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Old 26th April 2020
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Anyone know who the FOH mixer was . .

Rolling Stones Get Yer Ya-ya's Out?

Sound company? Showco? Brit Row?

Also just noticed the grammatical mistake in the main album title. Funny.

D.
Old 4 weeks ago
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Rolling Stones Get Yer Ya-ya's Out?

Sound company? Showco? Brit Row?

Also just noticed the grammatical mistake in the main album title. Funny.

D.
You might have to dig around for that info...Glyn Johns' autobiography "Sound Man" perhaps ?
http://aln2.albumlinernotes.com/Get_...-Ya_s_Out.html

https://www.goldminemag.com/articles...s-sound-vision

This interview might help ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DJeYL0HiT8

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Get_Ye...nes_in_Concert

Wiki claims lots of overdubs...even back then, they were a' fixin'...

I know he was genuinely shy and self-effacing, but you could scarcely put him lower down the credits list, could you:

Piano: Ian Stewart

Amps by Ampeg

Makes him sound like the piano hire (or tuning) shop

However, less than a month earlier, this Sennheiser/Uher collab might have been the reason for "Ya-Ya's" release:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Live%2...u%27ll_Ever_Be
Old 4 weeks ago
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Originally Posted by tourtelot View Post
Rolling Stones Get Yer Ya-ya's Out?

Sound company? Showco? Brit Row?

Also just noticed the grammatical mistake in the main album title. Funny.

D.
i dunno about earlier times but in more recent times, the stones were mostly touring with clair - maybe ask your former colleagues?
Old 4 weeks ago
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Dave Natale these days. Most certainly not on Ya-ya's.

D.
Old 3 weeks ago
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Dave Natale these days. Most certainly not on Ya-ya's.

D.
With an analog yamaha and big fat analogue multis

With hum and all

Huub
Old 3 weeks ago
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Yeah, gotta say. It was not the best sounding stadium show I have ever heard, even to back in the day when I worked for Clair.

And WAY too loud, of course.

D.
Old 3 weeks ago
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I saw them on that tour and don't recall it being overly loud as those things went. Mainly recall those Ampeg SVT's (everyone) sounding very un-Stones-like. Tubby. The record sounds like that, too. Doesn't diminish the performances any, but could've been a lot better. I'm assuming the amps and Keith's and Bill's crappy clear-plexi Dan Armstrongs were all compulsory as part of an endorsement deal.
Old 3 weeks ago
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So FWIW, I was talking about the tour that just was.

D.
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i was helping to prepare some of the gear - it was ridiculous: amp racks on end just to drive ca. 100 wedges plus whatever it took for the pa...

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