The Rolling Stones

Live in London, 1963-1965

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It's hard to say where most of these "live" tracks were recorded, but a complete lack of audience interference leads one to believe that most of them are actually studio outtakes. Whatever the story may be, some of these early cuts are worth owning, especially "Roll Over Beethoven," "Cry to Me," and a sweet take on Bo Diddley's "Cops and Robbers." Other songs, such as "Down the Road Apiece" and "Route 66," are also strong but pale next to the album versions.