The Rolling Stones No. 2 - 4th [A]

ROLLING STONES The Rolling Stones No. 2 (1965 UK fourth label variant 12-track mono vinyl LP on the deep groove unboxed Decca logo label, housed in a front laminated flipback picture sleeve with 'blind man' text on the back LK4661)
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Release Year 1965 - 54 years ago
Condition Unless stated otherwise in the description above, all items are in at least excellent condition - so please read our descriptions carefully. We try to sell items as close to Mint condition as possible, and many will indeed be close to brand new and/or unplayed. Others may be 'used' - and all will meet our strict grading and are 100% guaranteed.
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Format vinyl LP album (LP record)
Record Label Decca
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Product Catalogue No LK4661
Music Genre Rock, 60s Pop, 60s Beat
Country Comes from UK Comes from 'UK'
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Tracklisting & More Information

The group's second British album actually appeared after their second US LP, mostly owing to the fact that the British rock & roll audience wasn't focused on the long-player as a medium (Singles and EPs were the driving force of the business in England then).

It uses the same David Bailey cover shot that had graced the US issued '12 X 5' album two months earlier, but only four songs (Under The Boardwalk, Suzie Q, Grown Up Wrong and Time Is On My Side) overlap on the two albums.
Rather, Rolling Stones No. 2 offered seven songs that weren't to make it out in America until four months later on 'The Rolling Stones Now!' It also includes one of the group's best blues covers, their version of Muddy Waters' I Can't Be Satisfied, which wasn't released in America until 1973 and features some killer slide playing by Brian Jones. The U.K. LP was originally released in mono only & took forever to come out on CD in this form.

The original cover design found here carries sleeve notes that include the text: "If you don't have bread, see that blind man, knock him on the head, steal his wallet and low and behold you have the loot, if you put in the boot, good, another one sold!"
Not one of Mr Loog Oldham's wisest lyrical outpourings and they naturally caused uproar in January 1965, even to the extent of being debated in the UK Parliament. This was a bit too much for Decca and an alternate version of the back artwork was hastily prepared & the few they had left in the factories were overpasted with the new artwork. Most first issue sleeves continued to carry the text as they were already in the shops.

The labels are red with unboxed, open Decca logo and ffrr 'ear', with the deep grooves that were omitted from later pressings. This is the fourth label variant of this early design that we know of, with just the 'Made In England' print along the top. The composer label credit is straight lettered & no recording details & no production credits are below the group name at the bottom. The 'BIEM/NCB' logo is to the left of the spindle hole.

The matrix numbers are machine stamped into the 'dead wax' areas. They are as follows:

Side One XARL-6619-2A
Side Two XARL-6620-1A

The cover has minimal shelf wear with nice, strong laminate & just a few signs of age yellowing to the back panel. An Excellent example.

The heavyweight vinyl grades Excellent, even before receiving a deep clean on a top of the line Matrix machine. The wax has no scratches with just a few cosmetic scuffs & just the lightest evidence of being taken out of the bag on occasion. Upon playtesting, the quality of this early sixties pressing shines through. These Decca discs always perform outstanding & thus comes highly recommended.

01. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
02. Down Home Girl
03. You Can't Catch Me
04. Time Is On My Side
05. What A Shame
06. Grown Up Wrong
07. Down The Road Apiece
08. Under The Boardwalk
09. I Can't Be Satisfied
10. Pain In My Heart
11. Off The Hook
12. Suzie-Q


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Recording Artist Rolling Stones
Product Title The Rolling Stones No. 2 - 4th [A]
Product Information Rolling Stones The Rolling Stones No. 2 - 4th [A] UK vinyl LP album (LP record).
Language All tracks are sung in English, unless otherwise stated in our description.
Additional info Deleted - A deleted or out-of-print item is one that is no longer manufactured. However, we stock thousands of out-of-print formats and we specialise in tracking down out-of-print, deleted and hard-to-find releases.
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