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    Sound Like The Rolling Stones - Without Busting The Bank

    20:32

    Sound Like The Rolling Stones - Without Busting The Bank

    Watch Rabea Massaad and Matt Hornby attempt to sound like your favourite artists on a budget using the most accurate but affordable gear they can find from Andertons Music Co.

    In this episode they attempt to sound like the infamous Rolling Stones!

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    Fender Princeton Amp -

    Fender Deluxe Reverb Amp -

    Caitlinbread SFT -

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    How To Sound Like The Rolling Stones Using Guitar Pedals | Potent Pairings

    3:42

    The Rolling Stones are an iconic band with dozens upon dozens of iconic sounds, courtesy of Ronnie Wood, Mick Taylor, and of course, Keith Richards. The sounds might be difficult to nail if you don't have access to the tons of killer vintage gear the Stones had, but it doesn't have to be impossible. Using some modern pedals, you can hit the old-school tones from recordings like Satisfaction, Sympathy for the Devil, and Gimme Shelter with precision. Watch this #PotentPairings video to learn how.

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    Pedals Used:
    Gibson Maestro FuzzTone
    TC Electronic Hall of Fame Reverb
    Catalinbread SFT Drive
    Ibanez Mini Analog Delay
    Wampler Black 65' Overdrive
    BBE The Bohemian Treble Booster
    Earthquaker Devices Hummingbird Tremolo
    Earthquaker Devices Grand Orbiter Phaser / Vibrato
    Fulltone Mini Deja Vibe
    Boss CH-1 Super Chorus

    Guitars: 72' Fender Telecaster Custom & Gibson Les Paul Custom
    Amplifier: 77' Fender Vibrolux Reverb

    Player: Joe Shadid
    Engineered by Michael Lux

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    Rolling Stones + Keith Richards Sound UNLOCKED

    7:02

    Need to play like Keith Richards and the Rolling Stones ASAP? Check out this tutorial and lesson where I teach you how to tune and play like Keith Richards. From tuning your guitar to simple licks, you'll be a part of the British Invasion in no time.

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    How To Sound Like: The Rolling Stones with Catalinbread

    5:34

    Howard gives us a quick demo comparing four Catalinbread pedals side by side to achieve the Rolling Stones sound. The SFT, Formula 5F6, Formula No. 5, and a Karma Suture are played consecutively so you can hear the differences. Comment and let us know which you prefer?

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    Gain is turned down for Brown Sugar.
    No promise you'll be as rockin' as Keith Richards.

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    Tone Clone: Cant You Hear Me Knocking by The Rolling Stones | CME Gear Demo

    2:49

    In our first edition of a new video series, Tone Clone, Shelby demonstrates how to achieve the signature tone of the Rolling Stones classic Can't You Hear Me Knocking from their 1971 album Sticky Fingers.

    Using a Fender American Vintage '52 Reissue Telecaster ( Fender Vintage Modified '68 Custom Twin Reverb Combo Amp ( Fulltone 69 MKII Fuzz ( and an MXR Carbon Copy Delay ( Shelby accurately recreates the warm fuzziness of Keith Richards' iconic riff.

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    Can the cheapest Squier Telecaster sound like Rolling Stones?

    8:00

    Squier Telecaster Affinity 2016 into Aleksander Niemand Zagray! and 1971 Marshall 1960A 4x12. Miked by MD421 and C414 (room) omni, API 512C Mic Preamp

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    Sound Like The Beatles | Without Busting The Bank - Andertons Music Co.

    14:29

    Sound Like The Beatles | Without Busting The Bank

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    Fender Play LIVE: 6 Iconic Rolling Stones Riffs | Fender Play | Fender

    30:55

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    Welcome to Fender Play LIVE! In this episode, learn how to play 6 legendary riffs from The Rolling Stones with Matt Lake & Andrew Martin of Moon Honey!

    Andrew Martin Interview: 1:10
    Satisfaction: 2:17
    Paint It Black: 4:53
    Under My Thumb: 7:19
    How to Sound Like Keith Richards: 11:18
    Jumpin' Jack Flash: 15:43
    Street Fighting Man: 19:35
    Brown Sugar: 21:37
    Homework: 26:20
    Fender Play Gear Giveaway: 27:24
    Community Questions: 27:40
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    Keith Richards Amplifier The Rolling Stones

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    This is what Keith's No1 amplifier sounds like up close.

