Rolling Stones

  • Eleven tracks of high quality rock’n’roll feature on this LP from The Rolling Stones previously-undocumented tour of Europe 1970. This set was recorded for French radio and features the band playing with a horn section for the first time and no less than three Chuck Berry covers. Also included are Dead Flowers and Brown Sugar from the yet-to-be released Sticky Fingers LP. Comes with full sleeve notes and credits. All tracks recorded live at Palais de Sports, Paris on September 22nd 1970,broadcast on French Radio Europe 1 Personnel Mick Jagger - lead vocals, harmonica Keith Richards- guitar, vocals Mick Taylor - guitar Bill Wyman - bass guitar Charlie Watts - drums Bobby Keys - saxophone Jim Price - trumpet
  • SIDE ONE
    1. Sympathy For The Devil (Jagger/Richards)
    2. Stray Cat Blues (Jagger/Richards)
    3. Prodigal Son (Robert Wilkins)
    4. You Gotta Move (McDowell/Rev. Gary Davies)
    SIDE TWO
    1. Love In Vain (Robert Johnson)
    2. Live With Me (Jagger/Richards)
    3. Gimme Shelter (Jagger/Richards)
    4. Little Queenie (Chuck Berry)
    5. Satisfaction (Jagger/Richards)
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    Side One 1. High Heel Sneakers* (Robert Higgenbotham) 2. Not Fade Away (Charles Hardin, Norman Petty) Side Two 1. I Just Want To Make Love To You (Willie Dixon) 2. I’m Alright (Ellas McDaniel) REP036
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    We know that the Stones built their early career on songs originally performed by The Holy Trinity - Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley and Jimmy Reed. But did you know that the Stones also performed songs made famous by Elvis Presley, Ritchie Valens and the Shadows? It’s all here – fully documented and sounding terrific. We focus on the seminal years 1962- 1965 as the Stones evolved from duplicating the music made by their American idols and start to give it their own distinctive treatment. Even after fifty years these 27 tracks tells us a lot about the musical DNA of the Rolling Stones. Dig in! A series of CDs analysing the songs and styles that inspired the Rolling Stones with fully illustrated 24-page booklet. RANDB056
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    We know that the Stones built their early career on songs originally performed by The Holy Trinity - Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley and Jimmy Reed. But did you know that the Stones also performed songs made famous by Elvis Presley, Ritchie Valens and the Shadows? It’s all here – fully documented and sounding terrific. We focus on the seminal years 1962- 1965 as the Stones evolved from duplicating the music made by their American idols and start to give it their own distinctive treatment. Even after fifty years these 27 tracks tells us a lot about the musical DNA of the Rolling Stones. Dig in! A series of CDs analysing the songs and styles that inspired the Rolling Stones with fully illustrated 24-page booklet. R007
  • For too long the Stones covers CD has been the province of freebie magazine cover-mounts and shoddy garage cheapies. No more. Because Rhythm And Blues Records are Doing It Right. Following on from their well-received compilations covering the roots of rock’n’roll the R And B team shine a spotlight on the songs that shaped the Rolling Stones. Volume One covers 1962-1964, documenting how Little Blue Boy and the Blue Boys became first the Rollin’ Stones and then the Rolling Stones we know and love today. The journey takes us from reel-to-reel recordings in suburban front rooms via primitive London studios with egg-box soundproofing to the legendary Chess studios in Chicago. This compilation highlights the cover versions responsible for shaping the Stones sound, then and now. Over twenty-five songs this CD features seminal artists such as Chuck Berry, Muddy Waters, Jimmy Reed, Bo Diddley, Slim Harpo and Big Bill Broonzy as well as the lesser known Tampa Red, Will Bradley and Jazz Gillum. All tracks have been carefully remastered to optimise the sound. An extensively illustrated 28 page booklet features detailed sleevenotes from compilers Nick Duckett and Simon Wright, including a track-by-track commentary and an essay explaining the significance of each song to the Rolling Stones. This is taken from the Introduction: 'The Stones started off as skinny white boys playing music written mostly by old black men. Forty-seven years later, covers are still essential to the Stones, both live and on record - even on the last few tours covers have been played respectfully, partly as public recognition of the bands roots but also because the Stones still enjoy playing the songs they grew up with. The Stones play classic R’n’B with an authority and rhythmic drive no other band has ever consistently matched - in Keith Richard's words they have both the rock and the roll. In recent years the Stones have even featured guests such as John Lee Hooker and Buddy Guy on high profile live dates. Here is a band that pays its dues.' RANDB005
  • Let The Airwaves Flow 3: Crossing The Atlantic Side ONE 1. I Wanna Be Your Man 2. The Last Time 3. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love 4. Pain In My Heart 5. I’m Alright 6. Oh! Baby (We Got A Good Thing Going) 7. That’s How Strong My Love Is 8. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction Side TWO 1. Little Red Rooster 2. Play With Fire 3. Down The Road Apiece 4. Not Fade Away 5. I Just Want To Make Love To You 6. Cry To Me 7. She Said Yeah 8. Get Off My Cloud R&B45
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    Let The Airwaves Flow 2: Melbourne, Paris and London 1966-67 Side ONE 1. Introduction / The Last Time (Jagger, Richard) 2. Mercy, Mercy (Covay, Miller) 3. She Said Yeah (Jackson, Christy) 4. Play With Fire (Jagger, Richard) 5. Not Fade Away (Hardin, Petty) 6. That’s How Strong My Love Is (Jamison) 7. Get Off My Cloud (Jagger, Richard) 8. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (Jagger, Richard) Side TWO 1. Paint It, Black (Jagger, Richard) 2. 19th Nervous Breakdown (Jagger, Richard) 3. Lady Jane (Jagger, Richard) 4. Get Off My Cloud (Jagger, Richard) / Yesterday's Papers (Jagger, Richard) 5. Ruby Tuesday (Jagger, Richard) 6. Let's Spend The Night Together (Jagger, Richard) 7. She Smiled Sweetly (Jagger, Richard) R&B30
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    Let The Airwaves Flow 1: Live At Olympia, Paris 1965-66 Side ONE 1. EVERYBODY NEEDS SOMEBODY TO LOVE 2. AROUND AND AROUND 3. OFF THE HOOK 4. TIME IS ON MY SIDE 5. CAROL 6. IT’S ALL OVER NOW 7. LITTLE RED ROOSTER 8. ROUTE 66 Side TWO 1. EVERYBODY NEEDS SOMEBODY TO LOVE 2. THE LAST TIME 3. I’M ALRIGHT 4. CRAWDAD 5. 19TH NERVOUS BREAKDOWN 6. HANG ON SLOOPY/GET OFF MY CLOUD R&B29