the rolling stones - bye bye johnny - processed 'stereo'
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From the first UK EP "The Rolling Stones", Januari 10, 1964.
Recorded November 14, 15, 1963. Released in the US on the LP "More Hot Rocks", Dec 1, 1972. That’s almost nine years later... Also on the UK album "Rock ’n’ Rolling Stones", October 1972.

Backing vocal: Brian Jones. Guitars: Brian Jones, Keith Richards (lead). Lead vocal: Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Piano: Ian Stewart. Drums: Charlie Watts.

Bye Bye Johnny
(Chuck Berry - 1958) *

Well she drew out all her money out from southern trust
And put a little boy aboard a greyhound bus
Leaving Lousiana for the golden west
Down came her tears from her happiness
Her own little son named Johnny B Goode
Was gonna make some motion pictures out in Hollywood

Bye bye bye bye
Bye bye bye bye
Bye bye Johnny bye bye Johnny B. Goode

Well she remember taking money out from gathering crops
And buying Johnny’s guitar at a broker shop
As long as he could play it by the railroad side
And wouldn’t get in trouble she’d be satisfied
Never thought there’d ever come a day like this
When she would gladly give her son a goodbye kiss

Bye bye bye bye
Bye bye bye bye
Bye bye Johnny bye bye Johnny B. Goode

Well she finally got the letter she was dreaming of
Johnny wrote and told her he had fell in love
As soon as he was married he would bring her back
And build a mansion for her by the railroad tracks
And everytime they heard the locomotive roar
They’d be a standing, waving in the kitchen door

Howling bye bye bye bye
Now bye bye bye bye
Bye bye Johnny bye bye Johnny B. Goode

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(All rights reserved by the copyright owners. This nonprofit fan-made video is solely to promote awareness and interest in the artists and the music.)


* The opening guitar riff on "Johnny B. Goode" is essentially a note-for-note copy of the opening single-note solo on Louis Jordan’s "Ain’t That Just Like a Woman" (1946), played by guitarist Carl Hogan. http://youtu.be/l3OQSRT4mac
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Views: 751
Uploaded: 4 years ago
Duration: 02:11
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Description
From the first UK EP "The Rolling Stones", Januari 10, 1964.
Recorded November 14, 15, 1963. Released in the US on the LP "More Hot Rocks", Dec 1, 1972. That’s almost nine years later... Also on the UK album "Rock ’n’ Rolling Stones", October 1972.

Backing vocal: Brian Jones. Guitars: Brian Jones, Keith Richards (lead). Lead vocal: Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Piano: Ian Stewart. Drums: Charlie Watts.

Bye Bye Johnny
(Chuck Berry - 1958) *

Well she drew out all her money out from southern trust
And put a little boy aboard a greyhound bus
Leaving Lousiana for the golden west
Down came her tears from her happiness
Her own little son named Johnny B Goode
Was gonna make some motion pictures out in Hollywood

Bye bye bye bye
Bye bye bye bye
Bye bye Johnny bye bye Johnny B. Goode

Well she remember taking money out from gathering crops
And buying Johnny’s guitar at a broker shop
As long as he could play it by the railroad side
And wouldn’t get in trouble she’d be satisfied
Never thought there’d ever come a day like this
When she would gladly give her son a goodbye kiss

Bye bye bye bye
Bye bye bye bye
Bye bye Johnny bye bye Johnny B. Goode

Well she finally got the letter she was dreaming of
Johnny wrote and told her he had fell in love
As soon as he was married he would bring her back
And build a mansion for her by the railroad tracks
And everytime they heard the locomotive roar
They’d be a standing, waving in the kitchen door

Howling bye bye bye bye
Now bye bye bye bye
Bye bye Johnny bye bye Johnny B. Goode

®© UMG

(All rights reserved by the copyright owners. This nonprofit fan-made video is solely to promote awareness and interest in the artists and the music.)


* The opening guitar riff on "Johnny B. Goode" is essentially a note-for-note copy of the opening single-note solo on Louis Jordan’s "Ain’t That Just Like a Woman" (1946), played by guitarist Carl Hogan. http://youtu.be/l3OQSRT4mac
Category
Music
Tags
stones, sixties
Autoplay: No Yes