The Rolling Stones - Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! mp3 album

The Rolling Stones - Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! mp3 album
Blues-Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Rock & Roll,Album Rock,Hard Rock
  • Performer:
    The Rolling Stones
  • Title:
    Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!
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  • Style:
    Blues-Rock,Contemporary Pop/Rock,Rock & Roll,Album Rock,Hard Rock
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  • Recording Location:
    Madison Square Garden, NY
The Rolling Stones - Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! mp3 album

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    1354 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    1502 mb
  • Size WMA version
    1623 mb
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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Jumpin' Jack Flash Mick Jagger / Keith Richards The Rolling Stones 4:02
2 Carol Chuck Berry The Rolling Stones 3:46
3 Stray Cat Blues Mick Jagger / Keith Richards The Rolling Stones 3:46
4 Love in Vain Robert Johnson The Rolling Stones 4:56
5 Midnight Rambler Mick Jagger / Keith Richards The Rolling Stones 9:04
6 Sympathy for the Devil Mick Jagger / Keith Richards The Rolling Stones 6:51
7 Live with Me Mick Jagger / Keith Richards The Rolling Stones 3:02
8 Little Queenie Chuck Berry The Rolling Stones 4:33
9 Honky Tonk Women Mick Jagger / Keith Richards The Rolling Stones 3:34
10 Street Fighting Man Mick Jagger / Keith Richards The Rolling Stones 4:03


Lenne Allik - Concept
Jon Astley - Digital Transfers
David P. Bailey - Cover Photo
Chuck Berry - Composer
Jack Byrne - Archive Research
Paschal Byrne - Digital Transfers
Mick Jagger - Composer, Guitar, Harmonica, Keyboards, Vocals
Glyn Johns - Audio Engineer, Audio Production, Engineer, Mixing, Mixing Engineer, Producer
Robert Johnson - Composer
Iris Keitel - Repackaging Art Direction
Jody H. Klein - Reissue Producer, Restoration Supervision
John Kosh - Design
Teri Landi - Archive Research, Digital Transfers, Remastering
Bob Ludwig - Mastering
Mick McKenna - Archive Research, Tape Archivist
Nicole Monea - Design Production Assistant
Maria Papazahariou - Production Assistant
Keith Richards - Composer, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals
Alisa Ritz - Repackaging Art Direction
The Rolling Stones - Audio Production, Primary Artist, Producer
Steve Rosenthal - Archives Coordinator, Remastering, Restoration
Ethan Russell - Photography
Gus Skinas - Audio Engineer, Engineer
Ian Stewart - Keyboards, Piano
Mick Taylor - Guitar, Vocals
Laura Walton - Production Assistant
Charlie Watts - Drums
Bill Wyman - Bass, Keyboards, Synthesizer, Vocals

The record I have played more in my life than any other in my collection and I've got everything. It is the Stones at their best during the Taylor-years. Put another way, this is why they were called The Greatest Rock n Roll Band in the World. From the opening kickass of Jumpin Jack Flash where they really get it on, through the marvelous blues tinged guitar in Love in Vain, to the vocals of Jagger throughout, and it's all as Mick aptly quipped between songs, "Charlie's good tonight." As noted by others, the version of Sympathy for the Devil is phenomenal. This is an essential album.
A great live album from when the band was really cranking it out in concert. It is significantly different than their sometimes shambolic live sound of the later 70s. Mick Taylor should great greater attention because of what he brought to this period of the Stones. This album has an absolutely essential, guitar-led version of Sympathy For The Devil, and Taylor plays a brilliant extended solo. Sound quality is great for the period.
Essential Rolling stone Live album at their peak of energy and brilliance. Keith Richards is at his absolute peak here and his playing along with Mick Taylor legendary on sympathy for the devil and Midnight Rambler. Jagger is in top form with great harp playing on MNR as well. Love in vain is amazing with Mick taylor playing the slide guitar with so much feeling . This is where the Stones hit their golden period making them legends on the live stage.
Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out is indispensable for any Stones fans, one of the greatest live albums of all time from one of the greatest rock outfits of all time. Nearly every track is improved upon, and those that aren't are sufficiently different from their prior incarnations that they can work well as independent songs. The live feel is translated perfectly through the medium of the album, making for an incredible listening experience.
The Stones follow a studio masterpiece with a live masterpiece.It rocks from start to finish.And Mick Taylor finest hour like somebody on the web said...If you are a Stones fan and you don't have this you're missing something special and essential.I buy this on vinyl in 1994 and changed my life...i makes me wanted to know more of blues and rock.(vinyls were more accesible in my country that time...i miss that)