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The Rolling Stones Play (With) The Beatles - Collection 1962 - 1969 Volume One: The Sixties (Recordings And Songs) - The Beatles And Brian Jones Years album flac Performer: The Rolling Stones
Title: Collection 1962 - 1969 Volume One: The Sixties (Recordings And Songs) - The Beatles And Brian Jones Years
Style: Rock & Roll
Released: 2013
MP3 album: 1889 mb
FLAC album: 1822 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Genre: Rock / Blues

It is one of the few Rolling Stones songs to feature only Brian Jones on backing vocals. In the US, the song was initially released as London 45-LON 9641 (with "Stoned" on the B side) without any success and was soon after re-released on 6 March 1964 as the B-side to "Not Fade Away". The Beatles' version was sung by Ringo Starr and appeared on the group's second UK album, With the Beatles, released 22 November 1963 and on the US release Meet the Beatles!, released on 20 January 1964. It was driven by a heavily tremoloed, open E-chord on a guitar played through a Vox AC30 amplifier.

When the Beatles came to America in 1964, the nation was gripped by a phenomenon unseen before. Unlike the Beatles, the Stones came on unsmiling and without manners - the kind of group parents had every right to feel uneasy about. Whereas Brian Epstein transformed his charges from Teddy boys to teddy bears, manager Andrew Loog Oldham encouraged the Stones’ delinquent tendencies. The Stones got a delayed start in the . They didn’t enter the fray in a major way until 1965

The Rolling Stones were Brian Jones' band. He was the blues junkie and the most versatile musician in the group. It was even his idea to name the band after a classic Muddy Waters song. And he was the one who shaped the band's early musical directions - from the gritty R&B and blues mix they played at first to the psychedelic freakouts the Stones got caught up in during the mid-'60s. Our list of the Top 10 Brian Jones Rolling Stones Songs aren't necessarily the band's greatest tracks, but the songs that Jones made great. 10. 'I Wanna Be Your Man'. The Stones' second single beat the Beatles' version of the Lennon-McCartney song by a few weeks. And it's way better, thanks to the Stones' tougher arrangement. Jones plays a blistering, and one of his best, slide guitar solos on the song and sings backup, one of the few instances where none of the other Stones helped out on backing vocals.

Just one of Paul McCartney's songs – Junk – was unreleased by The Beatles, although they returned to it during the Get Back sessions in early 1969. It eventually found a home on McCartney's first solo album. Harrison fared less well, with three of the five demos failing to be included on the White Album. A studio version of Not Guilty should have appeared on that record, although it was eventually included on Anthology 3. Circles, meanwhile, wasn't issued until Harrison's 1982 solo album Gone Troppo. Sour Milk Sea was given to Apple recording artist Jackie Lomax

Disc 2 1 Matchbox 2 The One After 909 3 Cayenne 4 Hello Little Girl 5 That's Whan Your Heartaches Begin 6 Wildcat 7 Wildcat 8 I'll Always Be In Love With You 9 Some Days 10 The One After 909 11 Hallelujah I Love Her So 12 You'll Be Mine 13 The World Is Waiting For Sunrise 14. I'll Follow The Sun 15 You Must Write Every Day 16 Medley 17 An Important Number 18 I Saw Her Standing There (Cavern Club) 19 The One After 909 (Cavern Club) 20 The One After 909 (Cavern Club) 21 Catswalk (Cavern Club) 22 Catswaslk (Cavern Club). The Rolling Stones (74). The Sensational Space Shifters (4). The Silver Wilburys (1).

I was also a great Beatles fan and they too were champions of American black music but more the pop, RnB style. I first heard Chuck Berry via these two great English bands. Mick Jagger's first words in the press on getting a stand-in gig at the Marquee Club, 1962. Parents do not like the Rolling Stones. They do not want their sons to grow up like them; they do no want their daughters to marry them. Evening Standard, 1964.

This is the last Beatles album issued Parlofone Records on vinyl. The same design was used to re-release of 20 Greatest Hits. You’ll find many Odeon-series Classical recordings with the prefix PMA. PMB’s were Odeon series records, too, but these were 10″ LP’s. PMC’s were popular records, comedy records, etc. - anything that wasn’t in the Odeon series (this included British artists). PMD’s were ten-inch versions of the kinds of records in the C series. The M in the middle represented a Long Play album. The only prefixing created specifically for the Beatles while they were together was CORE, used on John’s Live Peace in Toronto 1969 LP. It’s numbered CORE-2001; there were no other LP’s in the CORE series. If another letter was used after PMC or PCS, this usually indicates that the record was MADE by a Parlophone affiliate in another country.

