Re: Mick J. as a guitar player

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Posted by keef on January 21, 2000 at 08:25:18:

In Reply to: Mick J. as a guitar player posted by Virgin Priest on January 19, 2000 at 12:53:27:

Mick Jagger plays some great guitar on STICKY FINGERS. It's him playing that nasty rhythm on "Sway" instead of Keith and the nice acoustic guitar part on "Moonlight Mile."

Many people don't realize that he's playing on the studio version of "Tumbling Dice" from EXILE. He plays a raunchy rhythm guitar in "Stop Breaking Down" from that same album.

Keith takes the lead from Mick handles the rhythm on "Sad, Sad, Sad" and "Hold On To Your Hat" from STEEL WHEELS. Keith does play a second rhythm on both, but Mick's is the dominant one heard.

Jagger also plays the riff of "Highwire." He plays a great rhythm guitar in "Put Me In The Trash" and "Mother of a Man" from his solo album WANDERING SPIRIT as well...


: Since the mid-seventies, you can watch Mick Jagger with a guitar on stage, playing songs like

: Imagination
: When the whip comes down
: Miss You
: Waiting on a friend
: Sad sad sad
: Saint of me

: etc....

: Was the guitar always plugged in? What about his abilities as a guitar player? What is his best guitar playing on a studio-song??

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