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The Rolling Stones - Aftermath (DSD)

The Rolling Stones - Aftermath (DSD)
The Rolling Stones - Aftermath (DSD)
€19.00 
Format: Vinyl (LP) 
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Label (Code): Abkco (042288232315)
Special Attributes: DSD Remastered
Release Date: 11/2003
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"The Rolling Stones with Aftermath delivered a set of all-original material, which also did much to define the group as the bad boys of rock & roll with their sneering attitude toward the world in general and the female sex in particular." (www.allmusic.com)

"...Mick Jagger and Keith Richards went into the studio in Los Angeles with enough original material for an entire album. The days of searching for appropriate songs to quickly fill out an album were over. The Rolling Stones released “19th Nervous Breakdown” several months earlier as a non album song. This classic, frenetic rocker was terrific with a dense and layered sound supporting Mick Jagger’s vocal.  “It reached number two on the American charts and could have easily been included on Aftermath. Also the double sided single “Lady Jane/Mother’s Little Helper” was released in the United States. During this time period a single could have both sides on the charts. “Lady Jane” which is included on Aftermath reached number 24. “Mother’s Little Helper,” which was on the English album but not the American release went top ten. Again this superior song could have been included on “Aftermath.” Brian Jones had a field day on Aftermath. He played the sitar on “Paint It Black,” the dulcimer on “Lady Jane,” a sax on “Flight 505,” harmonica on “Goin’ Home” and an African xylophone on “Under My Thumb.” While Brian Jones influence as to the musical direction of the Stones was on the wane he continued to bring his musical genius to the basic instrumental tracks in the studio. Most of the instrumental surprises on the early Rolling Stones material were due to Brian Jones creativity and virtuosity with an increasing number of instruments. ." (Read More: http://blogcritics.org)

Track List
(Listen the Full album here)

A1 Mothers Little Helper         
A2 Stupid Girl        
A3 Lady Jane    
A4 Under My Thumb        
A5 Doncha Bother Me    
A6 Goin' Home    

B1 Flight 505        
B2 High And Dry        
B3 Out Of Time        
B4 It's Not Easy        
B5 I Am Waiting        
B6 Take It Or Leave It        
B7 Think        
B8 What To Do  

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