Электронная книга "Here, There and Everywhere: My Life Recording the Music of the Beatles", Geoff Emerick, Howard Massey. Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте закладки и делайте заметки, скачав книгу "Here, There and Everywhere: My Life Recording the Music of the Beatles" для чтения в офлайн-режиме.

The Rolling Stones gave their first performance at the Marquee Club in London on July 12, 1962. At the time, the group consisted of Jagger, Richards, Jones, pianist Ian Stewart, drummer Mick Avory, and Dick Taylor, who had briefly returned to the fold. Jagger, along with his then-girlfriend Marianne Faithfull, went with the Beatles to meet the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi; they were also prominent in the international broadcast of the Beatles' "All You Need Is Love. Over the next few years, the Stones played concerts regularly - a highlight was a March 2016 concert in Havana, Cuba - and slowly worked on an album that was teased in September 2016, the same week their London/Decca works were released as the box set The Rolling Stones in Mono.

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LP 1 - Sixties Covers
A1 John Lennon "Your Host For The Evening"
Cover To Cover: The Rolling Stones VS The Beatles - You'll Be The Judge
Mainly Cover Versions Made Popular By The Rolling Stones In The Sixties - Played By The Beatles, Too
A2 The Rolling Stones Not Fade Away (Live) 1964
A3 Mick Jagger, Brian Jones "We Don't Compare With The Beatles" (Interview)
A4 The Beatles Not Fade Away (Session) 1969
A5 John Lennon & Yoko Ono Not Fade Away (Home Tape) 1971
A6 John Lennon, Elephants Memory Not Fade Away (Rehearsal) 1972
A7 The Rolling Stones You Better Move On (Live On BBC Radio Plus TV) 1964
A8 George Harrison, Phil Spector You Better Move On (Session) 1970
A9 Ringo Starr You Better Move On (Outtake) 1987
A10 Paul McCartney Paul On His Favorite Groups (Interview) 1964
A11 The Rolling Stones Poison Ivy (Original Mono) 1963
A12 Linda McCartney Poison Ivy (Released On "Wide Prairie") 1987
B1 The Rolling Stones Frotune Teller (Take 1) 1963
B2 Paul McCartney Fortune Teller (Live Rehearsal) 1986
B3 The Beatles Roll Over Beethoven (Live On BBC Radio) 1963
B4 The Rolling Stones Roll Over Beethoven (Live On BBC Radio) 1963
B5 The Beatles Money (That's What I Want) (Original Stereo) 1963
B6 The Rolling Stones Money (That's What I Want) (Mono) 1963
B7 The Beatles Memphis, Tennessee (Decca Session) 1962
B8 The Beatles Memphis, Tennessee (Live On BBC Radio) 1963
B9 The Rolling Stones Memphis, Tennessee (Live On BBC Radio) 1963
LP 2 - Sixties Covers
C1 The Rolling Stones Around And Around (Live On BBC Radio) 1964
C2 The Beatles Around And Around/Sweet Little Sixteen (Session) 1969
C3 The Beatles Carol (Live On BBC Radio) 1963
C4 The Rolling Stones Carol (Live On BBC Radio) 1964
C5 The Rolling Stones High Heel Sneakers (Live On BBC Radio) 1964
C6 The Beatles High Heel Sneakers #1 (Session) 1969
C7 The Beatles High Heel Sneakers #2 (Instrumental) 1969
D1 The Rolling Stones AKA Little Boy Blue* Little Queenie (Home Tape) 1961
D2 The Beatles Little Queenie (Live) 1962
D3 The Beatles Little Queenie (Session) 1969
D4 The Rolling Stones Little Queenie (Recording Session) 1969
D5 The Rolling Stones Little Queenie (Live/Apple Acetate Mix) 1969
D6 John Lennon John On Their Favourite Bands: "The Rolling Stones We Like" (Interview) 1964
