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Child Of The Moon - Rolling Stones* - Satanic, Majestic & Stereophonic (CD)

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8 comments on “ Child Of The Moon - Rolling Stones* - Satanic, Majestic & Stereophonic (CD)
  1. Darisar says:
    Jun 11,  · Their Satanic Majesties Request is a brilliant album. Much has been made of the ‘One Upsmenship’ between the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. I don’t think anything can be further from the truth. These facts lie in the images of the Rolling Stones on the cover of the Sgt. Pepper album and the Beatles images on the cover of Satanic Majesty/5(32).
  2. Nikozuru says:
    Their Satanic Majesties Request is a studio album by the English rock band the Rolling Stones, released in December by Decca Records in the UK and by London Records in the US. It is their sixth British and eighth American studio album, and their first to Genre: Psychedelic pop, acid rock, experimental .
  3. Mazujind says:
    Oct 03,  · The Rolling Stones Olympic Sound Studio, London, England > studio & sbd mp3 @ [ mb] sq: EX The Real Alternate Album - Their Satanic Majesties Request (Red Tongue Records / RTR) - Instrumental Outtakes & Live - Bootleg Compilation artwork included CD1 01 Sing This All Together, Take 7 02 The Latern, Take
  4. Tesho says:
    May 07,  · Category Music; Suggested by UMG The Rolling Stones - Mother's Little Helper (Official Lyric Video) Song Child Of The Moon (Mono) Artist.
  5. Zulugar says:
    Aug 10,  · On other threads, I've noticed that many people think "Child of the Moon" definitely belongs on "Their Satanic Majesties Request" as do I, for its "psychedelia". Several opposing people feel that since it came from the "Beggars Banquet" sessions, the song belongs to that album, as it has a "rootsy" sound to it as well.
  6. Malaramar says:
    May 02,  · Although the Stones' psychedelic album Their Satanic Majesties Request of late '67 has taken a bad rap, they didn't entirely abandon the trippy sound even as they put it behind them and moved into a more blues-based rock for their next single Jumpin' Jack Flash and the album Beggar's Banquet (which had Street Fighting Man on it). They might have been toughening up -- spending .
  7. Shaktigami says:
    Sep 22,  · Wow. Re-doing a wild Stones album from all those years ago? Their Satanic Majesties Request—a powerful name for a recording back then. Another major anniversary encouraged them to reproduce this in
  8. Mazull says:
    and the b-side song from the Honky Tonk Woman Single, "Child Of The Moon" (arguably the Stones last stab at psychedelia). The song "We Love You" is NOT a rip off of the Beatles "All You Need Is Love" as has been alleged in the past, and songs like "I'm Free" show the early blossoming of the aforementioned Jagger/Richards partnership/5().