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  1. Mar 03,  · 12 x 5, twelve songs by five guys that must be taken in the context of a world on the cusp of change, a world just a few years into the future that would be splashed by the big wave, the psychedelic wave, where nothing and no one would ever be the same again. Listening to this album today, the songs sound rather tame, yet there’s a door in the back of my head that I open from time to /5().
  2. The Rolling Stones '12 X 5' on vinyl! This is a US import version on clear vinyl from and is presented in glorious monophonic sound. Admittedly, I would much prefer 'The Rolling Stones No. 2' on new gm vinyl but as beggars can't be choosers I'll settle for this US 'counterpart'/5().
  3. (The Unreleased Blues Album) The Rolling Stones "Confessin The Blues"At Chess Studios, Chicago, dubbed from the original master tapes. Tracks 1- 13, 16 are in glorious stereo tracks , are in glorious mono For more information, read the liner notes inside the booklet/5(6).
  4. Several Tracks, Including Vibrant Instrumental " South Michigan Avenue," Recorded at Chicago's Chess Records, Home to Stones' Musical Idols. Originally released in , 12x5 is the moment when the Rolling Stones evolved from boys into men. The British veterans' sophomore record finds Mick, Keith, and Co. progressing from a blues covers band into having an identity of their own.
  5. One of these was the group-penned instrumental " South Michigan Avenue" -- the actual address of Chess in Chicago -- which appeared on their second album, 12 X 5 (in the U.K., it was issued on their 5 X 5 EP). The Stones had earlier generated some basic R&B instrumentals to fill out their records, such as "Stoned" (on the B-side of their second British single) and "Now I've Got a Witness" (on their first .
  6. The evolution from blues to rock accelerated with the Rolling Stones' second American LP. They turned soul into guitar rock for the hits "It's All Over Now" and "Time Is on My Side" (the latter of which was their first American Top Ten single). " South Michigan Avenue" is a great instrumental blues-rock jam; "Around and Around" is one of their best Chuck Berry covers; and "If You Need Me.
  7. 12 × 5 is the second American studio album by the English rock band the Rolling Stones, released in following the success of their American debut The Rolling Stones (England's Newest Hit Makers), which was released concurrently with their UK debut The Rolling Stones.

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