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"A Tribute To The Rolling Stones" - Product Image

"A Tribute To The Rolling Stones"

Out Of Print CD. Features music from there impeccable taste in covers, as well as artists covering their incredible originals. "Little Red Rooster- Howlin' Wolf" "Roadrunner- Bo Diddley" "Going To A Go Go- Miracles" "My Girl- Billy Preston" "Under The Boardwalk- Drifters" I've Been Loving You Too Long-Ike & Tina Turner" "If You Need Me- Wilson Pickett" "Off The Hook- Sly Stone & The Mojo Men" "Satisfaction- Buddy Guy & Junior Wells" "Jumpin' Jack Flash- Red Hearts" "Honky Tonky Woman- Mott The Hoople" "Gimme Shelter- Lip's N' Fix" "Angie- Fade To Blue" "Brown Sugar- Star Sucks" "As Tears Go By- Johnny Thunders"
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"Bo Diddley Is A Gunslinger" - Product Image
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"Bo Diddley Is A Gunslinger"

BO DIDDLEY/BO DIDDLEY IS A GUNSLINGER (LP) FACTORY SEALED LP - Analog vinyl pressing for superior fidelity. Not only does it sport one of the most striking album covers of its era (Diddley decked out in cowboy finery, about to get the drop on some unfortunate varmint with one of his fieriest guitars lying at his feet), this 1961 album contains some fine music. The title track continues the legend of you-know-who, while "Ride on Josephine" and "Cadillac" rock like hell (and Ed Sullivan must have been glad to see that Diddley finally learned "Sixteen Tons"). 1. Gun Slinger 2. Ride on Josephine 3. Doing the Crawdaddy 4. Cadillac 5. Somewhere 6. Cheyenne 7. Sixteen Tons 8. Whoa Mule (Shine) 9. No More Lovin' 10. Diddling
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"Bo Diddley, Big Bad Bo"

BO DIDDLEY - BIG BAD BO FACTORY SEALED LP - Analog vinyl pressing for superior fidelity. BO DIDDLEY/BIG BAD BO (LP) Having tried everything else in his search for a new sound, Bo moved into a jazz vein on this record, and the results are not bad. His cover of Van Morrison's "I've Been Workin'," and his rendition of "Hit Or Miss" aren't half-bad, just Bo fronting some really good jazzmen in New York. There is one good blues tune here, however, in "Evelee," the only Bo original on Big Bad Bo. It features a powerful performance by The Originator, who working for most of its length with a relatively stripped down band; this one number should've been the model for the whole album. Bite You He's Got All The Whiskey Hit or Miss You've Got A Lot of Nerve Stop the Pusher Evelee I've Been Workin'
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"Bo Diddley, Have Guitar Will Travel"

BO DIDDLEY/HAVE GUITAR WILL TRAVEL (LP) Amazingly, Bo Diddley's third album -- containing classics such as "Cops and Robbers," "Run Diddley Daddy," and "Mona (I Need You Baby)" -- has only been reissued on vinyl, and even that's out of print. More than one British Invasion band learned what they needed to know about American rock & roll from the songs on this record (the Stones cut "Cops and Robbers" at their earliest recording session, and later released a killer version of "Mona," though the most interesting British version of the latter was done by an all-girl band with an attitude called the Liverbirds). This record is every bit as raunchy as Diddley's first two albums (the guitars may even be crunchier, and the singing shows more range), and has more than enough to recommend it to collectors and fans. This is the album that began the funny cover photos on Diddley's records. 1. She's Alright 2. Cops and Robbers 3. Run Diddley Daddy 4. Mumblin' Guitar 5. I Need You Baby (Mona) 6. Say Man 7. Nursery Rhyme 8. I Love You So 9. Spanish Guitar 10. Dancing Girl 11. Come on Baby
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"Bo Diddley, Where It All Began" - Product Image
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"Bo Diddley, Where It All Began"

Classic Analog LP Pressing. Tracks Include: "I've Had It Hard" "Woman" "Look At Grandma" "A Good Thing" "Bad Trip" "Hey, Jerome" "Infactuation" "Take It All Off" "Bo Diddley - Itis"
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"Bobby Vee, The EP Collection"

