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Edit for headphones, February 2022. In 1968 this song charted 6 in the UK, 9 in Ireland, 19 in New Zealand. This edit is by special request, I tried to improve the stereo sound. Enjoy Detlev!

HIGH IN THE SKY
(Anthony King, real name Anthony Frederick Lilly, a.k.a. Ian Langley)

ev'rybody get your feet off the ground
and don't get excited your fate is decided
you don't have to worry when you see me around
don't get excited your fate is decided

but I'm what I'm because of you
come with me that's all you gotta do
I can make your ev'ry dream come true
think of what you would gain from a trip in my plane
my plane

we'll fly high in the sky
where rainbows go by leave troubles behind
we'll fly high in the sky
girl just you and I we're two of a kind

you're the woman who was meant for me
you're the woman who was sent for me
and the lovin' time you spend with me
would be heavenly if you'd only be mine
be mine

we'll fly high in the sky
where rainbows go by leave troubles behind
we'll fly high in the sky
girl just you and I we're two of a kind

you're the one who makes me dream at night
when you see me girl you're out of sight
won't you come and help me fly my kite
give a little sign say you wanna be mine
be mine

we'll fly high in the sky
where rainbows go by leave troubles behind
we'll fly high in the sky
girl just you and I we're two of a kind

we'll fly high in the sky
where rainbows go by leave troubles behind
we'll fly high in the sky
girl just you and I we're two of a kind

we'll fly high in the sky
where rainbows go by leave...

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11 hours ago

Edit for headphones, December 2021, to enjoy the song more intensely, especially the stunning bass. A song of the 1972 album "Harvest" (2014 Pono remaster). "The Stray Gators" were the studio session musicians who worked with Neil Young on this album, among whom was the famous Jack Nitzsche, known for his collaboration on many songs of The Rolling Stones. A few stunning songs from one of Jack Nitzsche's albums are here: https://youtu.be/3-7dzTg-ikY
The others were Tim Drummond on bass, Kenny Buttrey on drums, Ben Keith on pedal steel guitar. The high pitched voice you hear maybe is Linda Ronstadt. James Taylor and Linda Ronstadt sang backup during the sessions, they were in town to appear on The Johnny Cash Show.

New York magazine The Village Voice named Neil Young '70s Artist Of The Decade.

OLD MAN
(Neil Young)

old man look at my life
I'm a lot like you were
old man look at my life
I'm a lot like you were

old man look at my life
twenty four and there's so much more
live alone in a paradise
that makes me think of two

love lost such a cost
give me things that don't get lost
like a coin that won't get tossed
rollin' home to you

old man take a look at my life I'm a lot like you
I need someone to love me the whole day through
ah one look in my eyes and you can tell that's true

lullabies look in your eyes
run around the same old town
doesn't mean that much to me
to mean that much to you

I've been first and last
look at how the time goes past
but I'm all alone at last
flowing home to you

old man take a look at my life I'm a lot like you
I need someone to love me the whole day through
ah one look in my eyes and you can tell that's true

old man look at my life
I'm a lot like you were
old man look at my life
I'm a lot like you were

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11 hours ago

Edit 2 for headphones, January 2022. Source of the edit is the song on cd one of the four cd bootleg box set "Black Box" by Yellow Dog (YD 046).
Recorded February 4, 1964, unofficially released on the Russian cd "Metamorphosis", label: Stress Record – cat.nr.: fj-2000.
Harmonica: Brian Jones. Piano: Ian Stewart. Guitars: Keith Richards & Phil Spector. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Percussion: Mick Jagger, Gene Pitney & Graham Nash (?).

MR SPECTOR AND MR PITNEY CAME TOO
(Nanker-Phelge/Phil Spector)

instrumental

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11 hours ago

Edit (bluesy) for headphones, December 2020. This is an edit of song nr.9 of the bootleg "Abkco 1969 copyright preservation uploads" by Frankenstein Productions (FP 058). Recorded in the Olympic Sound Studio, London, March-April 1969.

LOVE IN VAIN
(Robert Johnson)

I went down to the station
with my suitcase in my hand
oh I went down to the station
with my suitcase in my hand
whoa, it's hard to tell, it's hard to tell
when all your love's in vain
all my love's in vain

when down at the station
and I looked her in the eye
woh the train pulled in the station
and I looked her in the eye
whoa, I felt so sad so lonesome
that I could not help but cry so lonesome I could cry
all my love's in vain

when the train left the station
had two lights on behind
when the train left the station
it had two lights on behind
well, the blue light was my baby
and the red light was my mind
all my love's in vain

all my love's in vain

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11 hours ago

Edit for headphones. Just some more bass.
Real nice cover of the Rolling Stones composition.
This shows how it would have sounded if Nick de Caro had stayed home that day...
From their ep "On Golden Smog".
https://www.discogs.com/artist/402891-Golden-Smog
http://www.amazon.com/On-Golden-Smog/dp/B0000009VL

Backstreet Girl (Jagger/Richards)

I don't want you to be high
I don't want you to be down
don't want to tell you no lie
just want you to be around
please come right up to my ears
you will be able to hear what I say

don't want you out in my world
just you be my backstreet girl

please don't be part of my life
please keep yourself to yourself
please don't you bother my wife
that way you won't get no help
don't try to ride on my horse
you're rather common coarse anyway

don't want you out in my world
just you be my backstreet girl

please don't you call on the phone
please don't come knocking at night
please never call me at home
your manners were never quite right
please take the favors I grant
curtsy and look nonchalant, just for me

don't want you out in my world
just you be my backstreet girl
just you be my backstreet girl

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1 day, 16 hours ago

Edit for headphones. Source file of this edit is the version of this song on the album "The Lovin' Spoonful Anthology" by Rhino Records.
"Pow!" was used as the opening theme of Woody Allen's first feature film, "What's Up, Tiger Lily"; the band also composed and played instrumental music for the film and appeared in some live performance sequences in the film, reportedly added during post-production without Allen's knowledge or consent. After that Allen decided to buy even bigger black glasses... bigger, blacker, stronger...

P O W !
(Joe Butler-John Sebastian-Steve Boone-Zal Yanovsky)

I've always been the guy with a finger in his nose
when the passport picture gets taken
when the big guys took me out stealin' chickens
it was me caught holdin' the bacon
when they're droppin' a piano from the 47th floor
I'm the guy underneath it lookin' up
and when the tidal wave strikes 100 miles at sea
I'm always at the rail throwin' up

whee, ker-pow!
somehow I would've met you anyhow
you fix it up and then, oh holy cow
you folks are gonna see me now

I was standing in an artsy fartsy uptown restaurant
a few frozen dinners ago
when I stumbled on a waiter full of crêpe suzettes
and I ran out the door flambeau
then I ran down to Chinatown got myself some soy sauce
and grabbed some moo goo gai pan to go
when I got wiped out by a stray beansprout
that was landin' on the floor

whee, ker-pow!
somehow I would've met you anyhow
you fix it up and then, oh holy cow
you folks are gonna see me now

well, I finally got so fed up I was off to blow my head off
with the gun in the cash box at the store
then I thought I'd grab a fistful just in case I weren't successful
but instead I got my tie caught in the drawer
when you're riding down the road at 100 miles an hour
and a guy's ahead hitchin' someplace
honey, don't you be surprised, I'll be wipin' out my eyes
as you pass me, leavin' dust in my face

whee, ker-pow!
somehow I would've met you anyhow
you fix it up and then, oh holy cow
you folks are gonna see me now

whee, ker-pow!
somehow I would've met you anyhow
you fix it up and then, oh holy cow
you folks are gonna see me now
 

1 day, 17 hours ago

Edit for headphones, March 2022. A song from the 1999 album "The Lovin' Spoonful Live at the Hotel Seville".
The songs were recorded in 1999 during great, real live performance at the Hotel Seville in Harrison, Arkansas USA. In 1966 the original single charted nr. 87 in the USA and nr. 85 in Canada.
Joe Butler - vocals, guitars, autoharp, percussion.
Jerry Yester - guitars, vocals.
Lena Yester - keyboards, vocals.
Steve Boone - bass.
Mike Arturi - drums.

FULL MEASURE
(John Sebastian/Steve Boone)

the full measure of your giving
you don't yet understand
it's a cupful of living
that you hold in your hand

the full weight of your loving
makes me lighter than air
the tax on receiving
I know that it never was there

it started off just sticking around
to give that wonderful feeling from you
now there's fin'ly someone telling me
that I can really give too

I know that you know the feeling
that getting something for nothing is wrong
getting love is so easy
giving love takes so long

it started off just stickin' around
to give that wonderful feeling from you
now there's fin'ly someone telling me
that I can really give too, to you, to you, to you

I've heard them saying at Christmas
now I can say it too
the feeling of giving
t'is just as good as I'm getting from you
I said t'is as good as I'm getting from you
t'is as good as I'm getting from you

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1 day, 17 hours ago

edit for headphones. if someone would say this is Brian Jones anonymously playing harmonica on a song with this Dutch group, I'd say I always thought so... a Dutch gem from long ago that deserves to be on Youtube. Buy their album "Save our souls" if you like this
(this one is mp3 source, so sorry, not the best quality)(the sound engineers Albert Kos en Gerard Beckers did a perfect job on this album)

Recorded May 1967

Willem Schoone: bass
Rob Hoeke: piano, organ, harmonica (he's the one with the sunglasses)
Frans Hoeke: guitar, harmonica
Martin Rudelsheim: drums
John Schuursma: sologuitar

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2 days, 14 hours ago

Edit for headphones. This an extended edit - for the fade out of the single version is just way too short (shame on you, sound engineer!) - of the stereo album version (4.25) to have it sound like the single version (2.55). I removed the "hickup" error of the single's version at 2.35 where the engineer forgot to cut the last part of the word "well". (For that last part was just copied from the first part, I think.)

From their second album "The Second" (wonder where they got that idea from), released in 1968. The group wrote the song based on the bass line their bass player, Rushton Moreve, came up with. The only words he had written for it were, "I like my job, I like my baby." Lead singer John Kay wrote the rest of the lyrics. He got inspired when he put the demo tape in a home stereo system he bought with the royalties from their first album. That's where he came up with the line, "I like to dream, right between my sound machine."

John Kay: lead vocals, rhythm guitar (1967–1972; 1974–1976; 1980–present)
Michael Wilk: keyboards (1982–present)
Ron Hurst: drums (1984–present)
Danny Johnson: lead guitar, backing vocals (1996–present)
Rushton Moreve (born John Rushton Morey): bass guitar (1967–1968; 1978)
Gary Link: bass guitar (1982–1984; 2009–present)

MAGIC CARPET RIDE
(John Kay and Rushton Moreve)

I like to dream yes, yes, right between my sound machine
on a cloud of sound I drift in the night
any place it goes is right
goes far, flies near, to the stars away from here

well, you don't know what we can find
why don't you come with me little girl
on a magic carpet ride
you don't know what we can see
why don't you tell your dreams to me
fantasy will set you free
close your eyes girl, look inside girl
let the sound take you away

last night I held Aladdin's lamp
and so I wished that I could stay
before the thing could answer me
someone came and took the lamp away
I looked around, a lousy candle's all I found

well, you don't know what we can find
why don't you come with me little girl
on a magic carpet ride
well, you don't know what we can see
why don't you tell your dreams to me
fantasy will set you free
close your eyes girl, look inside girl
let the sound take you away

don't know what we can find
why don't you come with me little girl
on a magic carpet ride
you don't know what we can see
why don't you tell your dreams to me
fantasy will set you free
close your eyes girl, look inside girl
let the sound take you away

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2 days, 14 hours ago

Edit (alt.) for headphones, April 2021. The organ sound is much more prominent in this version. Real funny surprising intro. Source of the edit is track 14 on cd 1 of the album "Pearl" (remastered legacy edition). "Pearl" was released in 1971, it is Janis' second and final solo studio album, released posthumously on January 11, 1971, three months after her death on October 4, 1970. It was the final album with her direct participation, and the only Joplin album recorded with the Full Tilt Boogie Band, her final touring unit. It peaked at number one on the US Billboard 200, holding that spot for nine weeks. It has been certified quadruple platinum.

CRY BABY
(Jerry Ragovoy/Bert Berns)

cry baby, cry baby, cry baby

welcome back home
I know she told you
I know she told you that she loved you
much more than I did
but I know she left you
and you swear that you just don't know why
well honey I swear I'll always be around
if you ever want me come on and

cry, cry baby, cry baby, cry baby yeah
oh like you always seem to do

don't you know
honey nobody ever gonna love you
the way I try to do
who'll be willing to take your pain
and all your heartache too?
honey I swear I'll always, always be around
if you ever want me come on and

cry, cry baby, cry baby yeah, cry baby
oh, daddy, welcome back home, yeah

I know when you're shopping around baby
she says the grass always looks greener
when you're looking over there
in somebody else's back yard
so I know what you're tryin' to tell me
when you say my my my my
I gotta go out shopping for my life
I gotta find my, my own true third eye fine christian identity
out there in the road there
and although may be comfortable here
sleeping in your nice bed with all those satin sheets
and all that fur and eating all that chicken
getting stoned having a good time
I have to go and (...?) it
I have to go to Africa
or I have to go to Omaha
or some place like that
I have to find myself, you know what I mean
so he just (...?) me and walkin' around
the f*ckin' highways of America
with a pack on his back
looking for his identity, right?

but I wanna say baby don't you know
you left your mama her home?
you're like a good lovin' mama right here home
and that should be identity enough for any man, ha ha

so I said baby, he he
I know that you're gonna come home to me someday
and I'll be the one to tell when you walk in my front door
I just do believe that I just look in your eyes
said lord let he finally realize
so you can push your head on my shoulder baby
cause I know you got some more tears to share
come on let it go
so come on, come on, come on, come on, come on, honey

cry, cry baby, cry baby, cry
honey you got some more tears to share
honey don't let nothing stand in your way, baby
you have nothing to fear from me
you don't have to wait there
you can just let it go baby, come on

honey cry, cry, wow, cry to me baby

2 days, 14 hours ago

Edit (ya ya) for headphones. A song of the album "Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!" 40th anniversary deluxe remastered edition, with 4 cd's and 1 dvd, released in 2009. This one is not on the regular 1970 album release. "Ya-Ya's" was recorded November 1969 in New York City's Madison Square Garden and in the Baltimore Civic Center, Maryland. A huge success, often cited as one of the greatest live albums of all time. It was the last Rolling Stones concert with Stones members only (no backing musicians). It was the first live album to reach number 1 in the UK. #2 in Holland and Australia, #3 in Canada and Norway, #6 in Germany and the US. In the US over a million copies were sold.

Mick Jagger: vocals & harmonica on "Midnight Rambler". Keith Richards: guitars, backing vocals. Mick Taylor: guitars. Bill Wyman: bass. Charlie Watts: drums. Ian Stewart: piano on "Carol," "Little Queenie," and "Honky Tonk Women".
Recording and mixing engineer: Glyn Johns.

PRODIGAL SON
(Robert Wilkins)(early pressings of "Ya-Ya's" noted Jagger/Richard)

well a poor boy took his father's bread and started down the road
started down the road
took all he had and started down the road
going out in this world, where God only knows
and that'll be the way to get along

well poor boy spent all he had, famine come in the land
famine come in the land
spent all he had and famine come in the land
said, "I believe I'll go and hire me to some man"
and that'll be the way I'll get along

well, man said, "I'll give you a job for to feed my swine
for to feed my swine
I'll give you a job for to feed my swine"
boy stood there and hung his head and cried
`cause that is no way to get along

said, "I believe I'll ride, believe I'll go back home
believe I'll go back home
believe I'll ride, believe I'll go back home
or down the road as far as I can go"
and that'll be the way to get along

well, father said, "See my son coming home to me
coming home to me"
father ran and fell down on his knees
said, "Sing and praise, Lord have mercy on me"
mercy

oh poor boy stood there, hung his head and cried
hung his head and cried
poor boy stood and hung his head and cried
said, "Father will you look on me as a child?"
yeah

well father said, "Eldest son, kill the fatted calf,
call the family round
kill that calf and call the family round
my son was lost but now he is found
'cause that's the way for us to get along"
hey

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2 days, 15 hours ago

Edit 1a for headphones. Dubbed video. Some real deep & soft bass parts, dulcimer and harpsichord real wide spread etc. "Lady Jane" is from the awesome album "Aftermath", the best Stones album ever, with Brian Jones at his musical peak. Source file of the edit is from the Japanese mini lp cd "Aftermath".
Recorded March 6 - 9, 1966. Released on "Aftermath" in 1966. Please buy the album, support the artists.
Dulcimer: Brian Jones. Harpsichord: Jack Nitzsche. Acoustic guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards. Vocals: Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. This video is elsewhere with Jagger singing live, the band syncing.

LADY JANE
(Jagger/Richards)

My sweet lady Jane
When I see you again
Your servant am I
And will humbly remain

Just heed this plea my love
On bended knees my love
I pledge myself to Lady Jane

My dear lady Anne
I've done what I can
I must take my leave
For promised I am
This play is run my love
Your time has come my love
I've pledged my troth to Lady Jane

Oh my sweet Marie
I wait at your ease
The sands have run out
For your lady and me

Wedlock is nigh my love
Her station's right my love
Life is secure with lady Jane

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2 days, 15 hours ago

Edit 2a for headphones (December 2020). Dubbed video. This edit and getting it fit into the video was a long process. Hope you like it. There's no live video of the Stones performing this song, so you'll have to do with this "weird" edit.
Autoharp: Brian Jones.
Recorded May 12, 1965, released on "Got Live If You Want It", December 10, 1966.
Source file of the edit: "More Hot Rocks", Japanese mini lp (uicy-93033/4).

I'VE BEEN LOVING YOU TOO LONG
(Otis Redding)

I've been loving you, too long, to stop now
you were tied, and you, want to be free
my love is growing stronger as you become a habit to me
I've been loving you, a little, too long, I can't stop now

with you my life, has been so wonderful, I can't stop now

you were tied and your love is growing cold
my love is growing stronger, as our affair, affair grows old

I've been loving you, my, my, my, my, a little too long
I don't wanna stop now, oh, oh

I've been loving you, little too long, I can't stop now
oh, oh, I can't, I can't stop now
don't make me stop me now
it's too late, it's too late, it's too late

I can't stop, I can't stop now
don't leave me, don't leave me, don't leave me now, my, my, my
I can't, I can't stop loving you now, no, no, no
my, my, my, my, my, my...

