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Limited Edition vinyl LP repressing of this classic Rolling Stones album, originally released in 1964. Decca.
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This is a blues record, filled with fast-rocking songs like "Route 66" and "Carol", together with slower, but equally great, ones like "I'm A King Bee" and "Honest I Do". And I must say it is amazing how the Stones at such a young age almost reach the level of their idols, like Chuck Berry and Muddy Waters. Despite their youth (they were all in their early 20's when making this record) all of the songs, in all their dirtiness and honesty, sound very adult and mature. The passion they were feeling for these songs really shine through, and its wonderful when you encounter artists with such affection for their material. And the band also plays remarkably well together, like they have been together for years. Just listen to how Charlie Watts (drums) and Bill Wyman (bass) already are on their way to creating a unique rhythm section in rock'n'roll, or the magnificent guitar weaving between Keith Richards and Brian Jones. And although you can sense the youth in Mick Jagger's voice, he stills sounds very provoking and sexy. The harmonica playing, split up between Jones and Mick Jagger, also deserves an honorable mention, since it is nothing short of great.Read more ›
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the old raw stones sound great on sacd. these were a bargain, i have collected them all on sacd.thanks for the memoriesPublished on Dec 25 2013 by Bruce M. Garber
The American debut of The Rolling Stones was part of the British Invasion, the wave of UK bands who hit the U.S. in the wake of the Beatles early-1964 breakthrough. Read morePublished on May 19 2005 by Allan Tong
Keep in mind that when this album came out it was part of a huge wave of lps from countless British Groups that followed the Beatles to America. Read morePublished on March 23 2004 by Rollie Anderson
Definitivamente uno de los debuts más logrados de la primera mitad de los 60's, en abierta oposición al sonido beat que reinaba por entonces. Read morePublished on Feb. 20 2004
owww my ears hurt is the typicAL respnse that anyone would give after listining to this or any other stones cds. THes stones are jusat rip offs of the Beatles. Read morePublished on Jan. 15 2004
I've been listening to this record off and on for over 30 years now. However it is only recently that I have come to the conclusion that in order to deconstruct The Rolling Stones... Read morePublished on Jan. 13 2004 by John M. Pugliese, Jr.
As everybody else has already noted, the Rolling Stones' first album has a great raw, aggresive bluesy sound to it and some fantastic renditions of rhytmn and blues songs. Read morePublished on Jan. 11 2004