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Post by white man » 17 Mar 2014, 8:12pm

Are there any live versions of this where Mick plays the original guitar outro as per GEER.
All the versions i've heard seem to be in an improvised style and its such a beautiful solo, one of Micks finest. Very easy to play as well.

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Post by biopunk » 18 Mar 2014, 2:46am

Interesting question. It does seem to get embellished or lost in the mixes a lot.

First played live in 1978 at the Friars, Aylesbury?


The 1981/6/09 Bond's, show is too bass-heavy...
The 1979/2/13 show, Agora, Cleveland, Ohio, USA. [Pearl Harbour Tour] is the only one I have that is close (if still slightly fx-ish...)
Chewing oot a rhythm on my bubblegum

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Re: Stay Free

Post by white man » 18 Mar 2014, 3:45am

biopunk wrote:Interesting question. It does seem to get embellished or lost in the mixes a lot.

First played live in 1978 at the Friars, Aylesbury?


The 1981/6/09 Bond's, show is too bass-heavy...
The 1979/2/13 show, Agora, Cleveland, Ohio, USA. [Pearl Harbour Tour] is the only one I have that is close (if still slightly fx-ish...)
Cheers mate. Its very close till he goes off on one at the end. :mrgreen:

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Re: Stay Free

Post by white man » 04 Feb 2018, 3:44pm

In answer to my own post. After 4 year i've just realised that its on Sound System Live from The Lyceum.

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