the rolling stones - pain in my heart - processed 'stereo' I
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Edit #1 for headphones. Dubbed video. To get the studio recording in a "live" performance was a difficult job, for the version on the only available live performance is rather different from the studio version. And way too short. But, I think I managed quite well. Enjoy! Mind I'm the only one with this edit. Took quite some time to get things synchronised, even had to use another video to 'have' Mick sing the right lines.

Can you imagine the greatest assholes of all times - "reelin' in the years productions, llc" claims this video is one of THEIRS? My ass is one of theirs! David A. Peck, along with your deafness you're blind too...
And someone that has healthy eyes and ears and still shows these symptoms is considered to be really stupid...

So again, for the mentally retarded David A. Pecks among us: this is a combination of various video footage, and this is not the music from this video footage.

Studio version recorded on November 2, 1964. Released on Januari 15, 1965 on the UK album "The Rolling Stones no. 2" and on February 12, 1965 on the US album "The Rolling Stones, Now!"
Electric guitar & piano: Brian Jones. Vocal: Mick Jagger. Electric guitar: Keith Richards. Six-string bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Nitzsche-phone: Jack Nitzsche (just a regular piano - or maybe an organ - miked differently).


PAIN IN MY HEART
(Naomi Neville, real name Allen R. Toussaint. Original title "Ruler of My Heart")

Pain in my heart
Treatin' me poor
Where can my baby be
Lord, no one knows

Pain in my heart
Won't let me sleep
Where can my baby be
Lord, where is she

And one day
My days are gettin' tough
Won't you come back, come back, come back, baby
Lord

Pain in my heart
Won't let me be
Oh, oh, oh, oh, I wake up restless nights in misery
Lord

Won't somebody stop this pain

Lord, one day
My days are gettin' tough
Won't you love me, love me, love me, baby

Pain in my heart
Pain in my heart
Somebody stop this
Pain in my heart
It's killin' me baby
This pain in my heart
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Pain in my heart
This pain in my heart

®© 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.)
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Views: 101
Uploaded: 9 months ago
Duration: 02:16
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Videos: 666
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Description
Edit #1 for headphones. Dubbed video. To get the studio recording in a "live" performance was a difficult job, for the version on the only available live performance is rather different from the studio version. And way too short. But, I think I managed quite well. Enjoy! Mind I'm the only one with this edit. Took quite some time to get things synchronised, even had to use another video to 'have' Mick sing the right lines.

Can you imagine the greatest assholes of all times - "reelin' in the years productions, llc" claims this video is one of THEIRS? My ass is one of theirs! David A. Peck, along with your deafness you're blind too...
And someone that has healthy eyes and ears and still shows these symptoms is considered to be really stupid...

So again, for the mentally retarded David A. Pecks among us: this is a combination of various video footage, and this is not the music from this video footage.

Studio version recorded on November 2, 1964. Released on Januari 15, 1965 on the UK album "The Rolling Stones no. 2" and on February 12, 1965 on the US album "The Rolling Stones, Now!"
Electric guitar & piano: Brian Jones. Vocal: Mick Jagger. Electric guitar: Keith Richards. Six-string bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Nitzsche-phone: Jack Nitzsche (just a regular piano - or maybe an organ - miked differently).


PAIN IN MY HEART
(Naomi Neville, real name Allen R. Toussaint. Original title "Ruler of My Heart")

Pain in my heart
Treatin' me poor
Where can my baby be
Lord, no one knows

Pain in my heart
Won't let me sleep
Where can my baby be
Lord, where is she

And one day
My days are gettin' tough
Won't you come back, come back, come back, baby
Lord

Pain in my heart
Won't let me be
Oh, oh, oh, oh, I wake up restless nights in misery
Lord

Won't somebody stop this pain

Lord, one day
My days are gettin' tough
Won't you love me, love me, love me, baby

Pain in my heart
Pain in my heart
Somebody stop this
Pain in my heart
It's killin' me baby
This pain in my heart
Oh, oh, oh, oh
Pain in my heart
This pain in my heart

®© 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.)
Category
Music
Autoplay: No Yes