60s - stereo remixes & processed 'stereo'

Edit for headphones. Source of the edit is the song on the 1969 album "Barabajagal" (2005 EMI Remaster).
This song was the a-side to "Atlantis" in the USA, where it charted #7 most likely because of all that was going on concerning the Vietnam war.

TO SUSAN ON THE WEST COAST WAITING
(Donovan Leitch)

dear Susan,I know, you love me so
but I want to hear, it in my ear
you know I'd be there, working at my craft
had it not been, for the draft
dry up your tear, and feel no fear
you're here with me, like I'm there with you

to Susan on the West Coast waiting
from Andy in Vietnam fighting
to Susan on the West Coast waiting
from Andy in Vietnam fighting

I'm writing a note, beneath a tree
the smell of the rain, on the greenery
our fathers have painfully lost their way
that's why my love, I'm here today
hear me when I say, there will come a day
when Kings will know and love can grow

to Susan on the West Coast waiting
from Andy in Vietnam fighting
to Susan on the West Coast waiting
from Andy in Vietnam fighting

to Susan on the West Coast waiting
from Andy in Vietnam fighting
to Susan on the West Coast waiting
from Andy in Vietnam fighting

Susan, I know, you love me so
but I'd like to hear, it in my ear
you know I'd be there, working at my craft
had it not been, for the draft
dry up your tear, and feel no fear
you're here with me like I'm there with you

to Susan on the West Coast waiting
from Andy in Vietnam fighting
to Susan on the West Coast waiting
from Andy in Vietnam fighting
to Susan on the West Coast waiting
from Andy supposedly hating
to Susan on the West Coast waiting
from Andy in Vietnam fighting

Note:
Now we're on Vietnam:
I saw a documentary about Indonesia and the Japan nuclear bombing.
Between 129,000 and 226,000 people were killed, says Wikipedia.
In the documentary it was stated that the Japanese emperial command had decided to give the order to kill all prisoners in the concentration camps.
In Indonesia over a hundred thousand people would have been murdered if this command would have reached the Japanese army there.
Due to the nuclear bombing this horrible war crime was never committed...
The command never reached the forces abroad...
Gives a different insight...

Edit 1b for headphones. A song from the beautiful album "Flowers". Harpsichord: Brian Jones. Guitars: Brian Jones (lead) & Keith Richards (rhythm). Percussion: Charlie Watts & Brian Jones. Lead vocals: Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Backing vocals: Keith Richards. An "Aftermath" sessions' song that was released on the album "Flowers". Source file of the edit is a Japanese cd, the 2006 remastered mini lp "Flowers" [uicy-93025].

SITTIN' ON A FENCE
(Jagger/Richards)

since I was young I've been very hard to please
and I don't know wrong from right
but there is one thing I could never understand
some of the sick things that a girl does to a man, so

I'm just sittin' on a fence
a'you can say I got no sense
trying to make up my mind really is too horrifying
so I'm sittin on a fence

all of my friends at school grew up and settled down
and they mortgaged up their lives
one thing's not said too much, but I think it's true
they just get married cause there's nothing else to do, so

I'm just sittin' on a fence
a'you can say I got no sense
trying to make up my mind really is too horrifying
so I'm sittin on a fence

I'm just sittin' on a fence
a'you can say I got no sense
trying to make up my mind really is too horrifying
so I'm sittin on a fence

the day can come when you get old and sick and tired of life
you just never realize
maybe the choice you made wasn't really right
but you go out and you don't come back at night, so

I'm just sittin' on a fence
a'you can say I got no sense
trying to make up my mind really is too horrifying
so I'm sittin on a fence

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Edit for headphones, July 2021, an edit to show how bass distortion sounds... sorry, couldn't resist messing this song up with a lot of bass. A real great song from the 1967 album "Buffalo Springfield Again" that didn't need any editing, it is a very well done mix, so: sorry.
A "real huge" charts hit in 1968: wow, #98 on the USA Billboard Hot 100. Did you ever get YOUR song that high? Producer Jack Nitzsche (who also contributed to the album "Harvest") played electric piano and also provided the orchestral arrangement featuring a string section plus an oboe. So it is a true Jack Nitzsche work of art too. I think this song is a masterpiece.

By the time Buffalo Springfield came to record their second album "Buffalo Springfield Again" they were less a group than a collection of individuals. Neil Young wrote and recorded this song with the 'Wrecking Crew': Carol Kaye on bass, Russ Tillman on rhythm, Hal Blaine on drums and Don Randi on piano.

