The Rolling Stones 1997 UK 12″ release of “Anybody Seen My Baby” features remixes by Armand Van Helden and Soul Solution.
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The Rolling Stones’ 7″ vinyl Extended Play (originally released in 1964) now available in its original format for the first time since the original release.
The Rolling Stones’ “Rock And A Hard Place” spent 5 weeks at #1 on Billboard’s Rock chart in 1989. This 12″ features remixes by Don Was and Michael Brauer.
The Brief: Coming this Saturday, April 20th, is Record Store Day 2013. This week we will take a look at some of the records I picked up at previous Record Store Days and Record Store Day’s Black Fridays in November. Here’s the press release announcing today’s record: Universal Music Group has announced that The Rolling […]
“One Hit (To The Body)” was from the Stones’ 1986 album ‘Dirty Work’. Special guest Jimmy Page provided guitar work on the track and Steve Lillywhite remixed the “London Mix” on this 12″.
Critics hailed The Rolling Stones’ 1978 release, ‘Some Girls’, as a return to form for the band. The album produced 3 Top 40 hits on the US Billboard Hot 100 including the last #1 hit that the Stones have produced. That #1 hit was “Miss You” and it is the subject of today’s 12″ on Fun With Vinyl. The copy I have has the same Re-Mix by Bob Clearmountain on both sides. Ladies and gentlemen, the greatest rock & roll band in the world…