YOU CAN'T ALWAYS WANT WHAT YOU GET - A LOWBUDGET TRIBUTE TO THE STONES
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The Lowbudget Allstars: Gimme Shelter
The Bird Mancini Band: Jumping Jack Flash
Steve Baker: Paint It, Black
Ray Mason: The Last Time
Doctor X: Come On
Terry Kitchen: Ruby Tuesday
Paul McDonough: As Tears Go By
The Rolling Bones: Bitch
Geoff Pango & Mr. Curt: Hand Of Fate
The Abzurdists: Honky Tonk Women
The Trap Dorz: Dead Flowers
Electric Standard: Loving Cup
Wes And Phil Kaplan: We Love You
Adventure Set: 2000 Light Years From Home
Hummingbird Syndicate: Child Of The Moon
Glenn Williams: Angie
Chillgroove: Coming Down Again
David Greenberger: Everything Spoken
Between Songs In The Order That
They Appear On All The Widely Released
Official Live Albums By The Rolling Stones
Doctor X: (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
Louder Than Milk: Rip This Joint
Electric Standard: Respectable
Craig Carter And The Hurricane: Tumbling Dice
The Rolling Bones: It's Only Rock N Roll (But I Like It)
The Junk Dealers: Doo-Doo-Doo-Doo-Doo (Heartbreaker)
The Bird Mancini Band: I Got The Blues
Mr. Curt & Geoff Pango: I Am Waiting
Glenn Williams And David Roy: Melody
Patricia Abreu, Marty White & Jon Macey: She's A Rainbow
The Trap Dorz: 19th Nervous Breakdown
Capital 6: Sway
Chillgroove: Dancing With Mr. D
The Abzurdists: Sympathy For The Devil
Paul McDonough: Street Fighting Man
Men & Volts: Moonlight Mile


NOTE: THE 24-BIT WAV DOWNLOAD IS LARGE AND MUST BE PURCHASED IN TWO SEPARATE PARTS.

256kbps mp3 download $9.99
24-bit stereo WAV download (part 1) $6.99
 
24-bit stereo WAV download (part 2) $6.99
24-bit stereo / DTS surround DVD, shipped to the US $16.99
16-bit 2-CD disc, shipped to the US $16.99


INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS:
SHIPPING IS EXPENSIVE.
WE STRONGLY SUGGEST
THE 24-BIT DOWNLOAD INSTEAD.

24-bit stereo / DTS surround DVD,
shipped internationally
$26.99

16-bit 2-CD disc,
shipped internationally $26.99

 

An epic tribute to the Greatest Rock And Roll Band In The World - The Rolling Stones!

At two and a half hours, this is longer than a lot of operas, and it is definitely Wagnerian in scope.
Thirty four tracks, some which sound like straight covers, others that will make your jaw drop.

Marty White suggested we do this project, and when the submissions started rolling in, I must admit it changed my mind about the Stones.
I always thought they made great records, records that are part of my DNA. I had never thought about the fact that they had written a ton of great songs. Choosing among them became an embarrassment of riches.

Most of them were written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, who were forced to write songs in 1964 by their manager
because that's where the money was. They had no burning desire to write, and look what they came up with. Amazing.

Even though this is 34 songs spread out over the length of a Hollywood blockbuster, do you realize how many songs we left off?
No "Let's Spend The Night Together"? No "Get Off Of My Cloud"? No "Start Me Up"? The list goes on and on.

So celebrate The Rolling Stones with us and pick up our latest.
If you have a DAC or a computer with a CD burner, download the 24-bit WAV files. You can always make 16-bit CDs or MP3s from them.
If you have a surround system at home, buy the DVD. It includes 24-bit stereo and surround mixes
as well as a link to download the MP3 version of the album.

If you're a compromised Luddite, buy the 16-bit 2-CD set.

If you're a confirmed Luddite, sorry - the vinyl LP version would run to four albums.

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