Sly & Robbie + All Stars presenting Keith Richards - Satisfaction (New Recorded Version) album flac
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|A||(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction
Guitar – Keith RichardsWritten By, Composed By – Jagger; Richards*
performed with – Taxi Gang*Written By, Composed By – Lalo Schiffrin*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – RockUp Records
- Copyright (c) – INOKS Music Inc.
- Licensed From – S2S PTE Ltd.
- Licensed From – S2S Inc.
- Executive Producer – Kanuzari Suzuki
- Producer – Takshiko Ooyama
NotesLimited edition of 500 non numbered copies
A (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction 4:02
with guitar by Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones
written and composed by Keith Richards and Mick Jagger
B Mission Impossible 4:00
performed with - Taxi Gang
written and composed by Lalo Schiffrin
all tracks produced by Takshiko Ooyama (S2S Tracks)
executive producer Kanuzari Suzuki (S2S Tracks)
all titles under copyright control
all rights reserved under license from S2S Pte Ltd. (Singapore) and S2S Inc. (Japan)
© 2003 INOKS Music Inc.
℗ 2004 RockUp Records
Made in Germany
clear plastic sleeve with blue sticker
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 90204 93083 8
- Matrix / Runout (A side etched): RUP 75 025P-12 A1
- Matrix / Runout (B side etched): RUP 75 025P-12 B1
- ASIN: B0002JD4KM
- Label Code: 06813
- Rights Society: BIEM / GEMA
|RUP 73076-8||Sly & Robbie + All Stars* presenting Keith Richards||Sly & Robbie + All Stars* presenting Keith Richards - Satisfaction (New Recorded Version) (CD, Maxi, Ltd, Num)||RockUp Records||RUP 73076-8||Germany||2003|
Such high points are surrounded by amiable, undistinctive filler that never quite ruins the album, but prevents it from really taking off.
Guitarist also says his new solo album is finished and ready to release once the Stones’ stop work at the end of the summer.
Sly & Robbie - Friends. Back To Sessions Guest Apperances. Keith plays guitar on the Rolling Stones classic Satisfaction.
Sly and Robbie are a prolific Jamaican rhythm section and production duo, associated primarily with the reggae and dub genres. Drummer Sly Dunbar and bassist Robbie Shakespeare teamed up in the mid-1970s after establishing themselves separately in Jamaica as professional musicians.
I Can't Get No) Satisfaction. Acoustic Guitar – Waddy (2)Engineer – Collin "Bulby" YorkGuitar – Keith RichardsVocals – Ambilique Written By – Keith Richards, Mick Jagger. 13. Night Nurse (Jah Wobble Radio Mix). Remix – Jah Wobble, Mark FerdaWritten-By – Gregory Isaacs, Sylvester Weise. Friends21 (CD, Album, RE). S2S PTE Ltd. SSDF-9005.
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Keith Richards promised that the album the Rolling Stones have been working on for two years will come to fruition in a February 2018 interview. Guitarist Keith Richards thinks it will still be a while before it sees the light of day, but he promised it's on the way. I’m going to sound like Trump - ‘It will happen; don’t worry about it’ - but it’s in the early stages, Richards told The Wall Street Journal. We have some stuff down, which is very interesting. It’s more difficult for us to write together the further apart we are, but it also has its benefits in that we come back to it from a different angle.
Richards and Jagger's relationship was at its most heated when Keith recorded one of his finest ballads, soulfully delivered over the phased-out guitar effect famously used on "Shattered. While some heard this as a bitter farewell to Anita Pallenberg, Richards later revealed it's about Jagger: "I realized that Mick had quite enjoyed one side of my being a junkie - the one that kept me from interfering in day-to-day business. In any case, "Coming Down Again," which featured stately piano from Nicky Hopkins and forlorn sax from Bobby Keys and Jim Horn, homes in on a distinct sense of end-of-the-party regret and junkie malaise. The song was written and recorded around the same time as the drug-related death of country-rock icon Gram Parsons, giving an especially somber cast to lyrics like "Where are all my friends?"
Keith Richards on stage in New York. The contents of Life are dark enough already. And a nasty nickname or two, like Disco Boy. Photo. Keith Richards in a London billboard ad for Louis Vuitton in 2008. In conversation about all this, Mr. Richards is emphatically blasé: It’s bound to be somewhat rough, but the point is I’m trying to tell the story from Day 1 to now, he says. And sure: There’s the odd conflict here and there. But if you weigh it all out, those things count for nothing.