The Rolling Stones: Complete Recording Sessions 1962-2002

The Rolling Stones: Complete Recording Sessions 1962-2002 ❴PDF / Epub❵ ☃ The Rolling Stones: Complete Recording Sessions 1962-2002 Author Martin Elliott – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk The definitive guide to the Rolling Stones recorded works, first published in , has now been updated to take into account recent releases and include additional research information With every officia The definitive guide to the Rolling Stones: Complete Kindle Ñ Stones recorded works, first published in , has now been updated to take into account recent releases and include additional research information With every official release, bootleg, recording session, and significant live recording listed in chronological order, every song also carries a full commentary and places the recording in context with the historical period.


10 thoughts on “The Rolling Stones: Complete Recording Sessions 1962-2002

  1. Steven Peterson Steven Peterson says:

    Do you want to know the complete discography of the Rolling Stones From 1962 2012 Who played on each recording Who was the engineer What was the date The first handful of recordings were by Little Boy Blue the Blue Boys, before the full roster of the Rolling Stones came together Recording 1 Around and Around The musicians Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Bob Beckwith, Allen Etherington,and Dick Taylor Recorded in January to March of 1962 Chuck Berry s Come On was recorded by the Do you want to know the complete discography of the Rolling Stones From 1962 2012 Who played on each recording Who was the engineer What was the date The first handful of recordings were by Little Boy Blue the Blue Boys, before the full roster of the Rolling Stones came together Recording 1 Around and Around The musicians Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Bob Beckwith, Allen Etherington,and Dick Taylor Recorded in January to March of 1962 Chuck Berry s Come On was recorded by the Rolling Stones in May, 1963 Andrew Loog Oldham, for the first time, was listed as a producer The first Rolling Stones song written by members of the group was Stoned Nanker Phelge was the name of the artists standing for the group , recorded in October, 1973 The first Jagger Richards song Will You Be My lover Tonight, from November, 1963.It s kind of fun to see details of track after track recorded over the years Over 1,500 tracks are listed in this volume Yikes It surely appears that this is about as complete a resource of the Rolling Stones recordings as one is likely to find


  2. Tim Tim says:

    ROLLING STONES COMPLETE RECORDING SESSIONS 1962 2002 is a valuable reference guide for any Stones fan to possess enabling quick access to details of dates and personnel of each song recorded during this period of the band s history.Although it is an excellent reference guide, as with all books on The Rolling Stones it has certain facts and dates disputed, and I d recommend reading other books on the band s history to familiarize oneself with any controversies it contains.Recommended to all Ston ROLLING STONES COMPLETE RECORDING SESSIONS 1962 2002 is a valuable reference guide for any Stones fan to possess enabling quick access to details of dates and personnel of each song recorded during this period of the band s history.Although it is an excellent reference guide, as with all books on The Rolling Stones it has certain facts and dates disputed, and I d recommend reading other books on the band s history to familiarize oneself with any controversies it contains.Recommended to all Stones fans as it s an essential addition to the book shelf of all.4 stars


  3. Harry Burnside Harry Burnside says:

    It was an OK story but in manuscript form it was difficult for me to keep up with whoever of the multitude of charecters was speaking It looked shortish but it took me ages to complete it.I m sure it ll make a great play one day.


  4. Mick Shanahan Mick Shanahan says:

    This is the third edition of the book that I ve owned and I can t imagine acomprehensive yet readable sessionography Everything you could possibly want andwill be found here Treat yourself.


  5. Glorianne Roccanova Glorianne Roccanova says:

    ok I don t know if I like what this book did to me, or I hate it.know when I listen to the stones.I hear every instrument, listen for all the breaksand I find out that one of the best songs ever keith is not even on.


  6. Roy Roy says:

    concise record of all their studio sessions , mentioning many unreleased songs.


  7. Du Du says:

    Really text heavy review of songs and albums It would be improved by integrating the pictures with the text, but worth the quick read.


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