Yes. I think it was discussed on this thread? Or perhaps on the Charlie Watts “Sympathy For The Drummer” thread.Stones' Trivia - We all know Jimmy Miller handled drumming on a few iconic Stones'hits, but did you know that's Kenny Jones on ' It's Only Rock n Roll ' ?
How Kenney Jones Ended Up Playing Drums on the Rolling Stones’ ‘It’s Only Rock ‘N Roll’ By Michael Gallucci August 19, 2015 3:32 PM Did you know that Charlie Watts didn’t play drums on the Rolling …scottkfish.com
I like the groove and sound of the original Suzie QI recently have become a big fan of the Rolling Stones. I know, I'm way behind a lot of you guys/girls. I'm a big Prog Rock and Heavy Metal fan. Couldn't tell how I recently got hooked on the Stones.
I think I read somewhere that Charlie Watts is another great that never took drum lessons. He has certainly put a good spin on a lot of their songs. I certainly appreciate his style on each and every Stones song, and has a unique style and grace.
I'm still figuring out my favorites.
So, what is your favorite Rolling Stones Song? What is your favorite Album/CD?
Although Let It Be was recorded before Let It Bleed, Let It Bleed was released in December 1969, five months before Let It Be (May 1970). The similarities in titles are coincidence. Two extremely different records.Is it obvious, or true, but I always thought that Let it Bleed was a take off on Let It Be? "Take my arm, take my leg, aw baby, take my head. LOL!
Kenney's toms just kill on that song. They sound so great.It’s Only Rock N Roll (the song) was written and recorded at Ronnie Wood’s home studio while Ronnie was still in the Faces and when him and Mick wanted to lay down a demo, it was Kenney on drums and Willie Weeks on bass. They later had Charlie take a pass but everyone, including Charlie, liked the original rhythm track so they kept it. It works because it sounds like Charlie... sort of
How is "You Can't Always Get What You Want" political? I just read through the lyrics and don't get it.Unfortunately that song has become too political to play. Last time we covered it some folks started chanting four more years. Some for, some against... So we decided to drop it entirely
I think he's referring to 'someone' playing it at their campaign rallies (even though Mick & Keith asked them to stop) which in itself, is ironic i.e. playing a song about not getting what you want.How is "You Can't Always Get What You Want" political? I just read through the lyrics and don't get it.