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Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out album for sale by Rolling Stones was released Aug 27, 2002 on the Abkco label. Recorded live at Madison Square Garden, New York, New York on November 27-28, 1969. Returning to the American concert scene after a three-year layoff, the Rolling Stones recorded GET YER YA-YA'S OUT! during a triumphant two-date stand at Madison Square Garden in late November 1969 that found B.B. King and Ike & Tina Turner opening for them. Having amassed an impressive recorded output during their three years away from touring, the Stones peppered their sets with hits, including "Honky Tonk Women," "Jumpin' Jack Flash," and "Street Fighting Man." Tipping their collective hats to Chuck Berry, the band also included covers of "Carol" and "Little Queenie" alongside more blues-influenced numbers such as "Stray Cat Blues" and "Love In Vain." Having been a member of John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, new guitarist Mick Taylor parlayed his experience into some impressive slide guitar work. Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out CD music contains a single disc with 10 songs. ...See Full Description
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||Excellent re-release of the best live Stones album|
I have an early pressing of the lp and the U. S 1986 CD issue of this album. To my ears the new version obliterates the previous cd and comes close to that of the lp, with no surface noise of course.
By a reviewer (Washington, DC)
||The best live album ever|
I know-there's some great live albums out there (Who's- Live at Leeds, Frampton Comes Alive, Kiss Alive, etc... ) but the Stones are at their best on this collection.
By a reviewer (Tennessee)
||The Stones really get it out!|
Crisp, clear reproduction! Possibly the best version of the stones - ever. Mick Taylor set a high standard of guitar playing that forced Keith Richards to raise his own game to compete.
By hendrik (cape town, south africa)
||hate to burst your bubbles but...|
This is one of the most heavily edited "live" lp's ever. It may well have been a studio release with some between song audience chatter.
By d.b (florida)
||Greatest R&R ever recorded! Period. ri|
Have had this album in it's various forms since it was released. NEVER get tired of listening to it... EVER! Kieth and Mick Taylor combine licks as if connected to the same brain.
By Jeff (Bridgeport, CT, USA)
||First In, Last Out|
I never really liked the Stones. For the simple reason that the Beatles were pop, the Stones were deemed the first rock band.
By S J (Woking)
||The BEST Stones live album PERIOD|
Want a Stones live CD? This is the one. I've owned it in many forms for over 25 years and never get tired of it.
By JACK SMITH (W-S, NC uSa)
Fantastic song. Had this on vinyl and strong sound for peanuts price. Yanks wouldn't know strength in depth if it jumped jacked and street fought them in the face - man.
By R Blackie (Birmingham Great Britain)
Live rock n' roll the way it should be. Like this? Get Who, Live at Leeds... Humble Pie, Rockin the Fillmore... Free, Live....
By gary (newburgh, IN)
||Best LIVE album ever???|
Yes! This is a very good live album, and now even better in the SACD format. BUT now, with the CD format, we should have got the whole concert or at least 30 minutes more of it since we all know that the concert was longer and there is a lot of empty space left on the CD....
By a reviewer (Sweden)
||incred live stones!!!!!!!|
the live ROLLING STONES---... ... well,folks,this is the DEFINING cd of rock n blues. the guitar interplay between Keith R and MICK T--is 100% on the money.
By a reviewer (worcester ma.)
||order # 11778942|
I have not received the order yet - please investigate Thank you
By hvermeulen (tokai, cape town, south africa)
||my all time favourite album|
This was the first hi fi sound I had ever heard.1977. A friend of mine had the album and I couldn't believe the sound clarity and liveness.
By bgf1960 (Bairnsdale, Southern Australia)
||Superb Album But ...|
I could not get it to play on my CD player. Weird. But the music is excellent, if you only have two Stones albums, get this and Hot Rocks.
By a reviewer (Kansas City)
||Worst sacd I have heard|
This is a waste of a SACD. The sound is weak and dissapointing. I have plenty of great SACDs but Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out is NOT one of them.
By Scott (Pompano Beach, Florida)
Of all my sacs this is the weakest. Shouldn't even be called a sacd. Don't waste your money on this sacd.
By Scott (Pompano Beach, Florida)
||Blistering Blues and Savage Rockers|
This SACD delivers the goods on the raw energy, mammoth talents and sneer and snarl of the Rolling Stones at their peak.
By Bill (Charlotte, NC, USA)
||Without a doubt, the best Stones live album.|
"Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out" was originally put out on cd in 1986. The sound on that one had horrible acoustics.
By a reviewer (Staten Island, New York, USA)
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Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||4937403|
|Release Date||Aug 27, 2002|
|Producer||The Rolling Stones; Glyn Johns; The Rolling Stones; Glyn Johns; Jody H. Klein (Reissue)|
|Engineer||Gus Skinas; Glyn Johns; Glyn Johns; Gus Skinas|
|Recording Time||43 minutes|
|Personnel||Keith Richards - guitar, background vocals|
Mick Jagger - vocals, harmonica
Charlie Watts - drums
Bill Wyman - bass
Mick Taylor - guitar
Also: Ian Stewart
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Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out CD music Remastered reissue of 1969 album, suitable for standard & 'Super Audio' CD players.
Audio Remasterers: Jon Astley; Teri Landi; Steve Rosenthal; Paschal Byrne.
