Honky Tonk Women (Mono). Авторы текста и музыки. Keith Richards, Mick Jagger.
This is the full-length show performed by the Rolling Stones on the fifth and final leg of the Bridges To Babylon Tour, at Weserstadion on September 2, 1998.
you just might find You get what you need Yeah, oh baby. This song is one of the Rolling Stones' most-famous songs. It was also released as the B-side of "Honky Tonk Women", but that version is shorter than the one on the album. Mick Jagger said about this track, "Charlie couldn't play the groove and so Jimmy Miller had to play the drums.
Honky Tonk Women" is a 1969 hit song by the Rolling Stones. It topped the charts in both nations.
Honkey Tonk Women (with You Can’t Always Get What You Want as its B-side) was released in the . on July 4, 1969, the day before the Stones' Hyde Park concert in memory of Brian Jones. The song got to number 1 in various countries, including the . and the United States. What does "honky tonk" mean? Also known as dive-bars, honkey-tonks were rough establishments in the Deep South which provided alcohol and country music to members of the working class
Arranged By – The Rolling Stones. B. You Can't Always Get What You Want. Arranged By – Jack Nitzche Piano, Organ – Al Kooper.
Honky Tonk Women is found on the album Live'r Than You'll Ever Be. Found on more albums: Gimme Shelter Rolled Gold: The Very Best of the Rolling Stones Gimme Shelter Greatest Rarities, Vol. 1 Get Your Leeds Lungs Out! - Revisited Headin' for an Overload Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out! Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits, Vol. 2) Hot Rocks, 1964-1971 Love You Live Singles Collection: The London Years Let's Spend the Night Together In the Park Rome 1990 Poland 1998 The Best of Knebworth Fair In Concert: November 9, 1969 Shattered in Europe East and West Winter.
3. All Down the Line. 4. If You Can't Rock Me. 5. Get Off of My Cloud. 8. Ain't Too Proud to Beg. 9. You Gotta Move. 10. 3. Surprise Surprise. I Don't Know Why. Try a Little Harder.
We remember the man who added cowbell to Honky Tonk Women and manned the boards for the band’s classic late Sixties and early Seventies LPs. By. Jim Merlis. 2. That’s Miller, not Charlie Watts, drumming on You Can’t Always Get What You Want. I felt a rhythm figure that everyone liked, but Charlie didn’t feel it. Miller recalled in Inside Tracks.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Honky Tonk Women
Arranged By – The Rolling Stones
|B||You Can't Always Get What You Want
Arranged By [Voice] – Jack Nitzche*Piano, Organ – Al Kooper
- Made By – EMI (Australia) Limited
- Distributed By – EMI (Australia) Limited
- Producer – Jimmy Miller
- Written-By – Jagger-Richards
NotesAlthough having the same catalogue number and same other identifiers as the Australian release currently included in the database, this version differs in having a generic Decca sleeve (rather than the picture sleeve) and slightly shorter track durations. The "Submission Help" forum seems to indicate that the different sleeve warrants a separate submission. Your call.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Centre Label & Run-Out Etching Groove A-Side): 45-XDR45283 7XDEC1355
- Matrix / Runout (Centre Label & Run-Out Etching Groove B-Side): 45-XDR45284 7XDEC1354
|F 12952||The Rolling Stones||Honky Tonk Women / You Can't Always Get What You Want (7", Single)||Decca||F 12952||UK||1969|
|AT 15 138||The Rolling Stones||Honky Tonk Women (7", Single)||Decca||AT 15 138||Netherlands||1969|
|F.12952||The Rolling Stones||Honky Tonk Women / You Can't Always Get What You Want (7", Single, M/Print)||Decca||F.12952||UK||1969|
|F.12952||The Rolling Stones||Honky Tonk Women / You Can't Always Get What You Want (7", Single)||Decca||F.12952||UK||1969|
|FM 7440, FM.7440||The Rolling Stones||You Can't Always Get What You Want (7", Single, Mono)||Decca, Decca||FM 7440, FM.7440||South Africa||1969|
Performer: The Rolling Stones
Title: Honky Tonk Women / You Can't Always Get What You Want
Date of release: 1969
Style: Blues Rock, Rock & Roll
Size MP3: 1291 mb
Size FLAC: 1707 mb
Rating: 4.3 / 5
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