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Confessin The Blues - The Rolling Stones - 12 X 5 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Aug 01,  · The Rolling Stones have curated a new compilation, Confessin’ the Blues, that will feature songs from blues legends like Howlin’ Wolf, Chuck Berry and Muddy Waters. The set arrives November 9th via.
  2. Five by Five is the second EP by The Rolling Stones and was released in Captured during a prolific spurt of recording activity at Chess Studios in Chicago that June, Five by Five was released that August in the UK shortly after their debut album, The Rolling Stones, had osflamesonsconlampviratolenripag.coinfo title of Five by Five is a play on words—five tracks recorded by the five members of the band.
  3. If you're new to collecting vinyl records, specially classic rock, blues, and vintage LP releases, you may want to read about the vinyl grading system before purchasing older vinyl. The system is user-friendly and easy to understand, and will help you get the vinyl you want in a condition that's satisfactory.
  4. In his book, The Rolling Stones: An Illustrated History, British rock critic Roy Carr wrote that "along with the Beatles' Long Tall Sally four-tracker, 5 X 5 is unquestionably the first and last great EP." That might have been an overstatement, but in the waning days of the EP format in the U.K. -- within three years or so, they'd start to become rare events on release schedules -- this August.
  5. Confessin' The Blues will be available as a 2CD set, 2x2 Vinyl LP sets and a 5x10' Vinyl bookpack (mimicking the original 78RPM releases). All versions include liner notes by music journalist Colin Larkin and the bookpack contains removeable art card prints by noted blues illustrator Christoph Mueller/5().
  6. "Rolling Stones Store Exclusive" The box includes 5 x 10" vinyl, period inner sleeves, 6 (as opposed to 4) x art cards, extended essay and iconic imagery of the blues legends. On sticker on shrink: Original blues masterpieces hand picked and curated in collaboration with The Rolling Stones Manufactured in /5(15).
  7. Jul 08,  · The source file of this edit is from the album "12x5" ( remastered Japanese mini lp)[uicy]. The Rolling Stones - Confessin' the Blues Album Launch Party - Duration:
  8. The album cover artwork comes courtesy of Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood who has added his own personal twist to the project by painting his interpretation of a Bluesman. Confessin’ The Blues is a real musical education from those who know the genre best, the greatest living band on the planet, The Rolling Stones/5(9).
  9. While it's not quite as raucous as their debut, 12 x 5 is still a worthy inclusion in The Rolling Stones' hefty catalog. I wouldn't recommend this as an introductory course to the Stones for a rock and roll novice - it lacks the headlining hits of later days, and you can easily find more definitive versions of "Under the Boardwalk" or "Susie Q" elsewhere.

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