The Rolling Stones in Mono

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The Rolling Stones in Mono
A black-and-white photo of the Rolling Stones
Box set by The Rolling Stones
Released 30 September 2016
Recorded 1964 – 1969
Genre Rock
Length 597:13
Label ABKCO
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The Rolling Stones in Mono is a box set by the English rock band the Rolling Stones. It contains most of the group's British and American albums from the 1960s in monaural (mono) format, on 15 CDs or on 16 LPs. It was released by ABKCO Records on 30 September 2016.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

Albums[edit]

The Rolling Stones in Mono includes the following albums:[7][8]

  1. The Rolling Stones (UK version, 1964)
  2. 12 X 5 (US only, 1964)
  3. The Rolling Stones No. 2 (UK only, 1965)
  4. The Rolling Stones, Now! (US only, 1965)
  5. Out of Our Heads (US version, 1965)
  6. Out of Our Heads (UK version, 1965)
  7. December's Children (And Everybody's) (US only, 1965)
  8. Aftermath (UK version, 1966)
  9. Aftermath (US version, 1966)
  10. Between the Buttons (UK version, 1967)
  11. Flowers (US only, 1967)
  12. Their Satanic Majesties Request (1967)
  13. Beggars Banquet (1968)
  14. Let It Bleed (1969)
  15. Stray Cats (a new collection of singles and non-album tracks)

Stray Cats track listing[edit]

The box set includes a new compilation of non-album songs, called Stray Cats.

All songs composed by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, except where noted otherwise.[4]

  1. "Come On" [single A-side – Decca F.11675, 1963] (Chuck Berry)
  2. "I Want to Be Loved" [single B-side – Decca F.11675, 1963] (Willie Dixon)
  3. "I Wanna Be Your Man" [single A-side – Decca F.11674, 1963] (John Lennon, Paul McCartney)
  4. "Stoned" [single B-side – Decca F.11674, 1963] (Nanker Phelge)
  5. "Fortune Teller" [from Saturday Club – Decca LK 4583, 1964] (Naomi Neville)
  6. "Poison Ivy" [version 1] [from Saturday Club – Decca LK 4583, 1964] (Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller)
  7. "Bye Bye Johnny" [from The Rolling Stones EP – Decca DFE 8560, 1964] (Berry)
  8. "Money" [from The Rolling Stones EP – Decca DFE 8560, 1964] (Janie Bradford, Berry Gordy, Jr.)
  9. "Poison Ivy" [version 2] [from The Rolling Stones EP – Decca DFE 8560, 1964] (Leiber, Stoller)
  10. "Not Fade Away" [single A-side – Decca F.11845, 1964] (Charles Hardin, Norman Petty)
  11. "I've Been Loving You Too Long" [from Got Live If You Want It! – London Records LL 3493 (U.S.), 1966] (Otis Redding, Jerry Butler)
  12. "The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man" [single version] [single B-side – Decca F.12220, 1965] (Phelge)
  13. "19th Nervous Breakdown" [Previously unreleased alternate mix] [single A-side – London Records 45LON 9823 (U.S.), 1966]
  14. "Sad Day" [single B-side – London Records 45LON 9823 (U.S.), 1966]
  15. "Con Le Mie Lacrime" [Italian version of "As Tears Go By"] [single A-side – Decca F.22270 (IT), 1965] (Jagger, Richards, Andrew Loog Oldham)
  16. "Long, Long While" [single B-side – Decca F.12395, 1966]
  17. "Who's Driving Your Plane?" [single B-side – Decca F.12497, 1966]
  18. "We Love You" [single version] [single A-side – Decca F.12654, 1967]
  19. "Dandelion" [single version] [single B-side – Decca F.12654, 1967]
  20. "Child of the Moon" [single B-side – Decca F.12782, 1968]
  21. "Jumpin' Jack Flash" [single A-side – Decca F.12782, 1968]
  22. "Street Fighting Man" [single version] [single A-side – London Records 45LON 909 (U.S.), 1968]
  23. "Honky Tonk Women" [single A-side – Decca F.12952, 1969]
  24. "You Can't Always Get What You Want" [single version] [single B-side – Decca F.12952, 1969]

Personnel[edit]

The Rolling Stones

Additional musicians

References[edit]

  1. ^ Aswad, Jem (9 November 2016). "The Rolling Stones' Early Catalog Dazzles on New Mono Remasters: Sneak Peek". Billboard. Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  2. ^ Gallucci, Michael (27 September 2016). "Rolling Stones, The Rolling Stones in Mono: Album Review". Ultimate Classic Rock. Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  3. ^ Lewis, Randy (2 November 2016). "The Rolling Stones in Mono: How 'The World's Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Band' Came to Be". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  4. ^ a b Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "The Rolling Stones in Mono". AllMusic. Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  5. ^ Fremer, Michael (29 October 2016). "The Rolling Stones in Mono Box Set Reviewed". Analog Planet. Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  6. ^ Halpin, Michael (3 October 2016). "The Rolling Stones in Mono Box Set and How to Buy Their 60s Albums". Louder Than War. Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  7. ^ Grow, Kory (10 August 2016). "Massive Rolling Stones Mono Box Set for Release". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 18 December 2016.
  8. ^ Sinclair, Paul (11 August 2016). "The Rolling Stones in Mono: 16 LP Vinyl and 15 CD Box Sets Due in September". Super Deluxe Edition. Retrieved 18 December 2016.