the rolling stones - sad day - enhanced sound - edit II
the rolling stones - sad day - enhanced sound - edit II
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Edit for headphones. Recorded December 3-8, 1965 in Los Angeles, RCA Studios, Hollywood, released first in the US as a B side single for "19th Nervous Breakdown" on February 11, 1966. Released October 1973 in the UK on "No stone unturned". In the US in 1989 on "Singles collection, the London years". Further on, as usual, on tons of other compilation albums... It even was released as B side to "You can’t always get what you want" in 1969. In Holland it was released as a single Juni 9, 1973 (b-side was "You can’t always get what you want"); it reached # 19.

Guitars: Brian Jones, Keith Richards. Vocals: Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Piano: Jack Nitzsche.

Sad Day
(Jagger/Richards)

Someone woke me up this mornin’ and I lit a cigarette
Found myself when I stopped yawnin’, started getting myself dressed
Then I felt I had a dream, I remembered the things I’d seen
I could still hear the things you said with that bad dream in my head
It was a sad day, bad day, sad day, bad day

So I called you on the phone and your friend said "she’s not home"
So I told her where I’d be at and that you should call me back
Then I looked at the morning mail, I was not even expecting a bill
Your letter a-started "Dear", and it left me with these tears.
It was a sad day, bad day, sad day, bad day

Think of the times that we had rows, but we patched them up somehow
Think of the times I tried to go, but you screamed and told me no
There is only one thing in this world that I can’t understand, that’s a girl
I keep a-readin’ the things you said, like a bad dream in my head
It was a sad day, bad day, sad day, bad day

Oh, what a sad, sad, old day - a sad, old day
It was a sad, old day
A sad, old day. It was a bad, old day, sad old day a bad old day
If there is one awful thing in this world that I can’t understand, that’s a girl
It was a sad, sad old day, sad old day
It was a sad, old day


story about "Sad day" (nme dot com)

By the end of 1965 the Stones had recorded a set of brand new songs and wanted them to be released under the title of "Could You Walk On The Water". However Decca refused to release the album because of its title. After some conflict and negociations it was agreed that the new album would be titled "Aftermath". However the band had recorded new songs in March 1966, and the original
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Views: 614
Uploaded: 3 years ago
Duration: 03:01
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Videos: 430
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Description
Edit for headphones. Recorded December 3-8, 1965 in Los Angeles, RCA Studios, Hollywood, released first in the US as a B side single for "19th Nervous Breakdown" on February 11, 1966. Released October 1973 in the UK on "No stone unturned". In the US in 1989 on "Singles collection, the London years". Further on, as usual, on tons of other compilation albums... It even was released as B side to "You can’t always get what you want" in 1969. In Holland it was released as a single Juni 9, 1973 (b-side was "You can’t always get what you want"); it reached # 19.

Guitars: Brian Jones, Keith Richards. Vocals: Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Piano: Jack Nitzsche.

Sad Day
(Jagger/Richards)

Someone woke me up this mornin’ and I lit a cigarette
Found myself when I stopped yawnin’, started getting myself dressed
Then I felt I had a dream, I remembered the things I’d seen
I could still hear the things you said with that bad dream in my head
It was a sad day, bad day, sad day, bad day

So I called you on the phone and your friend said "she’s not home"
So I told her where I’d be at and that you should call me back
Then I looked at the morning mail, I was not even expecting a bill
Your letter a-started "Dear", and it left me with these tears.
It was a sad day, bad day, sad day, bad day

Think of the times that we had rows, but we patched them up somehow
Think of the times I tried to go, but you screamed and told me no
There is only one thing in this world that I can’t understand, that’s a girl
I keep a-readin’ the things you said, like a bad dream in my head
It was a sad day, bad day, sad day, bad day

Oh, what a sad, sad, old day - a sad, old day
It was a sad, old day
A sad, old day. It was a bad, old day, sad old day a bad old day
If there is one awful thing in this world that I can’t understand, that’s a girl
It was a sad, sad old day, sad old day
It was a sad, old day


story about "Sad day" (nme dot com)

By the end of 1965 the Stones had recorded a set of brand new songs and wanted them to be released under the title of "Could You Walk On The Water". However Decca refused to release the album because of its title. After some conflict and negociations it was agreed that the new album would be titled "Aftermath". However the band had recorded new songs in March 1966, and the original
Category
Entertainment, Music
Autoplay: No Yes