The Rolling Stones - Azucar Rubia = Brown Sugar album flac
- Album: Azucar Rubia = Brown Sugar
- FLAC: 1567 mb | MP3: 1424 mb
- Country: UK
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|A||Azucar Rubia = Brown Sugar||3:50|
|B||Perra = Bitch||3:42|
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|RS19100||The Rolling Stones||Brown Sugar / Bitch / Let It Rock (7", Single, Mono, Pus)||Rolling Stones Records||RS19100||UK||1971|
|RS-19100||The Rolling Stones||Brown Sugar (7", Single, RE, Spe)||Rolling Stones Records||RS-19100||US||Unknown|
|Sugar P1||The Rolling Stones||Brown Sugar (7", Shape, Single, Pic)||Rolling Stones Records||Sugar P1||UK||1984|
|GS 45787||The Rolling Stones||Brown Sugar / Bitch (7", Single)||Rolling Stones Records||GS 45787||Canada||1981|
|RS-19100||The Rolling Stones||Brown Sugar / Bitch (7", Single)||Rolling Stones Records||RS-19100||Portugal||1971|
This is the full-length show performed by the Rolling Stones on the fifth and final leg of the Bridges To Babylon Tour, at Weserstadion on September 2, 1998.
Brown Sugar" is a song by the Rolling Stones. It is the opening track and lead single from their album Sticky Fingers (1971). Rolling Stone magazine ranked it number 495 on its list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and at number five on their list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time
Produced by Jimmy Miller. Album Sticky Fingers. Gold coast slave ship bound for cotton fields Sold in the market down in New Orleans Scarred old slaver knows he's doing alright Hear him whip the women just around midnight. Brown sugar, how come you taste so good? Uh huh Brown sugar, just like a young girl should, uh huh, oh (Woo)
Band: The Rolling Stones Song: Brown Sugar Album: Sticky Fingers Tabber: clarkddmenout. Brown sugar just like a young girl should. Verse 2 Drums beating, cold English blood runs hot Lady of the house wonderin' where it's gonna stop House boy knows that he's doing alright You shoulda heard him just around midnight. Chorus 2 Brown sugar how come you taste so good, now?
The Rolling Stones' "Brown Sugar" is a stew of controversial topics: Slavery, rape and interracial sex are just a partial list. The first single release from the Sticky Fingers, it was written primarily by Mick Jagger in 1969, and released in the . Despite its controversial subject matter, "Brown Sugar" shot to No. 1 in the . shortly after its stateside debut on May 7. "I wrote that song in Australia in the middle of a field," Jagger told Rolling Stone in 1995. They were really odd circumstances.
Rolling Stones Records. Sugar P1. The Rolling Stones. Brown Sugar (7", Shape, Single, Pic). Rolling Stones Records. 006 20 0258 7. Brown Sugar (7", Single, Promo, RE). Spain.
Brown Sugar: Tribute To The Rolling Stones, Vol. 2. Released by Red Note Sep 2011 12 Tracks.
Brown sugar, how come you taste so good, Brown sugar, just like a black girl should, I bet your mama was a Tent Show queen and all her boyfriends were sweet sixteen I'm no school boy but I know what I like You should have heard me just around midnight. Azukre beltza, nola duzu hain zapore ona, Azukre beltza, justu neska beltz batek behar lukeen bezala, Hire ama Zirkuaren Erregina zunala apustu baietz eta bere mutilagun guztiak nerabe goxoak zitunan Neu ez naun mukizua baina bazekinat zer nahi dinaten Gauerdi aldera entzun behar nindunan. Brown Sugar abestia entzungai.
Brown sugar just like a young girl should Drums beating, cold English blood runs hot Lady of the house wonderin' where it's gonna stop House boy knows that he's doing alright You shoulda heard him just around midnight Brown sugar how come you taste so good, now? Brown sugar just like a young girl should, now Ah, get along, brown sugar how come you taste so good, baby? Ah, got me feelin' now, brown sugar just like a black girl should I bet your mama was a tent show queen And all here boyfriends were sweet sixteen I'm no schoolboy but I know what I like You shoulda heard. I doubt there is any evidence for racism within the Rolling Stones. Deep South blues and rock n roll is where they got their inspiration from and they had a huge respect for the black artists of their time.