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Playlist of Cover Of The Rolling Stone

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  • Dr Hook - Cover Of The Rolling Stone

    3:45

    Album: Sloppy Seconds
    Låtskrivere: Shel Silverstein
    Utgitt: 1973
    Label: BGO Records ‎– BGOCD803

    Personnel:
    Music
    Ray Sawyer – lead vocals
    Dennis Locorriere – lead guitar, lead vocals
    George Cummings – steel, electric and Hawaiian guitars, backing vocals
    Rik Elswit – rhythm guitar
    Billy Francis – keyboards, backing vocals
    Jance Garfat – bass
    Jay David – drums, backing vocals
    Production
    David Brown – engineer
    Ron Coro – art direction, design
    George Engfer – engineer
    Ron Haffkine – producer
    Glenn Kolotkin – engineer
    Mike Larner – engineer
    Tom Lubin – engineer
    Roy Segal – engineer
    Ken Walz – photography

    Sloppy Seconds was the second album from the country rock band Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show. It featured some of their most popular songs, including Freakin' at the Freakers Ball and The Cover of the Rolling Stone. It was noted for its crude sense of humor.

    The Cover of 'Rolling Stone' is a song written by Shel Silverstein and first recorded by American rock group Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show. Produced by Ron Haffkine and released in 1972, it was the band's third single and peaked at No. 6 on the U.S. pop chart for two weeks on March 17–24, 1973.

    Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show (shortened to Dr. Hook in 1975) was an American rock band, formed in Union City, New Jersey. They enjoyed considerable commercial success in the 1970s with hit singles including Sylvia's Mother, The Cover of 'Rolling Stone' (both 1972), Only Sixteen (1975), A Little Bit More (1976), Sharing the Night Together (1978), When You're in Love with a Beautiful Woman (1979), Better Love Next Time (1979), and Sexy Eyes (1980). In addition to their own material, Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show performed songs written by the poet Shel Silverstein.

    The band had eight years of regular chart hits in the United States, where their music was played on top-40, easy listening, and country music outlets, and throughout the English-speaking world including the UK, Canada and South Africa. Their music spanned several genres, mostly novelty songs and acoustic ballads in their early years, though their greatest success came with their later material, mostly consisting of disco-influenced soft rock, which the band recorded under the shortened name Dr. Hook.

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  • The Cover of Rolling Stone

    2:53

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    The Cover of 'Rolling Stone' · Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show

    Revisited

    ℗ 1973 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

    Released on: 1987-11-19

    Producer: Ron Haffkine
    Composer, Lyricist: Sheldon Silverstein

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Dr Hook - The Cover of The Rolling Stones

    4:31

    Sporting denim and buckskin, 1970s country-rock band Dr Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show - Live video. Hook and the Medicine Show came to epitomize the era's laidback, feel-good style Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show - Live film. Though their material was sung in a Dixie drawl and three members were genuine Southerners, Dr Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show - Live review. Hook started out as a New Jersey bar band chosen to provide musical accompaniment for whimsical cartoonist/composer/poet Shel Silverstein Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show - Live DVD. Led by one-eyed vocalist Ray Sawyer and main songwriter Denis Locorriere, the band went on to score further success with their own humor-laced compositions. This concert film captures Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show at their creative peak, performing live renditions of classic songs like Sylvia's Mother, Freakin' at the Freaker's Ball, and The Cover of the Rolling Stone with all their trademark bawdiness intact.

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  • Dr Hook and the Medicine Show ~ Cover of the Rolling Stone

    2:49

    From Spotlight, Wien Austria Junw 3, 1974

    Album: Sloppy Seconds
    Låtskrivere: Shel Silverstein
    Utgitt: 1973
    Label: BGO Records ‎– BGOCD803

    Personnel
    Music
    Ray Sawyer – lead vocals
    Dennis Locorriere – lead guitar, lead vocals
    George Cummings – steel, electric and Hawaiian guitars, backing vocals
    Rik Elswit – rhythm guitar
    Billy Francis – keyboards, backing vocals
    Jance Garfat – bass
    Jay David – drums, backing vocals
    Production
    David Brown – engineer
    Ron Coro – art direction, design
    George Engfer – engineer
    Ron Haffkine – producer
    Glenn Kolotkin – engineer
    Mike Larner – engineer
    Tom Lubin – engineer
    Roy Segal – engineer
    Ken Walz – photography


    Sloppy Seconds was the second album from the country rock band Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show. It featured some of their most popular songs, including Freakin' at the Freakers Ball and The Cover of the Rolling Stone. It was noted for its crude sense of humor.

