call to George (2-25-65) - Long Tall Sally (Paris Olympia 1-16-64) - John phone-in (KHJ, 9-27-74) - Mind Games (Lennon Legend DVD remix) - Twenty-Five Fingers (Paul & Elvis Costello demo 87) - Beatle Chat (Think For Yourself session, 11-8-65) - Aqua Marina ("Stingray" closing theme) - Ringo phone-in (KHJ, 11-19-74) - Photograph (remix #11, 7-73) - "The Beatles Vs. Don Ho" phone giveaway - George phone-in ("Rockline", 2-10-88) - Ain't She Sweet (Anthology, 6-23-94) LINK DinsdaleP Podcast 004 Paul analyzes his relationship with the now-inseparable John and Yoko - dialogue, Twickenham Studios (1-13-69) - You've Got To Hide Your Love Away (take 5, Anthology DVD iso mix) - Long Haired Lady ("James Paul McCartney" outtake, 3-73) - "The Music Of Lennon & McCartney" (11-65) - "The Kenny Everett Show" (6-6-68) - Traveling Wilburys "Volume 3" ad - Nowhere To Go (George & Bob Dylan runthrough, 4-70) - Surprise Surprise (Sweet Bird Of Paradox) (rehearsal, 7-13-74) - "Where It's At" (BBC, 11-25-67) - Hippy Hippy Shake ("Saturday Club", 1-7-64) - Don't Let Me Down (stereo rooftop composite, 1-30-69) - "Tonight Show" (8-22-66 during Brian Epstein's guest appearance) - London Town (studio rehearsal, "Count Down 77", 2-77) DinsdaleP Podcast 005 George talks to Swedish Radio in October 1987 - George interview for Sweden (ca. 10-20-87) - Something (iso-based stereo remix) - Allen Klein takes credit ("The Beatles Story", part 10) - I Feel Fine (BBC studio session, 11-17-64) - While My Guitar Gently Weeps (take 40, 9-5-68) - Goodnight Vienna (rough mix) - I Saw Her Standing There (Blokker afternoon, 6-6-64) - "Pop Go The Beatles" (9-3-63) - You Really Got A Hold On Me (stereo sync mix from Nagra & Barrett tapes, 1-26-69) - "Hullabaloo" (1-3-66) - Day Tripper (take 1, 10-16-65) - Glad All Over ("Clock", 9-71) - Get It (Paul & Carl Perkins, 4-27-93) - Lend Me Your Comb ("Clock", 9-71) DinsdaleP Podcast 006 Beatles By The Numbers (November 2nd, 2005): - This One (alternate take, 3-87) - Apple Studios Test Tape (1-69) - Two Of Us (rehearsal, 1-25-69) - Jim Stagg interview (San Francisco, 8-31-65) - Three Cool Cats (Decca audition, 1-1-62) - The Red-Knitted Sweater Song (Kenwood demo) - When I'm Sixty-Four (Yellow Submarine DVD iso mix) - I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside (Paul, Westcliff-On-Sea, 7-19-91) - Five Feet High And Rising (rehearsal, 1-31-69) - Ringo Rotogravure interview (6-76) - Six O'Clock (insert remix #2, 7-73) - B Mitchel Reed (KMET, 1-70) - Seven Deadly Sins (rough mix) - Paul & Long John Wade (New York, 8-64) - Eight Days A Week (iso-based stereo remix) - John & Yoko wedding report (3-20-69) - #9 Dream (demo) - We'll Meet Again (Paul, 2SM Radio, 10-17-75) LINK
12 X 5 is the second American album by The Rolling Stones released in 1964 following the massive success of their debut The Rolling Stones in the UK and the promising sales of its American substitute England's Newest Hit Makers. Not surprisingly, 12 X 5 followed its predecessor's tendency to largely feature R&B covers, however it does contain three compositions from the still-developing Mick Jagger/Keith Richards songwriting team, as well as two group compositions under the pseudonym of "Nanker Phelge"
01 - Around And Around 02 - Confessin' The Blues 03 - Empty Heart 04 - Time Is On My Side 05 - Good Times Bad Times 06 - It's All Over Now 07 - 2120 South Michigan Avenue 08 - Under The Boardwalk 09 - Congratulations 10 - Grown Up Wrong 11 - If You Need Me 12 - Susie Q
Live performances 1964-69 at the Ed Sullivan Show 01 - Around And Around 02 - Time Is On My Side 03 - Last Time 04 - Little Red Rooster 05 - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love 06 - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction 07 - As Tears Go By 08 - 19Th Nervous Breakdown 09 - Paint It Black 10 - Lady Jane 11 - Have You Seen Your Mother Baby Standing In The Shadow 12 - Ruby Tuesday 13 - Let's Spend The Nighttime Together 14 - Gimme Shelter 15 - Love In Vain 16 - Honky Tonk Woman
In June 1964, The Rolling Stones, seeking to emulate the sound of their legendary blues heroes, came to Chicago to record at the Chess studio; the studio produced half of the tracks on their LP, 12X5, one of the songs on which was titled in tribute ‘2120 South Michigan Avenue.’ The Rolling Stones subsequently recorded about 20 more tracks at Chess during 1964-65.
