ALBUMS 1965 : THE ROLLING STONES NO. 2 - THE ROLLING STONES NOW - OUT OF OUR HEADS - DECEMBER'S CHILDREN -





















































































































THE ROLLING STONES NO. 2




Released 15 January 1965 – Recorded 10 June, 8 November 1964 – Label Decca – Producer Andrew
Rolling stones nr.2
The Rolling Stones No. 2 is the second UK album by The Rolling Stones released in 1965 following the massive success of 1964's debut The Rolling Stones. Not surprisingly, The Rolling Stones No. 2 followed its predecessor's tendency to largely feature R&B covers. However, it does contain three compositions from the still-developing Mick Jagger/Keith Richards songwriting team.

Side 1
"Everybody Needs Somebody to Love" (Solomon Burke/Jerry Wexler/Bert Russell) – 5:03
'Available on More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies). 'The version of this song on The Rolling Stones, Now! is two minutes shorter
"Down Home Girl" (Jerry Leiber/Arthur Butler) – 4:11
"You Can't Catch Me" (Chuck Berry) – 3:38
"Time Is on My Side" (Norman Meade) – 2:58
Typified by its guitar, this version of the song is different from the one found on 12 X 5.
"What A Shame" (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards) – 3:03
"Grown Up Wrong" (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards) – 1:50


Side 2


"Down The Road Apiece" (Don Raye) – 2:55
"Under the Boardwalk" (Arthur Resnick/Kenny Young) – 2:46
"I Can't Be Satisfied" (McKinley Morganfield) – 3:26
"Pain In My Heart" (Naomi Neville) – 2:11
"Off The Hook" (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards) – 2:33
"Susie Q" (Eleanor Broadwater/Dale Hawkins/Stan Lewis
1965 uk top 20 albums pos. 1

THE ROLLING STONES NOW!




Recorded & mixed: January 3-4, 1964: Regent Sound Studios, London, England June 10-11, 1964: Chess Studios, Chicago, USA September 2, 1964: Regent Sound Studios, London, England November 2, 1964: RCA Studios, Los Angeles, California, USA November 8, 1964: Chess Studios, Chicago, USA Producer: Andrew Oldham Engineers: Bill Farley, Ron Malo, Dave Hassinger Released: February 1965 Original label: London Records (Polygram)Contributing
When we got into RCA in Hollywood, fuckin' huge Studio A, with Dave Hassinger engineering, we said, We can really do it here. It's all laid out. All you have to do is not let them take you over. Engineers never even used to work, man. They'd flick a few switches and that was it. TheMachinery was unsophisticated in those days, four track was the biggest there was. keith Richards


1. "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love" (Solomon Burke/Bert Russell/Jerry Wexler) – 2:58
o In error, a shorter version of this song was released on this album, contrasting with the five-minute rendition found on The Rolling Stones No. 2


2. "Down Home Girl" (Jerry Leiber/Arthur Butler) – 4:12
3. "You Can't Catch Me" (Chuck Berry) – 3:39
4. "Heart of Stone" (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards) – 2:49
5. "What A Shame" (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards) – 3:05
6. "I Need You Baby (Mona)" (Ellas McDaniel) – 3:35
o First released on the band's debut album The Rolling Stones and left off of its US release (England's Newest Hit Makers) in favor of "Not Fade Away"
7. "Down The Road Apiece" (Don Raye) – 2:55
8. "Off the Hook" (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards) – 2:34
9. "Pain In My Heart" (Naomi Neville) – 2:12
10. "Oh Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin')" (Barbara Lynn Ozen) – 2:08
11. "Little Red Rooster" (Willie Dixon) – 3:05
12. "Surprise, Surprise


· Brian Jones - Guitars, harmonica, piano, vocals
· Mick Jagger - Lead vocals, harmonica, percussion
· Keith Richards - Guitars, vocals
· Charlie Watts - Drums, percussion
· Bill Wyman - Bass guitar


Extra Musicians
Jack Nitzsche - Piano, 'Nitzsche' Phone
Ian Stewart - Piano


1965 BILLBOARD POP ALBUM POS. 5 – 1966 BILLBOARD POP ALBUM POS. 49

OUT OF OUR HEADS




Studio tracks recorded & mixed: November 2, 1964: RCA Studios, Los Angeles, USA January 11-12, 1965: De Lane Lea Studios, London, England January 17-18 1965: RCA Studios, Los Angeles, USA February 17, 1965: RCA Studios, Los Angeles, USA May 10, 1965: Chess Studios, Chicago, USA May 11-12, 1965: RCA Studios, Los Angeles, USA
Producer: Andrew Oldham Engineers: Dave Hassinger, Ron Malo, Glyn Johns Released: July 1965 Original label: London Records (Polygram)


