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The Rolling Stones - More Stoned Than You'll Ever Be flac album

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Performer: The Rolling Stones
Title: More Stoned Than You'll Ever Be
Released: 2016
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.2 ✦
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I Should Be You (Regent). My Only Girl (Regent). There Are But Five Rolling Stones (Regent). Not Fade Away (Alternate Version-Regent). Andrew's Blues (Regent). And Mr. Spector And Mr. Pitney Came Too (Regent). A chronological history of rare Rolling Stones studio and IBC recordings during their "Golden Years" from the band's earliest 1963 IBC demos through the 1971 "Exile" sessions.

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.

This is a reconstruction of the unreleased 1966 Rolling Stones album Could You Walk On The Water. After Decca Records refused to release such a blasphemous album title, the band restructured the album into their seminal Aftermath album. This reconstruction gathers all of the best sounding masters of the source material and is presented all in mono, as it was meant to be heard. Sources used: More Stoned Than You'll Ever Be (bootleg CD, Scorpio Records). The Rolling Stones in Mono (CD boxset, 2016 ABKO Records). Singles 1965-1967 (CD 2004 ABKO Records).

A chronological history of rare Rolling Stones studio and BBC recordings during their "golden years". The supplement of Stones Remastered Series, presenting a "Beatles-like Anthology". Liberated Dig It bootleg. 1. Baby What's Wrong. 2. Bright Lights Big City. 11. Con Le Mie Lacrime. 12. Have You Seen Your Mother Baby. 14. Yesterday's Papers. 15. Get Yourself Together. 16. Title 15. 17. Blues 3. 18. Gold Paainted Fingernails.

The Rolling Stones - The Last Time (stereo mix) Lyrics. Well, I told you once and I told you twice But you never listen to my advice You don't try very hard to please me With what you know it shou. Well I told you once and I told you twice That someone will have to pay the price But here's a chance to change your mind 'Cause I'll be gone a long, long time. Well, this could be the last time This could be the last time Maybe the last time I don't know, oh no, oh no Well, this could be the last time.

The Baltimore duo's second album was the perfect deep-toking soundtrack for late-'00s indie kids: a drifty, velveteen set full of homemade charm, gauzy keyboards and hypnotic tunes. For more than 40 years, Paranoid has been perfect for a miserable, rainy afternoon – just you and your dragon-shaped bong. One of the greatest heavy metal albums ever made, with one of the oddest covers (a war pig!), it features such lumbering metal classics as "Iron Man," "War Pigs" and "Fairies Wear Boots," written while Ozzy Osbourne and Geezer Butler were reportedly high as monkeys.

12 It's Only Rock 'N' Roll. The guitars are downright nasty (in the best way possible). And the sax keeps you coming back for more. There may not be an album more criminally underrated than goats head soup. This is at least top te. .awesome riff, rhythm and to top it off jagger just screams life into the lyrics! Very underrated song.

More stripped down and straightforward than its predecessor, Steel Wheels, this isn’t a bad album, exactly, but it sounds as if hard work was involved, the product of craft rather inspiration: tough coming from a band that, at their best, made it all seem effortless. Also, it feels as if it goes on for about six weeks. 20. A Bigger Bang (2005). Rolling Stones No 2 (1965). The early 60s blues scene was a purists’ movement, but their second album demonstrates how eclectic and boundary-blurring the early Stones were, boldly defining a space of their own somewhere between blues, rock’n’roll and soul, amping up the pace and the attitude of each to thrilling effect. 10. Blue & Lonesome (2016). At the point where even the most committed fan despaired of them ever making an unequivocally great album again, they did.

If you’re a fan of the Stones, it’s hard not to always compare them with their glorious 1968 to 1972 peak, when they fully assimilated all their blues, rock-and-roll, R&B, and country influences and turned it into something decadent, dark, ironic, sexy, and wholly their own. That leaves 45 ensuing years of gradually declining cultural relevance and, if we’re being honest, more mediocre music than good, and a seemingly ceaseless parade of product - compilation albums, concert films, live albums, and, recently, the traveling Exhibitionism display of band memorabilia. It’s not a Rolling Stones album.

