The Rolling Stones Singles 1963-1966 7” vinyl Box Set 2022

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  1. sharedon

    sharedon Forum Zonophone Thread Starter

    https://www.udiscovermusic.com/news/rolling-stones-singles-1963-1966-box-set/


    The box set The Rolling Stones Singles 1963-1966 will be released by ABKCO Records on May 20, to mark the 60th anniversary of the peerless rock giants. The limited edition set contains reproductions of the first 18 vinyl 7” singles and EP releases by the Stones as they were originally released by Decca and London Records.

    The tracks are all remastered by 12-time Grammy-winning engineer Bob Ludwig, and come with picture sleeve art appropriate to the era, as well as a 32-page booklet with extensive liner notes by journalist Nigel Williamson. This also contains rare photos and ephemera and the release features set of five photo cards and a poster, all housed in a hard-shell box. A companion second vinyl box set in the series, The Rolling Stones Singles 1966-1971, will be released next year.
     
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  2. Avenging Robot

    Avenging Robot Senior Member

    Is it me or are we getting less and less of a heads up that a box set is on the way. 8 whole days until release...
     
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  3. Kiss73

    Kiss73 Forum Resident

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    elsewhere have noted 10th June as release date.
     
  4. Glenn Christense

    Glenn Christense Foremost Beatles expert... on my block

    Darn, I don’t need this but it looks pretty cool.

    A few years ago I would have bought this just to … look at it I guess.:D

    I just checked Amazon : $179.98, at this point anyway.
     
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  5. Carl80

    Carl80 Forum Resident

    I read somewhere it wasn’t out until October the other day, 20 May must be a mistake surely?
     
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  6. dsdu

    dsdu less serious minor pest

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    TRACKLISTING
    Singles Box Volume One: 1963 – 1966THE ROLLING STONES/7″ singles box set
      • Come On (originally released June 1963)
        1. Come On
        2. I Want To Be Loved
      • I Wanna Be Your Man (originally released November 1963)
        1. I Wanna Be Your Man
        2. Stoned
      • The Rolling Stones E.P. (originally released January 1964)
        1. Bye Bye Johnny
        2. Money
        3. You Better Move On
        4. Poison Ivy
      • Not Fade Away (originally released February 1964)
        1. Not Fade Away
        2. Little By Little
      • Tell Me (originally released June 1964)
        1. Tell Me
        2. I Just Want To Make Love To You
      • It’s All Over Now (originally released June 1964)
        1. It’s All Over Now
        2. Good Times, Bad Times
      • Five by Five E.P. (originally released August 1964)
        1. If You Need Me
        2. Empty Heart
        3. 2120 South Michigan Avenue
        4. Confessin’ The Blues
        5. Around & Around
      • Time Is On My Side (originally released September 1964)
        1. Time Is On My Side
        2. Congratulations
      • Little Red Rooster (originally released November 1964)
        1. Little Red Rooster
        2. Off The Hook
      • Heart Of Stone (originally released December 1964)
        1. Heart Of Stone
        2. What A Shame
      • The Last Time (originally released February 1965)
        1. The Last Time
        2. Play With Fire
      • Got Live If You Want It! E.P. (originally released June 1965)
        1. We Want The Stones
        2. Everybody Needs Somebody to Love
        3. Pain in My Heart
        4. Route 66
        5. I’m Moving On
        6. I’m Alright
      • (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (US version, originally released June 1965)
        1. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
        2. The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man
      • (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction) (UK version, originally released August 1965)
        1. (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
        2. The Spider and The Fly
      • Get Off Of My Cloud (US version, originally released September 1965)
        1. Get Off My Cloud
        2. I’m Free
      • Get Off Of My Cloud (UK version, originally released October 1965)
        1. Get Off My Cloud
        2. The Singer Not The Song
      • As Tears Go By (originally released December 1965)
        1. As Tears Go By
        2. Gotta Get Away (US 1965)
      • 19th Nervous Breakdown (US version, originally released February 1966)
        1. 19th Nervous Breakdown
        2. Sad Day – US B-side
     
  7. Son of Ziggy

    Son of Ziggy Forum Resident

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    How much dare I ask? Bought the cd version years ago, I have all three volumes.
     
