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No Stone Unturned (2013 album)

No Stone Unturned Vol. 1 & 2
Compilation album by The Rolling Stones
Released 18 June 2013
Recorded 1963–71
Genre Rock music
Language English
Label ABKCO
Producer Eric Easton, Andrew Loog Oldham and Jimmy Miller
The Rolling Stones compilations chronology
GRRR!
(2012)
No Stone Unturned
(2013)

No Stone Unturned is a two-volume compilation album by The Rolling Stones released in 2013. The album was released as part of a chronological release of the Rolling Stones entire 1960s catalogue and the two single a-sides licensed to ABKCO from the 1970s. The album contains all material released as non-album/non-EP single sides or released in the United States but that never saw release in the group's regular English discography (as well as the two 1970s singles) allowing fans to acquire all of the band's official recordings from the period without overlaps (again, aside from the two 1970s singles).

The two-volume set is only available through purchasing the entire Rolling Stones 1963-1971 set through Apple's digital media store iTunes in the United States[1] and Canada,[2] or for through iTunes' United Kingdom store the album's two volumes can be downloaded individually.[3] It is unknown if compact disc or vinyl versions of the two-"disc" compilation will ever see release, or if a similar compilation of US non-album singles and UK-only LP tracks will surface. However, 32 of its 43 tracks are duplicated on the 1989 ABKCO singles collection.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
    • Vol. 1 1.1
    • Vol. 2 1.2
  • References 2
  • Related 3

Track listing

All songs composed by Mick Jagger/Keith Richards, except where noted.

Vol. 1

  1. "Fortune Teller" (Naomi Neville)
  2. "Poison Ivy (Version 1)" (Jerry Leiber/Mike Stoller)
    • These two songs were recorded were originally recorded with the intent to be the group's second single, which was withdrawn after the pressing of only a few hundred copies.[4] They were first released in 1964 on a multi-artist compilation called Saturday Club celebrating the BBC radio show of the same name. It is unknown why they are placed at the start of this compilation rather than after the first single/b-side pairing.
  3. "Come On" (Chuck Berry)
  4. "I Want to Be Loved" (Willie Dixon)
    • The group's first single. Peaked at #21 on the UK charts.
  5. "I Wanna Be Your Man" (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
  6. "Stoned" (Nanker Phelge)
    • The group's second single. The a-side was donated to them by "rival" band the Beatles in-band songwriting duo, with the flipside being the first Stones original (credited to a six-person pseudonym, i.e. the main group plus session pianist Ian Stewart). Peaked at #12 on the UK charts.
  7. "Not Fade Away" (Charles Hardin/Norman Petty)
    • The a-side of their third UK single/first US single. Peaked at #3 on the UK charts and #48 in the US (their first chart showing in America).
  8. "It's All Over Now" (Bobby Womack/Shirley Womack)
  9. "Good Times, Bad Times"
    • Their fourth UK single/second US single. Peaked at #1 on the UK charts and #26 in America.
  10. "Time Is On My Side (Version 1)" (Norman Meade/Jimmy Norman)
  11. "Congratulations"
    • The group's second US-only single. The version of the a-side was an early recording differing from the UK album version and the version used on most compilations. Peaked at #6 on the Billboard charts.
  12. "Look What You've Done" (McKinley Morganfield)
  13. "Little Red Rooster" (Willie Dixon)
  14. "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love (Version 2)" (Solomon Burke/Bert Berns/Jerry Wexler)
    • A take of the tune that was mistakenly used for American release (on The Rolling Stones, Now!). A fuller take was used for its UK premiere on The Rolling Stones No. 2.
  15. "Surprise, Surprise"
  16. "The Last Time"
  17. "Play With Fire" (Nanker Phelge)
    • Sixth single. The group's first original to be a top 40 hit on both sides of the Atlantic. The a-side peaked at #1 on the UK charts and #9 on Billboard. The b-side peaked at #96 in America. Both appeared on the US version of the Out of Our Heads LP.
  18. "One More Try"
    • US-only track, from Out of Our Heads. First released in the UK on post-contract Decca compilation Stone Age.
  19. "My Girl" (Smokey Robinson/Ronald White)
    • Outtake from the Could You Walk on the Water? sessions (before the album became Aftermath, first released in the US on the Flowers and the UK Stone Age compilations.
  20. "I've Been Loving You Too Long" (Otis Redding/Jerry Butler)
    • Another outtake from the Could You Walk on the Water? sessions, first released with overdubbed applause (along with "Fortune Teller") on US-only live LP Got Live If You Want It!. First released in the UK on the budget compilation Gimme Shelter capitalizing on the live-footage film of the same name (with the overdubbed audience section preserved). First official release of an undubbed version.
  21. "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"
  22. "The Spider and the Fly"
    • Seventh single. The a-side was the first to peak at #1 on both US and UK charts, and has gone to be one of the group's signature songs. Both appeared on the US version of the Out of Our Heads LP. The b-side was originally credited to the group's collective pseudonym Nanker Phelge.

