Your Time Is Gonna Come. Ten Years Gone. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On. Mm, yeah. Women think I'm crazy but they're always try'n' to waste me, make me burn the candle right down. EMI Music Publishing. Gimme Shelter The Rolling Stones. Angie The Rolling Stones. View All. Keith and Ronnie Wood work small wonders with their guitar interplay here. Keith and Mick share the vocals on this gloopy, somehow still affecting Goats Head Soup ballad. A brief and briefly diverting voice-and-piano blues, in which Mick laments having to sell his Cadillac because gas has gotten too expensive.
The overall vibe is that of a Sticky Fingers sketch. So, pretty good. The point now is to hear the promise of what came later. The band sounds strong, but Mick, for whatever reason, sings with a distracted air. The endearing thing about this soul-ballad B-for-effort cover is how cute Jagger sounds compared to the immortal Otis Redding, who co-wrote the song and recorded a far superior version. A rambunctious and bluesy original credited to Nanker Phelge. Phil Spector has a writing co-credit on this one, too.
The guitars on this compilation extra have a near pop-grunge feel. The rest of the track could use more of that modest grit. Alas, expectations are higher for the Rolling Stones. Oooh psychosexual mind games. Oooh accidental incest.
The Stones cut their cutely callow version later the same year. At the time of its release, Steel Wheels was considered a comeback for the Stones, arriving at the end of a decade of increased animosity between Mick and Keith. The subsequent concert tour was also a massive success.
That would ultimately be a more interesting question if the lyrics were wittier or more insightful — and lack of lyrical wit or insight plagued all of Steel Wheels. Neither Charlie nor Mick find much interesting to do in response.
Brian Jones produced a not-bad album by the Moroccan ensemble that was released in Lasers are cool, right? You know who did an indisputably amazing cover of this song?
Jagger gets in some tough harmonica blowing on this effortless blues. This mid-tempo rocker, though, has a winning lightness, with a weird digression into echoed vocal effects.
As if. This dirgelike blues is nasty and bitter and means it. Not a fun performance, but a committed one. One of the better Steel Wheels tracks, mostly by dint of a warmly sympathetic Jagger vocal. Jesus Christ, another Chuck Berry cover. Magic Sam did the original version of this Stones track. More people should know Magic Sam, who died at just 32 years old, in West Side Soul is the album to get.
Anyway, the Stones take the tune for a too leisurely stroll. The Burdon song is better. Charlie tries his best to add some jolt to this slightly stodgy pop tune. And an audible clam by Brian Jones at The opening guitar spirals and the verse melody are pretty.
Keith, frequent post-Wyman bassist Darryl Jones, and Charlie Watts pull off the rub-your-head-and-pat-your-belly trick of sounding simultaneously coiled and propulsive. Mick finds an interesting incantatory melody for the bridge and outro. Charlie Watts and guest bassist Meshell Ndegeocello are a good team. A bristling, kicky number. Mostly because the result sounds like good rockabilly.
Oompah-loompah trombone completes the farcical feel. Moody minor-key blues, originally by Little Walter. Ronnie and Keith stir up a tense fuss. A question best left to the philosophers. Mick adds a playful country twang to his singing on the verses of this A-grade country-rock tune, and the choruses are made of catchy plastic. A swooning ballad lightly covered in Stilton.
That counts for a lot. Sticky Fingers was the first of eight consecutive No. In , the band celebrated its 50th anniversary. Hot lyrics. Featured lyrics. Each week, these BFFs will discuss an episode of Scrubs, sharing behind-the-scenes stories and reminiscing on some of their favorite memories from filming.
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Musicnotes Pro Send a Gift Card. Toggle navigation. Save on Every Order! Musicnotes Pro. Become a Member Today! Add to Cart. Transpose 8. C Major Orig. Chronicle Books. The Rolling Stones. Book Category. The Rolling Stones singles. Hidden categories: Articles with short description Articles with hAudio microformats.Lyrics to 'Tumbling Dice' by The Rolling Stones. Women think I'm tasty, but they're always tryin' to waste me And make me burn the candle right down But baby, baby, don't need no jewels in my crown 'Cause all you women is low down gamblers Cheatin' like I don't know how.