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Got Live If You Want It Original recording remastered, Original recording reissued, Hybrid SACD


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  • Audio CD (Nov. 12 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Original recording reissued, Hybrid SACD
  • Label: Abkco/Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B00006AW2Q
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #41,858 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Under My Thumb
2. Get off of My Cloud
3. Lady Jane
4. Not Fade Away
5. I've Been Loving You Too Long
6. Fortune Teller
7. The Last Time
8. 19th Nervous Breakdown
9. Time Is on My Side
10. I'm Alright
11. Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby Standing in the Shadow?
12. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

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RSD. --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By clio on Feb. 23 2004
Format: Audio CD
Right: This album is "obviously not a real concert" - it's obviously culled from assorted 1966 concerts (plus a couple of studio busks), with all the uneven sound quality you'd expect under the circumstances. So is there something wrong with that?!?
As a matter of fact ... there's plenty wrong with that (and the album title is fair warning, so don't blame the Stones!). Live roots rock in the 1960s was a riot of frenetic every-man-for-himself energy - the musicians couldn't hear a dratted thing up there - and the Rolling Stones were fantastic at it. This great little album gives us a hilarious, roughshod, whoa-nelly taste of what they sounded like just getting off the launch-pad.
If you love the Stones, and/or know first-hand what playing rock & roll live is like, you'll get a great raving kick out of this. If not ... get your ya-ya's out!
PS In _Rolling With the Stones_ Bill Wyman confirms that a couple of these tracks are studio busks, not in-concert recordings. So what - it all rocks!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By PATRICK J. MCKENNA on Nov. 20 2003
Format: Audio CD
The mono copy of "Got Live If You Want It," which I received back in 1966, was my first real LP album. It was a Christmas gift. It's still entertaining, although I never could figure out why the studio cuts were ruined by the poorly (and unnecessary) addition of the screaming fans.
"Not Fade Away" is my favorite. The other selections may be a bit crude and at times sloppy, but it's certainly not boring!
I wish that ABKCO would stop ripping us off by misleading us into thinking that the recordings were truly remastered and improved.
If ABKCO would like to give us our moneys worth of improvement, it would be as simple as releasing the stereo versions of all the recordings which were recorded in true stereo instead of subjecting us to mono or worse yet, those recordings which were "electronically rechannelled for stereo."
Did you know that "Out of Our Heads," which features "Satisfaction" was the first Rolling Stones album which was entirely recorded in stereo (at the RCA Studios in Hollywood)?
About 15 years ago, the stereo version of "Hot Rocks," with almost all the selections in true stereo was available. If enough of the old fans would complain and demand to know why we are being deprived of the superior stereo recordings, maybe there would be some new releases of old recordings which would be worth buying.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Feb. 15 2003
Format: Audio CD
been listening to my new remastered stones live for two weeks now ..
...this is a great spot to listen to HAVE YOU SEEN YOUR MOTHER BABY: you can hear the lyrics clearer than on the studio version ... this song is one of the best slices of modernism from pop culture: as I've said elsewhere, Bob Dylan should blush ...
... the humorous OFF THE HOOK breaks up the collection nicely ...
...overall enjoyable, this album may take a few listens to fully appreciate ... its raspy/raw/spontaneous, but its Stones Live, so what do you expect? The Anemia Orchestra? People looking for the Sominex Rockers should seek elsewhere ...(YOU try playing in front of a few hundred or a few thousand screaming chicks and people trying to throw objects at you while you try to play rock and roll...)
... of course the version of LOVING YOU TOO LONG is as good as everybody says it is, and may, overall, be the gem of the collection ...
... clocking in at just over a half-hour long, it's still plenty of high-powered fun, and still worth the investment, get it and play it ... and if you log it into your Media Player, be sure to set the Options record tab at 'Lossless' for better sound...
hope this helps...
-moosbrugger
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Christopher on March 19 2004
Format: Audio CD
Most of the complaints coming from people are about the quality. And I admit the quality isn't great, either are the studio ABKO albums that ABKO says are really good. And even the case was ripped at the spine. But the music is rather nice to listen too. The Stones take some songs a little to fast and rush it sometimes, but overall it's a great live album. The guy who said the songs weren't reall,he's wrong. The Stones just added parts like organs and more guitars, but the music was taken from a live preformance, with just added overdubs in the studio after. This album is quite good!
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Format: Audio CD
Okay, admittedly "Got Live If You Want It" is one of my least favorite Stones albums ever. Their playing is terrible, the only thing that makes this album good enough even 3 stars is the versatile Brian Jones. Also, the album is obviously less than live. "I've Been Loving You Too Long" and "Fortune Teller" are good studio recordings marred by overdubbed audience applause and screaming, while the live performances of "Satisfaction", "I'm Alright", "Lady Jane" and "Have You Seen Your Mother Baby" all benfit from studio overdubbbing. And if this album is remastered than how come Mick's voice is so echoey on "Not Fade Away" and virtually inaudible on "Nineteenth Nervous Breakdown"? Still let's try and give it a little bit of a break.
It was an album of its time, and for its time (1966), it's pretty good. It does feature a few really good performances of "Under My Thumb", "Get Off Of My Cloud", "Satisfaction" and "Lady Jane". And since the band was among teenybopper idols back then, the screaming teenage girls are kinda expected. The album was originally released as "Hits Live", since the band already released live ep entitled "Got Live If You Want It" in 1965. In his book "Rolling With The Stones", Bill Wyman said of the album: "As an album, its filler, perhaps it was even viewed as a chance to cash in before the ride came to an end". In a way, he's right, but it isn't complete filler because there are a few good performances.
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