The Rolling Stones ‎– 60's UK EP Collection

ABKCO ‎– HD00018771886723
15 × File, FLAC, Compilation, 88kHz/24bit


1. The Rolling Stones (E.P.) - Recorded at Decca Studios and Kingsway Studios in 1964, it was on the New Musical Express E.P. chart for the full year of 1964 in the U.K. and it was No. 1 for 14 weeks in that year. Features their covers of songs originally recorded by Chuck Berry, The Coasters, Arthur Alexander and Barrett Strong.

2. Five by Five (E.P.) - The mono mixes of songs recorded at the June 1964 session at the legendary Chess Studio in Chicago. Features the original compositions "Empty Heart" and "2120 South Michigan Avenue" (the address of Chess) as well as covers of songs originally recorded by Solomon Burke,
Chuck Berry and Jay McShann.

3. Got Live If You Want It! (E.P.) - Includes songs not found on the U.S. album of the same name. Recorded on the Rolling Stones' 5th British Tour at dates in London, Liverpool and Manchester in early March 1964. The title of the E.P. is based on bluesman Slim Harpo's "Got Love If You Want It," released on Excello Records in 1957. The E.P. features covers of songs recorded Otis Redding, Solomon Burke, Hank Snow and Nat King Cole. The Stones' own original "I'm Alright" was only ever recorded and released in live versions.

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