Flowers is an American compilation album by The Rolling Stones, released in 1967. The songs either appeared as singles, had been omitted from the American versions of Aftermath and Between the Buttons, were collected from studio sessions dating back to 1965, or are reissues of songs recently released on other albums. Three tracks had never been released. "My Girl", "Ride On, Baby" and "Sittin' On A Fence" are from the Aftermath sessions from December 1965. Flowers reached #3 in the US during the late summer of 1967 and went gold. This compilation was released in USA and Europe, not in the UK. The rare cover is from the Belgian release. 01 Ruby Tuesday 02 Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow 03 Let's Spend The Night Together 04 Lady Jane 05 Out Of Time 06 My Girl 07 Back Street Girl 08 Please Go Home 09 Mother's Little Helper 10 Take It Or Leave It 11 Ride On Baby 12 Sittin' On The Fence 13 Sad Day 14 Out Of Time 15 Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow 16 I Can See It 17 Something Happy, Something Blue 18 Yesterday's Papers 19 Let's Spend The Night Together 20 Ruby Tuesday 21 Complicated 22 All Sold Out LINK
Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) is the first official compilation album by The Rolling Stones, released on 28 March 1966, on London Records in the United States and on 4 November 1966, by Decca Records in the United Kingdom. The two releases featured different cover art and track listing. The front cover for the American release was used for the rear photo on the UK edition. Reaching #3 on the US charts, where it remained for two years, Big Hits proved to be a big smash and currently remains a popular Rolling Stones retrospective. The UK Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) includes tracks released after the American edition appeared. The Rolling Stones' debut 1963 single, a cover of Chuck Berry's "Come On", was included, but its more successful follow-up, "I Wanna Be Your Man" - composed by rivals (although in reality as friends) Lennon/McCartney - was left off the album. Big Hits reached #4 in the UK charts. UK release 01 - Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing In The Shadow 02 - Paint It Black 03 - It's All Over Now 04 - The Last Time 05 - Heart Of Stone 06 - Not Fade Away 07 - Come On 08 - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction 09 - Get Off Of My Cloud 10 - As Tears Go By 11 - 19Th Nervous Breakdown 12 - Lady Jane 13 - Time Is On My Side 14 - Little Red Rooster LINK
US release 01 - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction.mp3 02 - Last Time.mp3 03 - As Tears Go By.mp3 04 - Time Is On My Side.mp3 05 - It's All Over Now.mp3 06 - Tell Me.mp3 07 - 19Th Nervous Breakdown.mp3 08 - Heart Of Stone.mp3 09 - Get Off Of My Cloud.mp3 10 - Not Fade Away.mp3 11 - Good Times, Bad Times.mp3 12 - Play With Fire.mp3 LINK
Aftermath, first released on 15 April 1966 by Decca Records, is the fourth British studio album by The Rolling Stones. It was released in the United States on 20 June 1966 by London Records as their sixth American album. The album proved to be a major artistic breakthrough for The Rolling Stones, being the first full-length release by the band to consist exclusively of Mick Jagger/Keith Richards compositions. Aftermath was also the first Rolling Stones album to be recorded entirely in the United States, at the legendary RCA Studios in Hollywood, California at 6363 Sunset Boulevard, and the first album the band released in stereo. The album is also notable for its musical experimentation, with Brian Jones playing a variety of instruments not usually associated with rock music—including sitar on "Paint It Black", the Appalachian dulcimer on "Lady Jane" and "I Am Waiting", the marimbas (African xylophone) on "Under My Thumb" and "Out of Time," harmonica on "High and Dry" and "Goin' Home", as well as guitar and keyboards. Much of the music was still rooted in Chicago electric blues. 01 Mother's Little Helper 02 Stupid Girl 03 Lady Jane 04 Under My Thumb 05 Doncha Bother Me 06 Goin' Home 07 Flight 505 08 High And Dry 09 Out Of Time 10 It's Not Easy 11 I Am Waiting 12 Take It Or Leave It 13 Think 14 What To Do LINK
