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.
Perhaps the most infamous song in Rolling Stones history, 'Schoolboy Blues' (also known as 'C--sucker Blues') was recorded in 1970 to have been their final single to comply with their contract for Decca Records. Obviously, the song was rejected, and the band were free to leave the label to establish their own company, the ultimate goal at the time. The song would not go quietly however. 8, 1964, it shows off the genuine feel they had for the blues, and is No. 6 on our list of the Top 10 Unreleased Rolling Stones Songs. 5. 'Down In The Bottom'.
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The Stones were vetoed in favor of the tracks on Metamorphosis. Since most of this music was never meant for the public, the Stones should be given the benefit of the doubt regarding whatever failures their fans find with Metamorphosis. Despite the ill will, it isn’t a complete disaster. I like this unreleased version better: What it lacks in theatrical menace is made up for by its visceral, almost frightening rawness. A Banquet-era hard shuffle, I’m Going Down, completes the set. Again, Jagger is somehow spellbinding as he volleys with the music. The Rolling Stones undoubtedly felt they had to do something about the bastard album hogging all that money during their current tour.
and the new millennium that still sees them doing great live shows. The last official album was A Bigger Bang from 2005, and they've more or less stopped making new stuff since. The Beatles quit the concerts to concentrate on the studio. The Stones, being the live band they always were, quit the studio to concentrate on the concerts.
DVD features previously unreleased archive footage, rehearsals and homes videos. Housed alongside 128-page book written by David Fricke and folio containing unseen memorabilia from the MPL archives.
|1||I Can See It|
|6||Loving Cup (1st Version)|
|7||We Had It All|
|9||Memo From Turner (Group Version)|
|10||Let's Go Steady|
|11||Through The Lonely Nights|
|12||Too Many Cooks|
|13||Going To Memphis|
|14||You're Too Much|
|15||Anyway You Look At It|
|17||Sister Morphine (Take 1)|
|19||If You Let Me|
Notes19 Nervous Breakdowns Recorded in 30 years.
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