“Budget” album released on Rolling Stones Records on Jan. 7 1972 (also called: NICKY HOPKINS, RY COODER, MICK JAGGER, BILL WYMAN, CHARLIE WATTS—JAMMING WITH EDWARD) featuring a jam session produced by Glyn Johns at Olympic Studios, London, with all of the above musicians. Keith didn’t show up one night during the 1969 LET IT BLEED sessions, rumoured to be due to his feud with Ry Cooder, but three-fifths of the band played on without him. The album came complete with a letter of apology from Mick making reference to this “piece of bullshit,” Cut in London while “waiting for our guitar player to get out of bed,” and noting that Glyn Johns and Marshall Chess unearthed the soon-forgotten tapes and felt that Stones fans might want to hear this “historic” jam session.
SIDE A: 1. The Boudoir Stomp/ 2. It Hurts Me Too/ 3. Edward’s Thrump Up
SIDE B: 1. Blow With Ry/ 2. Interlude A La El Hopo/ 3. The Loveliest Night Of The Year/ 4. Highland Fling
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