(NB Metrolyrics.com was the only one with almost exact lyrics.)

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2 days, 15 hours ago

edit for headphones
get a little taste of how zappa sounds
from the album "weasels ripped my flesh"

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4 days, 12 hours ago

Edit 2 (alt.st.) for headphones. Source file is a bonus song from "The Kink Kontroversy" (1998 remastered ESM CD 507). A 1966 #1 hit in Holland and New Zealand*, #4 in the UK, #11 in Canada and Germany, #36 in the United Snails eh States and Australia.

Ray Davies claimed that the song was inspired by a fight he had with a fashion designer at a party. "I got pissed off with [a fashion designer at a party] always going on about fashion. I was just saying you don't have to be anything; you decide what you want to be and you just walk down the street and if you're good the world will change as you walk past. I just wanted it to be the individual who created his own fashion. According to a 2011 NME interview with Ray Davies, despite its fey overtones, the song is actually a scathing attack on a fop who made fun of the singer's trousers.

About the guitar sound on this song:

When Ray Davies wrote "You Really Got Me" in March 1964, it was a very different song to the version the Kinks ended up recording. One of Ray’s first compositions, it was initially envisaged as "a tribute to all those great blues people [he] loved: Lead Belly and Big Bill Broonzy." But, the laid-back jazz-blues number took on a different dimension when Dave Davies started playing a line intended for saxophone on his guitar.

Even with Davies’ driving guitar part in place, the song still hadn’t fully taken shape by the time the Kinks came to record it later that year. The first version, recorded in June 1964 was slower and less emphatic and, according to Dave Davies, covered in a reverb by producer Shel Talmy that all-but-buried the guitar.

Ray Davies petitioned for the song to be re-recorded and, later in the summer, the Kinks went back into the studio for a second pass. It was then that Dave Davies presented the band with a new guitar sound; one born of anger and frustration that transformed the record.

Dave Davies: "My childhood sweetheart Sue got pregnant and we wanted to get married. But our parents said we were too young and they split us up. I was a rebellious, angry kid anyway, but that had a profound effect on me. I was full of rage. A little later, I was very depressed and fooling around with a razor blade. I could easily have slashed my wrists, but I had a little green amplifier, an Elpico, that was sounding crap. I thought, "I'll teach it" – and slashed the speaker cone. It changed the sound of my guitar. Then, when I wired that amp up to another, a Vox AC30, it made it a lot, lot louder."

The sound of the slashed-up Elpico was the breakthrough that the song needed: released in August 1964, "You Really Got Me" was the first Kinks single to top the UK charts.

DEDICATED FOLLOWER OF FASHION
(Raymond Douglas Davies)

They seek him here, they seek him there
His clothes are loud, but never square
It will make or break him so he's got to buy the best
'Cause he's a dedicated follower of fashion

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4 days, 13 hours ago

Edit for headphones. From their 1969 album "Instant Replay" (Deluxe Edition - cd one with stereo mixes). Just like "Last Train To Clarksville" this one was by the songwriting duo Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart. Written in 1966, but released in February 1969. It has that "Clarksville" feel, which I very much like. Releasing it years later probably was in hopes of recapturing some of the old magic. Charted #27 in Canada, #28 in Australia, #44 in the UK, #56 in the USA. In 1967 The Monkees sold more records than the Beatles and The Rolling Stones combined, they even toured that year with Jimi Hendrix as opening act. In 1969 these charts results were a sign of the group's waning popularity.

Song review by Matthew Greenwald: "Originally recorded as a potential follow-up single to the Monkees' smash-hit debut "Last Train to Clarksville," "Tear Drop City" is a virtual clone or graft of that song. The funky, countrified, and descending electric guitar riff from Gerry McGee, the echoing harmonies, stop-start arrangement, and even the utilization of a city name in the title clearly bear this out. Nevertheless, it has a strong 1966 period charm. Unfortunately, the song didn't get released until 1969, and died stillborn on the pop charts."

There ís a video of the Monkees dubbing this song, but I decided to use photos only, for the video is such a sad sight: three guys (Peter Tork departed December 1968) acting like monkees in a desparate attempt to get the attention of teenagers... so sad... https://youtu.be/lFyp_Xc6J9o

TEAR DROP CITY
(Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart)

and I know that I did her wrong at the wrong time
it's plain to see, she's down on me
and I know she'll feel that way for a long time

I was high on top, but I didn't know it
tell me why did I have to go and blow it?
I used my lines too many times
and now I got a battered, hurt heart to show it

took me too long to discover
how much I really love her
how'd I ever end up in this bag?
what a drag!

there she goes, looking for greener clover
no one knows what it's like till it's over
without a doubt, I just found out
and I suppose I never did get to know here
tear drop city
tear drop city

took me too long to dicover
how much I really love her
how'd I ever end up in this bag?
what a drag?

'bout as low as I've felt in a long time
I'm 'bout as low as I've felt in a long time
'bout as low as I felt in a long time

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4 days, 14 hours ago

Edit 1a (live montreux) for headphones. 18th May 1972, Montreux, Switzerland, Rialto Theater, rehearsals for
the upcoming US-tour. Filmed by German Radio Bremen TV for Beat-Club broadcast of May 27 that year.

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4 days, 14 hours ago

edit for headphones. A Sam Cooke cover, # 8 in Holland, # 6 in the UK in 1969 (b-side "Hold me tight" was released in 1968 with "Cupid" as b-side). Cooke composed the song in 1961 and had a # 7 hit with it in the UK. Though I don't very much like reggae - I sort of dispise Bob Marley - I like Johnny Nash's cover better than Sam Cooke's original. Mind the great backing vocals, and especially the backing vocals overdub starting at 1.58, wow.

CUPID
(Sam Cooke)

Cupid, draw back your bow
and let your arrow flow
straight to my lover's heart for me
no nobody else but me hey hey hey

Cupid, please hear my cry
and let your arrow fly
straight to my lover's heart for me

listen I don't want to bother you but I'm in distress
there's danger of me loosing all of my happiness
for I love a girl who doesn't know I exist
oh and this you can fix, sooo

Cupid draw back your bow
and let your arrow flow
straight to my lover's heart for me
nobody else but me hey hey hey

Cupid please hear my cry
and let your arrow fly
straight to my lover's heart for me

now Cupid if your arrow makes her love strong for me
well I swear I'm gonna love her until eternity
I know that 'tween the both of us her heart we can steal
Cupid help me if you will, sooo

Cupid draw back your bow
and let your arrow flow
straight to my lover's heart for me
no nobody else but me hey hey hey

Cupid please hear my cry
and let your arrow fly
straight to my lover's heart for me
hey hey Cupid, Cupid I'm calling
don't you hear me Cupid, Cupid I'm calling you
Cupid, Cupid I'm calling you
oh Cupid, Cupid I'm calling you

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4 days, 15 hours ago

Edit for headphones. A 1964 Frank Zappa and Ray Collins* composition. It is the guitar solo at 1:10 that prooves this is a Zappa thing. Must be Zappa playing. The song is from the album "Cucamonga Years - The early years of Frank Zappa" (MSI 10037).
The Heartbreakers: Chicano (= Mexican origine) duet of brothers Benny and Joe Rodriguez, from Roosevelt High School in the Boyle Heights section of East Los Angeles, California. Best known for their 1963 hit single, "Cradle Rock" https://youtu.be/TL7Sk1rwqgk.

The source file - though in flac format - is not of the best quality, sorry. Has some cracky moments here and there...

* lead singer in the early years of The Mothers of Invention

EVERYTIME I SEE YOU
(Frank Zappa/Ray Collins)

every time I see you, Whenever you walk by
I want to hold you, darling, please let me try

darling, I love you, I really do
darling, I want you, let me be true
I want to hold you

every time I see you

if you would love me, we'd never, never part
we would be lovers, heart unto heart

darling, I love you, I really do.
darling, I want you, let me be true.
I want to hold you

every time I see you

if you would love me, We'd never, never part
we would be lovers, heart unto heart

darling, I love you, I really do.
Darling, I want you, let me be true.
I want to hold you

every time I see you
every time I see you
every time I see you
every time I see you
every time I see you

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4 days, 15 hours ago

Edit for headphones. The source file of this edit is on the Japanese remastered album "Hollies" (wpcr 15417), which says it is an alternate stereo version (bonus track). The Hollies' first US hit (no 32 in 1966), no 5 in the UK, no 12 in Holland.

Original line-up:
Allan Clarke: lead vocals, guitar, harmonica
Graham Nash: vocals, guitar
Vic Steele: guitar
Eric Haydock: bass
Don Rathbone: drums

Classic line-up:
Allan Clarke: lead vocals, guitar, harmonica
Graham Nash: vocals, guitar
Tony Hicks: vocals, guitar, banjo, mandolin, bass, sitar, keyboards
Bernie Calvert: bass, keyboards
Bobby Elliott: drums

LOOK THROUGH ANY WINDOW
(Graham Gouldman - Charles Silverman)

look through any window, yeah, what do you see
smilin' faces all around, rushin' through the busy town

where do they go?
movin' on their way
walkin' down the highways and the by ways

where do they go?
movin' on their way
ah people with their shy ways and their sly ways

oh, you can see the little children all around
oh, you can see the little ladies in their gowns when you

look through any window, yeah, any time a day
see the drivers on the roads, pullin' down the heavy loads

where do they go?
movin' on their way
a drivin' down highways and the by ways

where do they go?
movin' on their way
a drivers with their shy ways and their sly ways

oh, you can see the little children all around
oh, you can see the little ladies in their gowns when you

look through any window, yeah, what do you see
smiling faces all around, rushin' through the busy town

where do they go?
movin' on their way, movin' on their way, movin' on their way, oooh

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4 days, 15 hours ago

Edit for headphones. Dubbed video. The only decent version of this song - so with the least distortion - that I could find is on "No Stone Unturned + 7 bonus tracks" SKL5173. I tried to process it, but it is a difficult one to handle because of the bad recording quality. Hope you still like it.
Recorded on November 15, 1963, and released in the UK on the EP "The Rolling Stones" in January of 1964. Released in the US in 1972 on "More Hot Rocks". Yes, that's eight years later.

Harmonica: Brian Jones. Backing vocals: Brian Jones, Keith Richards and Bill Wyman. Lead vocals: Mick Jagger. Electric guitar: Keith Richards. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts.

MONEY
(Berry Gordy/Janie Bradford) *

The best things in life are free
Look I'll give 'em to the birds and bees
I want money (that's what I want)
Yeah, that's what I want (oh yeah, that's what I want)
That's what I want, oh yeah (that's what I want)
That's what I want (oh yeah, that's what I want)

Money don't buy everything it's true
What it don't buy I can't use
I want money (that's what I want)
Oh come on baby (oh yeah, that's what I want)
That's what I want, whoa oh (that's what I want)
That's what I want (oh yeah, that's what I want)

Yeah, yeah, yeah

You love give me such a thrill
But you love won't pay my bills
I want money (that's what I want)
Yeah (oh yeah, that's what I want)
That's what I want, o yeah (that's what I want)
That's what I want (oh yeah, that's what I want)

Yeah give me money, yeah, yeah, yeah (that's what I want)
Lots of money, yeah, yeah, yeah (oh yeah, that's what I
want)
If you want me to love you (that's what I want)
Give me money (oh yeah, that's what I want)
If you want me to squeeze you (that's what I want)
Give me money (oh yeah, that's what I want)
That's what I want, oh yeah (that's what I want)
That's what I want (oh yeah, that's what I want)

Give me money
Come on baby
Lots of money
Yeah now
If you want me to love you
Give me money
If you want me to hold you

That's what I want
Come on baby
Give me what I want

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* "Money (That's What I Want)" is a 1959 hit single by Barrett Strong for the Tamla label, distributed nationally on Anna Records. The song was written by Tamla founder Berry Gordy and Janie Bradford, and became the first hit record for Gordy's Motown enterprise.

4 days, 15 hours ago

Edit for headphones, December 2021. An edit of the song of the 1972 album "Harvest" (2014 Pono remaster).
About Pono: Pono (Hawaiian for "proper" or "righteousness") was a portable digital media player and music download service for high-resolution audio, developed by Neil Young and his company PonoMusic.

Neil Young recorded this song at at Nashville's Quadrafonic Sound Studios in April 1971. He laid it down with a group of country session musicians, which he christened "The Stray Gators".

In the book "Zero To Sixty" Neil explained that this song isn't necessarily a sad one, as the singer is disguising his happiness. Regarding the lines: 'Can't relate to joy, he tries to speak and can't begin to say' he said: "That just means that I'm happy so that I can't get it all out. But... the way I wrote it sounds sad."

OUT ON THE WEEKEND
(Neil Young)

think I'll pack it in and
buy a pick-up
take it down to L.A.

find a place to call my own and try to fix up
start a brand new day

the woman I'm thinking of she
loved me all up
but I'm so down today

she's so fine she's in my mind
I hear her calling

see the lonely boy out on the weekend
trying to make it pay
can't relate to joy
he tries to speak and
can't begin to say

she got pictures on the wall they make me look up
from her big brass bed

now I'm running down the road
trying to stay up
somewhere in her head

the woman I'm thinking of she
loved me all up
but I'm so down today

she's so fine she's in my mind
I hear her calling

see the lonely boy
out on the weekend
trying to make it pay

can't relate to joy
he tries to speak and
can't begin to say, oh

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4 days, 15 hours ago

Edit 2b for headphones (slight different video). Lyrics were written by Brian Jones & Keith Richards, with the music written by Brian Jones, but he was never credited. *

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* Youtuber Fallen Angel wrote:
* Youtuber Fallen Angel wrote:
Although they perpetrated many abuses against Brian Jones, the manner in which Jagger and Richards denied Jones a writing credit for 'Ruby Tuesday' stands as a glaring example of their rapacious thuggery. For the facts regarding the creation of 'Ruby Tuesday' are (a) that the song is based on a descant (a trebly melody) that Jones wrote and played to the band when they were in the studio, (b) that when Richards heard that melody, he co-wrote a piano accompaniment with Jones and then added lyrics, (c) that the song was ultimately composed by Jones and Richards, with Jones having written better than 60% of the song, and (d) that, whereas Jagger receives a co-writing credit, he actually contributed absolutely nothing to the composition of the song. When the song was released it was obvious to anyone who heard it that, though Jagger sang the vocal line, the most prominent element was not his vocal, but rather the extraordinarily beautiful, wistful, slightly Elizabethan descant that Brian Jones wrote and performed on the recorder. It is also Jones who plays the piano that underlines the verses. Thus, upon its release, it was the infectious melody that Jones wrote and performed that sent 'Ruby Tuesday' to the top of charts around the world. However, in spite of the fact that it is patently obvious that Brain Jones had a huge hand in the composition of 'Ruby Tuesday,' the song's authorship, from the time of its original release in 1966 through the present day, has been credited to Jagger/Richards. Thus, it is clear that in maintaining the deception as to the song's true authorship, Jagger and Richards have not only denied Jones a rightful credit for co-writing 'Ruby Tuesday', but have also effectively prevented him (and subsequently his estate) from earning any royalties from the enormous sales that the song has generated. What could have prompted Jagger and Richards to deny Brian Jones the writing credit that he justly deserved for essentially writing 'Ruby Tuesday'?... Were they motivated by greed?... Did they deny Jones a writing credit in order to steal his money? YES and NO... As they had already attained considerable success and wealth as songwriters before 'Ruby Tuesday' was written and released it seems, rather than monetary greed, that the motivation on the part of Jagger and Richards to deny Jones a writing credit for 'Ruby Tuesday' was most certainly born out of their greed for power and control over the Rolling Stones. Of course the TRUTH is that, whereas Jagger and Richards have appropriated both all of the credit and all of the royalties for the Rolling Stones catalogue of original songs, the simple fact is that Brian Jones, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts, Mick Taylor and several other musicians (most prominently, Billy Preston) have all made significant contributions (albeit, un-credited) to the writing of some of the best known Rolling Stones songs. However, beyond their greed for power and control, the element that motivated Jagger and Richards in 1966 to deny Brain Jones a song writing credit for 'Ruby Tuesday is the same element that motivates them today: the unbridled hatred, spite and malice that they developed in the early days of the band towards Jones, simply because it was Jones (not Jagger or Richards) who invented both The Rolling Stones and the lifestyle for which they have been known, and widely celebrated, for well over fifty-years. Motivated by the hatred that they've held against Jones since the very early days of the band, Jagger and Richards have determined not only to deny Jones credit for his musical compositions, but, above all, to deny him any credit for being the creator, conceptualizer and originator of the Rolling Stones. To that end, when Brian was alive, they constantly bullied, humiliated, belittled and physically attacked Jones in order to demoralize him, and thus deter him from playing any role within the band that would further his enormous creative contribution to the artistic legacy of the Rolling Stones. He plunged into the deep depression which, along with other factors, ultimately led to his death.

4 days, 15 hours ago

Edit (alt.t.) for headphones. Source file is a bonus song from "The Kink Kontroversy" (1998 Remastered). A 1966 # 1 hit in Holland, # 1 in New Zealand*, # 4 in the UK, # 36 in the United Snails eh States; # 36 in Australia, # 11 in Canada, # 11 inGermany.

Ray Davies claimed that the song was inspired by a fight he had with a fashion designer at a party. "I got pissed off with [a fashion designer at a party] always going on about fashion. I was just saying you don't have to be anything; you decide what you want to be and you just walk down the street and if you're good the world will change as you walk past. I just wanted it to be the individual who created his own fashion. According to a 2011 NME interview with Ray Davies, despite its fey overtones, the song is actually a scathing attack on a fop who made fun of the singer's trousers.