First Performance Of The Song On The Radio
D7 The Rolling Stones I Wanna Be Your Man (Live On The BBC) (First Radio Version) 1964
D8 The Beatles I Wanna Be Your Man (Live On The BBC) 1964
LP 3 - The Beatles Sixties Recordings And Songs
E1 John Lennon "We Were The Kings Of The Jungle" And On Meeting The Stones (Rolling Stone Interview) 1970
The Song John And Paul Wrote For The Rolling Stones
E2 John Lennon John On "I Wanna Be Your Man" (Live On BBC Radio) 1963
E3 The Beatles I Wanna Be Your Man (Live On BBC Radio #2) 1964
E4 Paul McCartney Paul On "I Wanna Be Your Man" (Radio Show) 1995
E5 The Rolling Stones I Wanna Be Your Man (Live On BBC-TV) 1964
Mick, Keith, Bill, Ronnie And Marianne Sing Beatles Songs
E6 Mick Jagger, Bruce Springsteen, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono, Julian Lennon, Sean Lennon I Saw Her Standing There (Live) 1988
E7 Keith Richards Please Please Me (Home Rehearsal) 1994
E8 Marianne Faithfull I'm A Loser - 1965
E9 Marianne Faithfull Yesterday (Co-produced By Paul McCartney) 1965
E10 Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings Taxman (Tribute To George) 2005
E11 Paul McCartney, Ron Wood, Roger Daltrey Get Back (Live) 2012
E12 John Lennon, Paul McCartney "Other People Done Our Songs" (BBC-TV) 1965
The Beatles With A Little Help From Brian, Mick And Keith
F1 John Lennon John On Brian Jones (Interview) 1970
F2 The Beatles Yellow Submarine (Original Overdubs) 1966
F3 The Beatles All You Need Is Love (TV Version) 1967
F4 The Beatles Baby, You're A Rich Man (US Mono Mix) 1967
F5 Paul McCartney Paul On "You Know My Name" And Brian Jones (Radio Show) 1995
F6 The Beatles, Brian Jones You Know My Name - 1967
F7 John Lennon, Yoko Ono, George Harrison, Brian Jones What's The New Mary Jane? (Alternate Mix) 1968
LP 4 - The Rolling Stones' Rock And Roll Circus
G1 John Lennon John On "Yer Blues" And "Mick Jagger Resurrected Bullshit" (Interview) 1970
John & Yoko Play With Keith And The Rolling Stones - John Joins The Stone's Show
G2 The Dirty Mac Circus Blues Jam (Mix #2) 1968
G3 John Lennon, Mick Jagger Mick And John's Intro/Yer Blues (A Cappella) 1968
G4 The Dirty Mac Yer Blues (Take 1/No Vocals Mix) 1968
G5 The Dirty Mac Yer Blues (Take 2/No Vocals Mix) 1968
G6 The Dirty Mac Yer Blues (Rehearsal) 1968
H1 John Lennon, Mick Jagger John And Mick's Introduction Of The Dirty Mac - 1968
H2 The Dirty Mac Yer Blues (CD Mix) 1968
H3 Yoko Ono, Ivry Gitlis, The Dirty Mac Whole Lotta Yoko (CD Mix) 1968
H4 The Dirty Mac Yer Blues (Take 2/IBC Stereo Acetate) 1968
H5 The Dirty Mac Yer Blues (Take 2/IBC Mono Acetate) 1968
H6 John Lennon John's Intro Of The Rolling Stones (Link) 1968
H7 The Rolling Stones Salt Of The Earth (CD Mix) 1968
H8 John Lennon John On The Show #1 (Talk) 1969
H9 The Beatles John On The Show #2/Satisfaction Riff (Session) 1969
LP 5 - The Rolling Stones Sixties Recordings And Songs
I1 John Lennon & Yoko Ono, Ringo Starr, Phil Spector Like A Rolling Stone (Home Session) 1971
The Rolling Stones Sing/Play This All Together With Ringo, John And Paul
I2 The Rolling Stones, Ringo Starr That Place (Outtake) 1967
I3 The Rolling Stones, John Lennon Ride On Baby (Demo) 1965
I4 The Rolling Stones, John Lennon, Paul McCartney Dandelion - 1967
I5 The Rolling Stones, John Lennon, Paul McCartney We Love You (Outtake) 1967
I6 The Rolling Stones, John Lennon, Paul McCartney We Love You (Version 1) 1967
I7 The Rolling Stones, John Lennon, Paul McCartney Sing This All Together (Outtake) 1967
I8 The Rolling Stones, John Lennon, Paul McCartney Sing This All Together (Outtake #2) 1967
The Beatles & Friends Play Sixties Rolling Stones Songs
J1 The Beatles Lady Jane (Session) 1969
J2 The Beatles Lady Jane #2 (Session) 1969
J3 Julian Lennon Ruby Tuesday - 1988
J4 Patrick Jude, Lori Burton, John Lennon Let's Spend The Night Together - 1975
J5 Paul McCartney "F*** Satisfaction" - 1999
J6 Mick Jagger, Bruce Springsteen, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono, Julian Lennon, Sean Lennon Satisfaction (Live) 1988
J7 Ringo Starr, Bill Wyman, Dave Mason Jumping Jack Flash (Live) 1979
J8 Leon Russell Jumping Jack Flash (Live) (Edited) 1971
J9 Robbie McIntosh Honky Tonk Women (Live Rehearsal) 1993
Studio Version Of The Song
J10 The Rolling Stones I Wanna Be Your Man (Mono Single) 1963
J11 The Beatles I Wanna Be Your Man (Stereo LP) 1963
J12 Ringo Starr Ringo On The "Rivalry" (Interview) 2012
LP 6 - Sixties Recording Sessions With Friends
Paul, Brian, George, Ringo, Keith, Bill, Charlie And Mick Guest On These Sessions All Together
K1 Mike McGear, Roger McGough, Paul McCartney, Brian Jones Summer With Monica - 1968
K2 Mike McGear, Roger McGough, Paul McCartney, Brian Jones Basement Flat - 1968
K3 Billy Preston, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Keith Richards That's The Way God Planned It (Alternate Version) 1969
K4 Billy Preston, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Keith Richards That's The Way God Planned It (Parts I & II) 1969
K5 Billy Preston, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Keith Richards Do What You Want - 1969
L1 Leon Russell, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Bill Wyman Roll Away The Stone - 1969
L2 Leon Russell, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Eric Clapton, Bill Wyman Delta Lady - 1969
L3 Leon Russell, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts I Put A Spell On You - 1969
L4 Leon Russell, George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Bill Wyman Pisces Apple Lady - 1969
L5 Leon Russell, George Harrison, Bill Wyman, Eric Clapton Prince Of Peace - 1969
L6 Mick Jagger, Leon Russell, Ringo Starr, Bill Wyman (I Can't Seem To) Get A Line On You - 1969
CD 1
1-1 John Lennon "Your Host For This Evening" (Get Back Sessions 1969)
1-2 The Rolling Stones Not Fade Away (Take 1 - 1964) [CD Bonus Track]
1-3 Mick Jagger, Brian Jones "We Don't Compare With The Beatles"
1-4 The Beatles Not Fade Away (Get Back Sessions 1969)
1-5 John Lennon & Yoko Ono Not Fade Away (At The St. Regis Hotel 1971)
1-6 John Lennon, Elephants Memory Not Fade Away (Rehearsal - One To One Concert 1972)
1-7 The Rolling Stones You Better Move On (Live on BBC Radio Plus TV/Stereo Test Programme "Blues In Rhythmn" - 1964)
1-8 George Harrison, Phil Spector You Better Move On (Session 1970)
1-9 Ringo Starr You Better Move On (Outtake from Unreleased 1987 Album)
1-10 Paul McCartney Paul McCartney On His Favorite Groups (Interview USA 1964)
1-11 The Rolling Stones Poison Ivy (Original Mono - A Side Of Unreleased Second Single Cancelled In Favour Of "I Wanna Be Your Man" Recorded 1963)
1-12 Linda McCartney Poison Ivy (1987 Posthumous Album "Wide Prairie")
1-13 The Rolling Stones Fortune Teller (Take 1 - 1963)
1-14 Paul McCartney Fortune Teller (Live Warm Up During A Video Rehearsal, Cactus Club 1986)
