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The Rolling Stones - The Rolling Stones In Mono





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No. of Discs: 15

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Total download size: 30.6GB Total play length: 9:58:46

Cover art included, liner notes not included

In 2016, for the first time ever, all mono studio recordings released by The Rolling Stones in the 1960s are available in one unique historic collection. The collection contains a total of 186 tracks, 56 of which have never before been heard in mono since the advent of the digital age. This set includes the following albums:

The Rolling Stones (U.K., 1964)
12 X 5 (1964)
The Rolling Stones No. 2 (U.K., 1965)
The Rolling Stones Now! (1965)
Out of Our Heads (U.S., 1965)
Out of Our Heads (U.K., 1965)
December's Children (And Everybody's) (1965)
Aftermath (U.K., 1966)
Aftermath (U.S., 1966)
Between the Buttons (UK, 1967)
Flowers (1967)
Their Satanic Majesties Request (1967)
Beggar's Banquet (1968)
Let it Bleed (1969)
Stray Cats (2016)

Spanning the era between 1963 and 1969, The Rolling Stones in Mono covers the formative years of “The Greatest Rock & Roll Band in the World.”  During this era, most rock and pop recordings were originally recorded in mono, with stereo often an afterthought, dealt with only following the completion of the original (mono) version of a given track.  In short, mono reigned and this was, indeed, the case for the Rolling Stones during the period. While typical playback systems of the time were less than sophisticated, the original mono recordings, especially as heard through quality components, were of the highest audio quality and had a powerful and very direct impact. "You felt you were in the room . . . listening to exactly what went down in the studio, no frills, no nothing," Keith Richards wrote in his autobiography, Life. "Rock was a completely new musical form," Mick Jagger explained in a 1995 Rolling Stone interview. "It hadn't been around for ten years when we started doing it . . . You felt like one of the chosen few, one of the only ones in the world who would get to play with this new toy. We had evangelical fervor."  Late recording engineer Dave Hassinger explained how he mixed his ’64-’66 work for the Stones in mono, "They always played together at the same time," Hassinger said. "They would run the parts down, work out the changes here and there, nail it down, then start recording."

The Rolling Stones in Mono was mastered by acclaimed GRAMMY award winning engineer Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering.