DEDICATED FOLLOWER OF FASHION
(Raymond Douglas Davies)

They seek him here, they seek him there
His clothes are loud, but never square
It will make or break him so he's got to buy the best
'Cause he's a dedicated follower of fashion

And when he does his little rounds
'Round the boutiques of London Town
Eagerly pursuing all the latest fads and trends
'Cause he's a dedicated follower of fashion

Oh yes he is (oh yes he is), oh yes he is (oh yes he is)
He thinks he is a flower to be looked at
And when he pulls his frilly nylon panties right up tight
He feels a dedicated follower of fashion

Oh yes he is (oh yes he is), oh yes he is (oh yes he is)
There's one thing that he loves and that is flattery
One week he's in polka-dots, the next week he is in stripes
'Cause he's a dedicated follower of fashion

They seek him here, they seek him there
In Regent Street and Leicester Square
Everywhere the Carnabetian army marches on
Each one an dedicated follower of fashion

Oh yes he is (oh yes he is), oh yes he is (oh yes he is)
His world is built 'round discotheques and parties
This pleasure-seeking individual always looks his best
'Cause he's a dedicated follower of fashion

Oh yes he is (oh yes he is), oh yes he is (oh yes he is)
He flits from shop to shop just like a butterfly
In matters of the cloth he is as fickle as can be
'Cause he's a dedicated follower of fashion
He's a dedicated follower of fashion
He's a dedicated follower of fashion

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5 days, 8 hours ago

Not an edit. Another great song from John Sebastian's 1974 album "Tarzana Kid". Though the album was a commercial failure and did not chart it contains some amazingly beautiful precious gems you really wouldn't want to miss; smashingly well done sound, proving John is a master in sound recording and a great musician. A genious. I heard a lot of sixties and seventies albums and the major part has a poor sound quality. John stands out from the crowd! A seventy four year old album that sounds like being recorded seventy four minutes ago... More songs of this album are on this channel...

Personnel on the album:

John Sebastian – vocals, guitar, harmonica, autoharp, banjo, marimba, harmonica, dulcimer
Phil Everly – backing vocals
Emmylou Harris – backing vocals
Ry Cooder – mandolin, slide guitar
The Pointer Sisters – backing vocals
Lowell George – slide guitar, guitar, harmony vocals
Jim Gordon – drums
Kenny Altman – bass
Milt Holland – drums
Amos Garrett – guitar
Russell DaShiell – guitar
Richie Olson – clarinet *
Bobbye Hall – congas
Jerry McKuen – guitar
Buddy Emmons – pedal steel guitar
Kelly Shanahan – drums
David Lindley – fiddle
David Grisman – mandolin
Ron Koss – guitar

WILD ABOUT MY LOVIN'
(John Sebastian)

well now, listen here people
about to sing a song
I'm goin to Saint Louis
and I wont be long
'cause I'm wild about my lovin'
I like to have my fun

if you wanna be a girl of mine
you got to bring it with you
when you come

well now, sergeant Jones, chief of police
the women 'round here
won't let me see no peace
'cause I'm wild about my lovin'
I like to have my fun

if you want to be a girl of mine
you got to bring it with you
when you come

well now, hello central, what's the matter with your line?
I wanna talk to that
high-browned of mine
you hear me talkin' to you
and I don't bite my tongue

if you wanna be a girl of mine
you got to bring it with you
when you come

if you wanna be a girl of mine, babee
bring it with you when you come

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* based on the clarinet, Adolphe Sax decided to "invent" a new kind of clarinet that could be used while being played in the rain (he was an army musician - strange thing, an army musician... what has music to do with war???). It resulted in "the sax - o - phone". Stupid name. Stupid sound. Compare its sound to the sound of a clarinet and you must admit that Sax created a musical monster, a musical Frankenstein...

5 days, 10 hours ago

Edit for headphones, October 2021. A song from cd 1 ("Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac") of the six cd box set "The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions 1967-1969" (1999 reissue).
The official release of this song has a much too short outro, or should I say a much to fast fade out. This one's fade out is much longer.

COLD BLACK NIGHT
(David Mullen/Nicole C. Mullen)

it was a cold black night
and the rain was falling down

cold black night
and the rain was fallin' down

I went out lookin' for my girl
I knew she wandered where around

she left me early that morning
with a suitcase in her hand

ah she left me early that morning
yes, with a suitcase in her hand

ah she took off on a train this mornin'
and she was meetin' some other man, yes

she used to treat me real good
and I wonder why I didn't treat her right

yes mmm, ah you know I wonder
why I didn't treat her right

ah now all I can do
is walk those streets both day and night, yes ah

ah yes

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5 days, 10 hours ago

Edit for headphones. I think Chris' version of "Ride On Baby" (#31 in Oct.1966) surely deserves attention, he turned it into a massive soul song! (Maybe I pumped it up a bit too much in this edit.) On Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate label Chris Farlowe recorded eleven singles, five of which were covers of the Rolling Stones songs "Paint It, Black", "Think", "Ride On, Baby", "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" and "Out Of Time" *.

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* Song Review by Scott Janovitz

In the 1960s Chris Farlowe had a string of modest hits, due primarily to the efforts and high profile of his frequent producer, Mick Jagger. Farlowe's biggest successes were, in fact, songs penned by Jagger and Keith Richards, among other songwriting greats. "Out of Time" was one of the songs written by Jagger for Farlowe to record in 1966. Jagger was also producing the track, and in June of 1966 he recorded a version of it to serve as a guide for the upcoming Farlowe session. The track Jagger recorded (without the benefit of any of the other Rolling Stones) is a marvelous homage to the Wall of Sound production perfected by Phil Spector with groups like the Ronettes. The producer credited on "Out of Time" is Andrew Loog Oldham, the Stones' manager and producer (up until around 1967). He and Jagger (with the aid of another Stones collaborator, musical director Art Greensdale) managed to turn what was essentially a demo track into something far more structurally and sonically impressive. "Out of Time" contains all the elements used so effectively by Spector and mirrored in previous Stones recordings like "We Were Falling in Love" -- including the prerequisite string section, a strong backbeat from session drummer Andy White, multiple percussion tracks, bells, and a chorus of backing singers bathed in echo. Even Greensdale's apt arrangement is seemingly inspired by the early-'60s Spector hits, starting with a string section riff that gives way to the verse but comes back later as an interlude before the song launches into its final chorus. The powerful arrangement and melody of "Out of Time" really carry the lyric, which is directed at an unfaithful girl who wants to come back. When Jagger sings, "You're obsolete my baby/My poor unfaithful baby/You're out of time," the nasty air of superiority illustrates the difference between Jagger's style and the songs he's mimicking. This is why "Out of Time" is such a notable moment in pop -- the majestic musical style pioneered by Spector in the early '60s is stripped of its idealistic romance and instead tied to a vitriolic narrative, indicative of the shift toward more realism in songwriting. Jagger was always the most pop-oriented of the Stones and this track is one among several -- including "We're Wastin' Time," "Blue Turns to Grey," and Spector's own "Da Doo Ron Ron" -- that he recorded in a similar style with several of the same session musicians. The Stones would later issue "Out of Time" as a single of their own in 1975.

5 days, 20 hours ago

edit, for headphones
from the album "the story of them" one of the finest songs

FRIDAY'S CHILD
(Van Morrison)

from the north
to the south,
ya' walked all the way.
ya' know ya' left your,
left your home
for good to stay,
while ya' built all,
all of your castles
in the sun,
and I watched ya' knock 'em down,
knock 'em down, each and every one.
whoa-oh, friday's child
ya' can't stop now.
no.
whoa-oh, friday's child
ya' can't stop now.

and I watched you
'fore you 'came too old
and I tol' ya'
a long time before ya' ever came to be told,
you've got somethin'
that they all wanna know.
you gotta hold on
and never ever let go.
whoa-oh, friday's child
ya' can't stop now.
no, no.
whoa-oh, friday's child
ya' cannot stop now,
ya' can't stop.

there ya' go,
there ya' go, rainbows hangin' around your feet,
and you're makin' out,
you're makin' out with everyone that you meet.
even havin' a ball
and stayin' up late,
you watched the sun come up
'round Nottinghill gate.
whoa-oh, friday's child
ya' can't stop now.
no, no.
whoa-oh, friday's child
ya' cannot stop.
you're drivin'.
aaowwh,
no no no no no no no no no,
ya' cannot stop now.
you're too much.
ya' can't stop, ya' can't stop, ya' can't stop, can't stop, no.

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6 days, 8 hours ago

Not an edit, straight from the album "The Vaudeville Years 1968 to 1970" (1998 release, 2 cd with bonus dvd)

ALTHOUGH THE SUN IS SHINING
(Danny Kirwan)

although the sun is shining, high above
there's one thing on my mind, you my love
I see a weeping willow, in the park
like this there's sadness growing, in my heart

when we're together, we will never part
'nd if you leave me
it'll break, it'll break my heart

when we're together, we will never part
and if you leave me
it'll break, it'll break my heart

although the sun is shining, high above
there's one thing on my mind, you my love

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6 days, 10 hours ago

edit for headphones. far too much bass, but then hey, this edit is for the ones who like lots of bass... and also: more guitar sounds. source file is this 1968 song from the 1991 compilation album "carry on".

Stephen Stills: vocals, lead guitar, bass, keyboards, percussion
David Crosby: vocals
Graham Nash: vocals
Dallas Taylor: drums

HELPLESSLY HOPING
(Stephen Stills)

helplessly hoping her harlequin hovers nearby
awaiting a word
gasping at glimpses of gentle true spirit he runs
wishing he could fly
only to trip at the sound of goodbye

wordlessly watching he waits by the window and wonders
at the empty place inside
heartlessly helping himself to her bad dreams he worries
did he hear a good-bye?
or even hello?

they are one person
they are two alone
they are three together
they are for each other

stand by the stairway you'll see something certain to tell you
confusion has its cost
love isn't lying it's loose in a lady who lingers
saying she is lost
and choking on hello

they are one person
they are two alone
they are three together
they are for each other

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1 week ago

Edit (phaser) for speaker boxes. The phaser effect can only be heard via speakerboxes, NOT via headphones.
New, slightly improved video. The Rolling Stones on "Big Beat '65", an Australian TV show, Melbourne, 29 januari 1965.
Notice Brian Jones singing second voice (and doing the whistling).
The performance was all playback, so I decided to try and enhance the sound a bit. I tried to give it a phaser effect. Best heard through speaker boxes. Hope you like it.

1st UK studio album "THE ROLLING STONES" Decca Records, release date: April 17, 1964. 1st US studio album "ENGLAND'S NEWEST HIT MAKERS, THE ROLLING STONES" London Records, release date: May 29, 1964.

Recorded on January 3, 1964, released in the US on "England's Newest Hit Makers" in 1964.

Vocal harmony: Brian Jones *. Whistling: Brian Jones. Electric guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards. Lead vocal: Mick Jagger. Drums: Charlie Watts. Bass: Bill Wyman.

* Unlike most Stones' recordings, the songs features harmony vocals on the chorus solely by Brian Jones (most early Stones songs feature both Keith Richards and Bill Wyman on backing vocals) making their recording of the song unique among their catalogue.

WALKING THE DOG
(Rufus Thomas)

baby back dressed in black
silver buttons all down her back
high hose, tippy toes
she broke the needle and she can sew

walking the dog
I'm just a walking the dog
if you don't know how to do it
I'll show you how to walk the dog
c'mon now c'mon

I asked mother for fifteen cents
a'see a elephant jump the fence
a jumped so high, touched the skies
didn't get back 'til a quarter to five

walking the dog
I'm just a walking the dog
if you don't know how to do it
I'll show you how to walk the dog
c'mon c'mon now

tell me Mary, what's your twelve
how does your garden grow
what with silver bells and cockle shells
and pretty maids all in a row

walking the dog
I'm just a walking the dog
if you don't know how to do it
I'll show you how to walk the dog
c'mon now c'mon

baby, back dressed in black
silver buttons all down her back
high hose, tippy toes
she broke the needle and she can sew

walking the dog
I'm just a walking the dog
if you don't know how to do it
I'll show you how to walk the dog
c'mon now c'mon

a yeah, a jjjust a walking
a jjjust a walking, a jjjust a walking
now, if you don't know how to do it
I'll show you how to walk the dog
c'mon now c'mon
if you don't know how to do it
I'll show you how to walk the dog
c'mon now
if you don't know how to do it
I'll show you how to walk the dog

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1 week ago

NOT an edit (stereo transcr.). This one is from an unique Japanese album *, which says it is "stereo transcription". Though this is the regular mono version, it is UNIQUE, for no other album has this mono sound. A Japanese piece of art in sound engineering !

* The album is "Big Hits (High Tide And Green Grass)", released April 25, 1989 - catalogue number P25L 25039. The same master was used for two other Japan only releases of the album: the May 1 1987 P33L 25016 and the February 25 1995 POCD-1919. The three albums all have the UK tracklist and the nine "stereo transcription" songs.

First recorded on January 10, 1964, re-recorded on February 4, 1964. Third UK single, Feb. 21 1964. First US single, March 6 1964, and on the first US album England's Newest Hit Makers, May 29, 1964.

Harmonica: Brian Jones. Guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards. Percussion: Brian Jones & Mick Jagger. Lead vocals: Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts.

NOT FADE AWAY
(Norman Petty & Charles Hardin Holly aka Buddy Holly)(original performer: Buddy Holly in 1957)

I'm wanna tell you how it's gonna be
you're gonna give your love to me
I'm gonna love you night and day
well love is love and not fade away
well love is love and not fade away

my love's bigger than a Cadillac
I try to show it if you drive me back
your love for me has got to be real
for you to know just how I feel
love is real and not fade away
oh well love is real and not fade away

I wanna tell you how it's gonna be
you're gonna give your love to me
love to last more than one day
well love is love and not fade away
well love is love and not fade away
well love is love and not fade away
now love is love and not fade away
not fade away
not fade away

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1 week ago

Edit 1a for headphones. "Top of the Pops" 1971 on UK TV. The official clip is missing the very first half of a second of the opening guitar riff, I added it in this edit. For that first note is what makes the riff the riff... yes, I made this one just for that first half of a second. I apologize for not being able to cut out that dreadful sax'oh''oh'phone, it is something we have to live with... (it would sort of harm the video).

BROWN SUGAR
(Jagger/Richards)

gold coast slave you're bound for cotton fields
sold in the market down in New Orleans
scarred old slaver knows he's doin' all right
hear him whip the women just around midnight

brown sugar, how come you taste so good
brown sugar, just like a young girl should, now yeah

drums beatin' cold, English blood runs hot
lady of the house wonderin' where it's gonna stop
house boy knows that he's doin' all right
you should have heard him just around midnight

brown sugar, how come you taste so good
mmm, brown sugar, just like a young girl should

(cover your ears, that sax is coming !)

ahhh get down on your knees brown sugar, how come you dance so good
ahhh get down on the ground brown sugar, just like a young girl should

now I bet your mama was a p'tential queen,
and all her girlfriends were sweet sixteen
I'm no school boy but I know what I like
you should have heard me just around midnight

brown sugar, how come you taste so good
ahhh get down brown sugar, just like a young girl should
ahhh get down, get down brown sugar, how come ya, how come ya

I said, yeah, yeah, yeah, wooo
how come you, how come you dance so good
yeah, yeah, yeah
just like a, just like a young girl should
ahhh get down, get down, get down child
get down on your knees (...)

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1 week, 1 day ago

Edit for headphones, for a home stereo equipment effect on headphones. Dull video, close your eyes, music is best experienced with eyes shut...
From the album "Love You Live", a great live performance, and, to be honest (matter of taste, I know, I know) this live version is far better than the studio version of album it first appeared on.
And that is the proof we're dealing here with one of the greatest rock & roll band on earth...

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1 week, 1 day ago

Edit for headphones. David Crosby recorded this track with the last remaining moments of studio time that the band had remaining, and while he was still reeling from the death of Christine Hinton days earlier in a car accident. She had been his girlfriend, and he was obviously still grieving. The pain in his normally smooth voice reflects a cracked and angry quality, belied by the light-hearted directive he makes at the start of the recording. If you listen to it, he starts, then stops, and comments as to the pace and gain of the recording, then the song starts again. According to the story as told by Crosby on the air with Bob Coburn of KLOS in the late 1990s, the recording is the only take that was done.

edit for headphones, to make it somewhat sharper, shinier, heavier. source file for the edit is from the 1991 compilation album "carry on".

Greg Reeves: bass, percussion
Dallas Taylor: drums, percussion
David Crosby: guitar, vocals
Graham Nash: guitar, vocals, keyboards
Stephen Stills: guitar, vocals, bass, keyboards
Neil Young: guitar, vocals, piano, harmonica

ALMOST CUT MY HAIR
(David Van Cortlandt Crosby)

Almost cut my hair
Happened just the other day
It's gettin' kind of long
I could've said it was in my way

But I didn't and I wonder why
I feel like letting my freak flag fly
And I feel like I owe it, to someone, yeah

Must be because I had the flu this Christmas
And I'm not feeling up to par
And increases my paranoia
Like looking in my mirror and seeing a police car

But I'm not, I'm not giving in an inch to fear
'Cause I've promised myself this year
I feel oh, like I owe it,to someone

When I get myself together
I'm gonna get down in that sunny southern weather, yeah

I'm goin' find a space inside a laugh, yes
Separate the wheat from some chaff
I feel
Like I owe it, yeah, to someone

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1 week, 1 day ago

edit for headphones. A Dutch sixties band with their # 3 hit record in the Dutch charts, May 1967. They named themselves ro-d-ys, because their first pick, rowdies, was already taken by others. The group disbanded in 1969.

Harry Rijnbergen: guitar, vocals. Joop Hulzebos: guitar, keyboards. Wiechert Kenter: bass, trumpet, vibes. Dick Beekman: drums (1966-1967). Bennie Groen: drums.

TAKE HER HOME
(Harry J. Rijnbergen)

well if she comes with a new dress on
take her home, take her home
take a chance before a she has gone
take her home, take her home
if she comes only dressed for you
tke her home, take her home
take a chance, I mean if she goes through
take her home, take her home

take her home like you did before
don't be ashamed just shut the door
the lights are low when she's aflame
take her home, take her home

well if she comes with a smiling face
take her home, take her home
take your chance before you lose her trace
take her home, take her home
if she comes in the right night time
take her home, take her home
take a chance you won't never mind
take her home, take her home

there she is with her lips like cream
get yourself drift down the stream
you're allowed to do what you want to do
take her home, take her home

well it's the moment you are waiting for
all night long, take her home
can't you see that she is longing more
take her home, take her home
if she comes in the right night time
take her home, take her home
take a chance you won't never mind
take her home, take her home

take her home like you did before
don't be ashamed just shut the door
the lights are low when she's aflame
take her home, take her home

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1 week, 1 day ago

Edit for headphones. 1965-1966 cover of a Bo Diddley song, and to be honest: sounds way better than Bo Diddly! Sure sounds alot like the Rolling Stones' "Little Red Rooster"... it's just that The Stones turned it into a mature rock & roll song.

