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1Don't Lie To Me
2Diddley Daddy
3 BBC Saturday Club, September 18, 1965
4Mother's Little Helper
5 BBC Saturday Club, February 8, 1964
6Little Queenie #2
7The Lantern
8 IBC Studios, London, March 11, 1963
9Don't Stay Out All Night
10Around And Around
11Little Queenie #1
12Andrew's Blues
13 Brian's Father About Brian
14 Pye Studios And Decca Studios, London, August 31 - September 4, 1964
15Road Runner
16It Should Be You
17Loving Sacred Loving
18Beautiful Delilah #1
19Tell Me Baby
21 Regent Studios And Decca Studios, London, June 29 - July 7, 1964
22 Regent Studios, London, November 20 - 21, 1963
23 Chess Studios, Chicago, June 11, 1964
24 RCA Studios, Los Angeles, September 6, 1965
25 RCA Studios, Los Angeles, August 3 - 11, 1966
26Down In The Bottom
27I Ain't Got You
28Johnny B. Goode
29Beautiful Delilah
30 Bits And Pieces : De Lane Lea Studios 1964
31I'm Left, You're Right, She's Gone
32Shades Of Orange
33The Last Time
34Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow?
35I Get Around
36Down The Road Apiece
37Go On To School
38 Bonus Tracks: Little Boy Blue And The Blue Boys, Home Reheasals, Late 1961
40Fannie Mae
412000 Light Years From Home
42 Olympic Sound Studios, London, July 2 - 22, 1967, Bell Sound Acetate
43 London, February - March 1964
44 Regent Studios, London, June 24 - 26, 1964
45Beautiful Delilah #2
46 Olympic Sound Studios, London, July 2 - 22, 1967, Take 34 Extra Piano
47 Olympic Sound Studios, London, July 2 - 22, 1967, Take 15 Extra SE
48Hi-Heel Sneakers
49Memphis, Tennessee
50Stewed And Keefed
51As Tears Go By #1&2 / Congratulations / No One Loves You More Than Me
52Looking Tired
53La Bamba
54Baby What's Wrong
55 The End / Olympic Sound Studios, London, September 4 & 8, 1967
56 Chess Studios, Chicago, June 10, 1964
57Blue Turns To Grey
58Roll Over Beethoven
59Bright Lights, Big City
60 Regent Studios, London, February 4, 1964
61 BBC Saturday Club, October 26,1963
62 BBC Top Gear, March 6, 1965
63 BBC Top Gear, July 23, 1964
64 BBC Saturday Club, April 18, 1964
65 RCA Studios, Los Angeles, December 3 - 10, 1965
66Ain't That Loving You Baby
67You've Just Made My Day
68Spector And Pitney Came Too


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
371969The Rolling Stones The Brian Jones Memorial Album ‎(2xLP, Unofficial)Seagull Records371969Liechtenstein1982
noneThe Rolling Stones The Brian Jones Memorial Album ‎(2xCD, Unofficial)Not On Label (The Rolling Stones)noneUnknown


Disc-2: Track 2&3 not performed by The Rolling Stones, group called "The End" produced by BIll Wyman 1967.


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The Rolling Stones - The Brian Jones Memorial Album

Performer: The Rolling Stones

Title: The Brian Jones Memorial Album

Country: Japan

Release date: 2016

Label: Dog N Cat Records

Style: Classic Rock

Catalog: DAC-170

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 2888 mb

Size FLAC: 2825 mb

Rating: 4.4 / 5

Votes: 286

Record source: 2 × CD, Compilation, Unofficial Release

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