TIME ISON MY SIDE (Album cover)
STICKY FINGERS - The Rolling Stones (Album cover)
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START ME UP (Album cover)
PHOTO POUR UNE POCHETTE DE 45 T. - Jerry Schatzberg
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PRIMITIVE COOL - Mick Jagger (Album cover)
ENGLAND’S NEWEST HIT MAKERS - The Rolling Stones (Album cover, 1964)
The Rolling Stones - England’s Newest Hit Makers
Released in July 1964 by London Records in North America.
Spent 12 weeks on the US chart, peaking at number 11.
Rolling Stone magazine (then entitled Rolling Stone Magazine Record Guide) reviewed the album at the time:
“This is the hardest rhythm and blues the Stones (or anyone) ever recorded. Besides “Not Fade Away”, it has another Berry marvel, “Carol”, another strong original “Tell Me”, and some first-rate Chicago blues.”
THE ROLLING STONES - The Rolling Stones (Album cover, 1964)
The Rolling Stones - The Rolling Stones
Released 17th April 1964 by Decca
Spent 51 weeks on the UK chart and reached number 1 on release.
The band on the album in 1964:
Mick: “It’s the kind of stuff we like playing . I think the real R&B fans will know what we’re doing on it, and even others should. We’ve tried to get the kind of sound we like and I think we’ve done that.”
Brian: “It’s very good, because it reflects the Stones, which is what we intended to do.”
Keith: “I really like it, you know, I think it’s good. It is something we have wanted to do, to record these numbers, and i hope we’ll be proved right. The market is wide open.”
Charlie: “I like the way it sounds. I don’t think my contribution is all that fantastic, but the LP has got our sound. When I say it is very good, I mean the way it has turned out.”
Bill: “We are very pleased with the end product.”
FIVE BY FIVE (Album cover, 1964)
The Rolling Stones - Five By Five
EP (Extended Player)
Released by Decca, August 1964
1. If You Need Me
2. Empty Heart
3. 2120 South Michigan Avenue
4. Confessin’ the Blues
4. Around and Around
Recorded at Chicago’s Chess Studios in June 1964.