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Crazy Mama - Rolling Stones* - The Woodstock Tape 1978 (CD)

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  1. Apr 23,  · "Crazy Mama" continues a practice the Stones begun on the "It's Only Rock And Roll" album of including rather slight songs that still sounded like typical Stones rockers. I'm thinking of IOR&R songs like "Dance Little Sister". Actually, "Crazy Mama" is a bit more distinct than "Dance Little Sister".4/5(1).
  2. The Rolling Stones - Pearls At Swine, Woodstock Rehearsals. (Turn On The Run Records:: TOTR /) Recorded Live at Bearsville Studios, Woodstock, N.Y., USA - May 19, Excellent Studio/SoundBoard Recording -> Bootleg Silver CD:: CBR kbps. Disc 1 Welcome To Woodstock Miss You (false start) Miss You Respectable.
  3. 7" Single on 45cat: The Rolling Stones - Fool To Cry / Crazy Mama - Rolling Stones - Australia - RS
  4. Rolling Stones, which does not have a systematic collection of promos, has been released as the title of the decision board. Rolling Stones made many promo films from its long history, and there were many versions of the same song, making it difficult to understand the whole.
  5. Recorded at Bearsville Studios, Woodstock, May 19, onwards. Gold CD! Limited Edition. Digitally Remastered/5(5).
  6. The Rolling Stones - The Complete Woodstock Tapes (Disk2) [ Reviews] [ Want lists] The Rolling Stones: Rehearsals for the upcoming US tour. Summertime Blues (Cochran/Capeheart) Rehearsal: Crazy Mama (Jagger/Richards) Rehearsal: Tour: The Rolling Stones.
  7. Sep 07,  · The Rolling Stones - The Complete Woodstock Rehearsal Tapes non-label 4cdbox bootleg Bearsville Studios, Woodstock, New York, May 19th (onwards).
  8. Other Cochran Covers by the Stones and Stones Personnel: Twenty Flight Rock - Live on '81/'82 Tours and released on the "Still Life" album. C'mon Everybody - Instrumental rehearsed at Bearsville, Woodstock, May, Cut Across Shorty - Recorded by Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood on the "Gasoline Alley" album.

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