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  8. dsdu

    dsdu less serious minor pest

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  9. Toomanydogs

    Toomanydogs Forum Resident

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    I want this
    But I don’t need it
     
  10. Glenn Christense

    Glenn Christense Foremost Beatles expert... on my block

    As Ive already posted three posts above yours :)
    …at this point Amazon is showing $ 179.98.
     
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  11. onlyconnect

    onlyconnect The prose and the passion

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    I think it is wildly overpriced; but the other key point to me is the extent to which it replicates the sound of the originals. My understanding is that some of the punch and excitement of sixties singles was injected by the mastering engineer so it not on the tape as such.

    Tim
     
  12. Glenn Christense

    Glenn Christense Foremost Beatles expert... on my block

    Can I just mention, I know this set combines UK and US releases but such was the beauty of pop music in the 60’s that from a three year period there are 18 singles and EPs included in this set.

    18 in three years.
    I guess I/we got spoiled, because a new release was always right around the corner.
     
  13. Headfone

    Headfone Nothing Tops A Martin

    I like everything about this release except the price. Ouch! I have the three CD boxes. They'll have to suffice for me in this lifetime.
     
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  14. Pianoman99

    Pianoman99 Forum Resident

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    I also have the three CD boxes, but I'm in. I'm a nerd... just love this kinda stuff. As long as I can afford it and as long as such items are being released at all, I'll enjoy...
     
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  15. dsdu

    dsdu less serious minor pest

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    Amazon UK has it for 127.03 pounds.
     
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  16. jb welda

    jb welda yellow eyed dog

    I am sure it will come down in the months ahead, but I do not like feeding the ABKCO troll under the bridge. I don't really think the price is too bad, comes in at around 10 USD per disk. Its just that it never ends from these folks and its always a rehash.

    jb
     
  17. So they couldn’t even spring for new box cover art and re-used the one they came up with in 2004?
     
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  18. Tommyboy

    Tommyboy Senior Member

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    I doubt the sound of the original 45s will be replicated. The Chess tracks most likely have been folded down from stereo by Robert Ludwig.

    Who knows, I’m just speculating.
     
  19. Avenging Robot

    Avenging Robot Senior Member

    If the Five by Five EP is no good, then it's an automatic pass for me.
     
  20. Tommyboy

    Tommyboy Senior Member

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    I wonder if it will be in stereo? Do you know what mixes were used for the CD box?
     
  21. Avenging Robot

    Avenging Robot Senior Member

    Never got the CD box but I have an old vinyl issue that is the cat's meow. I just wish it was in better condition.
     
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  22. All Down The Line

    All Down The Line Senior Member

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    Nice to look at but I won't consider buying either box as i have all of the original 7" in good condition.
     
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  23. Nike

    Nike Duke

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    Croatia
    I’m no need to 7”. Dont like 10” either. Im good with 4 lp “ live el mocombo” out today
     
  24. throwupmyhands

    throwupmyhands Active Member

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    Washington, DC
    I've been hoping that this year would mark a repressing of the 1964-1969 vinyl box, but I suppose that's not gonna happen. I don't enjoy 7", but this is a beautiful set.... Maybe it'll change my mind.
     
  25. Headfone

    Headfone Nothing Tops A Martin

    The CD Singles boxes came right on the heels of the 2002 album remasters. Volumes 1 & 2 were issued in 2004. Volume 3 was 2005. The Singles boxes credit Bob Ludwig with mastering, same as the 2002 albums. The Ludwig albums were mixtures of mono and stereo, whichever source was "better." My guess would be that the singles in the CD boxes were taken directly from the masters Ludwig had just recently done in 2002.
     
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