EXPECTING TO FLY
(Neil Young)

there you stood on the edge of your feather
expecting to fly
while I laughed, I wondered whether
I could wave goodbye
knowin' that you'd gone

by the summer it was healing
we had said goodbye
all the years we'd spent with feeling
ended with a cry
babe, ended with a cry
babe, ended with a cry

I tried so hard to stand
as I stumbled and fell to the ground
so hard to laugh as I fumbled
and reached for the love I found
knowin' it was gone

if I ever lived without you
now you know I'd die
if I ever said I loved you
now you know I'd try
babe, now you know I'd try
babe, now you know I'd try
babe

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edit (hyde park) for headphones. more of Bill's bass. and "stereo-ish"...
the hyde park concert of 1969, that I then recorded with a microphone straight from Dutch television, while my parents were watching too... old folks, ahead of their time... or just tolerant... (bad humming noise from tv by the way, I lost the tape years ago)

Edit for headphones of the mono single version. Wider sound, more bass.
The edit is made from the mono single version of the cd "The Fortunes - The Singles" (1999) which holds a far better version than the mellow slimy stereo remake that is all over the web.

This song was their seventh single and a 1966 UK no 15 hit and a Dutch no 8 hit.

Sung by The Fortunes, music by session musicians...

THIS GOLDEN RING
(Roger Greenaway and Roger Cook)

This golden ring's gonna buy me
A place in my baby's heart
This golden ring's gonna make
Quite sure that we never part

It's so funny what a ring can do
Make a girl just like you
Take a ride downtown
Searching for a wedding gown
So I got a ring for my baby
And I think that very soon that maybe
That girl will be mine
Gonna have an angel divine
And everything is gonna be fine, so fine

This golden ring is all I have
To give to you
But given time and love
I'll make your dreams come true

I've been a-sitting on my money
I've been a-working hard girl
Only with you on my mind
We got more than money
We got a love that's gonna last us

It's so funny what a ring can do
Make a girl just like you
Take a ride downtown
Searching for a wedding gown
So I got a ring for my baby
And I think that very soon that maybe
That girl will be mine
Gonna have an angel divine
And everything is gonna be fine, so fine
Fine...

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Edit (live rsg) for headphones. Live on British music tv show "Ready, Steady, Go!" Friday, September 2, 1965. The first and the last verse were omitted to please the retarded British studio suits, with their impatient narrow minded empty heads... for if a song that lasts 129 seconds is considered too long, then you definitely have lost contact with reality... *
The song was recorded November 2 & 3, 1964 and released in the US on February 12, 1965 on the album "The Rolling Stones, Now!" In the UK September 24, 1965 on "Out Of Our Heads".

Electric guitar & piano: Brian Jones. Vocals: Mick Jagger. Electric guitar: Keith Richards. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts.

OH BABY (WE GOT A GOOD THING GOIN')(short tv version)
(Barbara Lynn Ozen) **

they may talk all about me
and scandalize my name, oh no
but deep down inside me, baby
I know I'm the only man
so don't worry 'bout me baby
'cause I'm right here at home
oh baby, oh baby, we got a good thing goin'

so maybe I knew her, once upon a time
but that's all in the past babe
baby let me know you're mine, all mine, all mine

no matter how she wants me
I'm not going nowhere, oh no
I'm gonna stick right here, babe
I know how much you care
so don't worry 'bout me baby
'cause I'm right here at home
oh baby, oh baby, we got a good thing goin'

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* British tv has - up to this day - a history of evil... there's that mass rapist Jimmy Savile, who, undisturbed by his fellow British tv buddies (and it is officially acknowledged by British police) could live a

Edit for headphones, December 2021. I know three versions of this song. I like this version the best, I call it the delicate version; it is on cd two — entitled "Topanga 1 (1968-1969)" — of the eight cd box set "Neil Young Archives Vol. 1 (1963-1972)". A mono version of "Birds" is on cd four, entitled "Topanga 2 (1969-1970)". The best known version probably is the one on the album "After The Gold Rush".

I especially like Neil's tender voice & the change in rhythm during the lines "and show you the way to go" that is not or hardly noticable on the "Gold Rush" version.

I think this song very much relates to the John Sebastian song "You Go Your Way And I'll Go Mine", another song — I think — about divorce. Neil Young's mono version on cd four is much shorter (99 seconds), it ends after the first two verses with the lines "it's over" "it's over", emphasizing the feeling of loneliness...

