Rolling Stones - Aftermath

Discussion in 'Music' started by water_baby, Aug 29, 2005.

  1. water_baby

    water_baby Senior Member

    I just bought the 1966 Rolling Stones album, "Aftermath". i haven't listened to it yet but i know 3 songs on it. i like the song "Lady Jane". i heard it on the Oldies station a year ago and taped it. what do you people think of this album? it appears to be very good and it is 1966, during the Rolling Stones best years.
     
  2. soulrebel51

    soulrebel51 i's a folkie.

    that was one of the albums from 1966 that changed popular music forever.. not as good as Revolver imo, but great nonetheless.

    I like "Under My Thumb" a lot.
     
  3. blueeyedson

    blueeyedson Member

    let's not forget Mother's Little Helper and Take It Or Leave It
     
  4. water_baby

    water_baby Senior Member

    "out of time" should be good. i haven't heard it yet, but the title sounds like it would be a great song. there is this other 60's band that has a song "out of time"

    "oh baby baby you're out of time
    yes you are........................."
     
  5. blueeyedson

    blueeyedson Member

    hahaha yeah that other song is great too ;)

    I wish I could hear Aftermath for the first time again
     
  6. Davino

    Davino Member

    that is the same outta time. Great redcord, did you get the cd remaster?
     
  7. gurney

    gurney Member

    a very good album indeed
     
  8. TheLizardQueen

    TheLizardQueen horny for knowledge

    The Beatles were going to name one of their albums( i think it was Revolver) 'After Geography' in parody of Aftermath. I think Aftermath is probably the best album they put out that decade, and they had some good stuff. Paint it Black, It's Not Easy, and Under My Thumb are my faves.
     
  9. Flight From Ashiya

    Flight From Ashiya Senior Member

    LOL!! I didn't know that; 'Aftergeography' !!that's brill.:D

    Well they must have hit back with: Let It Bleed (-Let It Be).

    Although 'Aftermath' is essential 1966 listening I would cite 'Begger's Banquet' as more roots-blues-rock 'n' roll.

    I always preferred the softer-sounding ,more introspective Rolling Stones: 'Dandelion','We Love You', 'Citadel' .



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  10. Penny

    Penny Supermoderaginaire

    Amazing album... two bad they removed Out Of Time from it though..
     
  11. alice_d_millionaire

    alice_d_millionaire Just Do It©

    dont own it, but ive heard it, and it is good
     

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