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jeudi 9 janvier 2014

THE ROLLING STONES THE ROLLING STONES NOW!

LONDON RECORDS 1965                                              PS420 

The Rolling Stones, Now! is the third American studio album 
by the Rolling Stones, in 1965 by their initial American 
distributor, London Records.


credits:

Mick Jagger – lead vocals, harmonica, tambourine, percussion
Keith Richards – electric guitar, backing vocals
Brian Jones – electric and slide guitars, harmonica, backing vocals
Charlie Watts – drums, percussion
Bill Wyman – bass guitar, backing vocals
Additional personnel
Jack Nitzsche – piano, sound effects ('Nitzsche' phone), tambourine
Ian Stewart – piano

Recorded at: Chess records Chicago, RCA Hollywood 
and Regent Sound London;
Producer – Andrew Loog Oldham

tracks list:

A1 Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
Piano – Ian Stewart
Written-By – Russell*, Wexler*, Burke*
2:57
A2 Down Home Girl
Piano – Jack Nitzsche
Written-By – Butler*, Leiber*
4:15
A3 You Can't Catch Me
Written-By – Berry*
4:30
A4 Heart Of Stone
Written-By – Jagger; Richards*
2:49
A5 What A Shame
Piano – Ian Stewart
Written-By – Jagger; Richards*
2:50
A6 Mona (I Need You Baby)
Written-By – McDaniels*
3:55
B1 Down The Road Apiece
Written-By – Raye*
3:00
B2 Off The Hook
Written-By – Jagger; Richards*
2:35
B3 Pain In My Heart
Performer [Nitzsche-phone] – Jack Nitzsche
Written-By – Neville*
2:12
B4 Oh Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin')
Written-By – Ozen*
2:06
B5 Little Red Rooster
Written-By – Dixon*
3:00
B6 Surprise, Surprise
Written-By – Jagger; Richards*
2:20




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