The Rolling Stones Singles Collection - The London Years

The Rolling Stones Singles Collection - The London Years

Please Note:

  • Lyrics book and storage box are in-tacked
  • LP's not included 

Detailed item info
Album Features
UPC: 018771923121
Artist: The Rolling Stones
Format: CD
Release Year: 2002
Record Label: ABKCO Records
Genre: British Invasion, Oldies
Number Of Discs: 3 (Not Included)

Lyrics for songs in book:

  1.  Come On
  2.  I Want to Be Loved
  3. I Wanna Be Your Man
  4.  Stoned
  5.  Not Fade Away
  6.  Little by Little
  7.  It's All Over Now
  8.  Bad Times Good Times
  9.  Tell Me
  10.  I Just Want to Make Love to You
  11.  Time Is on My Side
  12.  Congratulations
  13.  Little Red Rooster
  14.  Off the Hook
  15.  Heart of Stone
  16.  What a Shame
  17.  The Last Time
  18.  Play with Fire
  19.   (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
  20.  The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man
  21.  The Spider and the Fly
  22.  Get Off of My Cloud
  23.  I'm Free
  24.  The Singer Not the Song
  25.  As Tears Go By
  26.  Gotta Get Away
  27.  19th Nervous Breakdown
  28.  Sad Day
  29.  Paint It Black
  30.  Stupid Girl
  31.  Long Long While
  32.  Mother's Little Helper
  33.  Lady Jane
  34.  Baby, Standing in the Shadow? Have You Seen Your Mother
  35.  Who's Driving Your Plane?
  36.  Let's Spend the Night Together
  37.  Ruby Tuesday
  38.  We Love You
  39.  Dandelion
  40.  She's a Rainbow
  41.  2000 Light Years from Home
  42.  In Another Land
  43.  The Lantern
  44.  Jumpin' Jack Flash
  45.  Child of the Moon - (Remake)
  46.  Street Fighting Man
  47.  No Expectations
  48.  Surprise Surprise
  49.  Honky Tonk Women
  50.  You Can't Always Get What You Want
  51.  Memo from Turner
  52.  Brown Sugar
  53.  Wild Horses
  54.  I Don't Know Why
  55.  Try a Little Harder
  56.  Out of Time
  57.  Jiving Sister Fanny
  58. . Sympathy for the Devil

Details
Playing Time: 185 min.
Contributing Artists: Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ry Cooder, Phil Spector, Gene Pitney, Al Kooper
Distributor: Universal Distribution
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Mixed
SPAR Code: n/a

Album Notes
The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger (vocals, harmonica, percussion); Keith Richards (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Bill Wyman (vocals, bass); Brian Jones (guitar, harmonica, organ, marimba, sitar, dulcimer, recorder, bells, saxophone, harpsichord, Mellotron, background vocals); Mick Taylor, Ron Wood (guitar); Charlie Watts (drums, percussion).Additional personnel includes: Joe Moretti (guitar); Ian Stewart (piano, organ); Reg Guest (piano); Nicky Hopkins, Jack Nitzsche (keyboards); Eric Ford (bass); Jimmy Miller (drums); Rocky Dijon (percussion); The London Bach Choir, Madelaine Bell, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Nanette Newman (background vocals); Gene Pitney, Phil Spector, Steve Marriott, Doris Troy, Al Kooper, Ry Cooder, Andy White.Producers: Andrew Oldham, Eric Easton, The Rolling Stones, Jimmy Miller, Jack Nitzsche.Engineers include: Roger Savage, Ron Malo, Dave Hassinger.This box set is a compilation of all the Rolling Stones' singles from 1963 to 1971, including A-sides, B-sides and alternate B-sides from the U.S. and the U.K. releases. These 58 songs on 3 discs have been digitally remastered with most tracks in mono to reflect the sound of the original 45s. It includes a 78-page, 12" x 12" book with lyrics, detailed track annotations by Bruce Eder and essays by Anthony De Curtis and Andrew Oldham.THE SINGLES COLLECTION: THE LONDON YEARS comes as advertised--the box includes every American and British A-side and B-side the Rolling Stones released between 1963 and 1971 (after which the band began releasing discs under the Rolling Stones Records imprint). The fantastic speed and scope of the Stones' early artistic development have few parallels in popular music, and this collection not only details that incredible process, but serves as a microcosm of '60s pop culture as well.From the down-and-dirty Chicago-style blues and R&B of the group's early covers (Chuck Berry's "Come On," Willie Dixon's "I Just Wanna Make Love to You") to the dreamy chamber pop of "Lady Jane" and the proto-hard rock of "Street Fightin' Man," the band was always on the cutting edge, both reacting to and anticipating cultural and musical trends. One listen to this box, however, reveals that, unlike the Beatles, the Stones seldom veered far from their roots, always injecting a vital dose of raw sexuality and pure rock & roll spirit into even the boldest of experiments.

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