The Outcasts: Joe Sherov, singer and harmonica; Jack Malken, rhythm guitar; Andrew Benjamin; lead guitar; Steve Lichtman, bass guitar; Bobby Diamond, drums.

I'M A MAN
(Hugo Frey/Francis Scott Key/Domenico Savino/John Stafford Smith)

Now when I was a little boy
At the age of five
I had somethin' in my pocket
Keep a lot of folks alive

Now I'm a man
Made twenty-one
You know baby
We can have a lot of fun

I'm a man
I spell M A N
Man
Ohh, ohh, ohh, ohh

All you pretty women
Stand in line
I can make love to you baby
In an hour's time

I'm a man
I spell M A N
Man

I goin' back down
To Kansas Stew
Bring back the second cousin
Little John the conqueroo

I'm a man
Spell M A N
Man
Ohh, ohh, ohh, ohh

The line I shoot
Will never miss
The way I make love to 'em
They can't resist

I'm a man
I spell M A N
Man
Ohh, ohh, ohh, ohh, aeh

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1 week, 2 days ago

Edit for headphones. Source file is from "The Kinks Remastered" (1995 Castle cd # 268).(There is a stereo release of this song on "Face To Face" [2011 deluxe edition] but it only has backing vocals in stereo.) A 1966 # 1 hit in Holland, the UK and Canada. # 2 in New Zealand, # 7 Germany, # 13 Australia and in the snaily US it was a # 14 hit. Hit hit hurray I'd say...

Ray Davies was going through a very difficult time when he wrote this song. The Kinks were in the midst of a sudden rise to stardom, but group tensions, lawsuits, an unrealistic workload and craven management made them miserable. Davies was also dealing with fatherhood, and left the band for a while. When the song hit # 1 in the UK (knocking off "Paperback Writer" by The Beatles), it did bring Davies out of his funk for a while.

Ray Davies recalled writing the song's intro in the book "Isle of Noises" by Daniel Rachel: "I had bought a white upright piano," he said. "I hadn't written for a time. I'd been ill. I was living in a very 1960s-decorated house. It had orange walls and green furniture. My one-year-old daughter was crawling on the floor and I wrote the opening riff. I remember it vividly. I was wearing a polo-neck sweater."

Backing vocalists on this track were Dave Davies, bass player Pete Quaife, and Ray Davies' wife at the time, Rasa.

SUNNY AFTERNOON
(Ray Davies)

The tax man's taken all my dough
And left me in this stately home
Lazing on a sunny afternoon
And I can't sail my yacht
He's taken everything I got
All I've got's this sunny afternoon

Save me, save me, save me from this squeeze
I gotta big fat mama trying to break me
And I love to live so pleasantly
Live this life of luxury
Lazing on a sunny afternoon
In a summertime
In a summertime
In a summertime

My girlfriend's run off with my car
And gone back to her ma and pa
Telling tails of drunkenness and cruelty
Now I'm sitting here
Sipping at my ice cold beer
Lazing on a sunny afternoon

Help me, help me, help me sail away
Well give me two good reasons why I oughta stay
'Cause I love to live so pleasantly
Live this life of luxury
Lazing on a sunny afternoon
In a summertime
In a summertime
In a summertime

Ah, save me, save me, save me from this squeeze
I gotta big fat mama trying to break me
And I love to live so pleasantly
Live this life of luxury
Lazing on a sunny afternoon
In a summertime
In a summertime
In a summertime

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1 week, 2 days ago

edit 1b for headphones
great cover of the even greater performance by "the merseys" (and that's because that one doesn't have a sax in it...)
source file of the edit is the song from the 1973 album "pin ups" 1973 (2009 emi japanese shm remaster)

1 week, 2 days ago

Edit for headphones, May 2021. This is a December 13, 1966 outtake of Janis and Big Brother And The Holding Company sessions. Source of the edit is song seven on cd three of the ten cd box set "Blow All My Blues Away". (Sorry, I cannot find any information on the box set.) "Bye, Bye Baby" was released as a single in 1967, nr. 118 on the US Hot 100.

BYE, BYE BABY
(Powell St. John)

bye bye bye baby bye bye
I may be seeing you around
when I change my living standard
and I move uptown
bye bye baby bye bye

so long my honey so long
Lord I might have been your wife
but you settled for a place
right here in my heart
you didn't want a place in my life

I know that you got things to do and places to be
I guess I'll have to find the thing you placed on me
I may wind up in the street or sleep beneath a tree
still I guess you know honey I've gotta go

I get the feeling I could chase you clean on in the ball
and wind up staying pull off put down strung out and stalled
honey I ain't got time to wait on you or to fetch your super-ball
I've got lots of things I've got to do

bye bye bye baby bye bye
I guess you know you're on your own
it seems you just got lost somewhere
out in the world
and you left me here to face it all alone

you left me here to face it all alone
you left me here to face it all alone
bye bye baby baby bye bye

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1 week, 2 days ago

Edit for headphones. Released November 18 1966. A #4 hit in Holland, #4 in New Zealand, #5 in the UK, #5 Germany, #28 Canada, #73 in the US.
A song about the hopelessness of the unemployed British lower class and about the difficulty of getting away from its desperate situation.
Source file is from the album "The Kinks Remastered" (1995 Castle cd # 268).

DEAD END STREET
(Ray Davies)

There's a crack up in the ceiling,
And the kitchen sink is leaking.
Out of work and got no money,
A Sunday joint of bread and honey.

What are we living for?
Two-roomed apartment on the second floor.
No money coming in,
The rent collector's knocking, trying to get in.

We are strictly second class,
We don't understand,
(Dead end!)
Why we should be on dead end street.
(Dead end!)
People are living on dead end street.
(Dead end!)
Gonna die on dead end street.

Dead end street (yeah)
Dead end street (yeah)

On a cold and frosty morning,
Wipe my eyes and stop me yawning.
And my feet are nearly frozen,
Boil the tea and put some toast on.

What are we living for?
Two-roomed apartment on the second floor.
No chance to emigrate,
I'm deep in debt and now it's much too late.

We both want to work so hard,
We can't get the chance,
(Dead end!)
People live on dead end street.
(Dead end!)
People are dying on dead end street.
(Dead end!)
Gonna die on dead end street.

Dead end street (yeah)
Dead end street (yeah)

(Dead end!)
People live on dead end street.
(Dead end!)
People are dying on dead end street.
(Dead end!)
Gonna die on dead end street.

Dead end street (yeah)
Dead end street (yeah)
Dead end street (yeah)
Head to my feet (yeah)
Dead end street (yeah)
Dead end street (yeah)
Dead end street (yeah)
How's it feel? (yeah)
How's it feel? (yeah)
Dead end street (yeah)
Dead end street (yeah)

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1 week, 3 days ago

Edit 3 for headphones, new, December 2020, editing techniques, trying to re-create the vinyl record sound, emphasizing Brian's slide guitar skills. 'Love it! Oh, how fabulous Brian was, alas, was, on the guitar. This song was first released as the b-side of the "Street Fighting Man" single in August 1968. Recorded May and June, 1968. Also released on the beautiful album "Beggars Banquet" in December 1968.
Source file of this edit: "Beggars Banquet" (Japanese mini lp remastered 2006 uicy-93027).
Acoustic slide guitar: Brian Jones. That is B R I A N and then J O N E S. Vocals: Mick Jagger. That is M I C K and then J A G G E R. Acoustic rhythm guitar: Keith Richards. That is K E I T H and then R I C H A R D S. Bass: Bill Wyman. That is B I L L and then P E R K S. Percussion (claves): Charlie Watts. Charlie what? CHARLIE WATTS ! the motor of the band, doesn't run without CHARLIE WATTS ! Piano: Nicky Hopkins, yes Nicky Hopkins in person!!! Ian Stewart (18 July 1938 – 12 December 1985) was also the Rolling Stones keyboardist, and more than that, he was co-founder of The Rolling Stones.

NO EXPECTATIONS
(Jagger/Richards)

take me to the station
and put me on a train
I've got no expectations
to pass through here again

once I was a rich man and
now I am so poor
but never in my sweet short life
have I felt like this before

you heart is like a diamond
you throw your pearls at swine
and as I watch you leaving me
you pack my peace of mind

our love was like the water
that splashes on a stone
our love is like our music
its here, and then its gone

so take me to the airport
and put me on a plane
I got no expectations
to pass through here again

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1 week, 3 days ago

Edit (video ver.1c) for headphones, June 2022. A true high energy performance! This is a part of the video "Charlie is my Darling - Live in England '65", sound all pumped up to experience what the audience was feeling that day. This audio is extracted from a part of the video "Charlie Is My Darling - Live in England '65", which - though almost similar - is a different song than the one on the album "Charlie is my Darling - Live in England '65". It has some minor different lyrics.
Lead guitar: Brian Jones. Guitar: Keith Richards. Drums: Charlie Watts. Bass: Bill Wyman. Lead vocals: Mick Jagger.

EVERYBODY NEEDS SOMEBODY TO LOVE
(Bert Berns (a.k.a. Bert Russell a.k.a. Russell Byrd), Solomon Burke and Jerry Wexler)

PAIN IN MY HEART
(Naomi Neville, real name Allen R. Toussaint. Original title "Ruler of My Heart")

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1 week, 3 days ago

Edit for headphones, May 22, 2021. A true sixties pop song, I liked it back then, came across it today, brings back the feelings from that time, though at the time I didn't like pop music at all, this song keeps popping up in my mind for several decades now, singing it translated into Dutch, and then it just makes no sense, shows it is a stupid song... but very pretty.

"Sugar, Sugar" is a song written by Jeff Barry and Andy Kim. It was originally recorded by the cartoon band The Archies. This version reached No. 1 in the US on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1969 and remained there for four weeks. It also reached No. 1 on the UK Singles chart in that same year for eight weeks. The song became a hit again in 1970 when rhythm and blues and soul singer Wilson Pickett took it back onto the charts with his own version.

Produced by Jeff Barry, the Archies' "Sugar, Sugar" was originally released on the album "Everything's Archie". The album was the product of a group of studio musicians managed by Don Kirshner. Ron Dante's lead vocals were accompanied by those of Toni Wine and Andy Kim. Together they provided the voices of The Archies using multitracking. The song was initially released in late May 1969 on the Calendar label (the same label as with the two previous Archies singles), achieving moderate chart success in the early summer in some radio markets. When the song was re-released in mid-July 1969 on the Kirshner label it attained massive success nationwide by the late summer/early fall.

Upon the song's initial release Kirshner had promotion men play it for radio station personnel without revealing the group's name, as the Archies' previous single, "Feelin' So Good (S.K.O.O.B.Y.-D.O.O.)", had only reached No. 53 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In an article published in The Washington Times lead vocalist Ron Dante recounts that the label was removed from the record, taken to a top radio station in San Francisco, where the DJ was told: "Just play it! It’s a mystery group".

After topping the RPM 100 national singles chart in Canada on September 13, 1969 (where it spent three weeks) the single went on to spend four weeks at the top of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 from September 20 through October 11. It spent a total of 22 weeks in the Billboard Hot 100 and was the 1969 US number-one single of the year. The song was classified by the RIAA as a gold record in August 1969, meaning it had sold one million units (the gold threshold was later lowered to 500,000). It ranked #81 on Billboard's "Hot 100 60th Anniversary" chart.

The single also spent eight weeks at the top of the UK singles chart and peaked at #1 on the South African Singles Chart. On February 5, 2006, "Sugar, Sugar" was inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame, as co-writer Andy Kim is originally from Montreal, Quebec.

Although official music recording sales certifications were not introduced in the United Kingdom until the British Phonographic Industry was formed in 1973, Disc introduced an initiative in 1959 to present a gold record to singles that had sold over one million units. The awards relied on record companies correctly compiling and supplying sales information, and "Sugar, Sugar" was erroneously awarded a gold disc in January 1970 despite having sold approximately 945,000 copies, as RCA Records had informed Disc that one million copies had been shipped, but not all were sold. Nevertheless, following the introduction of music downloads in 2004, "Sugar, Sugar" passed the one-million sales mark. In April 2020 the song was certified Silver by the BPI for selling 200,000 units since it was made available digitally in November 2004.

The charts list is impressive:

Argentina 6
Australia 5
Australia 6
Austria 1
Belgium (Dutch language part) 1
Belgium (French language part) 4
Brazil 1
Canada 1
Denmark 1
Finland 6
France 14
Germany 1
Ireland 1
Italy 12
Malaysia 2
Mexico 1
Netherlands 3
Norway 1
Philippines 2
Singapore 1
South Africa 1
Spain 1
Sweden 1
Switzerland 2
Turkey 2
UK Singles 1
US 1
Zimbabwe 1

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1 week, 3 days ago

Edit for headphones. Wide sound, real smooth bass by Carol Kaye. (Though some say it is Larry Knechtal .) John Densmore – drums. Robby Krieger – Gibson SG electric guitar. Ray Manzarek – Vox Continental combo organ, Rhodes piano bass. Jim Morrison – lead vocals.
To be honest, this song starts and ends nice, but the organ and particularly the guitar solo is way too long and awful... that is a matter of taste, of course. My sincere apologies!
Anyway, if you agree or not, this shortened version seemed appropriate to me...

P.S. I didn't know there was already a short version (just read it on songfacts.com). Well, this is MY short version.

Charts history: nr.1 in the USA and France, nr.2 in Canada, nr.7 in the UK and New Zealand, nr.16 in Australia, nr.25 in shame on you Dutchmen.

Songfacts.com says:

« This became The Doors' signature song. Released on their first album, it was a huge hit and launched them to stardom. Before this was released, The Doors were an underground band popular in the Los Angeles area, but this got the attention of a mass audience.

This was the last song Jim Morrison performed live. It was a show at The Warehouse in New Orleans.

The Doors didn't have a bass player, but there is some bass * on this song.
Determining who played it is an inexact science, as session musicians were not formally credited at the time, but Carol Kaye claims it was her. She was a first call studio pro at the time, and had performed on a lot of the hits that were recorded in Los Angeles, including many of Phil Spector's productions. She told us regarding her involvement: "The Doors weren't there. Just a couple of the guys were there in the booth. We cut the track. I'm playing on that, but I don't like to talk about it, because there's too many fanatics about that stuff. I'm a prude. I don't do drugs. I think it's stupid. I think for people to be into drugs and to die on stage, I think that's so stupid, and totally unnecessary. So I stay away from even talking about that. But I am on the contract, yeah, I played on the hit of that." »

* ruudtes: SOME BASS? this lady is a VERY good bass player, and this edit emphasizes her skills!

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1 week, 3 days ago

edit for headphones. source file is from the album "the progressive blues experiment" (2005 remaster). it is Johnny Winter's debut album. it was originally issued on austin's sonobeat records label in 1968. when Winter signed to columbia records, the rights were sold to imperial records who reissued the album in 1969. the album was recorded in 1967 at the vulcan gas company, austin, texas. rhythm and solo guitar was just a bit too much at the outter right, I changed that.

johnny winter: guitars (acoustic, electric and slide), harmonica, mandolin, vocals
uncle john (red) turner: drums, percussion
tommy shannon: bass guitar

mean town blues
(johnny winter)

well my mother she done told me and father done told me
my father told me too, yeah my mother she done told me and father done told me, my father told me too
it's a mean old town to live in by yourself

yeah, I work for a dollar couldn not save a lousy
man couldn't save a dime
you know I worked for a dollar could not, save a lousy
man couldn't save a dime
ain't nobody worried and there ain't nobody's crying

yeah, I got my hands outside to get a hold on
try to get some of my cash
Lord I try to get my hands outside to get a hold on
try to get some of my cash
it's those great big smiles to keep us out of that trash

so I packed up my suitcase and I move on down
hit that lonesome road
you know I packed up my suitcase
and I hit that lonesome, move on down the road
I'm still crying to make it when the day was done

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1 week, 6 days ago

edit for headphones... no description needed... the sound of love... ssshhh...
October 2019 I heard this song for the first time of my live, and immediately was very very deeply impressed.
Wikipedia says:.
"Turquoise" is a song written and recorded by British singer-songwriter Donovan. The "Turquoise" single was released in the United Kingdom on October 30, 1965 through Pye Records (Pye 7N 15984) and charted, peaking at No.30. The "Turquoise" single was backed with "Hey Gyp (Dig the Slowness)" and only released in the United Kingdom. "Turquoise" was released as the b-side on "To Try for the Sun" in the United States.

"Turquoise" marked a significant drop-off in Donovan's UK chart success compared to the top 10 successes of "Catch the Wind" and "Colours" and the "Universal Soldier" EP. While "Catch the Wind" and "Colours" have appeared in various formats throughout Donovan's catalogue, live versions and re-recordings of "Turquoise" are conspicuously absent.

The relative lack of success in the United Kingdom was most likely the reason leading to Hickory Records selecting "You're Gonna Need Somebody on Your Bond" as Donovan's next single in the United States. Hickory Records later released "Turquoise" as the b-side to "To Try for the Sun" and made it the opening track to their 1966 compilation The Real Donovan. The 45 was one of the records in John Lennon's jukebox.

The song was written about Donovan's friend Joan Baez, with whom he claimed he was in love.

What I really don't understand is the total lack of musical taste of the 1965 audience... such a stunning song, wow, I can't get enough of it...

Well, no, I'm mistaken, it was not a TOTAL lack of musical taste... it charted #30 in th UK !

A song from the 1965 album "Catch The Wind".

TURQUOISE
(Donovan Leitch)

your smile beams like sunlight on a gull's wing
and the leaves dance and play after you
take my hand and hold it as you would a flower

take care with my heart, oh darling, she's made of glass

your eyes feel like silence resting on me
and the birds cease to sing when you rise
ride easy your fairy stallion you have mounted

take care how you fly, my precious, you might fall down

in the pastel skies' a sunset I have wandered
with my eyes and ears and heart strained to the full
I know I tasted the essence in the few days

take care who you love, my precious, he might not know

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1 week, 6 days ago

Edit for headphones. Live performance in 1970 on the German tv show "Beat-Club". It was the b-side to the single "Rollin' and Tumblin' in 1968, but that didn't chart in the US.

