The Rolling Stones ‎– The Rolling Stones On Air

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Polydor ‎– 670 274-0, ABKCO ‎– 670 274-0, Rolling Stones Records ‎– 670 274-0
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1-1 Come On
Written-By – Chuck Berry
1-2 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
Written-By – Jagger-Richards
1-3 Roll Over Beethoven
Written-By – Chuck Berry
1-4 The Spider And The Fly
Written-By – Jagger-Richards
1-5 Cops And Robbers
Written-By – Ellas McDaniel
1-6 It's All Over Now
Written-By – Bobby Womack, Shirley Womack
1-7 Route 66
Written-By – Bobby Troup
1-8 Memphis, Tennesse
Written-By – Chuck Berry
1-9 Down The Road Apiece
Written-By – Don Raye
1-10 The Last Time
Written-By – Jagger-Richards
1-11 Cry To Me
Written-By – Bert Russell
1-12 Mercy, Mercy
Written-By – Don Covay
1-13 Oh! Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin')
Written-By – Barbara Lynn Ozen
1-14 Around And Around
Written-By – Chuck Berry
1-15 Hi Heel Sneakers
Written-By – Robert Higgenbotham*
1-16 Fannie Mae
Written-By – Bobby Robinson, Buster Brown, Clarence L. Lewis*
1-17 You Better Move On
Written-By – Arthur Alexander Jr.*
1-18 Mona
Written-By – Ellas McDaniel
Bonus Tracks
2-1 I Wanna Be Your Man
Written-By – Lennon-McCartney
2-2 Carol
Written-By – Chuck Berry
2-3 I'm Moving On
Written-By – Hank Snow
2-4 If You Need Me
Written-By – Robert Bateman, Sonny Sanders, Wilson Pickett
2-5 Walking The Dog
Written-By – Rufus Thomas
2-6 Confessin' The Blues
Written-By – Jay McShann, Walter Brown
2-7 Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
Written-By – Bert Berns, Gerry Wexler*, Solomon Burke
2-8 Little By Little
Written-By – Jagger-Richards
2-9 Ain't That Loving You Baby
Written-By – Jimmy Reed
2-10 Beautiful Delilah
Written-By – Chuck Berry
2-11 Crackin' Up
Written-By – Ellas McDaniel
2-12 I Can't Be Satisfied
Written-By – Muddy Waters
2-13 I Just Want To Make Love To You
Written-By – Willie Dixon
2-14 2120 South Michigan Avenue
Written-By – Nanker Phelge

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A BBC recording
For all tracks that have been through Abbey Road's new de-mix process, original BBC master tapes and transcription discs have been used wherever possible to ensure the best available sources. The de-mix process then gives the engineers access to the individual instrumentation and vocals within the track so they can be rebalanced and remixed into a fuller sounding performance.

Gatefold Images (L-R): Keystone Features / Stringer, Phil Ochs Archives / Stringer, Giancarlo BOTTI / Contributor, Stanley Bielecki / ASP / Contributor.
Booklet Images: Philip Townsend Archives (2-3), Pictorial Press Ltd. / Alamy Stock Photo (5), Michael Ochs Archives / Stringer (6,10), Dezo Hoffman / REX / Shutterstock (9), CBS Photo Archive / Contributor (12)

Track 1-1: Recorded for Saturday Club. First broadcast on 26 October 1963.
Track 1-2: Recorded for Saturday Club. First broadcast on 18 September 1965.
Track 1-3: Recorded for Saturday Club. First broadcast on 26 October 1963.
Track 1-4: Recorded for Yeah Yeah. First broadcast on 30 August 1965.
Track 1-5: Recorded for Blues In Rhythm. First broadcast on 9 May 1964.
Track 1-6: Recorded for The Joe Loss Pop Show. First broadcast on 17 July 1964.
Track 1-7: Recorded for Blues In Rhythm. First broadcast on 9 May 1964.
Track 1-8: Recorded for Saturday Club. First broadcast on 26 October 1963.
Track 1-9: Recorded for Top Gear. First broadcast on 6 March 1965.
Track 1-10: Recorded for Top Gear. First broadcast on 6 March 1965.
Track 1-11: Recorded for Saturday Club. First broadcast on 18 September 1965.
Track 1-12: Recorded for Yeah Yeah. First broadcast on 30 August 1965.
Track 1-13: Recorded for Saturday Club. First broadcast on 18 September 1965.
Track 1-14: Recorded for Top Gear. First broadcast on 23 July 1964.
Track 1-15: Recorded for Saturday Club. First broadcast on 18 April 1964.
Track 1-16: Recorded for Saturday Club. First broadcast on 18 September 1965.
Track 1- 17: Recorded for Blues In Rhythm. First broadcast on 9 May 1964.
Track 1-18: Recorded for Blues in Rhythm. First broadcast on 9 May 1964.
Track 2-1: Recorded for Saturday Club. First broadcast on 8 February 1964.
Track 2-2: Recorded for Saturday Club. First broadcast on 18 April 1964.
Track 2-3: Recorded for The Joe Loss Pop Show. First broadcast on 10 April, 1964.
Track 2-4: Recorded for The Joe Loss Pop Show. First broadcast on 17 July 1964.
Track 2-5: Recorded for Saturday Club. First broadcast on 8 February 1964.
Track 2-6: Recorded for The Joe Loss Pop Show. First broadcast on 17 July 1964.
Track 2-7: Recorded for Top Gear. First broadcast on 6 March 1965.
Track 2-8: Recorded for The Joe Loss Pop Show. First broadcast on 10 April, 1964.
Track 2-9: Recorded for Rhythm And Blues (BBC World Service). First broadcast on 31 October 1964.
Track 2-10: Recorded for Saturday Club. First broadcast on 18 April, 1964.
Track 2-11: Recorded for Top Gear. First broadcast on 23 July 1965.
Track 2-12: Recorded for Top Gear. First broadcast on 23 July 1965.
Track 2-13: Recorded for Saturday Club. First broadcast on 18 April, 1964.
Track 2-14: Recorded for Rhythm And Blues (BBC World Service). First broadcast on 31 October 1964.

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