Out of Print See For Miles EP Collection CD. Includes 22 Tracks: "Little Star" "Lollipop" "Rubber Ball" "Someday" "Bo Diddley" "The Night Has A Thousand Eyes" "Peggy Sue" "Walk Right Back" "Linda Lu" "Take Good Cate Of My Baby" "At A Time Like This" "More Than I Can Say" "Run To Him" "A Forever Kind Of Love" "Sharing You" "Since I Met You, Baby" "Devil Or Angel" and more!
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"Bruce Springsteen, Born to Run- 200 Gram - CURRENTLY SOLD OUT"

BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN - BORN TO RUN - 200 GRAM HEAVY VINYL LIMITED EDITION - Rated the 27th best album in Rock N Roll History. Out of Print FACTORY SEALED Analog Expensive Gatefold LP - This Limited Edition Audiophile Mastered LP was mastered from the Original Session Tapes. This 200 Gram Heavy Vinyl LP has been critically acclaimed as the finest and quietest ever produced of this recording. It is a new listening experience that will virtually make you feel as if you were in the studio. High definition analog vinyl pressing for superior fidelity. The nicest thing you can do for your stylus and ears. The ultimate record - the way music was meant to be heard. Out of Print forever!! BORN TO RUN is the only Album to have two songs rated as the Top 100 singles of All-Time. Not even the Beatles had an Album like that. One is "Born to Run" and the other is "Thunder Road." This Album was rated the 27th Best Album of All-Time. It was also included in Vibe Magazine as the Top 100 Albums of the 20th Century. BORN TO RUN is the Album that turned Springsteen from a phenomenon into a SuperStar. Springsteen became even more ambitious synthesizing Spectorian and Orbison-esque drama with Dwayne Eddy-inflluence guitar work creating something grand enough to be called Rock Opera but too proletarian to ever claim that title. BORN TO RUN was also the first Album where The Boss began to crystalize his recurring theme of working class America doomed - but - passionate rage against its circumstances. With the earnestness and emotion that burst forth from Springsteen's street poems, the Album is never less than exhilerating and songs like "Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out" (a tongue-in-cheek history of the E-Street Band) provides humor. "She's The One" puts the Bo Diddley beat to its most effective post-fifties use and the title track is Springsteen's quintessential underdog epic. ABSOLUTELY ONE OF THE BEST ALBUMS OF ALL-TIME. On this the 30th Anniversary of one of the most important albums of the '70s and arguably of rock generally, THIS AUDIOPHILE MASTERPIECE brings back, for the first time on their Quiex Super Vinyl Profile, Born To Run. The Boss is joined by Clarence Clemons on sax, Max Weinberg on drums, Roy Bittan on piano and Garry Tallent on bass. They work out on such classics as "Born To Run," "Thunder Road" and "Tenth Avenue Freeze Out." Recorded at the Record Plant in New York and engineered and mixed by Jimmy Lovine (now president of Geffen/A&M Records). Produced by Bruce, Jon Landau and Mike Appel. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Track Listings 1. Thunder Road 2. Tenth Avenue Freeze-Out 3. Night 4. Backstreets 5. Born To Run 6. She's The One 7. Meeting Across the River 8. Jungleland
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"Eric Clapton, Unplugged - 180 Gram - Gatefold Cover - CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK"

