The Rolling Stones, Gods of rock and roll, have been recording music since Rega turntable 1962, and for the last 50 years they have been wowing fans of all ages. They have put out over two dozen studio albums and hundreds of singles, live albums and compilations, featuring dozens of amazing songs that have continued to bring in new fans generation after generation.
Originally from London, England, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards are founding members, and Charlie Watts officially joined the group on drums in 1963 after Tony Chapman's early departure. Joining the band in 1975, Ronnie Wood and the others have been performing together ever since. Assorted other musicians have been a part of the group, but these four men have made rock and roll history, being one of the longest running bands in the industry.
Jagger and Richards began working together on songs early on and found huge success in writing tracks for the band, but in the beginning, they rose in popularity by covering famous American R&B and Blues tracks. Among many others, they have put out albums with hits like '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction', 'Paint It Black', and 'Gimme Shelter' over the decades. The group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989, and has sold upward of 200 million albums across the globe. In 2004, Rolling Stone Magazine ranked the group at number four on the '100 Greatest Artists of All Time', and in 2008, Billboard Magazine listed them at number two on 'The Billboard Hot 100 Top All-Time Artists'.
It is no doubt that these classic rockers continue to deliver after all these years, but when enjoying their music, some would argue which medium is the most fitting.
With Rolling Stones vinyl, you get that timeless rock experience with the organic feeling associated with listening to songs on a record player. Over the years, vinyl has proved to be a timeless medium for music fans, and has lived on because of the unparalleled energy that comes along with playing records and the choice of turntable is just as crucial as the music playing on it. Making them easily attainable for anyone looking to indulge the medium, Rega turntables provide high quality and are relatively affordable; there are so many variant types of turntables, but for a truly authentic feel that accommodates the Stones.
The Stones are just as classic as vinyl records Rega turntable and to hear them on any other medium is to cheat yourself out of a truly amazing experience. Even if you are too young to know what it was like when vinyl dominated the music world, there is such a rich feel to it that should not go unrecognized.