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Aftermath (UK)

The Rolling Stones

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1
Mother's Little Helper
The Rolling Stones
2:45
2
Stupid Girl
The Rolling Stones
2:56
3
Lady Jane
The Rolling Stones
3:09
4
Under My Thumb
The Rolling Stones
3:42
5
Doncha Bother Me
The Rolling Stones
2:42
6
Going Home
The Rolling Stones
11:14
7
Flight 505
The Rolling Stones
3:28
8
High And Dry
The Rolling Stones
3:08
9
Out Of Time
The Rolling Stones
5:38
10
It's Not Easy
The Rolling Stones
2:56
11
I Am Waiting
The Rolling Stones
3:12
12
Take It Or Leave It
The Rolling Stones
2:47
13
Think
The Rolling Stones
3:10
14
What To Do
The Rolling Stones
2:33
Total Playing Time    53:20
UK Albums Chart - #1, 1966
Billboard 200 - #2, 1966
Billboard Hot 100 - #8, 1966 - Mother's Little Helper

"... opt for the Brit take, which includes extras like the biting parental putdown Mother's Little Helper. A-."
- Entertainment Weekly

A milestone in the recording career of the Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards wrote every single track on Aftermath. It’s arguably the first ever rock album. The credentials? At over 11 minutes, Going Home was one of the longest songs ever on any pop album, the tracks were recorded at two three-day marathon sessions in Hollywood in December 1965 and March 1966 and its 14 songs run over 53 minutes, long by the standards of pop albums of any era. Most of all, it sounds like a rock album with a cohesion not demonstrated up to then by any other band. Among the now-classics appearing on this UK version are Mother’s Little Helper and Out Of Time, which were both dropped from the US version, plus Lady Jane and Under My Thumb. Jack Nitzsche and Ian Stewart share the keyboard duties and Brian Jones plays a variety of instruments including marimba, sitar and Appalachian dulcimer.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ABKCO Music & Records Studio Masters

This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.

Track 1 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 88.2 kHz / 24-bit

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