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1 week, 6 days ago

Not an edit. This is from a Frankenstein bootleg, which says: "This is a Frankenstein Christmas gift, a little gift to celebrate Christmas, in the pure Frankenstein tradition, a mix of Keith & Mick's voices on two tracks they have interpreted.
Wishing you all happy holidays and long life to the Stones, by Norbert (aka StonyRoad)."

This song is on the bootleg "Mick & Keith Mixing Voices: A Little Gift For Xmas 2019!" (Frankenstein Production - xmas2019).

I tell you: what has been done is ultra difficult, a warm thank you to Norbert for an outstanding editing job !


* warning: loud sounds may damage your ear's cilia, and damaged cilia cannot heal, the damage is irreparable !

(Photos at 1:49 to 1:53 taken on the doorstep outside Brian's house at 7, Elm Park Lane off Fulham Road, Chelsea in late 1965.)

If you're interested in bootlegs then here is an extensive list
(COPY and PASTE this into your browser's address bar & hit enter):

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(If that line ↑↑↑ appears as a link, then clicking leads to the wrong web page; you MUST copy & paste.)

When it comes to downloading at Filefactory.com: FIRST sign up for a (free) account.
For downloads at Filefactory.com go much faster after you are signed in.
You can download without signing up for an account too, but that is much slower.

1 week, 6 days ago

edit (instr.) for headphones. listen to the piano, Ian Stewart is so much better audible in this version! always a big thrill to hear the instrumental version of a song. reveals alot of what men of genius the Rolling Stones were in the sixties. Recorded March 6 - 9, 1966. Released on "Aftermath" in 1966. Remember that name: "AFTERMATH". Legendary album. When you spot it, buy it! Lead electric guitar: Brian Jones. B R I A N J O N E S. Wow, Brian Jones.*
Piano: Ian Stewart. Rhythm electric guitar: Keith Richards. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts.

About the piano intro that ends in the "Satisfaction" guitar riff Bill Wyman wrote in one of his books that he made it up on an organ and he, Charlie and Brian were fooling around with it; Jagger and Richards later on took it as theirs.

505 was the flight number on their first trip to America. Five hundred five minus four hundred pictures in this video.

FLIGHT 505
(Jagger/Richards)

Well, I was happy here at home
I got everything I need.
Happy bein' on my own
Just living the life I lead.

Well suddenly it dawned on me
That this was not my life.
So I just phoned the airline girl
And said, Get me on flight number 505,
Get me on flight number 505.

Well, I confirmed my reservation.
Then I hopped a cab.
No idea of my destination
And feeling pretty bad.

With my suitcase in my hand.
In my head, my new life.
So then I told the airline girl
Well, get me on flight number 505,
Get me on flight number 505.
Alright.

Well, I sat right there in my seat.
Well, feeling like a king.
With the whole world right at my feet.
Of course I'll have a drink!

Well, suddenly I saw
That we never ever would arrive.
He put the plane down in the sea.
The end of flight number 505.
The end of flight number 505.
Alright.

They put the plane down in the sea.
The end of flight number 505.
The end of flight number 505.

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1 week, 6 days ago

Edit 3 for headphones, April 2022. Source of this edit is the song on the album "Between The Buttons" (US version, 2002 remastered hybrid sacd 8822972).
Recorded August 3 - 11, 1966, released on "Between the Buttons" in February of 1967. The album cover photo was taken in the misty dawn of Primrose hill, London, winter 1966.
Electric guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards. Lead vocals: Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Piano: Ian Stewart. Drums: Charlie Watts. Backing vocals: Keith Richards. Mellotron/organ: probably Brian Jones (clearly audible at the left, especially starting at 2:29 and also earlier and later)(this was handed to me by a great guy from Callampa Producciones with an excellent hearing: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNR2zEHFmMl_iITp8FGMlKw ).

MY OBSESSION
(Jagger/Richards)

my obsession
your possessions
every piece that I can get
my obsessions are
your possessions
my mouth is soaking wet
I think I blew it now, confession

can't dodge it, it's simple logic
you'd be better off with me
and you'll know it when you lost it, lonely

my obsessions
are your possesion
are you smiling on my way
my obsession
are your possession
one that you should give away
give it to me now I've no objection

I a'don't mind if it's unkind
and it's not my property
but I want it just to be mine, exclusively

oooh baby, oooh baby
oooh baby, oooh baby
oooh baby, oooh baby

aaahhh

you need teaching you're a girl
there are things in this world
that need teaching with discretion, my profession

my obsessions are
your possession
are you used to the idea
my obsessions are
your possession
do you feel at home right here
you should relax is my impression

didn't see you were so young
I could almost see your son
please turn in my direction, no objection

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1 week, 6 days ago

Edit for headphones. From the bootleg album "Genuine Black Box".
Electric slide guitar: Brian Jones. Lead vocals: Mick Jagger. Electric guitar & backing vocals: Keith Richards. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Harmonica: Mick Jagger.

I'M MOVING ON
(Hank Snow)(written in 1950)

I warned you baby from time to time
but you just don't listen and pay me no mind
I'm movin' on
Yeah I'm a moving on, yeah I'm roling on
I'm through with you
too bad you're blue, I'll move on

mister Engineer with your throttle in hand
Take me back to that Southern land
It called moving
Keep a rolling on
You're flying too high
For my old sky
I'll move on

Mister Fireman please woncha listen to me
I got a woman in Tennessee
Keep on moving
Keep a rolling on
You're flying too high
It's all over now
I move on

Yes I'm gonna move
I'm gonna move
Said I'm gonna move
Gotta go home
I gotta go home
I gotta go home
Well tell ya
I I I I going home
I I I I going home
I I I I going home
I've gotta go home
I've gotta go baby
I gotta keep rolling
And I'm gonna move
I said I'm gonna move baby
I said goin goin home
I'm going home darling

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1 week, 6 days ago

Edit for headphones. Source file of the edit is the mono release on the 1965 album "Fairytale" (expanded deluxe edition 2001).
Donovan's recording was released on an EP titled "The Universal Soldier" in the United Kingdom (15 August 1965). The EP continued Donovan's run of high charting releases in the UK by reaching #5 on the charts. The tracks on the EP are "Universal Soldier" and "The Ballad of a Crystal Man". B-side: "Do You Hear Me Now?" (Bert Jansch) and "The War Drags On" (Mick Softley). The EP charted #9 in Holland.

The lack of interest in the EP format within the United States led Hickory Records to release the song as a single in September 1965. Donovan's cover of "Universal Soldier" was backed with another track from the British EP: "Do You Hear Me Now?". Donovan's US release of "Universal Soldier" also became a hit, charting higher than his previous single "Colours" and ultimately reaching #53 on the Billboard charts.

UNIVERSAL SOLDIER
(Buffy Sainte-Marie)

he's five foot-two and he's six feet-four
he fights with missiles and with spears
he's all of thirty-one and he's only seventeen
he's been a soldier for a thousand years
he's a catholic a hindu an atheist a jain
a buddhist and a baptist and a jew
and he knows he shouldn't kill
and he knows he always will
kill you for me my friend and me for you
and he's fighting for canada
he's fighting for france
he's fighting for the usa
and he's fighting for the russians
and he's fighting for japan
and he thinks we'll put an end to war this way
and he's fighting for democracy
he's fighting for the reds
he says it's for the peace of all
he's the one who must decide
who's to live and who's to die
and he never sees the writing on the wall
but without him
how would hitler have condemned him at labau?
without him caesar would have stood alone
he's the one who gives his body
as a weapon of the war
and without him all this killing can't go on
he's the universal soldier and he really is to blame
his orders come from far away no more
they come from here and there and you and me
and brothers can't you see
this is not the way we put an end to war

2 weeks, 1 day ago

Edit 1b (delogood), real sharp, cuts right through...
B-side to "Tired Of Waiting For You", January 15, 1965.

COME ON NOW
(Ray Davies)

come on now
come on let the music get you movin'
let 'em see that you're not losin'
see the clock, it's gettin' late now
get you coat and fix your face

so come on now (baby come on now)
well come on now
well it's getting late and we better go
(it's getting late and we better go)

come on now
come on now while we still got time
come on, baby, the sun is shinin'
put your coat on and stop your whinin'
oh, baby, oh it's all right
so come on now (baby come on now)
well come on now
well it's getting late and we better go
(it's getting late and we better go)

come on now
come on now honey and let me see
just how much you do for me
I'm not waiting all night long
you told me to love you and that's all wrong
so come on now (baby come on now)
well come on now
well it's getting late and we better go
(it's getting late and we better go)

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2 weeks, 1 day ago

Edit for headphones. Edit of a song on cd 2 of the album "The Anthology 1964-1971" (2014 - 5 cd box remastered)(Sanctuary Records ‎– 88875021542).

I AM FREE
(Ray Davies)

sailing in-between, the land the air and me
confusion never dawns
'cause frame of mind tells me that I am free

I am free

doors are open wide
no credits to be seen

sail with me my friend
I need someone it's dark and it could get lonely

I am free

I am free

I don't care to be
assembler mass machine
to wait the gong tone
and convalesce when society doesn't need me

I am free

(lyrics by jiosaavn.com)(the only one with the true lyrics)

2 weeks, 1 day ago

Edit for headphones of the famous mono single, the first hit single of Status Quo. Released January 5, 1968. Dubbed video. The single reached number four in (hurray for) Holland, number seven in the British charts (hurray Brittain for leaving sucking-us-empty EU), number eight in Canada, and number twelve on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming their only hit single in the United Retarded States... just joking... referring to their backward attitude towards Europe back then... and still, btw... 'cause they - in general - think Europe is all socialism... while it's all, well, almost all, big fat belly pocket liners, even the ones that call themselves socialists (who by the way play hardly any role anymore in Europe)(yes, their days are over), again, pocket liners, especially the ones that reside in Brussels, calling themselves united european rulers... but in fact they are united european thieves... the TRUE present day retarded are the Russians who believe whatever Putin and his henchmen tell them. Liars of the first order. They are raging a war in Ukraine & tell their people they're on a peace mission. Even the German Nazi's didn't lie that severly ! ! !

The "matchstick men" of the song refers to the paintings of L.S. Lowry, who made paintings with thin, spindly people on it. *

when you're interested in fine sixites art, visit this nice Dutch guy's gallery at Deviant art: https://www.deviantart.com/paullonden/gallery/
he also has a great YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/PAULLONDEN
speaking/writing of which... a special American lady has some nice things over there too: https://www.youtube.com/user/Cissy2cute/videos
Rhythm guitar, vocals: Rick Parfitt (12 October 1948 - 24 December 2016).
Lead vocals & guitar: Francis Rossi.
Bass, vocals: Alan Lancaster.
Organ: Roy Lynes.
Drums: John Coghlan.

producer: John Schroeder
Alan Florence: engineer

PICTURES OF MATCHSTICK MEN
(Francis Dominic Nicholas Rossi)

When I look up to the sky
I see your eyes, a funny kind of yellow
I rush home to bed, I soak my head
I see your face underneath my pillow
I wake next morning, tired still yawning
See your face come peeking through my window

Pictures of matchstick men and you
mirages of matchstick men and you
All I ever see is them and you

Windows echo your reflection
When I look in their direction gone
When will this haunting stop
Your face, it just won't leave me alone

Pictures of matchstick men and you
mirages of matchstick men and you
All I ever see is them and you

You in the sky, you with the sky
You make me cry, your eyes

You in the sky, you with this guy
You make men cry, you lie

Pictures of matchstick men and
Pictures of matchstick men and
Pictures of matchstick men and

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*
Rossi said the song is about a bad marriage: well, when I watch the paintings of Lowry they make me feel sad, just like pictures of his then wife made Rossi feel sad. Guess that is the true meaning of the lyrics.

**
YouTuber "Hikaru Is the best" wrote:
This song has two legit bass drops. At 1.09 and again at 2.24. Bass drops, way before they were even invented!

2 weeks, 1 day ago

Edit for headphones, December 2021. A song from the 1970 album "After The Gold Rush" (2014 Pono remaster).
Piano: Jack Nitzsche.
In 1971 it charted 54 in Canada, 93 in the USA, didn't chart in Holland.
The next single - "Heart Of Gold" - charted 1 in the USA and Canada, 4 in Norway, 6 in Germany, 9 in Holland, 10 in the UK, 19 in Ireland, 25 in Belgium.

Personnel on the album:
piano – Jack Nitzsche, Neil Young, Nils Lofgren
vocals – Danny Whitten, Neil Young, Nils Lofgren, Ralph Molina, Steve Stills
guitar – Danny Whitten, Neil Young, Nils Lofgren
harmonica, vibraphone – Neil Young
bass – Billy Talbot, Greg Reeves
drums – Ralph Molina
flugelhorn – Bill Peterson

WHEN YOU DANCE I CAN REALLY LOVE
(Neil Young)

when you dance do your senses tingle
then take a chance
in a trance while the lonely mingle
with circumstance

I got something to tell you
you made it show
let me come over
I know you know
when you dance, oooh
I can really love

I can love, I can really love
I can really love
I can love, I can really love
I can really love

like a mountain that's growing
a river that rolls
let me come over
I know you know
when you dance, oooh
I can really love

when you dance do your senses tingle
then take a chance
in a trance while the lonely mingle
with circumstance

I got something to tell you
you make it show
let me come over
I know you know
when you dance, oooh
I can really love

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2 weeks, 2 days ago

Edit 1a (r&r circus) for headphones. Another one from the "Rock And Roll Circus" that needed some "enhancement". The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus is a film of an 11 December 1968 event organized by The Rolling Stones. The event comprised two concerts on a circus stage and included such acts as The Who, Taj Mahal, Marianne Faithfull, and Jethro Tull. John Lennon and his fiancee Yoko Ono performed as part of a supergroup called The Dirty Mac, along with Eric Clapton, Mitch Mitchell, and Keith Richards. It was most likely the yelling-like-a-lunatic of Yoko Ono along with this "supergroup" that prevented this film to be released for many many years. It took 28 years before they finally did! Boy what a drag! She is so sad!

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2 weeks, 2 days ago

Edit 1 for headphones. Source of this edit is on the bootleg "Jones And Bones" by Triangle [PYCD 041], a song recorded in the Regent Sound Studio, London in 1964. Never released officially, it is mainly an instrumental, with only the lyrics shown below sung, plus lots of humming by Mick Jagger during the rest of the song.

I GET AROUND
(Brian Wilson)

'round round get around
I get around
yeah get around woo, woo, woo...

get around, get around, I get around...

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2 weeks, 2 days ago

edit for headphones. dumb video, don't tell me, I know... (it is to test your video adaptor: these images should be in the same rhythm as the music). original song is from the 1964 album "kinks" (2011 deluxe remaster). the guitar riff and the stunning solo were played by Dave Davies. his brother Ray was the singer and main songwriter of the band. released as a single in October 1964 (their second single) it was a # 2 hit in the UK. in the US it reached # 7. in (shame on) holland it reached # 17.

ALL DAY AND ALL OF THE NIGHT
(Ray Davies)

I'm not content to be with you in the daytime
Girl I want to be with you all of the time
The only time I feel alright is by your side
Girl I want to be with you all of the time
All day and all of the night
All day and all of the night
All day and all of the night

I believe that you and me last forever
Oh yea, all day and nighttime yours, leave me never
The only time I feel alright is by your side
Girl I want to be with you all of the time
All day and all of the night
All day and all of the night
Oh, come on...

I believe that you and me last forever
Oh yea, all day and nighttime yours, leave me never
The only time I feel alright is by your side
Girl I want to be with you all of the time
All day and all of the night
All day and all of the night time
All day and all of the night

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2 weeks, 4 days ago

Edit 2b for headphones, December 2020. Zappa’s beautiful guitar solo & base drums: my stereo edit, to give you a home stereo equipment experience on headphones... from the 1979 album "Joe's Garage" (2012 remaster). Full name of the song is "Playing A Guitar Solo With This Band Is Like Trying To Grow A Watermelon In Easter Hay". I left out the one minute and sixteen seconds of talking at the start of the song.

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2 weeks, 4 days ago

Edit for headphones, June 2022. A song from the 1977 album "Peter Green Splinter Group", their first album. Peter Green was the leader of Fleetwood Mac until 1970. He suffered a mental breakdown during the 1970s. Peter was rehabilitated with the aid of Nigel Watson, Cozy Powell and other friends, and then began touring and recording with the Splinter Group. The group was disbanded in early 2004 with Green's departure from the group. Oh, if only Brian Jones had friends like that... not like the ones who dumped him as they were eager to tour America...

Band members:

Peter Green – (vocals, lead guitar, slide guitar, harmonica)
Nigel Watson – (vocals, lead guitar, rhythm guitar)
Cozy Powell – drums (1997)
Roger Cotton – (piano, Hammond C3, rhythm guitar) (1998–2004)
Larry Tolfree – (drums, percussion) (1997–2004)
Pete Stroud – (fretless and fretted bass guitars, double bass) (1998–2004)
Neil Murray – bass guitar (1997–98)
Spike Edney – keyboards (1997)

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2 weeks, 4 days ago

Edit 1c for headphones. "You Can't Catch Me" is a song written and originally performed by Chuck Berry, released as a single in 1956. The song's lyrics mention racing a souped-up "air-mobile" down the New Jersey Turnpike (a toll road in New Jersey). It was featured in the 1956 Berry film "Rock Rock, Rock".
The Stones recorded the song June 24-26, 1964. Released on the 2nd U.K. studio album: "The Rolling Stones no. 2" Decca Records, date: January 15, 1965. Released in US on February 13, 1965 on the album "The Rolling Stones, Now!"
Source cd of the edit: "The rolling stones, now!" [London 820 133-2].
Electric guitars: Bian Jones & Keith Richards. Vocals: Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts.

