- Record Label: Abkco
- Release Date: Nov 3, 2009
This three-disc remastered Ya-Ya's includes the original in all its gritty glory. Disc Two is a five-song EP from the same shows, with acoustic performances--"Prodigal Son" and "You Gotta Move"--from Richards (playing a resonator guitar) and Jagger. The third disc is an unexpected treat: blistering sets by openers B.B. King plus Ike and Tina Turner (doing an outrageously steamy take on Otis Redding's "I've Been Loving You Too Long").
This smart four-disc package commemorates the concert's 40th anniversary with a pristine remastered version of the original recording, five previously unreleased songs from the same show and an entire disc devoted to the fiery opening acts, B.B. King and Ike & Tina Turner.
Q MagazineAs a live document of The Rollling Stones in all their swaggering, arrogant pomp, Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out is damned near essential. [Jan 2010, p.131]
The extra five Stones cuts earn their position as bonuses because they aren’t as good as the ones on the original LP. The DVD outtakes are just that, fleeting celebrity cameos or not....As for the opening acts, B.B. King’s five fine songs and Ike & Tina’s showbizzier seven represent neither act at their best--and besides, who buys a Rolling Stones box to hear them?
The DVD material is marginal, live versions of the bonus tracks plus offstage footage left out of the Maysles brothers' infamous documentary Gimme Shelter. Better is a B.B. King and Ike & Tina Turner audio disc, because the Stones were still in awe of their idols and every tour opened with blues legends you weren't otherwise likely to see.
Now, by denigrating this Ya-Ya's reissue as a commodity and by questioning the album's canonization in general, I don't mean to imply this set doesn't cook. Even if it's not larded with 20-minute workouts, Ya-Ya's is manna for guitar freaks, thanks to the fiery interplay between the immortal Keith Richards and inarguably the greatest lead guitarist the Stones ever boasted, Mick Taylor.
Positive: 2 out of 2
Mixed: 0 out of 2
Negative: 0 out of 2
Jan 8, 2015Simply the best live R&R album recorded/released. Everything, especially the guitars of Richards and Mick Taylor are just fantastic.
Jagger,Simply the best live R&R album recorded/released. Everything, especially the guitars of Richards and Mick Taylor are just fantastic.
Jagger, Watts, all at the top of their games.
The addition of the last five tracks makes this even better than the album I wore out a couple times in the 70's.
Some people think the duelling guitar solos in Street Fighting Man are great,...but the guitar in Can't Get No Satisfaction, the last song on this newly released album is mighty tasty as well.
It doesnt matter how loud I play it,...I can't make it sound bad. And the the neighbours never complain.
That's gotta say something Ya?,...Oh Ya!
Apr 2, 2013What's bad in this album?
Maybe one of the best live albums EVER (not only from the Stones but from any Rock band) plus B.B. King and Ike &What's bad in this album?
Maybe one of the best live albums EVER (not only from the Stones but from any Rock band) plus B.B. King and Ike & Tina Turner.
God...7.2 average only. 2 negative scores...What's going on in this World?… Expand
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