The Rolling Stones is the debut album by the Rolling Stones, released by Decca Records in the UK on 16 April 1964. The album is included in Robert Dimery's 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.
The Rolling Stones’ New Blues: Inside Their Roots Revival, Bright Future. Why iconic band took just three days to make ‘Blue & Lonesome,’ its first album in 11 years. But then again, the last time the Stones managed to finish a studio album was back in 2005, with A Bigger Bang. On the first day, Eric Clapton happened to be mixing an album of his own at British Grove when he poked his head into the Stones’ live room. The guitarist, who had seen the Stones playing blues gigs when he was still in his teens, was taken aback. Eric walked in, and he had the same reaction that any fan would have, says Was.
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Rolling Stones new album is on the cards. Their label Universal has renewed a contract for a new LP, due out sometime in 2018. Before that the band will be releasing a live compilation album in time for Christmas. Keith Richards performing with The Rolling Stones onstage at the Feyenoordstadion Rotterdam, Holland in August 2003.
Find upcoming event tour dates and schedules for The Rolling Stones at AX. om. Every album the group released through the early Seventies - from The Rolling Stones in 1964 to Exile on Main Street in 1972 - is essential not simply to an understanding of the music of that era, but to an understanding of the era itself. Though the Stones were not overtly political in their early years, their obsession with African American music - from Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf to Chuck Berry, Marvin Gaye and Don Covay - struck a chord that resonated with the goals of the civil rights movement.
The Rolling Stones released their debut album on April 16, 1964. But for the most part, they went a little deeper during the album's sessions (which was recorded during hectic single-day sessions in January and February). They opened with "Route 66," a big hit for the Nat King Cole Trio in 1946, and closed with Rufus Thomas' "Walking the Dog" (which Thomas took to the Top 10 the year before), but in between were soul and blues cuts that showed just how extensive the Stones' record collections were. The Rolling Stones made it to No. 1 on the . A month later, on May 30, the album was released in the . bearing a defining subtitle - England's Newest Hit Makers - and a slight alteration, a rarity in an era when . LPs were losing many songs in their American versions.
|1-2||Jumpin' Jack Flash|
|1-3||It's Only Rock'n Roll|
|1-4||Let's Spend The Night Together|
|1-6||Out Of Control|
|1-7||Let It Bleed|
|1-10||Honky Tonk Women|
|1-12||Before They Make Me Run|
|2-3||Start Me Up|
|2-4||Sympathy For The Devil|
|2-6||You Can't Always Get What You Want|
|BONUS SOUNDBOARD BIT ALTERNATE MIX|
|2-8||Jumpin' Jack Flash|
|BONUS SOUNDBOARD BIT: Le Festival d été, Quebec, Canada, 15th July 2015|
|2-9||Street Fighting Man|
NotesSoundboard concert at Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indianapolis, IN, USA, 4th July 2015
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