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The Andrew Oldham Orchestra (of Rolling Stones fame) - 1. The Rolling Stones Songbook 2. Rarities - Multiple titles - LP's - Various pressings (see description) - 1964/1965

The Andrew Oldham Orchestra (of Rolling Stones fame) - 1. The Rolling Stones Songbook 2. Rarities - Multiple titles - LP's - Various pressings (see description) - 1964/1965

The Andrew Oldham Orchestra (of Rolling Stones fame)

1. The Andrew Oldham Orchestra* – The Rolling Stones Songbook (London Records – MIP-1-9360) made in Canada re-issue LP (stereo) of 1965 album | item is still factory sealed in NEW, untouched condition | Deletion hole in cover.
Blue Turns To Grey
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
You Better Move
Time Is On My Side
Heart Of Stone
As Tears Go By
Play With Fire
Theme For A Rolling Stone
Tell Me (You're Coming Back)
Congratulations
The Last Time

2. The Andrew Oldham Orchestra And Chorus – Rarities (See For Miles Records Ltd. – SEE 36) made in UK 1984 compilation LP | vinyl: NM (mint-) probably unplayed, As New | cover: NM (mint-)
SIDE ONE
1. Originally released on Decca L.P. "16 Hip Hits"
ACL 1180-2/10/64.
2. Originally released on Decca L.P. "16 Hip Hits"
ACL 1180-2/10/64.
3. Originally released on Decca L.P. "16 Hip Hits"
ACL 1180-2/10/64.
4. Originally released on Decca L.P. "16 Hip Hits"
ACL 1180-2/10/64.
5. Originally released on Decca F11829 B-Side of
Animal Duds, M.D. Charlie-Biy Watts - 7/2/64.
ACL 1180-2/10/64.
6. Originally released on Decca F11878-10/4/64.
7. Originally released on Decca L.P. "Maggie May"
(Lionel bart) LK4636-9/10/64.
8. Originally released on Decca F11878 B-Side-
10/4/64.
9. Originally released on Decca F11878 B-Side of To
Know Him, is To Love Him - 2/1/64.
10. Originally released on Decca L.P. "16 Hip Hits"
ACL 1180-2/10/64.

SIDE TWO
1. Originally released on Decca L.P. "The Rolling
Stones Song Book" SKL4796-3/6/66.
2. Originally released on Decca L.P. "The Rolling
Stones Song Book" SKL4796-3/6/66.
3. Originally released on Decca L.P. "The Rolling
Stones Song Book" SKL4796-3/6/66.
4. Originally released on Decca L.P. "The Rolling
Stones Song Book" SKL4796-3/6/66
5. Originally released on Decca L.P. "16 Hip Hits"
ACL1180-2/10/64.
6. Originally released on Decca L.P. "16 Hip Hits"
ACL1180-2/10/64.
7. Originally released on Decca L.P. "The Rolling
Stones Song Book" SKL4796-3/6/66.
8. Originally released on Decca L.P. "Maggie May"
(Lionel bart) LK4636-9/10/64.
9. Originally released on Decca L.P. "Maggie May"
(Lionel bart) LK4636-9/10/64.

Andrew Loog Oldham (born 29 January 1944) is an English record producer, talent manager, impresario and author. He was manager and producer of the Rolling Stones from 1963 to 1967, and was noted for his flamboyant style. A self-proclaimed hustler, Loog Oldham spent teenage summers swindling tourists in French towns. His interest in the pop culture of the 1960s and the Soho coffeehouse scene led to working for Carnaby Street mod designer John Stephen and later as an assistant to then-emerging fashion designer Mary Quant. Oldham became a publicist for British and American musicians and for producer Joe Meek. Among his projects were stints publicizing both Bob Dylan (on his first UK visit) and the Beatles (for Brian Epstein) in early 1963. In April 1963, a journalist friend recommended that Oldham see a young R&B band called the Rolling Stones. Oldham saw potential in the group being positioned as an "anti-Beatles"—a rougher group compared to the "cuddly moptop" image of the Beatles at that time. Oldham, still a teenager, rapidly acquired a seasoned business partner (Eric Easton) and took over management of the Stones who had been informally represented by Giorgio Gomelsky

Artist/ Band (max 3) The Andrew Oldham Orchestra (of Rolling Stones fame)
Multiple Titles Yes
Record Title 1. The Rolling Stones Songbook 2. Rarities
Nr of items 2
Media Source LP's
Release year (oldest) 1964
Release year (youngest) 1965
Condition Near Mint (NM)
Pressing Various pressings (see description)
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