|Take The A Train|
|Under My Thumb|
|When The Whip Comes Down|
|Let's Spend The Night Together|
|Just My Imagination|
|Twenty Flight Rock|
|Let Me Go|
|Time Is On My Side|
|Beast Of Burden|
|Waiting On A Friend|
|Let It Bleed|
|You Can't Always Get What You Want|
|Little T & A|
|She's So Cold|
|All Down The Line|
|Start Me Up|
|Honky Tonk Woman|
|Jumping Jack Flash|
|Star Spangled Banner|
|VGP-131||The Rolling Stones||Now We Need You More Than Ever (2xCD, Unofficial)||Vinyl Gang Product||VGP-131||Japan||1997|
|EVSD 268/269||The Rolling Stones||Seattle Supersonic (2xCD, Unofficial)||Empress Valley Supreme Disc||EVSD 268/269||Japan||2003|
|DAC-001||The Rolling Stones||Now We Need You More Than Ever (2xCD, Unofficial)||Dog n Cat Records||DAC-001||Japan||2004|
|RS 176/77||The Rolling Stones||Shoo Doo Bee Seattle (2xCD, Unofficial)||Rattle Snake||RS 176/77||Europe||2004|
The third album by Jack and Meg White was the right dynamite for a mainstream breakthrough. Jack’s Delta-roadhouse fantasies, Detroit-garage-rock razzle and busted-love lyricism, as well as Meg’s toy-thunder drumming all peaked at once. Together, they made Loan Me a Dime an FM-radio classic – more than 10 minutes of knockout blues pleading and wailing.
Live'r Than You'll Ever Be is a bootleg recording of the Rolling Stones' concert in Oakland, California, from 9 November 1969. It was one of the first live rock music bootlegs and was made notorious as a document of their 1969 tour of the United States. The popularity of the bootleg forced the Stones' label Decca Records to release the live album Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! The Rolling Stones in Concert in 1970
The Rolling Stones (album). For the EP, see The Rolling Stones (EP). The album was only released in mono in both the UK and US; no true stereo mix was ever made. The track "Not Fade Away" (the A-side of the band's third UK single) replaced "I Need You Baby", and the titles of the tracks "Now I've Got a Witness (Like Uncle Phil and Uncle Gene)" and "Tell Me (You're Coming Back)" were shortened to "Now I've Got a Witness" and "Tell Me" on. most versions of the American release. Upon its release, The Rolling Stones reached No. 11 in the US, going gold in the process. Post-contract ABKCO albums. Hot Rocks 1964–1971 (1971). Metamorphosis (1975). Singles Collection: The London Years (1989).
The Rolling Stones (EP). The Rolling Stones, Now! Allen Toussaint (under the pseudonym Naomi Neville). Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass). Sure the One You Need. bootleg recording/outtake.
Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones. Rolling Stone Magazine's 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time(Part 1). 2004. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin.
You know I'm smiling, baby You need some guiding, baby I'm just deciding, baby; now I need you more than ever Let's spend the night together Let's spend the night together now Oh m-my-my-my-my-my-my. This doesn't happen to me every day, oh my (Let's spend the night together) No excuses offered anyway, oh my (Let's spend the night together) I'll satisfy your every need (your every need) And now I know you will satisfy me Oh m-my-my-my-my-my. Let’s Spend the Night Together was the lead single released in advance of the Rolling Stones' 1967 album Between the Buttons.
Voodoo Lounge (1994). 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). 11. 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.