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The Beatles & The Rolling Stones - The BeatleStones Album

The Beatles & The Rolling Stones - The BeatleStones Album
Title:
The BeatleStones
Performer:
The Beatles & The Rolling Stones
Style:
Interview, Pop Rock, Beat
Catalog:
NMR017-020
Country:
UK
MP3 album size:
2625 mb
FLAC album size:
1588 mb
Genre:
Label:
Nowhere Man Records

Tracklist


1Wyman - HarrisonLove Letters
2John, MickA Stroll Down Memory Lane With John & Mick (Interviews)
3George - Ringo - MickI Saw Her Standing There
4Wyman & JaggerIn Another Land (Studio Demo)
5The Rolling Stones Little Queenie
6The Rolling StonesWe Love You (John, Paul & Stones On Vocals)
Vocals – John, Paul, Stones
7The Rolling StonesThrough The Lonely Nights
Organ – LennonPiano – McCartney
8Mick JaggerPrivate Interview With Mick Jagger
9The BeatlesBaby You're A Rich Man
Backing Vocals – Jagger
10The Rolling Stones (I Can Get No) Satisfaction
11The Rolling Stones Cops And Robbers
12The Rolling Stones 2000 Light Years From Home (Instrumental Demo)
13VariousWake Up
Featuring – Richards, Starr
14The Rolling Stones Paint It Black
15VariousNew Barbarians - Buried Alive (Starr-Wood)
Featuring – Starr, Wood
16The Rolling Stones Loving, Sacred Loving
17George - MickSatisfaction
18The Rolling StonesWe Love You (Studio Demo)
Vocals – John, Paul, Stones
19Ringo StarrToo Many Cooks (Spoil The Soup)
Featuring – Lennon, Jagger
20The Dirty MacYer Blues (Early Version - No Vocals, Take 1)
21Jagger - McCartneyDancing In The Street
22Paul McCartney, Brian Jones Basement Flat
Written-By – Jones, McCartney
23The BeatlesYou Know My Name (Look Up The Number)
Alto Saxophone – Jones
24VariousHeart Of Mine
Featuring – Starr, Wood
25 70s & 80s Sessions Plus
26Harrison - WoodDing Dong Ding Dong
27The Dirty MacYer Blues Acapella (Dialogue)
28John LennonJohn Intro
29The Rolling Stones 2000 Years From Home (Single Mix)
30 Fakes - The End
31The Dirty MacYer Blues (Early Version - No Vocals, Take 2)
32The Rolling Stones Shades Of Orange (Studio Outtake, The End)
33The Rolling StonesSing This All Together (Studio Demo)
Vocals – John, Paul, Stones
34VariousDead Giveaway
Featuring – Starr, Wood
35George - Ringo - MickAll Along The Watchtower
36The Rolling Stones Ain't That Loving You Baby
37 Dirty Mac Sessions Plus
38The Rolling Stones Look What You've Done
39The Dirty MacYer Blues (Rock'n'Roll Circus Soundtrack)
40The BeatlesAll You Need Is Love (TV Broadcast)
Backing Vocals – Stones
41The BeatlesWhat's The New Mary Jane
Xylophone, Bell Tree [Handbell] – Jones
42The Dirty MacCircus Blus Jam (Rehearsal)
43Jagger - Ringo(I Can't Seem To) Get A Line On You
44VariousBrandy
Featuring – Starr, Wood
45The Rolling Stones She's A Rainbow (Studio Demo)
46The Dirty MacYer Blues (IBC Take 2, Mono Acetate)
47The Dirty MacYer Blues (Rehearsal)
48The Rolling Stones Meet Me In The Bottom
49 60's Sessions
50Wyman & RichardsIn Another Land (Studio Demo)
51The BeatlesA Day In The Life (Session Feb. 10, 1967)
Backing Vocals [In Chorus] – Stones
52The Rolling Stones We Got A Good Thing Going
53Brian Jones Studio Interview With Brian Jones
54The Dirty MacWhole Lotta Yoko (Alternate Stereo)
55The Rolling Stones Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
56Richards, HarrisonThat's The Way God Planned It
57John & MickJohn & Mick's Intro (Rock'n'Roll Circus Soundtrack)
58The Rolling StonesDandelion
59The Rolling Stones 2120 South Michigan Avenue
60VariousI Shall Be Released - The Last Waltz Suite
Featuring – Starr, Wood
61Richards - HarrisonDo What You Want
62Wood - HarrisonFar East Man
63The Rolling Stones Drift Away
64Paul McCartney, Brian Jones Summer With Monika
Written-By – Jones, McCartney
65The Rolling Stones Shades Of Orange
66The Rolling Stones The Lantern (Acoustic Studio Demo)
67The Dirty MacYer Blues (IBC Take 2, Stereo Acetate)
68Harrison - WoodKnockin' On Heavens Door
69The BeatlesI Wann Be Your Man 1963 (Interview)
70The Rolling StonesPost Bust Interview With The Stones
71The Rolling StonesSing This All Together
Vocals – John, Paul, Stones
72The Rolling Stones Citadel (Instrumental Demo)
73The Rolling Stones She's A Rainbow
74The BeatlesYellow Submarine (Alternate Version)
Backing Vocals, Percussion – Jones
75Stones With RingoThat Place
76John, Mick & YokoIs Winter Here To Stay
77The Rolling Stones The Gomper (Studio Demo)
78The Dirty MacWhole Lotta Yoko (IBC Mono Acetate)
79The Rolling Stones I Want To Be Loved (IBC Sessions)
80The Rolling StonesRide On Baby (Demo)
Organ – Lennon


Notes


" We love you Beatles , Oh yes we do " chanted and screamed the fans in 1964.

Stones fans on the other hand...who were made up of more males than females, had a different approach..."We want the Stones" was their war cry....

Strange as it may seem nearly 50 years on fans of both bands were in two completely seperate camps. If you liked the Beatles, you didn't like the Stones and vice versa.

Although there was a lot of rivalry between the bands, there was also a lot of cooperation from the early days of I Wanna Be Your Man in the 60s, John producing Too Many Cooks in the 70s , Dancing In The Street in the 80s,The Dylan anniversary concert in the 90s and finally Love Letters with Bill and Ringo in 2000.

Bearing in mind how prolific Paul is at the moment, future collaborations cannot be ruled out. The respect that they had for each other was such that they would check release dates with each other so as not to generate a clash, they never (so far as I can recall) toured at the same time either in the UK, Europe or the US.

No one will need reminding of the famous colaborations. We Love You, Baby You're A Rich Man etc but there were numerous less well known joint ventures.

The two legends, never did actually collide although they did sing together....not on CD 4 of this collection though. These are the tracks that have appeared throughout their bootleg histories none of which feature any of the Beatles or for that matter, the Stones either. Some are reasonably good "soundalikes" some blatant cash ins and others just pure...well you get the picture. They are presented here for your enjoyment, loathing or sheer bewilderment.

Gathered here are all that we can find....please feel free to add to it if you have more. As usual this is a fan created collection for fans, share it freely amongst your friends.


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