    The Cover of 'Rolling Stone' is a song written by Shel Silverstein and first recorded by American rock group Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show. Produced by Ron Haffkine and released in 1972, it was the band's third single and peaked at No. 6 on the U.S. pop chart for two weeks on March 17–24, 1973.

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  • The Cover of Rolling Stone

    2:53

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment

    The Cover of Rolling Stone · Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show

    Super Hits

    ℗ 1972 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Released on: 2001-08-29

    Producer: Ron Haffkine
    Vocal: Ray Sawyer
    Composer, Lyricist: Shel Silverstein
    Guitar: Dennis Locorriere
    Electric Guitar, Steel Guitar: George Cummings
    Drums: Jay David
    Keyboards: Bill Francis
    Bass: Jance Garfat

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  • Jacqueline Lord Angie

    5:07

    Jac Lord puts her own spin on the Rolling Stone's classic.
    Recorded LIVE in Los Angeles.
    Videographer/Editor: Greg Vorbiov
    Engineer: David Spreng
    Guitar: Jamie Kime
    Drums: Andy Sanesi
    Bass: H. Chris Roy
    Recorded at Valleyheart Studios

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  • Brent Cobb - Cover of the Rolling Stone

    5:05

    Cover of the Rolling Stone originally by Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show

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  • Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show - Cover Of The Rolling Stone

    6:14

    Song starts at 1:17. Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show, shortened from 1975 onwards to Dr. Hook, were an American rock band, formed in New Jersey. Their biggest hits were Sylvia's Mother, The Cover of 'Rolling Stone' (both 1972), A Little Bit More (1976), Sharing the Night Together (1978), and When You're in Love with a Beautiful Woman (1979). The founding core of the band consisted of George Cummings, Ray Sawyer, and Billy Francis. Sawyer lost his right eye in a 1967 automobile accident.

    Spotlight was a music show for the youth, which was aired between 1968 and 1978 by the Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF). It was the counterpart to the shows Beat Club or Musikladen in Germany.

  • Miss You, The Happiest Days of Our Lives, Another Brick in The Wall - Stones + Pink Floyd

    8:18

    Milk´n Blues:

    Aline Mota - Voz
    Anne Glober - Voz
    Eduardo Machado - Baixo e Voz
    Indiara Sfair - Gaita Harmônica e Voz
    Piatan Sfair - Bateria e Voz
    Tiago Juk - Guitarra e Voz

    Ficha técnica:
    - Captação de som, mixagem e masterização: Paulo Bueno
    - Direção de Fotografia: Vinícius Lima
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    - Câmera 2: Leonardo Silva
    - Produção: Mariana Kauchakje
    - Edição: Rodrigo Fragata

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  • Dr Hook and the Medicine Show ~ Cover of the Rolling Stone

    2:53

    Album: Sloppy Seconds
    Låtskrivere: Shel Silverstein
    Utgitt: 1973
    Label: BGO Records ‎– BGOCD803

    Personnel
    Music
    Ray Sawyer – lead vocals
    Dennis Locorriere – lead guitar, lead vocals
    George Cummings – steel, electric and Hawaiian guitars, backing vocals
    Rik Elswit – rhythm guitar
    Billy Francis – keyboards, backing vocals
    Jance Garfat – bass
    Jay David – drums, backing vocals
    Production
    David Brown – engineer
    Ron Coro – art direction, design
    George Engfer – engineer
    Ron Haffkine – producer
    Glenn Kolotkin – engineer
    Mike Larner – engineer
    Tom Lubin – engineer
    Roy Segal – engineer
    Ken Walz – photography


    Sloppy Seconds was the second album from the country rock band Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show. It featured some of their most popular songs, including Freakin' at the Freakers Ball and The Cover of the Rolling Stone. It was noted for its crude sense of humor.