ERIC CLAPTON - UNPLUGGED - LIMITED EDITION 180 GRAM PRESSING. FACTORY SEALED LP with Gatefold Cover - analog vinyl pressing The debate whether, when learning to play the guitar, you should begin with an acoustic or an electric instrument, is probably as old as the history of the electric guitar itself; regardless which event you associate most strongly with its invention, and which of the enterprising souls who began experimenting with the amplification of the six-string sound way back in the 1930s you most credit therewith. Many find the sound of an electric guitar more impressive than that of an acoustic; and I'll freely admit that few pieces of music make my inner membranes resonate as instinctively as those featuring a really well-played e-guitar solo. Purists, however, argue passionately in favor of the acoustic guitar, and maintain that you're simply not going to learn to play "cleanly" if you don't start out that way. And there is definitely something to be said for that, because it is much easier to conceal a sloppily-played chord behind an electric guitar's amplified volume or a clever-sounding solo (or behind both) than in the unadulterated sound of an acoustic guitar. The discussion about the early 1990s' trend towards "unplugged" recordings centers around similar arguments. Some pieces of music are of course simply not meant to ever be played on an acoustic guitar. Others, however, live from their amplified soundeffects more than from their intrinsic musical values, and they simply fizzle when reduced to their core and performed acoustically. And then there is that rare category of pieces which sound equally fantastic both ways, and that rare category of players who manage to dazzle you regardless what type of instrument they're playing. Eric Clapton is such a musician, and some of the songs on the playlist of his "Unplugged" album are such pieces of music. Most notable among those, of course, is "Layla," Clapton's intensely personal dedication to one-time wife Patty Boyd; written in 1970 and at a time when he saw no chance of ever winning her for himself. From the memorable opening riff of the song's original recording to its guitar solos, screaming with despair, it is extremely hard to imagine how this song could ever work in an acoustic version. Yet on a whim and at the last minute, Clapton decided to include it in the "Unplugged" playlist. And transposed by a full octave, reduced to a languid and almost upbeat, somewhat jazzy blues rhythm, it works out wonderfully; and Layla/Patty finds herself miraculously transformed from an object of desire to one of reflection instead. In fact, that track alone, which won the 1992 Grammy as Best Rock Song, turned out to be responsible for a good share of the enormous popularity of this album which (together with 1989's "Journeyman") reestablished Clapton as an artist to reckon with, after his career had threatened to slump over the course of much of the previous decade. And similarly responsible for the success of "Unplugged" was the inclusion of another and more recent piece performed from the bottom of Clapton's soul, the triple Grammy winning "Tears in Heaven;" dedicated to his son Conor who had tragically died after falling from the open window of a 53rd floor apartment in New York City the preceding year. (The studio version of the song is contained on the soundtrack of the movie "Rush," likewise released in 1992.) But "Unplugged" is to large extents a classic blues album, from the twelve-bar rhythm of Bo Diddley's "Before You Accuse Me" (featuring only Eric Clapton himself and one of the most modest and supremely talented living guitarists, Clapton's trusted friend and touring partner Andy Fairweather Low) to Jimmy Cox's "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out" (the second cut besides "Layla" from the famous album recorded under the name Derek and the Dominos), Delta Blues king Robert Johnson's "Walkin' Blues" and "Malted Milk," Jesse Fuller's upbeat "San Francisco Bay Blues," and the traditionals "Alberta" and "Rollin' and Tumblin'" (the latter, here attributed to the great Chess blues man M[cKinley] Morganfield a/k/a Muddy Waters, who made it famous). Three more of Eric Clapton's own compositions stand out among the songs which round up the album's playlist: the introductory lighthearted "Signe," which reflects his love of Brazilian music, the melancholic "Lonely Stranger" and finally "Old Love," a cut from 1989's "Journeyman." Few white artists understand as well as Eric Clapton that the blues thrives, first and foremost, on a live atmosphere - preferably in a smaller setting like the one used for this recording, which allows for plenty of spontaneous interaction between stage and audience. And few artists are as unafraid of the gaffes that are almost invariably associated with a live appearance, even in the case of Clapton and his outstanding backup band; and manage, time and again, to turn them into a light moment. The garbled beginning of "Alberta" is an excellent example here; you can almost hear Clapton grinning when he says "Hang on, hang on, hang on" and simply starts over. Similarly, "Layla" is merely introduced with the words "See if you can spot this one" - and instantly greeted with the enthusiastic cheers of an audience which doesn't even need to hear the famous five notes of the song's introductory riff to recognize it. Asked whether he, too, would ever consider an "unplugged" appearance, e-guitar legend Jeff Beck, who with Eric Clapton and Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page forms the trinity of "guitar gods" that emerged from Great Britain's famous Yardbirds, reportedly once responded that he couldn't imagine such a thing because it would make him feel "naked." And listening to Eric Clapton's "Unplugged" album, you can't shake the impression that Beck does have a point. These are pure, naked blues songs, supremely performed - and a pure joy to listen to.
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"Link Wray & The WrayMen - Rock N Rumble" - Product Image
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"Link Wray & The WrayMen - Rock N Rumble"

