All Things Hyped: Last. Love this track. More Love this track Set track as current obsession Get track Loading. Play track. Saturday 8 February Sunday 9 February Tuesday 11 February Wednesday 12 February Thursday 13 February Friday 14 February Saturday 15 February Sunday 16 February Monday 17 February Tuesday 18 February Wednesday 19 February Thursday 20 February Friday 21 February Saturday 22 February Sunday 23 February Monday 24 February Tuesday 25 February Wednesday 26 February Thursday 27 February Friday 28 February Saturday 29 February Sunday 1 March Monday 2 March Tuesday 3 March Wednesday 4 March Thursday 5 March Friday 6 March Saturday 7 March Sunday 8 March Monday 9 March Tuesday 10 March Execution was then handled as Warhol sent Braun Polaroid pictures of a model in tight jeans.
The cover photo of a male model's crotch clad in tight blue jeans was assumed by many fans to be an image of Mick Jagger, but the people actually involved at the time of the photo shoot claim that Warhol had several different men photographed Jagger was not among them and never revealed which shots he used. Among the candidates, Jed Johnson , Warhol's lover at the time, denied it was his likeness, although his twin brother Jay is a possibility.
Those closest to the shoot, and subsequent design, name Factory artist and designer Corey Tippin as the likeliest candidate. Warhol "superstar" Joe Dallesandro claims to have been the model. After retailers complained that the zipper was causing damage to the vinyl from stacked shipments of the record , the zipper was "unzipped" slightly to the middle of the record, where damage would be minimised.
For the initial vinyl release the album title and band name is smaller and at the top on the American release. The UK release the title and band name are in bigger letters and on the left. Jagger suggested to Pasche that he copy the outstuck tongue of the Hindu goddess Kali , and while Pasche first felt it would date the image back to the Indian culture craze of the s, seeing Kali made him change his mind. Before the end of that year his basic version was faxed to Craig Braun by Marshall Chess.
It quickly and deservedly became the most famous logo in the history of popular music. In , the LP release of the album in Russia featured a similar treatment as the original cover; but with Cyrillic lettering for the band name and album name, a colourised photograph of blue jeans with a zipper, and a Soviet Army uniform belt buckle that shows a hammer and sickle inscribed in a star. The model appears to be female. Sticky Fingers hit the number one spot on the British charts in May , remaining there for four weeks before returning at number one for a further week in mid June.
In the US, the album hit number one within days of release, and stayed there for four weeks. According to Billboard's Top list, it was one of many American albums that topped the German chart that year.
In a contemporary review for the Los Angeles Times , music critic Robert Hilburn said that although Sticky Fingers is one of the best rock albums of the year, it is only "modest" by the Rolling Stones' standards and succeeds on the strength of songs such as "Bitch" and "Dead Flowers," which recall the band's previously uninhibited, furious style.
David Hepworth wrote in his book Never a Dull Moment that the contributions of guest performers like Keys, Jim Dickinson , and Preston made the album contain "more musical range than any other Rolling Stones album," such as "Dickinson's honky-tonk piano on 'Wild Horses'" and "Preston's churchy organ solo on 'I Got the Blues'. According to Acclaimed Music , it is the 48th most celebrated album in popular music history. He stated, "Dirty rock like this has still to be bettered, and there is still no rival in sight.
A magic formula of heavy soul, junkie blues and macho rock. This remaster was initially released in a Collector's Edition CD, which replicated in miniature many elements of the original vinyl album packaging, including the zipper.
In , it was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. In June , the Rolling Stones reissued Sticky Fingers in its remastering in a variety of formats to coincide with a new concert tour, the Zip Code Tour.
The Deluxe and Super Deluxe versions of the reissue featured previously unreleased bonus material depending on the format : alternative takes of some songs, live tracks recorded on 14 March at the Roundhouse, London, and the complete 13 March show at Leeds University.
It re-entered the UK Albums chart at number 7, extending their UK Top 10 album chart span beyond 51 years and 2 months since their self-titled debuted at number 7 on 23 April All tracks are written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards , except where noted. I wonder if anyone actually listened to and approved test pressings. Draw your own conclusion here: Here are four short excerpts from "Dead Flowers". Rather than turning this into a voting exercise, just give them a listen and comment on how they sound.