Side 1
"She Said Yeah" (Sonny Christy/Roddy Jackson) – 1:34
"Mercy, Mercy" (Don Covay/Ronnie Miller) – 2:45
"Hitch Hike" (Marvin Gaye/William Stevenson/Clarence Paul) – 2:25
"That's How Strong My Love Is" (Roosevelt Jamison) – 2:25
"Good Times" (Sam Cooke) – 1:58
"Gotta Get Away" (Jagger/Richards) – 2:06


Side 2


"Talkin' 'Bout You" (Chuck Berry) – 2:31
"Cry To Me" (Bert Russell) – 3:09
"Oh Baby (We Got a Good Thing Goin')" (Barbara Lynn Ozen) – 2:08
"Heart of Stone" (Jagger/Richards) – 2:50
"The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man" (Nanker Phelge) – 3:07
The last Rolling Stones song to use the pseudonym of "Nanker Phelge"
"I'm Free" (Jagger/Richards) – 2:24



USA version


Side 1


"Mercy, Mercy" – 2:45
"Hitch Hike" – 2:25
"The Last Time" (Jagger/Richards) – 3:41
"That's How Strong My Love Is" – 2:25
"Good Times" – 1:58
"I'm All Right (Live)" (Ellas McDaniel) – 2:23
Recorded live in March 1965 in England and first released that June on the got LIVE if you want it! EP
Side 2


"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" (Jagger/Richards) – 3:43
"Cry to Me" – 3:09
"The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man" (Nanker Phelge) – 3:07
"Play With Fire" (Nanker Phelge) – 2:14
Released as the B-Side of "The Last Time" in the UK and US
"The Spider and the Fly" (Jagger/Richards) – 3:38
Released as the B-Side of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" in the UK
"One More Try" (Jagger/Richards) – 1:58
This track would not be released in the UK until 1971
Musicians
Brian Jones - Guitar, harmonica, organ, piano, harpsicord, vocals
Mick Jagger - Vocals, harmonica, percussion
Keith Richards - Guitar, vocals
Charlie Watts - Drums, percussion
Bill Wyman - Bass
Jack Nitzsche - Organ, piano, harpsicord, percussion
Phil Spector - Bass
Ian Stewart - Piano, organ, harpsicord


1965 UK TOP 20 ALBUM POS. 2 – 1966 UK TOP 20 ALBUM POS.9 – 1965 BILLBOARD POP ALBUM POS.1 – 1966 BILLBOARD POP ALBUM POS.16


DECEMBER'S CHILDREN


Studio tracks recorded & mixed: August 8, 1963: Decca Studios, London, England November 14, 1963: De Lane Lea Studios, London, England June 11, 1964: Chess Studios, Chicago, USA July 7-10, 1965: RCA Studios, Los Angeles, USA September 5-6, 1965: RCA Studios, Los Angeles, USA
Producer: Andrew Oldham Engineers: Dave Hassinger, Glyn Johns, Ron Malo Released: November 1965 Original label: London Records (Polygram)
Contributing musicians:We are recording in the U.S. solely because we believe we can produce our best work there and we want to give British fans the best. We can record right through from 6 o'clock at night to 6 o'clock in the morning over there without so much as a tea break, and the engineers are first class. We should be able to complete most of our recording while on tour in America and it will not be necessary to make tehese special trips often. Mick Jagger, September 1965.
All songs by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, except where noted.


Side 1
"She Said Yeah" (Sonny Christy/Roddy Jackson) – 1:34
"Talkin' about You" (Chuck Berry) – 2:31
"You Better Move On" (Arthur Alexander) – 2:39
First released in the UK in January 1964 on The Rolling Stones EP
"Look What You've Done" (McKinley Morganfield) – 2:16
"The Singer Not the Song" – 2:22
Released as the B-Side of "Get Off of My Cloud" in the UK
"Route 66" (Bobby Troup) live – 2:39
Side 2


1. "Get off of My Cloud" – 2:55
2. "I'm Free" – 2:23
o Released as the B-Side of "Get Off of My Cloud" in the US
3. "As Tears Go By" (Mick Jagger/Keith Richards/Andrew Loog Oldham) – 2:45
o Written in 1964 and first released by Marianne Faithfull
4. "Gotta Get Away" – 2:07
5. "Blue Turns to Grey" – 2:29
6. "I'm Moving On" (Hank Snow) live – 2:14