Link Wray & The Wraymen Rock N Rumble - LAST COPY FOREVER The Link Wray & The Wraymen were simply one of the best instrumental bands ever & a tremendous influence on the 60's Surf Music Instrumentals. This collection of 50'/60's masterpieces are out of print and could be your last chance of ever owning these outstanding instrumentals. They really captures who they influenced the surf music 60's era. Don't Miss Out. Link Wray - Rock N Rumble Tracks Rumble - Jack The Ripper - Ace Of Spades - Black Widow - The Night Knows - My Alberta - The Swepper - Good Rockin' Tonite - I'll Do Anything for You - Deuces Wild - Raw-Hide - Hound Dog - Mustang - Steel Trap - Hey Bo Diddley - Turnpike USA
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"Rockin' Guitars, Various Artists"

Out Of Print CD. Artists & Tracks Include: "Johnny B. Goode/Chuck Berry" "Who Do You Love?/Bo Diddley" "Radar Love/Golden Earring" "Don't Misunderstand Me/Rossington Collins Band" "Walk Away/The James Gang" "Rocky Mountain Way/Joe Walsh" "Only You Know And I Know/Dave Mason" "Free Bird/Lynyrd Skynyrd" "The Pusher/Steppenwolf" "(You Can Still) Rock In America/Night Ranger".
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"Ronnie Hawkins, Rock N Roll Resurrection & The Giant Of Rock N Roll (2 LPs in 1 CD)" - Product Image
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"Ronnie Hawkins, Rock N Roll Resurrection & The Giant Of Rock N Roll (2 LPs in 1 CD)"

Out of Print See For Miles CD. Includes 21 Tracks: "Lawdy Miss Clawdy" "When My Dreamboat Comes Home" "Cora Mae" "Memphis, Tennessee" "Ain't That A Shame" "Bony Moronie" "Diddley Daddy" "Dream Lover" "Aint That Just Like A Woman" "Home From The Forest" "Brand New Tennessee" "Honey Love" "Kinky" "High Blood Pressure" and more!
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"The Animals, The Best of The Animals"

Digitally re-mastered from the Original Master Recording onto 100% Virgin Vinyl. Long out of print Pressing, this LP is no longer available from distributors! While they're best remembered for "House of the Rising Sun," the Animals had more than one track. What about "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" and "We've Gotta Get Out of this Place," to name but two, as well as a later incarnation's "San Franciscan Nights," Eric Burdon's ode to the flower power of 1967. Always rough and ready, Eric Burton & The Animals were a blues band from Newcastle who never looked completely comfortable in their suits, but who nonetheless produced some great pieces of music such as: 1. House of the Rising Sun 2. I'm Crying 3. Baby Let Me Take You Home 4. Around and Around 5. Talkin' 'Bout You 6. Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood 7. Boom Boom 8. Dimples 9. We Gotta Get Out of This Place 10. I'm in Love Again 11. Bury My Body 12. Gonna Send You Back to Walker 13. Story of Bo Diddley 14. It's My Life 15. Bring It on Home to Me
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"The Kinks, BBC Sessions 64-77 - 3 LP Set - Last Copy - CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK"

THE KINKS - BBC SESSIONS 1964 - 1977 - IN ORIGINAL FACTORY Sealed - 3 LP SET - Sealed TREMENDOUSLY RARE LIMITED EDITION ORIGINAL EUROPEAN VINYL PRESSING OF THIS CLASSIC MASTERPIECE. THIS PRESSING WAS THE 1ST EVER AND ONLY PRESSING OF THIS TITLE. NOW LONG OUT OF PRINT & TREMENDOUSLY RARE. BBC SESSION - 3 LP SET - As live Kinks albums go, BBC Sessions is about as fine a representation of the quartet's inimitable sense of showmanship as exists. Yes, there's Live at Kelvin Hall from the '60s, Everybody's in Show-Biz from the '70s, and One for the Road from the '80s, but this TRIPLE LP SET of broadcast performances captures the Davies brothers at the peak of their powers--from 1964, when they burst on the scene with "You Really Got Me" to 1977, when their career was on the upswing. A veritable greatest-hits collection, BBC Sessions benefits from plenty of raw, sometimes clumsy energy. Ray once insisted, "The day we become professional is the day we are ruined," and the Kinks never did turn pro during this 13-year span. There's great fun throughout these TRIPLE LP SET, but of particular note are the woozy '70s recordings where the group worked with a horn section whose music-hall adornments prove to be delightfully complementary. One can't help but get the sense that they were plugged into what the Stones and the Band were doing at the time, but regardless of the setting and surroundings, the Kinks were true originals 1. You Really Got Me 2. Interview - The Kinks, 3. Cadillac - The Kinks, Diddley, Bo 4. All Day and All of the Night 5. Tired of Waiting for You 6. Everybody's Gonna Be Happy 7. See My Friends 8. This Strange Effect 9. Milk Cow Blues - The Kinks, Estes, Sleepy John 10. Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight 11. Till the End of the Day 12. Where Have All the Good Times Gone? 13. Death of a Clown 14. Love Me 'Til the Sun Shines - The Kinks, Davies, Dave [1] 15. Harry Rag 16. Good Luck Charm - The Kinks, Davies, Dave [1] 17. Waterloo Sunset 18. Monica 19. Days 20. The Village Green Preservation Society 1. Mindless Child of Motherhood - The Kinks, Davies, Dave [1] 2. Holiday 3. Demolition 4. Victoria 5. Here Comes Yet Another Day 6. Money Talks 7. Mirror of Love 8. Celluloid Heroes 9. Skin and Bone/Dry Bones 10. Get Back in the Line 11. Did You See His Name 12. When I Turn off the Living Room Lights 13. Skin and Bone 14. Money Talks
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"The Pretty Things, ST - OBi Mini Replica LP In A CD - Japanese"

