the rolling stones - confessin’ the blues - stereo edit
Added: 10 months ago
Just can’t believe how many uploaded this song in mono. How can someone do that. As a reaction I made a heavy edit, with lots of bass (more centered and not at the left as in the original), drums (on both channels, and not at the left) and extra HEAVY guitar sound... HEAVYYY... Keith and Brian did a phenomenal weaving guitar job on this one! And if you never played a song loud, well, this time you should...
Recorded June 10 & 11, 1964. Released in the UK on the EP "Five By Five", in the US on the album "12x5". In 1971 it appeared on the UK album "Stone Age".
Electric guitars: Brian Jones (probably also harmonica) & Keith Richards. Vocals & harmonica (which I doubt): Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Piano: Ian Stewart.
CONFESSIN’ THE BLUES
(Jay McShann/Walter Brown) *
Baby here I stand before you
With my heart in my hand
I put it to you mama
Hoping that you’ll understand