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NOT New reissue - Original 1970 US pressing. Sleeve VG- (some general shelf wear, spine partially split) / Vinyl VG (light surface wear/marks). We ship within 24 hours (6 days a week).
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Get Yer Ya-Ya''s Out! The Rolling Stones in Concert holds the distinction of being the first live album by any artist to have reached #1 on the UK charts. Recorded Madison Square Garden in New York City on November 27 and 28, 1969, Ya-Ya''s is considered the Stones finest live album. It was the bands first release to feature guitarist Mick Taylor, who had joined several months earlier. Ya-Ya''s includes hits such as Jumpin'' Jack Flash, Street Fighting Man, and Sympathy for the Devil but is most notable for an 9+ minute version of Midnight Rambler with extended harmonica solos, thought by many to be the best version of the song.



The album is part of ABKCO''s Rolling Stones Clearly Classic vinyl series. Pressed on 180 gram clear vinyl, the album has been meticulously mastered from high resolution audio files sourced from the original master tapes, assuring optimal sound quality that exceeds both conventional CD audio and digital downloads.

Track Listings

1 Jumpin'' Jack Flash
2 Carol
3 Stray Cat Blues
4 Love in Vain
5 Midnight Rambler
6 Sympathy for the Devil
7 Live with Me
8 Little Queenie
9 Honky Tonk Women
10 Street Fighting Man

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C L Wheeler
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good set but be aware what you get for a bonus and the DVD
Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2017
I like it and would buy it again but I was disappointed that the DVD is NOT the live concert that is the album. I bought this version and the authentic tab songbook so I could watch Keith play and learn the songs on the album in the style of Chuck Berry. The DVD is a brief... See more
I like it and would buy it again but I was disappointed that the DVD is NOT the live concert that is the album. I bought this version and the authentic tab songbook so I could watch Keith play and learn the songs on the album in the style of Chuck Berry. The DVD is a brief documentary with a couple of live performances and worth having just not what I was expecting for the price I paid. Also, the bonus CD is NOT The Stones. It is performances by B.B. King and Ike & Tina Turner who opened for the Stones concerts that the album was made from. I do like the bonus CD but I expected it to be more live Stones.
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johnnyguitar335
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If you weren''t around when this happened----this will take you there and if you were around back then this''ll take you back.
Reviewed in the United States on July 17, 2018
Magnificent concert audio from the Rolling Stones'' "with Mick Taylor" period. Seminal player who did a yeoman''s job during his tenure with the Glimmer Twins and Co. What a sound! He and Kiefer clicked! If you weren''t around when this happened----this will take you... See more
Magnificent concert audio from the Rolling Stones'' "with Mick Taylor" period. Seminal player who did a yeoman''s job during his tenure with the Glimmer Twins and Co. What a sound! He and Kiefer clicked! If you weren''t around when this happened----this will take you there and if you were around back then this''ll take you back. Too bad the full length video documentary of this tour is no longer available. Shown in the movie theaters "hundreds of years ago" as a full length film I saw it at the Zigfield theatre in NYC way back then. The film captures the Stones in one of their "Golden Era" periods (of which they''ve had many different ones---- including the present in our opinion). Hope somebody will re-release the full length video of "Get Your Ya-Yas Out1" Believe it was filmed just "pre or post" the tragic Altamont concert which was marred by the violence that occurred at that sad event. Ironically it''s one of the concerts that is readily available.
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Bruce Dawson
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A decent remaster of an old classic.
Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2015
This is a decent remaster of the classic Stones live with a couple of interesting additions. The main album hasn''t changed much, cleaned up some but not much. One of the bonus disks features BB King along with Ike and Tina Turner and part of their opening act sets. The... See more
This is a decent remaster of the classic Stones live with a couple of interesting additions. The main album hasn''t changed much, cleaned up some but not much. One of the bonus disks features BB King along with Ike and Tina Turner and part of their opening act sets. The third disk is 4 songs that didn''t make the original album cut. And it''s pretty easy to see why, the bonus songs are not the Stones at their best, blown notes missed entrances, etc. This set has been repackaged down from it''s original box set size to a more comfortable shelf fitting CD case size. Not bad but not great either.
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Steven PetersonTop Contributor: Baseball
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What a concert! The Stones--and friends--at their best
Reviewed in the United States on June 27, 2010
Immediately following is a review that I published on Amazon in 2008, to be used as a starting point for this particular version, with the additional material. . . This has to be one of the best recorded concert albums of the 1960s--and it still holds up pretty well... See more
Immediately following is a review that I published on Amazon in 2008, to be used as a starting point for this particular version, with the additional material. . .
This has to be one of the best recorded concert albums of the 1960s--and it still holds up pretty well today. This was the Rolling Stones at the peak of their "stardom." And, ironically, this was a part of the concert tour featuring the deadly events at Altamont, graphically captured in the movie "Gimme Shelter." I''d love to go over each song in detail, but that would be too much. . . .

