The Rolling Stones - Harlem Shuffle album flac
- Album: Harlem Shuffle
- FLAC: 1472 mb | MP3: 1711 mb
- Released: 1986
- Style: Classic Rock
- Rating: 4.2/5
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Written-By – Bob Relf, Earl Nelson
|B1||Had It With You
Written-By – K. Richards*, M. Jagger*, R. Wood*
- Record Company – Discos CBS, S.A., Madrid
- Manufactured By – Discos CBS, S.A., Madrid
- Copyright (c) – Promotone B.V.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Grammofoonplaten B.V.
- Printed By – Offset ALG, S.A.
- Engineer – Dave Jerden
- Producer – Steve Lillywhite, The Glimmer Twins
NotesTaken from the LP: "Dirty Work" S 86321
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout A-side machine stamped): A-6864-AO
- Matrix / Runout (Runout B-side machine stamped): A-6864-BO
- Depósito Legal: M-41310-1986
- Rights Society: S.G.A.E.
|A 6864||The Rolling Stones||Harlem Shuffle (7", Single)||Rolling Stones Records||A 6864||UK||1986|
|BA 3401||The Rolling Stones||Harlem Shuffle (7", Single, Promo)||CBS||BA 3401||Australia||1986|
|12.6864||The Rolling Stones||Harlem Shuffle (12", Maxi)||CBS||12.6864||Portugal||1986|
|07SP 940||The Rolling Stones||Harlem Shuffle (7", Promo)||Rolling Stones Records||07SP 940||Japan||1986|
|BA 3401||The Rolling Stones||Harlem Shuffle (7", Single)||Rolling Stones Records||BA 3401||Australia||1986|
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The Rolling Stones Album: Dirty Work (1986).
Harlem Shuffle" is an R&B song written and originally recorded by the duo Bob & Earl in 1963. In 1986 it was covered by The Rolling Stones on their album Dirty Work. The original single, co-arranged by Barry White and Gene Page, peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and on the Cash Box chart. The record was a commercial failure when first released in the UK in 1963, but on reissue in 1969 peaked at It was released on Marc Records, a subsidiary of Titan Records.
Band Name The Rolling Stones. Album Name Harlem Shuffle. Type EP. Data wpisu 1986. Wydawcy Rolling Stones. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album5. Other productions from The Rolling Stones. Single by Bob & Earl. The Rolling Stones' cover version, with Bobby Womack on backing vocals, appeared on their 1986 album Dirty Work, and went to on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and in the UK. Keith Richards had been looking for songs to possibly include on the album and had been working up songs with Ronnie Wood and Womack while waiting for Jagger to return to the studio in Paris after doing promo work on his solo album. To Richards' surprise, Jagger liked the feel and cut the vocals quickly. It became the first cover song the Stones had released as an opening single off a new studio album since.
Lyrics to "Harlem Shuffle" song by The Rolling Stones:, hu! You move it to the left, yeah, and you go for yourself . Now come on, baby (oh, come on baby!), now get into your slide. Just ride, ride, ride little pony ride. Yeah, yeah, yeah, do the Harlem Shuffle. Do the Monkey Shine) Yeah, yeah, yeah, shake your tail feather, baby. Shake shake, shake shake yeah!) Yeah, yeah, yeah, shake your tail feather, baby. Huh, yeah, yeah, yeah, do the Harlem Shuffle. Yeah, like your momma told you how. Yeah, yeah, yeah, huh, do the Harlem Shuffle. Do it, do it do your own, own shine.
Artist: The Rolling Stones. Album: Dirty Work, 1986.
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The Rolling Stones perform in the music video for "Harlem Shuffle" of the album "Dirty Work" recorded by "Rolling Stones Records". The band plays in a neon painted abstract cityscape while. Save movies and shows to keep track of what you want to watch.
Dirty Work (The Rolling Stones album). Dirty Work is the Rolling Stones' 18th British and 20th American studio album. It was released on 24 March 1986 on the Rolling Stones label by CBS Records. Produced by Steve Lillywhite, the album was recorded during a period when relations between Mick Jagger and Keith Richards soured considerably, according to Richards' autobiography Life.