    The Cover of 'Rolling Stone' is a song written by Shel Silverstein and first recorded by American rock group Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show. Produced by Ron Haffkine and released in 1972, it was the band's third single and peaked at No. 6 on the U.S. pop chart for two weeks on March 17–24, 1973.

  • Rolling Stones - Paint It Black Cover by Spinning Jenny

    3:54

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  • Rolling Stones - Angie

    4:20

    Angie by the Rolling Stones :) One of my favourite classics! Didn't do it much justice, the original is amazing! But oh well, whatever came to me!
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    **LYRICS**

    Angie

    Angie, Angie, when will those clouds all disappear?
    Angie, Angie, where will it lead us from here?
    With no loving in our souls and no money in our coats
    You can't say we're satisfied
    But Angie, Angie, you can't say we never tried
    Angie, you're beautiful, but ain't it time we said good-bye?
    Angie, I still love you, remember all those nights we cried?
    All the dreams we held so close seemed to all go up in smoke
    Let me whisper in your ear:
    Angie, Angie, where will it lead us from here?
    Oh, Angie, don't you weep, all your kisses still taste sweet
    I hate that sadness in your eyes
    But Angie, Angie, ain't it time we said good-bye?
    With no loving in our souls and no money in our coats
    You can't say we're satisfied
    But Angie, I still love you, baby
    Ev'rywhere I look I see your eyes
    There ain't a woman that comes close to you
    Come on Baby, dry your eyes
    But Angie, Angie, ain't it good to be alive?
    Angie, Angie, they can't say we never tried



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  • Green Day - Like a Rolling Stone

    6:11

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  • How to Play Cover of a Rolling Stone - Dr. hook - Easy 3 Chord Tune

    5:55

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  • The Rolling Stones - Honky Tonk Women - Guitar Cover

    3:08

    Squier Telecaster + DigiTech RP 80
    The preset of my RP 80 is: Pickup/Wah - OFF, Compressor - 7, Amp Model - U5, Noise Gate - G5, Chorus/Mod - OFF, EQ - b5, d6, t5, Delay - OFF, Reverb - S4. Guitar - I played the bridge pickup. Open G tuning.

  • Beast of Burden - Rolling Stones - Cover by Broken Bones Matilda - Sam & Sarah Gotley

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  • Gimme Shelter - Rolling Stones Cover

    5:01

    Song - Gimme Shelter
    Rolling Stones

    A home jam cover of this Rolling Stones classic in Gurgaon, India

    Vocals - David baker , Farzana Nasreen
    Guitars - Parashar kashyap, David Baker
    Bass - Sohail Rahman
    Cajon - Bejjanki Morsingman Ravi

  • Corb Lund - The Cover of the Rolling Stone Audio Only

    3:07

    From the new EP 'Cover Your Tracks,' available now:

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  • Chris Janson performs Cover of the Rolling Stone Live in Concert 2017. HD 1080p

    3:10

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  • Like a Rolling Stone

    6:49

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    Like a Rolling Stone · The Jimi Hendrix Experience

    Iconic Performances from the Monterey International Pop Festival

    ℗ 2017 The Monterey International Pop Festival Foundation

    Released on: 2017-06-09

    Music Publisher: Special Rider Music

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  • RagNBone Man - Gimme Shelter

    4:11

    Rag'N'Bone Man covers The Rolling Stones' Gimme Shelter in the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge



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  • Like a Rolling Stone Cover: James Marçal - Músico de Rua - João Pessoa/PB/Brasil

    4:33



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  • Gimme Shelter | The Rolling Stones | funk cover ft. Lauren Ruth Ward

    4:51

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  • The Rolling Stones - You Cant Always Get What You Want Cover

    4:58

    Here's a cover of one of the Stones's greatest songs released in 1969 on Let It Bleed; You Can't Always Get What You Want. Leave comments and enjoy.

