The Rolling Stones Cd - Itchy Fingers

The Rolling Stones Cd - Itchy Fingers
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The Rolling Stones Cd - Itchy Fingers
1. Gimme Shelter (Jagger/Richards) 4:19 Rehearsal Studio 1969

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2. Honky Tonk Women (Jagger/Richards) 3:05 Alternate Version Studio 1969

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3. Country Honk (Jagger/Richards) 3:02 (unidentified) 1969

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4. I'm Going Down (Jagger/Richards) 2:59 (unidentified) 1969

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Studio-outtakes from the "Let It Bleed"-LP sessions, recored at Elektra Studios,Los Angeles,October 1969 5. I Don't Know Why (Wonder/Rise/Hunter/Hardaway) 5:32 (unidentified) 1969

The Rolling Stones Studio-outtakes from the "Let It Bleed"-LP sessions, recored at Elektra Studios,Los Angeles,October 1969

6. Jiving Sister Fanny (Jagger/Richards) 3:23 (unidentified) Oct 1969

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Studio-outtakes from the "Let It Bleed"-LP sessions, recored at Elektra Studios,Los Angeles,October 1969 7. I Don't Know The Reason Why (Jagger/Richards) 2:06 Demo 1969

The Rolling Stones Studio-outtakes from the "Let It Bleed"-LP sessions, recored at Elektra Studios,Los Angeles,October 1969

"I Dont Know The Reason Why" is also known as "Hillside Blues" 8. You Gotta Move (McDowell/Davis) 2:33 Alternate Version Studio 1969

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Alternate version, recorded for "Sticky Fingers", Muscle Studios, Alabama, December 1969 9. I Got The Blues (Jagger/Richards) 3:47 Alternate Version Studio 1969

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Alternate version, recorded for "Sticky Fingers", Muscle Studios, Alabama, December 1969 10. Wild Horses (Jagger/Richards) 1:42 Take 1 Instrumental 1970

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700217A 17th February: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Jimmy Miller. Sound engineers: Glyn + Andy Johns . Final sessions for Wild Horses. - Wild Horses V (MJ/KR) -Billy Preston on organ; overdub on version V - Wild Horses VI (MJ/KR) -Sticky Fingers-version - Wild Horses VII (MJ/KR) -7" promo-edit

11. Wild Horses (Jagger/Richards) 5:33 Take 2 1970

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700217A 17th February: London, Olympic Sound Studios. Producer: Jimmy Miller. Sound engineers: Glyn + Andy Johns . Final sessions for Wild Horses. - Wild Horses V (MJ/KR) -Billy Preston on organ; overdub on version V - Wild Horses VI (MJ/KR) -Sticky Fingers-version - Wild Horses VII (MJ/KR) -7" promo-edit

12. Wild Horses (Jagger/Richards) 5:25 Take 3 1970

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13. Brown Sugar (Jagger/Richards) 4:13 Take 1 18 Dec 1969

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14. Brown Sugar (Jagger/Richards) 3:48 Alternate Version 1969

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15. Brown Sugar (Jagger/Richards) 3:47 Alternate Take Vocals 1969

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16. All Down The Line (Jagger/Richards) 4:21 Acoustic Demo 1969

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17. All Down The Line (Jagger/Richards) 3:50 Alternate Mix 1970

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18. Cocksucker Blues (Jagger/Richards) 5:08

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Full electric take W/ the 1978 Band line-up Woodstock, Bearsville Studios. Rehearsals sessions for the upcoming US tour 19. Cocksucker Blues (Jagger/Richards) 3:27

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Sung as a howling, lonesome blues with just Mick (on vocals) and Keith (on guitar). A.k.a. Schoolboy Blues. The Stones gave this to Decca Records for their final single that they owed the label. Decca Records refused to release it, because of its "ambiguous lyrics" and the "simplicity" of this song. Was officially released in 1983 in West Germany on the album "The Rest of the Best" but dropped from the album the next year.