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The Rolling Stones - Sometimes I Wonder Why download album

  • Performer: The Rolling Stones
  • Album: Sometimes I Wonder Why
  • FLAC: 1790 mb | MP3: 1614 mb
  • Released: 2011
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The Rolling Stones - Sometimes I Wonder Why download album

Stevie Wonder - I Don't Know Why - Hollywood Palace 1969.

I Don't Know Why" (sometimes listed as "Don't Know Why I Love You") is a 1968 song by American singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder, from the album For Once in My Life (1968). It also serves as the B-side for the 1969 hit "My Cherie Amour". The single peaked at No. 39 on the US Billboard Hot 100. The song was recorded when Wonder was 18 years old, and became a moderate hit single, together with "You Met Your Match", another song from the album. It also showcases Wonder's talents on the clavinet.

The Rolling Stones discuss why they took a break from an album of originals to make 'Blue & Lonesome,' their raw new LP of blues covers. Anjali Ramnandanlall. The 24-year-old drummer heads back to his modest kit, and the Rolling Stones tumble into Howlin’ Wolf’s Little Red Rooster, Keith Richards ’ duh- dunt -dah-duh riff battling Brian Jones’ spiky slide-guitar runs. If I had known I was gonna have to do this, he says, I would have spent a few days practicing, because sometimes I do that, sit at home and play. It’s quite easy, really; I mean, you just put on whatever, a whole bunch of Muddy Waters records.

The Rolling Stones' Blue and Lonesome: the classic songs they're covering. But equally, the charge of cultural appropriation feels deeply unfair. A less cynical observer’s first thought might be to wonder why they didn’t do something like this sooner: the opening cover of Buddy Johnson’s I’m Just Your Fool comes barreling out of the speakers, sounding more raw and vibrant than the Stones have done in years.

My copy of The Rolling Stones’ debut album. The change of colour on the left is where the laminate has peeled away slightly. Well, it is over 50 years ol. .Have you ever checked the Rare Record Price Guide ( RRPG ) prices of Stones LPs? They made me wince like I’d just smelled Keith Richards’ breath in his heyday. Rolling Stones First Album: 1st pressing £1,000. Rolling Stones £130  . 1,000 for the first LP? Aside from the slight problem of not having that much cash, it did make me wonder: Why bother? They’re all on this site.

The Rolling Stones are an English rock band formed in London in 1962. The Rolling Stones were in the vanguard of the British Invasion of bands that became popular in the US in 1964–65. At first noted for their longish hair as much as their music, the band are identified with the youthful and rebellious w:counterculture of the 1960s

Polydor/UMe 15 LP, 18 180gram disc box set (+WAV and MP3 download card). Produced by: Various (Project Coordinator David Beaufoy). and Sticky Fingers? The Doors management and even Elektra founder Jac Holzman once said the box it produced for Rhino was cut from a 192/24 bit transfer because the tapes were too fragile to use. Chad Kassem buzzed around their heads about the tapes, and finally when he buzzed with the correct amount of cash, out came the tapes. I wonder if the Japanese single layer SHM-SACDs from a few years ago are the same transfers used for some of these LPs. For Tattoo You, Some Girls, Undercover, etc. Would not be surprised.

Lucky Too. Michael Hall & The Woodpeckers.

Fifty years rolling on, and there are still many mysteries to the Rolling Stones. Mick Jagger's fear of being seen as yesterday's papers, the death of Brian Jones, and top of the list, the resistance of releasing the tons of great stuff stashed in their archives! Over the years, the band have occasionally reached into their past to resurrect old songs. Much of 'Tattoo You,' in fact, dates back to the early-to-mid-'70s, and current Stones bassist Daryl Jones boasted about some good material from his 20-year tenure in the band that never made it to the public.