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The Rolling Stones - Out of Our Heads [Bootleg] album download
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The Rolling Stones - Out of Our Heads [Bootleg] album download

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The Rolling Stones
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Out of Our Heads [Bootleg]
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Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей The Rolling Stones. There are many differing versions of this album, most notably: - the UK version doesn't include the corresponding singles, unlike its American counterpart, which was general practice in the early 1960s. As a result the US version omits various album tracks that the UK version includes.

Another release from an anonymous bootleg operation that is bent on improving the Rolling Stones' catalog from the ground up. This is basically the mono British version of Out of Our Heads, distinct from its . equivalent by the absence of "Satisfaction" and "The Spider and the Fly" and a greater emphasis on R&B covers than Jagger-Richards originals. The sound is super, loud, and crunchy all the way through and glittering in its detail, but the real treat is the 12 bonus tracks. The makers might as well have called it "Rolling Stones '65," as it contains most of their hits from that year and one killer instrumental track.

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Out of Our Heads is the Rolling Stones' third British studio album and their fourth in the United States. In the US, London Records released it on 30 July 1965 and it became the group's first number one on the Billboard 200 album chart. Decca Records released it in the UK on 24 September 1965, where it reached number two.

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The Rolling Stones: ‘Out of Our Heads’ Revisited. Anthony DeCurtis considers the historical significance of the Stones’ fourth record. By. Anthony DeCurtis. To make the album, the Stones returned in May 1965 to Chess Studios, in Chicago, home of their blues idols and the place where the Stones themselves had recorded parts of 12 5 the year before. They completed Out of Our Heads at sessions in Hollywood and London. Like its three predecessors. Out of Our Heads draws heavily on the work of American R&B musicians who were all but unknown to white teenagers both in this country and in the United Kingdom. The Stones delivered raw covers of Don Covay’s Mercy Mercy

Out of Our Heads (US version). By 1965, when the bulk of this album was recorded pop acts of the day were accustomed surfing an alternating tidal wave of hormonal acclaim and establishment distaste. Yet the pop market was a fickle thing with no guarantees about how long there success might last. We look at The Stones, now in their dotage and still managing to scare the horses, and look back on their rise as being inevitable. What began to put distance between The Stones and their lightweight package-tour companions was their growing ability to write their own material. Whilst the Jagger and Richards team had penned a few ditties there was nothing that they could really call their own, as the rabble-rousing R&B potboiler "It's Alright" "The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man" and "One More Try" ably demonstrate.