Extensive 4CD set documenting the final years of The Stooges. A companion set to 2020's well-received 'You Think Your Bad, Man?'. Featuring studio sessions and rehearsal recordings made in London, New York, Detroit, L. A. and Michigan as the band prepared to record and tour their 'Raw Power' masterpiece. Includes seminal Stooges classics - 'Search And Destroy', 'Raw Power', 'Gimme Danger' - alongside countless lesser known tracks and material which was never recorded professionally. Sleevenotes from Iggy aficionado, the legendary Kris Needs and produced in association with MainMan. An intimate study of a band on the edge, captured as The Stooges began their final descent into rock 'n roll immortality. Following a two year hiatus, and by fair means or foul, The Stooges reunited in 1972 for their final assault on the heart of American rock 'n roll. 'Born In A Trailer' compiles legendary recordings made by the band at London's Olympic Studios and in assorted rehearsal spaces across the US as they wrote and rehearsed for the studio dates that would result in 'Raw Power', and their famously intense live shows of 1973 and 1974. Filled with focussed recordings showcasing a band still determined to make it, and produced in conjunction with Tony Defries' MainMan organisation, who famously steered the careers of Bowie, Iggy and Lou Reed during that period, 'Born In A Trailer' is a must-hear document of one of the great bands of the age accelerating into the final lap of a career which inspired a new generation of anti-establishment rock 'n rollers in the years immediately following their demise
Extensive 4CD set documenting the final years of The Stooges. A companion set to 2020's well-received 'You Think Your Bad, Man?'. Featuring studio sessions and rehearsal recordings made in London, New York, Detroit, L. A. and Michigan as the band prepared to record and tour their 'Raw Power' masterpiece. Includes seminal Stooges classics - 'Search And Destroy', 'Raw Power', 'Gimme Danger' - alongside countless lesser known tracks and material which was never recorded professionally. Sleevenotes from Iggy aficionado, the legendary Kris Needs and produced in association with MainMan. An intimate study of a band on the edge, captured as The Stooges began their final descent into rock 'n roll immortality. Following a two year hiatus, and by fair means or foul, The Stooges reunited in 1972 for their final assault on the heart of American rock 'n roll. 'Born In A Trailer' compiles legendary recordings made by the band at London's Olympic Studios and in assorted rehearsal spaces across the US as they wrote and rehearsed for the studio dates that would result in 'Raw Power', and their famously intense live shows of 1973 and 1974. Filled with focussed recordings showcasing a band still determined to make it, and produced in conjunction with Tony Defries' MainMan organisation, who famously steered the careers of Bowie, Iggy and Lou Reed during that period, 'Born In A Trailer' is a must-hear document of one of the great bands of the age accelerating into the final lap of a career which inspired a new generation of anti-establishment rock 'n rollers in the years immediately following their demise
5013929111103

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Format: CD
Label: CHERRY RED
Rel. Date: 07/23/2021
UPC: 5013929111103

Born In A Trailer: Session & Rehearsal Tapes 72-73
Artist: Iggy Pop & The Stooges
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. I Got a Right (No GTR Solo)
2. I Got a Right (Take 2 False Start)
3. I Got a Right
4. Gimme Some Skin (Instrumental)
5. Gimme Some Skin
6. I Got a Right (Instrumental)
7. I Got a Right (GTR Solo)
8. I Got a Right (Retake 2 Instrumental)
9. Louie Louie
10. I Got a Right (Slow)
11. I Got a Right (False Starts)
12. I Got a Right (No Leslie, No Solo)
13. Money
14. I Got a Right (False Starts)
15. I Got a Right (Different Lyrics)
16. I Got a Right (Incl. Solo)
17. I Got a Right (Different Drums)
18. I'm Sick of You
19. Tight Pants
20. Scene of the Crime
21. Raw Power (Take 1)
22. Raw Power (Take 2)
23. Head on (Take 1)
24. Head on (Take 2)
25. I Need Somebody/Sweet Child/I Like the Way You Walk
26. Search and Destroy
27. Can't Turn You Loose
28. I Need Somebody (Version 2)
29. Head on (Version 3)
30. Gimme Danger
31. Raw Power
32. Head on
33. Wild Love
34. Till the End of the Night
35. Cock in My Pocket
36. Gimme Danger
37. Death Trip
38. Search and Destroy
39. How It Hurts (Rubber Legs)
40. Johanna
41. Open Up and Bleed
42. Born in a Trailer
43. Jesus Loves the Stooges
44. Untitled (Hey Baby)
45. She Creatures of the Hollywood Hills
46. Rubber Legs (Version 1)
47. Cock in My Pocket
48. Head on Curve
49. Johanna
50. Open Up and Bleed
51. Cry for Me / Pinpoint Eyes
52. Rubber Legs (Version 2)
53. Wild Love
54. I Come from Nowhere
55. I'm So Glad
56. Old King Live Forever
57. Look So Sweet
58. I'm a Man
59. Mellow Down Easy
60. Move Ass Baby
61. My Girl Hates My Heroin (Aka Wild Love)

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Extensive 4CD set documenting the final years of The Stooges. A companion set to 2020's well-received 'You Think Your Bad, Man?'. Featuring studio sessions and rehearsal recordings made in London, New York, Detroit, L. A. and Michigan as the band prepared to record and tour their 'Raw Power' masterpiece. Includes seminal Stooges classics - 'Search And Destroy', 'Raw Power', 'Gimme Danger' - alongside countless lesser known tracks and material which was never recorded professionally. Sleevenotes from Iggy aficionado, the legendary Kris Needs and produced in association with MainMan. An intimate study of a band on the edge, captured as The Stooges began their final descent into rock 'n roll immortality. Following a two year hiatus, and by fair means or foul, The Stooges reunited in 1972 for their final assault on the heart of American rock 'n roll. 'Born In A Trailer' compiles legendary recordings made by the band at London's Olympic Studios and in assorted rehearsal spaces across the US as they wrote and rehearsed for the studio dates that would result in 'Raw Power', and their famously intense live shows of 1973 and 1974. Filled with focussed recordings showcasing a band still determined to make it, and produced in conjunction with Tony Defries' MainMan organisation, who famously steered the careers of Bowie, Iggy and Lou Reed during that period, 'Born In A Trailer' is a must-hear document of one of the great bands of the age accelerating into the final lap of a career which inspired a new generation of anti-establishment rock 'n rollers in the years immediately following their demise