  • Jumpin Jack Flash - The Rolling Stones

    3:43

    Drum cover/interpretation of Jumpin' Jack Flash by The Rolling Stones.


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  • Passenger | Angie

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  • Dr Hook - The cover of the rolling stone

    2:53

    Dr Hook's great song Cover of the rolling stone

    (talking...) Ha ha ha I don't believe it
    Da, da, ah, ah don't touch it
    Hey, Ray, Hey Sugar tell them who we are.....

    Well, we're big rock singers
    We got golden fingers
    And we're loved everywhere we go..... (that sounds like us)
    We sing about beauty and we sing about truth
    At ten-thousand dollars a show..... (right)
    We take all kinds of pills that give us all kind of thrills
    But the thrill we've never known
    Is the thrill that'll gitcha when you get your picture
    On the cover of the rollin stone

    (Rollin stone.....) Wanna see my picture on the cover
    (Stone.....)Wanna buy five copies for my mother..... (yes)
    (Stone.....)Wanna see my smilin face
    On the cover of the rollin stone.... (that's a very very good idea)

    I got a freaky ole lady name a cocaine Katy
    Who embroideries on my jeans
    I got my poor ole grey haired daddy
    Drivin my limosine
    Now it's all decided to blow our minds
    But our minds won't really be blown
    Like the blow that'll gitcha when you get your picture
    On the cover of the rollin stone

    (Rollin stone.....) Wanna see our pictures on the cover
    (Stone.....) Wanna buy five copies for our mothers..... (yeah)
    (Stone.....) Wanna see my smilin face
    On the cover of the rollin stone
    (talking) Hey, I know how
    Rock and roll.....

    Ah, that's beautiful

    We got a lot of little teenage blue eyed groupies
    Who do anything we say
    We got a genu wine Indian Guru
    Who's teaching us a better way
    We got all the friends that money can buy
    So we never have to be alone
    And we keep getting richer but we can't get our picture
    On the cover of the rollin stone

    (Rollin stone.....)Wanna see my picture on the cover
    (Stone.....) Wanna buy five copies for my mother..... (wa wa)
    (Stone.....) Wanna see my smilin face
    On the cover of the rollin stone
    On the cover of the rollin.......
    Stone.....) Wanna see my picture on the cover
    (talking) I don't know why we ain't on the cover, Baby....
    (Stone.....) Wanna buy five copies for my mother
    (talking) We're beautiful subjects....
    (Stone.....) Wanna see my smilin face
    (talking) I ain't kiddin, we would make a beautiful cover....
    On the cover of the rollin stone......
    (talking) fresh shot, right up front, Man.....
    I can see it now, we'll be up in the front....
    Smilin, Man......
    Ahh, beautiful.......

  • Cover Of The Rolling Stone

    3:10

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    Cover Of The Rolling Stone (Remastered) · Poison

    Crack A Smile... And More!

    ℗ 2000 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 2000-01-01

    Associated Performer, Guitar, Vocals: Bret Michaels
    Associated Performer, Guitar, Background Vocalist: Blues Saraceno
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist, Bass: Bobby Dall
    Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion, Background Vocalist: Rikki Rockett
    Producer: John Purdell
    Producer: Duane Baron
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Evren Göknar
    Composer Lyricist: Shel Silverstein

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  • The Cover of the Rolling Stone

    3:07

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    The Cover of the Rolling Stone · Sammy Kershaw

    Better Than I Used to Be

    ℗ 2010 Big Hit Records

    Released on: 2010-08-31

    Music Publisher: Copyright Control

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  • Cover of the Rolling Stone

    3:54

    Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS

    Cover of the Rolling Stone · Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show

    Alive In America

    ℗ 2001

    Released on: 2011-03-31

    Author: Shel Silverstein
    Composer: Shel Silverstein
    Music Publisher: D.R

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  • Dr Hook Cover Of The Rolling Stone

    5:24

    Dr Hook Cover Of The Rolling Stones

  • POISON - Cover Of The Rolling Stone

    3:09

    from album Crack A Smile And More
    lyric

    Coughing, Blues?: Gol, Bret--don't touch me there!
    Bret: I'm gonna tell you who we are.

