The Rolling Stones – Big Hits [High Tide and Green Grass] (Decca TXS 101) (1966)

I’m posting this wonderful early hits compilation (including a lil’ Lp-sized fold-out photo booklet) that I got for a pound last spring at the Hythe cricket ground boot fair just to see if Wilberforce is an old stick in the mud when it comes to the Rolling Stones as well. I hope not, but suspect he is. 😉

Me, I love the fucking Stones. A lot.

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Published in: on November 25, 2011 at 9:59 pm  Comments (2)  

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  1. in answer to your wondering, as you’ve probably worked out i’m allergic to most of the “superstars” of rock, but the stones are one of the few exceptions – i like a fair few tracks of theirs ranging from the mid-60’s to the mid-80’s, and “brown sugar” will always be in any top hundred of mine…

    btw, if this album is in good condition then you did well to pick it up for a quid!

  2. Yes, the Rolling Stones are worthy exceptions to your rule and the Lp was in Vg+ condition; so you see, a Blind Faith record isn’t out of the question!


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