The Rolling Stones - Rough, Dirty And Irresistible R&B On Stage 1964 & 1965 download album
Complete your The Rolling Stones collection. Rough, Dirty And Irresistible R&B On Stage 1964 & 1965 (LP, Comp, Unofficial, Red).
The Rolling Stones ROUGH, DIRTY AND IRRESISTIBLE! Document Records DR 012 CD BBC July 25, 1964 & Paris l'Olympia April 18,1965. 2 part live disk featuring tracks 1-5 from the Joe Loss Show live in London, England July '65 and a show from Paris, France April 18, 1965 at the Paris L'Olympia in excellent mono, taken from tape. Dynamic sound quality considering the era. Overall, two high energy performances. 1-5) London, England - July 25, 1964 (6-16) L'Olympia, Paris, France - April 18, 1965
Document Records DR 012 CD BBC July 25, 1964 & Paris l'Olympia April 18,1965. Rolling Stones "Rough, Dirty & Irresistible!" - 1CD - live 1964 & 1965. Lossless Audio Bootlegs.
Hot Rocks 1964–1971 is a compilation album by the Rolling Stones released by London Records in December 1971. It became the Rolling Stones' best-selling release of their career and an enduring and popular retrospective
Dirty Work is the Rolling Stones' 18th British and 20th American studio album. It was released on 24 March 1986 on the Rolling Stones label by CBS Records. Produced by Steve Lillywhite, the album was recorded during a period when relations between Mick Jagger and Keith Richards soured considerably, according to Richards' autobiography Life
The Stones were still mainly an R&B cover band when they took on this 1964 chart flop by the Valentinos, co-written by the young Bobby Womack. But "It's All Over Now" was one of the moments where they found their voice as a band, especially in the final minute, with its apocalyptic rhythm-guitar duel between Richards and Jones. The most irresistible song on Exile has a deceptively chill midtempo groove, in Richards' open-chord signature, that shuffles and weaves with a stoned, balletic grace. Richards once described the sacred place that "Honky Tonk Women" had in the Rolling Stones' live set: "If they weren't dancing by then, you'd know you weren't getting it o. It gave the world a first taste of that Richards-Taylor twin-guitar raunch. For Taylor, the session "Honky Tonk Women" came out of was basically his audition to join the band.
The Rolling Stones playing their greatest songs on stage. As non-album hits and tabloid rancor continued to ramp up the Stones’ domestic reputation as the anti-Beatles their third covers-heavy long player reflected mod-propelled changing times by shifting its attention from blues to soul. Don Covay’s Mercy Mercy, Marvin Gaye’s Hitch Hike and Sam Cooke’s Good Times find the Stones mastering a fresh discipline. 8) The Rolling Stones (1964).
The Rolling Stones: England's Newest Hitmakers (ABKCO, 1964) 12 x 5 (ABKCO, 1964) The Rolling Stones, Now! (ABKCO, 1965) Out of Our Heads (ABKCO, 1965) December's Children (and Everybody's) (ABKCO, 1965) Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) (ABKCO, 1966) Aftermath (ABKCO, 1966) Got Live if You Want It! . The early Stones records are hodgepodges full of R&B covers going horribly wrong ("Under the Boardwalk," "Come On") or shockingly right ("It's All Over Now," "Around and Around"). Out of Our Heads adds "Satisfaction," the 1965 breakthrough single that continues to inspire garage-rock imitators today. Dirty Work sounded like the band's nasty kiss-off to one another, even though all the nastiness made the album feel alive, not to mention Stonesy.
Fans rush stage at the end of the Stones' performance at the Ratcliffe Stadium in Fresno, California, May 22, 1965. Mick sits on the diving board at the Manger Town and Country Motor Lodge pool in Savannah, Georgia, May 1965. Brian and Keith by the pool at the Fort Harrison Hotel in Clearwater, Florida, May 7, 1965. Mick Jagger and Brian Jones (with his epic Vox Teardrop guitar) on stage in Fresno, California on May 22, 1965. Keith Richards on stage with Brian Jones’ Gibson Firebird in Fresno, California on May 22, 1965. Reflections in the mirror of Keith Richards playing his Gibson Hummingbird and Brian Jones reading a British music paper backstage in the dressing room at the Ed Sullivan Show, September, 1966
|A1||It's All Over Now|
|A2||If You Need Me|
|A3||Confessin The Blues|
|A6||Around And Around|
|A7||Off The Hook|
|A8||Time Is On My Side|
|B2||It's All Over Now|
|B3||Little Red Rooster|
|B5||Everybody Needs Somebody To Love|
|B6||The Last Time|