BIRDS
(Neil Young)

lover there will be another one
who'll hover over you beneath the sun
tomorrow see the things that never come
today

when you see me
fly away without you
shadow on the things you know
feathers fall around you
and show you the way to go

it's over
it's over

nestled in your wings my little one
is special morning brings another sun
tomorrow see the things that never come
today

when you see me
fly away without you
shadow on the things you know
feathers fall around you
and show you the way to go

it's over
it's over

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®© therock&rollingsixties

Edit for headphones. Enjoy. Play it loud!
First recorded on September 23, 1963, never released officially.
Source file of the edit is from the bootleg cd "Genuine Blackbox".
Electric guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards. Lead vocals: Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts.

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ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN
(Chuck Berry - 1956 hit single)

I'm gonna write a little letter,
gonna mail it to my local DJ.
It's a rockin' rhythm record
I want my jockey to play.
Roll Over Beethoven, I gotta hear it again today.

You know, my temperature's risin'
and the jukebox blows a fuse.
My heart's beatin' rhythm
and my soul keeps on singin' the blues.
Roll Over Beethoven and tell Tschaikowsky the news.

I got the rockin' pneumonia,
I need a shot of rhythm and blues.
I think I'm rollin' arthiritis
sittin' down by the rhythm review.
Roll Over Beethoven rockin' in two by two.

Well, if you feel you like it
go get your lover, then reel and rock it.
Roll it over and move on up just
a trifle further and reel and rock it,
roll it over,
Roll Over Beethoven rockin' in two by two.

Well, early in the mornin' I'm a-givin' you a warnin'
don't you step on my blue suede shoes.
Hey diddle diddle, I am playin' my fiddle,
ain't got nothin' to lose.
Roll Over Beethoven and tell Tschaikowsky the news.

You know she wiggles like a glow worm,
dance like a spinnin' top.
She got a crazy partner,
oughta see 'em reel and rock.
Long as she got a dime the music will never stop.

Roll Over Beethoven,
Roll Over Beethoven,
Roll Over Beethoven,
Roll Over Beethoven,
Roll Over Beethoven and dig these rhythm and blues!

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Edit for headphones. This is my attempt to get the stereo album version sound single-ish by means of a phaser effect. From the album "Picturesque Matchstickable Messages From The Status Quo" (deluxe edition)(remaster). The single was released in November 1968, but withdrawn in the UK. Though for several weeks in the Dutch tip parade (a pre charts thing) it didn't reach the charts in Holland, nor anywhere on earth. Strange, for I like it very very much.

Here is real great - dubbed - "live" video with my edit in it, on the channel of Omegaman69:
https://youtu.be/WJSttZS4iEM

Status Quo are a British rock group who are best known in home country for their heads-down twelve-bar boogie rock which they have played since the 1970s. They enjoyed 22 Top 10 hits in the UK between 1968 and 1990, including one chart-topper in 1974's "Down Down." Their biggest American hit was the psychedelic "Pictures Of Matchstick Men," which reached #12 in 1968.

TECHNICOLOR DREAMS
(Anthony King)*

I see your face at the dawn of the day, gold as the sun begins to shine
I see your face now at the end of the day, purple shadows dancing in your eyes.

Technicolour dreams are all I see
Technicolour dreams of you and me

I see your shadow tripping through a silver glade, tiptoeing over crimson sand
Luring me onwards into a sea of jade, leading me gently by the hand

Technicolour dreams are all I see
Technicolour dreams of you and me

If I could escape through the windows of my mind
I would fly to your magic mountain land
There we would stay 'til the world had passed away
With a love only we could understand

Technicolour dreams are all I see
Technicolour dreams of you and me

I see your face at the dawn of the day, gold as the sun begins to shine
I see your face now at the end of the day, purple shadows dancing in your eyes

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* Anthony King (real name Anthony Frederick Lilly), a British songwriter and arranger, active since ca. 1960s. Aliases: Ian Langley.

Edit 2 for headphones, December 2020. Source of this edit is the song on the album "Between The Buttons" (US version)(Japanese mini lp remaster 2006)(uicy-93023).
Recorded August 3 - 11, 1966, released on "Between the Buttons" in February of 1967. The album cover photo was taken in the misty dawn of Primrose hill, London, winter 1966.
Electric guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards. Lead vocals: Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Piano: Ian Stewart. Drums: Charlie Watts. Backing vocals: Keith Richards. Mellotron/organ: probably Brian Jones (clearly audible at the left, especially starting at 2:29 and also earlier and later)(this was handed to me by a guy from Callampa Producciones with an excellent hearing: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNR2zEHFmMl_iITp8FGMlKw ).