The Rolling Stones, Now! is the third American studio album by The Rolling Stones, released in 1965 by their initial American distributor, London Records. The album contained seven tracks from their second UK album The Rolling Stones No. 2, the recent US Top 20 hit "Heart of Stone", and other songs which would appear on the UK edition of the Stones' next album Out of Our Heads later in 1965. The album contains a different, and shorter, version of "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love" than the recording on The Rolling Stones No. 2, although the latter version was accidentally used on the 1986 CD of The Rolling Stones Now. The 2002 CD includes the shorter version, as heard on the original LP. "Little Red Rooster", a recent #1 hit single in the UK, was also included as well as "Surprise, Surprise", which would not see a release in the UK until 1970. Four of the songs on The Rolling Stones, Now! were penned by the songwriting team of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards (who dropped the "s" from his surname until 1978). 01 - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love 02 - Down Home Girl 03 - You Can't Catch Me 04 - Heart Of Stone 05 - What A Shame 06 - Mona (I Need You Baby) 07 - Down The Road Apiece 08 - Off The Hook 09 - Pain In My Heart 10 - Oh Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin') 11 - Little Red Rooster 12 - Surprise Surprise LINK
The Rolling Stones No. 2 is the second UK album by The Rolling Stones released in 1965 following the massive success of 1964's debut The Rolling Stones. Not surprisingly, The Rolling Stones No. 2 followed its predecessor's tendency to largely feature R&B covers. However, it does contain three compositions from the still-developing Mick Jagger/Keith Richards songwriting team. Using the cover shot for 12 X 5, the second US-released album in October 1964, The Rolling Stones No. 2's tracklisting would largely be emulated on the upcoming US release of The Rolling Stones, Now!. While Eric Easton was co-credited as producer alongside Andrew Loog Oldham on The Rolling Stones' debut album, Oldham takes full production duties for The Rolling Stones No, 2, which was recorded sporadically in the UK and US during 1964. A huge hit in the United Kingdom upon release, The Rolling Stones No. 2 spent 10 weeks at #1 in early 1965, becoming one of the year's biggest sellers in the United Kingdom. 01 Everybody Needs Somebody To Love 02 Down Home Girl 03 You Can't Catch Me 04 Time Is On My Side 05 What A Shame 06 Grown Up Wrong 07 Down The Road Apiece 08 Under The Boardwalk 09 I Can't Be Satisfied 10 Pain In My Heart 11 Off The Hook 12 Susie Q LINK
Between the Buttons is the fifth British and seventh American studio album by The Rolling Stones. It was released on 20 January 1967 in the United Kingdom and 11 February 1967 in the United States as the follow-up to the ambitious Aftermath. Recorded in two spurts, in Los Angeles in August 1966 and London that November, Between the Buttons caught The Rolling Stones at a period where they were moving more into arty territory and away from their R&B roots. With the release of The Beatles' Revolver, Bob Dylan's Blonde on Blonde, The Mothers of Invention's Freak Out! and The Beach Boys' Pet Sounds, as well as their own Aftermath and the accompanying singles during 1966, the parameters of rock music had been expanded considerably. This is th US version of the album with different tracklist, "Let's Spend the Night Together" and "Ruby Tuesday" were slotted onto the album, with "Back Street Girl" and "Please Go Home" getting the boot (these would be included on the following US release, Flowers). With "Ruby Tuesday" reaching #1, Between the Buttons shot to #2 in the US, going gold. 01 - Let's Spend The Night Together 02 - Yesterday's Papers 03 - Ruby Tuesday 04 - Connection 05 - She Smiled Sweetly 06 - Cool Calm And Collected 07 - All Sold Out 08 - My Obsession 09 - Who's Been Sleeping Here 10 - Complicated 11 - Miss Amanda Jones 12 - Something Happened To Me Yesterday LINK
Got Live If You Want It! is the first live album by The Rolling Stones. It was released in the US in late 1966. At the time, it was not released officially in the UK; instead, the British market had the 1965 EP release Got Live If You Want It!, from which the album's name derived (a different mix of "I'm Alright" appeared on this EP.) The album had been compiled as a result of a contractual obligation with US distributor London Records, and the band themselves were not happy with it. They consequently disowned it, arguing that Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! The Rolling Stones in Concert (1970) was their true live album debut. 01 - Under My Thumb 02 - Get Off Of My Cloud 03 - Lady Jane 04 - Not Fade Away 05 - I've Been Loving You Too Long 06 - Fortune Teller 07 - The Last Time 08 - 19Th Nervous Breakdown 09 - Time Is On My Side 10 - I'm Alright 11 - Have You Seen Your Mother Baby, Standing In The Shadow 12 - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction LINK
