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Happy - The Rolling Stones - Not Fade Away (CD)

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  1. Sazil
    "Not Fade Away" was not on the UK version of their debut album, The Rolling Stones, but was the opening track of the US version released a month later as England's Newest Hitmakers. It was a mainstay at Rolling Stones concerts in their early years, usually opening the shows. It was revived in that capacity for their Voodoo Lounge Tour.
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  2. Tygoramar
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Rolling Stones - Not Fade Away at Discogs. Complete your The Rolling Stones collection.
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  3. Kazizil
    Shop 62 records for sale for album Not fade away by The Rolling Stones on CDandLP in Vinyl and CD format.
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  4. Kigakree
    Not that they really were at that point - their only high achievement was their aggressive cover of Buddy Holly's 'Not Fade Away', which on the American album naturally replaced one of the songs, namely Bo Diddley's 'I Need You (Mona)', which later made it onto the Rolling Stones, Now! album. A rather clumsy decision, actually, since it.
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  5. Nerg
    Oct 15,  · “Not Fade Away” () The Stones made this Buddy Holly standard sound demanding and desperate. “ [We] put the Bo Diddley beat up front,” Wyman said. Andrew Loog Oldham went so far as to say it was.
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  6. Fehn
    Not Fade Away This song is by The Rolling Stones and appears on the album England's Newest Hit Makers () on the live album Got Live If You Want It! () on the compilation album More Hot Rocks (Big Hits& Fazed Cookies) () on the compilation album Singles Collection: The London Years () on the live album Stripped () on the album Forty Licks () on the compilation album.
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  7. Tejas
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Jewel Case CD release of Not Fade Away (15 Classics That Fired Up The Rolling Stones) on Discogs/5(16).
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  8. Kajin
    FLAC album The Rolling Stones No Satisfaction,The Last Time,Jumpin Jack Flash,You Cant Always Get What You Want,19th Nervous Breakdown,Under My Thumb,Not Fade Away,Have You Seen Your Mother Baby?,Sympathy For The Devil,Mothers Little Helper,Shes A Ra ccibusiness-lyonmetropole» Rock» The Rolling Stones - Forty Licks. The Rolling.
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