MY OBSESSION
(Jagger/Richards)

my obsession
your possessions
every piece that I can get
my obsessions are
your possessions
my mouth is soaking wet
I think I blew it now, confession

can't dodge it, it's simple logic
you'd be better off with me and you'll know it
when you lost it, lonely

my obsession are
your possesion
are you smiling on my way
my obsession are
your possession
one that you should give away
give it to me now i've no objection

I don't mind if it's unkind
and it's not my property
but I want it just to be mine, exclusively

oooh baby, ooh baby
oooh baby, oooh baby
oooh baby, oooh baby
oooh baby, oooh baby

aaahhhh

you need teaching you're a girl
there are things in this world
that need teaching with discretion, my profession

my obsessions are
your possessions
are you used to the idea
my obsessions are
your possessions
do you feel at home right here
you should relax it's my impression

didn't see you were so young
I could almost be your son
please turn in my direction, no objection

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Not an edit. This is the (shorter) single version of the song. The song is a portrait of a poor-born girl who becomes a member of the European jet set. The song topped the charts in 14 countries. #60 in the USA. It was also awarded the 1970 Ivor Novello Award for Best Song Musically and Lyrically.

The song was not originally intended to be a single. Peter: "I wanted to write a long, extended piece because I was working in folk clubs and universities, and Al Stewart had something that was half an hour long and Bob Dylan's "Sad Eyed Lady Of The Lowlands" took a whole side of an album. "Where Do You Go To My Lovely" was my first attempt at writing something longer than my normal three minutes. It was amazingly easy to write, but I knew what I wanted to say. I wanted to say something about this particular person, although it wasn't about anyone specific."

WHERE DO YOU GO TO (MY LOVELY)
(Peter Sarstedt)

you talk like Marlene Dietrich and you dance like Zizi Jeanmaire
your clothes are all made by Balmain
and there's diamonds and pearls in your hair, yes there are

you live in a fancy apartment off the Boulevard St. Michel
where you keep your Rolling Stones records
and a friend of Sacha Distel, 'yes you do

»  not on the single version:
»  (you go to the embassy parties where you talk in Russian and Greek
»  and the young men who move in your circles
»  they hang on every word you speak, yes they do)

but where do you go to my lovely, when you're alone in your bed
tell me the thoughts that surround you I want to look inside your head, yes I do

I've seen all your qualifications, you got from the Sorbonne
and the painting you stole from Picasso
your loveliness goes on and on, yes it does

'when you go on your summer vacation, you go to Juan-les-Pines
with your carefully designed topless swimsuit
you get an even suntan on your back and on your legs

and when the snow falls, you're found in St. Moritz 'with the others of the jet-set
and you sip your Napoleon Brandy but you never get your lips wet, no you don't

but where do you go to my lovely, when you're alone in your bed
'won't you tell me the thoughts that surround you, I want to look inside your head, yes I do

»  not on the single version:
»  (you're in between 20 and 30, a very desirable age
»  your body is firm and inviting, 'but you live on a glittering stage, yes you do, yes you do)

your name, it is heard in high places, you know the Aga Khan
he sent you a racehorse for Christmas and you keep it, just for fun, for a laugh aha-ha-ha

they say that when you get married, it'll be to a millionaire
'but they don't realize where you came from
and I wonder if they really care, or give a damn

where do you go to my lovely, when you're alone in your bed?
tell me the thoughts that surround you, I want to look inside your head, yes I do

I remember the back streets of Naples, two children begging in rags
both touched with a burning ambition, to

Edit 1b for headphones (better synchro, blurred counter). Dubbed video, not the best quality, sorry. The Rolling Stones on "Big Beat '65", an Australian TV show, Melbourne, 29 januari 1965. Notice Brian Jones singing backing vocals (and doing the whistling). The performance was all mimed, so I decided to try and process the sound a bit. Hope you like it.

The song was recorded on January 3, 1964. Released on the first UK studio album "The Rolling Stones", release date: April 17, 1964. Also on the first US studio album "England's Newest Hit Makers, The Rolling Stones", release date: May 29, 1964.

Vocal harmony: Brian Jones *. Whistling: Brian Jones. Electric guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards. Lead vocals: Mick Jagger. Drums: Charlie Watts. Bass: Bill Wyman.

* Unlike most Stones' recordings, the songs features harmony vocals on the chorus solely by Brian Jones (most early Stones songs feature both Keith Richards and Bill Wyman on backing vocals) making their recording of the song unique among their catalogue.

