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Tracklist

CD 1

1)

Come On (Saturday Club / 26 October 1963) (02:03) Rolling Stones, The

2)

(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Saturday Club / 18 September 1965) (03:47) Rolling Stones, The

3)

Roll Over Beethoven (Saturday Club / 26 October 1963) (02:19) Rolling Stones, The

4)

The Spider And The Fly (Yeah Yeah / 30 August 1965) (03:14) Rolling Stones, The

5)

Cops And Robbers (Blues In Rhythm / 9 May 1964) (03:45) Rolling Stones, The

6)

It's All Over Now (The Joe Loss Pop Show / 17 July 1964) (03:19) Rolling Stones, The

7)

Route 66 (Blues In Rhythm / 9 May 1964) (02:32) Rolling Stones, The

8)

Memphis, Tennessee (Saturday Club / 26 October 1963) (02:22) Rolling Stones, The

9)

Down The Road Apiece (Top Gear / 6 March 1965) (02:02) Rolling Stones, The

10)

The Last Time (Top Gear / 6 March 1965) (03:11) Rolling Stones, The

11)

Cry To Me (Saturday Club / 18 September 1965) (03:07) Rolling Stones, The

12)

Mercy, Mercy (Yeah Yeah / 30 August 1965) (02:55) Rolling Stones, The

13)

Oh! Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin') (Saturday Club / 18 September 1965) (01:49) Rolling Stones, The

14)

Around And Around (Top Gear / 23 July 1964) (02:46) Rolling Stones, The

15)

Hi Heel Sneakers (Saturday Club / 18 April 1964) (01:57) Rolling Stones, The

16)

Fannie Mae (Saturday Club / 18 September 1965) (02:12) Rolling Stones, The

17)

You Better Move On (Blues In Rhythm / 9 May 1964) (02:46) Rolling Stones, The

18)

Mona (Blues In Rhythm / 9 May 1964) (02:58) Rolling Stones, The

CD 2

1)

I Wanna Be Your Man (Saturday Club / 8 February 1964) (01:53) Rolling Stones, The

2)

Carol (Saturday Club / 18 April 1964) (02:32) Rolling Stones, The

3)

I'm Moving On (The Joe Loss Pop Show / 10 April 1964) (02:07) Rolling Stones, The

4)

If You Need Me (The Joe Loss Pop Show / 17 July 1964) (02:01) Rolling Stones, The

5)

Walking The Dog (Saturday Club / 8 February 1964) (02:59) Rolling Stones, The

6)

Confessin' The Blues (The Joe Loss Pop Show / 17 July 1964) (02:26) Rolling Stones, The

7)

Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Top Gear / 6 March 1965) (03:34) Rolling Stones, The

8)

Little By Little (The Joe Loss Pop Show / 10 April 1964) (02:31) Rolling Stones, The

9)

Ain't That Loving You Baby (Rhythm And Blues (BBC World Service) / 31 October 1964) (01:56) Rolling Stones, The

10)

Beautiful Delilah (Saturday Club / 18 April 1964) (02:11) Rolling Stones, The

11)

Crackin' Up (Top Gear / 23 July 1964) (02:17) Rolling Stones, The

12)

I Can't Be Satisfied (Top Gear / 23 July 1964) (02:31) Rolling Stones, The

13)

I Just Want To Make Love To You (Saturday Club / 18 April 1964) (02:16) Rolling Stones, The

14)

2120 South Michigan Avenue (Rhythm And Blues (BBC World Service) / 31 October 1964) (03:48) Rolling Stones, The

Recensie

Heavily bootlegged over the years, the Rolling Stones' BBC sessions from the '60s didn't see official release until 2017, when Universal put out On Air as both a single-disc and double-disc set. The Stones first entered a BBC studio in October 1963 when they were peddling their debut single, "Come On," and their last session arrived in September 1965, just after releasing "Get Off of My Cloud" as the sequel to the smash "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction." During these three years, the Stones racked up several number one hits in the U.K., but Mick Jagger and Keith Richards didn't start writing in earnest until 1965, which means On Air winds up drawing a portrait of the Stones as a working covers band. This is precisely what they were at the dawn of their career: a quintet playing the Chicago blues and American R&B and rock & roll they loved, discovering their own voice within other people's songs. What's notable about On Air is how quickly the Rolling Stones developed their own signatures within the confines of covers (eight of which the band never cut in the studio). Charlie Watts swings with a vengeance, Bill Wyman counters with percolating bass runs, Mick Jagger sings with a savvy sense of remove, while Brian Jones and Keith Richards are so closely intertwined, it's hard to separate the riffs from the solos. Much of this can be heard on the Stones' studio albums from this period, but the live setting -- done primarily on the Saturday Club show, but also The Joe Loss Pop Show and Top Gear -- heightens the excitement, giving the performances rough edges that are nearly as appealing as the group's interplay. Some of those rough edges are sanded off by an "audio source separation process," where engineers de-mixed the original BBC sessions and then reassembled them into new stereo mixes. A bigger soundstage doesn't necessarily suit the BBC sessions, where the primitive production suits the raw performances -- for proof, listen to the second disc in the deluxe set, which wasn't de-mixed -- but it's ultimately a minor flaw in what's otherwise an essential set. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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Kunstenaar The Rolling Stones

Platenlabel Polydor

Platenlabel Universal

Kunstenaar ROLLING STONES THE

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DUIN CO87CTGEO7P

GTIN 0602567027409

Verschijningsdatum 01.12.2017

Aantal discs 2

Product type CD

Aantal tracks 32

On Air

The Rolling Stones

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