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    • AC/DC rock music: soda
    • Dec 1st 2018
     
    Saw this bootleg for sale from a concert with Dave Evans as a singer.
    The track list made me wonder because some of the songs (Soul Stripper and Rock'n'Roll Singer) later got their lyrics by Bon Scott.
    Did they exist in early versions with other lyrics written by the Youngs?

    By the way, has anyone heard this recording?

    Live at Hampton Court Hotel, Sydney, 03-1974
    1 Soul Stripper
    2 No Particular Place To Go
    3 Stay For A While
    4 Carol
    5 It's All Over Now
    6 Jumpin' Jack Flash
    7 Rock 'N' Roll Singer
    8 Blue Suede Shoes / Shake Rattle and Roll / Tutti Frutti /
    9 Rockin' In The Parlour / Bye Bye Johnny
    10 Lucille
    11 All Right Now
    12 Baby Please Don't Go
    13 Honky Tonk Women
    • AC/DC rock music: Rocco
    • Dec 1st 2018
     
    Posted By: sodaSaw this bootleg for sale from a concert with Dave Evans as a singer.
    The track list made me wonder because some of the songs (Soul Stripper and Rock'n'Roll Singer) later got their lyrics by Bon Scott.
    Did they exist in early versions with other lyrics written by the Youngs?

    By the way, has anyone heard this recording?

    Live at Hampton Court Hotel, Sydney, 03-1974
    1 Soul Stripper
    2 No Particular Place To Go
    3 Stay For A While
    4 Carol
    5 It's All Over Now
    6 Jumpin' Jack Flash
    7 Rock 'N' Roll Singer
    8 Blue Suede Shoes / Shake Rattle and Roll / Tutti Frutti /
    9 Rockin' In The Parlour / Bye Bye Johnny
    10 Lucille
    11 All Right Now
    12 Baby Please Don't Go
    13 Honky Tonk Women


    Soul Stripper is still credited to Young/Young only, just as CISNTYG. RNRS probably had it's lyrics changed after Bon joined. I wonder if Stay For A While is an AC/DC song.
    • AC/DC rock music: soda
    • Dec 1st 2018
     
    Posted By: Rocco
    Posted By: sodaSaw this bootleg for sale from a concert with Dave Evans as a singer.
    The track list made me wonder because some of the songs (Soul Stripper and Rock'n'Roll Singer) later got their lyrics by Bon Scott.
    Did they exist in early versions with other lyrics written by the Youngs?

    By the way, has anyone heard this recording?

    Live at Hampton Court Hotel, Sydney, 03-1974
    1 Soul Stripper
    2 No Particular Place To Go
    3 Stay For A While
    4 Carol
    5 It's All Over Now
    6 Jumpin' Jack Flash
    7 Rock 'N' Roll Singer
    8 Blue Suede Shoes / Shake Rattle and Roll / Tutti Frutti /
    9 Rockin' In The Parlour / Bye Bye Johnny
    10 Lucille
    11 All Right Now
    12 Baby Please Don't Go
    13 Honky Tonk Women


    Soul Stripper is still credited to Young/Young only, just as CISNTYG. RNRS probably had it's lyrics changed after Bon joined. I wonder if Stay For A While is an AC/DC song.


    Hm. "Soul Stripper evolved from an older song called "Sunset Strip", written by Malcolm and the band's original singer Dave Evans, revamped for the album with new lyrics by Scott".
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      AC/DC rock music: Thankass
    • Dec 1st 2018 edited
     
    No, Show Business evolved from Sunset Strip. All those S-ses!
    • AC/DC rock music: soda
    • Dec 1st 2018
     
    Posted By: ThankassNo, Show Business evolved from Sunset Strip. All those S-ses!


    :D

    But still, on my copy of the High Voltage album Soul Stripper is credit Young/Young/Scott.
    Never seen it being credit Young/Young.
    •  
      AC/DC rock music: Thankass
    • Dec 1st 2018
     
    Posted By: soda
    Posted By: ThankassNo, Show Business evolved from Sunset Strip. All those S-ses!


    :D

    But still, on my copy of the High Voltage album Soul Stripper is credit Young/Young/Scott.
    Never seen it being credit Young/Young.
    Well, the lyrics as Dave sang them in early 74 are exactly the same as they ended up on the album. I don't think Bon adjusted a single word. Sure it says Y/Y/S on your sleeve?
    • AC/DC rock music: soda
    • Dec 1st 2018 edited
     
    Posted By: Thankass
    Posted By: soda
    Posted By: ThankassNo, Show Business evolved from Sunset Strip. All those S-ses!


    :D

    But still, on my copy of the High Voltage album Soul Stripper is credit Young/Young/Scott.
    Never seen it being credit Young/Young.
    Well, the lyrics as Dave sang them in early 74 are exactly the same as they ended up on the album. I don't think Bon adjusted a single word. Sure it says Y/Y/S on your sleeve?


    Yes.
    It look's like this:
    http://www.rootsviny...
    • AC/DC rock music: Rocco
    • Dec 1st 2018
     
    Posted By: soda
    Posted By: Thankass
    Posted By: soda
    Posted By: ThankassNo, Show Business evolved from Sunset Strip. All those S-ses!


    :D

    But still, on my copy of the High Voltage album Soul Stripper is credit Young/Young/Scott.
    Never seen it being credit Young/Young.
    Well, the lyrics as Dave sang them in early 74 are exactly the same as they ended up on the album. I don't think Bon adjusted a single word. Sure it says Y/Y/S on your sleeve?


    Yes.
    It look's like this:
    http://www.rootsviny...


    But on the sleeve in the link it says Young/Young.
    • AC/DC rock music: soda
    • Dec 1st 2018 edited
     
    Posted By: Rocco
    Posted By: soda
    Posted By: Thankass
    Posted By: soda
    Posted By: ThankassNo, Show Business evolved from Sunset Strip. All those S-ses!


    :D

    But still, on my copy of the High Voltage album Soul Stripper is credit Young/Young/Scott.
    Never seen it being credit Young/Young.
    Well, the lyrics as Dave sang them in early 74 are exactly the same as they ended up on the album. I don't think Bon adjusted a single word. Sure it says Y/Y/S on your sleeve?


    Yes.
    It look's like this:
    http://www.rootsviny...


    But on the sleeve in the link it says Young/Young.


    I meant the picture down to the left, on the actuall LP.
    But you're damn right! Never notice that there are other credits on the back cover!
    Stupid me, ha ha :D
    Thank you for pointing out that mistake.
    It's incredible that I never thought about it myself.
    • AC/DC rock music: Rocco
    • Dec 1st 2018
     
    Posted By: soda
    Posted By: Rocco
    Posted By: soda
    Posted By: Thankass
    Posted By: soda
    Posted By: ThankassNo, Show Business evolved from Sunset Strip. All those S-ses!


    :D

    But still, on my copy of the High Voltage album Soul Stripper is credit Young/Young/Scott.
    Never seen it being credit Young/Young.
    Well, the lyrics as Dave sang them in early 74 are exactly the same as they ended up on the album. I don't think Bon adjusted a single word. Sure it says Y/Y/S on your sleeve?


    Yes.
    It look's like this:
    http://www.rootsviny...


    But on the sleeve in the link it says Young/Young.


    I meant the picture down to the left, on the actuall LP.
    But you're damn right! Never notice that there are other credits on the back cover!
    Stupid me, ha ha :D
    Thank you for pointing out that mistake.
    It's incredible that I never thought about it myself.


    True. Didn't notice that. But it must be a mistake then.