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The Rolling Stones, Now! [Original recording remastered, Original recording reissued, Hybrid SACD]

The Rolling Stones Audio CD
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1. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
2. Down Home Girl
3. You Can't Catch Me
4. Heart of Stone
5. What a Shame
6. Mona (I Need You Baby)
7. Down the Road a Piece
8. Off the Hook
9. Pain in My Heart
10. Oh Baby (We Got a Good Thing Goin')
11. Little Red Rooster
12. Surprise, Surprise

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5.0 out of 5 stars Great album March 24 2014
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This is the best of the early bluesy Stones with some great guitar weaving by Keith and Brian. A must have for any Rolling Stones fan who wants to know about their roots. Five English lads who did their homework and learned to play the blues.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Listen Now! May 29 2013
By eeyoore
Format:Audio CD
A good group of songs without pretension or over-done production. The Stones at an early still-bluesy period. Mick hasn't found vocal confidence or strut but the songs are good.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of Their Best June 16 2009
Format:Audio CD
This is their bluesiest powerpacks. With Little Red Rooster and Mona. You won't find any sitars or experimenting here , what you will find is is an unparalleled rendering of then obscure blues tracks energized by Brian and the boys. Every song is as good as the next , and they proved themselves on this disc to be the kings of interpretive blues. As good as Let it Bleed or Aftermath, more straightforward and consistant and a great driving cd too.
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Perhaps the best "true" Rolling Stones. "You Can't Catch Me" and "Down The Road Apiece" are on fire and cut the Master's (Chuck Berry) original versions. "Down Home Girl", "What A Shame", and "Mona (I Need You Baby)" are THE essence of the original Rolling Stones, and show Brian Jones' remarkable talent and leadership; "Little Red Rooster" is arguably the best Stones' blues ever recorded. "Heart Of Stone" and "Pain In My Heart" are the soul(ful) songs of the set. The best surprise on the enhanced CD is the inclusion of the original (and GREAT!) version of Wilson Pickett's "Everybody Needs Somebody To Love". This superb track was on the original vinyl, but someone (unknowing or uncaring)put a second rate version on the cassette and 1st CD. To whomever made this change: THANK YOU! This opening song is worth the price of the whole CD. Play it LOUD!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Vastly underrated!!! April 27 2004
Format:Audio CD
More and more I have been going back to these early cds. If they could only do one this again, it would be grand!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best unknown Early Stones album!! Feb. 18 2004
By Tuco
Format:Audio CD
Yes, you can purchase an early Stones album for the Satisfaction's or Under My Thumbs, or Paint it Blacks, but if you are looking for an Early Stones album with great UNKNOWN songs and GREAT bluesy stuff that didn't make it on the London Singles CD set - this is the album for you!! 'Down Home Girl' is a lost classic Stones recording that you can't help but love. I can't believe it is not more well known. Brian Jones was particularly proud of the great Blues sound of the early band and it is well represented on this record. Hands down the best early Stones album out there!! Guaranteed!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars The secret to their success Feb. 12 2004
Format:Audio CD
Along with the first two US albums this showcases exactly why the Stones were such a hit by being the polar opposite of the Beatles. It wasn't a matter of whether or not you preferred one group over the other (in fact, most kids at that time loved both bands), it was a matter of them so completely complimenting each other that competition was not an issue. What they really had in common was great drummers. Just listen to Charlie's wonderful tubs! And Mick's voice, of course. They had a knack of finding those amazing rhythm and blues "B" sides that were just plain cool to listen to. This is a classic and showed the group to be maturing in their musicianship long before they started being the songwriting force that dominated the later lps.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Pedal To The Metal Jan. 26 2004
Format:Audio CD
Originally released in February of 1965 (between May 1964 and November 1965 the Stones were releasing albums at 4-5 month intervals,..crazy by today's standards!) "Now!" captures the pure essence of The Rolling Stones. This would be the last Stones album comprised soley (should be souly) of Blues, Country & Western, Rhythm & Blues, and Soul music.
"Now!" opens with Solomon Burke number "Everybody Needs Somebody To Love" (which used to be the opener for many of their live shows) which showcases the band's ability to grab you by the throat and give you some good old time religion in the church that R & B built! I'm not quite sure the Stones ever sounded more rootsy than they do on this record, as is evidenced by "Down Home Girl". Singing lyrics like "And everytime I kiss you girl it tastes like pork and beans" could Jagger be anymore convincing in the role of the "Southern Valentno"? If Mick doesn't get you on this song than surely the inertwined guitars of Brian Jones on slide and Keith Richards on standard will. Chuck Berry's "You Can't Catch Me" is up next and we discover that we've been plucked off the farm and depostied in to a high speed chase on the New Jersey Turnpike. The mastery the Stones (and Keith especially) have when it comes to Chuck's music is astounding as they not only capture the sound, but they capture Berry's swagger as well. "Heart Of Stone" is next and is the strongest Jagger/Richards composition to that point. This is a song full of danger and angst that easily could been sung by Johnny Cash. "Heart Of Stone" reached #19 on the charts in the USA, not bad as you could hardly call it a love song.
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