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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Dan R, Jul 23, 2021.
I found this version exciting. I hope Stones fans will agree.
I'm a fan of that song, but only hard-core Stones fans have ever heard of it. That is a great version.
Some of the Stones best stuff is the very basic stuff.
Great scene in Performance where he sings that song.
Mick Jagger's finest moment as a solo artist, and his only solo song that has any early-Stones-style sense of danger to it.
I had never heard the demo version of "Memo From Turner," which has Steve Winwood and Jim Capaldi on it:
This one has a cool swampy groove, but if only because I've heard so many more times, I have to say I prefer the version on the Performance soundtrack (the one in Dan's original post).
Here's the Metamorphosis version, were Jagger almost sounds like he's rapping the verses:
When I was a teenager I used to keep track of which city Mick mentioned most.
Last I recall New York and San Antonio were tied at two
An all time favorite. Thanks all, for the different versions.