1. Route 66
2. I Just Want To Make Love To You
3. Honest I Do
4. Mona (I Need You Baby)
5. Now I've Got A Witness
6. Little By Little
7. I'm A King Bee
8. Carol
9. Tell Me
10. Can I Get A Witness
11. You Can Make It If You Try
12. Walking The Dog
13. Around And Around
14. Confessin' The Blues
15. Empty Heart
16. Time Is On My Side
17. Good Times, Bad Times
18. It's All Over Now
19. 2120 South Michigan Avenue
20. Under The Boardwalk
21. Congratulations
22. Grown Up Wrong
23. If You Need Me
24. Susie Q
25. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
26. Down Home Girl
27. You Can't Catch Me
28. Time Is On My Side
29. What A Shame
30. Grown Up Wrong
31. Down The Road Apiece
32. Under The Boardwalk
33. I Can't Be Satisfied
34. Pain In My Heart
35. Off The Hook
36. Susie Q
37. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
38. Down Home Girl
39. You Can't Catch Me
40. Heart Of Stone
41. What A Shame
42. Mona (I Need You Baby)
43. Down The Road Apiece
44. Off The Hook
45. Pain In My Heart
46. Oh, Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin')
47. Little Red Rooster
48. Surprise, Surprise
49. Mercy Mercy
50. Hitch Hike
51. The Last Time
52. That's How Strong My Love Is
53. Good Times
54. I'm Alright
55. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
56. Cry To Me
57. The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man
58. Play With Fire
59. The Spider And The Fly
60. One More Try
61. She Said Yeah
62. Mercy Mercy
63. Hitch Hike
64. That's How Strong My Love Is
65. Good Times
66. Gotta Get Away
67. Talkin' 'Bout You
68. Cry To Me
69. Oh, Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin')
70. Heart Of Stone
71. The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man
72. I'm Free
73. She Said Yeah
74. Talkin' 'Bout You
75. You Better Move On
76. Look What You've Done
77. The Singer Not The Song
78. Route 66
79. Get Off Of My Cloud
80. I'm Free
81. As Tears Go By
82. Gotta Get Away
83. Blue Turns To Grey
84. I'm Moving On
85. Mother's Little Helper
86. Stupid Girl
87. Lady Jane
88. Under My Thumb
89. Doncha Bother Me
90. Going Home
91. Flight 505
92. High And Dry
93. Out Of Time
94. It's Not Easy
95. I Am Waiting
96. Take It Or Leave It
97. Think
98. What To Do
99. Paint It, Black
100. Stupid Girl
101. Lady Jane
102. Under My Thumb
103. Doncha Bother Me
104. Think
105. Flight 505
106. High And Dry
107. It's Not Easy
108. I Am Waiting
109. Going Home
110. Yesterday's Papers
111. My Obsession
112. Back Street Girl
113. Connection
114. She Smiled Sweetly
115. Cool, Calm & Collected
116. All Sold Out
117. Please Go Home
118. Who' s Been Sleeping Here?
119. Complicated
120. Miss Amanda Jones
121. Something Happened To Me Yesterday
122. Ruby Tuesday
123. Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow?
124. Let's Spend The Night Together
125. Lady Jane
126. Out Of Time
127. My Girl
128. Back Street Girl
129. Please Go Home
130. Mother's Little Helper
131. Take It Or Leave It
132. Ride On, Baby
133. Sittin' On A Fence
134. Sing This All Together
135. Citadel
136. In Another Land
137. 2000 Man
138. Sing This All Together (See What Happens)
139. She's A Rainbow
140. The Lantern
141. Gomper
142. 2000 Light Years From Home
143. On With The Show
144. Sympathy For The Devil
145. No Expectations
146. Dear Doctor
147. Parachute Woman
148. Jigsaw Puzzle
149. Street Fighting Man
150. Prodigal Son
151. Stray Cat Blues
152. Factory Girl
153. Salt Of The Earth
154. Gimme Shelter
155. Love In Vain
156. Country Honk
157. Live With Me
158. Let It Bleed
159. Midnight Rambler
160. You Got The Silver
161. Monkey Man
162. You Can't Always Get What You Want
163. Come On
164. I Want To Be Loved
165. I Wanna Be Your Man
166. Stoned
167. Fortune Teller
168. Poison Ivy
169. Bye Bye Johnny
170. Money
171. Poison Ivy
172. Not Fade Away
173. I've Been Loving You Too Long
174. The Under Assistant West Coast Promo Man
175. 19th Nervous Breakdown
176. Sad Day
177. Con Le Mie Lacrime (As Tears Go By)
178. Long, Long While
179. Who's Driving Your Plane?
180. We Love You
181. Dandelion
182. Child Of The Moon
183. Jumpin' Jack Flash
184. Street Fighting Man
185. Honky Tonk Women
186. You Can't Always Get What You Want

Customer Reviews (2.00 Stars) 1 person(s) rated this product.

Execution a total mess

posted on 01/30/2020
2 Stars
Reviewer: Rich McKinley
Sound is great, the mono you want, the tracklists you want. But what exactly is the point of both US and UK tracklists when all 186 tracks are thrown into one alphabetized lump, without any differentiation between the 15 individual albums they came from? Especially when there are many redundant tracks between the US and UK tracklists. With a similar (though smaller) Emmylou Harris box set, I was able to create separate folders for each individual album so I could play each album. I tried that with these Stones releases and that attempt is totally ignored and all 186 tracks remain as needles in one huge haystack. What a mess!!! If you are having some friends over to listen to the Stones, and you don't want to lose those friends, I would stick with the CDs, which actually sound pretty good too. Maybe one day I will burn the 186 FLAC tracks to individual DVDs for hi-rez play, and keep them in the stereo SACD cases. But I learned my expensive lesson. No more box set downloads for me EVER.

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