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on 11 October 2014
No issues whatsoever. :)
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on 1 August 2015
Just the best of the best
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on 17 July 2016
Great recording and price
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on 17 June 2010
Captures the spirit of the Stones at their full hedonistic best.
Raw, energetic, breathtaking.
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on 8 May 2016
came quick good product
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on 20 September 2007
this is the greatest,most complete, rock'n'roll album ever recorded.nothing compares to, or comes close to it.listen to it 4 or 5 times to get the hang of it, then you'll be hooked for ever, (that's just guessing you're a rocker....good luck.....
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on 24 February 2016
Strangely Brilliant
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on 25 June 2010
Not an album I knew that much about except the title and the story behind as told in Wyman's book "Rolling with the Stones". I "left" the Stones shortly after Brians death - to me the first "primitive" bluesy records will always stand out, their later ballads and rock-numbers did'nt touch me that much, even though I have always been a fan. But I was really pleasantly surprised by the intensity, honesty, drive, boogie- and bluesfeeling and diversity of these 2 cd's. Stuff that you can listen to again and again, and in different kind of moods. Very very good record!
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on 10 January 2016
Fine, a bit tinny
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on 2 July 2010
This is an excellent collection of early Stones blues / rock with a wide variety of songs and sounds and including what ought by now to be, but for some reason aren't so regarded as, real Stones / blues classics. It is possibly a more authentic and even pure blues sound than they produced before and have produced since. It's raw, but not rough. It's not British blues. It's American blues that just happens to have been written and performed by Brits.
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