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.
Back when, things moved much faster than they do today, where like the Beatles, the Rolling Stones first four albums came out between May of ’64 and July of ’65. I liked the early Stones work, though there was nothing seemingly magical about them as compared to the Beatles, who for some reason were paving the road others were destined to follow
Not sold in the UK. First cat on spine, sevond on back cover, third on label. Label design and matrix run outs different comparing other versions. According to Stones on Decca this label is version 3. Matrix Numbers upside down text, above main cat on labels, are: Side One AR. 791, Side Two AR. 792. They are between brackets (different from The Rolling Stones - Out Of Our Heads). 코드 및 기타 식별자. Matrix, Runout (Runout side A, stamped): XARL-6791-3A.
The Rolling Stones – All Sold Out. 5:25. The Karaoke Channel – Out of Tears (Originally Performed by th. :10. The Rolling Stones – Cry To Me (1965 - Out of our Heads). Linus Edgren – (I'm Not Cut out to Be) A Rolling Stone. The Rolling Stones (The Best 60-x) – 05 Out Of Time. The Rolling Stones – Carol. The Rolling Stones – Out Of Control. The Rolling Stones – Out Of Time. The Rolling Stones – I m All Right. The Rolling Stones – Out of Time (Flowers Version).
The Rolling Stones – Out of Our Heads. Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo. 9. Out of Our Heads (1965). Out of Our Heads is the culmination of what you might call the first era of The Rolling Stones. They are still reliant on tough rhythm and blues and soul covers – their version of Don Covay’s Mercy Mercy is great – but Jagger and Richards’ songwriting is blossoming: antagonistic on Heart of Stone, gleefully hymning the arrogance of youth on I’m Free. The Rolling Stones saved their most audacious mid-60s pop experiments for singles – Paint It Black, Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow? – but Aftermath still cuts a ferocious swathe through Swinging London. Bracingly hostile from its opening line ( What a drag it is getting old ), its sneering, screw-you attitude is tempered by the dulcimer-led baroque pop of Lady Jane.
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The album came out of sessions that were supposed to be for an LP of Stones originals, still in its early stages. Jagger wondered whether they should wait to get that one finished, maybe release them together. But then again, the last time the Stones managed to finish a studio album was back in 2005, with A Bigger Bang. ’We might as well put this one ou. I don’t blame ’em. I probably would have done the same thing.
In 1965, the Stones finally proved themselves capable of writing classic rock singles that mined their R&B/blues roots, but updated them into a more guitar-based, thoroughly contemporary context.
|1||Not Fade Away|
|2||The Last Time|
|3||Paint It Black|
|5||Mother's Little Helper|
|6||Get Off My Cloud|
|7||19th Nervous Breakdown|
|8||(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction|