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The Rolling Stones 1964 - 1969 /Vol.1

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  • Album vinyle (22 novembre 2010)
  • Nombre de disques: 13
  • Label: Abkco
  • ASIN : B00461MY30
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Sympathy for the devil
  2. No expectations
  3. Dear doctor
  4. Parachute woman
  5. Jig-saw puzzle
  6. Street fighting man
  7. Prodigal son
  8. Stray cat blues
  9. Factory girl
  10. Salt of the earth

Disque : 2

  1. Jumpin' jack flash
  2. Mother's little helper
  3. 2000 light years from home
  4. Let's spend the night together
  5. You better move on
  6. We love you
  7. Street fighting man
  8. She's a rainbow
  9. Ruby tuesday
  10. Dandelion
  11. Sitting on a fence
  12. Honky tonk women

Disque : 3

  1. Gimme shelter
  2. Love in vain
  3. Country honk
  4. Live with me
  5. Let it bleed
  6. Midnight rambler
  7. You got the silver
  8. Monkey man
  9. You can't always get what you want

Disque : 4

  1. Out of time
  2. Don't lie to me
  3. Somethings just stick in your mind
  4. Each and every day of the year
  5. Heart of stone
  6. I'd much rather be with the boys
  7. (walkin' thru the) sleepy city
  8. We're wastin' time
  9. Try a little harder
  10. I don't know why aka don't know why I love you
  11. If you let me
  12. Jiving sister fanny
  13. Downtown suzie
  14. Family
  15. Memo from turner
  16. I'm going down

Disque : 5

  1. Bye bye johnny
  2. Money
  3. You better move on
  4. Poison ivy

Disque : 6

  1. (get your kicks on) route 66
  2. I just want to make love to you
  3. Honest I do
  4. I need you baby (mona)
  5. Now I've got a witness (like uncle phil and uncle gene)
  6. Little by little
  7. I'm a king bee
  8. Carol
  9. Tell me
  10. Can I get a witness
  11. You can make it if you try
  12. Walking the dog

Disque : 7

  1. If you need me
  2. Empty heart
  3. 2120 south michigan avenue
  4. Confessin' the blues
  5. Around and around

Disque : 8

  1. Everybody needs somebody to love
  2. Down home girl
  3. You can't catch me
  4. Time is on my side
  5. What a shame
  6. Grown up wrong
  7. Down the road apiece
  8. Under the boardwalk
  9. I can't be satisfied
  10. Pain in my heart
  11. Off the hook
  12. Susie q

Disque : 9

  1. She said yeah
  2. Mercy mercy
  3. Hitch hike
  4. That's how strong my love is
  5. Good times
  6. Gotta get away
  7. Talkin' about you
  8. Cry to me
  9. Oh baby (we got a good thing goin')
  10. Heart of stone
  11. The under assistant west coast promotion man
  12. I'm free

Disque : 10

  1. Mother's little helper
  2. Stupid girl
  3. Lady jane
  4. Under my thumb
  5. Doncha bother me
  6. Goin' home
  7. Flight 505
  8. High and dry
  9. Out of time
  10. It's not easy
  11. I am waiting
  12. Take it or leave it
  13. Think
  14. What to do

Disque : 11

  1. Have you seen your mother, baby, standing in the shadow?
  2. Paint it black
  3. It's all over now
  4. The last time
  5. Heart of stone
  6. Not fade away
  7. Come on
  8. (I can't get no) satisfaction
  9. Get off of my cloud
  10. As tears go by
  11. 19th nervous breakdown
  12. Lady jane
  13. Time is on my side
  14. Little red rooster

Disque : 12

  1. Yesterday's papers
  2. My obsession
  3. Back street girl
  4. Connection
  5. She smiled sweetly
  6. Cool, calm and collected
  7. All sold out
  8. Please go home
  9. Who's been sleeping here?
  10. Complicated
  11. Miss amanda jones
  12. Something happened to me yesterday

Disque : 13

  1. Sing this all together
  2. Citadel
  3. In another land
  4. 2000 man
  5. Sing this all together (see what happens)
  6. She's a rainbow
  7. The lantern
  8. Gomper
  9. 2000 light years from home
  10. On with the show

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L'intégrale des albums studio des Rolling Stones en coffret collector vinyle 180g remasterisé en Edition limitée. Les pochettes sont les répliques exactes des vinyles originaux. Un voucher est inclus pour télécharger les albums en MP3.

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Ce coffret est intéressant pour le prix (mes calculs: 35 % de réduction par rapport au prix unitaire) et réunit des albums très difficiles à trouver en remasterisé à l'unité. Toutefois, le packaging est de mauvaise qualité (qualité photo médiocre des couvertures et sous-pochettes, certains effets reliefs absents par rapport aux éditions originales (ex Some Girls) en plus bon nombre de cartonnage sont abîmés à l'intérieur!). C'est vraiment limite et cela concerne l'autre coffret également que je possède. Pour le son, Je dois avouer que je ne suis pas fan du travail des ingé son et de la norme DSD qui fait un son trop propre: cela manque de chaleur et le son a été trop maîtrisé sur ordi : pour tout dire c'est un son policé et pas assez live. J'ai fait un comparatif avec des pressage même français et j'avais l'impression de comparer un CD avec un vinyle. C'est dommage d'autant plus que certains remastering sur vinyles ont d'excellents résultats (par ex le coffret purple hendrix). Le coffret 1ère époque est le plus intéressant car le nettoyage sur les premiers albums mono était vraiment nécessaire et par rapport à ceux d'époques : il n'y a pas photo. Et, paradoxalement, c'est sur les albums mono que j'éprouve le plus de plaisir.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Rolling Stones DSD Vinyl Box 18 avril 2013
Par MucicCore69 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Album vinyle Achat vérifié
I've had mine for two years now and it's just a fantastic box set. The covers are fine. Yes, they're all matt finish. With the exception of Rolling Stones No.2. That one don't look that great. Bad coloring. The sound of these records is very clean and spectacular. No surface noise once cleaned. Nice analog sound throughout, even though they were mastered using DSD technology. Warm mids, punchy clear bass, clean bright trebles. All perfectly mastered from a very fresh source. While I noticed, some aren't as strong and up front as my original Decca pressings i compared them with. Aftermath, BTB, Let It Bleed, & Their Satanic Majesties Request, all sound brilliant. Beggars Banquet is the correct speed, Let It Bleed has become most every audiophile's preference. You just can't go wrong with this box set. I wish it wasn't a limited edition. I bought mine when it first came out. Wish I could have afforded another one. Well, I can say in some cases prefer my original Decca pressings, but BTB, Beggars Banquet And Their Satanic Majesties Request, all sound gorgeous, and have a really clear high quality analog sound. Grab it before it's too late. My review is at this time, the only one relevant. As I have done the AB comparason on real UK Decca pressings. I'm a audio lunatic, I own over 2,000 vinyls. Most are originals, some Hoffman masterings, some Parlophone Beatles lps etc. I would never get rid of this set. I play it quite often, and I love it. These babies have gone up since I bought mine for $230.00. Good luck.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Relish deep musicality of vinyl with best remastering yet, but gaps disappoint 7 mai 2014
Par Paul L. Christopher - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Album vinyle Achat vérifié
Arrived very securely packaged. Records, all except for one, were in MINT condition, and that one blemish is superficial and makes no difference to the sound. Full marks to the supplier ("from the Vault"). The LPs give opulent clear musical sound, 45s not so good (shallow grooves, some distortion). Major disappointment is - and this is owing to the use of the British released versions without exception - that you don't get the US released 12 X 5 LP, which here in Australia was the second RS LP to be released. instead you get two thirds of the 12 x 5 songs spread across other LPs / 45s. In consequence you miss out altogether on that lovely song "Congratulations" and three others. Nor, of course, because again the British variants have been used without exception, do you get that amazing classic "The Spider and the Fly" that went out only on the US version of "Out of our Heads". There are a few other losses from that early period prior to Aftermath, enough to have made up an entire LP. I would rather have seen those classics included than the rubbish album "Metamorphosis", which the Stones themselves never wanted released. That album is a waste of space and the few tracks on it worth issuing could have been placed on another disc along with the lost classics mentioned above.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 The Last Hurrah! 8 janvier 2011