Artist: Pretty Things (The) Release Date: Mar 29, 2004 Format: CD Record Label: JVC Victor UPC: 4988002457915 Genre: Rock Duration: Album or EP Sub-Genre: British Invasion Special Attributes: Import, Remastered, Special Edition Detailed item info Track listing 1. Road Runner 2. Judgement Day 3. 13 Chester Street 4. Big City 5. Unknown Blues 6. Mama, Keep Your Big Mouth Shut 7. Honey, I Need 8. Oh Baby Doll 9. She's Fine She's Mine 10. Don't Lie to Me 11. Moon Is Rising 12. Pretty Thing 13. We Hope You Like Them! Distributor: MSI Music Distribution Recording type: Studio Recording mode: Stereo THE PRETTY THINGS is an Enhanced CD containing both a full audio program as well as multimedia computer files including a promotional video of "Rosalyn." The Pretty Things: Phil May (vocals); Dick Taylor, Brian Pendleton (guitar); John Stax (bass); Viv Prince (drums). Includes liner notes by Paul Du Noyer. All tracks digitally remastered from the original master tapes by Mark St. John and Andy Pearce (February 1998, Masterpiece Mastering, London, England). Japanese edition. CD comes in Jpn LP Sleeve. Raucous to the point of making their peers the Rolling Stones look tame, the Pretty Things took the emerging British blues-rock sound of the mid-1960s and injected it with a heavy dose of manic energy. Given guitarist Dick Taylor's initial musical camaraderie with classmates Mick Jagger and Keith Richards (Taylor was in the Stones briefly before bowing out to attend art school), it's no surprise that the lesser-known group had much in common with the soon-to-be superstars. The Pretty Things' self-titled 1965 debut is a restless set of tunes largely made up of Bo Diddley and Chuck Berry covers, with the quartet surging through a feisty take on Diddley's "Roadrunner" and a breakneck-paced rendition of Berry's "Oh Baby Doll," among others. Phil May, the group's hyperactive vocalist, makes Mick seem positively polite, while the rest of the band has clearly borrowed pages from the Keith Moon book of freewheeling musicianship. The resulting album may be too raw for some listeners, but for ardent fans of early Stones, Animals, and Kinks, THE PRETTY THINGS will be a welcome discovery. Editorial reviews 4 stars out of 5 - ...Apocalyptic R&B, Stonesy rock and Kinksy pop... Q (10/01/2000) 4 Stars (out of 5) - ...THE PRETTY THINGS packs the band's lock-up-your-daughters-and-liquor-cabinets stage charm into tightly wound Bo Diddley covers...and white R&B bullets... Rolling Stone (04/01/1999)
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This is a Japanese 24-bit re-mastered Mini LP replica Limited Edition Collection - only 2,000 Collector pieces made worldwide and are immediately Out of Print. Recorded from the finest Original Masters available. Comes with anti-static sleeves similar to Vinyl LPs, Cardboard packaging like an LP, re-sealable plastic wrap cases for protection of the collectible and include extensive Liner Notes Booklet. Actual miniaturized version of the 12" LP in 4" CD version. Additional Information about The Rolling Stones, Now! Portions of this page Copyright 1948 - 2006 Muze Inc. All rights reserved. Track listing 1. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love 2. Down Home Girl 3. You Can't Catch Me 4. Heart Of Stone 5. What A Shame 6. Mona (I Need You Baby) 7. Down The Road Apiece 8. Off The Hook 9. Pain In My Heart 10. Oh Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin') 11. Little Red Rooster 12. Surprise, Surprise Details Contributing artists: Jack Nitzsche Producer: Andrew Loog Oldham Distributor: Universal Distribution Recording type: Studio Recording mode: Stereo SPAR Code: n/a Album notes The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger (vocals, harmonica); Keith Richards (guitar, background vocals); Brian Jones (guitar, harmonica); Bill Wyman (bass); Charlie Watts (drums). Additional personnel: Ian Stewart (piano, organ); Jack Nitzsche (piano). Recorded at Chess Studios, Chicago, Illinois; RCA Studios, Hollywood, California; Regent Sound, London, England. Includes liner notes by Andrew Loog Oldham. THE ROLLING STONES, NOW! is a masterpiece of early British R&B, Rolling Stones style. Things start off with a powerful rendition of Solomon Burke's signature tune "Everybody Needs Somebody To Love." Elsewhere, the Stones take a tour of American music, from Bo Diddley's "Mona," complete with choppy, reverbed guitar, to a slow, churning version of Willie Dixon's blues evergreen "Little Red Rooster," probably the first version of the song to feature fuzz bass. Amid all this esteemed company, though, the standout tracks are the Jagger-Richards originals. With its heartbreaking lyrics and poignant accompaniment, "Heart of Stone" could have been a classic soul ballad appropriated from some great, obscure American singer. On "What a Shame," the Stones prove that they don't have to look to outside sources for their blues. Keith's penetrating slide here, as on "Little Red Rooster," foreshadows greater things to come. Editorial reviews ...Sounding fresh and squeaky, the band honors a foundation they would soon destroy and remake in their own image... - Rating: B- Entertainment Weekly (09/20/2002) 6 (out of 10) - ...The Stones of '64 and '65 may not have been the world's most accomplished musicians, but they were lean and hungry. There's a lippy arrogance that's best illustrated on ROLLING STONES NOW!, in particular the pasty-faced soul of `Pain In My Heart' and the R&B plod of `Off The Hook'... NME (07/08/1995) ...Sounding fresh and squeaky, the band honors a foundation they would soon destroy and remake in their own image... - Rating: B-NME (7/8/95, p.46) - 6 (out of 10) - ...The Stones of '64 and '65 may not have been the world's most accomplished musicians, but they were lean and hungry. There's a lippy arrogance that's best illustrated on ROLLING STONES NOW!, in particular the pasty-faced soul of `Pain In My Heart' and the R&B plod of `Off The Hook'... Entertainment Weekly (09/20/2002) Ranked #181 in Rolling Stone's The 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time Rolling Stone (12/11/2003)
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"The Rolling Stones, Now SACD - Sticker Showing Original First Inaugural Edition Certificate"

