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19. "I Wanna Be Your Man" Saturday Club , 8 February 1964
20. "Carol" Saturday Club , 18 April 1964
21. "I'm Moving On" The Joe Loss Pop Show , 10 April 1964
22. "If You Need Me" The Joe Loss Pop Show , 17 July 1964
23. "Walking The Dog" Saturday Club , 8 February 1964
24. "Confessin' The Blues" The Joe Loss Pop Show , 17 July 1964
25. "Everybody Needs Somebody To Love" Top Gear , 6 March 1965
26. "Little By Little" The Joe Loss Pop Show , 10 April 1964
27. "Ain't That Loving You Baby" Rhythm And Blues , 31 October 1964
28. "Beautiful Delilah" Saturday Club , 18 April 1964
29. "Crackin’ Up" Top Gear , 23 July 1964
30. "I Can’t Be Satisfied" Top Gear , 23 July 1964
31. "I Just Want to Make Love To You" Saturday Club , 18 April 1964
32. "2120 South Michigan Avenue" Rhythm and Blues , 31 October 1964

Around And Around 2:44/If You Need Me 2:00/I Can't Be Satisfied 2:28/Crackin' Up 2:13/I Just Want To Make Love To You 2:14/Walking The Dog 3:10/Hi-Heel Sneakers 2:41/Carol 2:27/Don't Lie To Me 1:36/You Better Move On 2:35/It's All Over Now 3:25/If You Need Me 2:11/Confessin' The Blues 2:28/Carol 2:41/Mona 2:55/The Last Time 3:04/Everybody Needs Somebody To Love-Pain In My Heart 2:24/Play With Fire 1:59/I'm Moving On 2:25

Comment: Burke appears as a guest performer on the Licks Tour on November 4, 2002 at LA's Wiltern Theater. Clearly as a tribute to influence in the early years. This recording has the original mono 45 rpm versions, and not re-recorded versions that appeared on later LP releases. These are the ones the Stones played in hotel rooms on the road.

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The most significant change in this period is not widely discussed, nor is it known by many. After two years of Electronically Reprocessed Stereophonic albums, the first ever TRUE STEREO Rolling Stones album would be 1966's Aftermath . By this time, the mono labels were usually of the bright red kind (though maroon labels do exist), the last of which was 1967's Their Satanic Majesties Request .


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