The Rolling Stones - Cocaine On A Dentist Chair download album
- Album: Cocaine On A Dentist Chair
- FLAC: 1205 mb | MP3: 1513 mb
- Released: 1995
- Style: Classic Rock, Blues Rock
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 177
- Format: MP2 AUD AHX VQF WAV AA AU
Band’s first album in a decade returns to roots with 12 covers of blues greats, and will feature Eric Clapton on two tracks.
The Rolling Stones is the debut album by the Rolling Stones, released by Decca Records in the UK on 16 April 1964. The album is included in Robert Dimery's 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.
This past December, the Rolling Stones gathered in Mark Knopfler’s British Grove Studios in West London to begin work on a batch of original songs. Jagger is deliberately vague on the nature of those tunes. I hope it’s gonna be a very eclectic album, he says. His 2006 head injury meant goodbye to cocaine, he says. I was actually fed up with the stuff. The Stones are discussing more shows next year, and they really do intend to work on that album of originals.
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The Rolling Stones is a waterhole for every garage band worth its salt. Some are hardcore fans, some are casual fans. Either way The Stones speak to generations of fans. From the 60s with the bluesy roots and the begging of the peak with Beggar's Banquet, over the 70s with experimenting sounds such as reggae, jazz and pop ballads, an 80s decade that started off good, but lost its way somewhere in the middle, the 1989 comeback, the departure of Wyman in 1993, renewed success in the 90s. and the new millennium that still sees them doing great live shows.
The Rolling Stones have been a band since 1962. That’s longevity, people! These guys love their job so much they’re still out there after 55 years putting on great shows; there’s a distinct possibility that when Mick Jagger or Keith Richards finally kick the bucket, it’ll be on stage. Tumbling Dice, the only single off the album that made the top 10, benefits from the additional tinkering; about a roving gambler, it makes you want to roll down all the windows and take a detour on a country highway. But it’s not really about hits with Exile. The impact is best felt when listening to it as a whole, the lyrics secondary to the overall feel of primal need, rock ‘n roll excess, and the tension of a band on the edge of falling apart.
It's often unfair to compare the Rolling Stones to the Beatles but in the case of the group's mono mixes, it's instructive. Until the 2009 release of the box set The Beatles in Mono, all of the Fab Four's mono mixes were out of print. That's not the case with the Rolling Stones. To that end, there's a bonus disc called Stray Cats - with artwork that plays off the censored plain white cover art for the initial pressing of Beggars Banquet - collecting the singles that never showed up on an official album, or at least any of the albums that made the box.
Richards has described listening to Muddy Waters for the first time as "the most powerful music I had ever heard – the most expressive. Jagger, meanwhile, once said this music "seemed the most real thing" to his young ears. Co-founders Brian Jones and Charlie Watts were soon delving just as deeply into the music of Muddy Waters, Jimmy Reed, Little Walter and others . Richards came to appreciate this remarkable journey, traced again through our list of Top 10 Rolling Stones Blues Songs.
|Live At Inglewood Forum, Los Angeles, November 8, 1969. (2nd Show!!)|
|1-1||Intro By Sam Cutler|
|1-2||Jumping Jack Flash|
|1-4||Sympathy For The Devil|
|1-5||Stray Cat Blues|
|1-7||You Gotta Move|
|1-8||Love In Vain|
|1-10||Under My Thumb|
|1-12||Live With Me|
|1-14||(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction|
|1-15||Honky Tonk Women|
|1-16||Street Fighting Man|
|Live At University Of Illinois Assembly Hall, Champaign, Illinois, November 15, 1969.|
|2-2||Jumping Jack Flash|
|2-4||Sympathy For The Devil|
|2-5||Stray Cat Blues|
|2-6||Love In Vain|
|2-8||You Gotta Move|
|2-9||Under My Thumb|
|2-12||(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction|
|2-13||Honky Tonk Women|
|2-14||Street Fighting Man|
- Recorded At – The Forum, Los Angeles
- Recorded At – University Of Illinois