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Re: 7" Single Edit

Postby Charlie O. » 25 Jan 2021, 17:29

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Charlie O. wrote:That YouTube clip has the BCB logo in it!


Well spotted Charlie. You've passed the test!

I uploaded that a while back for BCB use only 8-)

Back in the day, 17 was one of the first songs I wanted to see on CD and in stereo. It drove me crackers when it appeared in edited form and Ian Anderson criticized it. What does he know?!

I saw the uploader's name and thought it might be you! :)
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Re: 7" Single Edit

Postby The Slider » 04 Feb 2021, 15:56

All Around the World by Oasis, not content with its 9.20 sprawl on the album, was released on single at 9.39
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Re: 7" Single Edit

Postby Charlie O. » 04 Feb 2021, 17:33

Did they put their 19 second apology at the beginning or at the end?
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Re: 7" Single Edit

Postby The Slider » 07 Feb 2021, 12:30

You don't imagine for one second that I actually listened to it
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Re: 7" Single Edit

Postby Rorschach » 07 Feb 2021, 12:42

Too busy looking at pictures of bumholes on the Internet.
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Re: 7" Single Edit

Postby The Slider » 07 Feb 2021, 14:44

I deleted it unopened.
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Re: 7" Single Edit

Postby Positive Passion » 08 Feb 2021, 07:13

The Slider wrote:I deleted it unopened.
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Re: 7" Single Edit

Postby LMG » 08 Feb 2021, 18:00

The Slider wrote:I deleted it unopened.
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Re: 7" Single Edit

Postby trans-chigley express » 18 Feb 2021, 04:30

The only other one that I thought of was Kate Bush's Army Dreamers which is about 20 seconds longer on the single version which continues on to a more satisfying abrupt finish while the album version simply fades out. I much prefer the way the single ends.

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Re: 7" Single Edit

Postby e chaos » 19 Feb 2021, 00:51

trans-chigley express wrote:The only other one that I thought of was Kate Bush's Army Dreamers which is about 20 seconds longer on the single version which continues on to a more satisfying abrupt finish while the album version simply fades out. I much prefer the way the single ends.


I didn't know about that one!
You've reminded me of another Kate Bush example, though : "The Man with the Child in his Eyes". The start of the single version is different to the LP version with the addition of Kate intoning "He's here..." a few times at very beginning. I think the rest of the single version matches the one on the "The Kick Inside" LP.
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Re: 7" Single Edit

Postby The Slider » 06 Apr 2021, 14:09



25 seconds longer - it has a spoken section about 3 minutes in that isn't on the album
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Re: 7" Single Edit

Postby Rorschach » 06 Apr 2021, 16:42

Paint It Black was apparently included on the American release of Aftermath and it's 3 minutes 20 seconds as opposed to the single which is 3 minutes 46 seconds.
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Re: 7" Single Edit

Postby The Slider » 06 Apr 2021, 20:09

Interesting - can you hear where the difference is?


My copies of Aftermath have it as: 3:22 on the stereo and 3:24 on the mono
It is 3:44 on the London Singles collection.
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"Paint It Black"

Single by the Rolling Stones
B-side "Stupid Girl" (US) "Long, Long While" (UK)
Released 6 May 1966 (US) 13 May 1966 (UK)
Recorded 6–9 March 1966 at RCA, Hollywood, California
Length 3:19 (mono single mix*) 3:22 (stereo album mix)
Label Decca (UK) London (US)
Songwriters Jagger/Richards
Producer Andrew Loog Oldham
*The mono single edit appears only on the Mono Box Set edition of the US version of Aftermath. All compilations have the full 3:44, longer fade out version. The 3.22 edit appears only in its stereo form on Hot Rocks (and the stereo mix of the US Aftermath) . I have sourced the correct mono single mix and edit here.

Mick Jagger – lead vocals
Keith Richards – electric and acoustic guitars, backing vocals
Brian Jones – sitar
Bill Wyman – bass
Charlie Watts – drums

"Paint It, Black" is credited to songwriting partnership of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, it was first released as a single on 6 May 1966 and was later included as the opening track to the US version of their 1966 album, Aftermath.....etc
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Re: 7" Single Edit

Postby Charlie O. » 06 Apr 2021, 20:47

Yeah, from memory I think it was just a longer coda on the single.
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Re: 7" Single Edit

Postby The Slider » 07 Apr 2021, 15:59

seems that way - longer fade out
Nothing very interesting
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