    Well we're big rock singers
    we got golden fingers
    And we're loved everywhere we go
    (That sounds like us)

    We sing about beauty
    and we sing about truth
    At ten million dollars a show
    (Yeah, right!)

    We take all kinda pills
    That give us all kinda thrills
    But the thrill we've never known
    Is the thrill that it gets ya
    when you get your picture
    On the cover of the Rolling Stone

    Chorus:
    Rolling Stone
    I'm gonna see my picture on the cover
    Stone
    Gonna buy five copies for my mother
    Stone
    Gonna see my smiling face
    On the cover of the Rolling Stone

    I got a freaky old lady named Cocaine Katie
    Who embroiders on my jeans
    I got my poor old gray-haired Daddy
    Driving my limousine.

    Now it's all designed to blow our minds,
    But our minds won't really be blown
    Like the blow that'll getcha
    When you get your picture
    On the cover of the Rolling Stone

    Chorus
    Spoken: Hey, I know how!!!
    Solo
    Spoken: Beautiful!

    We gotta lot of little teen-aged
    blue-eyed groupies
    Who do anything we say
    We got a genuine Indian Guru
    He's teaching us a better way

    We got all the friends that money can buy,
    So we never have to be alone
    And we keep gettin' richer,
    But we can't get our picture
    On the cover of the Rolling Stone

    Chorus

    Talking:
    I don't know why we ain't on the cover, baby!
    Ah we're beautiful fellas!
    I ain't kiddin' you man, we'd make a beautiful cover
    I mean, I can see it right now--we be up front,
    Oh, we be smilin'....Beautiful!

    ----------------------------------------------------------------
    Poison comenzó a grabar su sexto álbum Crack a Smile en 1994, pero la grabación se suspendió abruptamente debido a un accidente donde se vio involucrado el vocalista Bret Michaels, el cual perdió el control de su Ferrari, sufriendo fractura de huesos y pérdida de cuatro dientes. Después de la recuperación en 1995 la banda continuó grabando.

    Para este momento el Rock Pesado había perdido popularidad y para contrarrestar un poco la situación, la banda saco un disco de éxitos en 1996 que fue platino y después de 8 años de separación Michaels y DeVille arreglaron sus diferencias y la reunión finalmente fue en 1999

    Para el 2000 finalmente el álbum Crack a Smile pudo ser lanzado, posteriormente en el mismo año Poison lanza Power of the people que marcó el regreso de C.C. DeVille a la banda.
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    Poison began recording their sixth album, Crack a Smile, in early 1994. Recording was brought to an abrupt halt in May 1994, when Michaels was involved in a car accident where he lost control of his Ferrari. Michaels suffered a broken nose, ribs, jaw, and fingers and lost four teeth. After his recovery in 1995, the band continued recording the album. However, in the face of 1980s-style hair metal being almost completely gone and with a shift in staff at the label, Capitol Records offered little support for a new Poison record. Recording the album was halted for a second time. Instead, the label opted for a Greatest Hits compilation, which featured two new tracks with Saraceno on guitar, Sexual Thing and Lay Your Body Down. The record was released on November 26, 1996, and went two times platinum, despite the lack of an immediate tour to support the album

    Hardcore fans uncovered copies of Crack a Smile from the numerous bootlegs that were beginning to surface, but it wasn't long before a shortfall in supply became evident. Fans clamored for an official release fearing that not only was the album becoming a collectors piece but was also quite possibly their best album to date. On March 14, 2000, Crack a Smile...and More! was finally released with extra tracks to combat the bootleg industry. That being Poison's seventh album after the Greatest Hits: 1986-1996 album took its place as the sixth, fans were calling it The Lost Album. Crack a Smile...and More! was a bright and raunchy series of party anthems, containing few traces of the seriousness of Native Tongue. However it did host various outtakes from the Open Up And Say...Ahh! and Flesh and Blood sessions. One More For The Bone and Set You Free, both outtakes, were originally planned for use as B-sides though no single selection was ever made. In addition to the outtakes, live recordings from the 1990 installment of the MTV Unplugged series were included.

