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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

40 comments:

  1. 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

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  2. 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!!

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

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  4. Thank you kindly.
    dr blues

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

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  6. Thanks for another great rip Prof!

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  7. VEry nice Professor! Thank you.

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

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  9. 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.

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

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

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  12. 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.

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  13. Killer stuff! Thank you.

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

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  15. 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!

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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  24. hey now! many thanks as always, Professor!

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  25. Thank You !
    Impressive, as always.

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  26. Thank You very much!!!

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  27. Thanks very much - always a treat to see a new PS post.

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  28. Thanks - very interesting!

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  29. Really dig that you've done this! Big thanks to you!!

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