December's Children (And Everybody's) (1965)
4. Look What You've Done
5. The Singer, Not the Song
11. Blue Turns to Grey
12. I'm Moving On
||4 December 1965
||5-6 September 1965; 8 August 1963; 11 June 1964; 5-7 March 1965
||Andrew Loog Oldham
"Includes some good covers and some good Jagger/Richards songs."
History and recording
The album includes songs mostly taken from the two days' of recording taken to finish off Out of Our Heads, however some of the tracks date back to as far back as 1963. The album sees an increase in the amount of songs to be written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, and a decrease in the amount of covers.
Release and aftermath
The album went gold after its released, however nowadays it is often overlooked among the Rolling Stones's discography since a lot of the tracks on the album are available on other LPs.
The album reached number 4 in the Billboard Pop Albums chart in the US in 1966.
The Rolling Stones
Mick Jagger - lead vocals, harmonica on "I'm Moving On", and percussion
Brian Jones - guitars, backing vocals, harmonica on "Look What You've Done", piano, and organ
Keith Richards - guitars, backing vocals, and string arrangement
Charlie Watts - drums and percussion
Bill Wyman - bass guitar and backing vocals
Ian Stewart - piano, organ, marimba, and percussion
Mike Leander - string arrangement
Jack Nitzsche - piano, organ, and percussion
J. W. Alexander - percussion