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This is a reconstruction of the unreleased 1966 Rolling Stones album Could You Walk On The Water. After Decca Records refused to release such a blasphemous album title, the band restructured the album into their seminal Aftermath album. Brian Jones again adorned The Stones' brand of rock with such exotic instruments as a dulcimer, marimba and a sitar. Now with 21 new songs in total, The Stones combined the best of the December 1965 and March 1966 sessions into one 14-track album. With Paint It Black the lead single in the US market and Mother’s Little Helper the lead single in the UK market (both backed with Lady Jane ), the album-now titled Aftermath-was released in April to critical and commercial acclaim, marking The Rolling Stones’ first masterpiece.

Walk on Water" is a song by American rapper Eminem featuring vocals by American singer Beyoncé. It was released on November 10, 2017 as the lead single from Eminem's ninth solo studio album Revival (2017). The song is written by Mathers, Hafermann, and Beyoncé, and produced by Rick Rubin and Skylar Grey

Aftermath was The Rolling Stones’ fourth album in the UK, where it reached N. after being released by Decca Records on 15 April 1966. In the US, however, it was released two months later, on 20 July, by London Records. After entering the Billboard chart on 9 July, at N. 17 (the highest new entry of the week – four places ahead of The Beatles’ Yesterday And Today) the album would spend six weeks climbing the charts on the way to its US peak of N., on 13 August, nestling just one place behind The Beatles.

Rolling Stones No 2 (1965). The early 60s blues scene was a purists’ movement, but their second album demonstrates how eclectic and boundary-blurring the early Stones were, boldly defining a space of their own somewhere between blues, rock’n’roll and soul, amping up the pace and the attitude of each to thrilling effect. 10. Blue & Lonesome (2016). The late 60s curdling from buttercup-sandwich optimism to grim bleakness could have finished the Rolling Stones: drug busts, deaths, murderous Hells Angels at Altamont. But in truth, it suited them. Virtually from the moment they started writing songs, Jagger and Richards were drawn to darkness: certainly, they were better at depicting decay and decadence than delivering pie-eyed hippy beatitudes.

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. I don’t think we thought about that, says Jagger, before launching into a lengthy, learned riff on the early days of jazz, when white musicians like Bix Beiderbecke were quickly assimilated into the genre, but the complaints were really on the fact – and you could level a lot of people with it – that the white people made more money.

The Rolling Stones recorded it in 1964 for their debut album and a live version was released on Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out! (1969). Their recordings were preceded by a performance by the Beatles in 1963, later included on Live at the BBC (1994) "Carol" Track Info. Cover Of. Carol by Chuck Berry. The Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones. 1. Route 66. 2. I Just Want to Make Love to You.

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