Guess which is which if you want. I'll reveal at a later time not too much later which is which. Though it was engineered by Glyn and Andy Johns and produced with affection by Jimmy Miller, I always though the production on this record lacked depth and atmosphere, though a few tracks, like "Can't You Hear Me Knocking" and "Dead Flowers" came together well.
Overall, this reissue is pretty weak in my opinion and again, I'm left thinking The Rolling Stones don't give a shit about how their catalog gets reissued.
As for UMe, it's clear they lavish greater attention on the packaging than on the sound. I'm afraid that The Beatles mono box taught nobody there much of anything. The significance of the Universal logo is not lost my not lost on me. Until someone shows me otherwise, I give them all a wide berth. I'm terrible remembing names, but I was having a conversation with a lady at a used book store record bin who said she was formerly and recently employed at Nashville Record Plant and flat out told me that someone sorry at Universal had strict instructions for someone sorry at the plant not to reveal sources or engage with our host Mr.
She said that this guy wanted to communicate but was stifled. I guess they have a lot of pull around there and apparently nothing worth sharing anyway.
I know this was pressed elsewhere, but to me that just reinforced my negative impressions of the music label. Can anyone point out an example of a universal record that they recommend? Universal also owns Deutsche Grammophon for classical music.
They sell some new vinyl. But all of them sound thin and flat. All to avoid. I always suffer, reading todays magazines for classic, like the most important "The Gramophone". In the main sections no word about analog sound, all about digital carriers.
Not even reader letters discussing this. But I know an awfull lot of people, who stopped buying classical music of today, because nobody wants to listen to e. Netrebko digital. Nearly the same with jazz. All new digital. Maybe this happens, because Michael is mainly in rock music. Ever since the complete joke of a vinyl release they did of the Carpenters' "The Singles " in which they didn't even use the tracks from the original album but instead seemingly used whatever they had lying around.
Maybe something on a more positive note going on with that. Reissue midrange sucked out 2. Japanese way too much bass 3. MoFi most "natural" sounding-especially vocal and snare 4. At least with regard to this particular Japanese Sticky Fingers pressing, the bass is not rolled at all.
And it's far better than on the remaster. That said, there's no way file 2 is the Japanese pressing. As always, I really enjoyed the read. A shame about the sound. Whatever songs the Stones didn't get around to finishing for Sticky Fingers, they carried over to Exile On Main St, either in its initial release or the deluxe reissue, which means there weren't any incomplete songs left for the Deluxe Reissue of Sticky Fingers.
There were, however, a few pretty different alternate takes of the album's songs, all of which surface here: a wild, careening version of "Brown Sugar" featuring Eric Clapton on slide guitar—a faster, interesting take that's not as dirty and funky as the original; an "acoustic" version of "Wild Horses" that notably lacks the lead guitar lines; a "Can't You Hear Me Knocking," which is essentially a demo version where Mick hasn't figured out the words and the band doesn't launch into the Latin jam at the end; an "extended version" of "Bitch," where Mick again doesn't have words ready, although he has the melody in place; finally, a rougher, rowdier "Dead Flowers.
You've got to run and step up and face the chain You've got to flow through the keep up and face the chain Be a man and stand up and face the chain You've got to flow through the keep up and face the chain. Em alta:. Brother Be Sticky Fingers. Compartilhar no Facebook Compartilhar no Twitter. You can be the bomb and I'll be fuse Set the timer off and get ready to get loose Deep in your mind and deep in your soul Far and beyond let the good times roll Let the good times, good times roll For yesterday is but a dream and tomorrow is a vision Living in this moment is your only decision Now is the time but it's switched on hold Set the timer off and get ready to explode Ready to explode Slow motion explosion with your devotion you're going to bruise With only one decision and still you can not choose You seem to struggle with you time on board And time is something that you can not afford You've got to run and step up and face the chain You've got to flow through the keep up and face the chain Be a man and stand up and face the chain You've got to flow through the keep up and face the chain There's something going on You can be the bomb and I'll be fuse.
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Namespaces Article Talk.Jan 08, · OK, I am new to the Rolling Stones catalog. I just found a CD of Sticky Fingers On Virgin Records that was remastered by Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering using UV22 Super CD Encoding by Apogee Electronics, from the original analouge master tape.