  • Cover of the Rolling Stone

    3:00

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    Cover of the Rolling Stone · Jackyl

    Best in Show

    ℗ Mighty Loud Entertainment. Distributed by Fontana Distribution, LLC.

    Released on: 2012-07-31

    Writer, Composer: Shel Silverstein

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  • Dr Hook - Cover of The Rolling Stone

    3:08

    Album: Sloppy Seconds
    Låtskrivere: Shel Silverstein
    Utgitt: 1973
    Label: BGO Records ‎– BGOCD803

    Personnel Music
    Ray Sawyer – lead vocals
    Dennis Locorriere – lead guitar, lead vocals
    George Cummings – steel, electric and Hawaiian guitars, backing vocals
    Rik Elswit – rhythm guitar
    Billy Francis – keyboards, backing vocals
    Jance Garfat – bass
    Jay David – drums, backing vocals
    Production
    David Brown – engineer
    Ron Coro – art direction, design
    George Engfer – engineer
    Ron Haffkine – producer
    Glenn Kolotkin – engineer
    Mike Larner – engineer
    Tom Lubin – engineer
    Roy Segal – engineer
    Ken Walz – photography


    Sloppy Seconds was the second album from the country rock band Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show. It featured some of their most popular songs, including Freakin' at the Freakers Ball and The Cover of the Rolling Stone. It was noted for its crude sense of humor.

    The Cover of 'Rolling Stone' is a song written by Shel Silverstein and first recorded by American rock group Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show. Produced by Ron Haffkine and released in 1972, it was the band's third single and peaked at No. 6 on the U.S. pop chart for two weeks on March 17–24, 1973.

    Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show (shortened to Dr. Hook in 1975) was an American rock band, formed in Union City, New Jersey. They enjoyed considerable commercial success in the 1970s with hit singles including Sylvia's Mother, The Cover of 'Rolling Stone' (both 1972), Only Sixteen (1975), A Little Bit More (1976), Sharing the Night Together (1978), When You're in Love with a Beautiful Woman (1979), Better Love Next Time (1979), and Sexy Eyes (1980). In addition to their own material, Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show performed songs written by the poet Shel Silverstein.

    The band had eight years of regular chart hits in the United States, where their music was played on top-40, easy listening, and country music outlets, and throughout the English-speaking world including the UK, Canada and South Africa. Their music spanned several genres, mostly novelty songs and acoustic ballads in their early years, though their greatest success came with their later material, mostly consisting of disco-influenced soft rock, which the band recorded under the shortened name Dr. Hook.

  • The Cover Of The Rolling Stone

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    The Cover Of The Rolling Stone (Live) · Dr. Hook

    Dr. Hook - The Best Of

    ℗ A Capitol Records Release; ℗ 1981 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 2009-01-01

    Producer: Ron Haffkine
    Composer Lyricist: Shel Silverstein

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    25th August 2013: Sunny weather, cold beer and the Brain Bags play in the yard Honky Tonk Woman by the Rolling Stones

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    Cover of the Rolling Stone · Wild Fire

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    ℗ 2017 Wild Fire

    Released on: 2017-05-23

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  • The Rolling Stones - Satisfaction - Guitar Cover

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    My guitar cover of this Rolling Stones' classics. Used equipment: Fender Stratocaster + DigiTech RP 80

    Here is the tab I made:

    The main riff (intro, verse, outro)

    Rather heavy distortion, a fuzz effect was used for the original recording. Listen to the recording, when you play the second stroke on the second fret, sometimes you hold the note and let it ring, sometimes you mute it right after you played it (release the pressure of the finger). You always mute it that way after the first stroke at the second fret.