Tracks 6 and 12 recorded live in March 1965 in England and first released that June on the got LIVE if you want it! EP Before this 1965 blues-rock masterpiece, the Stones were the best of the many British bands living out their Muddy Waters dress-up fantasies. They continue giving new life to old songs, such as Arthur Alexander's soul tearjerker "You Better Move On" and the Nat King Cole standard "Route 66," but there are several exciting new developments. Keith Richards and Mick Jagger discover their songwriting talents, coming up with the enduring "Get Off My Cloud" and "As Tears Go By" as well as the underappreciated "I'm Free." And drummer Charlie Watts focuses the swing-jazz fills that have defined the Stones as much as the writing, voices, and guitars. --Steve KnopperBrian Jones - Guitar, Harmonica, Piano, Organ Mick Jagger - Vocals, Harmonica Keith Richards - Guitar, Vocals, String Arrangement Charlie Watts - Drums, Percussion Bill Wyman – Bass Jack Nitzsche - Piano, Organ, Percussion Ian Stewart - Piano, Organ, Marimba, Percussion JW Alexander - Percussion Mike Leander - String Arrangement
1965 BILLOBOARD POP ALBUM POSITION POS 8
1966 BILLOBOARD POP ALBUM POS 4







THE ROLLING STONES - PHOTOS 1965




SINGLES 1965













The last time

A : The Last Time (MJ/KR) B : Play With Fire (Nanker/Phelge)
Producer : Andrew OldhamSound Engineer : Dave Hassinger Recorded : 18.01.1965Studio : RCA Studios, Hollywood Released : 25.02.1965Decca F 12104
This was inspired by a 1955 Gospel song of the same name by The Staples Singers. Many Gospel fans felt The Stones ripped it off, since The Staples Singers never got any royalties from it. Since it is a traditional song (meaning no one owns the rights to it), many artists have recorded it, but The Stones were a very high-profile band that had success reworking songs by black artists into hits. Many people believe The Stones should have compensated The Staples Singers because it was based on their version of the song.
US CHART POS.9 – UK CHART POS. 1 ==========lyric
" Well I told you once and I told you twice But ya never listen to my advice You don't try very hard to please me With what you know it should be easy Well this could be the last time This could be the last time Maybe the last time I don't know. Oh no. Oh no Well, I'm sorry girl but I can't stay Feelin' like I do today It's too much pain and too much sorrow Guess I'll feel the same tomorrow Well this could be the last time This could be the last time Maybe the last time I don't know. Oh no. Oh no Well I told you once and I told you twice That someone will have to pay the price But here's a chance to change your mind 'Cuz I'll be gone a long, long time Well this could be the last time This could be the last time Maybe the last time I don't know. Oh no. Oh no Well, this could be the last time



1997 song called "Bittersweet Symphony" by The Verve sampled an obscure orchestral version of this. The Stones' former manager Allen Klein, who owns the publishing rights to this, received extensive royalties, as "Bittersweet Symphony" was a radio hit and even used in a Nike commercial.
This was the first song Mick Jagger and Keith Richards wrote that was an A-side single. The Stones played a lot of covers before they learned to write songs. =====
US version ==A : The Last Time (MJ/KR) B : Play With Fire (Nanker/Phelge)

Producer : Andrew Oldham,Impact SoundSound Engineer : Dave Hassinger Recorded : 18.01.1965, vocal A - 18.02.1965Studio : RCA Studios, Hollywood
Released : 13.03.1965London 45-LON 9741

