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Rolling Stones - Instrumentals Volume 1 album mp3
Instrumentals Volume 1
Classic Rock
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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.

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Album cover and album sleeve are in good condition. ROLLING STONES 1964 First Album UK 1964 press Mono LK 4605 unboxed Decca 1A/3A. THE ROLLING STONES Undercover VINYL LP record+INSERT 1st USA E. 983 album EX/NM. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. THE ROLLING STONES 1st ALBUM Mono Decca LK4605 - EARLY PRESSING 1A/4A EX/VG. SIDE 1 (XARL 6271 1A) and SIDE 2 (XARL 6272 4A). Early pressing - KT code on runout. UK "2ND press" 2A/4A "Mono" lp & inn/co/sl.

Rolling Stones albums ranked from worst to best. By Ian Fortnam (Classic Rock) 2016-12-05T14:45:00. Classic Rock presents a list of every classic Rolling Stones album ranked from worst to best. And, of course, there’s an accompanying tour, not least it seems, to test just how high a ticket price the contemporary market can take. Long forgotten songs, instrumentals jams and choice snippets are recalibrated with contemporary vocal performances, but little production sheen and the end result gives the impression of a band returning to both their roots and their very best form. 11) A Bigger Bang (2005).

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It's often unfair to compare the Rolling Stones to the Beatles but in the case of the group's mono mixes, it's instructive. Until the 2009 release of the box set The Beatles in Mono, all of the Fab Four's mono mixes were out of print. That's not the case with the Rolling Stones. Most of their '60s albums - released on Decca in the .

The Rolling Stones have been one of the leading forces in British music for the last 60 years. The band have scored eight Number 1 singles and twelve Number 1 albums. Albums Compilations Chart Album Downloads Chart Physical Albums Chart Soundtrack Albums Chart Vinyl Albums Chart Singles Singles Downloads Chart Physical Singles Chart Vinyl Singles Chart Film Video Chart Blu-Ray Chart Children's Video Chart DVD Chart Film On Disc Chart Music Video Chart Special Interest Video Chart Sports & Fitness Video Chart TV On Video Chart Asian Music Chart Christian & Gospel Albums Chart.


1 Stewed & Keefed
2 Mother's Little Helper
3 Ruby Tuesday
4 Citadel 1
5 Citadel 2
6 The Gomper
7 2000 Light Years From Home
8 Potted Shrimp
9 Leather Jacket
10 Dancing In The Light
11 Alladin Story
12 And I Was A Country Boy
13 Muscle Shoals Jam 1
14 Muscle Shoals Jam 2
15 Wild Horses
16 Ian's Blues
17 Intermezzo