The concert at Madison Square Garden leads off with one of the great rock songs of all time, "Jumpin'' Jack Flash." The opening riff is powerfully played; the rhythm section (Charlie Watts and Bill Wyman) is at its best; the guitar work (Keith Richards and Mick Taylor) is rock strong. Mick Jagger''s vocals are a bit ragged, but that makes sense in the concert setting. Who wants to hear a song exactly as on the album (as too many stars play it today)? A wonderful live version of this classic.

Robert Johnson''s "Love in Vain" is pretty spare as he recorded it. The Stones cover this classic very well indeed. Jagger has always been a credible blues singer (note his live "Ya Gotta Move"). The guitar work is simple and backs the vocals well; the simple rhythm backing makes sense for this song. Blues-y and convincing.

Then the paean to Albert DiSalvo, "Midnight Rambler." This is probably the best recording of this song ever produced by the Rolling Stones. The subject of the song, the Boston Strangler, makes this creepy--but also great rock and roll. The introduction is improvisational, with Jagger starting before the band. They recalibrate and this work begins. Guitars chunk out notes, Jagger plays the harmonica, the rhythm section is strong. There is an extended instrumental break that is delightful. Taylor and Richards play well off one another; Mick Jagger''s harmonica work is Dylan-esque. Then there is the part of this song, with drum beat, where he whacks the stage with his belt (if this is the way he performed it as he did in two later concerts in Buffalo, NY that I saw), as we head toward the grisly denouement. The last words are those spoken by the Strangler himself, lending, again, a chilling edge to this song.

Then, to "Sympathy for the Devil," very effectively performed, as the Stones seem to (no matter how unlikely) blame everyone for the Kennedys'' death ("Who killed the Kennedys; Well after all, it was you and me").

The concert album closes out with a leering and very rock and roll version of "Honky Tonk Women" (compare with the country version on the album). Finally, "Street Fighting Man," where Jagger bemoans the fact that all he can do is sing in a rock and roll band, rather than being a street fighting man, because "in sleepy London town," that''s all he can do. This is a bookend piece with "Jumpin'' Jack Flash," providing a symmetrical close to the concert.

So, to conclude, this is one of the most classic live concert recordings of the 1960s--and it still sounds good today. The Rolling Stones are much more polished performers now; the rawness then might be something they would want to try to recapture to some extent. . . .

Now, the addenda to the original. . . .

The new version includes the classic album. However, there are supplemental pieces here. One, a little booklet. Two, some additional tracks played by the Stones that were performed during the tour that were not included on the original version (as well as videos of these additional songs). Three, some accompanying artists'' works, namely B. B. King and Ike and Tina Turner. Smoking stuff! A few words about these.

The DVD and CD covering additional material. . . . The DVD is a bit of fun because there are additional snippets of the group at work. Some of the extra songs not on the original. . . . There is a blues-y version of Robert Wilkins'' "Prodigal Son." Spare--and this works well. Jagger singing and Richards on acoustic guitar. Raw music; it works well. Then Fred McDowell''s "You Gotta Move." This did not work well on the Stones'' album including it. This live version, though, does the song justice. Again, spare. Keith on acoustic guitar and Mick singing. It captures the blues essence of this song.

"Under My Thumb" features the whole band. A raw version of a raw song. . . . Then, cut up by intervening footage on the DVD, "I''m Free." This is one of my favorite early Stones'' songs. It starts off a bit too understated for my tastes, but--in the end--it works pretty well. Finally, "Satisfaction." The familiar opening riff, Jagger begins his singing, her does his "dance." This seems to have a bit more energy than the other songs noted in the DVD (and CD). The guitar work is good; Watts'' drumming is solid and provides animation to the song.

And the other performers? B. B. King has five songs here. His "Why I Sing the Blues" is well done. He starts off with fine guitar licks. Love the words:

"Everybody wants to know why I sing the blues," followed by his observation that he''s "paid his dues." Nice version! Then, Ike and Tina Turner and their band perform several songs. Tina Turner made John Fogerty''s "Proud Mary" her own, and she and the band do a fine job here. Lots of energy by the band and--especially--by Tina Turner herself.

