GET YOURSELF TOGETHER 3:38
This song a.k.a. Can't Believe and I Can See It. Vocal version on CD-1.
LET'S SPEND THE NIGHT TOGETHER 3:49
ALL SOLD OUT 2:48
Instrumental version. Keith's put a couple of pick slides on this that I hadn't noticed before.
YESTERDAY'S PAPERS 3:10
RUBY TUESDAY 3:27
Instrumental with count in.
PLEASE GO HOME 3:20
MY OBSESSION 4:08
COSMIC CHRISTMAS 0:33
There is also a rare unauthorized 7" of this song on green vinyl that has stereo/mono versions of just this track.
Play it backwards and see what happens!
A droll song from " Metamorphosis".
DOWNTOWN LUCY 3:38
This is an alternate version without the annoying skip that has shown up on a number of recordings.
HAMBURGER TO GO 3:25
Best quality version with just a single subdued "pop" at 2:30. Also mistakenly referred to as "Stuck Out All Alone",
and labeled as "Give Me a Hamburger" on the original vinyl release titled "Trident Mixes" on
K&S records (MCG/KS-072-A/B/C/D). The actual title of this song first surfaced in "The First Twenty Years", 1981 by
David Dalton on page 190 (sessionography by Tom Beach & James Karnback). Recorded at Olympic studios, Spring, 1968.
A Beggars Banquet session.
I'M A COUNTRY BOY 4:30
Another of the original "Trident Mixes" instrumental tracks. Recorded at Elektra, Hollywood, Nov.-Dec., 1971,
during the mixing and dubbing of the "Exile" sessions.
MEMO FROM TURNER #1 2:49
Sounds like session man Jimmy Page is putting the violin bow to the Paisley Tele? "Metamorphosis" version of the song.
MEMO FROM TURNER #2 3:59
A great "intermediate" version. Somewhere between the "Metamorphosis" version, and the Ry Cooder "Performance"
movie take. This is probably the Olympic, 1968 take. A groove track!
SISTER MORPHINE 5:26
Album version taken from an acetate mix down. Some surface noise.
STILL A FOOL 9:59
Mistakenly referred to as Two Trains on many occasions. This is the studio version of the Muddy Waters classic.
Distorted vocal maybe through a harp mic. Check out the Muddy Waters original on the MCA/Chess release
"The Best Of Muddy Waters", order no. CHD-31268. Two of the songs are recorded from vinyl, but these tracks represent
the early roots of The Rolling Stones. Played live for the first time on the '95 European Tour.
YOU GOT THE SILVER 2:50
The Jagger vocal version for the 176th time.First surfaced on the "Accidents Will Happen" 2LP in the early `80's.
HIGHWAY CHILD 5:03