(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction

A : (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (MJ/KR) B : The Spider And The Fly (Nanker/Phelge)
Producer : Andrew OldhamSound Engineer : Dave HassingerRecorded : 12.05.1965Studio : RCA Studios, Hollywood Released : 20.08.1965Decca F 12220
While in Clearwater, Florida on The Stones third US tour in 1965, Keith Richards woke up in his hotel room with the guitar riff and lyric "Can't get no satisfaction" in his head. He recorded it on a portable tape deck, went back to sleep, and brought it to the studio that week. The tape contained his guitar riff followed by the sounds of him snoring.Richards ran his guitar through a Gibson Fuzz Box to create the distortion effect. He had no intention of using the sound on the record, but Gibson had just sent him the device, and he thought the Fuzz Box would create sustained notes to help sketch out the horn section. The band thought it sounded great and wanted to use the sound because it would be very unusual for a Rock record. Richards thought it sounded gimmicky and did not like the result, but the rest of the band convinced him to ditch the horn section and use the distorted guitar sound.==========lyric
I can't get no satisfaction, I can't get no satisfaction. 'Cause I try and I try and I try and I try. I can't get no, I can't get no. When I'm drivin' in my car and that man comes on the radio and he's tellin' me more and more about some useless information supposed to fire my imagination. I can't get no, oh no no no. Hey hey hey, that's what I say. I can't get no satisfaction, I can't get no satisfaction. 'Cause I try and I try and I try and I try. I can't get no, I can't get no. When I'm watchin' my TV and that man comes on to tell me how white my shirts can be. Well he can't be a man 'cause he doesn't smoke the same cigarrettes as me. I can't get no, oh no no no. Hey hey hey, that's what I say. I can't get no satisfaction, I can't get no girl with action. 'Cause I try and I try and I try and I try. I can't get no, I can't get no. When I'm ridin' round the world and I'm doin' this and I'm signing that and I'm tryin' to make some girl who tells me baby better come back later next week 'cause you see I'm on losing streak. I can't get no, oh no no no.
Hey hey hey, that's what I say. I can't get no, I can't get no, I can't get no satisfaction, no satisfaction, no satisfaction, no satisfaction. =====



US version ==A : (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (MJ/KR) B : The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man (Nanker/Phelge)
Producer : Andrew OldhamSound Engineers : A - Dave Hassinger, B - Ron MaloRecorded :A - 12.05.65 , RCA Studios, HollywoodB - 10.05.65 , Chess Studios,Chicago Released : 6.06.1965London 45-LON 9766

Get off of my cloud

A : Get Off Of My Cloud (MJ/KR) B : The Singer Not The Song (MJ/KR)
Producer : Andrew OldhamSound Engineer : Dave Hassinger Recorded : 6.09.1965Studio : RCA Studios, Hollywood Released : 22.10.1965 Decca F 12263
Keith Richards: "Get Off My Cloud was basically a response to people knocking on our door asking us for the follow up to Satisfaction. Satisfaction was such an enormous hit worldwide. This, to us, was mind-blowing. I mean not only was it a #1 record but, boom! We thought, 'At last. We can sit back and maybe think about events.' Suddenly there's the knock at the door and of course what came out of that was Get Off Of My Cloud. Because within 3 weeks, in those days hey, they want another single. And we weren't quite ready for that. So it was our response to the knock at the door: Get off of my cloud. And I'm surprised that it did so well. I mean it has a certain charm but I really remember it as a knee-jerk reaction. And it came out better than I thought." (thanks, bertrand - Paris, France)Mick Jagger (1995): "That was Keith's melody and my lyrics. It's a stop-bugging-me, post-teenage-alienation song. The grown-up world was a very ordered society in the '60s, and I was coming out of it. America was even more ordered than anywhere else.==========lyric
I live in an apartment on the ninety-ninth floor of my block And I sit at home looking out the window Imagining the world has stopped Then in flies a guy who's all dressed up like a Union Jack And says, I've won five pounds if I have his kind of detergent pack I said, Hey! You! Get off of my cloud Hey! You! Get off of my cloud Hey! You! Get off of my cloud Don't hang around 'cause two's a crowd On my cloud, baby The telephone is ringing I say, "Hi, it's me. Who is it there on the line?" A voice says, "Hi, hello, how are you Well, I guess I'm doin' fine" He says, "It's three a.m., there's too much noise Don't you people ever wanna go to bed? Just 'cause you feel so good, do you have To drive me out of my head?" I said, Hey! You! Get off of my cloud Hey! You! Get off of my cloud
Hey! You! Get off of my cloud Don't hang around 'cause two's a crowd On my cloud baby I was sick and tired, fed up with this And decided to take a drive downtown It was so very quiet and peaceful There was nobody, not a soul around I laid myself out, I was so tired and I started to dream In the morning the parking tickets were just like A flag stuck on my window screen I said, Hey! You! Get off of my cloud Hey! You! Get off of my cloud Hey! You! Get off of my cloud Don't hang around 'cause two's a crowd On my cloud Hey! You! Get off of my cloud Hey! You! Get off of my cloud Hey! You! Get off of my cloud Don't hang around, baby, two's a crowd
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US version==A : Get Off Of My Cloud (MJ/KR) B : I'm Free (MJ/KR)
Producer : Andrew OldhamSound Engineer : Dave Hassinger Recorded : A - 5.09.1965, B - 6.09.1965Studio : RCA Studios, Hollywood
Released : 25.09.1965London 45-LON 9792