1-15 The Beatles Roll Over Beethoven (Live On BBC Radio "Pop Goe The Beatles" - 1963)
1-16 The Rolling Stones Roll Over Beethoven (Live On BBC Radio - "Saturday Club" 1963)
1-17 The Beatles Money (Stereo - Original LP Mix - 1963)
1-18 The Rolling Stones Money (Mono - From The First EP - 1963)
1-19 The Beatles Memphis, Tennessee (Decca Records Audition Session 1962)
1-20 The Beatles Memphis, Tennessee (Live On BBC Radio "Saturday Club" - 1963)
1-21 The Rolling Stones Memphis, Tennessee (Live On BBC Radio "Saturday Club" - 1963)
1-22 The Rolling Stones Around And Around (Live on BBC Radio "Top Gear" - 1964)
1-23 The Beatles Around And Around/Sweet Little Sixteen (Get Back Sessions 1969)
1-24 The Beatles Carol (Live On BBC Radio "Pop Go The Beatles" - 1963)
1-25 The Rolling Stones Carol (Live On BBC Radio "The Joe Loss Pop Show" - 1964)
1-26 The Rolling Stones High Heal Sneakers (Live On BBC Radio 1964)
1-27 The Beatles High Heal Sneakers #1 (Get Back Sessions 1969)
1-28 The Beatles High Heal Sneakers #2 (Get Back Sessions 1969)
1-29 The Rolling Stones AKA Little Boy Blue* Little Queenie (Home Tape - 1961/62)
1-30 The Beatles Little Queenie (Live In Hamburg, Star Club 1962)
1-31 The Beatles Little Queenie (Get Back Sessions 1969)
1-32 The Rolling Stones Little Queenie (Recording Session 1969)
1-33 The Rolling Stones Little Queenie (Apple Acetate Mix - Live In New York 1969)
1-34 John Lennon "The Rolling Stones We Like" - Interview on Dutch TV 1964
1-35 The Rolling Stones I Wanna Be Your Man (Live On BBC Radio "Saturday Club" - 1964)
1-36 The Beatles I Wanna Be Your Man (Live On BBC Radio "Saturday Club" - 1964)
CD 2
2-1 John Lennon "We Were The Kings Of The Jungle" And On Meeting The Stones ("Rolling Stone" Interview - 1970)
2-2 John Lennon John On "I Wanna Be Your Man" (Live On BBC Radio - 1963)
2-3 The Beatles I Wanna Be Your Man (Live On BBC Radio #2 "Saturday Club" - 1964)
2-4 Paul McCartney Paul On Giving "I Wanna Be Your Man" To The Stones (Radio Show - 1995)
2-5 The Rolling Stones I Wanna Be Your Man (Live On BBC-TV "The Arthur Haynes Show" - 1964)
2-6 Mick Jagger, Bruce Springsteen, George Harrison And Ringo Starr I Saw Her Standing There (Live At The "Rock 'N' Roll Hall Of Fame '88" - 1988)
2-7 Keith Richards Please Please Me (Home Rehearsal For "Voodoo Lounge" - 1994)
2-8 Marianne Faithfull I'm A Loser (From The Album "Marianne Faithfull" - 1965)
2-9 Marianne Faithfull Yesterday (From The Album "Go Away From My World" - 1965)
2-10 Marianne Faithfull And Paul McCartney Yesterday (Live On BBC-TV "The Music Of Lennon And McCartney" - 1965) [CD Bonus Track]
2-11 Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings Taxman (Tribute To George - 2005)
2-12 The Beatles And Your Bird Can Sing (Take 10/Remix - 1966) [CD Bonus Track]
2-13 Ronnie Wood*, Noel Gallagher And Unknown Artist All You Need Is Love (BBC-TV Tribute To John "Shine On" - 2000) [CD Bonus Track]
2-14 Paul McCartney, Ronnie Wood* And Roger Daltrey Get Back (Live In London - 2012)
2-15 John Lennon John On Brian Jones ("Rolling Stone" Interview - 1970)
2-16 The Beatles With Brian Jones And Marianne Faithfull Yellow Submarine (Original Overdubs - 1966)
2-17 The Beatles With Mick Jagger And Keith Richards A Day In The Life (Outtake - 1967)
2-18 The Beatles With Mick Jagger, Keith Richards And Marianne Faithfull All You Need Is Love (From "Our World" TV Show - 1967)
2-19 The Beatles With Mick Jagger Baby, You're A Rich Man (US Mono Mix - 1967)
