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Can you imagine what the Rolling Stones songs would have sounded like if Mick Jagger and Keith Richards were California boys with acoustic guitars? Would 'Satisfaction', 'Ruby Tuesday', or 'Last Time' been as powerful if they had been played on acoustic guitars and filled with vocal harmonies? Curious?

This week James Lee Stanley and John Batdorf re-releases their landmark album "All Wood And Stones" from 2004.

They took 11 Rolling Stones classics and turned them into something totally unheard of. You don 't have to live in California or play acoustic guitar to be enchanted by "All Wood and Stones" - An amazing collection of Rolling Stones tunes, played on acoustic guitars and ladened with joyous vocal harmonies.

"All Wood And Stones" takes you on a trip. It acts like a time machine. In a single moment you will find yourself hearing the Rolling Stones songs if they had come from a different world. Familiar and completely brand new.

Thanks to Peter Holmstedt - Hemifran


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