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The Rolling Stones — She Smiled Sweetly
Album: Between the Buttons
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Released: 1967
Length: 2:42
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 HazzeSwede wrote:
Only good ones on this LP,Let's spend..Yeasterdays Paper,,Ruby Tuesday
yes good old times.But was it '67 ?
 

yes, '67.

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Only good ones on this LP,Let's spend..Yeasterdays Paper,,Ruby Tuesday
yes good old times.But was it '67 ?
45 is young according to my just-turned-40-myself standards.

my dad (now 63) loved this album and played it too much. i think i like the song for sentimental reasons more than anything else.

this falls into the pre-"Sympathy" stones era that my dad likes (although he likes Beggar's Banquet). He never moved on to Let it Bleed, Sticky Fingers and (my favorite) Exile...

it seems to me that "Their Majesty's..." was the transition point from the stones sounding too much like evryone else (like this song) to finding their real sound ... just my opinion
 The_Skipper wrote:
You must be young... MsJudi wrote:
Oh my god, this is terrible.
 
 

Nope. She's 45. Definitely middle aged like me. She just doesn't like it.

Me? It's okay. 6 for now. Never heard this before (or should I say I don't remember ever hearing it). I must have since it's the Stones and one of my favorite bands.

Although it's far from my favorite Stone records, kudos to RP for going deep.{#Clap}
 MsJudi wrote:
Oh my god, this is terrible.
 

You're right, of course, but it was so good back then and I still love it.
You must be young... MsJudi wrote:
Oh my god, this is terrible.
 


THIS is what, and where, Classic Rock is all about. If you're too young to appreciate this music, kindly step to the back of the line!..
It's only rock'n'roll but I like it... 
Quite ahead of its time.
I think weak is a relative statement in rock n' roll vocal terms. Sure, Mick wasn't exactly a polished balladeer, but he could rip up a dirty blues tune any day of the week.

 
Shimmer wrote:
Wow, this really reveals how weak Mick's voice is.
 


Oh my god, this is terrible.
Nice tune.
There is nothing redeeming about this album filler.
Wow, this really reveals how weak Mick's voice is.
Man, I love the Stones.

I could sit here and parse that statement to death, but I'll leave it at that.

Oh, yeah. God bless Brian Jones! {#Pray}
Ah,the young ones,with Brian,I love this LP!
Keith with the rock&roll glasses on!
Hannio wrote:
I luv early Stones.
Me too..they aged like a stilton..and for me the stilton's a little too moldy
bookhead wrote:
Wow, an outstanding and highly underplayed Stones song! One of the highlights of "Between the Buttons." This song was also used to great effect in the movie "The Royal Tenenbaums."
I'm immediately reminded of this scene every time this song plays.
I luv early Stones.
I've never heard this song before. I never was into the Stones enough to buy one of their older albums. I like it a lot.
Good old good one. Xlnt album. Jones'n for 'Thats How Strong My Love Is' from Out Of Our Heads.
Great album cover.
It's kind of ridiculous how long the Stones have been together.
Somehow, though I am 51, am an avid music fan/collector, I've never heard this song!! I think it is the Stones/Beatles thing - I was a big time Beatles fan, not so much the Stones. Still.
Between The Buttons has always been my favorite Stones album, since I first bought it back in 1967 and right up until today. (yeah - I'm officially an old fart!) I never liked the two 'big hits' on it, even back then - the unheard-of tracks like this one just appealed to me more...
Not my favorite.
o no no no
Been a while since I heard this.
Wow, an outstanding and highly underplayed Stones song! One of the highlights of "Between the Buttons." This song was also used to great effect in the movie "The Royal Tenenbaums."
Had never crossed paths with this Stones tune before. Interesting. Like the organ.
I've never heard this before. Gotta admit: on first pass, this feels like filler...
album filler.
Stones' deep tracks are ALWAYS welcome!