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Sticky Fingers Deluxe Edition

Sticky Fingers Deluxe Edition by The Rolling Stones buy album

The Rolling Stones

Label: Capitol Records
Released: 2015
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Track Listing

CD1: Brown Sugar; Sway; Wild Horses; Can’t You Hear Me Knocking; You Gotta Move; Bitch; I Got The Blues; Sister Morphine; Dead Flowers; Moonlight Mile. CD2: (Studio) Brown Sugar; Wild Horses; Can’t You Hear Me Knocking; Bitch; Dead Flowers; (Live) Live With Me; Stray Cat Blues; Love In Vain; Midnight Rambler; Honky Tonk Women .

Personnel

The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones

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Additional Personnel / Information

Mick Jagger: lead vocals, percussion, rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar; Keith Richards: rhythm guitar, backing vocals, acoustic guitar, twelve string acoustic guitar; Mick Taylor: lead guitar, acoustic guitar, rhythm guitar, slide guitar; Bill Wyman: bass guitar, electric piano; Charlie Watts: drums; Ry Cooder: slide guitar; Nicky Hopkins: piano; Jim Dickinson: piano; Jack Nitzsche: piano; Billy Preston: organ; Ian Stewart: piano; Jim Price: trumpet, piano; Bobby Keys: saxophone; Rocky Dijon: congas; Jimmy Miller: percussion; J Paul Buckmaster: string arrangements.


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