JPP 7002: THE ROLLING STONES ‘Remember the kind of rock & roll that made your feet lose control?”

Rolling Stones Remember the kind of

Rolling Stones Remember the kind of 2

Side 1: Cops & Robbers (3:38) (recorded 19 March 1964 for the BBC, taken from a rebroadcast in “The Rolling Stones Story”, BBC Radio 1, April, 1973 which served as the source for many other vinyl boots from the era as well                                                                                                                       Memphis Tennessee (2:18)  (recorded for BBC’s “SATURDAY CLUB”, taken from same rebroadcast date)                                                                                                                                                    Roll Over Beethoven (2:12)  (same as above)                                                                                          Fanny Mae (2:06)  (^ recorded 20 August 1965 for the BBC, taken from a rebroadcast in “The Rolling Stones Story”, BBC Radio 21, April, 1973)                                                                                           Let It Rock (2:32)                                                                                                                                                       Love In Vain (5:52)  
Side 2: Till The Next Time (4:34)/ It’s Only Rock ‘N’ Roll (3:24)/ Ain’t Too Proud To Beg (3:45) (soundtrack for promo films shown on “Don Kirshner’s Rock Concert”, 19 October, 1974, suffering from audible hiss)                                                                                                                              All Down The Line (4:00)/ Bye Bye Johnny (2:55)

Sound quality is listed as good and satisfactory stereo in Hot Wacks.

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