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The Bristols  - Little Miss Jeanny / A Rolling Stone album flac Performer: The Bristols
Title: Little Miss Jeanny / A Rolling Stone
Style: Beat, Garage Rock, Rhythm & Blues
Released: 1965
MP3 album: 1629 mb
FLAC album: 1788 mb
Rating: 4.5
Genre: Rock

The Spin Doctors didn't help matters by releasing the limp and tuneless "Cleopatra's Cat" as the first single from the second album.

In the very first issue of Rolling Stone, Jon Landau expressed his deep dissatisfaction with the new album by a young band called the Jimi Hendrix Experience. Everything else is insane and simply a matter of either you dig it or you don't. Basically I don't for several reasons.

The "Rolling Stone Album Guide" may be ok for the casual fan, but for the rest of us, this is not good enough (even though many of us will purchase it anyway or have purchased it already, like myself). 5 people found this helpful. In that respect, the RS Album Guide comes out a winner

The magazine Rolling Stone was named after this song, with a degree of separation: Ralph Gleason wrote a piece for The American Scholar about the influence of music on young people called "Like a Rolling Stone," which he titled after the song. When he founded the magazine with Jann Wenner in 1967, they decided to name it after his story. Wenner muddied the waters a bit when he wrote in the debut issue: "Muddy Waters used the name for a song he wrote. The Rolling Stones took their name from Muddy's song. The Rolling Stones recorded this for their 1995 album Stripped. Stones guitarist Keith Richards explained: "We got over the built-in reticence. If he had written 'Like a Beatles,' we probably would have done it straight away.

Papa Was Rolling Stone hits number one on the Billboard Hot 100 ( R&B), winning three Grammy Awards including The Temptations second award for Best R&B Group Vocal Performance in 1973. Papa Was a Rolling Stone by The Temptations. It was the third of September That day I’ll always remember, yes I will ‘Cause that was the day that my daddy died I never got a chance to see him Never heard nothin’ but bad things about him Momma I’m depending on you to tell me the truth Momma just hung her head and said, son.

By their fifth album, Kiss were the most popular band in America, with sold-out stadium tours and eventually their own pinball machine, makeup line and a TV movie. Built around the proto power ballad Beth, this is a ridiculously over-the-top party-rock album that just gets better with age. Listen here.


A Little Miss Jeanny
B A Rolling Stone