The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones - The Rolling Stones
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Based on 2 reviews
1964 Ratings: #12 / 31
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Based on 125 ratings
1964 Ratings: #21
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April 16, 1964 / Release Date
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Decca / Label
Blues Rock / Genres
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The History of the Albums – n°237

At a time when the British Invasion was beginning to emerge, many very promising English bands were following in their own way the footsteps of the Beatles, symbol of a revival and a nascent counter-culture. The revolution is underway. Among the most emblematic pioneer bands are of course The Kinks, The Animals, The Who, The Yardbird and then of course The Rolling Stones. Of course each band has its own particularities, to our great delight, they all ... read more
The raw garage-blues sound is what they've always excelled at.
A decent debut for the Stones with some great tracks like Carol, but it isn't super great overall. It does foreshadow some great things to come though. Favorite Track: Carol. Rating of US release
This one doesn’t really hold up well today, but still a solid record
just isn't their best stuff by a mile
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Track List

  1. Route 66
  2. I Just Want to Make Love to You
  3. Honest I Do
  4. Mona (I Need You Baby)
  5. Now I've Got a Witness (Like Uncle Phil and Uncle Gene)
  6. Little by Little
  7. I'm a King Bee
  8. Carol
  9. Tell Me (You're Coming Back)
  10. Can I Get a Witness
  11. You Can Make It If You Try
  12. Walking the Dog
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Added on: April 11, 2013