This is the never-released album from 1971 (or was it 1972), which was pressed on a few acetates. Some acetates were sold, for a lot of money, a couple of years ago, and....surfaced on bootleg CD after a while. The songs are either completely different takes (like "Have You Seen Your Mother Baby"), or different mixes than the official versions (from Metamophosis) Pay Your Dues (the alternate version of Street Fighting Man) and the speeded-up Blue Turns To Gray are really fantastic, as Metomophosis, several of the songs features Jagger, Richards and studio musicians, and not the other Stones members. The planned follow-up to Hot Rocks was to be titled Necrophilia, and was to have the tracks selected by the unpredictable Andrew Loog Oldham. A gatefold sleeve was designed by Fabio Nicoli using photography by the Stones' official photographer from the sixties, Gered Mankowitz. What you will hear here is a vinyl transfer to CD of the actual unreleased album. Alternate versions from 1964 to 1967. (GB) 01 - Out Of Time 02 - Don't Lie To Me 03 - Have You Seen Your Mother Baby 04 - Think 05 - Hear It 06 - Some Things Just Stick In Your Head 07 - Aftermath 08 - I'd Much Rather Be With The Boys 09 - Andrew's Blues 10 - Pay Your Dues 11 - Let The Good Time Roll 12 - Heart Of Stone 13 - Each And Every Day Of The Year 14 - The Sleepy City 15 - Try A Little Harder 16 - Blue Turns To Grey 17 - We're Wastin' Time LINK
Two Rolling Stones platters chock full of rare stereo mixes as prepared the way only the good folks at Mickboy remasters can do. Disc 1 is a clever combination of the UK and US releases of Aftermath along with a smattering of 5 bonus tracks all in stereo. Disc 2 is composed of an aural smorgasboard of Stones 60 s classics all in remixed stereo. (FBJ) Disc 1 01 - Mothers Little Helper 02 - Paint It Black 03 - Stupid Girl 04 - Lady Jane 05 - Under My Thumb 06 - Doncha Bother Me 07 - Think 08 - What To Do 09 - Flight 505 10 - High And Dry 11 - Out Of Time 12 - Lady Jane 13 - Its Not Easy 14 - I Am Waiting 15 - Take It Or Leave It 16 - Going Home 17 - Paint It Black 18 - Sad Day 19 - Long Long While 20 - Ride On Baby Disc 2 21 - Intro 22 - 19th Nervous Breakdown 23 - If You Need Me 24 - Empty Heart 25 - 2120 South Michigan Avenue 26 - Confessin The Blues 27 - Around And Around 28 - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love 29 - Time Is On My Side 30 - Heart Of Stone 31 - The Last Time 32 - Get Off Of My Cloud 33 - (I Cant Get No) Satisfaction 34 - Its All Over Now 35 - Play With Fire 36 - Tell Me Baby 37 - Down The Road Apiece 38 - Meet Me In The Bottom 39 - Brians Blues 40 - I Cant Be Satisfied 41 - Dont Lie To Me 42 - Look What You've Done 43 - Looking Tired 44 - What A Shame 45 - I Can See It LINK Part 1LINK Part 2
Hot Rocks 1964–1971 is the first compilation album of Rolling Stones music released by former manager Allen Klein's ABKCO Records (who gained control of the band's Decca/London material in 1970) after the band's departure from Decca and Klein. Released in late 1971, it proved to be The Rolling Stones' biggest-selling release of their career and an enduring and popular retrospective. After reportedly having been duped by Klein to unknowingly sign over the recording copyrights to all of their material from 1963 to 1970, The Rolling Stones left Decca and formed their own label, Rolling Stones Records, with a new distributor. They recorded Sticky Fingers throughout 1970, releasing it the following spring. Although Klein—and now ABKCO—no longer had The Rolling Stones as clients, their fruitful catalogue was ripe for the picking and, thus, Hot Rocks 1964–1971 was quickly compiled as a double album greatest hits package. While the album carries most of the band's biggest hits during their first decade, it does drop a few of them in order to include standout tracks such as "Play With Fire", "Under My Thumb" and "Gimme Shelter" giving listeners a more well-rounded impression of The Rolling Stones' music in this era. Although "Brown Sugar" and "Wild Horses" are a part of Sticky Fingers, those two songs are co-owned by the band and Allen Klein because The Rolling Stones recorded the songs while they were still under contract to Decca.
