The Rolling Stones - Stone Age / Got Live If You Want It ! album flac
|Got Live If You Want It !|
|A1||Under My Thumb||2:45|
|A2||Get Off Of My Cloud||2:40|
|A4||Not Fade Away||1:55|
|A5||I've Been Loving You Too Long||2:50|
|B1||The Last Time||3:00|
|B2||19th Nervous Breakdown||3:18|
|B3||Time Is On My Side||2:40|
|B5||Have You Seen Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow?||2:50|
|B6||(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction||3:45|
|C1||Look What You've Done|
|C2||It's All Over Now|
|C3||Confessin' The Blues|
|C4||One More Try|
|C5||As Tears Go By|
|C6||The Spider And The Fly|
|D2||Paint It, Black|
|D3||If You Need Me|
|D4||The Last Time|
|D5||Blue Turns To Grey|
|D6||Around And Around|
- Design [Cover Design] – Stephen Inglish
- Engineer – Glyn Johns
- Photography By – Gered Mankowitz
- Producer – Andrew Loog Oldham
NotesLabels have text and "DECCA" in silver (on blue label).
Comes in a gatefold sleeve.
Got Live If You Want It ! was recorded live at the Royal Albert Hall, London.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Other (Cat # LP1): 6835 919
- Other (Cat # LP2): 6835 128
|SD 3024/1-2||The Rolling Stones||Stone Age / Got Live If You Want It ! (LP, Comp + LP, Album + Comp)||Decca||SD 3024/1-2||Germany||1971|
|6.28102 DX, SD 3024/1-2||The Rolling Stones||Stone Age / Got Live If You Want It ! (2xLP, Comp, RE)||Decca, Decca||6.28102 DX, SD 3024/1-2||Germany||Unknown|
|6645 400, 6835 919, 6835 920||The Rolling Stones||Stone Age / Got Live If You Want It ! (2xLP, Comp, RE)||Decca, Decca, Decca||6645 400, 6835 919, 6835 920||Netherlands||Unknown|
|6.28 102-2||The Rolling Stones||Stone Age/Got Live If You Want It! (2xLP, Comp, Dou)||Decca||6.28 102-2||UK||1971|
The performances captured for "Got Live If You Want It!" reportedly occurred on 1 and 7 October 1966, in Newcastle upon Tyne and Bristol while on their . 1970) was their true live album debut. In August 2002 "Got Live If You Want It!" was reissued in a new remastered CD and SACD digipak by "ABKCO Records", for all markets. Producer: Andrew "Loog" Oldham.
Got LIVE If You Want It! is the first live album by British rock band The Rolling Stones. It was released in the US in late 1966. It was also released as Have You Seen Your Mother LIVE! on Decca in England but for export only; it was not released in the UK under this alternate title
Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The Rolling Stones. The live tracks are reported to have been recorded at City Hall, Newcastle (October 1, 1966) and Colston Hall, Bristol (October 7). According to Bill Wyman some overdubs were added later (at IBC Studios, London). The song list on the autumn 1966 UK package tour was too short to make a full album. Consequently studio recordings with overdubbed live audience were added, I’ve Been Loving You Too Long and Fortune Teller, from 1965 and 1963 respectively. L'âge D'or Des Rolling Stones - Vol 6 - Got Live (If You Want It) (LP, Album, RE). Decca.
GOT LIVE (IF YOU WANT IT), Album was issued in 1974, album is in MINT- condition. The Rolling Stones - Stone Age UK Decca 1971 Stereo LP. Matrix numbers: ZAL 10432 P-1D, ZAL 10433 P-2D. The rolling stones,stone age,lp on decca skl 5084,1971.
The result was Got Live If You Want It!, which was intended to be recorded at a concert at Royal Albert Hall on September 23, 1966, the Stones' first live appearance in England in over a year. The problem was, as was memorably stated by a writer in Rolling Stone magazine a few years later, the Stones in those days didn't play concerts - they played riots, and that was precisely what happened at Royal Albert Hall, as several hundred fans charged the stage, overwhelming the band before they'd gotten through the opening number "Paint It, Black .
The Rolling Stones discuss why they took a break from an album of originals to make 'Blue & Lonesome,' their raw new LP of blues covers. Anjali Ramnandanlall. I’m saying to the record company, says Jagger, ‘Can you make this pop music if you want? Is it marketable?' The album came out of sessions that were supposed to be for an LP of Stones originals, still in its early stages. In 1968, Jagger told Rolling Stone that the band had always intended to move beyond the blues. What’s the point in listening to us doing ‘I’m a King Bee,' he said, when you can hear Slim Harpo do it? But at their best, the Stones weren’t merely mimicking their inspirations.
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