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    Guitar Lessons - Kings of Tone - Keith Richards 1

    3:30

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    Kings of Tone examines twelve masters of tone revealing their gear and effects formulas (and how you can emulate same with your own gear) along with their singular approaches to touch and stylistic phrasing.

    While our quest is ultimately about finding our own voice and signature sound, we must first study the masters, just as they studied those who came before them. Kings of Tone dissects the styles, touch, tones, amps, pedals, guitars and setups of Jeff Beck, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Billy Gibbons, Dickey Betts, Duane Allman, The Edge, Angus Young, David Gilmour, Keith Richards and Mark Knophler.

    Your Professor of Tone is NYC session player and educator Jeff McErlain, whose standing-room-only workshops on the subject testify to his expertise stemming from years of tone exploration. I hope to demystify the tonal qualities of these twelve players by sharing the insight I've gained over many years studying them and deconstructing their styles, touch and rigs.

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    Riffs in the Key of Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones on Guitar | Reverb Learn to Play

    13:14

    Keith Richards has one of the most iconic guitar styles in history, and in this lesson, Joe shows us a few key elements that make Keef sound like Keef. From tuning, to tone, and technique, you'll be rocking out Brown Sugar, Honky Tonk Women, and Can't You Hear Me Knockin in no time.

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    Can Laney Klipp sound like Rolling Stones?!

    4:39

    Laney Klipp 100 from 1973-1975 with a Squier Telecaster Affinity through a 1971 Marshall 1960A 4x12.

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    The Rolling Stones Songwriting Experiment

    9:48

    The Rolling Stones are rock and roll legends. This week I listened to nothing but the Stones and was inspired by their tracks “Satisfaction”, “Paint it Black” and “Start me Up”. This week I focused in on how the Rolling Stones write a Riff. Their iconic riffs are memorable and pack a powerful punch. I tried to emulate the sound in my latest song “I Want You”.
    I wrote the song based on Freedom, which was the sub-Reddit Song-a-week challenge this week. It’s from the perspective of good ol’ Uncle Sam. Please enjoy the following!

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    Sound Like Pearl Jam - Without Busting The Bank

    16:14

    Sound Like Pearl Jam - Without Busting The Bank

    Watch Rabea Massaad and Matt Hornby attempt to sound like your favourite artists on a budget using the most accurate but affordable gear they can find from Andertons Music Co.

    In this episode they attempt to sound like Pearl Jam!

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    Jrad Archer:

    Cry Baby Mini:

    BOSS PH-3 Phase Shifter:

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    the rolling stones - congratulations - enhanced sound

    2:32

    Edit, for headphones.
    Another mono Rolling Stones record that might sound better now... like it?

    Recorded June 24 & 26, 1964. Released in the US on te album 12x5 in 1964, in the UK October 1973
    on No stone unturned.

    Guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards. Lead vocal: Mick Jagger. Drums: Charlie Watts. Bass: Bill Wyman. Backing vocal: Keith Richards

    CONGRATULATIONS
    (Jagger/Richards)

    Congratulations
    Congratulations
    Well done, my friend
    You've done it again
    You've gone and broken another heart
    Yeah, you've torn it apart

    You've done it before
    Hope to do it some more
    You've got it down to a fine art

    Remember the first time
    You tried to do it to me
    My girl won't fall
    Just wait and see
    Just wait and see

    Congratulations
    Congratulations
    You've gone and broken another heart
    Yeah, you've torn it apart

    La la, la la la, la la la la (congratulations)


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    The Rolling Stones – Little Red Rooster High Quality Sound, Subtitled

    3:01

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    the rolling stones - susie Q - extended to 3:03 - processed stereo

    3:05

    a song that lasts only 1.50 minutes cries for someone to make it longer, especially when a man named Keith Richards plays the solo guitar in such a stunning way...
    I extended it to 3.03 minutes. I uploaded a new version of this video with a decent fade out

    T H I S - S O N G - S H O U L D - B E - P L A Y E D - L O U D
    six gentle young man (when including Ian Stewart) in januari 1965 on Shindig!, an American music variety television show

    took many hours of editing, so please don't shoot the editor (a thumbs up would be nice...)