01 Time Is on My Side 02 Heart of Stone 03 Play With Fire 04 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction 05 As Tears Go By 06 Get off of My Cloud 07 Mother's Little Helper 08 19th Nervous Breakdown 09 Paint It, Black 10 Under My Thumb 11 Ruby Tuesday 12 Let's Spend the Night Together
01 Jumpin' Jack Flash 02 Street Fighting Man 03 Sympathy for the Devil 04 Honky Tonk Women 05 Gimme Shelter 06 Midnight Rambler [Live] 07 You Can't Always Get What You Want 08 Brown Sugar 09 Wild Horses
01 - I Want To Be Loved 02 - I Wanna Be Your Man 03 - Stoned 04 - Little By Little 05 - I Just Want To Make Love To You 06 - Congratulations 07 - Little Red Rooster 08 - Off The Hook 09 - What A Shame 10 - The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man 11 - The Spider & The Fly 12 - The Singer Not The Song 13 - Gotta Get Away 14 - Sad Day 15 - Stupid Girl 16 - Who's Driving Your Plane 17 - In Another Land 18 - The Lantern 19 - Child Of The Moon [Remix] 20 - Surprise Surprise 21 - Memo From Turner [Original] 22 - I Don't Know Why I Love You 23 - Try A Little Harder 24 - Out Of Time [Remix] 25 - Jiving Sister Fanny 26 - Downtown Susie
Early live performances. Tracks 1-4 L'Olympia, Paris 18 April, 1965, tracks 5-7 L'Olympia, Paris 29 March, 1966, tracks 8-12 L'Olympia, Paris 11 April, 1967, tracks 13-19 "Shindig" US TV show 26 May, 1965 01 Everybody Needs Somebody To Love 02 Around And Around 03 Time Is On My Side 04 It's All Over Now 05 19th Nervous Breakdown 06 Get Off Of My Cloud 07 The Last Time 08 Paint It Black 09 Under My Thumb 10 Ruby Tuesday 11 Let's Spend The Night Together 12 Satisfaction 13 Down The Road Apiece 14 Little Red Rooster 15 Chit Chat With Jack Good, Mick & Brian 16 How Many More Years 17 The Last Time 18 Play With Fire 19 Satisfaction LINK The Rolling Stones - 1965-67 - Du Fond Du Coeur
Out of Our Heads is The Rolling Stones' third British album and their fourth in the United States. It was released in 1965 through London Records in the US on 30 July 1965, and Decca Records in the UK on 24 September 1965, with significant track listing differences between territories. The British Out of Our Heads — with a different cover — added songs that would surface later in the US on December's Children (And Everybody's) and others that had not been released in the UK thus far (such as Heart Of Stone) instead of the already-released live track and recent hit singles (as singles rarely featured on albums in the UK in those times). Issued later that September, Out of Our Heads reached #2 in the UK charts behind The Beatles' Help!. It was The Rolling Stones' last UK album to rely upon R&B covers; the forthcoming Aftermath was entirely composed by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. 01 She Said Yeah 02 Mercy, Mercy 03 Hitch Hike 04 That's How Strong My Love Is 05 Good Times 06 Gotta Get Away 07 Talkin' 'Bout You 08 Cry To Me 09 Oh Baby 10 Heart Of Stone 11 The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man 12 I'm Free
LINK (UK) The Rolling Stones - 1965 - Out Of Our Heads (US)
Initially issued in July 1965 in America (featuring a shot from the same photo session that graced the cover of 12 X 5 and The Rolling Stones No. 2), Out of Our Heads was a mixture of recordings made over a six month period, including the Top 10 hit "The Last Time", the worldwide number 1 "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" as well as a track from the UK-only live EP Got LIVE if you want it!. Riding the wave of "Satisfaction"'s success, Out of Our Heads became The Rolling Stones' first US #1 album, eventually going platinum. In 2003 the US edition was listed as number 114 on the List of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. 01 Mercy, Mercy 02 Hitch Hike 03 The Last Time 04 That's How Strong My Love Is 05 Good Times 06 I'm All Right [Live] 07 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction 08 Cry To Me 09 The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man 10 Play With Fire 11 The Spider And The Fly 12 One More Try LINK (US)
England's Newest Hit Makers is the US debut album by The Rolling Stones, released by London Records on 30 May 1964. The album cover photo was taken by Nicholas Wright. Upon its release, England's Newest Hitmakers reached #11 in the US, going gold in the process. To date, this is the only of the Stones' American studio albums that failed to place in the top five on the Billboard album charts. The album was also number 1 in Australia for three weeks. In August 2002, England's Newest Hitmakers was reissued as a new remastered CD and SACD digipak by ABKCO, while its British counterpart The Rolling Stones also from 1964 with slightly different tracklist, has remained out of print since 1987.
