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    The Rolling Stones - South Michigan Avenue (EP) Lyrics. [Instrumental].
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    Aug 04,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Five By Five on Discogs. Label: Decca - DFE ,Decca - DEF • Format: Vinyl 7. South Michigan Avenue Written-By – Nanker, Phelge* B1: Confessin' The Blues The Rolling Stones: Five By Five.
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    In his book, The Rolling Stones: An Illustrated History, British rock critic Roy Carr wrote that "along with the Beatles' Long Tall Sally four-tracker, 5 X 5 is unquestionably the first and last great EP." That might have been an overstatement, but in the waning days of the EP format in the U.K. -- within three years or so, they'd start to become rare events on release schedules -- this August.
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    Dec 14,  · The Rolling Stones began calling themselves the "World's Greatest Rock & Roll Band" in the Sixties, and few argued with them — even then. More than 40 years later, the band's music continues to sound vital. With literally scores of genre-setting hits under the group's belt — and fronted by two of rock's biggest archetypes — the Rolling.
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    Check out South Michigan Avenue (Long Version) by The Rolling Stones on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on patcompreatvaethempsontarotonasoce.coinfo5/5(6).
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    (The Unreleased Blues Album) The Rolling Stones "Confessin The Blues"At Chess Studios, Chicago, dubbed from the original master tapes. Tracks 1- 13, 16 are in glorious stereo tracks , are in glorious mono For more information, read the liner notes inside the booklet/5(6).
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    Gene Ammons on vinyl 45 rpm " South Michigan Avenue" is an instrumental jam released by the Rolling Stones on Five by Five, their second EP. Composition credits go to one "Nanker Phelge," which was a name the Stones used to denote that everyone in the band contributed to the writing.
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    Nanker Phelge (a.k.a. Nanker/Phelge) was a collective pseudonym used between 19for several Rolling Stones group compositions. Stones bassist Bill Wyman explained the origins of the name in his book, Rolling with the Stones. When the Stones cut "Stoned" – or "Stones", according to early misprinted pressings – as the B-side to "I Wanna Be Your Man", Brian [Jones] .
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    Rolling Stones ローリング・ストーンズ/Complete Studio Sessions 年のスタジオセッション音源を網羅。 Disc ONE LONDON, REGENT SOUND STUDIOS January 2, To Know Him Is To Love Him There Are But Five Rolling Stones LONDON, REGENT SOUND STUDIOS January 10 & February 4, Not Fade Away Jan