The Rolling Stones ‎– Get Yer Ya Ya's Out

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Tracklist

1 Jumpin' Jack Flash 3:13
2 Carol 3:35
3 Stray Cat Blues 3:35
4 Love In Vain 4:50
5 Midnight Rambler 8:32
6 Sympathy For The Devil 5:45
7 Live With Me 2:58
8 Little Queenie 4:10
9 Honky Tonk Woman 3:00
10 Street Fighting Man 3:47

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Recorded at Madison Square Garden, New York Nov. 27 & 28th 1969.

Reissue, originally released in 1970.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SKL 5065 The Rolling Stones Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! - The Rolling Stones In Concert(LP, Album) Decca SKL 5065 UK 1970 Sell This Version
SKLA-5065 The Rolling Stones Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! - The Rolling Stones In Concert(LP, Album, RE) Decca SKLA-5065 Australia 1970 Sell This Version
ESKC 5065 The Rolling Stones Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! - The Rolling Stones In Concert(8-Trk, Album) Decca ESKC 5065 UK 1970 Sell This Version
80054 ACT1T-04216 The Rolling Stones Get Yer Ya Ya's Out(Cass, Album, RM) ABKCO 80054 ACT1T-04216 US 1986 Sell This Version
90052, 18771-9005-2 The Rolling Stones Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!(CD, Album, RE, RM) ABKCO, ABKCO 90052, 18771-9005-2 US 2009 Sell This Version

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LeonardoA

LeonardoA

January 5, 2017
If something exists as the ultimate live album Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out comes (1970) nearby. Everything a rock concert so exciting is there on captured, and more than any plate it is also responsible for the badge of honor by The Rolling Stones: ' the greatest rock and roll band in the world '. The recordings were made during two nights at New York's Madison Square Garden in 1969. The band draws mainly from the material of their (at the time) most recent albums Beggars Banquet and Let It Bleed, but also seizes back to some old farts from the time they the pubs of London, where Chuck Berry made unsafe by as much as two covers is honored. With the what charismaloze but brilliant guitarist Mick Taylor as a replacement for Brian Jones is this may be the most solid occupancy of the group ever. The concert begins smashing with a hard rocking version of Jumping Jack Flash and comes to a head with a swirling version of Midnight Rambler. False tuned guitars (Stray Cat Blues) and Charlie Watts that the beat turn around (the beginning of Little Queenie) wear only but to the loose feel. Even the public comments are literally to mean (' Paint It Black, you devils! '). Many live albums would follow but this remains the ultimate concert registration of the Stones.