As tears go by ( US released)
A : As Tears Go By (MJ/KR/Andrew Oldham) B : Gotta Get Away (MJ/KR)
Producer : Andrew OldhamSound Engineer : A - Glyn Johns, B - Dave Hassinger Recorded : A - 26.10.65 , IBC Studios LondonB - 5 or 6 .09.65 , RCA Hollywood
Released : 18.12.1965London 45-LON 9808
This was one of the first songs written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. The Stones manager, Andrew Oldham, gave it to a singer he also managed named Marianne Faithfull, who released it in 1964. It was going to be the B-side of her first single, but the record company decided to make it the A-side and it became her first hit. The Stones recorded it a year later.==========lyric
It is the evening of the dayI sit and watch the children playSmiling faces I can see
But not for meI sit and watchAs tears go byMy riches can't buy everythingI want to hear the children singAll I hear is the soundOf rain falling on the groundI sit and watchAs tears go byIt is the evening of the dayI sit and watch the children playDoing things I used to doThey think are newI sit and watchAs tears go by



Play with Fire

THE ROLLING STONES - I GET AROUND






THE ROLLING STONES - I GET AROUND
640629A
between 29th June - 7th July 1964 : ANDREW OLDHAM ORCHESTRA. London, Regent Sound Studios and Decca Studios. Producer: Andrew Oldham. Sound engineers: Bill Farley (Regent), Gus Dudgeon (Decca). Musical Directors: Mike Leander, John Paul Jones, David Whittaker. - I Get Around (Brian Wilson) -Andrew Oldham Orchestra with MJ on vocals - I Know (Andrew Oldham or MJ/KR) -similar backing track to Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind - Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind II (MJ/KR) -Big Jim Sullivan on guitar; with additional guitar Additional musicians: Jimmy Page (gtr, bass)/John McLaughlin (gtr)/Reg Guest (p)/Joe Moretti (gtr)/Andy White (dr)

NANKER PHELGE

Nanker Phelge (aka Nanker/Phelge) was a collective pseudonym used between 1963 and 1965 for several Rolling Stones group compositions. Stones bassist Bill Wyman explained the origins of the name in his 2002 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] suggested crediting it to Nanker/Phelge. The entire band would share writing royalties. Phelge came from Edith Grove flatmate Jimmy Phelge, while a Nanker was a revolting face that band members, Brian in particular, would pull.
Thus anything credited to Nanker Phelge refers to a
Mick Jagger/Brian Jones/Keith Richards/Charlie Watts/Bill Wyman collaborative composition. The ASCAP files for the very earliest Nanker Phelge compositions also list early Rolling Stones member Ian Stewart (also known as "the sixth Stone") as a co-author covered by the pseudonym.
The name resurfaced in the late 1960s on the labels of the original vinyl pressings of
Beggars Banquet and Let It Bleed. Manufacture of both albums was credited to Nanker Phelge, which was then acknowledged as an ABKCO company. (Apparently ABKCO was now manufacturing the records which were still bearing the London and Decca labels.)
The following songs were credited to Nanker Phelge:
"
Stoned" (Oct. 1963) (ASCAP also credits Ian Stewart as co-writer)
"
Little by Little" (Feb. 1964) (credited as 'Phelge') (co-written with Phil Spector; ASCAP also credits Ian Stewart as co-writer)
"Andrew's Blues" (Feb. 1964) (unreleased)
"And Mr Spector And Mr Pitney Came Too" (Feb. 1964) (unreleased, co-written with
Phil Spector)
"
Now I've Got a Witness" (credited as 'Phelge') (Apr. 1964)
"Stewed and Keefed (Brian's Blues)" (Jun. 1964)
"
2120 South Michigan Avenue" (Aug. 1964)
"
Empty Heart" (Aug. 1964)
"
Play with Fire" (Feb. 1965)
"
The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man" (May 1965)
"
I'm All Right" (Jul. 1965) (sometimes credited to Phelge/McDaniel)
"Aftermath" (Dec. 1965) (unreleased and unavailable on
bootleg; not to be confused with the album)
"Godzi" (unreleased and unavailable on
bootleg, although the song has been registered with BMI)
"We Want The Stones" (actually this is audience cheering on the 1965
got LIVE if you want it! E.P.)