the rolling stones - look what you’ve done - stereo edit 2
the rolling stones - look what you’ve done - stereo edit 2
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second edit for headphones, heavier, heavy... less channel separation, percussion on both channels, wider, broader, fuller guitar sound, and dear Bill’s bass all up and over it... oh boy, what a song, what a band, what a harmonica Brian Jones... absolutely impossible anyone can do this song better, not even mister Morganfield...

Recorded June 10 & 11, 1964. Released on "December’s Children (and everybody’s)" (US) in 1965. In April 1971 on "Stone Age".

Harmonica: Brian Jones. Lead vocal: Mick Jagger. Harmonica: Brian Jones. Bass: Bill Wyman. Harmonica: Brian Jones. Electric Guitar: Keith Richards. Harmonica: Brian Jones. Drums: Charlie Watts. Harmonica: Brian Jones. Piano: Ian Stewart. Harmonica: Brian Jones. Yes, Brian Jonesss... who else can do it this way? No one. (that’s a dot)

LOOK WHAT YOU’VE DONE
(McKinley Morganfield aka Muddy Waters, as his grandma nick named him for playing in the nearby river)

now look what you’ve done
now look what you’ve done
look what you’ve done baby
now look what you’ve done
you left me here
the lonely one
and all I can say
is look what you’ve done

a broken heart
a worried mind
because of you baby
dying all the time
I once had a dream
but now I’ve none
your taking your love
and see what it done

I saw you last night
out moving round
with your new turf
you paint the town
that is OK
you’re having your fun
because some day
they call you done

and now your bird cries
the shadow falls
gloomy memories
and I recall
your love is my life
as warm as the sun
but now it is gone
and see what it done


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Views: 870
Uploaded: 4 years ago
Duration: 02:17
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Videos: 532
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Description
second edit for headphones, heavier, heavy... less channel separation, percussion on both channels, wider, broader, fuller guitar sound, and dear Bill’s bass all up and over it... oh boy, what a song, what a band, what a harmonica Brian Jones... absolutely impossible anyone can do this song better, not even mister Morganfield...

Recorded June 10 & 11, 1964. Released on "December’s Children (and everybody’s)" (US) in 1965. In April 1971 on "Stone Age".

Harmonica: Brian Jones. Lead vocal: Mick Jagger. Harmonica: Brian Jones. Bass: Bill Wyman. Harmonica: Brian Jones. Electric Guitar: Keith Richards. Harmonica: Brian Jones. Drums: Charlie Watts. Harmonica: Brian Jones. Piano: Ian Stewart. Harmonica: Brian Jones. Yes, Brian Jonesss... who else can do it this way? No one. (that’s a dot)

LOOK WHAT YOU’VE DONE
(McKinley Morganfield aka Muddy Waters, as his grandma nick named him for playing in the nearby river)

now look what you’ve done
now look what you’ve done
look what you’ve done baby
now look what you’ve done
you left me here
the lonely one
and all I can say
is look what you’ve done

a broken heart
a worried mind
because of you baby
dying all the time
I once had a dream
but now I’ve none
your taking your love
and see what it done

I saw you last night
out moving round
with your new turf
you paint the town
that is OK
you’re having your fun
because some day
they call you done

and now your bird cries
the shadow falls
gloomy memories
and I recall
your love is my life
as warm as the sun
but now it is gone
and see what it done


®© 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. No copyright infringement is intended. The purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education, not for monetary gain.
Category
Entertainment, Music
Autoplay: No Yes