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"The Rolling Stones, December's Children OBI"

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. December's Children (And Everybody's) Portions of this page Copyright 1948 - 2006 Muze Inc. All rights reserved. Track listing 1. She Said Yeah 2. Talkin' About You 3. You Better Move On 4. Look What You've Done 5. Singer Not The Song, The 6. Route 66 7. Get Off Of My Cloud 8. I'm Free 9. As Tears Go By 10. Gotta Get Away 11. Blue Turns To Grey 12. I'm Moving On Details 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); Brian Jones (guitar, harmonica, keyboards); Keith Richards (guitar); Bill Wyman (bass); Charlie Watts (drums, percussion). Additional personnel: Jack Nitzsche (keyboards, percussion); Ian Stewart (keyboards, marimba, percussion); J.W. Alexander (percussion). Recorded in Hollywood, California, Chicago, Illinois and London, England. DECEMBER'S CHILDREN marked a crucial point in the Stones' development. The band was beginning to move away from its blues/R&B roots toward something more uniquely its own. Certainly those roots were far from absent in the songs composed for this album, and the Stones still cover their share of the masters here (Chuck Berry, Arthur Alexander, Hank Snow), but something new was afoot. The aching ballad "As Tears Go By," complete with baroque orchestration, heralded a new direction in the Stones' songwriting. Similarly, the folk-rockish strains of "The Singer Not The Song" hint at previously uncharted directions. Perhaps the most crucial track here is "Get Off My Cloud, which, while it incorporates the band's rootsy influences, is possessed of a decidedly modern power that the Stones were only beginning to learn to harness. This was the beginning of a style more specific than pop, blues, or rock & roll. DECEMBER'S CHILDREN may be seen as the beginning of what can only be defined as Rolling Stones music. Editorial reviews ...collects together the leftovers from the previous releases (best represented by Arthur Alexander's `You Better Move On') plus the glorious `Get Off Of My Cloud'... NME (07/08/1995)
SKU Number: 93018
Price: $49.99