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The Rolling Stones - "Gimme Shelter" - live ! Wild Horses - The Rolling Stones 1995. Marianne Faithfull - As Tears Go By (1965) Can't You Hear Me Knocking. "Can't You Hear Me Knocking" is a song by English rock and roll band The Rolling Stones from their 1971 album Sticky Fingers.

Can't You Hear Me Knocking

The song is over seven minutes long, and begins with a signature Keith Richards open-G tuned guitar intro. At two minutes and forty-three seconds, an instrumental break begins, with Rocky Dijon on congas; saxophonist Bobby Keys performs an extended saxophone solo over the layered guitar work of Richards and Mick Taylor, punctuated by the organ work of Billy Preston. At 4:40 Taylor takes over from Keys and carries the song to its finish with a lengthy guitar solo.[1] Inspiration[edit] Richards on writing the guitar riff, "Can't You Hear Me Knocking came out flying - I just found the tuning and the riff and started to swing it and Charlie picked up on it just like that, and we're thinking, hey, this is some groove. Recording[edit] On the recording, Richards said in 2002, "(The jam at the end wasn't inspired by Carlos Santana.) Taylor recalls in a 1979 interview,

Category:The Rolling Stones songs. Rolling Stones - Gimme Shelter. Rolling Stones "Can't You Hear Me Knockin'" Live Budokan. The Rolling Stones - Paint it black. Satisfaction-Rolling Stones. The Rolling Stones / Some Girls/ - Live in Texas 1978..avi. The Rolling Stones - Voodoo Lounge Live In New Jersey 1994 Full. Brown Sugar-Rolling Stones. Rolling Stones - Rocks Off (1972) Rolling Stones - Ventilator Blues. The Rolling Stones Fan Club - It's Only Rock'n Roll. The Rolling Stones. The Rolling Stones are a British rock band who rose to prominence during the mid-1960s.

The Rolling Stones

The band was named after a song by Muddy Waters, a leading exponent of hard-rocking blues. Song lyrics[edit] All songs written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, unless noted Out of Our Heads (1965)[edit] And if you take more of those You will get an overdose. The Rolling Stones Let It Loose. Exile on Main St. Exile on Main St. is a double album by English rock band The Rolling Stones.

Exile on Main St.

It was released on 12 May 1972 by Rolling Stones Records. The album's music incorporates rock and roll, blues, soul, country, and gospel genres.[2] Although it originally received mixed reviews,[2] Exile on Main St. has been ranked on various lists as one of the greatest albums of all time.[3] The 2010 remastered version of the album was released in Europe on 17 May 2010 and in the United States on 18 May 2010, featuring a bonus disc with 10 new tracks.[4] Rolling Stones Stray Cat Blues. The Rolling Stones. The band continued to release commercially successful records through the 1970s and selling many albums with Some Girls (1978) and Tattoo You (1981) being their two most sold albums worldwide.

The Rolling Stones

In the 1980s, a feud between Jagger and Richards about the band's musical direction almost caused the band to split but they managed to patch their relationship and had a big comeback with Steel Wheels (1989) which was followed by a big stadium and arena tour. Since the 1990s, new recorded material from the group has been both increasingly less well-received and less frequent. Despite this, the Rolling Stones have continued to be a huge attraction on the live circuit with big stadium tours continuing through the 1990s and 2000s. By 2007, the band had made what were then four of the top five highest-grossing concert tours of all time (Voodoo Lounge Tour (1994–95), Bridges to Babylon Tour (1997–99), Licks Tour (2002–03) and A Bigger Bang Tour (2005–07).

History[edit] Early history[edit] Life (book) It has been reported that publisher Little, Brown and Company paid an advance of $7.3 million, after seeing a ten-page extract.

Life (book)

Co-writer James Fox interviewed Richards and his associates over a period of five years to produce the book. Life was generally well received by critics and topped The New York Times non-fiction list in the first week of release.[4] Some controversy arose over comments Richards made about Mick Jagger, including references to his genitalia.[2] Richards's memoir includes the founding of The Rolling Stones in 1962; he is pictured here in 1965 before a Stones show The book chronicles Richards's career with the Stones since 1962, following their rise from playing small club gigs to stadium concerts, Richards's drug habits, his arrests and convictions.

His relationships with a number of women, including Anita Pallenberg, Marianne Faithfull, Ronnie Spector and Patti Hansen, whom he married in 1983, are covered in detail. List of best-selling music artists. The claimed figures are referenced from online articles created by highly reliable sources.

List of best-selling music artists

For clarity, the sources used, say the term "records" (singles, albums, videos) and not "albums". However, if all available sources for an artist/band say "albums", such sources are only used if the certified album units of the said artist meet the required percentage amount. Note that this list uses claimed figures that are closest to artists' available certified units. Inflated claimed figures that meet the required certified units amount but are unrealistically high, are not used.

Artists by reputed sales 250 million or more records 200 million to 249 million records 120 million to 199 million records 100 million to 119 million records. The Rolling Stones. The Rolling Stones discography. Albums[edit] Studio albums[edit] Live albums[edit] Compilations[edit] Box sets[edit] Extended plays[edit] Singles[edit] 1963–1979[edit] 1980–1993[edit] 1994–2013[edit]

The Rolling Stones discography

The Complete Works of the Rolling Stones - Database. Rolling Stones concerts. Since forming in 1962, the English rock band The Rolling Stones have performed more than two thousand concerts around the world, becoming one of the world's most popular live music attractions in the process.

Rolling Stones concerts

In their early years of performing, the band would undertake numerous short tours of the United Kingdom and North America, playing in small- and medium-size venues to audiences composed largely of screaming girls. As time moved on, their audience based expanded (in terms of both size and diversity) and they would increasingly favour larger arenas and stadiums. For many years, the group would choose to play North America, Continental Europe, and the United Kingdom on a three-year rotating cycle. Many audio recordings exist of Rolling Stones concerts, both official and unofficial. The biggest concert the band gave was in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, during the "Bigger Bang Tour", in 2006. Rolling Stones - Full Concert.

"The Rolling Stones" The Official site of the Rolling Stones. The Rolling Stones Official. Ladies and Gentlemen they are back!

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THE ROLLING STONES have announced today that they will kick off their 14 ON FIRE tour with a very special one-off show in Abu Dhabi on 21 February 2014, before heading out on the road across the Far East and Asia to play three shows in Tokyo and a one-off show in Macau. The rock icons will then travel to Australia and New Zealand for one-off shows in Perth, Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Hanging Rock, Brisbane and Auckland. A further two big concerts in Asia will be announced soon. The 14 ON FIRE tour will see Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood head back out on the road after a mammoth run of concerts in the U.S and the U.K in 2013, an exhilarating and critically acclaimed celebration of five decades of the Rolling Stones bringing their iconic music and groundbreaking stage shows to audiences around the globe.

Mick Taylor, who was a member of the Rolling Stones from 1969-1974, will be a special guest for this tour. (1) The Rolling Stones. Background Image.