The Rolling Stones - The Abandoned Karhaus Concert - 10" LP+DVD
The Rolling Stones' first gig in Den Haag, Netherlands at the Kurhaus on 8th August 1964 descended into chaos after a riot erupted 28 minutes into the set, and security staff brought the show to an abrupt halt.
This AVA limited edition book pack contains a 10 inch record of the performance broadcast by REM Island, a reproduction of the original concert poster, a 32-page booklet full of previously unseen colour photographs taken at the concert (both during and after), and interviews with some of the fans that attended the gig. Also included is a DVD, which captures the mayhem, as well as interviews with the Stones chauffer and Bill Wyman. Whilst the audio may not be of soundboard quality, this rare artefact is a wonderful opportunity to own a unique slice of rock history.
An Eco Mixed 10" pressed on 110g vinyl and presented in a limited edition hand-numbered, 32 page hard-back book including full-colour A2 reproduction of the original concert poster and DVD documentary with interviews. Professionally remastered with background liners and many rare archival photographs.
Side 1: 1. It's All Over Now (rehearsal) (0:47) / 2. Beautiful Delilah (2:31) / 3. Walking The Dog (2:18) / 4. Hi-Heel Sneakers (instrumental) (3:49). Side 2: 1. Susie Q (instrumental) (5:12) / 2. Mona (instrumental) (3:03) / 3. Charlie Watts Interview 1965 (3:18) / 4. Press Conference 1973 (2:33)