Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums of All Time - Rated 357/500!
Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Songs of All Time - "Ruby Tuesday" - Rated 310/500, "Street Fighting Man" - Rated 301/500!
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In a year overshadowed by the bands publicized problems, this underrated 1967 collection is one of the Rolling Stones' most diverse and far-reaching albums.
"Manager Andrew Loog Oldham called it the "most English of Stones albums." Music-hall piano rubs up against the psychedelic soul of "Let's Spend the Night Together" and "Ruby Tuesday." And the lovely "She Smiled Sweetly" is offset by yet another great Chuck Berry rip, "Miss Amanda Jones." - www.rollingstone.com
"At a session for Between the Buttons in November 1966, Richards drew this lyrical sketch of Linda Keith, his first serious girlfriend, and turned it into an uncharacteristically wistful ballad. Brian Jones played the recorder on the track, giving the song a madrigal feel. The countermelody was played by Bill Wyman, who fingered the strings on a cello while Richards bowed them." - Rolling Stone
"The Stones' most political song came about after Jagger went to a March 1968 anti-war rally at London's U.S. embassy, with mounted police wading into a crowd of 25,000. The distorted drone was built on acoustic guitars pumped through a mono cassette recorder." - Rolling Stone
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1. Yesterday's Papers
2. My Obsession
3. Back Street Girl
5. She Smiled Sweetly
6. Cool, Calm, And Collected
7. All Sold Out
8. Please Go Home
9. Who's Been Sleeping Here?
11. Miss Amanda Jones
12. Something Happened To Me Yesterday