Stoned Records

Stoned Records

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Stoned Records flourished for 15 months before they were busted in the summer of 1977. The owner of the label was sent to jail for 4 months and forced to pay compensation to the artist involved. Most of the Stoned releases used original soundboard tapes.
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Cat#  Artist Title (Format) Label Cat#  Country Year
STONED 1 Why Do You Think I'm A Funky Chick ?  album cover Roxy Music Why Do You Think I'm A Funky Chick ?(2xLP, Unofficial) Stoned Records, Stoned Records STONED 1 Sweden 1977 Sell This Version
STONED 2 I Never Talked To Bob Dylan  album cover Patti Smith I Never Talked To Bob Dylan STONED 2 Sweden 1977 Sell This Version
STONED 3 Guitar Hero (The Unreleased Album)  album cover Jimi Hendrix Guitar Hero (The Unreleased Album)(LP, Unofficial) Stoned Records STONED 3 Sweden 1977 Sell This Version
STONED 4 Killing Yorself To Die  album cover Black Sabbath Killing Yorself To Die STONED 4 Sweden 1977 Sell This Version
STONED 5 Invite You To A Night At The Warehouse  album cover Queen Invite You To A Night At The Warehouse(2xLP, Ltd, Unofficial) Stoned Records STONED 5 Sweden 1977 Sell This Version
STONED 6 What Ever Happened To Dick & Steve?  album cover Lou Reed What Ever Happened To Dick & Steve?(LP, Unofficial) Stoned Records STONED 6 Sweden 1977 Sell This Version

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MJG196

MJG196

July 9, 2011
edited over 10 years ago
I saved the info presented on the never-updated Stoned Records webpage:

STONED 1: Roxy Music - Why To You Think I'm A Funky Chick? (double album w/gatefold sleeve)
Recorded live at the Concert House in Stockholm, Sweden, 27 January 1976 (from Swedish tv broadcast)

STONED 2: Patti Smith - I Never Talked To Bob Dylan (single album)
Recorded live at The Concert House in Stockholm, Sweden, 3 October 1976 (from Swedish tv broadcast)

STONED 3: Jimi Hendrix - Guitar Hero (single album)
Recorded for TOP GEAR 1967
(from British radio broadcast)

STONED 4: Black Sabbath - Killing Yourself To Die (double album w/gatefold sleeve)
Recorded live at Olympen in Lund, Sweden, 21 April, 1977 (complete concert)
(audience recording made by myself/Technics RS-686 tape recorder)

STONED 5: Queen - Invite You To A Night At The Warehouse (double album w/gatefold sleeve)
Recorded live at the Broendby Hall in Copenhagen, Denmark, 12 May 1977 (complete concert)
(audience recording made by myself/Technics RS-686 tape recorder)

STONED 6: Lou Reed - What Ever Happened To Dick & Steve? (single album)
Recorded live at the Concert House in Stockholm, Sweden, May 14th 1974 (from Swedish tv broadcast)

The following 4 albums was recorded but they were never released before I get busted in early August 1978 :-(

STONED 7: Electric Light Orchestra (double album w/gatefold sleeve)
Recorded live at the Broendby Hall in Copenhagen, Denmark 1978 (complete concert)
(audience recording made by myself/Technics RS-686 tape recorder)

STONED 8: David Bowie (double album w/gatefold sleeve)
Recorded live at Scandinavium in Gothenburg, Sweden 1978 (complete concert)
(audience recording made by myself/Technics RS-686 tape recorder)

STONED 9: Genesis (triple album w/gatefold sleeve)
Recorded live at Scandinavium in Gothenburg, Sweden 1978 (complete concert)
(audience recording made by myself/Technics RS-686 tape recorder)

STONED 10: Bob Dylan (triple album w/gatefold sleeve)
Recorded live at Scandinavium in Gothenburg, Sweden 1978 (complete concert)
(audience recording made by myself/Technics RS-686 tape recorder)

All albums had FULL COLOR COVERS! All double albums had gatefold sleeves!

A Technics RS-686 was used to record the shows.