I know that this version costs a fair amount, but--to me--it is worth the investment The booklet provides context, with the voice of observers from the time of this concert. The DVD shows the Stones live, giving one a sense of what the concert was like. The tracks recorded by King and the Turners are great.
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cqlink
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
One of the Best Live Recordings of All Time!!!
Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2016
I can hear why this is considered to be one of the best live recordings (of the Stones and any other band) out there. Stones technical playing expertise is at their finest on this one. Most songs sound like they''ve had three or four takes in the studio. The rawness of... See more
I can hear why this is considered to be one of the best live recordings (of the Stones and any other band) out there. Stones technical playing expertise is at their finest on this one. Most songs sound like they''ve had three or four takes in the studio. The rawness of Mick''s voice on Stray Cat Blues and a few other cuts is an added bonus. It''s been said before but this really is a must have for any Stones Fan.
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CD3
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title of the disc matches the music
Reviewed in the United States on October 28, 2014
The start of the great Mick Taylor era and one of the all-time best live recordings in rock. Sympathy for the Devil is a jam band type track...stretched out and wailing by both Keith and MT. All the playing is excellent. I wish JJ Flash had an MT solo like other versions of... See more
The start of the great Mick Taylor era and one of the all-time best live recordings in rock. Sympathy for the Devil is a jam band type track...stretched out and wailing by both Keith and MT. All the playing is excellent. I wish JJ Flash had an MT solo like other versions of this era. The expanded tracks are missing Gimme Shelter, which would become a favorite solo outing for MT during the 72/73 tours. This recording shows how different the Stones are live on stage than in the studio. And isn''t it cool that the title of the disc matches the music!
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music_monger
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Worth every cent for this download
Reviewed in the United States on June 21, 2013
The added tracks make it more of a value, but had they re-sequenced the track order including the 2nd cd worth it may''ve been a more interesting and valued document for the 40th Anniversary as many have had the LP, the cassette, the first ABKCO cd issue (disappointing... See more
The added tracks make it more of a value, but had they re-sequenced the track order including the 2nd cd worth it may''ve been a more interesting and valued document for the 40th Anniversary as many have had the LP, the cassette, the first ABKCO cd issue (disappointing sound quality), the 2002 ABKCO remaster which I thought a a few marks above and now this (decide on the files instead of the cd since it likely wouldn''t be upgraded); cobbling together a slap-dash package doesn''t make it the special item own it could have been, but in the end it will be about the music and this represents a vital time in the life of this band, considered by so many casual to ardent fans as "The Greatest Rock and Roll Band in the World". Now if only the the 2-CD set from Oakland, CA would surface "commercially", now that would be something. Well, alright!!!
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duckmike
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That being said the dvd is short but what is there is great. You get to see the Stones at the ...
Reviewed in the United States on March 14, 2015
OK here''s to the point . Did the record company take advantage by spreading it out over so many disc''s so they could charge more ? Sure they did that''s what big corporations do . If it''s to much money don''t buy it . That being said the dvd is short but what is there is... See more
OK here''s to the point . Did the record company take advantage by spreading it out over so many disc''s so they could charge more ? Sure they did that''s what big corporations do . If it''s to much money don''t buy it . That being said the dvd is short but what is there is great . You get to see the Stones at the height of there career doing stuff I had never seen them do live . On top of that the sound quality was real good .I got the whole set minus the book brand-new from Amazon for like $20 all in all a great deal .
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Amazon Customer
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A bit disappointed
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 29, 2019
Well I’m a big Stones fan and have all of this material on various other box sets but not the bonus dvd which has a couple of songs which weren’t included in the gimme shelter concert. The reason I have scored it low is because the dvd states region 0 which is perfect for...See more
Well I’m a big Stones fan and have all of this material on various other box sets but not the bonus dvd which has a couple of songs which weren’t included in the gimme shelter concert. The reason I have scored it low is because the dvd states region 0 which is perfect for me but when it arrived I found it was region 1 which is not. So a bit of a disappointment
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John B
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Finally the album as it was Originally Conceived!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 9, 2013
This was the last ''original'' album delivered to Decca by the Stones and they might have stayed if the Decca executives had allowed this to be a double vinyl with BB King and Ike and Tina as the Stones wanted. The BB and Ike and Tina tracks are first rate and the original...See more
This was the last ''original'' album delivered to Decca by the Stones and they might have stayed if the Decca executives had allowed this to be a double vinyl with BB King and Ike and Tina as the Stones wanted. The BB and Ike and Tina tracks are first rate and the original Stones set has been remastered to run without the break which was on my older CD version which reflected Side 1 and 2 of the vinyl set. Pity they can''t make records like this anymore.
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cjfurnie
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The Stones do it again
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 10, 2018
Another great performance from the Rolling Stones always is from the undisputed rock and roll band in the world.Thanks team!!!
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F J Franko
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Complete compilation of the best record in concert of the all times
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 4, 2016
Complete compilation of the best record in concert of the all times. Excellent! The Stones in ther better moment, with a Mick Taylor extraordinary. Plus the actuations of B.B. King and Ike & Tina Turner, that Decca don''t has included in 1970, when the group in this moment...See more
Complete compilation of the best record in concert of the all times. Excellent! The Stones in ther better moment, with a Mick Taylor extraordinary. Plus the actuations of B.B. King and Ike & Tina Turner, that Decca don''t has included in 1970, when the group in this moment has like it.
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Bertrand Dominique
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Probably the best concert of the Rolling Stones
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 5, 2015
Probably the best concert of the Rolling Stones : the fact that we could some more songs in the re-edition is an good point if you want to enjoy the real sound of this period.
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