    There was something not right in Wikipedia concerning what was written about Susie Q.***
    Call me prejudiced, but this Stones version is far better than the lazy CCR-version (referred to as most famous cover version). Mrs. Quatro's version is just a CCR copy, a tiny bit faster.
    Jose Feliciano's version is beautiful, but the rock has been - skillfully - drilled out.
    And Dale Hawkins... nice, but it needed six British boys to pick it up and enhance it...

    Wow man, this Stones version is on fire!!! Ever heard a guitar sound like that? Outstanding performance by todays most famous guitarist, Keith Richards. Just stunning.

    Recorded February 25, 1964. Released in the US on 12x5 in 1964 and in the UK on Rolling Stones #2 in 1965.

    Guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards. Drums: Charlie Watts. Bass: Bill Wyman. Vocals: Mick Jagger.

    SUSIE Q (extended version)
    (Dale Hawkins)

    oh, Susie Q
    oh, Susie Q
    oh, Susie Q
    I love you
    My Susie Q

    I love the way you walk
    I love the way you talk
    love the way you walk
    I love the way you talk
    my Susie Q

    say that you'll be true
    say that you'll be true
    say that you'll be true
    and never leave me blue
    my Susie Q

    say that you'll be true
    say that you'll be true
    say that you'll be true
    and never leave me blue
    my Susie Q

    oh, Susie Q
    oh, Susie Q
    oh, Susie Q
    honey I love you
    my Susie Q

    say that you'll be true
    say that you'll be true
    say that you'll be true
    and never leave me blue
    my Susie Q

    oh, Susie Q
    oh, Susie Q
    oh, Susie Q
    honey I love you
    my Susie Q

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    *** I changed that in Januari 2013. I edited the text and added this:

    The Rolling Stones

    A very fast version - with electric solo guitar performance by Keith Richards - is by The Rolling Stones, recorded February 25, 1964, released in the U.S. on the album 12 X 5 in 1964 and in the U.K. on the album The Rolling Stones No. 2 in 1965. With its 1:49 it is one of the shortest songs The Rolling Stones ever made.

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    How To Sound Like Queens of the Stone Age Using Guitar Pedals | Potent Pairings

    3:22

    Queens of the Stone Age have been perfecting desert rock guitar sounds for the last 20 years. Meaty, humbucking Gibsons, twangy 12-string guitars, layers of gritty bass, and a variety of stompboxes mask their signature tone in a haze of gear and effects. In this installment of #PotentPairings, watch as we clear away the smoke, and try to replicate the QOTSA sound using a handful of pedals we had in the office.

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    ISP - British Voicing
    Treble - 3
    Mids - 9
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    What Makes the Rolling Stones sound so FREAKIN Awesome

    17:50

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    The Rolling Stones -

    3:55

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    (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction by the Rolling Stones
    Composers: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards

    Lyrics:

    I can't get no satisfaction
    I can't get no satisfaction
    'Cause I try and I try and I try and I try
    I can't get no, I can't get no

    When I'm drivin' in my car
    And that man comes on the radio
    And he's tellin' me more and more
    About some useless information
    Supposed to fire my imagination

    I can't get no, oh no no no
    Hey hey hey, that's what I say
    I can't get no satisfaction
    I can't get no satisfaction
    'Cause I try and I try and I try and I try
    I can't get no, I can't get no

    When I'm watchin' my TV
    And that man comes on to tell me
    How white my shirts can be
    But he can't be a man 'cause he doesn't smoke
    The same cigarettes as me

    I can't get no, oh no no no
    Hey hey hey, that's what I say
    I can't get no satisfaction
    I can't get no girl reaction
    Cause I try and I try and I try and I try
    I can't get no, I can't get no

    When I'm ridin' round the world
    And I'm doin' this and I'm signing that
    And I'm tryin' to make some girl
    Who tells me baby better come back later next week
    Cause you see I'm on losing streak

    I can't get no, oh no no no
    Hey hey hey, that's what I say
    I can't get no, I can't get no
    I can't get no satisfaction
    No satisfaction, no satisfaction, no satisfaction

    “(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction (Official Lyric Video)”
    Directed by:Hector Santizo
    Producers: Julian Klein, Robin Klein, Mick Gochanour, Hector Santizo
    (C) 2015 ABKCO Music & Records, Inc.

