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8 thoughts on “ Fortune Teller - The Rolling Stones - Got Live If You Want It! (Reel-To-Reel, Album) ”

  1. Went to the fortune teller To have my fortune read I didn't know what to tell her I had a dizzy feeling in my head Siad she'd take a look at my palm She said "Son, you feel kinda warm" And she looked into her crystal ball Said "You're in love" Said it could not be so.
  2. Nov 15,  · Got Live If You Want It! made no bones about being a live recording, why they shouted it from the rafters, well at least on the packaging, showing split images of The Stones on the jacket as an intense romantic no nonsense hard hitting fun loving group of musketeers. The reality of the release was something entirely different, and shadowed my /5(1K).
  3. It turned up early in as part of Decca's obscure Saturday Club compilation LP, and in , it was retrieved for use on the group's Got Live If You Want It! album, where it was overdubbed with crowd screams to give the (false) impression that it was a live recording.
  4. The tale behind the first Rolling Stones ’ live album, Got Live If You Want It!, released by London Records in the US on 10 December , is neither simple nor straightforward and it’s one that.
  5. The result was Got Live If You Want It!, which was intended to be recorded at a concert at Royal Albert Hall on September 23, , the Stones' first live appearance in England in over a year. The problem was, as was memorably stated by a writer in Rolling Stone magazine a few years later, the Stones in those days didn't play concerts -- they played riots, and that was precisely what happened 6/
  6. Two songs " I've Been Loving You Too Long " and " Fortune Teller " were not even live recordings, but studio takes, overdubbed with audience Time Is On My Side - The Rolling Stones - Got Live If You Want It! noises. The Rolling Stones in Concert was their true live album debut. The album was issued in December, as the group were nearing the end.
  7. Fortune Teller Lyrics: Went to the fortune teller / Had my fortune read / I didn't know what to tell her / I had a dizzy feeling in my head / Then she took a look at my palm / She said, Sonny, you.
  8. Jul 26,  · Why the Stones have never released a complete 'Got Live If You Want It!' is beyond me, but that's neither here nor there. We're here to talk about the EP, and that's what I'm gonna do. The EP starts with the live chant "We Want The Stones," which is probably something Mick, Keith, & Co. got used to hearing night after night in the mid-'60s.

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