Tag: Waylon Jennings
The upcoming re-release of the Rolling Stones‘ 1978 album ‘Some Girls,’ will feature 12 bonus tracks many of which were recorded instrumentally with vocals added recently by Mick Jagger. All of the tracks will be included in the remastered Deluxe Edition and Super Deluxe Edition of ‘Some Girls,’ to be released November 21st.
Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards wrote most of the bonus tracks, which were performed by Jagger, Richards, bassist Bill Wyman (who has since left the band) and drummer Charlie Watts. Also making appearances were Stones collaborators Ian Stewart and Chuck Leavell on pianos and Sugar Blue on harmonica, with none other than former Creedence Clearwater Revival frontman John Fogerty contributing handclaps.
The bonus tracks kick off with a Chuck Berry inspired ‘Claudine.’ ‘So Young,’ ‘When You’re Gone’,’ ‘Keep Up Blues’ and ‘Petrol Blues’ all have a rhythm and blues slant. ‘Do You Think I Really Care’ and ‘No Spare Parts,' (the bonus disc’s first single) tap into the Stones county influences, whil ‘Love You Too Much’ is a straight ahead rocker and ‘Don’t Be a Stranger’ has a Reggae feel. Three cover tunes are included: The 1959 Freddy Cannon track ‘Tallahassee Lassie,’ the Hank Williams standard ‘You Win Again,’ and ‘We Had It All,’ written by Southern songwriters Troy Seals and Donnie Fritts and recorded with guest appearances by many country stars, including Waylon Jennings and Conway Twitty.
“It’s wonderful to see the quality of these tracks measuring up to the songs that came out on the original album,” raves Wood, comparing the tracks to the ‘Some Girls’ album cuts. “It’s an extension of what was going on then,” adds Keith Richards. “Sometimes great stuff gets left behind and its great to see it out there.”
‘Some Girls’ Bonus Disc Track Listing:
2. ‘So Young’
3. ‘Do You Think I Really Care’
4. ‘When You’re Gone’
5. ‘No Spare Parts’
6. ‘Don’t Be a Stranger’
7. ‘We Had It All’
8. ‘Tallahassee Sally’
9. ‘I Love You Too Much’
10. ‘Keep Up Blues’
11. ‘You Win Again’
12. ‘Petrol Blues’