Discussion in '60's Music' started by karma, Sep 26, 2006.
dude i love this album, its a great stones release. my favorite track would probably be Route 66
Look on the album on the vinyl for the matrix information. Some copies had
a demo song and is worth over $2300. I'm not saying yours is worth that much.
Unplayed (or better yet, never opened) are the most costly.
Rolling Stones price guide, vinyl rarities, Records
Your album cover is different, and likely the more common version.
Oh, but they are. "First pressings" of these classics can be worth hundreds of $ to collectors. It all depends on what shape the jacket is in, and of couse the record itself. I have a frist pressing of the Stones album, Their Satanic Majesties Request. This was first issued with a 3D cover. I've been offered more that $300.00 for this thing. A first pressing of Tull's TAAB with the newspaper gatefold, or a first pressing of Stand Up with the pop up gatefold sells for 100s of $ are well. Check eBay.
My copy is a 1965..2nd pressing on red Decca..'Tell Me' varies i think- there is a long and short version..recently bought a used CD version from Japan..sweet!
Always liked the London versions..with the ' fold over' on the album sleeve.
Many years ago i heard a Radio jingle by the Stones to 'Congratulations'...the Stones Kelloggs Cereal advert is hilarious
Great B-side from the Richmond times..
Stoned- a Nanker & Phelge composition.
( Nanker being the face Brian pulled and Jimmy Phelge lived in the same house on Edith Grove.)
Brian Jones always had that mad guy look when he was n the stones.
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