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The Rolling Stones — We Love You
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 lmic wrote:
If this were recorded today, and we didn't know it was the Stones, I think it would be getting much higher ratings. Some pretty modern elements....8

 
Yep, this is obscure enough that I thought it might be a pretty current cut from Kasabian.  Perhaps this tune was not so obscure to Kasabian as they created their "sound" during our current creative epoch of "copyist revisionism."
 Stingray wrote:
Who is the better piano player?

Einaudi or Stewart?
 
For someone of my generation....  no competition

And love those clanging jail doors at the start...  
Great non-lp single from the Stones. Brian Jones on mellotron.
 DaveInVA wrote:

 
Produced by this guy:



 Hannio wrote:
Not too bad, but I was glad when the Stones stopped trying to imitate the Beatles and got back to being the Stones.

 

I just listened to this album again for the first time in about 15 years.  All the way through.  Without interruption. 

Still sucks.
Charly's drumming makes me smile -
soooo simple, bad and "good" 
Very cool - novel to hear something I've actually NEVER heard from The Stones!  
Who is the better piano player?

Einaudi or Stewart?


Everybody in my hotel room be dancing...  love this song...


 
Mix into this from Einaudi was smooooooooooooooooooth.
THANK YOU for providing a break in all the morning weepy, sad music. WE WANNA DANCE!
perfect to follow einaudi.......it's all too much

Don't hear this one around much anymore.

Fun tune.
 S-curvy wrote:
This is so cool!  I had no idea, because the only version of this that I know is the one by Ryuichi Sakamoto.
 
that guy is soooo goood!

This is so cool!  I had no idea, because the only version of this that I know is the one by Ryuichi Sakamoto.
This has Brian written all over it.  Thanks to RP for playing!
omg.... i feel like a teenager...I think I have this on one of my 45's
 Hannio wrote:
Not too bad, but I was glad when the Stones stopped trying to imitate the Beatles and got back to being the Stones.

 
Amen Brother! I think I've played Hayseed Richards' Isolated Livers Group Quintet less than 3 times all the way through since I bought the damn thing all those years ago...



Fantastic, starting off the day with something I've never heard before in my life. Especially, being as it is probably 40 or so years old.
 Jelani wrote:

Hannio - hats off to you!!
 

I bow, because I am a man of honor!
I bow, because I had a good upbringing!
I bow, because I know about diplomacy!
I bow, because I am a guest!
I bow, because I respect culture and age!

You are possibly one who greets with one hand in pocket,
in a situation like shown on that photo.

NO!

Can't happen to you - neither do you own a suit,
nor do you need one!
I looooooooove this.
THAT IS EXACTLY (!!!!) WHY KEITH WEARS THAT BRACELET!
Check him out - he wears it at all times. EVER SINCE!!!!
40 years now...?

Jelani wrote:
I"ve never heard this!
I love this!
Just like I love that picture and comment of our dumbass president.
I second that love.

 Hannio wrote:

I bow to your superior intellect.
.
 
Hannio - hats off to you!!
I"ve never heard this!
I love this!
Just like I love that picture and comment of our dumbass president. 
 WonderLizard wrote:

The irony of course is that Lennon and McCartney are singing the backing vocals. The other irony is that the Stones' first hit record was Lennon/McCartney's "I Wanna Be Your Man." It sounded nothing like the Beatles' later version, but wasn't that the point?

 
I bow to your superior intellect.
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 DaveInVA wrote:

Actually its the flip side of the 45 of "Dandelion".

 

One of my favorites from that era, earlier comments notwithstanding.

I seem to remember reading somewhere that this was not a serious number, but a piss take of the Beatle's 'All you need is love". 
 Hannio wrote:
Not too bad, but I was glad when the Stones stopped trying to imitate the Beatles and got back to being the Stones.

 
The irony of course is that Lennon and McCartney are singing the backing vocals. The other irony is that the Stones' first hit record was Lennon/McCartney's "I Wanna Be Your Man." It sounded nothing like the Beatles' later version, but wasn't that the point?

 Hannio wrote:


No, it was not on Satanic Majesty's Request.  Apparently it was released as a single.  Maybe the B side of She Comes in Colors.
 
Actually its the flip side of the 45 of "Dandelion".

 Marley wrote:
Wow. A Stones song I never heard before! Interesting. I like it. Is this from the same album as She Comes in Colors?
 

No, it was not on Satanic Majesty's Request.  Apparently it was released as a single.  Maybe the B side of She Comes in Colors.


love it...


A bit different from the Stones mainstream stuff. I like it.
"BUT I GOT A KRISTL BOL!", he said
An' held it to the light
So I snatched it
All away from him
An' I showed him how to do it right -

nagu Zappa ütles.

Wow. A Stones song I never heard before! Interesting. I like it. Is this from the same album as She Comes in Colors?


If this were recorded today, and we didn't know it was the Stones, I think it would be getting much higher ratings. Some pretty modern elements....8

no, no, no
Strange, and very interesting. Thanks to RP for playing this and other obscure Stones numbers, which have changed my views on them significantly. This is very Beatles-esque to be sure, but has psychedelic elements and I do like the sound effects. 7 from the intrigued Nottingham jury.
 Hannio wrote:
Not too bad, but I was glad when the Stones stopped trying to imitate the Beatles and got back to being the Stones.

 

Yup...someone's got a George Harrison Beatles fixation for sure.
Not too bad, but I was glad when the Stones stopped trying to imitate the Beatles and got back to being the Stones.

It got a bit better as it went along. My rating changed from 4, to 5, to 6 (where it stayed).