    E -------------------------------------------------------------------
    B -------------------------------------------------------------------
    G -------------------------------------------------------------------
    D -------------------------------------------------------------------
    A -2--2----2--4--4/5----5--5--/4--4---------------------------
    E -------------------------------------------------------------------


    The last time you play the riff before the chorus, you add one stroke on the second fret:

    E -------------------------------------------------------------------
    B -------------------------------------------------------------------
    G -------------------------------------------------------------------
    D -------------------------------------------------------------------
    A -2--2----2--4--4/5----5--5--/4--4--2-----------------------
    E -------------------------------------------------------------------


    The chorus licks

    This part is played with lower volume and less distortion - I just turn the volume button on my guitar a bit down

    E ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    B ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    G ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    D ---------------------------------------------------------9--7--9----9--9--
    A ----7--------------7--5--7----7--7-------7----------7--7--7----7--7--
    E -9-----97--5----5--5--5----5--5----9-----9--0----------------------


    E --------------------------------------------------------------------
    B --------------------------------------------------------------------
    G --------------------------------------------------------------------
    D ---------------------------------------------------------9--7--9--
    A ----7--------------7--5--7----7--7-------7----------7--7--7--
    E -9-----97--5----5--5--5----5--5----9-----9--0-------------


    E -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    B -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    G -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    D --------------------------------------9--7--9------------------------------------
    A ------------7--7h9p7-----7-------7--7--7---------------7--7h9p7-----7-
    E -7--7--9----------------9-----0-----------------5--5--9----------------9-----


    Then back to the main riff

    Turn the volume button on your guitar up to full volume again. The first time you start with the third stroke on the second fret, you don't play the firs two:

    E -------------------------------------------------------------------
    B -------------------------------------------------------------------
    G -------------------------------------------------------------------
    D -------------------------------------------------------------------
    A ---------2--4--4/5----5--5--/4--4----------------------------
    E -------------------------------------------------------------------

    ...and back to the regular main riff

    I hope it helps

  • Dr Hook ~ Cover Of The Rolling Stone

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    From The 1974 Freiberg Radio Concert.
    Credit to Klf Prankster for this tracks???? ???? ???? Thank you so much!

    Album: Sloppy Seconds
    Utgitt: 1973
    Låtskrivere: Shel Silverstein
    Label: Columbia

    The Cover of 'Rolling Stone' is a song written by Shel Silverstein and first recorded by American rock group Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show. Produced by Ron Haffkine and released in 1972, it was the band's third single and peaked at No. 6 on the U.S. pop chart for two weeks on March 17–24, 1973.
    Members
    Dennis Locorriere - vocals, guitar, bass, harmonica (1968-1985)
    Ray Sawyer - vocals, guitar, percussion, congas, maracas (1967-1983, died 2018)
    Billy Francis - keyboards (1968-1985; died 2010)
    George Cummings - lead and steel guitars, vocals (1968-1975)
    John Jay David - drums (1968-1973)
    Rik Elswit - lead guitar (1972-1985)
    Jance Garfat - bass (1972-1985; died 2006)
    John Wolters - drums (1973-1982, 1983-1985; died 1997)
    Bob 'Willard' Henke - guitar (1976-1980)
    Rod Smarr - guitar (1980-1985; died 2012)
    Walter Hartman - drums (1982-1983)
    Leonard Wolfe - keyboards (early 80s)
    Joseph Olivier - drums (1968)

    Dr. Hook & the Medicine Show (shortened to Dr. Hook in 1975) was an American rock band, formed in Union City, New Jersey. They enjoyed considerable commercial success in the 1970s with hit singles including Sylvia's Mother, The Cover of 'Rolling Stone' (both 1972), Only Sixteen (1975), A Little Bit More (1976), Sharing the Night Together (1978), When You're in Love with a Beautiful Woman (1979), Better Love Next Time (1979), and Sexy Eyes (1980). In addition to their own material, Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show performed songs written by the poet Shel Silverstein.

    The band had eight years of regular chart hits in the United States, where their music was played on top-40, easy listening, and country music outlets, and throughout the English-speaking world including the UK, Canada and South Africa. Their music spanned several genres, mostly novelty songs and acoustic ballads in their early years, though their greatest success came with their later material, mostly consisting of disco-influenced soft rock, which the band recorded under the shortened name Dr. Hook.

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