The Rolling Stones: Mick Taylor (guitars); Keith Richards (acoustic guitar); Mick Jagger (harp); Bill Wyman (autoharp); Charlie Watts (drums); Brian Jones (percussion).
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Recorded at Olympic Studios, London, England.
The Rolling Stones: Keith Richards (vocals, guitar); Mick Jagger (vocals); Brian Jones (guitar); Bill Wyman (bass); Charlie Watts (drums).
|Their Satanic Majesties Request CD (1967) Top Seller
Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out songs Part druggy experiment, part musical rivalry with the Fab Four, and a total anomaly in the Rolling Stones' catalogue, THEIR SATANIC MAJESTIES REQUEST contains at least three trippy classics in "Citadel," "She's a Rainbow," and "2000 Light Years From Home." That it also contains an extensive sample of Bill Wyman snoring and an eight-minute stoned jam that begins with the timeless phrase "Where's that joint?" is a measure of SATANIC MAJESTIES' breadth of genius and folly.
There's a lot going on here--try comparing the wayward Eastern atmospheres of "Gomper" to anything on BEGGAR'S BANQUET, and marvel that you're listening to the same band. The fact that Jagger and Richards could still come up with the unimpeachably charming "She's a Rainbow"--baroque pop at its finest--and a fair stab at heavy R&B in "The Lantern," while attempting to negotiate the band's rocky passage through Flower Power is a tribute to their vision, their perseverance, and their drugs of choice.
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|12 X 5 CD (1964) Top Seller
Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out album for sale 12 X 5 includes material recorded by the Stones at Chicago's Chess Studios (home to the band's idols Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf) on their first US tour. Though this document of the group's early R&B period kicks off with a couple of covers from unsurprising sources (Chuck Berry's "Around and Around,") Mick and Keith waste little time in displaying their own compositional acumen. The acoustic-based, bluesy "Good Times, Bad Times" harkens back to even earlier, more seminal Stones influences than Berry, as does the instrumental "2120 South Michigan Avenue," where the blues-obsessed Jagger's harp is featured a la his hero Little Walter.
The downbeat, Arthur Alexanderish "Congratulations" is an effective expression of romantic melancholy, complete with acoustic guitar solo. The slide guitar chords on "Grown Up Wrong" echo another early blues influence, Elmore James. The milestones on this album are two R&B covers to which the Stones take more than a rote approach, "It's All Over Now" and the majestic "Time Is On My Side," which they make completely their own.
Remastered reissue of 1964 album, suitable for standard & 'Super Audio' CD players. Digipak. Abkco. 2002.
Includes the original release liner notes by Andrew Loog Oldham.
Audio Remasterers: Jon Astley; Bob Ludwig; Steve Rosenthal; Teri Landi; Paschal Byrne.
The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger (vocals); Keith Richards, Brian Jones (guitar); Bill Wyman (bass); Charlie Watts (drums).
|Flowers CD (1967)
Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out CD music FLOWERS is a compilation of UK tracks and singles put together by Decca Records (UK) in 1967, including tracks that appeared on the English versions of AFTERMATH and BETWEEN THE BUTTONS.
This album represents a turning point for the Stones. Though they had not yet fully integrated the baroque aspirations of pop into their music, the flower-power influence had nonetheless begun to take root. While all the earlier elements of their sound are still firmly in place, in the folky "Backstreet Girl" and the relentlessly rocking "Let's Spend The Night Together," new sounds also crop up. Cuts like the woodwind-sweetened ballad "Ruby Tuesday" and the Middle Eastern-tinged "Mother's Little Helper" set the stage for the full-blown head-trip that would unveil itself later that year on THEIR SATANIC MAJESTIES REQUEST.
Remastered reissue of 1967 album, suitable for standard & 'Super Audio' CD players.
The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger (vocals); Brian Jones, Keith Richards (guitar, background vocals); Bill Wyman (bass); Charlie Watts (drums).
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|December's Children (And Everybody's) CD (1965)
Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out buy CD music Recorded in Hollywood, California, Chicago, Illinois and London, England.
DECEMBER'S CHILDREN marked a crucial point in the Stones' development. The band was beginning to move away from its blues/R&B roots toward something more uniquely its own. Certainly those roots were far from absent in the songs composed for this album, and the Stones still cover their share of the masters here (Chuck Berry, Arthur Alexander, Hank Snow), but something new was afoot.
The aching ballad "As Tears Go By," complete with baroque orchestration, heralded a new direction in the Stones' songwriting. Similarly, the folk-rockish strains of "The Singer Not The Song" hint at previously uncharted directions. Perhaps the most crucial track here is "Get Off My Cloud, which, while it incorporates the band's rootsy influences, is possessed of a decidedly modern power that the Stones were only beginning to learn to harness. This was the beginning of a style more specific than pop, blues, or rock & roll. DECEMBER'S CHILDREN may be seen as the beginning of what can only be defined as Rolling Stones music.
Full Title - December's Children (& Everybody's). Remastered reissue of 1965 album, suitable for standard & 'Super Audio' CD players. Digipak. Abkco. 2002.
The Rolling Stones: Keith Richards, Brian Jones (guitars); Mick Jagger (harmonica); Bill Wyman (bass guitar); Charlie Watts (drums).
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