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The Chill Room
and the Stones you see more clearer
Regular Show
dj bennett
 bennett  Contact Contributor
Sept. 17, 2014, 9:19 a.m.
Peyote buttons? The sessions for Between the Buttons took place between August and December in the magic year of 1966 in Hollywood and in London. They were the last sessions with Andrew Loog Oldham as producer. The album contains the most purely British of the Stones' songs, playing out like a psychedelic English summer bristling with class conflict. It was Frank Zappa's favorite Stones album. He thought the social comment was relevant and he thought it was better than Sgt Pepper. (Brian belched in reply when Frank told him that.) It is now mostly forgotten -- Mick and Keith both claim to not care for it at all. Yet this wry oft-acoustic music (though dig the powerful guitar riff on Amanda Jones!) set off sparks for so many of us it deserves a deep listen on the Chill Room.
Produced and engineered by dj bennett (

Special thanks to my live listeners and to all who give me feedback, because its always needed. Thanks of course to killradio,, and podomatic. Presented for education and for fun and because I love this album. Comments requested.
The Chill Room, 18 July 2014 at 11:30pm PDT on

160k VBR, 84 minutes, and the Stones you see more clearer

Set list: All recordings by the Rolling Stones. The Last Time (from American 7") / Yesterday's Papers (backing track) / Have You Seen your Mother Baby Standing in the Shadow (single mix) / Yesterday's Papers / Ruby Tuesday (single mix) / Let's Spend the night Together (single mix) / Get Yourself Together (outtake) / Backstreet Girl (m) / My Obsession / Who's Been Sleeping Here? (m) / Complicated (m) / Please Go Home / She Smiled Sweetly (m) / Miss Amanda Jones / All Sold Out (m) / Connection (both stereo and mono mixes) / Cool Calm and Collected (m) / Something Happened to Me Yesterday

Between the Buttons produced by Andrew Loog Oldham. UK release 20 January 1967, US release 11 February 1967. This program uses both the stereo and original mono (m) mixes of the British Between the Buttons lp. The American release added the Ruby Tuesday/Spend the Night Together single but dropped Backstreet Girl and Please Go Home. Oldham took all four of those tracks and added others dropped from the American release of Aftermath (Take It or Leave It) and a few scattered 1965-66 recordings (My Girl, Sitting on a Fence, etc.) to make the American Flowers compilation, summer 1967.

The Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger, vocals, percussion; Keith Richards, guitar, keys, vocals; Bill Wyman, bass, keys, vocals; Charlie Watts, drums; Brian Jones, guitar, keys, vibes, recorder, sax, dulcimer, oscillator, harmonica; Ian Stewart, piano; Jack Nitzsche, piano; Nicky Hopkins, piano.

She's sophisticated. My head's fit to bust.

The Buttons Come Much Nearer Download Program Podcast
the chill room
01:23:44 1 July 18, 2014
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