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Scott Pilgrim Vinyl Release
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Scott Pilgrim Score Official Press Release
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Scott Pilgrim Remix Contest on Indaba Music!
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"Superstar" on America's Got Talent!
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|GOT LIVE.. 7' STONES EP SET FOR BLACK FRIDAY RECORD STORE DAY RELEASE
Posted on Nov 4th, 2013
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ABKCO Records, a proud participant in Record Store Day's upcoming "Back To Black Friday" independent record store event, is releasing Got Live If You Want It!, a 7" E.P. by the Rolling Stones on "Black Friday," November 29th. The set includes songs not found on the U.S. album of the same title. The tracks were recorded on the band's fifth British tour at concert dates in March, 1965 in London, Liverpool and Manchester and released in 1965. The E.P., their first live release, which went to #1 on the E.P. chart in the U.K. in June of that year. The release serves an audio document of a time when the Rolling Stones, in their original line up of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Brian Jones and Bill Wyman, had become headlining sensations and were well on their way to being recognized as "World's Greatest Rock and Roll Band."
The E.P., the title of which is derived from Slim Harpo's 1957 single "Got Love If You Want It" on the Excello label, covers songs associated with Solomon Burke ("Everybody Needs Somebody to Love"), Otis Redding ("Pain In My Heart"), Nat King Cole ("Route 66") and Hank Snow ("I'm Moving On"). "I'm Alright," an early Jagger-Richards composition, is also included as is the crowd chant "We Want The Stones."
1. We Want The Stones
2. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love
3. Pain In My Heart
4. Route 66
5. I'm Moving On
6. I'm Alright