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9 thoughts on “ Im Going Down - The Rolling Stones - Hillside Blues (CD)

  1. Keno's ROLLING STONES Web Site. ROLLING STONES LYRICS. I'm Going Down. Recorded in mid and late , written by Mick Taylor, he wasn't credited. Released on the album Metamorphosis in Vocals: Mick Jagger Guitars: Mick Taylor, Stephen Stills Drums: Charlie Watts Bass: Bill Plummer Bongos: Rocky Dijon Sax: Bobby Keys I'm Going Down (Jagger/Richards).
  2. Goin' Home is a long blues jam session-like track notable as one of the first songs by a rock and roll band to break the ten-minute mark and the longest recorded song on any Stones album.
  3. The Rolling Stones - I`m Going Down Lyrics. Hey babe, what more can you tell The good Lord ring your front doorbell Though our love go down, don't cry Thought I saw a man, yes I fell i.
  4. When the Stones covered the song on their second album, ’s The Rolling Stones No.2, they combined the dynamic guitar playing of Richards and Jones with some driving blues piano from Ian.
  5. I think I saw her goin' down to Paraiso Mexico Here we go down now, yeah, when you're down There's just nothing but the powers that be I know, oh my, I know you're right, I know You're going down You're going down You're going down, huh huh, yes sir Yes sir you're going down All right it's war Fight your love Shoot your mother in law You got a.
  6. The Rolling Stones - Hillside Blues various studio outtakes - Vinyl Gang - nun - sb5 Disc 1: 1) Jiving Sister Fanny 2) I'm Going Down 3) I Don't Know Why 4) Hamburger to Go 5) Downtown Susie 6) Blood Red Wine 7) Travelin' Man 8) Family 9) Still a Fool 10) Family (retake) 11) Leather Jacket 12) Dancing in the Light 13) Potted Shrimp
  7. All tracks recorded: March , May & 4-mid June , Olympic Sound Studio, London Late June-Early July , Redlands, West Wittering5/5(2).
  8. Lyrics to 'I'm Going Down' by The Rolling Stones. Hey babe, what more can you tell The good Lord ring your front doorbell Though our love go down, don't cry Thought I saw a man, yes I fell in the ground.
  9. Mar 13,  · First published February Hillside Blues - Vinyl Gang Productions VGP 2CD set () For the true Stones obsessive (and we are many) it is extremely frustrating that Mick Jaggers obsession with proving the Stones continued relevance appears to preclude any reappraisal of their glorious past. Their peers seem to manage it with the Beatles,.

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