WALKING THE DOG
(Rufus Thomas)

baby back dressed in black
silver buttons all down her back
high hose, tippy toes
she broke the needle and she can sew

walking the dog
I'm just a walking the dog
if you don't know how to do it
I'll show you how to walk the dog
c'mon now c'mon

I asked mother for fifteen cents
a'see a elephant jump the fence
a jumped so high, touched the skies
didn't get back 'til a quarter to five

walking the dog
I'm just a walking the dog
if you don't know how to do it
I'll show you how to walk the dog
c'mon c'mon now

tell me Mary, what's your twelve
how does your garden grow
what with silver bells and cockle shells
and pretty maids all in a row

walking the dog
I'm just a walking the dog
if you don't know how to do it
I'll show you how to walk the dog
c'mon now c'mon

baby, back dressed in black
silver buttons all down her back
high hose, tippy toes
she broke the needle and she can sew

walking the dog
I'm just a walking the dog
if you don't know how to do it
I'll show you how to walk the dog
c'mon now c'mon

a yeah, a jjjust a walking
a jjjust a walking, a jjjust a walking
now, if you don't know how to do it
I'll show you how to walk the dog
c'mon now c'mon
if you don't know how to do it
I'll show you how to walk the dog
c'mon now
if you don't know how to do it
I'll show you how to walk the dog

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Performance of March 14, 1964 in the NBC Television Studios, Burbank, California. Beach Boys were Mike Love, Dennis Wilson, Al Jardine, Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson. Setlist that day was:
1. Fun, Fun, Fun 0:50
2. Long Tall Texan 03:04
introducing the band 05:18
3. Little Deuce Coupe 06:59
4. Surfer Girl 08:01
5. Monster Mash (not released on dvd)
6. Surfin' USA 10:30
7. Shut Down 12:47
8. In My Room 14:28
9. Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow 16:46
10. Hawaii 19:11

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Edit 1 (alt.vers.) for headphones of one of the studio takes, from the bootleg "Genuine Black Box" by Scorpio.
Official version was recorded March 25, 1968. Released on "Beggars Banquet" in 1968.
Harmonica: Brian Jones. Guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards. Lead vocals: Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts.

PARACHUTE WOMAN
(Jagger/Richards)

parachute woman, land on me tonight
parachute woman, land on me tonight
I'll break big in New Orleans
and I'll overspill in Caroline

parachute woman, join me for a ride
parachute woman, join me for a ride
I'll make my blow in Dallas
and get hot again in half the time

parachute woman, will you blow me out?
parachute woman, will you blow me out?
well, my heavy throbbers itchin'
just to lay a solorhy rhythm down

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Edit 2 for headphones. The first video of this song had so many pictures, rushing by so fast, I decided yo use the video again, but with the song two times in it, so that you can watch in a more relaxed way... This song is on the deluxe edition of the album "Lola Versus Powerman And The Moneygoround · Part One & Percy". (Sanctuary Records BMG14020.)
It is also on cd five of the 2014 album "The Anthology 1964-1971", a 5 cd box, remastered. (Sanctuary Records – 88875021542.) The song is also on the album "Percy".
This song is a soundtrack from the film "Percy".

THE WAY LOVE USED TO BE
(Ray Davies)

I know a place not far from here
it's not far away love, but if you come
I know a place where we'll be 'lone
and we'll talk of love, the way love used to be

I know a place not far away
and we'll find a way through the city streets
we'll find a way through the mad rushing crowd
and we'll talk about the way love used to be

I know a place not far from here
it's not far away love, but if you come
I know a place where we'll be 'lone
and we'll talk about the way love used to be

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The Kingdom of God is coming. The Kingdom of God has come near to you, reader. You can now enter it, this Kingdom of peace and love. It is a few words away from you: "Christ Jesus, I believe in You, please come into my life." You can say that right now, at this very moment...

Remix for headphones, November 2021. Source file is song 23 "Acid In The Grass" from the bootleg cd "Acid In The Grass". Label: Ghostrider, catalogue number: 2015 GHR 14.
A studio take from the song "In Another Land", composed by Bill Wyman.

On the official release of this song the "personnel" were:
Bill Wyman – lead vocals, bass, piano, Hammond organ
Mick Jagger – backing vocals
Keith Richards – acoustic guitar, backing vocals
Brian Jones – Mellotron, sound effects
Charlie Watts – drums
Nicky Hopkins – harpsichord
Ronnie Lane – backing vocals
Steve Marriott – backing vocals

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Edit for headphones. Released in February 1968 this was a US #2 hit, Canada #3, Belgium #4, Germany #14 UK #15. Spooner Oldham (his photo is the thumbnail of this video) explained in an interview how the song came to be: Dan Penn was producing The Box Tops, he had produced a #1 record called "The Letter". He recorded that in Memphis when he and I were both living there. So he calls me one day and says, "Spooner, will you help me try to write a song for Alex (Chilton) and the Box Tops?" He says, "People have sent me some songs, but I don't think any of them really fit. This record company's been after me about three weeks for a follow-up single." And I said, "Sure, I'll try to help write a song for you." We got together in the studio one evening with our little notes of our five or ten best ideas or titles. We each pulled one out and they eventually ended up in the garbage.