    #TheRollingStones #Satisfaction #Vevo

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    The Rolling Stones - Fool To Cry - OFFICIAL PROMO

    5:03

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    Bob Dylan - Like a Rolling Stone

    6:00

    Music video by Bob Dylan performing Like a Rolling Stone (Audio). (C) 2017 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

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    THE ROLLING STONES & BOB DYLAN - Like A Rolling Stone Bridges To Buenos Aires: Blu-Ray

    6:02

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    VIDEO INFO: A rare, maybe unique rendition with a charachteristically discordant (even Keif felt a shudder!) Bob Dylan joining the band to sing his own anthem that the ‘Stones joyously covered for the 1995 ‘Stripped’ project, that is almost worth the asking price for the Blu-Ray edition of the ‘Bridges to Buenos Aires’ monster released today on various formats by Eagle Vision which is of course the full set of the fifth of five Argentina shows recorded whilst on the ‘Bridges To Babylon’ tour; 5 April 1998. If justification were needed for its appearance so soon after the ‘Bridges To Bremen’ set that was released earlier this year from the same tour with a near identical setlist, it would be the contrasting enthusiasm of the audience who convincingly prove that the reputation of South American and particularly Argentinian crowds as the best in the world, is one that is well deserved!

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    THE ROLLING STONES - Like A Rolling Stone

    5:54

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    VIDEO INFO: There own take on the Dylan namesake performed live at L’Olympia, Paris – 3rd July 1995; a show that was included in superb clarity on the recent Deluxe/Blu-Ray edition of ‘Totally Stripped’.

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    How To Sound Like Tame Impala with Guitar Pedals | Potent Pairings

    4:25

    Kevin Parker has become one of the most influential sonic architects in the modern age, using gear and techniques from the past to inform his modern sound. In this installment of #PotentPairings, we attempt to capture some of his key sounds using compressors, delays and, of course, phasers that we had in the office.

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    Performed by Joe Shadid
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    Guitar: 1980 Rickenbacker 330:
    Amplifier: Blackstar Artist 15:

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    EHX Holy Grail Reverb Nano:

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    Boss Katana Amp Preset - Keith Richards - Rolling Stones - Katana Tone Tuesday

    3:09

    I love a bit of Keef! Such a simple tone. This patch is not based on Satisfaction but more on the overdriven amp sounds of start me up and brown sugar. I hope you enjoy!

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    Brian Jones In Sound radio interview, 1967

    1:30

    Broadcast March, 1967. Harry Harrison (for the US Army), asks typically inane 'teen idol' questions, Brian does the best he can with it.

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    Like The Rolling Stones Tribute ČinČin

    4:39

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    Like The Rolling Stones are not a typical tribute band. More than a band image and stage choreography, the most important aspect for the band is music sincerity and energy. They believe in the true sound of the sixties, which is largely due to their blues roots, which they also share with their role models. In addition there are only four members of a group instead of five which is contrary to the Rolling Stones and discourages the tribute band from perfect comparison with the original band. But this does not affect their musical quality of live performances. Each of their performances is a unique musical experience with a touch of nostalgia, in which true fans of the early period of The Rolling Stones won’t be dissapointed.

    Guitar: Ažbe Toman
    Bass: Matej Kosmač
    Drums: Miha Petrovič
    Vocal, Guitar, Harmonica: Mihael Zore

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    The Rolling Stones - Heart of Stone 2003 sound LIVE

    3:57

    The Rolling Stones - Heart of Stone 2003 sound

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    The Rolling Stones - Dont Stop LIVE 2003

    5:16

    Don't Stop was largely the work of Jagger. Writing began during Jagger's preparations for his 2001 album Goddess in the Doorway. At the time of release, he commented, For me, doing a solo album or a Stones album is all the same, with one proviso: that when I'm writing for the Rolling Stones I don't mind if the song sounds like the ones the Stones do, whereas if I'm writing, but not recording with the Rolling Stones, I don't want the song to contain too many of the clichés that one associates with the Rolling Stones, so I try quite hard to avoid them. Before the release of Forty Licks, I wrote 'Don't Stop' in the same period that I was writing the songs for my solo album, and I just put it to one side and said to myself, 'This sounds very much like the Rolling Stones to me. It might be very useful in the coming months, but I'll leave it for now and I won't record it because I think it's going to be better for the Stones.'

