|The Rolling Stones No. 2|
|Studio album by The Rolling Stones|
|Released||15 January 1965|
|Recorded||10–11 June 1964 Chess Studios, Chicago, Illinois, United States; 2 and 28–29 September 1964 Regent Sound Studios, London, United Kingdom; 2 November 1964 RCA Studios, Hollywood, California, United States; and 8 November 1964 Chess Studios, Chicago, Illinois, United States|
|Producer||Andrew Loog Oldham|
|The Rolling Stones British chronology|
The Rolling Stones No. 2 is the second UK studio album by the Rolling Stones released in 1965 following the massive success of 1964's debut The Rolling Stones. It followed its predecessor's tendency to largely feature R&B covers. However, it does contain three compositions from the still-developing Mick Jagger/Keith Richards songwriting team.
On Dutch and German pressings of the album, the title is listed as The Rolling Stones Vol. 2 on the front cover, although the back of the album cover lists the title as The Rolling Stones No. 2.
Using the cover shot for 12 X 5, the second US-released album in October 1964, The Rolling Stones No. 2's track listing would largely be emulated on the upcoming US release of The Rolling Stones, Now!. While Eric Easton was co-credited as producer alongside Andrew Loog Oldham on The Rolling Stones' debut album, Oldham takes full production duties for The Rolling Stones No, 2, which was recorded sporadically in the UK and US during 1964.
A huge hit in the UK upon release, The Rolling Stones No. 2 spent 10 weeks at No. 1 in early 1965, becoming one of the year's biggest sellers in the UK.
Due to ABKCO's preference towards the American albums, they overlooked both The Rolling Stones and The Rolling Stones No. 2 for CD release in 1986 and during its remastering series in 2002. Consequently, the album was out of print for many years and was thus widely bootlegged by collectors.
The Rolling Stones No. 2 was again made available to the public as part of a limited edition vinyl box set, titled "The Rolling Stones 1964–1969", in November 2010 and (by itself) digitally at the same time. The original title was also re-instated as part of The Rolling Stones in Mono box set, released on September 30, 2016.
|1.||"Everybody Needs Somebody to Love"||Solomon Burke, Bert Berns, Jerry Wexler||5:03|
|2.||"Down Home Girl"||Jerry Leiber, Arthur Butler||4:11|
|3.||"You Can't Catch Me"||Chuck Berry||3:38|
|4.||"Time Is on My Side" (the "guitar intro" version, not the "organ intro" version from 12 X 5)||"Norman Meade" (Jerry Ragovoy)||2:58|
|5.||"What a Shame"||Mick Jagger, Keith Richards||3:03|
|6.||"Grown Up Wrong" (originally released on 12 X 5)||Mick Jagger, Keith Richards||1:50|
|7.||"Down the Road Apiece"||Don Raye||2:55|
|8.||"Under the Boardwalk" (originally released on 12 X 5)||Arthur Resnick, Kenny Young||2:48|
|9.||"I Can't Be Satisfied"||Muddy Waters||3:26|
|10.||"Pain in My Heart"||Allen Toussaint||2:11|
|11.||"Off the Hook"||Mick Jagger, Keith Richards||2:38|
|12.||"Suzie-Q" (originally released on 12 X 5)||Dale Hawkins, Stan Lewis, Eleanor Broadwater||1:51|
The Rolling Stones
|1965||UK Top 40 Albums||2|
|1965||French SNEP Albums Charts||44|
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