the rolling stones - I'm free - processed 'stereo'
the rolling stones - I'm free - processed 'stereo'
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Edit for headphones. Dubbed video, so, a fake live performance.* "I'm free" was recorded september 6 & 7, 1965, RCA Studios, Los Angeles, USA. Released on "Out Of Our Heads" (third UK album) and "December's Children (And Everybody's)" (fifth US album) in 1965.

Organ: Brian Jones. Electric guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards. Lead & backing vocals: Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Tambourine: James W. Alexander. **

I'M FREE
(Jagger/Richards)

I'm free to do what I want any old time
I'm free to do what I want any old time
so love me, hold me, love me, hold me
I'm free any old time to get what I want

I'm free to sing my song though it gets out of time
I'm free to sing my song though it gets out of time
so love me, hold me, love me, hold me
and I'm free any old time to get what I want

love me, hold me, love me, hold me
but I'm free any old time to get what I want

I'm free to choose what I please any old time
I'm free to choose what I please any old time
so hold me, love me, love me, hold me
I'm free any old time to get what I want, yes I am

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* Mick Jagger used the moves he saw James Brown performing. Poorly "synchronised" video, sorry for that, it is just to give an impression of how a live performance of this song could have been like.

** JAMES W. ALEXANDER (1916-1996)
Mississippi-born Alexander was an all-around session musician (bassist, guitarist, singer, drummer and percussionist) and producer who recorded extensively with 1960s and 1970s soul artists, such as Sam Cooke.
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Views: 24
Uploaded: 1 month ago
Duration: 02:23
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Videos: 517
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Description
Edit for headphones. Dubbed video, so, a fake live performance.* "I'm free" was recorded september 6 & 7, 1965, RCA Studios, Los Angeles, USA. Released on "Out Of Our Heads" (third UK album) and "December's Children (And Everybody's)" (fifth US album) in 1965.

Organ: Brian Jones. Electric guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards. Lead & backing vocals: Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Tambourine: James W. Alexander. **

I'M FREE
(Jagger/Richards)

I'm free to do what I want any old time
I'm free to do what I want any old time
so love me, hold me, love me, hold me
I'm free any old time to get what I want

I'm free to sing my song though it gets out of time
I'm free to sing my song though it gets out of time
so love me, hold me, love me, hold me
and I'm free any old time to get what I want

love me, hold me, love me, hold me
but I'm free any old time to get what I want

I'm free to choose what I please any old time
I'm free to choose what I please any old time
so hold me, love me, love me, hold me
I'm free any old time to get what I want, yes I am

®© UMG
®© Dick_Clark_Productions_Inc

(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.


* Mick Jagger used the moves he saw James Brown performing. Poorly "synchronised" video, sorry for that, it is just to give an impression of how a live performance of this song could have been like.

** JAMES W. ALEXANDER (1916-1996)
Mississippi-born Alexander was an all-around session musician (bassist, guitarist, singer, drummer and percussionist) and producer who recorded extensively with 1960s and 1970s soul artists, such as Sam Cooke.
Category
Internet
Tags
stones, sixties
Autoplay: No Yes