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Singles 1968-1971

by The Rolling Stones

Singles 1968-1971 by The Rolling Stones

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Singles 1968-1971

by The Rolling Stones

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Label: ABKCO
"Jumpin' Jack Flash" -- along with "Louie Louie," "You Really Got Me," "Wild Thing" and "Satisfaction" -- is one of the archetypal riffs to which rock guitar can be traced back. That alone makes this collection special, but the years between 1968 and 1971 are when The Stones started playing like dudes who could wear fur vests with no shirt underneath and pull it off, which they were, and did. "Street Fighting Man" does not have any electric guitars, "Sympathy for the Devil" has probably the greatest samba rhythm ever in rock, and did we mention that "Jumpin' Jack Flash" is on here?

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"Jumpin' Jack Flash" -- along with "Louie Louie," "You Really Got Me," "Wild Thing" and "Satisfaction" -- is one of the archetypal riffs to which rock guitar can be traced back. That alone makes this collection special, but the years between 1968 and 1971 are when The Stones started playing like dudes who could wear fur vests with no shirt underneath and pull it off, which they were, and did. "Street Fighting Man" does not have any electric guitars, "Sympathy for the Devil" has probably the greatest samba rhythm ever in rock, and did we mention that "Jumpin' Jack Flash" is on here?

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About This Album

"Jumpin' Jack Flash" -- along with "Louie Louie," "You Really Got Me," "Wild Thing" and "Satisfaction" -- is one of the archetypal riffs to which rock guitar can be traced back. That alone makes this collection special, but the years between 1968 and 1971 are when The Stones started playing like dudes who could wear fur vests with no shirt underneath and pull it off, which they were, and did. "Street Fighting Man" does not have any electric guitars, "Sympathy for the Devil" has probably the greatest samba rhythm ever in rock, and did we mention that "Jumpin' Jack Flash" is on here?