The Rolling Stones - After-Math album flac
|A1||Mothers Little Helper||2:40|
|A4||Under My Thumb||3:20|
|B2||High And Dry||3:06|
|B3||Out Of Time||5:15|
|B4||It's Not Easy||2:52|
|B5||I Am Waiting||3:10|
|B6||Take It Or Leave It||2:47|
|B7||What To Do||2:30|
- Printed By – A.C.E.M.
- Made By – Société Française Du Son
- Recorded At – RCA Studios, Hollywood
- Arranged By – The Rolling Stones
- Bass – Bill Wyman
- Design [Cover] – Sandy Beach
- Drums – Charlie Watts
- Dulcimer, Sitar – Brian Jones
- Engineer – Dave Hassinger
- Guitar – Brian Jones , Keith Richard*
- Lighting – Mick Jagger
- Marimba, Bells – Bill Wyman, Brian Jones , Charlie Watts
- Percussion – Charlie Watts, Jack Nitzsche, Mick Jagger
- Photography By – Guy Webster, Jerrold Schatzberg*
- Piano, Organ, Harpsichord – Bill Wyman, Brian Jones , Ian Stewart, Jack Nitzsche
- Producer – Andrew Loog Oldham
- Songwriter – Mick Jagger And Keith Richard*
- Vocals – Mick Jagger, Keith Richard*
NotesRecorded at RCA Studios, Hollywood
Made In France Par La Société Française Du Son
Imp. A.C.E.M. - 4-67
1ere publication 1966
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1): ZAL 7209
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2): ZAL 7210
- Rights Society: BIEM
|6835 108||The Rolling Stones||Aftermath (LP, Album, RE)||Decca||6835 108||Netherlands||Unknown|
|SW137-2||The Rolling Stones||Aftermath (CD, Album, Unofficial)||SomeWax Recordings||SW137-2||Russia||2003|
|SKL 4786, SKL.4786||The Rolling Stones||Aftermath (LP, Album)||Decca, Decca||SKL 4786, SKL.4786||UK||1966|
|74764 AC1T-04208||The Rolling Stones||Aftermath (Cass, Album, RE, CrO)||ABKCO||74764 AC1T-04208||US||Unknown|
|25066||The Rolling Stones||After Math & Out Of Time (LP, Album, Club)||Decca||25066||Switzerland||1967|
Aftermath, released April 1966 by Decca Records, is the fourth British studio album by the Rolling Stones.
Aftermath (CD, Album, Unofficial). 25. 21 S. The Rolling Stones. After-Math (LP, Album). Aftermath (LP, Album).
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 English rock group The Rolling Stones has released 30 studio albums, 26 live albums, 25 compilation albums, three extended play singles, and 120 singles. The early albums and singles released from 1963 to 1967 were originally on Decca Records in the United Kingdom, and on their subsidiary label London Records in the United States. It was common practice in the music industry, prior to 1967, for British releases to be reconfigured for the American market
After-Math - The Rolling Stones - 12" Vinyl LP Record (LK 4786) (1966) Condition: Used. Time left: 1h 25m. Ships to: Worldwide. MINT The Rolling Stones ~ Aftermath + 6 Bonus Tracks RARE CD Digipak Condition: Like New. Time left: 4h 1m 37s. The Rolling Stones Aftermath LP Vinyl Record Mono LL 3476 A-909 Condition: Used. Time left: 5h 22m 51s. 1) It's by the Rolling Stones, British album number 4 (2) It is one of the earliest albums to eclipse the 50 minute mark (3) "Goin Home" is one of the earliest rock songs to eclipse the 10 minute mark, but its completely boring (4) The Stones were widely criticised for the albums misogynous content . "Mother's Little Helper", "Stupid.
The Stones' most downbeat, druggy album, with new guitarist Mick Taylor stretching into jazz and country. Key Track: "Brown Sugar" was the big hit, but "Sway" is one of the band's spookiest pro-evil anthems. Best Keith Moment: His guitar battle with Taylor throughout "Bitch. Their great R&B album – by now the Stones could write their own classics as well as pick them. Mick struts through the grooves with a sullen edge of seduction, his voice dripping with sex, while Keith and Brian keep hitting new twin-guitar highs. Key Track: "Satisfaction" – if they quit the day after they cut this, they'd still be legends.
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The Rolling Stones have done more to define the look, attitude and sound of rock & roll than any other band in the genre's history. After that, the Stones were an indomitable force on the music scene, and they have continued to be to this day. In 1978, the band’s album, Some Girls, rose to the challenge of punk ( When the Whip Comes Down ) – whose energy and attitude the Stones had defined a decade earlier – but also swung with the sinuous grooves of disco ( Miss You ). The album is one of the best of that decade. Meanwhile, guitarist Ron Wood had replaced Mick Taylor in 1975, adding another key element to the version of the Rolling Stones that would last another three decades – and counting
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