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Monday, 18 December 2017

Metamorphosis ( 1971-1975 Italy Stereo Blue Pale Label Boxed, Laminated Front Cover, Inner Sleeve 7-75 ) Note : If You Let Me ( Olympic Studios London 1966 Aftermath Outtake ) Family ( Olympic Studios London 1968 Beggars Banquet Outtake ) Memo from Turner ( Olympic Studios London 1968 Beggars Banquet Session, Different Take From Soundtrack Perfomance Rolling Stones Version ) I Don't Know Why ( Olympic Studios London 1968 Let It Bleed Session ) Jiving Sister Fanny ( Olympic Studios London 1969 With Mick Taylor On Lead Guitar ) I'm Going Down ( Olympic Studios London 1969 Let It Bleed Session ) Mick Jagger (Vocals) Keith Richards (Guitar) Mick Taylor (Bass) Charlie Watts (Drums) BobbyKeys (Sax) Rocky Dijon (Percussion) Source From Book Of David Dalton ( The Rolling Stones The First Twenty Years 1981) After The Release Of Hot Rock 1964-1971 In 1971, An Album Titled Necrophilia Was Compiled For Release As The Follow-up, With The Aid Of Andrew Loog Oldham, Featuring Many Previously Unreleased (Or, More Accurately, Discarded) Outtakes From The Rolling Stones' Decca-London Period. While That Project Failed To Materialise, With More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies) Being Released In Its Place, Most Of The Unreleased Songs Were Held Over For a Future Project. In 1974, To Give It An Air Of Authority, Bill Wyman Involved Himself In Compiling An Album He Entitled Black Box. However, Allen Klein Wanted More Mick Jagger-Keith Richards Songs In The Project For Monetary Reasons, And Wyman's Version Rmained Unreleased. Metamorphosis Was Issued In Its Place. Source Wiki

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