01 - It's All Over Now 02 - I Can't Be Satisfied 03 - Stewed And Keefed 04 - Time Is On My Side (Ver 1) 05 - Good Times, Bad Times 06 - Don't Lie To Me 07 - Around And Around 08 - 2120 South Michigan Avenue (Ver 1) 09 - Empty Heart 10 - Down In The Bottom 11 - Reelin' And Rockin' 12 - Down The Road Apiece 13 - High Heeled Sneakers 14 - Look What You've Done 15 - Confessin' The Blues 16 - 2120 South Michigan Avenue (Ver 2) 17 - If You Need Me 18 - Tell Me Baby (How Many More Times) 19 - Time Is On My Side (Ver 2) 20 - Little Red Rooster 21 - What A Shame 22 - Fanny Mae 23 - Mercy Mercy 24 - That's How Strong My Love Is 25 - The Under-Assistant West Coast Promo Man 26 - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Bonus track)
This 2 disc set comprises the long lost session recordings the Rolling Stones made especially for British BBC radio between 1963-1965. They are in chronological order and as complete as possible. Every effort was made to track down the best sources, be it from the BBC archoives or from avid fans who taped those shows off the radio in the early 60's. This was necessary since the BBC itself erased mos of its programmes as in those days they were not considered worthwhile enough for preservation. The tapes were equalized, de-noised, de-clicked and speed-corrected in order to make the overall sound quality as perfect as can be. Disc 1 01 - Come On 02 - Memphis Tennessee 03 - Roll Over Beethoven 04 - Ain't That Loving You 05 - Don't Lie To Me 06 - Mona 07 - Walking The Dog 08 - Bye Bye Johnny 09 - I Wanna Be Your Man 10 - You Better Move On 11 - Roll Over Beethoven 12 - Beautiful Delilah 13 - Route 66 14 - Cops & Robbers 15 - You Better Move On 16 - Mona 17 - Hi-Heel Sneakers 18 - Little By Little 19 - I Just Want To Make Love To You 20 - I'm Moving On 21 - Not Fade Away 22 - Walking The Dog 23 - I Just Want To Make Love To You 24 - Beautiful Delilah 25 - Hi-Heel Sneakers 26 - Carol Disc 2 01 - Meet Me In The Bottom 02 - You Can Make It If You Try 03 - Route 66 04 - Confessinthe Blues 05 - Down The Road Apiece 06 - It's All Over Now 07 - If You Need Me 08 - Confessin The Blues 09 - Carol 10 - Mona 11 - Around And Around 12 - If You Need Me 13 - I Can T Be Satisfied 14 - Crackin Up 15 - 2120 South Michigan Avenue 16 - Down The Road Apiece 17 - Interview With Mick And Brian 18 - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love 19 - The Last Time 20 - Mercy Mercy 21 - Oh Baby We Got A Good Thing Going 22 - The Spider And The Fly 23 - Satisfaction 24 - Cry To Me 25 - Fanny Mae LINK
Recorded at IBC Studios, Portland Place, London, March 11, 1963. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts and Ian Stewart (piano) 01 - Diddley Daddy 02 - Roadrunner 03 - Bright Lights, Big City 04 - Baby What's Wrong 05 - I Want To Be Loved LINK
Although the kind of Rolling Stones fan who buys this will almost inevitably already have a good portion of the music on other bootlegs, this CD boot is a good compilation of obscure 1961-1964 recordings, mostly taken from 1964 BBC sessions. Twenty-four of these 32 cuts come from such BBC sources, but what will pique the hardcore Stones aficionado's interest the most are the first eight tracks, which have rarely if ever before surfaced. The first four songs are labeled as dating from a tape of Little Boys Blue, a just-pre-Rolling Stones lineup of the group, recorded (probably at a private rehearsal) in late 1961. Dick Taylor (later of the Pretty Things), guitarist Bob Beckwith, and Allen Etherington (on maracas) were also part of Little Boys Blue on this recording, according to the cover. While the track listings are vague as to what actual future members of the Stones also participated, it's certain that Mick Jagger's on lead vocals, and virtually certain that Keith Richards is on one of the guitars. These are the very earliest Rolling Stones recordings to have appeared on a bootleg. The recording is crude, and the accompaniment primitive (particularly the drums, which aren't even included on all the tracks). Yet the similarity to what the Stones would become is unmistakable, with Jagger's singing sounding almost exactly similar to his style on the earliest Stones records, and a Chuck Berry chug already present in the guitars, though the rudimentary amplification produces some odd fiddle-like sounds.
01 Little Queenie 02 Beautiful Delilah 03 Down The Road Apiece 04 I Ain't Got You 05 Leave Me Alone 06 Goodbye Girl 07 It Should Be You 08 That Girl Belongs To Yesterday 09 Ain't That Loving You Baby 10 Don't Lie To Me 11 Mona 12 Walking The Dog 13 Bye Bye Johnny 14 I Wanna Be Your Man 15 Roll Over Beethoven 16 Little By Little 17 I Just Want To Make Love To You 18 I'm Moving On 19 Not Fade Away 20 Beautiful Delilah 21 High Heeled Sneakers 22 Meet Me In The Bottom 23 You Can Make It If You Try 24 Route 66 25 Confessin' The Blues 26 Down The Road Apiece 27 It's All Over Now 28 If You Need Me 29 Carol 30 Around And Around 31 I Can't Be Satisfied 32 Crackin' Up