The next morning, we were getting tired and decided to call it quits. So we locked the doors, turned out the lights in the studio, turned off the instruments. Went across the street to the little café - name was Porky's or something like that - and ordered breakfast. I remember I was putting my head on the table. There was nobody in there, I don't think, but us and the cook. And I tiredly put my head on the table, my arms under my head, just for a few seconds. Then I lifted my head up and looked at Dan, and because I felt sorry that he needed another record and we were no help to each other that evening, I said, "Dan, I could just cry like a baby." And he says, "What did you say?" And I said it again. He says, "I like that." So unbeknownst to me, we had a song started. By the time we walked across the street back to the studio, we had the first verse written. When we got in, he turned on the lights and the recorder, and I turned on the Hammond organ. He got his guitar out, and we put on a quarter-inch 90-minute tape, and we finished the song, just recorded a demo.

The next day or two in the morning Alex Chilton came in. I was so tired and weary I didn't know what we had, if anything. I played the little tape demo to him and he smiled and reached out his hand, shook my hand, so I knew he liked it, anyway. And then we got in the studio and recorded it shortly, I think that day.

The electric sitar was played by session guitarist Reggie Young. Spooner Oldham played keyboards. Alex Chilton was 17 years old when he and the band recorded this song.

CRY LIKE A BABY
(Dan Penn and Dewey Lindon "Spooner" Oldham)

when I think about the good love you gave me
I cry like a baby

living without you is driving me crazy
I cry like a baby

well, I know now, that you're not a plaything
not a toy, or a puppet on a string

as I look back on a love so sweet
I cry like a baby

oh, every road is a lonely street
I cry like a baby

I know now that you're not a plaything
not a toy, or a puppet on a string

today we passed on the street, and y

Edit (tami)for headphones. The Rolling Stones on the TAMI show 1964.
T.A.M.I. Show is a 1964 concert film released by American International Pictures. It includes performances by numerous popular rock and roll and R&B musicians from the United States and England. The concert was held at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium on October 28 and 29, 1964. Free tickets were distributed to local high school students. The acronym "T.A.M.I." was used inconsistently in the show's publicity to mean both "Teenage Awards Music International" and "Teen Age Music International".

The best footage from each of the two concert dates was edited into the film, which was released on December 29, 1964. Jan and Dean emceed the event and performed its theme song, "Here They Come (From All Over the World)" written by Los Angeles composers P.F. Sloan and Steve Barri. Jack Nitzsche was the show's music director. Nitsche later on worked with the Rolling Stones many times.

In 2006, T.A.M.I. Show was deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the United States Library of Congress and selected for preservation in the National Film Registry. Dick Clark Productions later acquired ownership of the concert from Sargent.

Set list:
Jan and Dean: "(Here They Come) from All Over the World"
Chuck Berry: "Johnny B. Goode", "Maybellene"
Gerry and the Pacemakers: "Maybellene", "Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying", "It's Gonna Be Alright"
Chuck Berry: "Sweet Little Sixteen"
Gerry and the Pacemakers: "How Do You Do It?"
Chuck Berry: "Nadine"
Gerry and the Pacemakers: "I Like It"
(Smokey Robinson and) The Miracles: "That's What Love Is Made Of", "You've Really Got a Hold on Me", "Mickey's Monkey"
Marvin Gaye: "Stubborn Kind of Fellow", "Pride and Joy", "Can I Get a Witness", "Hitch Hike"
Lesley Gore: "Maybe I Know", "You Don't Own Me", "You Didn't Look Around", "Hey Now", "It's My Party", "Judy's Turn to Cry"
Jan and Dean: "The Little Old Lady from Pasadena", "Sidewalk Surfin'"
The Beach Boys: "Surfin' U.S.A.", "I Get Around", "Surfer Girl", "Dance, Dance, Dance"
Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas: "Little Children", "Bad to Me", "I'll Keep You Satisfied", "From a Window"
The Supremes: "When the Lovelight Starts Shining Through His Eyes", "Run, Run, Run", "Baby Love", "Where Did Our Love Go"
The Barbarians: "Hey Little Bird"
James Brown and The Famous Flames: "Out of Sight", "Prisoner of Love", "Please, Please, Please", "Night Train"
The Rolling Stones: "Around and Around", "Off the Hook", "Time Is on My Side", "It's All Over Now", "I'm Alright", "Let's Get Together" "Let's get together" is a non Rolling Stones song, it is performed at the end of the show, when all artists got on stage. After a few minutes the house band took over, among other things with an extensive guitar solo. The (mistitled) video should be here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHlFVUKyrmY

