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'The Rolling Stones in Mono': How 'The World's Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Band' came to be

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One of the joys of discovering a band at the beginning is the sense of open-ended possibility—the tantalizing prospect of imagining where raw talent, good fortune and commitment might eventually lead.

It can be equally intriguing to look at that career path in reverse, something the recently released...


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