THIS COPY CONTAINS THE ORIGINAL 1ST INAUGURAL EDITION CERTIFICATE - THIS IS WHAT COLLECTORS ARE LOOKING FOR WHEN SEEKING OUT 1ST EDITION STONES TITLES IN THIS FORMAT - Super Audio CD - Hybrid Audiophile Sound - Digipak Packaging is re-mastered by ABKCO featuring ORIGINAL LINER NOTES . The greatest advancement since the introduction of stereo, Super Audio CDs employ the innovative single-bit encoding system, Direct Stream Digital. Every SACD performs superbly with Compact Disc Players as well as the New SACD Players. Remember Hybrid SACDs will play back beautifully on all CD players. Item specifics - Music: CDs Condition: Brand New: Artist: Rolling Stones (The) Release Date: Aug 27, 2002 Format: CD Record Label: ABKCO Records UPC: 018771942023 Genre: Rock Duration: Album or EP Special Attributes: Enhanced CD, Remastered, Special Edition Track listing 1. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love 2. Down Home Girl 3. You Can't Catch Me 4. Heart of Stone 5. What a Shame 6. Mona (I Need You Baby) 7. Down the Road a Piece 8. Off the Hook 9. Pain in My Heart 10. Oh Baby (We Got a Good Thing Goin') 11. Little Red Rooster 12. Surprise, Surprise Playing time: 36 min. Contributing artists: Jack Nitzsche Producer: Andrew Loog Oldham, Jody H. Klein (Reissue) Distributor: Universal Distribution Recording mode: Stereo Album notes The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger (vocals, harmonica); Keith Richards (guitar, background vocals); Brian Jones (guitar, harmonica); Bill Wyman (bass); Charlie Watts (drums). Additional personnel: Ian Stewart (piano, organ); Jack Nitzsche (piano). Recorded at Chess Studios, Chicago, Illinois; RCA Studios, Hollywood, California; Regent Sound, London, England. Includes liner notes by Andrew Loog Oldham. Additional personnel: Ian Stewart , Jack Nitzsche (piano). Audio Remasterers: Jon Astley; Bob Ludwig; Steve Rosenthal; Teri Landi; Paschal Byrne. THE ROLLING STONES, NOW! is a masterpiece of early British R&B, Rolling Stones style. Things start off with a powerful rendition of Solomon Burke's signature tune "Everybody Needs Somebody To Love." Elsewhere, the Stones take a tour of American music, from Bo Diddley's "Mona," complete with choppy, reverbed guitar, to a slow, churning version of Willie Dixon's blues evergreen "Little Red Rooster," probably the first version of the song to feature fuzz bass. Amid all this esteemed company, though, the standout tracks are the Jagger-Richards originals. With its heartbreaking lyrics and poignant accompaniment, "Heart of Stone" could have been a classic soul ballad appropriated from some great, obscure American singer. On "What a Shame," the Stones prove that they don't have to look to outside sources for their blues. Keith's penetrating slide here, as on "Little Red Rooster," foreshadows greater things to come.
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"The Rolling Stones, Now SACD - Sticker Showing Original First Inaugural Edition Certificate"

