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Friday, June 12, 2020

The Rolling Stones - Brown Sugar/Wild Horses (Hot Rocks Mispress)




















CD Quality (16bit/44.1kHz)
pass: profstoned

35 comments:

Anonymous said...

Let me be the first to say Thanks! Always a pleasure to check your site and see something new uploaded. These are true gems!

- JA

warpig said...

Thank you!

Noises From Apt 2A said...

Prof, I saw one of your followers asking for this the other day and WHAM... you've got it and posted it!!
I am amazed by this because I never heard of the Shelly misprint. This is a real eye opener for me. This version of "Wild Horses" is an incredible "fly on the wall" moment for me.
Many Thanks!!

draftervoi said...

Thank you very much! This is another rarity that I didn't even know existed!

Unknown said...

Thank you! ¡Muchas gracias!

Jobe said...

Appreciate this. Thanks

Anonymous said...

Thank you kindly.
dr blues

Unknown said...

Oh, thank You!!!
My rip of this was from a friend's so so lp

anchovyarchives said...

Wow -thank you Prof
AA

SlipperyBob said...

Thanks for another great rip Prof!

onanboy said...

VEry nice Professor! Thank you.

craig said...

Thank you very much!

Michael solof said...

Thank you as always sir for your great effort in only posting the best of the best...and then making them better!!

Ian Coe said...

Always love your work, Prof! I've actually been on the lookout for these recently, so I'm glad you happened to upload them!

Sidebar: Do you know if there are any dedicated mono mixes from the Sticky Fingers era? I've read conflicting things online.

Prof. Stoned said...

Maybe JWB knows?

gsv107 said...

EXCELLENT AS ALWAYS. Stones at their peak. Much appreciated.

DaveF said...

This is so great to A/B with the released versions. Thank you!!

Unknown said...

Many thanks as always!

ThePoodleBites said...

Thanks for sharing this rarity, Prof! I had no idea that these demo versions existed. Pretty cool to hear, though I can understand why they switched to the finalized mixes.

Andy B. said...

Killer stuff! Thank you.

Schmitty76 said...

Thank you Prof! Interesting hearing these perennials in such a stripped-down state

Buzzcut9 said...

Why they didn't go with this version is a mystery to me. This is one of my ALL - TIME favorite Stones songs and I NEVER heard it like this! Absolutely beautiful, actually brought tears to my eyes. As beautiful as this song as always been , I didn't think it could be improved upon. This version is exquisite!! Thank you!

Anonymous said...

THANK YOU!!!!!!!

cgm said...

Thanks! - you can never have too much of the Stones from this period.

Rockin Librarian said...

Thank you, Professor! I hadn't even known about this one!

Aisinwind said...

Thank you! This is some incredible work on incredible music. Thank you so much!

rob said...
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rob said...

Thank you! Shelley was in Huntington, NY, where I grew up, so this is cool to finally hear.

rob said...

Thank you! Shelley was in Huntington, NY, where I grew up, so this is cool to finally hear.

Max2max said...

Thank you for these rarities that I didn't know existed....

Addison said...

Well, that is amazing. They sound great. Thank you, Professor.

MeanMrKite said...

hey now! many thanks as always, Professor!

Stanlish said...

Thank You !
Impressive, as always.

Anonymous said...

Thank you!

JohnM said...

Thank you!

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