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THE ROLLING STONES “Necrophilia” (1964-1967)
March 18, 2013, 7:31 am
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THE ROLLING STONES “Necrophilia” (1964-1967): This is the never-released album from 1971 (or was it 1972), which was pressed on a few acetates. Some acetates were sold, for a lot of money, a couple of years ago, and….surfaced on bootleg CD after a while. The songs are either completely different takes (like “Have You Seen Your Mother Baby”), or different mixes than the official versions (from Metamophosis) Pay Your Dues (the alternate version of Street Fighting Man) and the speeded-up Blue Turns To Gray are really fantastic, as Metomophosis, several of the songs features Jagger, Richards and studio musicians, and not the other Stones members.
The planned follow-up to Hot Rocks was to be titled Necrophilia, and was to have the tracks selected by the unpredictable Andrew Loog Oldham. A gatefold sleeve was designed by Fabio Nicoli using photography by the Stones’ official photographer from the sixties, Gered Mankowitz.
What you will hear here is a vinyl transfer to CD of the actual unreleased album. Alternate versions from 1964 to 1967. (Grateful Breed)trax:

01 Out of Time 02 Don’t Lie to Me 03 Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby [Standing in the Shadow] 04 Think 05 Hear It [Instrumental] 06 Some Things Just Stick in Your Mind 07 Aftermath [Instrumental] 08 I’d Much Rather Be with the Boys 09 Andrew’s Blues 10 Pay Your Dues 11 Let the Good Times Roll 12 Heart of Stone 13 Each & Every Day of the Year 14 [Walkin’ Thru the] Sleepy City 15 Try a Little Harder 16 Blue Turns to Grey 17 We’re Wastin’ Time
…served by Gyro1966…


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