Par Gerard Masters - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Album vinyle Achat vérifié
Well, now we've come full circle in StonesLand.
Going from the 60's and Mono/Stereo/FakeStereo/to 8 Track/To Cassette/Reel to Reel/To Cd/iPod/Downloads/Back to Vinyl Box Sets with some Mono and some Stereo.........Whew!!!
What to think of these two Box sets, especially after Christmas 2010??
I got a version of the first Box last Week From Amazon Warehouse Deals and it was a mixed bag. The Box, as they described, just had a tad blemish but when I opened it ALL of the albums jackets were damaged on top....the top spines were all 'shaved' through like the box had been put through a vibration machine and the vinyl all cut through the tops of the jackets, so back it went. But, the vinyl was beautiful and flat. I wish I could have kept it but at $228 with tax it wasn't a deal at all. But, again, the pressings themselves looked great. So with that I ordered another box, brand new this time, from an alternate Amazon site. Amazon really needs to get better on the packaging of fragile items like vinyl-there is simply no excuse in putting a 12 pound box inside a flimsy cardboard box with a couple of air pillows!! So we'll see if the other boxes come in unscathed.
Now, in tracking down another replacement for the 64-69 box I stumbled onto various Stones sites that had lots of information going back to the Mobile Fidelity Box from 1984. What I found out made it clear that this box set, apart from the 1971-2005 one, which is totally separate as far as it's not nearly as desirable as the Abkco early box to alot of us collectors, is something special due to the work Abkco did back in 2002, in going through their tape library and redoing the catalog as best as they could. I believe that a box like this will Never be released again due to the rapidly changing technology for playing music. In fact, it's pretty amazing that it came out at all in this day and age. This current Vinyl revival is not going to last forever, and once this is out of print, you could pretty much kiss it goodbye! The Major companies Hate to put this kind of work into a release and that's why there are so few of these in the history of box sets. There was the Germany issued 'The Rolling Stones Story' back in the 80's, but that was far from comprehensive as it used various album issues from Europe and included alot of the fake stereo garbage tracks. And then there was the Mobile Fidelity in the 80's which took most of it's albums from the American configurations, but as we know the original British configurations seem more satisfying. Which is exactly what this set has...the British configuration. So, except for the odd boxes issued around the world, as far as a early nearly complete box, there hasn't been many, and the fact that this set is Audiophile Quality makes it, imho, a necessity even if you own the Mobile Fidelity set. Again, I'm 52, and I seriously doubt I would see another Box set of the Decca period in my lifetime...I'm jazzed with getting this set! A bit expensive, but if you look at ebay and see what original Decca's are going for, then it truly turns into a bargin.
Rock On!! Indeed!
Gerard Masters
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 An Awesome Investment 30 novembre 2010
Par Tome Raider - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Album vinyle Achat vérifié
I just received both of the box sets today and I have to say I'm enormously relieved. The negative reviews of the packaging of these had scared me. Let's face it: this is quite a bit of money here, especially during the holidays. And, if you delay, you wonder will they still be available into the New Year? Will the price be the same? It's all kind of a gamble, isn't it?? The price could go down, but with the Stones I don't think it will go down much. (Both boxes are numbered on the bottom, but they don't indicate out of how many total printed. I presume it is a big number, but I expect the world-wide demand for these will be significant.)