YOU CAN'T CATCH ME
(Chuck Berry)

I bought a brand new airmobile
It was custom made
It was a Flight DeVille
With a poweful motor
And some hideaway wings
Push in on the button and you can hear her sing
Now you can't catch me
No, baby, you can't catch me
'Cause if you get too close
You know I'm gone like a cool breeze

New Jersey Turnpike in the wee wee hours
I was rolling slowly 'cause of drizzlin' showers
Up come a flattop he was movin' up with me
Then come sailin' goodbye
In a little old suped up mini
I put my foot in my tank and I begin to roll
Moanin' sirens, was the state patrol
So I get out my wings and then I blew my horn
Bye-bye New Jersey I become airborne

Now you can't catch me
No, baby you can't catch me
'Cause if you get too close
You know I'm gone like a cool breeze

Flyin' with my baby last Saturday night
Wasn't no gray cloud floatin' in sight
Big full moon shinin' up above
Cuddle up honey be my love
Sweetest little thing that I ever seen
I'm gonna name you Mabelline
Flyin' with all the things set on flight control
Radio tuned to rock 'n' roll
Two, three hours passin' by
Altitude dropped to 505
Fuel consumption way too fast
Let's get on home before we run out of gas

Now you can't catch me
No baby, you can't catch me
'Cause if you get too close
You know I'm gone like a cool breeze

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2 weeks, 4 days ago

Edit 2 for headphones. (Less channel separation, more bass, more brass, more of everything.) This is an edit of the version of a Japanese "Let It Bleed" blu-ray cd (2013 cat. 018771812425). "You can't Always Get" was recorded on November 16 & 17, 1968. First released on "Let It Bleed" in 1969. Brian Jones ran into Al Kooper outside the studio during a break in the recording and invited him in to play on the track. Kooper became a main contributor to the song, whereas Jones didn't play on the cut. Brass instruments, great idea, Brian!

Lead vocals: Mick Jagger. Acoustic & electric guitars: Keith Richards. Maracas & congas: Rocky Dijon. Bass: Bill Wyman. French Horn: Al Kooper. Piano & organ: Al Kooper. Drums: Jimmy Miller. Choir: London Bach Choir. Background vocals: Madeline Bell, Nanette Newman, Doris Troy & the London Bach Choir.

YOU CAN'T ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT
(Jagger/Richards)

Choir:
I saw her today at the reception
A glass of wine in her hand
I knew she would meet her connection
At her feet was her footloose man

No, you can't always get what you want
You can't always get what you want
You can't always get what you want
And if you try sometime you find
You get what you need

I saw her today at the reception
A glass of wine in her hand
I knew she was gonna meet her connection
At her feet was, footloose man

You can't always get what you want
You can't always get what you want
You can't always get what you want
But if you try sometimes, well you might find
You get what you need

Oh yea-ay (hey-hey-hey, oooh)

And I went down to the demonstration
To get my fair share of abuse
Singin', 'We're gonna vent our frustration
If we don't, we're gonna blow a 50-amp fuse'
Sing it to me, now

(You can't always get what you want)
(You can't always get what you want)
(You can't always get what you want)
But if you try sometimes, well you just might find
You get what you need
Ooh baby, yeah, ooh

I went down to the Chelsea drugstore
To get your prescription filled
I was standin' in line with Mr. Jimmy
A-man, did he look pretty ill

We decided that we would have a soda
My favorite flavor, cherry red
I sung my song to Mr. Jimmy
Yeah, and he said one word to me, and that was 'dead'
I said to him

(You can't always get what you want) well no!
(You can't always get what you want) tell ya baby
(You can't always get what you want) no
But if you try sometimes, you just might find, mmm!
Mmm! you get what you need
Ooh yes! Woo!

(Instrumental & choir) Ooow-ooh!

You get what you need
Yeah!
Ooow, babe!
Ooh, yeah

I saw her today at the reception
In her glass was a bleeding man
She was practiced at the art of deception
Well, I could tell by her blood-stained hands
Say it!

(You can't always get what you want) yeah!
(You can't always get a-what you want) ooo-yeah, baby!
(You can't always get a-what you want)
But if you try sometime, you just might find
You just might find

2 weeks, 4 days ago

Edit for headphones, April 2022. The 1971 single "Rosetta" charted #1 in Holland and Belgium, #11 in the UK, #91 Australia. It charted #1 in seven other countries too.

ROSETTA
(Mike - born Michael - Snow) *

well my little girl is a sweet little girl
she does things that make your eyebrows curl
you let her loose for a Friday night
you know it's gonna end in a fight

Rosetta drinks her whisky neat
she gets in a fight and she might get beat
so I go around on the Saturday night
and ask her if she feels alright

Rosetta are you better are you well well well
Rosetta are you better are you well well well
well well well well well well well well well

when Friday comes she's fine again
so we go to a club where we got friends
knocked on the door but we couldn't get in
'caus the boss don't want no fuss

so we went up town and we drank around
Rosie ended on the ground
I took her home and I put her to bed
and you can guess what I said

Rosetta are you better are you well well well
Rosetta are you better are you well well well
well well well well well well well well well

Rosetta are you better are you well well well
Rosetta are you better are you well well well
well well well well well well well well well

well my little girl is a sweet little girl
but she does things makes your eyebrows curl
you let her loose on a Friday night
you know it's gonna end in a fight

Rosetta are you better are you well well well
Rosetta are you better are you well well well
well well well well well well well well well

well well well well well well well well well

you know it's alright
d you hear what I say
take it easy baby

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*
Born and raised in Liverpool, England, the son of Irish immigrants, Michael Snow began his professional music career in 1962 with the Merseybeat group The Barons, who recorded for Parlophone/EMI.
Moving to London in 1964, he joined West Five, scoring a chart hit with the early Jagger/Richards composition "Congratulations," after which his Irish roots showed briefly in a six-month stint with the prominent showband from Waterford, The Blue Aces (HMV Records).

As a London resident, Michael established himself as a freelance touring pianist/musical director with visiting R&B stars such as Doris Troy, Edwin Starr, Ben E. King, and The Checkmates.

Michael joined The Checkmates as a full member in 1966, helping the band's transition to mainstream rock acceptance under their new name Ferris Wheel. Having tasted songwriting success composing Marmalade's first hit "Can't Stop Now" (CBS), he became chief writer/arranger on a string of popular European releases from Ferris Wheel, retiring from the band in 1969 to pursue songwriting and studio session work, while also serving as a music publishing manager for the world renowned Robert Stigwood Organization. During his period he contributed to works by, most notably, Dusty Springfield, Lulu

2 weeks, 4 days ago

Edit for headphones, June 2021. The source of this edit is the song on cd three of the box set "Amazing Early 60s Box: 88 Hard-To-Find Hits" (Complete 60s – 12201).
Eydie Gormé (born Edith Gormezano; August 16, 1928 – August 10, 2013) was an American singer who had hits on the pop and Latin pop charts. She sang solo and with her husband, Steve Lawrence, on albums, television, Broadway, and in Las Vegas.
"Blame It on the Bossa Nova" was written by Cynthia Weil (lyrics) and Barry Mann. It was a 1963 hit single, reaching number 7 on the US Hot 100 in Billboard in March 1963. The song also peaked at number 32 in the UK.

Here is her impressive album catalogue:

Solo albums:

Delight (1956)
Eydie Gorme (1957)
Eydie Swings the Blues (1957)
Eydie Gorme Vamps the Roaring 20's (1958)
Eydie in Love (1958)
Gorme Sings Showstoppers (1958)
Love Is a Season (1958)
Eydie Gorme on Stage (1959)
Eydie in Dixieland (1959)
Come Sing with Me (1961)
I Feel So Spanish (1961)
Very Best of Eydie Gorme (1961)
Best of Eydie Gorme (1962)
Blame It on the Bossa Nova (1963)
Let the Good Times Roll (1963)
Gorme Country Style (1964)
Great Songs from 'The Sound of Music' & Broadway (1965)
Don't Go to Strangers (1966)
Softly, as I Leave You (1967)
The Look of Love (1968)
Eydie (1968)
Yes Indeed! (1969) Harmony
With All My Heart (1969) Harmony
Otra Vez (1969)
Melodies of Love (1970) Harmony
Tonight I'll Say a Prayer (1970)
If He Walked into My Life (1971) Harmony
It Was a Good Time (1971)
La Gorme (1976)
Muy Amigos/Close Friends with Danny Rivera (1977)
Since I Fell for You (1981)
Tomame O Dejame (1982)
De Corazon a Corazon (1988)
Eso Es El Amor (1992)
Silver Screen (1992)[23]
Blame It on the Bossa Nova (+ 2 bonus tracks) (2002)
Tonight I'll Say a Prayer/It Was a Good Time (2005)
Don't Go to Strangers/Softly as I Leave You (2012)
Since I Fell for You (+ 5 bonus tracks) (2014)
An American Treasure (2015)

With Steve Lawrence:

Steve & Eydie (1958)
We Got Us (1960)
Sing the Golden Hits (1960)
Our Best to You (1961)
Cozy (1961)
Two on the Aisle (1962)
Steve & Eydie at the Movies (1963)
That Holiday Feeling (1964)
Steve & Eydie Together on Broadway (1967)
Bonfa & Brazil with Luis Bonfa (1967)
Golden Rainbow (1968)
Real True Lovin' (1969)
What It Was, Was Love (1969)
A Man and a Woman (1970)
This Is Steve & Eydie (1971)
This Is Steve & Eydie, Vol. 2 (1972)
The World of Steve & Eydie (1972)(2009)
Feelin' (1972)
Songs by Steve & Eydie (1972)
Steve & Eydie Together (1975)
Our Love Is Here to Stay (1976)
Together Forever(1984)
Hallelujah (1984)
Through the Years (1985)
Alone Together (1990)
Happy Holidays (1990)[24]
Steve & Eydie and Friends Celebrate Gershwin (1990)
Steve & Eydie and Friends Celebrate Porter (1990)
Steve & Eydie and Friends Celebrate Berlin (1990)
Together on Broadway/Two on the Isle (2001)
To You from Us (2009)
Cozy/A Man & a Woman (2013)
Cozy/Two on the Isle (2013)

With Trio Los Panchos:

Amor (1964)
More Amor (19

2 weeks, 4 days ago


Edit 2 for headphones. Another vintage Stones song, from their first album. Source of this edit is the song on the 1964 album "The Rolling Stones" (London 820 047-2).
Background vocals: Brian Jones & Bill Wyman. Percussion: Brian Jones. Guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards. Organ: Ian Stewart. Lead vocals: Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts.

Recorded January 3, 1964. Released on the first UK studio album "THE ROLLING STONES" Decca Records, April 17, 1964 and on the first US studio album: "ENGLAND'S NEWEST HIT MAKERS, THE ROLLING STONES" London Records, released May 29, 1964.

YOU CAN MAKE IT IF YOU TRY
(written and produced in 1957 by Ted Jarrett)

you can make it if you try
you can make it if you try
you can make it if you try
yeh, yeh you can make it if you try

sometime you had to fall
don't you know sometime you want to cry
don't it make you feel so bad sometime
you wanna lay down and die
yeh, yeh, you can make it if you try, ummm

if you're baby treats you wrong
don't run around being blue
remember my friend
everybdody can't win
'caus you know sometime, sometime
you got to lose

you can make it if you try
they always told me
I could make it if I tried
I'm going to make it if i try
yeh, yeh, i'm gonna make it if I try
if you try

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2 weeks, 4 days ago

Edit (phaser) just for fun, for the official release is perfect and needs no editing.
It's the debut song by this British band, released 12 May 1967 and one of fewer than thirty singles to have sold over ten million copies worldwide.
Thanks "michisch2000" for the video.

Procol Harum's lyricist Keith Reid wrote the words to this song. He told us: "It's sort of a film, really, trying to conjure up mood and tell a story. It's about a relationship. There's characters and there's a location, and there's a journey. You get the sound of the room and the feel of the room and the smell of the room. But certainly there's a journey going on, it's not a collection of lines just stuck together. It's got a thread running through it." Reid got the idea for the title when it came to him at a party, which gave him a starting point for the song. Says Reid: "I feel with songs that you're given a piece of the puzzle, the inspiration or whatever. In this case, I had that title, 'Whiter Shade of Pale,' and I thought, There's a song here. And it's making up the puzzle that fits the piece you've got. You fill out the picture, you find the rest of the picture that that piece fits into."

Reid formed Procol Harum in 1967 with Gary Brooker, becoming an official member even though he didn't sing or play any instruments. "A Whiter Shade Of Pale" was one of about 15 songs that he wrote for their first album. Says Reid: "We were really excited about it and liked it a lot. And when we were rehearsing and routine-ing our first dozen songs or so, it was one that sounded really good. But there were a few others that we liked I would say equally - we have a song on our first album called 'Salad Days (Are Here Again)' that was a strong contender. At our first session, we cut four tracks, and 'Whiter Shade of Pale' was the one that recorded best. In those days it wasn't just a question of how good is your song? It was how good of a recording can you make? Because it was essentially live recording, and if you didn't have a great sound engineer or the studio wasn't so good, you might not get a very good-sounding record. And for some reason everything at our first studio session came out sounding really good."

Procol Harum had a few more modest hits, including "Homburg" and "Conquistador," but they attracted a devoted following, releasing 10 albums before breaking up in 1977 (they would re-form in 1991). The band was always more concerned with the quality and integrity of their music than with serving the singles market, which them unlikely candidates for one of the most successful singles of all time. When we spoke with Gary Brooker on the subject in 2010, he explained: "What is a hit? I think that any song that's going to immediately capture people and stay with them for a bit. What happens with a song that becomes a hit is that people want to hear it again, they've got to hear it again. Therefore, that requires what we call 'hooks,' doesn't it? And hooks can be all sorts of things, they can be just a little turnaround in the song. Often the people that aren't musicians, the producers and the people at record companies, are the ones that pick up on what is the hook. It might be an unimportant part of the song to you, but suddenly that is the part of the song that captures you. That's the part that hooks you and gets you in. So if you're thinking of a single, then you've got to have hooks and/or you've also got to have something that's quite different to everything else that's around. I think 'A Whiter Shade of Pale' fell into that category, something like - what's the one by the Irish girl that was a Prince song? 'Nothing Compares'? That's got lots of hooks in it, also. It was very different to whatever else was around musically, off the wall and interesting. We don't always want what we heard last week. It doesn't mean to follow the fads and fashions is what makes a success, often it's the complete opposite of that. The go-where-no-man-dares-to-tread."

2 weeks, 4 days ago

Not an edit. Another great song from John Sebastian's 1974 album "Tarzana Kid". Though the album was a commercial failure and did not chart it contains some amazingly beautiful precious gems you really wouldn't want to miss. Here is the first one on the album, a smashingly well done sound, proving John is a master in sound recording and a great musician. A genious. I heard a lot of sixties and seventies albums and the major part has a poor sound quality. John stands out from the crowd! A seventy four year old album that sounds like being recorded seventy four minutes ago... More songs of this album are published on this channel...

The first time I heard this song was while watching the movie "Walk The Line", the story about Johnny Cash, where Reese Witherspoon plays this tune. By the way: though it is not nice towards Johnny and June, I must admit that Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon sang some outstanding covers in that movie, some sounded even better than the original ones!

Considering the massive list of people who contributed to the album it must have been so very hard for John Sebastian to deal with the fact that the album was a commercial failure... let this be a comfort: in the early sixties when the Beatles were introduced to the Dutch tv audience, some backward tv host's talent scouting program concluded that they didn't stand a chance... or: a commercial failure doesn't at all represent the fineness of an album...

Personnel on the album:

John Sebastian – vocals, guitar, harmonica, autoharp, banjo, marimba, harmonica, dulcimer
Phil Everly – backing vocals
Emmylou Harris – backing vocals
Ry Cooder – mandolin, slide guitar
The Pointer Sisters – backing vocals
Lowell George – slide guitar, guitar, harmony vocals
Jim Gordon – drums
Kenny Altman – bass
Milt Holland – drums
Amos Garrett – guitar
Russell DaShiell – guitar
Richie Olson – clarinet
Bobbye Hall – congas
Jerry McKuen – guitar
Buddy Emmons – pedal steel guitar
Kelly Shanahan – drums
David Lindley – fiddle
David Grisman – mandolin
Ron Koss – guitar

WILDWOOD FLOWER
"Wildwood Flower" is a variant of the song "I'll Twine 'Mid the Ringlets", published in 1860 by composer Joseph Philbrick Webster, who wrote the music, with lyrics attributed to Maud Irving. Other versions of the song have evolved, including "The Pale Amaranthus" (collected in Kentucky and North Carolina, reported in 1911), "Raven Black Hair" and "The Pale Wildwood Flower" (collected 1915–1919), and "The Frail Wildwood Flower".

The original Carter Family first recorded "Wildwood Flower" in 1928 on the Victor label.

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2 weeks, 4 days ago

Edit (live'64) for headphones. Brian louder, Keith sharper. No babbling host, so another "hostless" edition.
This song was recorded live at Camden Theatre, London, March 19, 1964 during an experimental "stereo" tv broadcast by the BBC, one channel on mono tv, the other channel on mono radio to get a stereo sound.

The song was for ages on various bootlegs, along with three other stereo songs of that day, until they finally - 48 years later, in an other millenium - surfaced on "Grrr!" (super deluxe edition).

Rhythm guitar & backing vocals: Brian Jones. Lead vocals: Mick Jagger. Lead guitar: Keith Richards. Drums: Charlie Watts. Bass & backing vocals: Bill Wyman.

YOU BETTER MOVE ON
(Arthur Alexander)
(Alexander is the only songwriter whose songs have been covered on studio albums by the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan.)

You ask me to give up the hand of the girl I love
You tell me, I'm not the man she's worthy of
But who are you to tell her who to love?
That's up to her, yes, and the Lord above
You better move on

Well I know you can buy her fancy clothes and diamond rings
But I believe she's happy with me without those things
Still you beg me to set her free
But my friend, that will never be
You better move on

Now I don't blame you for loving her
But can't you understand, man, she's my girl
And I, never never ever gonna let her go
‘Cuz I, yeah, I love her so

I think you better go now , I'm getting mighty mad
You ask me to give up the only love I've ever had
Maybe I would, oh, but I love her so
I'm never gonna let her go
You better move on, you better moe on, you better move on,
you better move on

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2 weeks, 4 days ago

Edit for headphones of the mono version. Lip synch performance on "Beat Club" of March 29, 1969. From 1966 to 1968 The Rascals had three #1 hit singles in the US: "Good Lovin'" (1966), "Groovin'" (1967) and "People Got to Be Free" (1968). Other hit singles: "How Can I Be Sure?" (#4 1967) and "A Beautiful Morning" (#3 1968) and "A Girl Like You" (#10 1967). "Heaven" reached #39 (#17 Cash Box) in 1969 in the US, #4 in Canada, #58 in Australia.

