The Rolling Stones - TV Guide "Special Release" album
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|A1||Eulogy For Brian Jones||2:30|
|B2||The Last Time (Out Take)||1:41|
- Copyright (c) – Glimmer Twin Music
- Recorded At – Hyde Park
- Recorded At – Playhouse Theatre
NotesFirst Category on PS, second on labels
A1: Part of Percy Bysshe Shelley’s poem Adonais, read by Mick Jagger.
A1, A2, B1: recorded July 5, 1969, Hyde Park, London
B2 (badly edited, not an "Out Take"): recorded March 1, 1965, 'Top Gear' BBC Radio, Playhouse Theatre, London
Front cover reads:
TV Guide "Special Release" 1979
10 Years Later!
Back cover reads:
Special TV-Guide Record Single
In Memory Of Brian Jones
Produced by: BEV
From Original movie Sound Track 1969 PART-1
© Glimmer Twin Music
All Rights Reserved
Code 619A-T.V. Guide Special Release
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label A): (VRRNP-678)
- Matrix / Runout (Label B): (VRRNP-679)
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A, etched): VRRNP-678 RIAND·/·, ROOST
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B, etched): VRRNP-679 RR Y38
|SFR 004, RS SFR 004||The Rolling Stones||In Memoriam of Brian Jones (7", EP, Unofficial)||London Records , Glimmer Twin Rekords||SFR 004, RS SFR 004||1979|
|RS SFR 004||The Rolling Stones||Brian, Come Back You Bastard! (7", Unofficial)||Glimmer Twin Rekords||RS SFR 004||1980|