The Rolling Stones: Complete Recording Sessions 1962-2002 (Rockdetector)
Taschenbuch: 300 Seiten
Verlag: Cherry Red Books; Auflage: Reprint (1. Januar 2003)
An updated guide to the recorded works of the band, including bootlegs, all listed in chronological order. First published in 1989.
The Rolling Stones Complete Recording Sessions is the definitive guide to the Rolling Stones' recorded works. First published in 1989, it became a renowned source of material and inspired many a fan's record collection across the world. The book has now been updated to take into account the extra recordings released since then and also to include additional available research information. Written by Martin Elliott, a self-confessed Stones fan and renowned authority on the group, the book lists every recording - both the official releases and the infamous bootlegs. Every recording session and significant live recording is listed in chronological order. Every song carries a full commentary and provides information not only on the recording listed but also places the recording in context with the historical period. As a result it can be read as a unique chronological story to the rise of the most famous rock and roll group in the world who in 2002 celebrate 40 years in the industry. The Rolling Stones Complete Recording Sessions is an invaluable source of reference for those devoted to the forty-year (so far) career of the greatest rock and roll group in the world but also for those who want to listen to their favourite tracks and read the background information to the recording.