Finally, a copy found with the rarely seen ‘A’ label, first found on floydboots.com for the Pink Floyd title. Does this mean these two releases might have been among the first Dittolino releases? Another opinion just came in, placing this label significantly later: ca. 1975.
MATRIX: S-2110 // S-2111
Released in late 1970 or 1971 (see comment below last image in this post).
Source: Oakland Coliseum, 9 November 1969 – 2nd show
02. Jumping Jack Flash
03. Carol 3:47 [3:30]
04. Sympathy for the Devil 6:20 [6:02]
05. Stray Cat Blues
06. Prodigal Son
07. You Gotta Move
08. Love in Vain 5:35 [4:47]
09. I’m Free 5:45 [5:07]
10. Under My Thumb
11. Midnight Rambler 7:52 [7:20]
12. Live with Me 3:11 [2:58]
13. Gimme Shelter 4:02 [3:43]
14. Little Queenie 5:03 [3:52]
16. Honky Tonk Women 4:23 [3:50]
17. Street Fighting Man 4:19 [3:48]
Song order was changed on the bootleg. Times in brackets given for the Dittolino release. It could mean that it runs faster or just that the Lurch Records track lengths include part of the in-between song ambiance.
Likely a copy of Dub & Ken’s second ever release or another of the many early “LiveR” clones.
It seems when it came to their two Rolling Stones titles the “Art Department” at Dittolino Discs didn’t exactly break out into a sweat.
Matrix: 6970-A s2370 / 6971-A s2372 / 6971 -B s-2371 3 / 6970-B S-2371
Released in 1971
Source: Essen, Grugahalle – 7 October 1970
Side 1: Jumping Jack Flash [03:55] / Roll Over Beethoven [02:25] / Sympathy For The Devil [07:34] Side 2: Stray Cat Blues [04:14] / Love In Vain [05:23] / Dead Flowers [04:03] Side 3: Midnight Rambler [10:22] / Live With Me [04:36] Side 4: Let It Rock [03:19] / Little Queenie [04:19] / Brown Sugar [03:22]
An original DD insert and not homemade using “just Mick” from the commonly found group composition art work. I wish a better image was available to read all the writing.
Likely a straight copy of this Rubber Dubber 2 LP release:
Other cover variations – I am not saying that all of these were used by Dittolino:
The last one shown comes with silver labels:
Promo poster for Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out! The Rolling Stones in Concert
Since that album was only released in early September of 1970, this would help us date the bootlegs.