In Another Land. Bill Wyman. The Lantern. Jumpin' Jack Flash. Child of the Moon. Track Listing - Disc 3. Street Fighting Man. No Expectations. Surprise, Surprise. Honky Tonk Women. Memo from Turner.
Brown Sugar. Wild Horses. I Don't Know Why. Try a Little Harder. Out of Time. Try again. Accept Cookies Customise Cookies. The Rolling Stones. Amazon Price. MP3 Download, 15 Aug "Please retry". Audio CD "Please retry". Does not apply to gift orders. Listen Now.
Your Amazon Music account is currently associated with a different marketplace. Customer reviews. The Singer Not The Song. Gotta Get Away. Sad Day. Paint It, Black. Stupid Girl. Long, Long While. Mother's Little Helper. Lady Jane. Who's Driving Your Plane? Let's Spend The Night Together. Ruby Tuesday. Are there any mix differences between the vinyl release and the CD release of this set? Manos , Aug 26, The version of "Ruby Tuesday" on Forty Licks isn't the original mix.
Now I'm afraid to go ask for them back Location: NY. I have the 12"x12" box and have always found it a bit hard on the ears.
I regret not buying the SACDs when they came out. Jeff Wong , Aug 26, Also, does anyone have a comparison on how these sets line up in terms of versions with those CD single box sets? Version-wise, it seems to use all the mono mixes that the remastered set has. Last edited: Jul 19, Location: Milwaukee, WI.
Location: Collingswood, NJ. I found the original '89 box really cheap a few years ago. Sure, there are problems with the sound, but it's still one hell of a fun set. I've never listened to early Stones for the audiophile experience, anyway. Location: baltimore maryland. Hands down the set is superior in sound, and as these sound meh to begin with, you need all the help you can get.
I think their recordings get majorly better in ' I tossed the early set and don't regret it. Location: Ashtead, Surrey, UK. I have the set on vinyl and the set on CD - best combo for me.The three-disc box set Singles Collection: The London Years contains every single the Rolling Stones released during the '60s, including both the A- and B-sides. It is the first Stones compilation that tries to be comprehensive and logical -- for all their attributes, the two Hot Rocks sets and the two Big Hits collections didn't present the singles in chronological order/