The Rolling Stones - Not Fade Away album flac
- Album: Not Fade Away
- FLAC: 1745 mb | MP3: 1412 mb
- Country: UK
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 122
- Format: VQF RA AUD WMA MMF DMF AA
|A||Not Fade Away|
|B||Little By Little|
|F.11845||The Rolling Stones||Not Fade Away (7", Single)||Decca||F.11845||UK||1964|
|F.11845||The Rolling Stones||Not Fade Away / Little By Little (7", Single, Promo)||Decca||F.11845||UK||1964|
|F 11845||The Rolling Stones||Not Fade Away / Little By Little (7", Single, RE)||Decca||F 11845||Germany||Unknown|
|F.11845||The Rolling Stones||Not Fade Away / Little By Little (7", Single)||Decca||F.11845||UK||1964|
|DL 25 133||The Rolling Stones||Not Fade Away / Little By Little (7", RE)||Decca||DL 25 133||Germany||1964|
The Rolling Stones performing Not Fade Away live in New Jersey 1994. Audio remastered with Godfather Records 'Welcome To Voodoo Lounge'' soundtrack.
About Not Fade Away. It was one of the first pop songs to feature the Bo Diddley beat, a series of beats (da, da, da, da-da da). The Stones' original version wasn’t radically different from Buddy Holly’s version but featured a bluesy harmonica from Brian Jones and a different intro riff which is pure Keith Richards
Holly and the Crickets recorded the song in Clovis, New Mexico, on May 27, 1957, the same day the song "Everyday" was recorded.
Band Name The Rolling Stones. Album Name Not Fade Away. Type EP. Released date September 1964. Members owning this album1. Other productions from The Rolling Stones.
Written-By – Hardin, Petty. First cat- appears on front cover and both label sides, second on back cover. French compilation series from the 70s, L'âge D'or Volume 2 "Not Fade Away" being a version of The Rolling Stones album "Around And Around" from 1964. Price Code: Ⓑ. Matrix, Runout (Label side A): LPD S 1. 36. Matrix, Runout (Label side B): LPD S 1. 37.
The Stones released "Not Fade Away" as a single in the . in January, and, as was custom there, it wasn't included on the album; "Mona" eventually made it on the . only The Rolling Stones Now! album in early 1965. Over the next 15 months, the Stones would sharpen and stabilize their sound on singles and albums that would shape their path as one rock's all-time greatest groups. It was a busy period, and the manic pace (recording, touring, recording, touring, over and over again) that preceded and followed their debut album was just the start
Rolling Stones Not Fade Away. The Rolling Stones Intro - Not Fade Away.
I'm gonna tell you how it's gonna be You're gonna give your love to me I'm gonna love you night and day Well love is love and not fade away Well love is love and not fade away.
My love is bigger than a Caddilac I'll try to show and you drive me back Your love for me has got to be real For you to know just how I feel Love is real, not fade away (2x). I wanna tell how it's gonna be You're gonna give your love to me Love for last day one more day Love is love, not fade away.