THIS COPY CONTAINS THE ORIGINAL 1ST INAUGURAL EDITION CERTIFICATE - THIS IS WHAT COLLECTORS ARE LOOKING FOR WHEN SEEKING OUT 1ST EDITION STONES TITLES IN THIS FORMAT - Super Audio CD - Hybrid Audiophile Sound - Digipak Packaging is re-mastered by ABKCO featuring ORIGINAL LINER NOTES . The greatest advancement since the introduction of stereo, Super Audio CDs employ the innovative single-bit encoding system, Direct Stream Digital. Every SACD performs superbly with Compact Disc Players as well as the New SACD Players. Remember Hybrid SACDs will play back beautifully on all CD players. Item specifics - Music: CDs Condition: Brand New: Artist: Rolling Stones (The) Release Date: Aug 27, 2002 Format: CD Record Label: ABKCO Records UPC: 018771942023 Genre: Rock Duration: Album or EP Special Attributes: Enhanced CD, Remastered, Special Edition Track listing 1. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love 2. Down Home Girl 3. You Can't Catch Me 4. Heart of Stone 5. What a Shame 6. Mona (I Need You Baby) 7. Down the Road a Piece 8. Off the Hook 9. Pain in My Heart 10. Oh Baby (We Got a Good Thing Goin') 11. Little Red Rooster 12. Surprise, Surprise Playing time: 36 min. Contributing artists: Jack Nitzsche Producer: Andrew Loog Oldham, Jody H. Klein (Reissue) Distributor: Universal Distribution Recording mode: Stereo Album notes The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger (vocals, harmonica); Keith Richards (guitar, background vocals); Brian Jones (guitar, harmonica); Bill Wyman (bass); Charlie Watts (drums). Additional personnel: Ian Stewart (piano, organ); Jack Nitzsche (piano). Recorded at Chess Studios, Chicago, Illinois; RCA Studios, Hollywood, California; Regent Sound, London, England. Includes liner notes by Andrew Loog Oldham. Additional personnel: Ian Stewart , Jack Nitzsche (piano). Audio Remasterers: Jon Astley; Bob Ludwig; Steve Rosenthal; Teri Landi; Paschal Byrne. THE ROLLING STONES, NOW! is a masterpiece of early British R&B, Rolling Stones style. Things start off with a powerful rendition of Solomon Burke's signature tune "Everybody Needs Somebody To Love." Elsewhere, the Stones take a tour of American music, from Bo Diddley's "Mona," complete with choppy, reverbed guitar, to a slow, churning version of Willie Dixon's blues evergreen "Little Red Rooster," probably the first version of the song to feature fuzz bass. Amid all this esteemed company, though, the standout tracks are the Jagger-Richards originals. With its heartbreaking lyrics and poignant accompaniment, "Heart of Stone" could have been a classic soul ballad appropriated from some great, obscure American singer. On "What a Shame," the Stones prove that they don't have to look to outside sources for their blues. Keith's penetrating slide here, as on "Little Red Rooster," foreshadows greater things to come.
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Super Audio CD - Hybrid Audiophile Sound - Digipak Packaging is re-mastered by ABKCO featuring ORIGINAL LINER NOTES . The greatest advancement since the introduction of stereo, Super Audio CDs employ the innovative single-bit encoding system, Direct Stream Digital. Every SACD performs superbly with Compact Disc Players as well as the New SACD Players. Remember Hybrid SACDs will play back beautifully on all CD players. Mymusicfix is offering some of the rarest Rolling Stones collectible SACD's (with limited edition digipak covers) ever released. Each of these titles were very Limited Editions by ABKCO (which has recently announced these STONES SACD's are now out of print) with most gone forever for fans & collectors of classic Stones limited editions. Additional Information about The Rolling Stones, Now! Portions of this page Copyright 1948 - 2007 Muze Inc. All rights reserved. Track listing 1. