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The Rolling Stones — Under My Thumb
Album: Aftermath
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Released: 1966
Length: 3:35
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We're coming up on 13 YEARS since this was last played here.

A damn, dirty shame.  I think it's one of their best early songs, and doesn't sound nearly as dated as stuff like "Lady Jane" and "Mother's Little Helper". 

The Rolling Stones - "Under My Thumb" Live (1966): 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJAah4tF6d4  (*) 

* This video is no longer available due to copyright claim ABKCO.

This video was completely forgotten until someone fix it. ABKCO: let alone the music community and music lovers. What harm does this little video? With this behavior, ABKCO will not be the worst enemies of artists and music as folk art? Spirit of petty persecution!





The Rolling Stones - "Under My Thumb" Live (1966):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DI6WA-2CgyE*

"When i see real footage such as this i really appreciate who Brian Jones really was and how much he contributed├»┬╗┬┐ to the legacy of the Rolling Stones. He could play any instrument—and he did."

*  "This video is no longer available due to copyright claim ABKCO. "

This video was completely forgotten until someone fix it. ABKCO: let alone the music community and music lovers. What harm does this little video? With this behavior, ABKCO will not be the worst enemies of artists and music as folk art? Spirit of petty persecution!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AJAah4tF6d4




WoW - a lot of negative comments that go to the facts. Will RP help pull some of the worst of the worst from the "Rock" pantheon? Stay tuned...
How could a woman ever find Mick Jagger attractive after listening to this? Some things are beyond understanding, I think.
Maybe not one of their best, in retrospective, but in a way even some of those mediocre songs can be(come) strangely appealling.
I've always liked this song because it gave a voice to something I was experiencing the receiving end of. So I could sing it and say, You Scumbag!"
From the first time I heard this song on, I thought of Mick Jagger as a scum bag.
Ah, the misogynist's theme song. Boring MOR Stones. :yawn: :sleep: