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ROLLING STONES INSTRUMENTALS

The following songs are instrumentals recorded by the Stones.

 

2120 South Michigan Avenue
(Nanker Phelge)

Recorded on June 10 & 11, 1964. First released in the UK on the EP,  Five by Five on August 14, 1964, then released in the US on the album 12x5 in October, 1964. There were two different versions of this song recorded during these sessions.
Bass: Bill Wyman Drums: Charlie Watts Guitar: Keith Richards Harp: Brian Jones Organ: Ian Stewart. Percussion: Mick Jagger

Aftermath
(Nanker Phelge)

Recorded on December 4, 1965, never released. No other info available other than it is a blues number.

And Mr Spector And Mr Pitney Came Too
(Phelge,Spector)

Recorded on February 4, 1964,  unofficially released on the Russian CD Metamorphosis.
Boogie Piano: Ian Stewart   Guitars: Keith Richards & Phil Spector Harmonica: Brian Jones Bass: Bill Wyman Drums: Charlie Watts Percussion: Mick Jagger, Gene Pitney & Graham Nash (?)

Bluesberry Jam
(Nanker Phelge)

Recorded on May 17,1972, in Montreux, Switzerland. Released as a bonus track on DVD for Ladies and Gentlemen The Rolling Stones, in September, 2010.
Lead Electric Guitar:
Keith Richards Rhythm Guitar: Mick Taylor  Bass: Bill Wyman Drums: Charlie Watts Piano: Ian Stewart

Dance
(Jagger/Richards/Wood)

Released as a 12" promo B side only on December 1, 1981. No other info available

Dust My Pyramids
(Jones, Richards)

Recorded live on October 8, 1964 on BBC radio, never released on disc.
Guitars: Keith Richards & Brian Jones

Extreme Western Grip
(Jagger/Richards)

Worked on in 2002 and shown in 4 Flicks
Guitars: Keith Richards & Ron Wood Drums: Charlie Watts Harmonica: Mick Jagger Bass: Darryl Jones Keyboards: Chuck Leavell

Gold Painted Fingernails
(Jagger/Richards
)

Recorded in July & August, 1967, never released. There are several different versions/takes of this song.
Guitar: Keith Richards Mouth Organ: Brian Jones Bass: Bill Wyman Drums: Charlie Watts Organ: Nicky Hopkins

Hear It
(Jones/Richards)

Recorded on July 21, 1964, never released. One of only three known Jones/Richards compositions (the other two - "Dust My Pyramids",  and the wrongly credited "Ruby Tuesday"). There may or may not be lyrics that go with this song. A second, instrumental version of this song was released on the Russian CD version of Metamorphosis and credited to Oldham/Richards, recording date unknown.
Guitars: Brian Jones, Keith Richards & Jim Sullivan Bass: Bill Wyman Drums: Charlie Watts Violin: unknown

I'm A Country Boy
(Jagger/Richards)

Recorded March 23, 1968, never released.
Guitars: Keith Richards & Brian Jones Piano: Nicky Hopkins Bass: Bill Wyman Drums: Charlie Watts

Jah Wonderful
(Jagger/Richards
)

Recorded November, 1977, and in the spring of 1978, never releasaed. No other info available other than it is a reggae number.

Munich Reggae
(Jagger/Richards
)

Recorded March & April, 1975, reworked on in April, 1981, but never released. No other info available other than it is a reggae number.

Now I Got A Witness
(Nanker Phelge)

Recorded on February 4, 1964, released first in the UK in 1964 on The Rolling Stones, then released in the US on England's Newest Hitmakers, also in 1964.
Guitars: Keith Richards & Phil Spector Harmonica: Brian Jones Bass: Bill Wyman Drums: Charlie Watts Tambourine: Mick Jagger Organ: Ian Stewart Piano: Gene Pitney

Stewed And Keef (aka Brian's Blues)
(Nanker Phelge)

Recorded June 11, 1964, never released. Brian Jones does not play on this song, he was out sick on the day it was recorded, hence the song's subtitle.
Guitar: Keith Richards Piano: Ian Stewart Bass: Bill Wyman Drums: Charlie Watts

Title 5
(Jagger/Richards
)

Recorded in the spring of 1970 and released on May 18, 2010 on the expanded version of Exile on Main Street.
Guitar: Keith Richards Bass: Bill Wyman Drums: Charlie Watts

 

Well, Well
(Jagger/Richards
)

Worked on in 2002 and shown in 4 Flicks. Mick does sing "well, well" once in awhile as the song plays
Guitars: Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood & Keith Richards Drums: Charlie Watts Bass: Darryl Jones Keyboards: Chuck Leavell

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