Forty Licks [Collector's Edition] [Limited] by The Rolling Stones
Includes a 24 page color booklet with liner notes by David Wild. The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger (vocals, guitar, harmonica, percussion);... Read More
Includes a 24 page color booklet with liner notes by David Wild. The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger (vocals, guitar, harmonica, percussion); Keith Richards (acoustic & electric guitars, bass, bowed double bass, background vocals); Mick Taylor (electric & slide guitars, bass); Brian Jones (electric guitar, sitar, recorder, harmonica, piano, marimba, tamboura, background vocals); Ron Wood (electric guitar, background vocals); Bill Wyman (bass, maracas, background vocals); Charlie Watts (drums, percussion, background vocals). Additional personnel includes: Merry Clayton (vocals); Sugar Blue (harmonica); Bobby Keyes (saxophone, percussion); Mel Collins (saxophone); Chuck Leavell (piano, organ, keyboards); Nicky Hopkins, Ian Stewart, Ian McLagan, Al Kooper (piano); Don Was (keyboards); Darryl Jones (bass); Blondie Chaplin (percussion, background vocals); Sly Dunbar, Luis Jardin (percussion); Clydie King, Vanetta, Ivan Neville, Bernard Fowler, Lisa Fischer, Sara Dash, Doris Troy, Madeline Bell, Nanette Newman, Ma... Minimize
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|Number of Discs||2|
|Artist||The Rolling Stones|
|Record Label||Virgin Records (USA)|
|Contributing Artist||Al Kooper, Ivan Neville, Marianne Faithfull, Sly Dunbar, Sugar Blue|
|Release Date||October 01, 2002|
|Song List: Disc 1|
|Song List: Disc 1||
|Song List: Disc 2|
|Song List: Disc 2||
Product Review Summary
9 Reviews from Epinions.com
By: lambchops in Music at Epinions.com
Oct 29, 2002
Forty Licks: A Rolling Stones Rockuspective
Pros: Forty songs spanning a forty year career.
Cons: A few missing tracks, edits, mono...nothing of note really.
Apr 29, 2005
Pros: Disc 1 - The Stones at their best
Cons: Disc 2 - The Stones past their best
Sep 29, 2003
A great collection of a classic band
Pros: A lot of classics...some good rock & roll
Cons: recent music is not as good as the early stuff, some classics missing
Dec 15, 2002
Rolling with the Stones
Pros: 40 of the best songs in rock'n'roll, by the greatest rock'n'roll band ever.
Cons: CD2 isn't as good as CD1, and they missed out some great songs.
Oct 8, 2002
Warning - May Cause Spontaneous Strutting
Pros: The Greatest Tracks From The Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Band In The World
Cons: Repackaging Of Material You Already Have, Not Enough New Tunes
Nov 24, 2002
36 Licks and 4 Fillers
Pros: Improved sound; most of the hits on 1 album
Cons: Edited versions of hits; new tunes don't belong here
Jan 20, 2003
Rock of Aged
Pros: the first disc rocks
Cons: the second disc rolls downhill some
By: headlessparrot in Music at Epinions.com
Mar 30, 2003
How Many Licks Does It Take To Get To The Center Of The Rolling Stones?
Pros: When they're on, it is some of the greatest music in rock history
Cons: When they're off, they're off
Oct 31, 2002
What a Disappointment!
Pros: Superb Collection of truly classical tunes.
Cons: AWFUL Mix... Many tracks had audible tape hiss.