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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.
The Rolling Stones' 1968 album 'Beggar's Banquet' is where you find Jones' last major contributions to an album. Jagger once stated that his slide guitar work on 'No Expectations' was the last time he truly contributed something meaningful and with care. Jones' disillusion with bands artistic direction, increased substance abuse and his suffering with poor mental health meant he was becoming difficult to work with missing many recording sessions altogether. Jones was asked to leave the band during the recording of 'Let It Bleed' in 1969 with him being allowed to issue the statement to the public and the press. In it, he declared that the split was amicable, reasoning that his departure was because he wanted to play my kind of music, which is no longer the Stones' music". Less than a month later Jones tragically died at his home in Sussex, after being found motionless in his swimming pool.
He was in The Rolling Stones for seven years and his importance to the band in those early days cannot be underestimated. He truly was an innovator and despite his troubled life, his influence on music should be recognised. Born Lewis Brian Hopkin Jones at the Park Nursing Home in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, on Saturday, 28 February 1942. His parents were well-to-do, middle class and Brian went to a fee-paying junior school before gaining a place at a local grammar school where he excelled. Brian Jones’ increasing estrangement from the band from around 1967 onwards led to him feeling isolated and unhappy with the musical direction of The Rolling Stones. In early 1969, he decided to leave the band that he had helped to form to try and find a new musical direction for his undoubted talents.
Spanning the era between 1963 and 1969, The Rolling Stones in Mono covers the formative years of The Greatest Rock & Roll Band in the World. During this era, most rock and pop recordings were originally recorded in mono, with stereo often an afterthought, dealt with only following the completion of the original (mono) version of a given track. In short, mono reigned and this was, indeed, the case for the Rolling Stones during the period. For the project he utilized Direct Stream Digital (DSD) transfers from the original master recordings, with a sampling rate of 2,822,400. Lacquer cutting for vinyl was performed at Abbey Road Studios by Alex Wharton and Sean Magee. All vinyl box sets will be numbered and pressed on 180-gram vinyl. The Rolling Stones in Mono project has been overseen by Teri Landi, ABKCO’s Grammy award winning Chief Audio Engineer.
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Brian Jones, founder of the Rolling Stones, had the vision and musical intuition which helped make the band a vital force in the '60s. Jones' possessed a fierce work ethic, listening repeatedly to recordings by Elmore James, Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters and other classic American blues musicians to unlock the secrets of their sound. Notably, as Trynka zeroes in on, Jones had vision. By 1961, a time when even the most enthusiastic adherents in Britain saw no future in the blues other than as a marginal concern, Jones was convinced that the electric blues and R&B could be the signature sound of his generation. Jones was not a songwriter, but his crucial contributions to the classic compositions from the era are duly noted. From 1965-1967, Jones was at the centre of Swinging London, a man of his times.
Rolling Stones, theThe Rolling Stones (clockwise from left): Bill Wyman, Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, amd Mick Jagger, 1964. The Stones’ early repertoire consisted primarily of recycled gems from the catalogs of the blues and rock-and-roll titans of the 1950s: their first five singles and the bulk of their first two albums were composed by others. The turning point was reached when, spurred on by the example of the Beatles’ John Lennon and Paul McCartney, Jagger and Richards began composing their own songs, which not only ensured the long-term viability of the band but also served to place the Jagger-Richards team firmly in creative control of the group. The result, Shine a Light (2008), met with critical acclaim and confirmed that the Rolling Stones were still a major presence in the rock scene of the 21st century.
Over the fifty years of their existence, the Rolling Stones have only released 22 studio albums in the UK, but within this catalogue can be found some of the most influential, game-changing and iconic recordings of the rock ‘n’ roll era. From the moment they exploded from the sweaty, smoke-filled clubs of London’s visceral early sixties’ rhythm’n’blues scene, the Stones defined a hitherto unprecedented rebel sensibility that’s since become accepted as an essential ingredient of all subsequent rock. Endeavouring to set animosity aside, Jagger and Richards set to work on a post-Dirty Work comeback that pretty much set a template for all that was to follow. 8) The Rolling Stones (1964).
2000 Light Years is an amazing song. The title is a takeoff on the inside of the Brisith passport that says "Her Brittanic Majesties Request". Yes the mix is a bit muddy but the mellotron and arrangement more than compensate in their brilliance. The best one from the album! Johnny from Los Angeles, CaThe rolling stones are not a psychicadellic (sorry for spelling) band. I listened to this, then "Can you hear me knocking" The difference hurts. Fyodor from Denver, CoRegarding: "'Piper at the Gates of Dawn' was probably somewhere in between. Chelsea from Nyc, OrBrian Jones really "made " this tune after overdubbing his mellotron parts. before it was a simple guitardriven tune. In '89 when performed during the Steel Wheels tour Jagger changed the lyrics from 100,600, 1000 and 2000 Lightyears to only 2000 Lightyears.
|disc 1||The Lost Bbc Sessions|
|disc 2||The Lost Chess Sessions|
|disc 3||The Lost U.S. Tv Broadcasts|
|disc 4||The Legendary Hawaii Radio Broadcast|
|disc 5||The Lost Uk Studio Sessions|
|disc 6||The Paris And Hamburg Tapes|
|disc 7||The Lost Uk Tv Broadcasts|
NotesTHE ROLLING STONES - LIGHT YEARS FROM HOME: THE LOST STONES SESSIONS
7 CD SET
DISC 1- THE LOST BBC SESSIONS
DISC 2 - THE LOST CHESS SESSIONS
DISC 3 - THE LOST U.S. TV BROADCASTS
DISC 4 - THE LEGENDARY HAWAII RADIO BROADCAST
DISC 5 - THE LOST UK STUDIO SESSIONS
DISC 6 - THE PARIS AND HAMBURG TAPES
DISC 7 - THE LOST UK TV BROADCASTS
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