Vol. 2

  1. "Get Off of My Cloud"
  2. "The Singer Not the Song"
    • Eighth single. The a-side was the second consecutive US #1, third in the UK. Both appeared on the US-only LP December's Children (And Everybody's).
  3. "As Tears Go By"
    • Ninth US single. Peaked at #6 on the Billboard charts. Originally written for and recorded by Marianne Faithfull. Also appeared on the US-only December's Children album, and first premiered in the UK on Stone Age.
  4. "Blue Turns to Grey"
    • US-only track, from December's Children. Premiered in the UK on Stone Age.
  5. "19th Nervous Breakdown"
  6. "Sad Day"
    • Ninth UK single/tenth US single. Peaked at #2 in both UK and US charts. The single has the distinction of never appearing on a regular Stones album in neither US nor UK discographies. The a-side made multiple appearances on greatest hits records, and the US-only b-side premiered in the UK on the original No Stone Unturned LP in 1973, and on More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies) in the US.
  7. "Sittin' on a Fence"
  8. "Ride On, Baby"
    • Outtakes from Could You Walk on the Water?/Aftermath sessions. First released on US album Flowers. The former debuted in England on their Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2) release. The latter is previously unreleased in the UK.
  9. "Paint It, Black"
  10. "Long, Long, While"
    • Tenth UK single/eleventh US single. Third transatlantic #1 single and sixth UK #1. The a-side appeared on the US configuration of Aftermath. The b-side premiered on the original No Stone Unturned in the UK and on More Hot Rocks in the US.
  11. "Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow?"
  12. "Who's Driving Your Plane?"
    • Eleventh UK single/Thirteenth US single. Peaked at #5 on the UK charts and at #9 on the US charts. The a-side first appeared on Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) in the UK and Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2) in the US. The b-side premiered in England on the original No Stone Unturned and in the States on their 1989 Singles Collection.
  13. "Let's Spend the Night Together"
  14. "Ruby Tuesday"
    • Twelfth UK single/Fourteenth US single. The group's first double a-side. Both sides peaked at #3 in the UK. "Let's Spend the Night Together" only reached #55 in the US, but "Ruby Tuesday" was a #1 hit. Both appeared on two 1967 US LPs, Between the Buttons and Flowers. Their UK album debut was on Through the Past, Darkly.
  15. "Dandelion"
  16. "We Love You"
    • Thirteenth UK single/Fifteenth US single. Released after Jagger and Richards short drug-related imprisonment. Both sides charted internationally, peaking at #8 in the UK and #50 ("We Love You") and #14 ("Dandelion") in the US. The latter appeared on both US and UK version of Through the Past, Darkly, the former in the UK only. "We Love You" debuted in the US on More Hot Rocks.
  17. "Child of the Moon"
  18. "Jumpin' Jack Flash"
    • Fifteenth UK single/Seventeenth US single. The a-side peaked at #1 in the UK and at #3 in the US. The a-side appeared on multiple greatest hits albums. The b-side first appeared, albeit in slightly different mix, on More Hot Rocks.
  19. "Honky Tonk Women"
    • Sixteenth UK/Nineteenth US single a-side. Peaked at #1 in both UK and US charts. Has appeared on multiple greatest hits/compilation albums.
  20. "Brown Sugar"
  21. "Wild Horses"
    • The only tracks in the set to appear on a regular studio album (Sticky Fingers) on both sides of the Atlantic. The former was a US #1 and UK #2, the latter a US-only release, peaking at #28.

References

  1. ^ https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-rolling-stones-1963-1971/id659694561
  2. ^ https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/the-rolling-stones-1963-1971/id659694561
  3. ^ https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/the-rolling-stones-1963-1971/id659737588
  4. ^ Davis, Stephen. Old Gods Almost Dead. New York: Broadway Books, 2001, p. 62.

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