Wild Horses" is a song by the Rolling Stones from their 1971 album Sticky Fingers, written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. Rolling Stone ranked it number 334 in its "500 Greatest Songs of All Time" list in 2004. In the liner notes to the 1993 Rolling Stones compilation album Jump Back, Jagger states, "I remember we sat around originally doing this with Gram Parsons, and I think his version came out slightly before ours
Wild horses couldn't drag me away Wild, wild horses, couldn't drag me away. I watched you suffer a dull aching pain Now you decided to show me the same No sweeping exits or offstage lines Could make me feel bitter or treat you unkind. Wild horses couldn't drag me away Wild, wild horses, couldn't drag me away. This song, along with "Brown Sugar", is one of the two Rolling Stones compositions from "Sticky Fingers" (1971) album over which ABKCO Records co-owns the rights along with the band. Rolling Stone magazine ranked this song number 334 in its "500 Greatest Songs of All Time" list in 2004. There is a black-and-white music video, filmed in 1995, which was made to promote an acoustic version of this track.
Label-factory vinyl pressing variant (Plastic Products, PL in the label matrix data). From Rolling Stones LP COC-59100. Audio note: Side B "Sway" is a different mix from the album version. Matrix, Runout (A-Side): RS-21846-PL. Matrix, Runout (B-Side): RS-21845-PL. Matrix, Runout (Run-out Side A, etched): RS - 21846 - 4 AT/DK w. Matrix, Runout (Run-out Side B, etched): RS - 21845 - 3 AT/DK w. Rights Society: BMI.
Produced by Jimmy Miller. Album Sticky Fingers. Childhood living is easy to do The things you wanted, I bought them for you Graceless lady, you know who I am You know I can't let you slide through my hands. Wild horses couldn't drag me away Wild, wild horses couldn't drag me away. Marianne Faithfull has revealed that Wild horses couldn’t drag me away were the first words she uttered to Mick in the hospital when she came out of a six-day coma caused by an overdose of sleeping pills in the summer of 1969. For the Stones frontman, however, Wild Horses has nothing to do with Marianne Faithfull. From the liner notes to the 1993 Stones' anthology, Jump Back: The Best of The Rolling Stones: Everyone always says it was written about Marianne, but I don’t think it was; that was all well over by then.
The Sticky Fingers album had very elaborate packaging. Designed by Andy Warhol, the cover photo was a close up of a man's jeans with a real zipper on it. It was also the first time the tongue logo was used Was track three of side one from the group's 11th American studio album, 'Sticky Fingers', and on May 16th, 1971 the album reached (for 4 weeks) on Billboard's Top 200 Albums chart (it also peaked at in Canada, Australia, Holland, Norway, Spain, Sweden, West Germany, and of course in the United Kingdom).
The Rolling Stones brought out Florence Welch to duet with Mick Jagger on Wild Horses during the band’s London Stadium concert Friday night. The two singers delivered a passionate rendition of the Sticky Fingers classic, with Jagger and Welch trading verses, sharing choruses, locking eyes and holding hands as if entangled in musical conversation. Florence and the Machine’s new album High as Hope arrives June 29th. In This Article: Florence and the Machine, Florence Welch, The Rolling Stones. Want more Rolling Stone?
Wild Horses is found on the album Gimme Shelter.
Sway" is a song by English rock band the Rolling Stones from their 1971 album Sticky Fingers. It was also released as the b-side of the "Wild Horses" single in June 1971. This single was released in the US only. Initial pressings of the single contain an alternate take; later pressings include the album version instead. Ain't flinging tears out on the dusty ground for my friends out on the burial ground. Can't stand the feeling getting so brought down. It's just that demon life has got me in its sway. The song features a bottleneck slide guitar solo during the bridge and a dramatic, virtuoso outro solo (both performed by Mick Taylor ). Rhythm guitar performed by Jagger was his first electric guitar performance on an album.
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Wild Horses" is a song by the Rolling Stones from their 1971 album Sticky Fingers, written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
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Arranged By [Strings] – P. Buckmaster*
- Distributed By – ATCO Records
- Published By – Gideon Music, Inc.
- Lacquer Cut At – Atlantic Studios
- Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
- Lacquer Cut By – DK*
- Producer – Jimmy Miller
- Written-By – Mick Jagger-Keith Richard*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Etched): RS-21846-1 AT/DK W
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Etched): RS-21845-1 AT/DK W
- Matrix / Runout (Side A etched variant): RS-21846-2 5·24·71 AT/DK W
- Matrix / Runout (Side B etched variant, exc. SRC stamp): RS-21845-2 5·24·71 AT/DK SRC[logo] W
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): RS-21846 SP
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): RS-21845 SP
- Pressing Plant ID (Label): SP
- Rights Society: BMI
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|45-19101||The Rolling Stones||Wild Horses / Sway (7", Single, Mono, Pla)||Rolling Stones Records||45-19101||US||1971|
|P-1062S||The Rolling Stones||Wild Horses (7")||Rolling Stones Records||P-1062S||Japan||Unknown|
|45-19101||The Rolling Stones||Wild Horses (7", Mono, Promo)||Rolling Stones Records||45-19101||US||1971|
|RS-19101||The Rolling Stones||Wild Horses / Sway (7", Single)||Rolling Stones Records||RS-19101||Canada||1971|