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ROLLING STONES INSTRUMENTALS
The following songs are instrumentals recorded by the Stones.
2120 South Michigan Avenue
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.
two different versions of this song recorded during these sessions.
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
Recorded on February 4, 1964, unofficially released on the Russian CD
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.
Released as a 12" promo B side only on December 1, 1981. No other info available
Dust My Pyramids
Recorded live on October 8, 1964 on BBC radio, never released on disc.
Extreme Western Grip
Worked on in 2002 and shown in 4 Flicks
Gold Painted Fingernails
Recorded in July & August, 1967,
never released. There are several different versions/takes of this song.
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.
I'm A Country Boy
Recorded March 23, 1968, never released.
Recorded November, 1977, and in the spring of 1978, never releasaed. No other info available other than it is a reggae number.
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
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.
Stewed And Keef (aka Brian's
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
Recorded in the spring of 1970 and released on
May 18, 2010 on the expanded version of Exile on Main Street.
Worked on in 2002 and shown in 4 Flicks.
Mick does sing "well, well" once in awhile as the song plays
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