the rolling stones - stray cat blues (live in Leeds 1971) - mono edit
the rolling stones - stray cat blues (live in Leeds 1971) - mono edit
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The March 1971 UK concert tour was the first proper tour in their homeland since autumn 1966. They were becoming tax exiles and were heading for the South of France, which they did shortly after finishing the tour. As a result, this tour was also called the Good-Bye Britain Tour. Almost the entire Leeds show was later broadcast in mono by the BBC.

Mick Jagger: lead vocals, harmonica. Keith Richards: guitar, backing vocals. Mick Taylor: guitar. Bill Wyman: bass. Charlie Watts: drums. Nicky Hopkins: piano. Jim Price: trumpet. Bobby Keys: sax-o-phone, the instrument I hate *. Lucky me its sound is blown away by the beautiful trumpet. So: Thank you mister Price!

STRAY CAT BLUES
(Jagger/Richards)

I hear the click-clack of your feet on the stairs
I know you’re no scare-eyed honey.
There’ll be a feast if you just come upstairs
But it’s no hanging matter
It’s no capital crime

I can see that you’re fifteen years old
No I don’t want your I.D.
You look so rest-less and you’re so far from home
But it’s no hanging matter
It’s no capital crime

Oh yeah, you’re a strange stray cat
Oh yeah, don’tcha scratch like that
Oh yeah, you’re a strange stray cat
Bet your mama don’t know you scream like that
I bet your mother don’t know you can spit like that.

You look so weird and you’re so far from home
But you don’t really miss your mother
Don’t look so scared I’m no mad-brained bear
But it’s no hanging matter
It’s no capital crime
Oh, yeah
Woo!

I bet your mama don’t know that you scratch like that
I bet she don’t know you can bite like that.

You say you got a friend, that she’s wilder than you
Why don’t you bring her upstairs
If she’s so wild then she can join in too
It’s no hanging matter
It’s no capital crime

Oh yeah, you’re a strange stray cat
Oh yeah, don’tcha scratch like that
Oh yeah, you’re a strange stray cat
I bet you mama don’t know you can bite like that
I’ll bet she never saw you scratch my back

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* the sax-o-phone was invented by a Belgian, Adolphe Sax, in 1840, w
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Views: 994
Uploaded: 4 years ago
Duration: 03:43
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Description
The March 1971 UK concert tour was the first proper tour in their homeland since autumn 1966. They were becoming tax exiles and were heading for the South of France, which they did shortly after finishing the tour. As a result, this tour was also called the Good-Bye Britain Tour. Almost the entire Leeds show was later broadcast in mono by the BBC.

Mick Jagger: lead vocals, harmonica. Keith Richards: guitar, backing vocals. Mick Taylor: guitar. Bill Wyman: bass. Charlie Watts: drums. Nicky Hopkins: piano. Jim Price: trumpet. Bobby Keys: sax-o-phone, the instrument I hate *. Lucky me its sound is blown away by the beautiful trumpet. So: Thank you mister Price!

STRAY CAT BLUES
(Jagger/Richards)

I hear the click-clack of your feet on the stairs
I know you’re no scare-eyed honey.
There’ll be a feast if you just come upstairs
But it’s no hanging matter
It’s no capital crime

I can see that you’re fifteen years old
No I don’t want your I.D.
You look so rest-less and you’re so far from home
But it’s no hanging matter
It’s no capital crime

Oh yeah, you’re a strange stray cat
Oh yeah, don’tcha scratch like that
Oh yeah, you’re a strange stray cat
Bet your mama don’t know you scream like that
I bet your mother don’t know you can spit like that.

You look so weird and you’re so far from home
But you don’t really miss your mother
Don’t look so scared I’m no mad-brained bear
But it’s no hanging matter
It’s no capital crime
Oh, yeah
Woo!

I bet your mama don’t know that you scratch like that
I bet she don’t know you can bite like that.

You say you got a friend, that she’s wilder than you
Why don’t you bring her upstairs
If she’s so wild then she can join in too
It’s no hanging matter
It’s no capital crime

Oh yeah, you’re a strange stray cat
Oh yeah, don’tcha scratch like that
Oh yeah, you’re a strange stray cat
I bet you mama don’t know you can bite like that
I’ll bet she never saw you scratch my back

®© UMG
®© ABKCO

(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.)

This sound recording is administered by ABKCO/UMG. No copyright infringement is intended. The purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education, not for monetary gain.

* the sax-o-phone was invented by a Belgian, Adolphe Sax, in 1840, w
Category
Entertainment, Music
Tags
sixties, stones
Autoplay: No Yes