01 - Not Fade Away 02 - Route 66 03 - I Just Want To Make Love To Yo 04 - Honest I Do 05 - Now I've Got A Witness (Like Uncle Phil And Uncle Gene) 06 - Little By Little 07 - I'm A King Bee 08 - Carol 09 - Tell Me (You're Coming Back) 10 - Can I Get A Witness 11 - You Can Make It If You Try 12 - Walking The Dog
The Rolling Stones is the debut album by The Rolling Stones, released by Decca Records in the United Kingdom on 16 April 1964. Recorded at Regent Sound Studios in London over the course of five days in January and February 1964, The Rolling Stones was produced by then-managers Andrew Loog Oldham and Eric Easton. The Rolling Stones was originally released by Decca Records in the UK, while the US England's Newest Hit Makers appeared on the London Records label, with the track "Not Fade Away" (the a-side of the band's third UK single) replacing "Mona (I Need You Baby)". The majority of the tracks reflect the band's love for authentic R&B material. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards (whose professional name until 1978 omitted the s in his surname) were very much fledging songwriters during early 1964, contributing only one original composition to the album: "Tell Me (You're Coming Back)". Two numbers are credited to "Nanker Phelge" - a pseudonym the band used for group compositions from 1963 to 1965. Phil Spector and Gene Pitney both contributed to the recording sessions, and are referred to as "Uncle Phil and Uncle Gene" in the subtitle of the Nanker Phelge instrumental "Now I've Got a Witness".
01 - Route 66 02 - I Just Want To Make Love To You 03 - Honest I Do 04 - Mona (I Need You Baby) 05 - Now I've Got A Witness (Like Uncle Phil And Uncle Gene) 06 - Little By Little 07 - I'm A King Bee 08 - Carol 09 - Tell Me (You're Coming Back) 10 - Can I Get A Witness? 11 - You Can Make It If You Try 12 - Walking The Dog
Outtakes from the Chess sessions. Recorded at Chess Studio, Chicago, June 10/11, 1964 and RCA Studios, Los Angeles, September 5/6, 1965 (Track 4). Produced by Andrew Loog Oldham with engineers Ron Malo and Dave Hassinger (Track 4). Jagger, Richards, Jones, Wyman, Watts and Ian Stewart.
1 - High-Heel Sneakers 2 - Tell Me Babe 3 - Down In The Bottom 4 - Looking Tired 5 - Stewed And Keefed
The Rolling Stones is the debut EP released by The Rolling Stones in January 1964. It was released both to capitalise on their first Top 20 hit "I Wanna Be Your Man" and to test the commercial appeal of the band before their UK label Decca Records would commit to letting them record an album. The Rolling Stones includes four songs recorded at two separate sessions in August and November 1963. The Rolling Stones features R&B covers of some of the band's favorite artists, and some recent American hits. Eric Easton is officially listed as the EP's producer. Andrew Loog Oldham produced the opening track "Bye Bye Johnny". Despite the rawness of the production, the EP reached #1 in the UK EP charts. "Bye Bye Johnny" and "Money" would not see official US release until 1972's retrospective More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies); "You Better Move On" was featured on 1965's December's Children (And Everybody's); and "Poison Ivy" was issued in 2002 on the remastered version of More Hot Rocks. 01 - Bye Bye Johnny 02 - Money 03 - You Better Move On 04 - Poison Ivy LINK The Rolling Stones - 1964 - Five By Five EP Five by Five is the second EP by The Rolling Stones and was released in 1964. Captured during a prolific spurt of recording activity at Chess Studios in Chicago that June, Five By Five was released that August in the UK shortly after their debut album, The Rolling Stones, had appeared. The title of Five by Five is a play on words—five tracks recorded by the five members of the band. Because Mick Jagger and Keith Richards were still honing their songwriting skills, only "Empty Heart" and "2120 South Michigan Avenue" were credited to "Nanker Phelge", a pseudonym for band-written compositions. The rest of the EP is composed of R&B covers from some of their favorite artists. Andrew Loog Oldham produced Five by Five and even contributed liner notes (a tradition begun here) where he lists the band's achievements thus far (and stretches the truth by claiming The Rolling Stones' debut album had spent 30 weeks at #1 when it, in fact, was at the top for 12). 