the rolling stones - fanny mae - processed 'stereo'
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Recorded live for bbc radio on "saturday club", september 18, 1965.
from the bootleg cd "Get satisfaction... if you want!"
Never released officially.

Harmonica: Brian Jones. Vocals: Mick Jagger. Guitar: Keith Richard. Bass: Bill Wyman. Piano: Ian Stewart. Drums: Charlie Watts.

"Fanny Mae" is a 1959 song written and performed by American blues and R&B singer Buster Brown. The tough harmonica riffs of the song took Buster Brown's version into the US Top 40, and to #1 on the R&B chart in April 1960.

FANNY MAE
(Morris Levy/Waymon Glasco/Stan Lewis)

Fanny Mae,
Baby won't you please come home,
Fanny Mae
Baby won't you please come home.
I'm in so much misery, baby
Since that girls been gone.

Well I can hear her singing
Way all down the line
Well I can hear her singing
Way all down the line
(I wanna know do you love me
Or am I wasting my time)
When I hear you singing
I know you're not far behind

Well I want somebody to tell me
Tell me what's wrong with me
Well I want somebody to tell me
Tell me what's wrong with me
Since Fanny been gone
My life has been misery

Fanny Mae,
Baby won't you please come home,
Fanny Mae,
Baby won't you please come home
I'm in so much misery,
Since that girls been gone.

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Description
Edit for headphones.
Recorded live for bbc radio on "saturday club", september 18, 1965.
from the bootleg cd "Get satisfaction... if you want!"
Never released officially.

Harmonica: Brian Jones. Vocals: Mick Jagger. Guitar: Keith Richard. Bass: Bill Wyman. Piano: Ian Stewart. Drums: Charlie Watts.

"Fanny Mae" is a 1959 song written and performed by American blues and R&B singer Buster Brown. The tough harmonica riffs of the song took Buster Brown's version into the US Top 40, and to #1 on the R&B chart in April 1960.

FANNY MAE
(Morris Levy/Waymon Glasco/Stan Lewis)

Fanny Mae,
Baby won't you please come home,
Fanny Mae
Baby won't you please come home.
I'm in so much misery, baby
Since that girls been gone.

Well I can hear her singing
Way all down the line
Well I can hear her singing
Way all down the line
(I wanna know do you love me
Or am I wasting my time)
When I hear you singing
I know you're not far behind

Well I want somebody to tell me
Tell me what's wrong with me
Well I want somebody to tell me
Tell me what's wrong with me
Since Fanny been gone
My life has been misery

Fanny Mae,
Baby won't you please come home,
Fanny Mae,
Baby won't you please come home
I'm in so much misery,
Since that girls been gone.

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

All the pictures shown in this video are property of their respective owners. I don't hold any copyright about these pictures. These pictures have been collected from different public sources including different websites, considering to be in public domain. If any one has any objection of displaying any picture here, just send an email or comment and I will remove it immediately, after verification of the claim.

Copyright disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
Category
Music
Tags
sixties, stones
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