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    the rolling stones - as tears go by - enhanced sound

    2:42

    edit, for headphones
    as tears go by a song that would have sounded much better if the orchestra had stayed home that day...

    First song ever penned by Jagger/Richards. Recorded on October 26, 1965. Released in US on December 6, 1965 on December's Children (and everybody's) and April 2, 1966 in UK on Big hits (high tide and green gras.

    Vocal: Mick Jagger. 12 string acoustic guitar: Keith Richards. Strings: Mike Leander orchestra.

    AS TEARS GO BY
    (Jagger/Richards)

    It is the evening of the day
    I sit and watch the children play
    Smiling faces I can see
    But not for me
    I sit and watch
    As tears go by

    My riches can't buy everything
    I want to hear the children sing
    All I hear is the sound
    Of rain falling on the ground
    I sit and watch
    As tears go by

    It is the evening of the day
    I sit and watch the children play
    Doin' things I used to do
    They think are new
    I sit and watch
    As tears go by


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    The Rolling Stones - Waitin on a Friend - sound ckeck

    5:40

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    We Love You

    4:37

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    We Love You · The Rolling Stones

    The Rolling Stones In Mono

    ℗ 2016 ABKCO Music & Records, Inc.

    Released on: 1966-01-01

    Producer: Andrew Loog Oldham
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist, Clapping, Tambourine: John Lennon
    Associated Performer, Background Vocalist, Clapping, Maracas: Paul McCartney
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Keith Richards
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Bill Wyman
    Associated Performer, Clapping, Sound Effects, Vocals: Mick Jagger
    Associated Performer, Piano: Nicky Hopkins
    Associated Performer, Mellotron: Brian Jones
    Associated Performer, Drums, Percussion: Charlie Watts
    Composer Lyricist: Mick Jagger
    Composer Lyricist: Keith Richards

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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    The Rolling Stones - You Got me Rockin LIVE 2003

    4:09

    KR: I wrote it on piano. It's sort of like a Little Richard thing. And then when I took it to guitar I really got interested in it. Because before that I was really doing a parody of something like Rock And Roll piano music. But then it sort of went Celtic on me. Some of these strange drone notes. And it sort of took on another life. And then Charlie got into it with this little go-go beat - this great tom tom bit - and I'm a sucker for that, man. You give me that, especially with Charlie Watts playing it. It was a heavy-duty jungle thing.
    -Mick Jagger's lyrics are a response to critics who said The Stones were too old or irrelevant in the era of Grunge.
    -A lot of stones fans seem to hate this. I think that could be because it was made in '94 instead of '74. I think it's one of Keith's all-time great riffs...I dont know..
    Lyrics: (1994) B-side of Love Is Strong---
    -I was a butcher cutting up meat
    My hands were bloody I'm dying on my feet
    I was a surgeon 'till I start to shake
    I was a falling 'till you put on the brakes

    Hey, hey you got me rocking now
    Hey, hey you got me rocking now
    Hey, hey you got me rocking now

    I was a pitcher down in a slump
    I was a fighter taken for a sucker punch
    Feeling bad I guess I lost my spring
    I was the boxer who can't get in the ring

    Hey, hey you got me rocking now
    Hey, hey you got me rocking now
    Hey, hey there ain't no stopping me
    Hey, hey you got me rocking now
    Hey, hey you got me rocking now
    Hey, hey you got me rocking now

    I was a hooker losing her looks
    I was a writer can't write another book
    I was all dried up dying to get wet
    I was a tycoon drowning in debt

    Hey, hey you got me rocking now
    Hey, hey you got me rocking now
    Hey, hey there ain't no stopping me
    Hey, hey you got me rocking now
    Hey, hey you got me rocking now
    Hey, hey you got me rocking now
    Hey, hey you got me rocking now

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    The Rolling Stones - Route 66 1964

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    The Rolling Stones - Live in Montreal 1989 - Excellent proshot with stereo sound

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    Live at Olympic Stadium, Montreal, Canada, December 14th, 1989.

