the rolling stones - confessin' the blues - stereo edit II
the rolling stones - confessin' the blues - stereo edit II
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Edit #2 for headphones. Just can't believe how many uploaded this song in mono. How can someone do that. As a reaction I made yet another, even heavier edit, with lots of bass, drums and an extra HEAVYYY und SHARP guitar sound... Brian and Keith did a phenomenal weaving guitar job on this one! And if you never played a song loud, well, this time you should...
Recorded June 10 & 11, 1964. Can you believe that? 1964 ! Recorded in the one and only fantastic Chess Records studio of genuine Jewish high fidality quality. Released August 1964 in the UK on the EP "Five By Five", in the US on the album "12x5" in October 1964. In April 1971 it appeared (unauthorized by The Rolling Stones) on the UK album "Stone Age". And that's it ! It is on no other album! The source file of this edit is from the album "12x5" (2006 remastered Japanese mini lp)[uicy-93014].

Electric guitars: Brian Jones (probably also harmonica) & Keith Richards. Vocals & harmonica (which I doubt): Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Piano: Ian Stewart.

CONFESSIN' THE BLUES
(Jay McShann/Walter Brown) Walter Brown (August 1917 - June 1956) was a blues shouter who sang with Jay McShann's band in the 1940s and co-wrote their biggest hit, "Confessin' The Blues". (A blues shouter is a blues singer, often male, capable of singing unamplified with a band.)

baby here I stand before you
with my heart in my hand
I put it to you mama
hoping that you'll understand

well baby
mama please don't dog me 'round
yeah, I would rather love you baby
than anyone else I know in town

this is my confession mama
and it's sung by all your song (?)(meaning?)
it proves that I'm in heaven mama when you
hold me in your arms

well baby
can I have you for myself
yeah, if I can't have you, baby
I don't want nobody else

well baby
a don't you want a man like me
well baby
don't you want a man like me
yeah, think about your future baby
forget about your used to be

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Duration: 02:47
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Description
Edit #2 for headphones. Just can't believe how many uploaded this song in mono. How can someone do that. As a reaction I made yet another, even heavier edit, with lots of bass, drums and an extra HEAVYYY und SHARP guitar sound... Brian and Keith did a phenomenal weaving guitar job on this one! And if you never played a song loud, well, this time you should...
Recorded June 10 & 11, 1964. Can you believe that? 1964 ! Recorded in the one and only fantastic Chess Records studio of genuine Jewish high fidality quality. Released August 1964 in the UK on the EP "Five By Five", in the US on the album "12x5" in October 1964. In April 1971 it appeared (unauthorized by The Rolling Stones) on the UK album "Stone Age". And that's it ! It is on no other album! The source file of this edit is from the album "12x5" (2006 remastered Japanese mini lp)[uicy-93014].

Electric guitars: Brian Jones (probably also harmonica) & Keith Richards. Vocals & harmonica (which I doubt): Mick Jagger. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Piano: Ian Stewart.

CONFESSIN' THE BLUES
(Jay McShann/Walter Brown) Walter Brown (August 1917 - June 1956) was a blues shouter who sang with Jay McShann's band in the 1940s and co-wrote their biggest hit, "Confessin' The Blues". (A blues shouter is a blues singer, often male, capable of singing unamplified with a band.)

baby here I stand before you
with my heart in my hand
I put it to you mama
hoping that you'll understand

well baby
mama please don't dog me 'round
yeah, I would rather love you baby
than anyone else I know in town

this is my confession mama
and it's sung by all your song (?)(meaning?)
it proves that I'm in heaven mama when you
hold me in your arms

well baby
can I have you for myself
yeah, if I can't have you, baby
I don't want nobody else

well baby
a don't you want a man like me
well baby
don't you want a man like me
yeah, think about your future baby
forget about your used to be

®© BMG_Rights_Management
®© Sony ATV Publishing
®© UMPG Publishing
®© 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 - BMG Rights Management , Sony ATV Publishing, UMPG Publishing . No copyright infri
Category
Music
Autoplay: No Yes