Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out [40th Anniversary Limited Edition Super Deluxe 3CD/3LP/DVD Set]

Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out [40th Anniversary Limited Edition Super Deluxe 3CD/3LP/DVD Set]

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by The Rolling Stones
     
 

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Originally released in 1969 as a way to divert attention from the bootleg sensation Live'r Than You'll Ever Be, Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out received a lavish reissue treatment 40 years later, expanded to a three-CD/one-DVD set complete with a thick accompanying booklet. Instead of adding that original boot as a bonus, this

Overview

Originally released in 1969 as a way to divert attention from the bootleg sensation Live'r Than You'll Ever Be, Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out received a lavish reissue treatment 40 years later, expanded to a three-CD/one-DVD set complete with a thick accompanying booklet. Instead of adding that original boot as a bonus, this anniversary edition fills out the November 1969 Madison Square Garden concert that provided the basis for the original LP, adding an EP's worth of unreleased Stones tracks from the show plus the opening sets by B.B. King and Ike & Tina Turner, along with a DVD of live and behind-the-scenes footage. All the unearthed Stones material is strong -- particularly the pair of acoustic numbers, "Prodigal Son" and "You Gotta Move" -- but in comparison to what made it onto the LP, they do sound like outtakes (to be fair, the LP did have some minor overdubs whereas these five cuts seem to be unadorned with additions), and they're also overshadowed by the absolutely terrific opening sets. Ike & Tina were in a crowd-pleasing rock & roll covers mode, tearing through "Gimme Some Loving," "Son of a Preacher Man," "Come Together," and "Land of 1000 Dances" in addition to their trademark "Proud Mary," but B.B. serves up a condensed version of his standard set that positively smokes and is reason enough to pick up this deluxe edition. [This edition adds three LPs -- featuring the same material as on the three CDs -- to the package.]

Product Details

Release Date:
11/03/2009
Label:
Abkco
UPC:
0018771024125
catalogNumber:
02412

Tracks

Disc 1

  1. Jumpin' Jack Flash
  2. Carol
  3. Stray Cat Blues
  4. Love in Vain
  5. Midnight Rambler
  6. Sympathy for the Devil
  7. Live with Me
  8. Little Queenie
  9. Honky Tonk Women
  10. Street Fighting Man

Disc 2

  1. Prodigal Son
  2. You Gotta Move
  3. Under My Thumb
  4. I'm Free
  5. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

Disc 3

  1. Everyday I Have the Blues
  2. How Blue Can You Get
  3. That's Wrong Little Mama
  4. Why I Sing the Blues
  5. Please Accept My Love
  6. Gimme Some Loving
  7. Sweet Soul Music
  8. Son of a Preacher Man
  9. Proud Mary
  10. I've Been Loving You Too Long
  11. Come Together
  12. Land of a Thousand Dances

Disc 4

  1. Jumpin' Jack Flash
  2. Carol
  3. Stray Cat Blues
  4. Love in Vain
  5. Midnight Rambler
  6. Sympathy for the Devil
  7. Live with Me
  8. Little Queenie
  9. Honky Tonk Women
  10. Street Fighting Man

Disc 5

  1. Prodigal Son
  2. You Gotta Move
  3. Under My Thumb
  4. I'm Free
  5. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

Disc 6

  1. Everyday I Have the Blues
  2. How Blue Can You Get
  3. That's Wrong Little Mama
  4. Why I Sing the Blues
  5. Please Accept My Love
  6. Gimme Some Loving
  7. Sweet Soul Music
  8. Son of a Preacher Man
  9. Proud Mary
  10. I've Been Loving You Too Long
  11. Come Together
  12. Land of a Thousand Dances

Disc 7

  1. Prodigal Son
  2. You Gotta Move
  3. Under My Thumb
  4. I'm Free
  5. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Rolling Stones   Primary Artist
Mick Jagger   Vocals,Group Member
Mick Taylor   Guitar,Rhythm Guitar,Slide Guitar,Group Member
Charlie Watts   Drums,Group Member
Bill Wyman   Bass,Group Member
Keith Richards   Guitar,Rhythm Guitar,Background Vocals,Guitar (Resonator),Group Member
Ian Stewart   Piano,Group Member

Technical Credits

Chuck Berry   Composer
Jerry Butler   Composer
Arthur Conley   Composer
Sam Cooke   Composer
John Fogerty   Composer
Mick Jagger   Composer,Author
Chris Kenner   Composer
John Lennon   Composer
Paul McCartney   Composer
Otis Redding   Composer
Rolling Stones   Producer
Binky Philips   Author
Mississippi Fred McDowell   Composer
Kevin McCarthy   Author
Robert Wilkins   Composer
Michael Becker   Engineer
David Byrd   Artwork
Peter Chatman   Composer
Rev. Gary Davis   Composer
Glyn Johns   Producer,Engineer
John Hurley   Composer
Robert Johnson   Composer
Iris Keitel   Executive Art Direction
B.B. King   Composer
Keith Richards   Composer
Steve Rosenthal   Producer
Guy Stevens   Producer
Ronnie Wilkins   Composer
Muff Winwood   Composer
Lester Bangs   Liner Notes
Brian Fitzpatrick   Graphic Design
Bradley Kaplan   Director,Producer
Spencer Davis   Composer
Ethan Russell   Author,Art Direction
Mick Gochanour   Producer
Albert Maysles   Director,Cinematography
Jane Feather   Composer
David Maysles   Engineer
Teri Landi   Producer,Reissue Producer
Robin Klein   Producer
Kenneth Salinsky   Producer
Alisa Coleman   Executive Art Direction
Ian Markiewicz   Director
Scot Olive   Colorist
Walter Raubicheck   Author
Jody H. Klein   Producer,Reissue Producer

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Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out (Remastered) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
"Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out" is the absolute definitive Rolling Stones live album. It features 10 great songs culled from a Madison Square Garden concert from the tumultous 1969 concert tour that culminated with the infamous Altamont. Among the best performances on the album are "Jumpin' Jack Flash", "Love In Vain" and "Carol". "Sympathy For The Devil" has a makeover here, with the samba beat on the original replaced loud guitars with two scorching solos by Mick Taylor and Keith Richards. Their performance of "Midnight Rambler" is 9 minutes and 4 seconds long, and it doesnt't lose heat for a second. Berry's "Little queenie" is performed superbly, with a chugging melody that reminds me of The Beatles' "Get Back". "Honky Tonk Women" grooves thanks to funky guitar riffs. The flame-enveloped "Street Fighting Man" closes the album. Now's the time to get yer ya-ya's out once again.
JohnQ More than 1 year ago
This is a classic Stones live album. It has some Great cuts. The only problem is that it feels short as there are only 10 songs and in this CD age they really need to add another 10. But it is what it is and it's certainly worth owning.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago