Discussion in '60's Music' started by METALPRIEST, Mar 27, 2010.
Oh really? I need to hunt this down thank you. And also thanks for the welcome
I picked up that Jamming with Edward cd/album about 4-5 months ago which I previously had on cd about 14-15 years ago.
Features Mick, Bill, Charlie, Nicky Hopkins & Ry Cooder and dates from a late night jam session in London in late 1969.
Think I'm going to have a Stones weekend.
Rolling Stones - Monkey Man.
Monkey Man probably a slightly dubious title in the 2000s but leaving that aside it's not a bad song although to Mick and Keith it may have been just a 'throwaway song' to fill out the Let It Bleed album?.
I didn't think of it like that. Toots and The Maytals always comes to mind when I see Monkey Man named tracks. Few throwaway fillers on that album too I think isn't there.
Regarding Monkey Man as a 'filler track' as I said it was but maybe it wasn't or isn't a filler track but it's on a album (Let It Bleed) that already has a number of strong songs on it.
Nai is a Stones fan so he would know what the track was in relation to all the other material that the band turned out.
The Rolling Stones | Stray Cat Blues | Isolated Tracks | Deconstruction
At one of their 2 concerts in Denmark 1965 there was a big drama during a rehearsal:
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