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**PLEASE READ!!** NOT NEWER REISSUE!!! Nice Sounding ORIGINAL STEREO COPY. Vinyl is shiny, light imperfections, but it sounds easily VG+, nice and loud, nice dynamic range. Cover shows shelf wear, edge wear, nothing terrible. Ships rapidly from St. Louis Missouri.
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December''s Children (And Everybody''s) is the fifth American studio album by The Rolling Stones, released in late 1965. Drawn largely from two days of sessions recorded in September to finish the British edition of Out of Our Heads and to record their new single—"Get Off Of My Cloud"—December''s Children (And Everybody''s) also included tracks recorded as early as 1963. Half of the songs appearing on the album were written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, as they penned strong album cuts like "I''m Free" and "The Singer Not the Song" as well as such major hits as "As Tears Go By" and "Get off of My Cloud". December''s Children (And Everybody''s) reached #4 in the US and went gold. This is the mono release of the LP. track listing: Side one No. Title Length 1. "She Said Yeah" (Sonny Bono/Roddy Jackson) 1:34 2. "Talkin'' About You" (Chuck Berry) 2:32 3. "You Better Move On" (Arthur Alexander) 2:41 4. "Look What You''ve Done" (McKinley Morganfield) 2:16 5. "The Singer, Not the Song" 2:22 6. "Route 66" (Live) (Bobby Troup) 2:39 Side two No. Title Length 7. "Get Off of My Cloud" 2:54 8. "I''m Free" 2:23 9. "As Tears Go By" (Jagger/Richards/Andrew Loog Oldham) 2:45 10. "Gotta Get Away" 2:06 11. "Blue Turns to Grey" 2:30 12. "I''m Moving On" (Live) (Hank Snow)

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Randolph Severson
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Into The Stratosphere Of Songwriting
Reviewed in the United States on November 10, 2020
There’s something a little ragged about this album, something thrown together. It’s the Stones becoming the Stones. New wine in new wineskins. Satisfaction was pure R&B. Otis Redding covered it, horns replacing the guitar riff maybe the way Kieth Richards initially... See more
There’s something a little ragged about this album, something thrown together. It’s the Stones becoming the Stones. New wine in new wineskins. Satisfaction was pure R&B. Otis Redding covered it, horns replacing the guitar riff maybe the way Kieth Richards initially imagined it. Otis riffed the words as well. But Get Off My Cloud is something different. So, too, As Tears Go By. The Singer Not The Song is an almost Beatles-like ballad. They’re back in London now— ‘In flies a guy dressed up just like a Union Jack’, one of their best lines ever, In one of their best songs ever— Mod London, ‘Swinging London’, supercool London, cosmopolitan London, and the Stones becoming supercool, cynical, harassed... clever. All pretty far from the Delta and the South Side of Chicago. The old Blues Masters were often sly in their lyrics.... sly, but never clever. Far, but maybe not that far. Half the songs on the album are covers and they’re good. The best song on the album is their cover of Route 66. The energy, the vibe — it’s almost like their in an airplane plane racing down a runway, screaming, crazed fans chasing them and in the cut you hear the screaming fans. In this album they were taking off — the 99th floor and beyond — into the stratosphere of songwriting virtuosity and talent. Or, maybe, better said, post Satisfaction, climbing even higher.
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S.Neubeck
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
My review of December''s Children(and everybody''s)
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2020
This album released in North America was the follow through after their world wide hit "Satisfaction". This album differed than most others. There was no UK separate rerelease. It gave what the US never had an album not geared to the top 40 but showed their song writing... See more
This album released in North America was the follow through after their world wide hit "Satisfaction". This album differed than most others. There was no UK separate rerelease. It gave what the US never had an album not geared to the top 40 but showed their song writing skills , their ballad tunes ,homage to Muddy Waters (Look What You''ve Done). and the top hit "Get Off of my Cloud" Well worth getting to learn a band making its mark as musicians not pop icons
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Steven PetersonTop Contributor: Baseball
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Some classic Rolling Stones'' moments
Reviewed in the United States on October 5, 2008
The first thing that strikes me as I look at the cover is how young the Stones looked back in the mid-1960s! It''s amazing how well they have maintained their level of performance even as their faces now show their age. The second thing is that the center of this work is... See more
The first thing that strikes me as I look at the cover is how young the Stones looked back in the mid-1960s! It''s amazing how well they have maintained their level of performance even as their faces now show their age. The second thing is that the center of this work is "Get Off of My Cloud." It was playing so widely that, in the middle of my first year living in a dorm at Bradley University, all sorts of variations on the song took place. I remember one of my floor mates, for example, telling someone "Hey, hey, you, you, Get out of my room." And everyone chuckled, knowing that Jim was riffing from this song.

This CD/album has no thematic coherence. It is a set of songs, most recorded in the studio plus a bit of live music, some covers, and some original Stones'' tunes. Still, it''s nice to revisit the raw energy and raw playing of the young Rolling Stones.

The CD starts off with a cover of Chuck Berry''s "Talkin'' about You." They do a good job here, and display a strong blues flavor to their playing and to Mick Jagger''s singing. A nice start to this CD.

The Stones began their career as a group focusing on the blues. One of the most important bluesmen of that (or any other) time was, of course, Muddy Waters. "Look What You''re Done" shows the Stones up to playing a song by one of the masters of the genre.

And then, "Route 66," a live version. Sound quality muddies what I hear when I listen; the sometimes shouting by the audience drowns things out. But I can tell that the Stones are playing energetically and Jagger''s singing is fine.

And, of course, "Get Off of My Cloud," one of their great songs. One characteristic is a whole series of interesting lines with some cool wording. One illustration: "In flies a guy all dressed up just like a Union Jack." The song begins with a great riff; the drumming chugs right along.

