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Hot Rocks: 1964-1971 by The Rolling Stones (CD, Aug-2002, 2 Discs, ABKCO Records)

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Album Features
UPC:018771666721
Artist:The Rolling Stones
Format:CD
Release Year:1987
Record Label:ABKCO Records
Genre:British Invasion, General, Oldies
Number Of Discs:2 Discs

Track Listing
DISC 1:
1. Time Is on My Side
2. Heart of Stone
3. Play with Fire
4. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
5. As Tears Go By
6. Get Off of My Cloud
7. Mother's Little Helper
8. 19th Nervous Breakdown
9. Paint It Black
10. Under My Thumb
11. Ruby Tuesday
12. Let's Spend the Night Together

DISC 2:
1. Jumpin' Jack Flash
2. Street Fighting Man
3. Sympathy for the Devil
4. Honky Tonk Women
5. Gimme Shelter
6. Midnight Rambler - (live)
7. You Can't Always Get What You Want
8. Brown Sugar
9. Wild Horses

Details
Playing Time:87 min.
Producer:The Rolling Stones, Jimmy Miller, Glyn Johns, Andrew Loog Oldham
Distributor:Universal Distribution
Recording Type:Mixed, Studio
Recording Mode:Stereo
SPAR Code:AAD

Album Notes
The Rolling Stones: Bill Wyman (bass instrument); Keith Richards, Brian Jones (background vocals); Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts .Personnel: Mick Jagger (vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards); Keith Richards, Brian Jones (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Bill Wyman (vocals, keyboards, synthesizer); Mick Taylor (guitar); Nicky Hopkins (piano); Charlie Watts (drums).If faced with the absurd dilemma of picking one album to represent the meaning of rock music, the Rolling Stones compilation HOT ROCKS--which collects most of their commercially and artistically successful songs from 1964 to 1971--would certainly be in the running. A two-CD set (originally released as a double LP), HOT ROCKS' 22 tracks each have the ring of historical inevitability about them; more importantly, of course, they are great tunes. From the soulful wailing of "Time Is On My Side" (the only non-Jagger/Richards original here) to the nervous pop shuffle of "Mother's Little Helper" through the Indian-influenced psychedelia of "Paint It Black" and the gospel-inflected strains of "You Can't Always Get What You Want," it is hard to argue with the power of this music.Many of these songs have been tattooed on the cultural psyche--the amped-up rock nirvana of "Jumpin' Jack Flash" and "Satisfaction" (with their indelible guitar riffs), for example--but everything here sparkles and thrills: the mod clatter of "19th Nervous Breakdown," the in-your-face sass of "Brown Sugar." At their very best, as on "Sympathy for the Devil" and "Gimme Shelter," the Stones prove capable not only of creating compressed rock masterpieces, but of making music emblematic of their entire generation (and future generations). The Rolling Stones are often referred to as "the World's Greatest Rock Band." HOT ROCKS makes that claim hard to dispute.

The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger (vocals); Keith Richards, Brian Jones (guitar, background vocals); Mick Taylor (guitar); Bill Wyman (bass); Charlie Watts (drums).Producers: Andrew Loog Oldham, The Rolling Stones, Jimmy Miller.When it comes to the rock & roll verities, this is about as elemental as it gets. The Rolling Stones are one of the most important bands in rock & roll history, and HOT ROCKS is a two-disc distillation of their very finest work. If you want to lay claim to being more seminal than that, your name had better start with Chuck and end with Berry. All the essential Stones tunes are here, from their early R&B days ("Time Is on My Side," "Heart of Stone") to the psychedelic sixties ("Paint It Black," complete with sitar, and the baroque "Ruby Tuesday.") The lean, mean, rocking Stones of the '70s are well represented here by the anthemic "Street Fighting Man," the wry, kinetic "Sympathy For the Devil" and the inevitable "Jumpin' Jack Flash," whose signature riff in and of itself qualifies Keith Richards for his own entry in Webster's Dictionary.

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Rolling Stones At Home...At Last

Created: 09/07/06
The Rolling Stones rock group is like a pair of old shoes...They are just too comfortable to throw out. I never liked the Stones back in the 1960's. They were the first to NOT dress alike when performing, and actually made the Beatles look good by comparison. They personified the outragious lifestyle. Everything was to excess...booze...drugs...girls (remember Marianne Faithful)?
The Stones and I have grown old together, and now I have discovered a fondness for the group's music.
The album "Hot Rocks" is all about the early years of the Rolling Stones.
They have smoothed out their image and become commercial in more recent years.
Maybe that is why I wanted the "Hot Rocks" album. It has all the hits that brought the Stones to the attention of the world. "Time Is On My Side","As Tears Go By","Paint It Black","Street Fighting Man" and "Mother's Little Helper" are just a few of the great songs on this album. Actually EVERY Stones hit from 1964 thru 1971 is on this double album. "Satisfaction" and "Get Off My Cloud" always bring back memories for this Vietnam Veteran. The Rolling Stones...You either love them or hate them, but they are one of the most enduring of all rock groups..and this album lets the younger generation discover what got the group rolling.. It is super!
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Hot Rocks 1964-1971

Created: 23/04/09
whoever called The Stones the best rock and roll band in the history of rock and roll wasnt kidding! Nobody works a crowd like Mick Jagger and gets more from them.That style cant be copied by any other group!
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Hot Rocks Rocks

Created: 07/06/06
Same Rolling Stones greatest hits that it has been practically forever. If you either know the album and want it, or if you want a bunch of the famous early Stones songs on one CD, this is a good one to get. A couple of the songs are somewhat overplayed ....
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Rolling Stones hits 1964 - 1971

Created: 06/04/09
A while ago my daughter "borrowed" several Rolling Stones CD's from me. I missed having those CD's around; the Stones are always great to listen to, especially the old original ones. When I came across this condensed version with a whole lot of their older hits, it was impossible not to bid on. I am happy I bid and won this one, it's a keeper!
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The Rolling Stones Hot Rocks

Created: 04/04/08
What can you say Stones Hot Rocks rock. It is the music we grew up with.From top to bottom there is not a song that you haven't heard or know word for word?
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