Tracklist

1-1 Baby What's Wrong (IBC)
1-2 Bright Lights, Big City (IBC)
1-3 Road Runner (IBC)
1-4 Diddley Daddy (IBC)
1-5 I Want To Be Loved (Alternate Version-IBC)
1-6 Come On (BBC)
1-7 Memphis, Tennessee (BBC)
1-8 Roll Over Beethoven (BBC)
1-9 Leave Me Alone (Regent)
1-10 I Should Be You (Regent)
1-11 My Only Girl (Regent)
1-12 There Are But Five Rolling Stones (Regent)
1-13 Not Fade Away (Alternate Version-Regent)
1-14 Andrew's Blues (Regent)
1-15 And Mr. Spector And Mr. Pitney Came Too (Regent)
1-16 As Time Goes By (Alternate Version-De Lane Lea)
1-17 Route 66 (BBC Camden Theatre)
1-18 Cops And Robbers (BBC Camden Theatre)
1-19 You Better Move On (BBC Camden Theatre)
1-20 Mona (BBC Camden Theatre)
1-21 Stewed And Keefed (Chess)
1-22 Tell Me Baby (Chess)
1-23 Hi-Heet Sneakers (Chess)
1-24 Down In The Bottom (Chess)
1-25 Don't Lie Ti Me (Alternate Stereo Mix-Chess)
1-26 Reelin' And Rockin' (Chess)
1-27 2120 South Michigan Avenue (BBC)
1-28 Blue Turns To Grey (Alternate Version-Regent & Decca)
1-29 Da Doo Ron Ron (Regent & Decca)
1-30 Hear It (Edited-Regent & Decca)
2-1 Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Long Version-Stereo Mix-RCA)
2-2 Goodbye Girl (Chess)
2-3 Play With Fire (Stereo Mix-RCA)
2-4 The Last Time (Stereo Mix-RCA)
2-5 (I Can't No) Satisfaction (Alternate Stereo Mix-RCA)
2-6 Good Times (Extra Female Backing Vox-Stereo Mix-RCA)
2-7 Fannie Mae (BBC)
2-8 Looking Tired (RCA)
2-9 Get Off Of My Cloud (Stereo Mix-RCA)
2-10 Paint In Black (Backing Track-RCA)
2-11 Con le Mie Lacrime (Italian Vers. Of AS Tears Goes By-IBC)
2-12 Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow? (Alternate Version-RCA)
2-13 Ruby Tuesday (Backing Track-Olympic)
2-14 Yesterday's Papers (Backing Track-Unedited-RCA)
2-15 Get Yourself Together (RCA)
2-16 Ttile 15 (Edited-Olympic)
2-17 Blues 3 (Edited-Olympic)
2-18 Gold Painted Fingernails (Edited-Olympic)
2-19 2000 Light Years From Home (Alternate Backing Track-Olympic)
2-20 Citadel (Backing Track-Edited-Olympic)
2-21 5 Part Jam (Part 1-Olympic)
2-22 (I'm A) Highway Child (Redlands)
2-23 Blood Red Wine (Olympic)
2-24 Still A Fool (Edited-Olympic)
3-1 Pay You Dues (Alternate Version of Street Fighting Man-Olympic)
3-2 No Expecations (Alternate Mix-Edited-Olympic)
3-3 Sister Morphine (Alternate Version-Olympic)
3-4 Honky Tonk Women (Alternate Version-Olympic)
3-5 You Got The Silver (Alternate Version-Jagger Lead Voc.-Olympic)
3-6 I Was Just A Country Boy (Edited-Olympic)
3-7 Downtown Suzie (Stereo Mix-Olympic)
3-8 Jiving Sister Fanny (Alternate Version-Olympic)
3-9 Wild Horses (Alternate Mix-Muscle Shoals)
3-10 Hamburger To Go (Olympic & Stargroves)
3-11 Leather Jacket (Edited-Olympic & Stargroves)
3-12 Who Am I? (Edited-Olympic & Stargroves)
3-13 Travellin' Man (Olympic & Stargroves)
3-14 Potted Shrimp (Edited-Olympic & Stargroves)
3-15 Cocksucker Blues (Olympic & Stargroves)
3-16 Aladdin Story (Olympic & Stargroves)
3-17 Brown Sugar (Alternate Version-Clapton Lead Guitar-Olympic)
3-18 Good Time Woman (Alternate Version Of Tumbling Dice-Olympic, Stargroves & Villa Nellcòte))
3-19 Sweet Black Angel (Backing Track-Olympic, Stargroves & Villa Nellcòte))
3-20 (Little Boy Blue & The Blue Boys) - Beautiful Delilah (Home Recordings-Dartford)
3-21 (Little Boy Blue & The Blue Boys) - I Ain't Got You (Home Recordings-Dartford)
3-22 You Can't Judge A Book By It's Cover (Curly Clayton)
3-23 Wake Up In The Morning (Rice Crispies Jingle-Star)
3-24 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Alternate Version)
3-25 Signin' Off (BBC)

Notes

A chronological history of rare Rolling Stones studio and IBC recordings during their "Golden Years"
from the band's earliest 1963 IBC demos through the 1971 "Exile" sessions.