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love 2. Down Home Girl 3. You Can't Catch Me 4. Heart Of Stone 5. What A Shame 6. Mona (I Need You Baby) 7. Down The Road Apiece 8. Off The Hook 9. Pain In My Heart 10. Oh Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin') 11. Little Red Rooster 12. Surprise, Surprise Details Contributing artists: Jack Nitzsche Producer: Andrew Loog Oldham Distributor: Universal Distribution Recording type: Studio Recording mode: Stereo SPAR Code: n/a Album notes The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger (vocals, harmonica); Keith Richards (guitar, background vocals); Brian Jones (guitar, harmonica); Bill Wyman (bass); Charlie Watts (drums). Additional personnel: Ian Stewart (piano, organ); Jack Nitzsche (piano). Recorded at Chess Studios, Chicago, Illinois; RCA Studios, Hollywood, California; Regent Sound, London, England. Includes liner notes by Andrew Loog Oldham. THE ROLLING STONES, NOW! is a masterpiece of early British R&B, Rolling Stones style. Things start off with a powerful rendition of Solomon Burke's signature tune "Everybody Needs Somebody To Love." Elsewhere, the Stones take a tour of American music, from Bo Diddley's "Mona," complete with choppy, reverbed guitar, to a slow, churning version of Willie Dixon's blues evergreen "Little Red Rooster," probably the first version of the song to feature fuzz bass. Amid all this esteemed company, though, the standout tracks are the Jagger-Richards originals. With its heartbreaking lyrics and poignant accompaniment, "Heart of Stone" could have been a classic soul ballad appropriated from some great, obscure American singer. On "What a Shame," the Stones prove that they don't have to look to outside sources for their blues. Keith's penetrating slide here, as on "Little Red Rooster," foreshadows greater things to come. Editorial reviews ...Sounding fresh and squeaky, the band honors a foundation they would soon destroy and remake in their own image... - Rating: B- Entertainment Weekly (09/20/2002) 6 (out of 10) - ...The Stones of '64 and '65 may not have been the world's most accomplished musicians, but they were lean and hungry. There's a lippy arrogance that's best illustrated on ROLLING STONES NOW!, in particular the pasty-faced soul of `Pain In My Heart' and the R&B plod of `Off The Hook'... NME (07/08/1995) ...Sounding fresh and squeaky, the band honors a foundation they would soon destroy and remake in their own image... - Rating: B-NME (7/8/95, p.46) - 6 (out of 10) - ...The Stones of '64 and '65 may not have been the world's most accomplished musicians, but they were lean and hungry. There's a lippy arrogance that's best illustrated on ROLLING STONES NOW!, in particular the pasty-faced soul of `Pain In My Heart' and the R&B plod of `Off The Hook'... Entertainment Weekly (09/20/2002) Ranked #181 in Rolling Stone's The 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time Rolling Stone (12/11/2003)
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