Category: Classic Rock

Its Only Rockn Roll - The Rolling Stones - Upside Downunder (CD)

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  1. Tracks 1 to 10 are the album "It's Only Rock 'N Roll" - released 18 October in the UK on Rolling Stones Records COC and in the USA (same date) on Rolling Stones Records COC Produced by MICK JAGGER and KEITH RICHARDS - it peaked at No. 1 in the USA and No. 2 in the UK/5().
  2. It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll (But I Like It) is the lead single of The Rolling Stones’s album, It’s Only Rock 'n Roll. It reached the top 10 in the UK and the top 20 in the US.
  3. It's Only Rock 'n Roll (not to be confused with the band's album of the same name, released on Virgin Records) is the sixth of an eight-CD bootleg series charting the bands unreleased studio outtakes. This collection of unreleased material had mostly been recorded throughout what is commonly regarded as the Rolling Stones' golden years,
  4. Ron Wood makes his first appearance with the Stones on the upbeat title cut, "It's Only Rock 'n Roll (But I Like It), a song he started writing for a solo album of his, and Mick Jagger and company helped him finish it - then it became theirs. Wood would join the Stones for good two years later. "Till The Next Goodbye" is a another winner.
  5. Although the critics tend to give this a bad rap, I always thought the Rolling Stones' album, It's Only Rock 'N Roll, was underrated. Perhaps the only popular track here is the title song and even that's debatable. But the rockers are solid and this contains two of their best ballads/5().
  6. Rock 'n' Rolling Stones is a compilation album by The Rolling Stones released in It reached #41 in the British chart. The album contains five Chuck Berry covers and also Berry-related songs like "Route 66" and "Down the Road Apiece". The album was the second "post-contract" album released by Decca following the end of their relationship with the Stones in
  7. Format: Audio CD Journalist Nick Kent once pointed out that early on the Stones were tauted as "Not just a band, but a way of life." On their '69 tour they lowered this credo to "The World's Greatest Rock and Roll Band". With this album it was diminished to "it's only rock and roll".Reviews:
  8. Album Rating: I gave this a bump to 4 today, IDK, this album has great songs, very easy to listen to, the only down points if you want to call them are Aint to proud to beg, it is a fine cover and connects to their past but they could have added another original, and Luxury which is not bad but ok, the rest of the album .

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