01 - If You Need Me 02 - Empty Heart 03 - 2120 South Michigan Avenue 04 - Confessin' The Blues 05 - Around And Around LINK The Rolling Stones - 1964 - Camden Theatre EP Recorded live at Camden Theatre, London, March 19, 1964 for BBC "Rhythm And Blues" - broadcast, May 9, 1964 01 - Route 66 02 - Cops And Robbers 03 - You Better Move On 04 - Mona LINK The Rolling Stones - 1965 - Got LIVE If You Want It (EP) Got Live If You Want It! is the final official EP by The Rolling Stones and was released in 1965. The band's first live recording to be released, it was captured during selected dates at Liverpool and Manchester during their British tour in March that year. Renowned for its raw-sounding quality, got LIVE if you want it! has endured as a live artifact, more for its historical than musical appeal. Reportedly engineer Glyn Johns had hung microphones over the balcony for the recording; however, this is called into question as "I'm Alright" on the Got Live If You Want It! LP (recorded and released a year later) contains the same backing track but with different vocals. This would have been impossible if the recordings were made as described. Although it was never released in the United States, three of its songs were used to fill up the American albums Out of Our Heads ("I'm Alright") and December's Children (And Everybody's) ("Route 66" and "I'm Moving On") later in 1965. Unavailable for decades, got LIVE if you want it! was reissued on Compact Disc in 2004 on the Singles 1963–1965 box set through ABKCO Records. The title is a pun on the blues song "I Got Love If You Want It" by Slim Harpo. 01 - We Want The Stones 02 - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love 03 - Pain In My Heart 04 - Route 66 05 - I'm Moving On 06 - I'm Alright LINK
12 X 5 is the second American album by The Rolling Stones released in 1964 following the massive success of their debut The Rolling Stones in the UK and the promising sales of its American substitute England's Newest Hit Makers. Not surprisingly, 12 X 5 followed its predecessor's tendency to largely feature R&B covers, however it does contain three compositions from the still-developing Mick Jagger/Keith Richards songwriting team, as well as two group compositions under the pseudonym of "Nanker Phelge"
01 - Around And Around 02 - Confessin' The Blues 03 - Empty Heart 04 - Time Is On My Side 05 - Good Times Bad Times 06 - It's All Over Now 07 - 2120 South Michigan Avenue 08 - Under The Boardwalk 09 - Congratulations 10 - Grown Up Wrong 11 - If You Need Me 12 - Susie Q
Live performances 1964-69 at the Ed Sullivan Show 01 - Around And Around 02 - Time Is On My Side 03 - Last Time 04 - Little Red Rooster 05 - Everybody Needs Somebody To Love 06 - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction 07 - As Tears Go By 08 - 19Th Nervous Breakdown 09 - Paint It Black 10 - Lady Jane 11 - Have You Seen Your Mother Baby Standing In The Shadow 12 - Ruby Tuesday 13 - Let's Spend The Nighttime Together 14 - Gimme Shelter 15 - Love In Vain 16 - Honky Tonk Woman
In June 1964, The Rolling Stones, seeking to emulate the sound of their legendary blues heroes, came to Chicago to record at the Chess studio; the studio produced half of the tracks on their LP, 12X5, one of the songs on which was titled in tribute ‘2120 South Michigan Avenue.’ The Rolling Stones subsequently recorded about 20 more tracks at Chess during 1964-65.
01 - It's All Over Now 02 - I Can't Be Satisfied 03 - Stewed And Keefed 04 - Time Is On My Side (Ver 1) 05 - Good Times, Bad Times 06 - Don't Lie To Me 07 - Around And Around 08 - 2120 South Michigan Avenue (Ver 1) 09 - Empty Heart 10 - Down In The Bottom 11 - Reelin' And Rockin' 12 - Down The Road Apiece 13 - High Heeled Sneakers 14 - Look What You've Done 15 - Confessin' The Blues 16 - 2120 South Michigan Avenue (Ver 2) 17 - If You Need Me 18 - Tell Me Baby (How Many More Times) 19 - Time Is On My Side (Ver 2) 20 - Little Red Rooster 21 - What A Shame 22 - Fanny Mae 23 - Mercy Mercy 24 - That's How Strong My Love Is 25 - The Under-Assistant West Coast Promo Man 26 - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Bonus track)