Another classic, "I''m Free." A pair of lines speak to me.

"I''m free to do what I want any old time. . .
I''m free to sing my song though it gets out of time."

The latter line reminds one that sometimes in their early works, the playing gets a little ragged. But that somehow worked, showing off their energy and even some spontaneity.

There are some other interesting works, too, although I have never much enjoyed "As Tears Go By."

Anyhow, not a cohesive album, but I don''t really care. There are some top-notch early Rolling Stones'' moments throughout this CD, with lots of raw energy.
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blue-59
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fine album, but why is SACD so ambiguous?
Reviewed in the United States on December 30, 2007
"December''s Children" is thoroughly enjoyable. I''m aware that all but a couple of these songs are on other CDs, but I''m glad to have this disc anyway, even if just to have the songs in this order. I am also pleased to have the later (2002) DSD/SACD releases, which are... See more
"December''s Children" is thoroughly enjoyable. I''m aware that all but a couple of these songs are on other CDs, but I''m glad to have this disc anyway, even if just to have the songs in this order. I am also pleased to have the later (2002) DSD/SACD releases, which are sonically miles ahead of the older versions.

My review, however, centers on the fact that Abkco seems to want to hide the SACD nature of the Stones'' releases. Nowhere on the outer packaging is there any indication, and having the same title, displaying the same number, barcode, and year, in regular CD format adds further complication. When I ordered "December''s Children," as previously with the 3-disc collection of singles, the first thing I received was the regular CD. You have to know that the 2002 DSD releases are in a standard jewel case, while the 2002 DSD/SACDs are in a cardboard folding case with a plastic holder attached inside.

Since all the Stones'' SACDs are hybrids anyway, you have to wonder why Abkco would release the regular CD versions at all. You also have to wonder, with the SACD available, why someone would buy any of the several recent non-SACD versions for two to three times the money.
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Paul Thran
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
favorite from my teenage years.
Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2013
I cannot defend this stuff on aesthetic grounds; objectively, I suppose, it''s mediocre, but I played the grooves off the vinyl version of this when I was 16 or so. It''s embedded deeply in my mental book of musical treasures and there''s no arguing with it. The proliferation... See more
I cannot defend this stuff on aesthetic grounds; objectively, I suppose, it''s mediocre, but I played the grooves off the vinyl version of this when I was 16 or so. It''s embedded deeply in my mental book of musical treasures and there''s no arguing with it. The proliferation of out of tune guitars on these early records conditioned my own (lack of) appreciation for my own musical efforts.

They improved since this and reached their apex with Beggar''s Banquet. When Brian Jones died, they started their slow decline into the grotesque parodies they are today.
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SoCalVet
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Classic Early Stones!
Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2020
This is the last early Stones album. Half original Jagger/Richards songs and half covers, two of those are live. It give you the sense of the British Rock of that era.
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Bob the Old rocker
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Remember when
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2020
It’s a grate moment in time. Still very revelent. First few tracks are rough around the edges, part of the charm!✌️
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Bob
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A must have for Stones collectors
Reviewed in the United States on May 26, 2021
This completes my collection of early Stones recordings.
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Mr. Paul Edwards
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Yet another STONES CLASSIC album!!!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 19, 2009
Brilliant album BUT ... The only thing I find annoying about this (or any other applicable album) is the LIVE recording part way through. It I want a LIVE performance I will buy the DVD to watch and listen; but when I want to LISTEN I prefer STUDIO recordings. This practice...See more
Brilliant album BUT ... The only thing I find annoying about this (or any other applicable album) is the LIVE recording part way through. It I want a LIVE performance I will buy the DVD to watch and listen; but when I want to LISTEN I prefer STUDIO recordings. This practice of filling an album with live recordings is a cheap-skate way of making an album! Maybe I''m a minority on this issue; but I like my music to be pure listening pleasure without hearing fans whistling and cheering and clapping throughout.
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 7, 2017
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Jerome Levack
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
If you"re not a heavy Stones fan that difference will be a waste of time and money
Reviewed in Canada on September 11, 2017
i purchased this for its DSD designation. I''m trying to see if this technology is an improvement over the standard CD. it seems to me that though the difference is slight, there is definitely a difference. If you"re not a heavy Stones fan that difference will be a waste...See more
i purchased this for its DSD designation. I''m trying to see if this technology is an improvement over the standard CD. it seems to me that though the difference is slight, there is definitely a difference. If you"re not a heavy Stones fan that difference will be a waste of time and money, however a fanatic like myself will discern the difference and enjoy that difference. Perhaps I''m fooling myself, as some would suggest, but I really can detect the slightest variance.
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Robert G McPherson
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
We want the Stones!
Reviewed in Canada on November 10, 2020
The inclusion of Get Off My Cloud makes this CD superior to the UK version in some ways. A must own for fans of the Rolling Stones.
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Rodney Yeoh
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not a SACD
Reviewed in Canada on April 27, 2015
I have to agree with the reviewer who posted 1 star as this release is not a SACD. Notwithstanding the fact that this released was mastered in DSD, the product is still a standard red book CD, which means it has been converted to the standard 16 bit and 44.1 kHz CD format....See more
I have to agree with the reviewer who posted 1 star as this release is not a SACD. Notwithstanding the fact that this released was mastered in DSD, the product is still a standard red book CD, which means it has been converted to the standard 16 bit and 44.1 kHz CD format. Amazon should not be advertising this as a "hybrid SACD", which would have both a CD and a SACD layer. This product does not. It is only a red book CD. That said, the remastering is pretty good, so I gave it an extra star, but if I could return it, I would, based on false advertising.
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