Eddie Brigati: vocals. Felix Cavaliere: keyboard, vocals. Gene Cornish: guitar. Dino Danelli: drums. The "fifth Rascal" was Eddie Brigati's brother David, he helped arrange the vocal harmonies and sang backgrounds on many of the group's recordings.

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2 weeks, 5 days ago

Not an edit. A song from the 1973 album "Like An Old Fashioned Waltz (2005 remaster). This take has no violins.

Personnel on the album:
Sandy Denny - vocals, piano, acoustic guitars
Trevor Lucas - guitar
Jerry Donahue - electric guitar
Richard Thompson, Diz Disley - guitar
Jean Roussel, John "Rabbit" Bundrick - keyboards
Ian Armit - piano
Alan Skidmore - saxophone
Pat Donaldson, Dave Pegg, Danny Thompson - bass
Gerry Conway, Dave Mattacks - drums

With Like an Old Fashioned Waltz, Sandy Denny expands on the more polished moments that her previous work, Sandy (1972), had suggested. The tone throughout most of the record is melancholy and personal, with gentle piano, rich strings, and barely a trace of her British folk roots. "Solo," one of her best songs, opens the album with a sense of apprehension and yearning, while cuts such as the beautifully vivid title track, the longing "At the End of the Day," and the evocative closer "No End" nicely follow suit. The Ink Spots covers "Whispering Grass" and "Until the Real Thing Comes Along" break the mood a bit, but it's a testament to the breadth of Denny's talent that she's able to make this sort of jazz-inflected pop work for her. These two songs seem to hint at a new direction that never really materialized in her final years, though an entire album of Ink Spots tunes was actually rumored at one point. As Sandy Denny's last solo work for four years, Like an Old Fashioned Waltz remains an intimate and moving record.

AT THE END OF THE DAY (ALT. TAKE)
(Sandy Denny)

oh babe you are
the one I love
you are the one
I'm thinking of
you know it's still
a long long way
but I'll be home
at the end of the day

I'll sing my songs
just for you
and I'll bring my love
home to you
I can hardly wait
to see your face again
but I'll be home
at the end of the day

just miles and miles
of rosy sky
I'll fall asleep
by and by
I'm crying now
'caus you're
so far away
but I'll be home
at the end of the day

oh babe you are
the one I love
you are the one
I'm thinking of
so many words
I need to say
you'll hear them all
at the end of the day
I'll be home
at the end of the day

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2 weeks, 5 days ago

Edit for headphones. Source file of this edit is the song on the 1967 album "Bang Masters" (1991 digitally remixed and remastered says its booklet) EK 47041. (Not mentioned as RM on Discogs, but it is.) This time it was I who did the digital remixing and remastering, wonder what you think of it...
In 1967 no. 18 in Holland's Top 40. Didn't chart anywhere else. Dig a meter in the ground, go stand in it and go shame yourselves, all you non-Dutch...

SPANISH ROSE
(Van Morrison)

the wine beneath the bed,
the things we've done and said
and all the memories that come glancing back to me
in my loneliness

you're standing in the breach
beyond that stretch, but our love reach
unconsciousness that has find me sometimes wondering
where you're at

hmm, take me back again,
take me back one more time, spanish rose

the way you pulled the gate
behind you when you said, "it ain't too late,
come on, let's swing the town and have a, ball tonight."

and hoping you'd come through
and many others, too,
and all the friends we used to have in days gone by,
I'm wondering

if you'll take me back again,
take me back one more time, spanish rose

and when the lights went out there
no one was about
and all the country in full bloom
in the room we danced

and many hearts were torn
and when the word went around that everything was wrong
and just couldn't be put right
it tore me up, it tore me up, love

the way you held a note
the trembling in your throat
that just beginning of your wondrous smile

the rising of the water
the winter winds of days gone by
I often ask myself and wonder why
it's gone

oh take me back again
take me back one more time, spanish rose

in slumber you did sleep
the window I did creep
and touch your raven hair and sang that song
again to you

you did not even wince
you thought I was the prince
to come and take you from your misery
and lonely castle walls

ah, take me back again
take me back one more time, spanish rose

ah ah ah ah mm mm
da (26 x)

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®© therock&rollingsixties

2 weeks, 5 days ago

Edit (extended) for headphones. Two minutes and six seconds longer, 'cause I just can't get enough of this piece of art. Kate and Anna McGarrigle were from Quebec. In the 1960s, in Montreal, they began performing in public and writing their own songs. From 1963 to 1967 they teamed up with Jack Nissenson and Peter Weldon to form the folk group "Mountain City Four". Kate's son is Rufus Wainwright, her daughter is Martha Wainwright.
This song is from the album "Kate & Anna McGarrigle" (2011 remaster).

A #18 hit in Holland in 1976. Can't find any info on other countries' charts about this song. Anyone?

COMPLAINTE POUR STE CATHERINE
(Anna McGarrigle and Philippe Tatarcheff)

moi j'me promène sous Ste Catherine, j'profite la chaleur du métro
je n'me regarde pas dans les vitrines, quand il fait trente en dessous d'zéro

il y'a longtemps qu'on fait d'la politique, vingt ans de guerre contre les moustiques

je ne me sens pas intrépide, quand il fait frais j'fais pas du ski
j'ai pas d'motel aux Laurentides, le samedi c'est l'soir du hockey

il y'a longtemps qu'on fait d'la politique, vingt ans de guerre contre les moustiques

faut pas croire que j'suis une imbécile, parce que j'chauffe pas une convertible
la gloire c'est pas mal inutile, au prix de gaz c'est trop pénible

il y'a longtemps qu'on fait d'la politique, vingt ans de guerre contre les moustiques

on est tous frères pis ça s'adonne, qu'on a toujours eu du bon temps
parce qu'on reste sur la terre des hommes, même les femmes et les enfants

il y'a longtemps qu'on fait d'la politique, vingt ans de guerre contre les moustiques

croyez pas qu'on n'est pas chrétien, le dimanche on promène son chien

la la la la la la laaa laaa
la la la la la la la laaa

la la la la la la laaa laaa
la la la la la la la laaaaaaaaa...

il y'a longtemps qu'on fait d'la politique, vingt ans de guerre contre les moustiques

je ne me sens pas intrépide, quand il fait frais j'fais pas du ski
j'ai pas d'motel aux Laurentides, le samedi c'est l'soir du hockey

il y'a longtemps qu'on fait d'la politique, vingt ans de guerre contre les moustiques

la la la etc.

The bit about ‘la politique’ is a joke, seeing as the only politics the narrator’s interested in is the battle against mosquitos (though admittedly this is a serious enough concern during the Canadian summer!).

Je n’ me regarde pas dans les vitrines – when it’s 33 degrees C minus zero, people run from metro to metro and have no time to look in window panes to see if their hair is right or what is in the windows.

J’ai pas d’ motel aux Laurentides – People tend to have a small second house up in the Laurentides, north of Montreal, mainly to ski. In summer there’s a lot of mosquitos.

S’adonner means to like each other very much in a familiar way: to be fond of each other. We are all brothers because we are all fond of each other (i.e. the singer and her friends) Ça = that = (here) part of colloquial or vernacular : the people or thing we are talking about = us (used because it is ‘logical’, ‘goes without saying’, this exists in France as well).

le dimanche on promène son chien – We don’t do anything sinful on Sundays.

Translation (found on the web):

me, I walk along Ste Catherine
getting the warmth from the Métro
I don’t look through shop windows
when it’s thirty below zero
we’ve been in politics for a long time
twenty years of war against mosquitos
I don’t feel intrepid
when it snows I don’t go skiing
I don’t have a motel in the Laurentians
saturday night is hockey night
we’ve been in politics for a long time
twenty years of war against mosquitos
don’t think that I’m an fool
because I don’t drive a convertible
the glory is fairly useless
at the price of gas (petrol) it’s too distressing
we’ve been in politics for a long time
twenty years of war against mosquitos
we’re all brothers ’cause we devote ourselves
to always having a good time
because we’re on the earth of men
and women and children
we’ve been in politics for a long time
twenty years of war against mosquitos
don’t believe that we’re not Christians
on Sundays we walk our dogs

Some commentary from the web:

Ste Catherine is the name of Montreal’s main shopping street. It’s also the name of a metro station, but you ‘profite de la chaleur du métro"’ when you’re above ground, standing atop the exhaust vents that pump out stale hot air from the subway.

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2 weeks, 5 days ago

Edit for headphones. Source of the edit is the song on cd 1 of the 2014 Kinks 50th anniversary album "The Anthology 1964-1971" (remastered 5 cd box)(cat.nr. 88875021542).
Interesting song, standing out from the rest of the early Kinks' songs.

2 weeks, 5 days ago

Edit 1 for headphones. Recorded February 23, 1969. Merry Clayton's vocals were added November 2 1969. Released on "Let It Bleed", on December 5, 1969 and at first titled "Gimmie Shelter" instead of "Gimme Shelter".
Lead vocals & harmonica: Mick Jagger. Electric guitars: Keith Richards. Drums: Charlie Watts. Bass: Bill Wyman. Female vocal solo: Merry Clayton. Backing vocals: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards & Merry Clayton. Piano: Nicky Hopkins. Percussion (güïro): Jimmy Miller.

GIMME SHELTER
(Jagger/Richards)

Oh, a storm is threat'ning
My very life today
If I don't get some shelter
Oh yeah, I'm gonna fade away

War, children, it's just a shot away
It's just a shot away
War, children, it's just a shot away
It's just a shot away

Ooh, see the fire is sweepin' our very street today
Burns like a red coal carpet, mad bull lost its way

War, children, it's just a shot away
It's just a shot away
War, children, it's just a shot away
It's just a shot away

Rape, murder!
It's just a shot away
It's just a shot away

Rape, murder!
It's just a shot away
It's just a shot away

Rape, murder!
It's just a shot away
It's just a shot away

The floods is threat'ning my very life today
Gimme, gimme shelter, or I'm gonna fade away

War, children, it's just a shot away
It's just a shot away
It's just a shot away
It's just a shot away
It's just a shot away
I tell you love, sister, it's just a kiss away
It's just a kiss away
It's just a kiss away
It's just a kiss away
It's just a kiss away
Kiss away, kiss away

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2 weeks, 5 days ago

Not an edit, straight from the album "The Vaudeville Years 1968 to 1970" (1998 release, 2 cd with bonus dvd)
A song by Jeremy Spencer.

No lyricas on the web.

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2 weeks, 5 days ago

Edit 1 for headphones. Recorded June 10 & 11, 1964. Released in the UK and US as B side to "It's all over now". Released on the "12 x 5", "Big hits (high tide and green grass)", "More Hot Rocks (big hits and fazed cookies)" and some two million more compilation albums, a nasty habit of these rolling stones...

Harmonica: Brian Jones. Vocals: Mick Jagger. Acoustic guitar: Keith Richards. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts.

This song is quite like "As tears go by", with this difference: no strings messing up the Stones sound. This is how "As tears go by" could have sounded... pure guitar and singing.

GOOD TIMES, BAD TIMES
(Jagger/Richards)

there've been good times
there've been bad times
I have my share of hard times, too
but I lost my faith in the world
honey, when I lost you

remember the good times we've had together
don't you want them back again
though these hard times are bugging me now
honey, now it's a sin

there's gotta be trust in this world
or it won't get very far
well, trust in someone
or there's gonna be war

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2 weeks, 6 days ago

Edit for headphones. From the bootleg album "Genuine Black Box" a 6 cd production by Scorpio.
Of much better quality than the one on "Grrr!", that has a lot of noise. Shame on you, ABKCO!

Recorded during the Stones first recording session in March of 1962, Re-recorded March 11, 1963. Never before officially released in the US or UK, but released in 1983 in West Germany on the album "The Rest of the Best".

Guitars: Brian Jones, Keith Richards. Vocals: Mick Jagger. Bass: Dick Taylor, Bill Wyman (second recording). Piano: Ian Stewart. Drums: Charlie Watts (second recording).

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BRIGHT LIGHTS, BIG CITY
(Jimmy & Mary Reed)

bright lights, big city
gone to my baby's head
bright lights, big city
gone to my baby's head

I'd tried to tell the woman but she doesn't believe a word I said
go light pretty baby... gonna need my help some day
it's all right pretty baby... gonna need my help some day

you're gonna wish you listened to some of those things I said

go ahead pretty baby
oh, honey knock yourself out
go ahead pretty baby
oh honey knock yourself out

I still love you baby cause you don't know what it's all about

bright lights, big city
gone to my baby's head
bright lights, big city
gone to my baby's head

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2 weeks, 6 days ago

Edit for headphones, October 2021. A song from cd one of the 2001 remastered four cd box set "Buffalo Springfield" (8122-74324-2). Recorded by "Doc" Siegel at Gold Star recording studios, Hollywood, ca. June 1966. This is a demo for Sonny & Cher. The demo was previously unreleased until this four cd box set.

THERE GOES MY BABE
(Neil Young)

the end has come
the sky has lost it's sun
the harm is done
he was the only one

there goes my babe
there goes what might have been
there goes my babe
in the cool morning rain
and now my heart
lies empty and still again

if he were here
I'd long to hold him near
but now it's clear
the price of love is dear

there goes my babe
there goes what might have been
there goes my babe
in the cool morning rain
and now my heart
lies empty and still again

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®© therock&rollingsixties

2 weeks, 6 days ago

Edit for headphones, peace for your neighbours, March 2021.
Source of this edit is song nr.4 of cd nr.5 of the 13 cd bootleg "Collector Treasures 1968-1974" by Wonderland Records (WLR SF 6874). The song was recorded in the Olympic Sound Studio in London, 17 April - 2 July 1969. Producer was Jimy Miller, the sound engineers were Glyn Johns and Vic Smith.

This - shorter - version has a much brighter solo guitar sound, and no brass.

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P.S.
Photo at 1:43 from Brian’s last photo session as a Rolling Stone. 21 May 1969.
Photos of Brian standing with newspaper at 1:35 and sitting with newspaper at 1:53 were taken at the hotel swimming pool in Morocco, February 1967.

Recorded the night of 2 July 1969. The band were recording this when the news came through that Brian had died.

2 weeks, 6 days ago

Edit 2b for headphones. Otis Redding and his beautiful version of "That's how strong my love is".
I made a new edit, with more bass. Copyright problems, hence this kind of video.
Enjoy!
No sounds were added, it's Otis' bass man...

""That's How Strong My Love Is" was a hit debut song by deep soul singer O.V. Wright in 1964. The single was a hit on the American R&B chart.
The song was written by Wright's manager and publicist at the time, Roosevelt Jamison, who came from a gospel music background" (Wikipedia). It is very clear Roosevelt wrote the song with God in his thoughts: the whole song is about how big God is, how great His love is, how much power He has. Love the text, it is the truth...

"The song is a soulful love ballad and has been covered many times since, most notably by Otis Redding in 1965 and appears on his album The Great Otis Redding Sings Soul Ballads. Three other version of the song were recorded in 1965, one by The Rolling Stones on their album Out of Our Heads, a second by The In Crowd, released as a single and the third by The Hollies on their self-titled album "The Hollies"" (Wikipedia).

THAT'S HOW STRONG MY LOVE IS
(Roosevelt Jamison)

If I was the sun way up there
I'd go with love most everywhere
I'll be the moon when the sun goes down
Just to let you know that I'm still around

That's how strong my love is, oh
That's how strong my love is,
That's how strong my love is, baby, baby,
That's how strong my love is.

I'll be the weeping willow drowning in my tears
You can go swimming when you're here
I'll be the rainbow when the sun is gone
Wrap you in my colors and keep you warm

That's how strong my love is, darling,
That's how strong my love is, baby,
That's how strong my love is, oooh,
That's how strong my love is.

I'll be the ocean so deep and wide
I'll get out the tears whenever you cry,
I'll be the breeze after the storm is gone
To dry your eyes and love you warm

That's how strong my love is, baby,
That's how strong my love is,
That's how strong my love is, darling,
That's how strong my love is,

That's how strong my love is, so deep in,
Well, that's how strong my love is
So much love, yes so much love, oohh,
Yes so much love, yes so much love,
Anything that I can do, I'll be good for you,
Any kind of love you want, I'll be with you....

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2 weeks, 6 days ago

Edit for headphones, June 2021. The song was released on the 1960 album "Love You So...", also onthe three cd box "Amazing Early 60s Box: 88 Hard-To-Find Hits" (Complete 60s – 12201).

Rolan Webster Holden (August 7, 1939 – January 22, 1997) was an American pop and rhythm and blues singer from Seattle, Washington. He appeared on The Lloyd Thaxton Show, Mike Douglas Show, American Bandstand and The Dick Clark Show. He performed at the Apollo Theater with artists Jackie Wilson, the Crests and Redd Foxx. Most notable were USO tour-stops with Elvis Presley, Pat Boone and Connie Francis.

Between 1958 and 1965 Ron toured with Hank Ballard & the Midnighters, James Brown, Brook Benton, Etta James, Cleve Duncan & the Penguins, Rosie and the Originals, the 5 Royales, the Coasters, Freddy Cannon, the Crests, Marvin & Johnny, Don and Dewey, Big Joe Turner, Marv Johnson, Mickey & Silvia, Harvey Fuqua & the Moonglows, Jimmy Clanton, the Olympics, Donnie Brooks and Bill Haley.

In 1969, Ron, as singer/entertainer, formed a six piece rock and R&B band: Ron Holden & Good News, performing at various clubs and festivals in the Seattle/Tacoma area for about eight months. The members were Charles Jefferson (trumpet), Bob Cozzetti (trumpet), Tim Gemmill (tenor sax-ouch!-phone & flute), Steve Swartz (drums), Toby Cyer (electric guitar) and Bruce Ransom (electric bass & guitar).

Ron was discovered by Larry Nelson. Ron spread the rumor that he had been heard singing by Nelson while being held in the King County jail after being arrested for marijuana and alcohol possession, but the story has not been confirmed. In 1959 Holden recorded the single "Love You So", peaking at #11 on the R&B Singles chart and #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 in April 1960. Donna Records, owned by record company producer Bob Keane, bought the rights to Holden's recordings shortly after and issued a full LP entitled "Love You So"; this record was re-issued by Del-Fi Records in 1994. Holden returned to the charts in 1974 with "Can You Talk?" (US R&B #49).