2-20 Paul McCartney Paul On "You Know My Name" And Brian Jones ("Oobu Joobu" Radio Show - 1995)
2-21 The Beatles With Brian Jones You Know My Name (Single Mono Mix - 1970)
2-22 The Beatles AKA John Lennon, Yoko Ono, George Harrison And Brian Jones What's The New Mary Jane? (Alternate Mix - 1968)
2-23 Billy Preston With George Harrison, Ringo Starr And Keith Richards That's The Way God Planned It (Alternate Version - 1969)
2-24 Billy Preston With George Harrison, Ringo Starr And Keith Richards That's The Way God Planned It (Parts 1 And 2)
2-25 Billy Preston With George Harrison, Ringo Starr And Keith Richards Do What You Want
2-26 Paul McCartney I Wanna Be Your Man (Live At A Soundcheck -1993)
2-27 John Lennon And Paul McCartney John And Paul: "Other People Done Our Songs (From The TV Show "The Music Of Lennon And McCartney" - 1965)
CD 3
3-1 John Lennon John On "Yer Blues" And: "Mick Jagger Resurrected Bullshit" ("Rolling Stone" Interview - 1970)
3-2 The Dirty Mac Circus Blues Jam (Mix #2 - 1968)
3-3 John Lennon And, Mick Jagger "What Are You Doing On The Show?"/Yer Blues (A Cappella - 1968)
3-4 The Dirty Mac Yer Blues (Take 1/Rehearsal/Warm-Up Jam - No Vocals Mix - 1968)
3-5 The Dirty Mac Yer Blues (Take 2/Rehearsal/Warm-Up Jam - No Vocals Mix - 1968)
3-6 The Dirty Mac Yer Blues(Rehearsal - 1968)
3-7 John Lennon And Mick Jagger John And Mick's Introduction Of The Dirty Mac
3-8 The Dirty Mac Yer Blues (Released CD Mix - 1968)
3-9 Yoko Ono With Irving Gitlis* On Violin And The Dirty Mac Whole Lotta Yoko (Released CD Mix - 1968)
3-10 The Dirty Mac Yer Blues (Take 2/IBC Stereo Acetate - 1968)
3-11 The Dirty Mac Yer Blues (Take 2/IBC Mono Acetate)
3-12 Yoko Ono With Irving Gitlis* On Violin And The Dirty Mac Whole Lotta Yoko (IBC Mono Acetate - 1968) [CD Bonus Track]
3-13 The Dirty Mac Yer Blues (Alternate Take/Released DVD Mix - 1968) [CD Bonus Track]
3-14 John Lennon John's Intro Of The Rolling Stones (Link - 1968)
3-15 The Rolling Stones Salt Of The Earth (Released CD Mix - 1968)
3-16 John Lennon John On The Show #1 (Session Talk - 1969)
3-17 John Lennon John On The Shiw #2/Get Back Riff - Satisfaction Riff #2 (Get Back Sessions - 1969)
3-18 John Lennon John On The Show #3 (Interview - 1969) [CD Bonus Track]
3-19 The Dirty Mac Circus Blues Jam (Complete/Mix #1 - 1968) [CD Bonus Track]
3-20 John Lennon John On Allen Klein #1 ("Rolling Stone" Interview - 1970) [CD Bonus Track]
3-21 Mike McGear And Roger McGough With Paul McCartney And Brian Jones Summer With Monika
3-22 Mike McGear And Roger McGough With Paul McCartney And Brian Jones Basement Flat
CD 4
4-1 John Lennon With Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono, Phil Spector And Various Like A Rolling Stone (Home Session - Birthday Party 1971)
4-2 The Rolling Stones With Ringo Starr That Place (Outtake - 196?)
4-3 The Rolling Stones With John Lennon Ride On Baby (Demo From "Aftermath" Sessions - 1965)
4-4 The Rolling Stones With John Lennon And Paul McCartney Dandelion
4-5 The Rolling Stones With John Lennon And Paul McCartney We Love You (Outtake - 1967)
4-6 The Rolling Stones With John Lennon And Paul McCartney We Love You (Version 1 - 1967)
4-7 The Rolling Stones With John Lennon And Paul McCartney Sing This All Together (Outtake - 1967)
4-8 The Rolling Stones With John Lennon And Paul McCartney Sing This Song Together (Outtake #2 - 1967)
