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Nyitólap » 2015 » Február/February » 11 » The Rolling Stones - Could You Walk On The Water? (1966/2000) Sister Morphine
The Rolling Stones - Could You Walk On The Water? (1966/2000) Sister Morphine
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By the end of 1965 the Stones had recorded a set of brand new songs and wanted them to be released under the title of "Could You Walk On The Water". However Decca refused to release the album because of its title. After some conflict and negociations it was agreed that the new album would be titled "Aftermath". However the band had recorded new songs in March 1966, and the original track list was changed to what became the regular track list of Aftermath. but half of the songs were released on other albums or never released. The Track "Going Home" would of been edited down to 3-4 minutes.  Could You Walk On The Water? is one of those great, mythical "almost was" records. It was completed in late 1965 and the band hoped to release the record early in 1966.  It was set to include ten tracks, nine of which had just been recorded at RCA studios in Hollywood in a session that lasted from December 3rd - the 8th of 1965.  The tenth track "Looking Tired", perhaps referencing Brian (check out those bags), was recorded in an RCA session in September of 1965. Having suffered in the U.S. from patchwork albums that featured randomly thrown together tracks recorded in different studios at widely different times, this would have been their first of a piece record and the first that consisted of all original material, showcasing the rapid growth of the Jagger/Richards songwriting team. 

1. 19th Nervous Breakdown
2. Sad Day
3. Take It Or Leave It
4. Think
5. Mother's Little Helper
6. Goin' Home (short version)
7. Sittin' On A Fence
8. Don't You Follow Me (aka Doncha Bother Me)
9. Ride On Baby
10. Looking Tired
11. Goin' Home (full length versions)

Mick Jagger – lead vocals, backing vocals, harmonica, percussion
Keith Richards – guitars, backing vocals
Brian Jones – guitars, slide guitar, piano, organ, harpsichord, marimba, sitar, percussion, Appalachian dulcimer, harmonica, koto on "Take It or Leave It"
Bill Wyman – bass guitar, backing vocals, organ pedals
Charlie Watts – drums, percussion
Additional personnel:
Jack Nitzsche – piano, organ, harpsichord, percussion
Ian Stewart – piano, organ


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