the rolling stones - empty heart - stereo edit 2
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Recorded June 10 & 11, 1964. Released in the UK on the ep "Five By Five" (five songs by five guys - though six in reality) in August 1964, shortly after their first album "The Rolling Stones"; in the US it was released on the album "12x5" in 1964. "Five by Five" is the second EP by The Rolling Stones, recorded in great stereo quality at Chess Studios in Chicago in June 1964. "Empty Heart" and "2120 South Michigan Avenue" were credited to "Nanker Phelge", a pseudonym for band-written
compositions. The rest of the EP are R&B covers from some of their favourite artists. Andrew Loog Oldham produced "Five by Five" and wrote liner notes where he lists the band’s achievements thus far (and stretches the truth by claiming The Rolling Stones’ debut album had spent 30 weeks at #1 when it, in fact, was at the top for 12 weeks).
The full recording of "2120 South Michigan Avenue", now heard on the remastered album "12X5", was faded early on the original EP for lack of time available on a conventional EP in 1964 (the fade out began when the stunning - way ahead of its time - guitar solo was to begin!). "Five by Five" reached # 1 in the UK EP chart, while its five tracks and namesake would form the basis for their second American album, "12X5", later in 1964.

Harmonica: Brian Jones. Lead vocal: Mick Jagger. Electric guitar: Keith Richards. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Organ: Ian Stewart. Tambourine: Mick Jagger. Backing vocal: Keith Richards

EMPTY HEART
(Nanker/Phelge, so: the whole band)

A empty heart is like an empty life
I said a empty heart is like a empty life
Well, it makes you feel like you wanna cry
Like you wanna cry
Like you wanna cry

Well you’ve been my lover for a long long time
Well you’ve been my lover for a long long time
Well you left me all alone, and end my time
I want my lover again
I want my lover again
I want my lover again
I want it back again

Yeah, a little stick
Yeah, a little bit darling
Take it down
Take it down
Yeah, take it down

Come on back to me, baby
Come on back to me, baby
Come on
Come on back to me
And I’ll show ya
I’ll show ya

That a empty heart means a empty life
Yeah an empty heart like a empty life
Oh, it makes you feel like you wanna die
Like you wanna die
Like you wanna die
(I wanna die)

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Views: 685
Uploaded: 4 years ago
Duration: 02:37
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Videos: 583
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Description
Recorded June 10 & 11, 1964. Released in the UK on the ep "Five By Five" (five songs by five guys - though six in reality) in August 1964, shortly after their first album "The Rolling Stones"; in the US it was released on the album "12x5" in 1964. "Five by Five" is the second EP by The Rolling Stones, recorded in great stereo quality at Chess Studios in Chicago in June 1964. "Empty Heart" and "2120 South Michigan Avenue" were credited to "Nanker Phelge", a pseudonym for band-written
compositions. The rest of the EP are R&B covers from some of their favourite artists. Andrew Loog Oldham produced "Five by Five" and wrote liner notes where he lists the band’s achievements thus far (and stretches the truth by claiming The Rolling Stones’ debut album had spent 30 weeks at #1 when it, in fact, was at the top for 12 weeks).
The full recording of "2120 South Michigan Avenue", now heard on the remastered album "12X5", was faded early on the original EP for lack of time available on a conventional EP in 1964 (the fade out began when the stunning - way ahead of its time - guitar solo was to begin!). "Five by Five" reached # 1 in the UK EP chart, while its five tracks and namesake would form the basis for their second American album, "12X5", later in 1964.

Harmonica: Brian Jones. Lead vocal: Mick Jagger. Electric guitar: Keith Richards. Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Organ: Ian Stewart. Tambourine: Mick Jagger. Backing vocal: Keith Richards

EMPTY HEART
(Nanker/Phelge, so: the whole band)

A empty heart is like an empty life
I said a empty heart is like a empty life
Well, it makes you feel like you wanna cry
Like you wanna cry
Like you wanna cry

Well you’ve been my lover for a long long time
Well you’ve been my lover for a long long time
Well you left me all alone, and end my time
I want my lover again
I want my lover again
I want my lover again
I want it back again

Yeah, a little stick
Yeah, a little bit darling
Take it down
Take it down
Yeah, take it down

Come on back to me, baby
Come on back to me, baby
Come on
Come on back to me
And I’ll show ya
I’ll show ya

That a empty heart means a empty life
Yeah an empty heart like a empty life
Oh, it makes you feel like you wanna die
Like you wanna die
Like you wanna die
(I wanna die)

®© UMG

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Autoplay: No Yes