LOVE YOU SO
(Ron Holden)

ahh my darling I love you so
more than you'll ever know
each night I kneel and say a prayer
hoping when I wake you'll still be there
I need your love with all my heart
promise me we'll never part
we have a love that's sure to be
true love for all eternity

always remember my love is true
no matter what I may do
and stay in this heart of mine
until the very end of time

my dearest I beg of you
to keep this love so plain and true
I ask the Lord, Lord up above
to never take away our love
no matter what I may do
remember my love is true
we have a love that's sure to be
true love, for all eternity
wow wow wow oh oooh woo wooo

®© NaxosofAmerica on behalf of Walhall Eternity Series

2 weeks, 6 days ago

Edit 2 for headphones of the mono single. Some more bass on this one. A number one hit twice in Holland: in 1970, and in 1980 with the live version. #1 New Zealand, #2 UK, #2 Canada, #2 Germany, #4 Australia and # 9 in what's wrong with U, SA ?
Again the source file is (the mono version) from the great quality album "The Kinks Remastered" (1995 Castle cd # 268).

The line "You drink champagne and it tastes just like cherry cola" was recorded as "it tastes just like Coca-Cola." The BBC refused to play it because of the commercial reference, so Ray Davies flew from New York to London to change the lyric and get the song on the air.
(By the way: I like cherry cola the best.)

The Kinks were not the first to sing about Lola and Cola; an anti prohibition song from 1918 (amongst others sung by Edward Meeker) has the line: "At the table with Lola they will serve us Coca-Cola." The song is: "Ev'ry Day'll Be Sunday When The Town Goes Dry".

Ray Davies wrote the lyrics after the Kinks' manager got drunk at a club and started dancing with what he thought was a woman.

Dave Davies stated he deserved a songwriting credit on the track, leading to additional friction with his brother Ray, who got the sole composer credit. This is what has always bothered me: how can Jagger/Richards take all the credits, when it is a GROUP'S thing? How can one even bypass his brother in such things. I just don't understand it...

LOLA
(Ray Davies)

I met her in a club down in North Soho
Where you drink champagne and it tastes just like cherry cola
C-O-L-A cola

She walked up to me and she asked me to dance
I asked her name and in a dark brown voice she said, "Lola"
L-O-L-A Lola, lo lo lo lo Lola

Well, I'm not the world's most physical guy
But when she squeezed me tight she nearly broke my spine
Oh my Lola, lo lo lo lo Lola

Well, I'm not dumb but I can't understand
Why she walk like a woman and talk like a man
Oh my Lola, lo lo lo lo Lola, lo lo lo lo Lola

Well, we drank champagne and danced all night
Under electric candlelight
She picked me up and sat me on her knee
And said, "Little boy won't you come home with me?"

Well, I'm not the world's most passionate guy
But when I looked in her eyes
Well, I almost fell for my Lola
Lo lo lo lo Lola, lo lo lo lo Lola

Lola lo lo lo lo Lola lo lo lo lo Lola

I pushed her away, I walked to the door
I fell to the floor, I got down on my knees
I looked at her, and she at me

Well that's the way that I want it to stay
And I always want it to be that way for my Lola
Lo lo lo lo Lola

Girls will be boys, and boys will be girls
It's a mixed-up, muddled-up, shook-up world
Except for Lola, lo lo lo lo Lola

Well I left home just a week before
And I've never ever kissed a woman before
But Lola smiled and took me by the hand
And said, "Little boy, gonna make you a man"

Well I'm not the world's most masculine man
But I know what I am and I'm glad I'm a man
And so is Lola
Lo lo lo lo Lola, lo lo lo lo Lo

2 weeks, 6 days ago

Edit 1 (stereojack) for headphones. I used the six basic files of StereoJack's "Sad Day" edit and edited them in a different way. StereoJack's edit is here: https://youtu.be/tBgB_ErVLLU .
Another StereoJack achievement is this edit of "Tell Me": https://youtu.be/XE7jlvI_Waw
I never heard "Tell Me" sounding stereo like this, stunning!
Congratulations StereoJack!!! Please visit StereoJack's channel!

"Sad Day" was recorded December 3-8, 1965 in Los Angeles, RCA Studios, Hollywood, released first in the US as a B side single for "19th Nervous Breakdown" on February 11, 1966. Released October 1973 in the UK on "No Stone Unturned". In the US in 1989 on "Singles Collection, The London Years". Further more, as usual, on tons of other compilation albums... It even was released as B side to "You can't always get what you want" in 1969. In Holland "Sad Day" was released as a single June 9, 1973 (its B side (!) was "You can't always get what you want"); it reached nr 19 in the Dutch Top 40.

Guitars: Brian Jones, Keith Richards. Vocals: Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Piano: Jack Nitzsche.

SAD DAY
(Jagger/Richards)

someone woke me up this mornin' and I lit a cigarette
found myself when I stopped yawnin', started getting myself dressed
then I felt I had a dream, I remembered the things I'd seen
I could still hear the things you said with that bad dream in my head
it was a sad day, bad day, sad day, bad day

so I called you on the phone and your friend said "she's not home"
so I told her where I'd be at and that you should call me back
then I looked at the morning mail, I was not even expecting a bill
your letter a-started "Dear", and it left me with these tears.
it was a sad day, bad day, sad day, bad day

think of the times that we had rows, but we patched them up somehow
think of the times I tried to go, but you screamed and told me no
there is only one thing in this world that I can't understand, that's a girl
I keep a-readin' the things you said, like a bad dream in my head
it was a sad day, bad day, sad day, bad day

oh, what a sad, sad, old day - a sad, old day
it was a sad, old day
a sad, old day. It was a bad, old day, sad old day a bad old day
if there is one awful thing in this world that I can't understand, that's a girl
it was a sad, sad old day, sad old day
it was a sad, old day

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2 weeks, 6 days ago

Edit for headphones, for a more 'profound' experience.
Lyrics by Van Morrison. Traditional arrangement Lonnie Donegan & Van Morrison.
"Midnight Special" is a traditional folk song thought to have originated among prisoners in the American South. The title comes from the refrain which refers to the passenger train Midnight Special and its "ever-loving light" (sometimes "ever-living light").

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3 weeks ago

Edit for headphones. A self composed and written song by José Feliciano and his wife Janna Merlyn Feliciano. From his beautiful album "10 to 23". Great voice, great song, didn't chart that well, pity, for it is a a masterpiece. In 1969 it was #19 on the Adult Contemporary (based on radio airplays), #76 Billboard Hot 100, #67 Canada, #36 Australia, #21 Spain, #9 New Zealand, #7 Austria, #6 Sweden, #1 in Japan, #1 in Turkey, the land that now has a new Hitler running it... a dangerous idiot, good friends with the pope. Watch these two fools, together they are a menace to this planet's peace & welfare ! May it rain fire on these two bastards... Or do you think the heads of a phedophile movement and a killer movement deserve better?

RAIN
(José Feliciano/Janna Merlyn Feliciano )

listen to the pouring rain
listen to it pour,
and with every drop of rain
you know I love you more

let it rain all night long,
let my love for you go strong,
as long as we're together
who cares about the weather?

listen to the falling rain,
listen to it fall,
and with every drop of rain,
I can hear you call,
call my name right out loud,
I can here above the clouds
and I'm here among the puddles,
you and I together huddle.

listen to the falling rain,
listen to it fall.

it's raining,
it's pouring,
the old man is snoring,
went to bad
and bumped his head,
he couldn't get up in the morning,

listen to the falling rain,
listen to the rain

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3 weeks ago

Edit (early mix cold end) for headphones. Source is song 17 of cd three ("Living In The Stone Age") of the six cd bootleg box set "Genuine Black Box" (Scorpio). April 20 1968, Olympic Sound Studios, London.
Bootleggers state: early alternate mix (faster) with different vocal track.
Others state: a live version recorded for an alternative performance clip, which I think is true.

Recorded during the "Beggars Banquet" sessions in 1968, but kept off the album and released as a single on May 24, 1968. 1968. Released on "Through the past, darkly (big hits vol. 2)", September 12, 1969.

Main guitar riff was devised by Brian Jones and Bill Wyman, but they were'nt credited.

Electric guitars: Brian Jones. Mellotron: Brian Jones. Lead vocals: Mick Jagger. Acoustic guitars and bass: Keith Richards. Drums: Charlie Watts. Maracas: Jimmy Miller. Organ: Bill Wyman. Background vocals: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards.

JUMPIN' JACK FLASH
(Jagger/Richards)

Watch it!

I was born in a cross-fire hurricane
and I howled at my ma in the driving rain,
but it's all right now, in fact, it's a gas!
but it's all right. I'm Jumpin' Jack Flash,
it's a Gas! Gas! Gas!

I was raised by a toothless, bearded hag,
I was schooled with a strap right across my back,
but it's all right now, in fact, it's a gas!
but it's all right, I'm Jumpin' Jack Flash,
it's a Gas! Gas! Gas!

I was drowned, I was washed up and left for dead.
I fell down to my feet and I saw they bled.
I frowned at the crumbs of a crust of bread.
yeah, yeah, yeah
I was crowned with a spike right thru my head.
but it's all right now, in fact, it's a gas!
but it's all right, I'm Jumpin' Jack Flash,
it's a Gas! Gas! Gas!

jumping Jack Flash, its a gas
jumping Jack Flash, its a gas
jumping Jack Flash, its a gas
jumping Jack Flash, its a gas

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3 weeks ago

Not an edit (1b). This song is on the 2007 album "Cover Me" (2cd - 5051442-2716-2-1). Gabriele Susanne Kerner (born 24 March 1960), better known as Nena, is a German singer-songwriter, actress, and comedian who rose to international fame in 1983 as the eponymous lead vocalist of the band Nena with the Neue Deutsche Welle song "99 Luftballons". In the same year the band re-recorded this song in English as "99 Red Balloons". Nena's re-recording of some of the band's old hit songs as a solo artist, produced by the co-composer of most of them, her former Nena band colleague and keyboard player Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen, rekindled her solo career in 2002. Combined with the success of the Nena band years, she has sold over 25 million records, making her one of Germany's most successful music artists.

Nena and the band have made this superb cover. Stunning, that's how I think they did it. And to be honest: like the Stones did with so many covers: Nena and her henchmen did a better job than the Stones!

3 weeks ago

Edit 1 for headphones, May 24, 2021. Otis Redding died in a plane crash on December 10, 1967, a month before this song was released (January 8, 1968) and three days after he recorded it. It was by far his biggest hit and was also the first ever posthumous nr.1 single in the US. Otis was a rising star moving toward mainstream success at the time of his death.

Otis had been at San Francisco playing The Fillmore and he was staying at a boathouse (in Sausalito, across the bay from San Francisco), which is where he got the idea of the ship coming in. That's about all he had: "I watch the ships come in and I watch them roll away again." He took that and finished the lyrics.

Redding ended up sitting on a dock on the San Francisco Bay thanks to Bill Graham, who ran the Fillmore West Auditorium. Redding played three shows there, December 20-22, 1966. Graham gave Redding a choice: he could stay at a hotel, or at a boathouse in nearby Sausalito. Redding liked the outdoors, so he chose the boathouse.

The end of this song contains perhaps the most famous whistling in music history. It wasn't planned, but when Steve Cropper and Stax engineer Ronnie Capone heard it, they knew it had to stay. Cropper explained on his website: "If you're an Otis Redding fan you'd know that he's probably the world's greatest at ad-libbing at the end of a song. Sometimes you could go another minute or two with Otis Redding's ad-libs - they were so spontaneous and felt so great. And this particular song I think baffled Otis a little bit because of the tempo and the mood, so when we got down to the end of it he really didn't have anything to ad-lib with, and he just started whistling. That just sparked Ronnie Capone and myself off, and almost immediately we said, 'Hey man, that's great, leave that in there.' It sure is a cool melody to go out with."

Redding recorded this with Booker T. & the MG's, the house band for Stax Records.

Otis Redding – vocals
Booker T. Jones or Isaac Hayes – keyboards
Steve Cropper – guitar
Donald Dunn – bass guitar
Al Jackson Jr. – drums
Wayne Jackson – trumpet & trombone
Andrew Love – saxophone

Charts:

U.S. Billboard Hot 100 1
U.S. Hot Rhythm & Blues Singles 1
US Cashbox Top 100 3
UK Singles 3
New Zealand 3
South Africa 3
Holland 6
Canada 7
Ireland 13
Italy 29
Russia - (backward totalitarian state)
China (backward totalitarian state)(origine of pandemic viruses)(producer of bad quality products)
Iran - (backward totalitarian state)
Syria - (backward totalitarian state)
North-Korea - (backward totalitarian state)
Cuba - (backward totalitarian state)
etc.

(SITTIN' ON) THE DOCK OF THE BAY
(Steve Cropper/Otis Redding)

sittin' in the mornin' sun
I'll be sittin' when the evenin' comes
watching the ships roll in
then I watch 'em roll away again, yeah

I'm sittin' on the dock of the bay
watchin' the tide roll away, ooh
I'm just sittin' on the dock of the bay
wastin' time

I left my home in Georgia
headed for the Frisco Bay
'cause I've had nothin' to live for
it look like nothin's gonna come my way

so I'm just gon' sittin' on the dock of the bay
watchin' the tide roll away, ooh
I'm sittin' on the dock of the bay, wastin' time

look like nothin's gonna change
everything still remains the same
I can't do what ten people tell me to do
so I guess I'll remain the same, yes

sittin' here restin' my bones
and this loneliness won't leave me alone, listen
rwo thousand miles, I roam
Just to make this dock my home

now I'm just gon' sit, at the dock of the bay
watchin' the tide roll away, ooh yeah
sittin' on the dock of the bay
wastin' time

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3 weeks ago

Edit for headphones. Another Dutch gem from 1967 that deserves to be on Youtube. buy their album "Save Our Souls" if you like the group
(the sound engineers Albert Kos en Gerard Beckers did a perfect job on this album)
(this one is mp3 source, so sorry, not the best quality)

Recorded May 1967.

Willem Schoone: bass, vocals
Rob Hoeke: piano, organ,
Frans Hoeke: guitar
Martin Rudelsheim: drums
John Schuursma: sologuitar

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3 weeks ago

Edit (stereo version) for headphones. Source is on "The Singles Collection, The London Years" (3 cd) Japanese mini lp remastered (uicy-93035/7). This one is from the Andrew Loog Oldham period (with his crappy orchestra). I think he tried to copy Phil Spector's wall of sound. This edit is just to build that wall a bit bigger.

Recorded July 1, 1964, released first as a B-side single to "I Don't Know Why" in May, 1975, then released on the album "Metamorphosis" in June, 1975. Although released as a Stones song, the only Stone believed on it is Mick Jagger on the vocals. Features Jimmy Page & John McLaughlin on guitars, Andy White on drums, and other session musicians.

TRY A LITTLE HARDER
(Jagger/Richards)

do, do, do doot, do doo n' do doot
don't you worry try a little harder
don't you worry try a little harder
don't you worry try a little harder
don't you worry try a little harder
the girl really wants you man, don't you see
you gotta give her all the lovin', that she needs
have a try, try it one more time
have a try, try it one more time

don't you worry try a little harder
don't you worry try a little harder
give her lovin' that's a little stronger
give her lovin' that's a little stronger
if you with your baby when the day turns to night
you gotta give her lovin' make her feel all right
it's all right, it's all right
try one more time, it's all right

don't you worry try a little harder
don't you worry try a little harder
say goodnight and stay a little longer
say goodnight but stay a little longer
you gotta keep her from cryin' then, you got to try
to work pretty hard to keep her satisfied
just try, try it one more time
try it one more time, have a try
try a little bit harder
try a little bit harder
try a little bit harder baby
try a little harder, try a little harder
but if you with your baby when the day turns to night
you gotta give her lovin' make her feel all right, have a try

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3 weeks ago

Edit for headphones. The Byrds - Mr. Tambourine Man (1965) With the stereo version of the song. Edit.
A #1 hit in the US and in the UK. A #3 hit in Holland.

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3 weeks, 1 day ago

Edit 2 for headphones. A hundred and fifty two fashion images from this wonderful world of colors.
Mellotron, guitar, backing vocals: Brian Jones. Percussion: Brian Jones & Mick Jagger. Lead & backing vocals: Mick Jagger. Piano: Nicky Hopkins. Guitar & backing vocals: Keith Richards. Bass & backing vocals: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Strings: arranged by John Paul Jones (who was doing session work two years before he joined Led Zeppelin). Nicky Hopkins played piano on this song. Hopkins, along with Ian Stewart and Billy Preston, played on Stones albums from "Between The Buttons" in 1967 until "Black And Blue" in 1976. Preston usually played on the more Gospel-sounding songs where an organ was required; Stewart played boogie-woogie on the fast songs, and Hopkins played on the ballads.

Recorded May 18, 1967. "She's a Rainbow" was released as a single in December 1967. Charts: in Holland #2 (it was in the Dutch charts for 16 weeks), Switzerland #3, Austria #8, Australia #9, Canada #9, France #10, Belgium #13, Spain #19, US #25. In 2007 it charted #25 in Denmark. Didn't chart in the UK.

This was one of the first songs The Rolling Stones produced without manager Andrew Loog Oldham. Apple used this in 1999 commercials for their colorful iMac computers. Sony used the song in an advert for Bravia color tv's.

When you love someone you write love songs to & about her, especially someone as spectacularly beautiful as Marianne. This song is about Marianne Faithfull.

SHE'S A RAINBOW
(Jagger/Richards)

she comes in colors everywhere
she combs her hair, she's like a rainbow
coming colors in the air
mm, everywhere, she comes in colors

she comes in colors everywhere
she combs her hair, she's like a rainbow
coming colors in the air, oh, everywhere
she comes in colors

have you seen her dressed in blue
see the sky in front of you
and her face is like a sail
speck of white so fair and pale
have you seen a lady fairer

she comes in colors everywhere
she combs her hair, she's like a rainbow
coming colors in the air, mm everywhere
she comes in colors

have you seen her all in gold
like a queen in days of old
she shoots colors all around
like a sunset going down
have you seen a lady fairer

she comes in colors everywhere
she combs her hair, she's like a rainbow
coming colors in the air, oh everywhere
she comes in colors

she's like a rainbow
coming colors in the air
oh everywhere
she comes in colours

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3 weeks, 1 day ago