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Stray Cats (Mono)

The Rolling Stones

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1
Come On (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
1:48
2
I Want To Be Loved (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
1:52
3
I Wanna Be Your Man (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
1:43
4
Stoned (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:10
5
Fortune Teller (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:17
6
Poison Ivy (Version 1 / Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:34
7
Bye Bye Johnny (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:09
8
Money (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:30
9
Poison Ivy (Verison 2 / Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:06
10
Not Fade Away (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
1:48
11
I've Been Loving You Too Long (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:56
12
The Under Assistant West Coast Promo Man (Single Version / Mono)
The Rolling Stones
3:17
13
19th Nervous Breakdown (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
3:58
14
Sad Day (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
3:02
15
Con Le Mie Lacrime (As Tears Go By / Mono)
The Rolling Stones
2:49
16
Long, Long While (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
3:03
17
Who's Driving Your Plane? (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
3:17
18
We Love You (Single Version / Mono)
The Rolling Stones
4:36
19
Dandelion (Single Version / Mono)
The Rolling Stones
3:51
20
Child Of The Moon (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
3:15
21
Jumpin' Jack Flash (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
3:39
22
Street Fighting Man (Single Version / Mono)
The Rolling Stones
3:09
23
Honky Tonk Women (Mono)
The Rolling Stones
3:03
24
You Can't Always Get What You Want (Single Version / Mono)
The Rolling Stones
4:51
Total Playing Time    69:43
Stray Cats comes out of the Rolling Stones in Mono box-set. Spanning the era between 1963 and 1969, the mono collection 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.

As the name implies this album is a round up of various single versions of album tracks, b-sides and other odds and ends from 1960s Stones’ recordings. It includes two covers of The Coasters’ ‘Poison Ivy’. Barrett Strong’s 1959 hit ‘Money’, as well as ‘Fortune Teller’ – the Stones’ brisk version of a 1962 B-side by the New Orleans singer Benny Spellman. Mick sings, ‘As Tears Go By’ in Italian and there’s ‘Stoned,’ the wryly titled instrumental flip of ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’ along with the 1965 outtake of Otis Redding’s ‘I’ve Been Loving You Too Long’ (freed of the fake applause applied to disguise its studio origin when the track appeared on the 1966 LP Got Live If You Want It!); and the electric-Chicago B-side ‘Who’s Driving Your Plane.’

Stray Cats was mastered by acclaimed GRAMMY® award-winning engineer Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering.

A rare, precious and beautiful collection.
192 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ABKCO Music & Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-24 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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