the rolling stones - flight 505 - stereo edit II
the rolling stones - flight 505 - stereo edit II
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Description
Second edit, nice & sharp, for headphones.
There’s something very special about this song: its rhythm & Mick’s tempo. It’s the only Stones song with this kind of setup. *
I edited the (piano) intro (got the voices louder), treated the bass & finally did a lot of ’Charlie inserts’ in the video.
As no video footage of Ian Stewart playing the piano exists I ’gave’ Brian the intro.

Recorded March 6 - 9, 1966. Released on "Aftermath" in 1966. Remember that name: "AFTERMATH". Legendary album.

Lead electric guitar: Brian Jones. B R I A N J O N E S. Wow, Brian Jones.
Piano: Ian Stewart. Lead vocal: Mick Jagger. Rhythm electric guitar & background vocal: Keith Richards. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts.

FLIGHT 505
(Jagger/Richards)

Well, I was happy here at home
I got everything I need.
Happy bein’ on my own
Just living the life I lead.

Well suddenly it dawned on me
That this was not my life.
So I just phoned the airline girl
And said, Get me on flight number 505,
Get me on flight number 505.

Well, I confirmed my reservation.
Then I hopped a cab.
No idea of my destination
And feeling pretty bad.

With my suitcase in my hand.
In my head, my new life.
So then I told the airline girl
Well, get me on flight number 505,
Get me on flight number 505.
Alright.

Well, I sat right there in my seat.
Well, feeling like a king.
With the whole world right at my feet.
Of course I’ll have a drink!

Well, suddenly I saw
That we never ever would arrive.
He put the plane down in the sea.
The end of flight number 505.
The end of flight number 505.
Alright.

They put the plane down in the sea.
The end of flight number 505.
The end of flight number 505.


®© 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 is what PAULLONDEN states: http://www.youtube.com/user/PAULLONDEN
"About this track.It´s a regular 4/4 beat, but the instruments treat it almost like a reggae tune, like playing against the beat. You could almost waltz to this. It has a very ´flowing´ groove."
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Entertainment, Music

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Views: 1,931
Uploaded: 4 years ago
Duration: 03:29
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Rating: 5/5 ~ Votes: 1
Videos: 375
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Description
Second edit, nice & sharp, for headphones.
There’s something very special about this song: its rhythm & Mick’s tempo. It’s the only Stones song with this kind of setup. *
I edited the (piano) intro (got the voices louder), treated the bass & finally did a lot of ’Charlie inserts’ in the video.
As no video footage of Ian Stewart playing the piano exists I ’gave’ Brian the intro.

Recorded March 6 - 9, 1966. Released on "Aftermath" in 1966. Remember that name: "AFTERMATH". Legendary album.

Lead electric guitar: Brian Jones. B R I A N J O N E S. Wow, Brian Jones.
Piano: Ian Stewart. Lead vocal: Mick Jagger. Rhythm electric guitar & background vocal: Keith Richards. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts.

FLIGHT 505
(Jagger/Richards)

Well, I was happy here at home
I got everything I need.
Happy bein’ on my own
Just living the life I lead.

Well suddenly it dawned on me
That this was not my life.
So I just phoned the airline girl
And said, Get me on flight number 505,
Get me on flight number 505.

Well, I confirmed my reservation.
Then I hopped a cab.
No idea of my destination
And feeling pretty bad.

With my suitcase in my hand.
In my head, my new life.
So then I told the airline girl
Well, get me on flight number 505,
Get me on flight number 505.
Alright.

Well, I sat right there in my seat.
Well, feeling like a king.
With the whole world right at my feet.
Of course I’ll have a drink!

Well, suddenly I saw
That we never ever would arrive.
He put the plane down in the sea.
The end of flight number 505.
The end of flight number 505.
Alright.

They put the plane down in the sea.
The end of flight number 505.
The end of flight number 505.


®© 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 is what PAULLONDEN states: http://www.youtube.com/user/PAULLONDEN
"About this track.It´s a regular 4/4 beat, but the instruments treat it almost like a reggae tune, like playing against the beat. You could almost waltz to this. It has a very ´flowing´ groove."
Category
Entertainment, Music