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View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Tattoo You on Discogs. Label: SRS Records - SRS,SRS Records - XCOC • Format: CD Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Unofficial Release • Country: Russia • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues .
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Tattoo You on Discogs. Label: Rolling Stones Records - ,Polydor - ,Universal - • Format: CD Album, Remastered, Reissue • Country: Argentina • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues /5(3).
There is very little filler on "Tattoo You." The CD starts out, fittingly enough, with "Start Me Up," an absolutely classic Stones' rocker. The guitar riff is top notch, reminiscent of the best of the group's songs. "You start me up You make a grown man cry." A real rocker/5().
CD 2: Midnight Rambler /It's Only Rock 'n' Roll /Brown Sugar /Jumpin' Jack Flash /Street Fighting Man Foret Nationale, Brussels, Belgium, May 7, Honky Tonk Women /If You Can't Rock Me-Get Off My Cloud /Hand Of Fate /Hey Negrita /Ain't Too Proud To Beg /Fool To Cry /Band Introductions /Hot.
Feb 28, · The 1st CBS/Sony CD mastering of Tattoo You (CP35) does not sound as EQ'd at lower volumes as the 35 8P Thriller CD at lower volumes, but the Virgin CD of Tattoo You remastered by Robert Ludwig sounds noticeably "truer" to the original vinyl .
Session Man, Vol. 1 gathers up some of those recordings he made as a session cat between and , along with both sides of a rare solo single he cut in , two Yardbirds tracks from BBC sessions, and the original version of "Dazed and Confused" as recorded by Jake Holmes, which had no Page involvement whatsoever.
The English rock group the Rolling Stones have released 30 studio albums, 28 live albums, 26 compilation albums, three extended play singles, and isbarseehosurderalmotarmantmicom.co early albums and singles released from to were originally on Decca Records in the United Kingdom, and on their subsidiary label London Records in the United States.. It was common practice in the music industry, .