4-9 Leon Russell With Mick Jagger, Bill Wyman And Ringo Starr (I Can't Seem To) Get A Line On You (Shine A Light) ("Leon Russell" Album Recording Sessions - 1969)
4-10 Ringo Starr And George Harrison Ringo And George On The Drug Busts (Interview On The Beatles Anthology - 1993/95)
4-11 The Beatles Lady Jane ("Get Back" Sessions - 1969)
4-12 The Beatles Lady Jane 2 ("Get Back" Sessions - 1969)
4-13 Mick Jagger Ruby Tuesdy (Live In Concert, Brisbane - 1988)
4-14 Julian Lennon Ruby Tuesday (From The TV Soundtrack "The Wonder Years" - 1988)
4-15 Patrick Jude And Lori Burton Let's Spend The Night Together (Released With The Book "Beatles Undercover" - 1975)
Producer – John Lennon
4-16 Ringo Starr "Long For Satisfaction" [CD Bonus Track]
4-17 Paul McCartney "F*** Satisfaction" ("Read My Lips") (Cavern Club Concert - 1999)
4-18 Mick Jagger With Bruce Springsteen, George Harrison, Ringo Starr And Yoko Ono Satisfaction (Live At The "Rock 'N' Roll Hall Of Fame '88 - 1988)
4-19 Robbie McIntosh Honky Tonk Women/"Don't Do That One" (Live Soundcheck - 1993)
4-20 Ringo Starr With Bill Wyman And Dave Mason Jumping Jack Flash (Live For The Jerry Lewis Telethon - 1979)
4-21 Leon Russell With George Harrison, Ringo Starr And Billy Preston Jumping Jack Flash (Edited - Live "The Concert For Bangla Desh" - 1971)
4-22 Leon Russell With George Harrison, Ringo Starr And Bill Wyman Roll Away The Stone (From The Album "Leon Russell" - 1969)
4-23 Leon Russell With Ringo Starr, George Harrison, Bill Wyman And Eric Clapton Delta Lady (From The Album "Leon Russell" - 1969)
4-24 Leon Russell With George Harrison, Ringo Starr, Bill Wyman And Charlie Watts I Put A Spell On You (From The Album "Leon Russell" - 1969)
4-25 Leon Russell With George Harrison, Ringo Starr And Bill Wyman Pisces Apple Lady (From The Album "Leon Russell" - 1969)
4-26 Leon Russell With George Harrison, Bill Wyman And Eric Clapton Prince Of Peace (From The Album "Leon Russell" - 1969)
4-27 The Rolling Stones I Wanna Be Your Man (Original Mono Single)
4-28 The Beatles I Wanna Be Your Man (Original Stereo LP)
4-29 Pattie Boyd Pattie Boyd On The Rivalry And Her Favourite Stone (Interview - 2008) [CD Bonus Track]
4-30 Ringo Starr Ringo On The "Rivalry": "That Was In Your Head" (TV Interview - 2012)

Notes

Attached sticker on front of box:
The Beatles Play (With) The Rolling Stones
Heavy & Coloured Virgin Vinyl
6 LP
Plus all Tracks on 4 CD
Limited And Numbered
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1 page insert:
SING THE SIXTIES ALL TOGETHER NOW
the rolling stones play (with) the beatles
collection 1962 - 1969
VOLUME ONE: the sixties (recordings and songs) - the beatles and brian jones years

'This is a new phase Beatles & Stones album! This box set contains a most complete and extensive collection of recordings featuring the bands and/or their members meeting in the studio or on stage, also covering each others songs on rare occasions. Classic covers to compare by both groups are included as well as members talking about the other group and more...'

BOOKLET INSIDE CONTAINS CD TRACK LIST INCLUDING MOST DETAILED TRACK BY TRACK INFORMATION

Copyright in this compilation LP/CD set is owned by Dee-Jay Records under exclusive licence to banana records
banana records under exclusive licence to I Still Love The Beatles Music for exclusive distribution by ***** PRODUCTION.

Box set includes a 12-page LP-sized booklet and 1-page insert. Limited to 800 pressings.