28 Songs, 1 Hour 30 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Released several months after Hot Rocks, this is that conservative collection's eccentric complement — and more. Even the most familiar songs ("The Last Time," "Lady Jane," "She's a Rainbow") have odd twists, and a few head to wonderful whimsy ("Dandelion") or into the ozone ("2000 Light Years From Home"). But even better, this album brought the first American releases of eight rarities, including offbeat psychedelic nuggets "We Love You" and "Child of the Moon," Allen Toussaint's "Fortune Teller" (without the crowd noises added to make it seem like a concert recording on "Got Live If You Want It"), Chuck Berry's "Bye Bye Johnny," and Muddy Waters' "I Can't Be Satisfied."

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Released several months after Hot Rocks, this is that conservative collection's eccentric complement — and more. Even the most familiar songs ("The Last Time," "Lady Jane," "She's a Rainbow") have odd twists, and a few head to wonderful whimsy ("Dandelion") or into the ozone ("2000 Light Years From Home"). But even better, this album brought the first American releases of eight rarities, including offbeat psychedelic nuggets "We Love You" and "Child of the Moon," Allen Toussaint's "Fortune Teller" (without the crowd noises added to make it seem like a concert recording on "Got Live If You Want It"), Chuck Berry's "Bye Bye Johnny," and Muddy Waters' "I Can't Be Satisfied."

Mastered for iTunes
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