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Ramones - Beat from the Street
(Rock Around The World 109 US-7? EX 375:-)

The Ramones are the first punk rock band. By cutting rock & roll down to its bare essentials -- four chords; a simple, catchy melody; and irresistibly inane lyrics -- and speeding up the tempo considerably, the Ramones created something that was rooted in early '60s, pre-Beatles rock & roll and pop but sounded revolutionary.

This bootleg is shared with Martha Velez; the Ramones were recorded August 12, 1976 at the Roxy, Los Angeles, CA.

Original US pressing; the cue-sheet is missing.
Ramones - End of the Century
(Sire SRK-6077 UK-80 VG+ 275:-)

The Ramones have been amazingly influential, showing budding musicians everywhere that you don't need technique to create exuberant, catchy and joyous music. Countless imitators followed, owing a huge debt to these four Brooklyn-based ne'er-do-wells.

For 1980’s "End of the Century", the Ramones abandoned their tough, fast and loud dynamic to work with Phil Spector. Consider that for a minute — the beacons of rock‘n’roll restraint hired the “wall of sound, little symphonies for the kids” wildcard. Spector labored for about six months on the album’s mixing, and right to the very end, he was drunk and abusive. It had some of the Ramones' flimsiest songs, and too often, key Ramones weren’t involved in their creation.
Reed, Lou - Live in Stockholm 1974
(Not On Label (none) Swe-74 VG+ 300:-)

The career of Lou Reed defied capsule summarization. Like David Bowie (whom Reed directly inspired in many ways), he made over his image many times, mutating from theatrical glam rocker to strung-out junkie to avant-garde noiseman to straight rock & roller to your average guy. Few would deny Reed's immense importance and considerable achievements.

1974's "Sally Can't Dance", was his most commercially successful album to date, reaching the Top Ten. On the following tour, Lou was at the height of his drug problems, but still managed to play over 25 venues, opening in Stockholm, Sweden in May and closing in Dayton, OH in October 1974.

Recorded live at the Concerthouse, Stockholm, Sweden, 14 May 1974.
Rolling Stones - From the Vault: Marquee Club
(Rolling Stones ERDVLP086 EU-15 NM 600:-)

Few partnerships in rock 'n' roll have been as productive as the collaboration between Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, and of course having wunderkind Brian Jones along did nothing to hinder the Rolling Stones' popularity. From the get-go, the band played the raunchy, gritty doppelganger to the Beatles' dandified Merseybeat pop.

Limited Vinyl pressing including bonus DVD. The "Marquee Live In 1971" was filmed at the legendary London club on March 26th 1971, about a month before the release of the "Sticky Fingers" album in late April. Mick Taylor was now fully integrated into the group and the band had used the tour to showcase some of the tracks from the forthcoming album.
Rolling Stones - Out of Our Heads
(Decca LK-4725 UK-65 VG+ 600:-)

Few partnerships in rock 'n' roll have been as productive as the collaboration between Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, and of course having wunderkind Brian Jones along did nothing to hinder the Rolling Stones' popularity. From the get-go, the band played the raunchy, gritty doppelganger to the Beatles' dandified Merseybeat pop.

Export version manufactured in England for distribution in Europe. Not sold in the UK. The reason Decca made this version is that it contains the megahit "Satisfaction".
Rolling Stones - Rolling Stones
(Decca ‎30.010 Fra-79 VG+ 275:-)

Few partnerships in rock 'n' roll have been as productive as the collaboration between Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, and of course having wunderkind Brian Jones along did nothing to hinder the Rolling Stones' popularity. From the get-go, the band played the raunchy, gritty doppelganger to the Beatles' dandified Merseybeat pop.

French compilation picture disc, issued in a pink die-cut sleeve.
Rolling Stones - Rolling Stones Story
(Decca ‎6.30118HZ Ger-80 VG+ 1250:-)

Few partnerships in rock 'n' roll have been as productive as the collaboration between Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, and of course having wunderkind Brian Jones along did nothing to hinder the Rolling Stones' popularity. From the get-go, the band played the raunchy, gritty doppelganger to the Beatles' dandified Merseybeat pop. They ventured a heavier, bluesier sound than their British Invasion counterparts, taking their cues from Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf.

12LP Box Set, containing their Decca catalogue; with 5 portraits and an 8 page insert.
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