First, let me comment on the packaging. I think it is pretty good. It's about as good as one can reasonably expect. At least half of these are fold-opens ("gatefolds," I believe, is the term). You get a lot of classic visuals here. The covers themselves bring back memories. The "matte" finish of the cardboard actually seems like step up to me from the shiny cheap stuff; these look just a little higher-end to me than the original releases, sans the "novelty" items like the 3-D on Satanic Majesties or the zipper on Sticky Fingers, or the cuts-outs on Some Girls. But, overall, these are nicely manufactured covers, printed on cardboard at least as thick as the original releases. Most of you reading this are serious vinyl collectors, so, like me, you will immediately get these into plastic LP cover protectors. I HIGHLY recommend this, as otherwise these covers will soon show abrasion wear if you pull them out and stuff them back in with any frequency at all. Yes, all your albums will still fit in the boxes after you put them in the covers. It is a tight fit, but they are definitely protected this way better than without the covers. By the way, Satanic Majesties is done in a nice metallic cardboard. I was really hoping for that trippy 3-D tip-on plate, but the metallic finish is a nice consolation.

The boxes are pretty heavy duty. The lids fit very tightly, but your treasure is well protected within. I see these sets as virtually the ultimate Stones collectible, and so I will probably put some kind of plastic over the boxes themselves. I want one of my daughters to have these boxes some day. Hopefully one will want the Beatles' stuff, and the other the Stones'. The classic dichotomy: Stones vs. Beatles. The choice one makes between the two almost seems to transcend the bands and relate to something deeper about a person. I know, I know: you can love both, and I do. But, for me, there will always be a slightly stronger allegiance to the Stones. We're talking almost a half century of Stones' output now (versus six or seven years for the Beatles)!!! It is almost unfathomable!!

The sound of these LPs?? Well, I've only listened to one. It sounded great, but to be honest ,I already have many of these in 180g vinyl and the one from this set I listened to sounded about the same. Perhaps a more sophisticated audiophile can tell a difference. So far, I can't. At a bare minimum I can represent with a high degree of confidence that you will not be disappointed with sound quality.

I have to confess, I bought these sets as much to review my own life as to review the Stones' legacy. As a late baby-boomer, I can remember when and where I bought most of these albums (some at the time of their release, some later). Each album brings back good memories, and I can remember well the concerts where the Stones played many of these songs. Some people contend the later albums are not "classics." It seems that it has always been that way. It takes a decade, or maybe even two, before a Stones' album sinks in, and then it finally does emerge as yet another classic.

All told, these two boxes contain a better representation of the "soundtrack of my life" than all my other hundreds of LPs and thousands of CDs. This is the core, the nucleus, the genesis.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 mixed feelings (or would it be in poor taste to say "mixed emotions"?) 9 juin 2012
Par lifelong fan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Album vinyle Achat vérifié
no, these are not the best sounding rolling stones LPS out there. those would be the original LONDON/DECCA pressings. i have most of those, and these records sound lacking in detail & dynamics in comparison. these are, however, a huge leap up from the electronically processed stereo records out there. and yes, as others have pointed out, given what the original pressings are selling for on ebay, this set is a bargain. the vinyl is nice & heavy, and very quiet. one of my biggest issues is how BAD the covers look...they are just off. they look like first generation laser photocopies! i'm not sure if the source material was just poorly scanned, or if the printing job was just botched. in any case, when held side by side to the originals, it's pretty clear the art isn't as nice. i might be alone in this, but for my part, i wish the whole set was MONO. to my ears, the mono mixes just sound better...particular for a record like BETWEEN THE BUTTONS, where the choice of panning on the stereo version just sounds like a novelty. (which it kinda was at the time). so, yeah, mixed feelings. it's great to own all of these records in one purchase, and i'm sitting here listening to them all in chronological order, remembering (yet again) what amazing records the rolling stones made. i'd say, if you don't own these records on vinyl yet, and want to get your feet wet, this is an amazing place to start.
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