    Video mixed with stereo audio source by Falo. From MSG series #77

    Start me up
    Bitch
    Sad sad sad
    Undercover
    Harlem shuffle
    Tumbling dice
    Miss you
    Ruby tuesday (missing)
    Play with fire
    Terrifying
    Rock and a hard place
    Mixed emotions
    Honky tonk women
    Midnight rambler
    You can't always get what you want
    Little red rooster
    Can't be seen (missing)
    Happy
    Paint it black
    2000 light years from home (missing)
    Sympathy for the devil
    Gimme shelter
    It's only rock and roll
    Brown sugar (missing)
    Satisfaction
    Jumping Jack flash

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    Drum Lesson: Play Like Charlie Watts

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    If you have seen the Rolling Stones live, on YouTube, or on television you may have noticed that, for the most part, Charlie Watts does not hit the hi-hat when he plays his backbeat on the snare. This is not as easy as it looks—losing that one little eighth-note does make us think a little more, but it really helps to isolate the snare drum in the mix.

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    The Rolling Stones - Its Only Rock N Roll - OFFICIAL PROMO

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    Like a Rolling Stone

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    Iconic Performances from the Monterey International Pop Festival

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    The Rolling Stones - Like A Rolling Stone

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    The Rolling Stones - Start Me Up - Official Promo

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    The Rolling Stones - Paint It, Black

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    “Paint It, Black” by The Rolling Stones
    Composers: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards

    Lyrics:

    I see a red door and I want it painted black
    No colors anymore I want them to turn black

    I see the girls walk by dressed in their summer clothes
    I have to turn my head until my darkness goes

    I see a line of cars and they're all painted black
    With flowers and my love both never to come back

    I see people turn their heads and quickly look away
    Like a new born baby it just happens every day

    I look inside myself and see my heart is black
    I see my red door, I must have it painted black

    Maybe then I'll fade away and not have to face the facts
    It's not easy facin' up when your whole world is black

    No more will my green sea go turn a deeper blue
    I could not foresee this thing happening to you

    If I look hard enough into the settin' sun
    My love will laugh with me before the mornin' comes

    I see a red door and I want it painted black
    No colors anymore I want them to turn black

    I see the girls walk by dressed in their summer clothes
    I have to turn my head until my darkness goes

    I wanna see your face, painted black
    Black as night, black as coal

    I wanna see the sun flying high in the sky
    I wanna see it painted, painted, painted, painted black
    Yeah!

    “Paint It, Black (Official Lyric Video)”
    Directed by: Hector Santizo
    Producers: Julian Klein, Robin Klein, Mick Gochanour, Hector Santizo
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    The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Like A Rolling Stone

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    Rolling Stones Live LA 1975 Star Star *BEST SOUND EVER*

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    Why big bands like Metallica and The Rolling Stones might sound bad LIVE

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    Lauren Daigle - Still Rolling Stones

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    The Rolling Stones - Blood Red Wine

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    The Rolling Stones Outtakes, Demos & Radio Sessions (1964/1968)
    Track 13 - Blood Red Wine [aka: Red Blood Wine; Blood Red & Wine; Bloodred Wine - Demo/Outtake/Unreleased] (M. Jagger - K. Richards)
    Recorded by The Rolling Stones at Olympic Sound Studios, London, UK (May, 1968)
    Blood Red Wine is an outtake from the Beggar’s Banquet sessions. While it has the mood and feel of that period soaked into it, the track is obviously unfinished. What is there, however, sounds like the makings of a Stones classic. That melancholy feels so prominent on songs like Sister Morphine, Moonlight Mile and others is all over this one. Another track ripe for nursing back to life for sure.
    Lyrics:
    (vocals= M. Jagger; acoustic guitars= B. Jones/K. Richards; bass= B. Wyman; piano= N. Hopkins; drums= C. Watts)
    Mmm... Dear, I love you dearly
    but don't forget trouble I used to find
    And it was, in your mind... yeah!

    I got red blood, and I got blood red wine
    Which I bring you, when the snow is heavy on the ground,
    If you say where go, I'll just, wrap my cloak around;

    You say that every man you ever had has been obsessed with you
    And I wanna prove an exception to the role, that you lay down,
    Babe, please don't make me cry, 'cause there's a little pain inside,
    Yes, my darling now you can't expect me always to hide;

    I got red blood, and I got, blood red wine
    Which I bring you when the snow lies heavy on the ground,
    If you say we'll go
    Why-ow... Let me, let me, wrap my coat around;

    Yeah, that's right,
    You see that every time well the lines must rhyme
    And every verse, be in the same old time,
    Does it all, have to rhyme?
    But there go, and that's a place that you will never...
    You said to remind of the girl I used to know, and used to love, yeah!

