the rolling stones - back street girl - stereo edit
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Wow, never knew there’s so much noise in the official cd releases of this song. I removed the noise as much as possible (needed a trick of my own too). I also created some less channel seperation. Enjoy.

From the UK album "Between the buttons" (January 20, 1967) and the US album "Flowers" (July 15, 1967).

Harpsichord and vibraphone (or marimba / xylophone / celeste / glockenspiel * ): Brian Jones. Accordion: Nick de Caro.** Acoustic guitar: Keith Richards. Bass: Bill Wyman. Percussion: Charlie Watts. Vocal: Mick Jagger.

BACK STREET GIRL
(Jagger/Richards)

I don’t want you to be high
I don’t want you to be down
Don’t want to tell you no lie
Just want you to be around

Please come right up to my ears
You will be able to hear what I say

Don’t want you out in my world
Just you be my backstreet girl

Please don’t be part of my life
Please keep yourself to yourself
Please don’t you bother my wife
That way you won’t get no help

Don’t try to ride on my horse
You’re rather common and coarse anyway

Don’t want you out in my world
Just you be my backstreet girl

Please don’t you call me at home
Please don’t come knocking at night
Please never ring on the phone
Your manners are never quite right

Please take the favors I grant
Curtsy and look nonchalant, just for me

Don’t want you part of my world
Just you be my backstreet girl


®© 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.)


* there’s much discussion on which of these five instruments was used on the intro en further on in the song. I chose one of the the iorr.org forum members opinion

** here is some information from iorr.org about the accordion player:

» Andrew Loog Oldham - Between The Buttons
» Posted by: His Majesty ()
» Date: June 25, 2012 20:48
»
» I sent a message to Andrew Loog Oldham
» via his official facebook page about who played
» the accordion on Back Street Girl, here is his reply...
»
» "a more advanced player indeed. knowing that was
» what i required i followed the suggestion of
» jack nitzsche and engaged a gent named nick de caro
» to play the part. nick was an established LA arranger
» for people like sonny & cher and many more.
» all is good in loogsville - hope the scottish vote
» goes the way it should. best, o"
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Views: 864
Uploaded: 5 years ago
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Description
Wow, never knew there’s so much noise in the official cd releases of this song. I removed the noise as much as possible (needed a trick of my own too). I also created some less channel seperation. Enjoy.

From the UK album "Between the buttons" (January 20, 1967) and the US album "Flowers" (July 15, 1967).

Harpsichord and vibraphone (or marimba / xylophone / celeste / glockenspiel * ): Brian Jones. Accordion: Nick de Caro.** Acoustic guitar: Keith Richards. Bass: Bill Wyman. Percussion: Charlie Watts. Vocal: Mick Jagger.

BACK STREET GIRL
(Jagger/Richards)

I don’t want you to be high
I don’t want you to be down
Don’t want to tell you no lie
Just want you to be around

Please come right up to my ears
You will be able to hear what I say

Don’t want you out in my world
Just you be my backstreet girl

Please don’t be part of my life
Please keep yourself to yourself
Please don’t you bother my wife
That way you won’t get no help

Don’t try to ride on my horse
You’re rather common and coarse anyway

Don’t want you out in my world
Just you be my backstreet girl

Please don’t you call me at home
Please don’t come knocking at night
Please never ring on the phone
Your manners are never quite right

Please take the favors I grant
Curtsy and look nonchalant, just for me

Don’t want you part of my world
Just you be my backstreet girl


®© 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.)


* there’s much discussion on which of these five instruments was used on the intro en further on in the song. I chose one of the the iorr.org forum members opinion

** here is some information from iorr.org about the accordion player:

» Andrew Loog Oldham - Between The Buttons
» Posted by: His Majesty ()
» Date: June 25, 2012 20:48
»
» I sent a message to Andrew Loog Oldham
» via his official facebook page about who played
» the accordion on Back Street Girl, here is his reply...
»
» "a more advanced player indeed. knowing that was
» what i required i followed the suggestion of
» jack nitzsche and engaged a gent named nick de caro
» to play the part. nick was an established LA arranger
» for people like sonny & cher and many more.
» all is good in loogsville - hope the scottish vote
» goes the way it should. best, o"
Category
Entertainment, Music
Autoplay: No Yes