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December's Children (And Everybody's) (Mono)

The Rolling Stones

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1
She Said Yeah (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
1:34
2
Talkin' 'Bout You (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:31
3
You Better Move On (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:39
4
Look What You've Done (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:15
5
The Singer Not The Song (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:22
6
Route 66 (Live/Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:40
7
Get Off Of My Cloud (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:54
8
I'm Free (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:24
9
As Tears Go By (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:46
10
Gotta Get Away (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:06
11
Blue Turns To Grey (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:28
12
I'm Moving On (Live) (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:13
Total Playing Time    28:52
The last Stones album in which cover material accounted for 50 percent of the content was thrown together from a variety of singles, British LP tracks, outtakes, and a cut from an early 1964 U.K. EP.

Haphazard assembly aside, much of the album is unquestionably classic, including the huge hit “Get Off of My Cloud” and the controversial, string-laden acoustic ballad “As Tears Go By” (a Top Ten item in America). Raiding the R&B closet for the last time, they also offered a breathless run-through of Larry Williams’ “She Said Yeah,” a sultry Chuck Berry cover (“Talkin’ About You”), and exciting live versions of “Route 66” and Hank Snow’s “I’m Moving On.”

More importantly, Jagger-Richards’ songwriting partnership had now developed to the extent that several non-A-side tracks were reasonably strong in their own right, such as “I’m Free” and “The Singer Not the Song.” And the version of “You Better Move On” (which had been featured on a British EP at the beginning of 1964) was one of their best and most tender soul covers.

This rerelease features the early mono masters. Hear the Stones as they were meant to be heard, according to Keith Richards, "with the sound all squashed into one speaker."
192 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ABKCO Music & Records Studio Masters

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