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the rolling stones - we love you - stereo remix IIIb
Edit 3b for headphones. Recorded June 12, 1967, released in the UK as a single on August 18, 1967, and as a B side single in the US on the same day. Source of the edit: "More hot rocks (Big hits & fazed cookies)" (Japanese mini lp remastered 2006) [uicy-93033-34].
Mellotron and brass: Brian Jones. Piano: Nicky Hopkins. Lead vocals: Mick Jagger. Guitars: Keith Richards. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Backing vocals: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, John Lennon and Paul McCartney.
See below, the last paragraph, for a great review by Lucin.
WE LOVE YOU
we don't care if you'd only love we
we don't care if you'd only love we
we love you, we love you, and we hope that you will love we too
we love they, we love they, and we want you to love they too
we don't care if you hound we and lock the doors around we
locked it in our minds 'caus we love you
we love you, we love you
you will never win we
your uniforms don't fit we
we forget the place we're in
'cause we love you
we love you, of course, we do
I love you. I love you
and I hope that you are groovin' too
we love you, we do, we love you, we do.
ah... ah... ah...
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« We Love You » is a song released as a single August 18, 1967 in Great Britain and September 2, 1967 in the United States by the English rock group the Rolling Stones, which was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. It's a catastrophe year for the Rolling Stones, despite the support of many artists and on the editorial page of the London Times after police raid on Redlands Sussex country house and the imprisonment of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards for illicit drug use which will result in heavy penalties. This will generate a Big Bang in the cultural middle of English society. This melody begins with a psychedelic collage of prison sounds, with the worrying Nicky Hopkins piano riffs and otherworldly tape delayed vocal effects, putting in scene John Lennon and Paul McCartney on beautiful harmonies. Ambitious and complex morsel, this song highlights Mick Jagger's soft voice which seems pass and come back like hallucinations on which figure many choristers. The instrumental is represented by the surrealist play of the mellotron, and a punchy battery, with unrestrained guitars, which draws a lush landscape thanks to the brilliant arrangements of leader Brian Jones. She's a hymn defiance humming buzzing of oriental influence, a slap in the face of the established order that constantly harassed them. Outwardly, it was a message from the group to their fans, expressing their gratitude for their unconditional support. A splendid promotional film for the single directed by Peter Whitehead will be released the same year.
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