The Stones contended that they withheld the film's release due to their substandard performance, because they had taken the stage early in the morning and were clearly exhausted. Many others believe that the true reason for not releasing the video was that The Who, who were fresh off a concert tour, upstaged the Stones on their own production. The Stones had not toured recently, and were not in top playing condition to match The Who.
01. Song For Jeffrey / Jethro Tull
02. A Quick One Whole He's Away / The Who
03. Ain't That A Lot Of Love / Taj Mahal
04. Something Better / Marianne Faithfull
05. Yer Blues / The Dirty Mac
06. Whole Lotta Yoko / Yoko Ono, Ivry Gitlis, Dirty Mac
07. Jumping Jack Flash / The Rolling Stones
08. Parachute Woman / The Rolling Stones
09. No Expectations / The Rolling Stones
10. You Can't Always Get What You Want - The Rolling Stones
11. Sympathy For The Devil / The Rolling Stones
11. Salt Of The Earth / The Rolling Stones
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Info: Two-fer reissue of two of the key missing links in the Achim Reichel CD catalog — more epic Krautorck trance-outs from the echoplex master. Features his long demanded first album Die Grüne Reise (aka: The Green Journey), originally issued by Polydor in Germany, 1971; plus his last (6th) solo album, Erholung, a live album from 1975, originally issued by Brain (bootlegged by Germanofon, back in ’91). “Die Grüne Reise (The Green Journey) doesn’t sound like the handiwork of one person, but this first solo album of Achim Reichel’s is exactly that. He wrote all the tracks, played all the instruments, and produced the entire scene himself (Actually, make that co-produced with Frank Dostal, who also penned the English lyrics within and had previously done time with Reichel in the popular West German beatgruppe, The Rattles.) And since the ‘realization’ is credited to A.R. himself, it would seem obvious that the album was more or less his effort and his alone. The refined qualities dash from the ridiculous to the sublime in a place where wordless vocals rhythmically run amok alongside trance-inducing interplay of multi-overdubbed guitars as the background fill of bass and drums, then percussion and acoustic guitar are all tweaked into a Möbius strip of interconnectedness plotted to perfection. For whether it is a signal or signal as repeated echo, all lands rhythmically assured on its assigned and intended position, despite the dense amount of sonic looping at work. Despite such potentially confusing effects at play, Reichel exhibits a skillful juggling act of sound on Die Grüne Reise. It is the end result of the kind of heightened awareness that goes beyond merely coaxing results from his equipment (as only the most committed technicians do) to making that leap to communicating directly with his equipment and operating in a specific place where the interfacing going down is at such a basic and mutual level that it is the distance between the source (Reichel’s untreated guitar lines) and the result (the echoed playback) that Reichel seems to be playing as much as the guitar AND its echoed counterpart. Parlaying this mental, three-dimensional game of ping-pong with innumerable multi-tracking of further guitars along with the supporting instrumentation at a variety of shades and strengths, it’s a marvel to behold the breadth of Reichel’s vision at work here. For this album was no such methadone clinic in LP form because Reichel had no Broadway aspirations and was already leagues ahead in innovative sound arrangements with far-reaching possibilities that what he wound up producing was deeply coursing music that weaved through myriad forms and spaces without ever getting lost in the process while simultaneously surfing several depths of the electric ocean in sound.” — (the Seth Man/Head Heritage)
Formed in the ashes of Spacemen 3 and after Sonic Boom's Spectrum album, Spectrum were a functioning band for about a year or two before, Sonic Boom used the "Spectrum" moniker for his own synthesized experiments. However, this incarnation of the band, with Richard Formby of the Jazz Butcher on guitar, rocked. And, luckily I got to see them play Maxwells in Hoboken, New Jersey right after the album's U.S. release.
01. How You Satisfy Me
02. Lord I Don't Even Know My Name
03. The Drunk Suite
04. Neon Sigh
05. Waves Wash Over Me
06. (I Love You) To the Moon and Back
07. My Love for You Never Died Away But My Soul Gave Out & Withered
08. My Soul Gave Out and Withered
09. Touch the Stars
10. Quicksilver Glide Divine
11. The Drunk Suite
12. Phase Me Out (Gently)
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