    I got red blood, and I got blood red wine
    Which I bring you, when the snow lies heavy on the ground,
    If you get cold I, oh wrap my, coat, coat around,
    My, my, my, my, don't you stay on that, that snowy ground.
    Enjoy good old Rock Music performed by the greatest rock 'n roll band in the world!

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    The Rolling Stones - Jumpin Jack Flash 71 Raw sound

    4:15

    This is the most performed song by the Rolling Stones. The band have played this during every tour since its release in 1968....
    Mick said that It's about having a hard time and getting out. Just a metaphor for getting out of all the acid things.
    - Who is Jack Flash? His name is Jack Dyer, and he was Keith Richards' gardener. Richards explained to Rolling Stone in 2010: The lyrics came from a gray dawn at Redlands. Mick and I had been up all night, it was raining outside, and there was the sound of these boots near the window, belonging to my gardener, Jack Dyer. It woke Mick up. He said, 'What's that?' I said, 'Oh, that's Jack. That's jumping Jack.' I started to work around the phrase on the guitar, which was in open tuning, singing the phrase 'Jumping Jack.' Mick said, 'Flash,' and suddenly we had this phrase with a great rhythm and ring to it.
    . Bill Wyman wrote some of this song, but it was still credited only to Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, which Wyman was never happy about. He explained: We got to the studio early once and... in fact I think it was a rehearsal studio, I don't think it was a recording studio. And there was just myself, Brian and Charlie - the Stones NEVER arrive at the same time, you know - and Mick and Keith hadn't come. And I was just messing about and I just sat down at the piano and started doing this riff, da-daw, da-da-daw, da-da-daw, and then Brian played a bit of guitar and Charlie was doing a rhythm. We were just messing with it for 20 minutes, just filling in time, and Mick and Keith came in and we stopped and they said, 'Hey, that sounded really good, carry on, what is it? And then the next day we recorded it. Mick wrote great lyrics to it and it turned out to be a really good single.
    - As Richards explained in Rolling Stone, he's very proud of his guitar part in this song. When you get a riff like 'Flash,' you get a great feeling of elation, a wicked glee, he said. I can hear the whole band take off behind me every time I play 'Flash' - there's this extra sort of turbo overdrive. You jump on the riff and it plays you. Levitation is probably the closest analogy to what I feel.
    - A promotional film, which was an early music video, was shot with The Stones performing this wearing body paint and outrageous costumes. The paint and costumes would become a trend in the '70s with bands like Kiss.
    - For The Stones, this was a return to the Blues style of their early years. Their previous album, Her Satanic Majesties Request, had more of a psychedelic sound...
    This was intended for Beggar's Banquet, but they left it off the album and released it as a single because The Stones were very pleased with the results...
    (This was rumored to be about drugs. A Jumpin' Jack Flash is supposedly a way to inject heroin into the tear ducts.)
    - KEFF ; I used a Gibson Hummingbird acoustic tuned to open D, six string. Open D or open E, which is the same thing - same intervals - but it would be slackened down some for D. Then there was a capo on it, to get that really tight sound. And there was another guitar over the top of that, but tuned to Nashville tuning. I learned that from somebody in George Jones' band in San Antonio in 1964. The high-strung guitar was an acoustic, too. Both acoustics were put through a Phillips cassette recorder. Just jam the mic right in the guitar and play it back through an extension speaker.(...) I love 'Satisfaction' dearly and everything, but those chords are pretty much a de rigueur course as far as songwriting goes. But 'Flash' is particularly interesting. It's allllll right now. It's almost Arabic or very old, archaic, classical, the chord setups you could only hear in Gregorian chants or something like that. And it's that weird mixture of your actual rock and roll and at the same time this weird echo of very, very ancient music that you don't even know. It's much older than I am, and that's unbelievable! It's like a recall of something, and I don't know where it came from......

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    How to Play Like a Rolling Stone by Bob Dylan on Guitar - Acoustic Songs

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    The Rolling Stones - Claudine 1977 country sound tuned Version

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