On March 23, 2010, Shout! Factory released T.A.M.I. Sho

edit for headphones. the official release of this one made it to no 16 in the charts in the US
b-side to "Nashville Cats", featuring drummer Joe Butler on lead vocals
source file of this edit is the 1966 album "hums of the lovin' spoonful" (2003 remaster bmg heritage 74465 99732 2)

FULL MEASURE
(John Sebastian/Steve Boone)

the full measure of your giving
you don't yet understand.
a cupful of living
that you hold in your hand.

the full weight of your loving
makes me lighter than air.
the tax I'm receiving,
now I know that it never was there.

it started off just sticking around
with that wonderful feeling from you.
now there's finally someone telling me
I can really give, too.

I know you know the feeling
that getting something for nothing is wrong.
getting love is so easy,
giving love takes so long.

it started off just stickin' around
with that wonderful feeling from you.
now there's finally someone telling me
I can really give, too.

I've heard them saying at Christmas,
now I can say it to you:
the feeling of giving
it's as good as I'm getting from you,
it's as good as I'm getting from you,
it's as good as I'm getting from you,
it's as good as I'm getting from you.

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Edit of vs 2 for headphones. With the BBC Top of the Pops dancers group.
Now don't Lulu and Sue fit in perfectly into this video?
Exactly the kind of dancing this version deserves, don't you think?
This music is from the same tape that was used for "Dick and Dee" and their version of the song, as well as the one by "The Mighty Avengers" etc.
It is a mono tape from Andrew Loog Oldham and his crappy orchestra. This "Stones" version has an organ added on the left and some background singers here (l) and there (r), just to give a stereo effect. (Nicely done, by the way, but I prefer the Stones as backing vocals.)

The cd is "Necrophilia" from the Vinyl Gang, cd nr. vgp-317.

Recorded first in October 1964, rerecorded on September 6 & 7, 1965. Version 1 was released on "December's Children (and everybody's)" (US) in 1965 and in April 1971 on the UK album "Stone Age". Version 2 was released on "Necrophilia" in 1971 or so, but only a few copies of the vinyl exist, for it was stupidly withdrawn by ABKCO. Though various bootlegs are available. You can download them for free with "SoulSeek".

Lead vocals: Mick Jagger.

BLUE TURNS TO GREY
(Jagger/Richards)

So now that she is gone
You won't feel bad for long
For maybe just an hour or just a moment
Of the day

Then blue turns to grey
And try as you may
You just don't feel good
And you know that you will find her, find her, find her

You think you'll have a ball
And you won't care at all
You'll find another girl or maybe more
To pass the time away

Then blue turns to grey
And try as you may
You just don't feel good
And you know that you must find her, find her, find her

guitar solo

Then blue turns to grey
And try as you may
You just don't feel good
And you know that you must find her, find her, find her

She's not home when you call
You walk and go to all
the places where she likes to be
But she has been away

Then blue turns to grey
And try as you may
You just don't feel good
And you know that you won't find her, find her, find her

(blue turns to grey) yeah yeah yeah yeah
(blue turns to grey) mm mm mm mm
(blue turns to grey) o o o yeeh
(blue turns to grey) o o o yeeh
(blue turns to grey) mm mm mm mm
(blue turns to grey) mm mm mm mm

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Edit for headphones. To create a speaker boxes experience.
One of the sixties band that are outstanding. Pity police state America caused the band to fall apart. (Canadian Zal Yanovsky was forced to leave America cause he took some pot.) A nr.9 hit in the US.
About the band: John Benson Sebastian (born March 17, 1944): songwriter, vocals, guitar, harmonica, autoharp, founder of the band. Zalman "Zal" Yanovsky (December 19, 1944 – December 13, 2002): lead guitar, vocals, founder of the band. Steve Boone: bass. Joe Butler: drums, vocals.

