The Rolling Stones will release a new best-of compilation LP, Honk, on April 19th via Polydor/Interscope. Both versions boast eight top 10 singles ( Brown Sugar, Tumbling Dice, Angie, It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It), Fool to Cry, Miss You, Emotional Rescue and Start Me Up ), along with classic album cuts (1971’s Bitch, 1973’s Dancing With Mr. D ) and material from the band’s most recent studio record, 2016’s. The band is currently recording material for their next studio album. The Rolling Stones – Honk Deluxe 3-CD Track Listing. Disc One. 1. Start Me Up 2. Brown Sugar 3. Rocks Off 4. Miss You 5. Tumbling Dice 6. Just Your Fool 7. Wild Horses 8. Fool To Cry 9. Angie 10. Beast Of Burden 11. Hot Stuff 12.
Key Track: "Sweet Virginia," which starts off like a goof but turns surprisingly soulful. Best Mick Moment: His screed on "Rocks Off": "I'm zipping through the days at lightning speed/Plug in flush out and fight and fuck and feed. Their great R&B album – by now the Stones could write their own classics as well as pick them. Mick struts through the grooves with a sullen edge of seduction, his voice dripping with sex, while Keith and Brian keep hitting new twin-guitar highs. Key Track: "Satisfaction" – if they quit the day after they cut this, they'd still be legends.
1964 - England& Newest Hit Makers. 1964 - Rolling Stones. 1965 - December& Children. 1965 - Now! 1965 - Out of Our Heads. 1965 - The Rolling Stones 2. 1966 - Aftermath. 1966 - Aftermath (US). 1967 - Between the Buttons. 1967 - Their Satanic Majesties Request. 1968 - Beggars Banquet. 1968 - Jumpin& Jack Flash, Child Of The Moon. 1971 - Sticky Fingers.
December 1st sees the release of The Rolling Stones ‘On Air’, an album full of BBC recordings from the 1960’s which offers a unique insight into the formative days of the band. This is the Stones where it all started, playing the music they loved so much – Blues, R&B and even Country. Every track has been revolutionary restored via ‘Audio Source Separation’ and you will be able to hear the remarkable difference this makes to each song
The album is considered an artistic breakthrough for the band, as it is the first Stones album to consist entirely of Mick Jagger/Keith Richards compositions. Aftermath is one of the final albums to benefit from the unique instrumental forays provided by Brian Jones. He played a variety of instruments not usually associated with their music, including sitar, Appalachian dulcimer, marimbas, and Japanese koto, as well as guitar, harmonica and keyboards, though much of the music is still rooted in Chicago electric blues. It was the first Rolling Stones album to be recorded entirely in the US,.