The Rolling Stones - Down The Road Apiece Oil Well RSC CD 040
1.Come On 2:02
2.Memphis, Tennessee 2:21
3.Roll Over Beethoven 2:18
4.Not Fade Away 2:05
5.Down The Road Apiece 2:05
6.Route 66 3:00
7.Cops And Robbers 3:55
8.You Better Move On 3:01
10.Everybody Needs Somebody To Love 3:32
11.The Last Time 3:07
12.Mercy, Mercy 2:50
13.Cry To Me 3:06
14.Fanny Mae 2:11
15.(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction 3:45
16.2120 South Michigan Avenue 3:47
17.The Spider And The Fly 3:26
18.Oh Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin') 1:53
Live in Dublin, 28 March 1965 (wrong date)
(1) Recorded in 1963 for BBC. Great live performance.
(2 & 3) Recorded live for BBC Radio „Saturday Club“, Oct. 5, 1963.
(4) Recorded live for BBC Radio in early 1964.
(5, 10, 11 & 18) Recorded live for BBC-TV „Top Of The Pops“, London, March 4, 1965.
(6, 7, 8 & 9) Live at Camden Theatre, London, March 19, 1964.
(12) Recorded live for BBC-TV „Yeah Yeah“, London, August 20, 1965.
(13, 15 & 17) Recorded live for BBC-TV „Top Of The Pops“, London, Sept. 23, 1965.
(14) Recorded live for BBC Radio „Saturday Club“, Sept. 18, 1965.
(16) Recorded live for BBC Radio in 1964.
Brian Jones (guitar, harmonica),
Mick Jagger (lead vocals),
Keith Richards (guitar, backing vocals),
Bill Wyman (bass),
Charlie Watts (drums),
and Ian Stewart (piano).
This album is a copy of Get Satisfaction ... If You Want! (TSP-CD-003) without the interviews.
Oil Well version has a fine cover, fine quality. Limited to 200 copies only. Due to its rarity and good quality, this disc is recommended.
Years before they officialy released "On air", there was this fine selection of performances for the BBC. This CD has some excellent songs. Especially four true stereo versions that were never on official records of The Rolling Stones. The stereo songs are: Route '66 - Cops And Robbers - You Better Move On - Mona. These songs were especially played for the BBC for a stereo broadcast experiment in 1964. The left channel was on TV, the right channel was on BBC radio. This way, people at home could hear the songs in stereo.
The other excellent song is "Come On", with guitar and harmonica solo. It is a much better version than the official single.Download link here