DO YOU BELIEVE IN MAGIC
(John sebastian)

Do you believe in magic in a young girl's heart
How the music can free her, whenever it starts
And it's magic, if the music is groovy
It makes you feel happy like an old-time movie
I'll tell you about the magic, and it'll free your soul
But it's like trying to tell a stranger 'bout rock and roll

If you believe in magic don't bother to choose
If it's jug band music or rhythm and blues
Just go and listen it'll start with a smile
It won't wipe off your face no matter how hard you try
Your feet start tapping and you can't seem to find
How you got there, so just blow your mind

If you believe in magic, come along with me
We'll dance until morning 'til there's just you and me
And maybe, if the music is right
I'll meet you tomorrow, sort of late at night
And we'll go dancing, baby, then you'll see
How the magic's in the music and the music's in me

Yeah, do you believe in magic
Yeah, believe in the magic of a young girl's soul
Believe in the magic of'a rock and roll
Believe in the magic that can set you free
Ohh, talking 'bout magic

Do you believe like I believe, do you believe in magic
Do you believe like I believe, do you believe, believer
Do you believe like I believe, do you believe in magic

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Edit 3 for headphones. To try & get that vinyl sound. from the - buy it - yes, legendary album "Aftermath".
Source file is from the remastered cd "Aftermath" Japan mini lp (2006)[uicy-93021] UK version. Vinyl sounds best!
Recorded March 6 - 9, 1966. Released on "Aftermath" in 1966.
Harmonica: Brian Jones. Vocals: Mick Jagger. Acoustic guitar: Keith Richards. Hihat: Charlie Watts. Upright bass: Bill Wyman.

HIGH AND DRY
(Richards/Jagger)

high and dry well, I'm up here with no warning
high and dry well, I couldn't get a word in
high and dry oh, what a way to go
she left me standing here just high and dry

a minute I was up there standing by her side
the next I was down there, well, left out of the ride and
high and dry oh, what a way to go
she left me standing here just high and dry

anythin' I wished for I only had to ask her (yep)
I think she found out it was money I was after
high and dry oh, what a weird letdown
she left me standing here just high and dry
alright

- Brian Jones on harmonica -

it's lucky that I didn't have any love towards her
next time I'll make sure that the girl'll be much poorer
high and dry oh, what a way to go
she left me standing here just high and dry

high and dry well, I'm up here with no warnin' (yep)
high and dry well, I couldn't get a word in
high and dry oh, what a way to go
she left me standin' here just high and dry
well, she left me standin' here just high and dry
well, she left me standin' here just high and dry
hey!

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Edit for headphones. Dave Davies wrote this song for Dave Berry, who had a nr.1 hit with it in Holland in 1965. The Kinks performed this song live in 1965 on the British radio show "Top Of The Pops". I removed the host's chatter. Source of this edit is the song on the Kinks album "The Anthology 1964-1971" (2014 - 5 cd box remastered).

Edit (shine a.l.) for headphones. Bit pumped up drums & bass.
A song from the live album "Shine A Light", recorded 29 October and 1 November 2006, Beacon Theatre, New York City, United States.

I'M FREE
(Jagger/Richards)

I'm free, to do what I want, any old time
I'm free, to do what I want, any old time
So love me, hold me, hold me, hold me
I'm free, to do what I want, any old time

I'm free, to sing my song though it gets out of time
I'm free, to sing my song though it gets out of time
So love me, hold me, hold em, love me
cause I'm free, any old time to get what I want

guitar solo

so love me, hold me, hold me, love me
so I'm free any old time to get what I want

I'm free, to please who I choose, any old time
I'm free, to please who I choose, any old time
So hold me, love me, love me, hold me
Cause I'm free, any old time, to get what I want,
to get what I want
to get what I want
to get what I want

any old time
any old time
any old time

I'm free to get what I want, any old time
yes I'm free to get what I want, any old time
any old time

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Edit for headphones, peace for your neighbours. This song was on the September 1965 EP "Kwyet Kins". Source file of this edit is the version on the bonus cd of the 2011 remastered deluxe edition of the 1965 album "Kinda Kinks" (Universal UMC 275 632-6, Sanctuary Records 275 632-6).

WAIT TILL THE SUMMER COMES ALONG
(Dave Davies)

I've been cryin' all the winter
I've been waiting for some good to come my way
but I'll wait till the summer comes along
dear Lord, have I done so much wrong

how can I go on
wondering what I did wrong
can it be too much to ask?
please, oh please, let it be

if the summer'll come my way,
will I find someone to take the place of pray?
but I'll wait till the summer comes along
dear Lord, tell me what could I've done wrong

can it be that she
never wanted to
break some poor mother's heart?
please, oh please, let it be

I know my summer'll never come
I know I'll cry until my dying day has come
let the winter roll along
I've got nothing left but song

oh, oh, what's happened?
oh, oh, what's happened?

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