Bonus CD n°36 of Rolling Stone Magazine (January 2006), France Not for Sale.
Complete your Various collection. Written By – Miho Hatori. Mastered at Studio Voltaire, Paris Pressed by MPO Compilation (p) & (c) 2006 Rolling Stone/Cyber Press Publishing.
Archived from the original on May 9, 2006. Retrieved December 11, 2017. Relic, Peter (April 5, 2006). Retrieved January 23, 2018. Pytlik, Mark (April 4, 2006). Hoard, Christian (April 18, 2006). Toby Keith: White Trash with Money". Archived from the original on October 2, 2007. Retrieved January 31, 2018. 36 Crazyfists "Rest Inside The Flames"". Retrieved June 10, 2018.
Rolling Stone's original top 500 includes several live albums, greatest hits compilations, and even some "various artists" compilations and a couple of soundtracks. Some of the compilations were clearly chosen not for their particular worth, but because Rolling Stone felt that the artist's legacy was more than the sum of his studio albums (. The Otis Redding Anthology (147), John Lee Hooker's The Ultimate Collection (375)). The only consistent way to create this list would be to include each and every release by the artist in question, which would result in . Jimi Hendrix having a terrible strike ratio, because of all the cash-in records that were released between the date of his death and 2003. I could fix the list myself, but I would prefer to destroy it; it's a can of worms. Ashley Pomeroy 21:54, 11 January 2007 (UTC). Punctured Bicycle 11:19, 12 January 2007 (UTC).
36. ‘Since I’ve Been Loving You’ (1970). Page spent months on his solo to this epic – then settled on his original demo.
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The Rolling Stones, Milan, Italy, 11 July 2006. Released: 15 January 1965. Label: Decca Records. A few hundred copies were pressed, but the single was withdrawn. These recordings would be included on the album Saturday Club, a compilation of tracks from various artists appearing on the Saturday Club (BBC radio) show of the time.
Alive And Kickin’ – Fats Domino 36. I Am Not Afraid Of You And I Will Beat Your Ass – Yo La Tengo 35. Once Again – John Legend 34.
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|1||–We are Wolves||Little birds|
|3||–The Ordinary Boys||(Little) bubble|
|5||–The Brian Jonestown Massacre||Time is honey (So cut the shit)|
|6||–Morley||Just like you|
|9||–Money Mark||Sleeps With Butterflies|
|10||–Jens Lekman||Maple leaves|
|11||–The Kingsbury Manx||Harness and wheel|
|13||–Minus Story||Ringing in the dark|
|14||–Richard Swift||Half lit|
|15||–The Legendary Shack Shakers||Agony wagon|
|16||–Heavy Trash||Walking bum|
|17||–Charley Patton||A spoonfull blues|