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The Rolling Stones - Brown Sugar / Bitch / Let It Rock album FLAC

  • Performer: The Rolling Stones
  • Title: Brown Sugar / Bitch / Let It Rock
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: UK
  • Formats: AA DXD DMF ADX AU WAV MP1
  • Released: 2011
  • Style: Pop Rock
  • MP3 album: 1742 mb
  • FLAC album: 1632 mb
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 522
The Rolling Stones - Brown Sugar / Bitch / Let It Rock album FLAC

Brown Sugar" is a song by the Rolling Stones. It is the opening track and lead single from their album Sticky Fingers (1971). Rolling Stone magazine ranked it number 495 on its list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and at number five on their list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Songs of All Time

Brown Sugar" and "Bitch" from the album "Sticky Fingers" "Let It Rock" recorded live at Leeds March 13th 1971. under exclusive license to Universal International Music . Manufactured by Universal Music Enterprises, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc. Distributed by Universal Music Distribution. Track durations not listed on the release. Matrix, Runout (Label Side B): B0015477-21B.

Band Name The Rolling Stones. Album Name Brown Sugar. Type EP. Data de lançamento 1971. Labels Rolling Stones. Estilo de MúsicaRock. Membros têm este álbum5. Other productions from The Rolling Stones.

Lyrics to "Brown Sugar" song by The Rolling Stones: Gold coast slave ship bound for cotton fields Sold in a market down in New Orleans Skydog slaver kn. .Brown sugar just like a young girl should. Drums beating, cold English blood runs hot Lady of the house wonderin' where it's gonna stop House boy knows that he's doing alright You shoulda heard him just around midnight. Brown sugar how come you taste so good, now? Brown sugar just like a young girl should, now. Ah, get along, brown sugar how come you taste so good, baby? Ah, got me feelin' now, brown sugar just like a black girl should.

Produced by Jimmy Miller. Album Sticky Fingers. Gold coast slave ship bound for cotton fields Sold in the market down in New Orleans Scarred old slaver knows he's doing alright Hear him whip the women just around midnight. Brown sugar, how come you taste so good? Uh huh Brown sugar, just like a young girl should, uh huh, oh (Woo)

Let It Bleed’ (1969). The Stones luxuriate in darkness and dread, as if they always knew flower power was a scam. If you're taking just one Stones album to that moon colony, let it be this. Key Track: "Gimme Shelter," a portrait of Sixties turmoil that Keith wrote in 20 minutes. Best Mick Moment: His crazed whoops on "Let It Bleed," dripping bodily fluids all over Charlie Watts' drums. Key Track: "Brown Sugar" was the big hit, but "Sway" is one of the band's spookiest pro-evil anthems. Best Keith Moment: His guitar battle with Taylor throughout "Bitch. Pantsed: Andy Warhol designed the infamous crotch-and-zipper cover. The Stones were already rock & roll's bad boys, even in this early phase. They leer through Chicago blues and Memphis-soul classics, all brash wit and raw menace. Key Track: "Off the Hook," an original that can hang with any of the cover versions.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A Brown Sugar
Producer – Jimmy MillerWritten-By – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards*
B1 Bitch
Producer – Jimmy MillerWritten-By – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards*
B2 Let It Rock
Producer – Glyn JohnsWritten-By – Chuck Berry

Companies, etc.

  • Licensed To – Universal International Music B.V.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Promotone B.V.
  • Copyright (c) – Promotone B.V.
  • Pressed By – www.gzvinyl.com


Record Store Day 2011 release.

Individually numbered.

"Brown Sugar" and "Bitch" from the album "Sticky Fingers"

"Let It Rock" recorded live at Leeds March 13th 1971

℗ © 2011 Promotone B.V., under exclusive license to Universal International Music B.V.

Made in the EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 02527 64341 0
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): 0602627643410A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): 0602627643410B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runouts): 91296H1/A www.gzvinyl.com 2764341-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runouts): 91296H2/A
  • Rights Society: SIEM/SDRM
  • Label Code: LC 000309

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RS19100 The Rolling Stones Brown Sugar / Bitch / Let It Rock ‎(7", Single, Mono, Pus) Rolling Stones Records RS19100 UK 1971
RS-19100 The Rolling Stones Brown Sugar ‎(7", Single, RE, Spe) Rolling Stones Records RS-19100 US Unknown
Sugar P1 The Rolling Stones Brown Sugar ‎(7", Shape, Single, Pic) Rolling Stones Records Sugar P1 UK 1984
GS 45787 The Rolling Stones Brown Sugar / Bitch ‎(7", Single) Rolling Stones Records GS 45787 Canada 1981
RS-19100 The Rolling Stones Brown Sugar / Bitch ‎(7", Single) Rolling Stones Records RS-19100 Portugal 1971

Reviews about The Rolling Stones - Brown Sugar / Bitch / Let It Rock (4):
This is 1st UK Stereo release of of this 40 year old (foolishly mono) originalNote that UK EMI-Virgin contracted a stereo 7" IEP unpainted Juke Box pressing via Telstar of "Brown Sugar"(only taken 7 years to get the sonics of this re-release confirmed naturally to collectors etc make a big difference to know if a not so/or at all obvious re or retro release is now a Stereo mix rather than an again Mono mix very commonly available and easy to find from the past, if so sought!)UMG still have a very very VERY long way to go with reissue/retro Stereo over Mono 7" 45'sAgain:-The Who My Generation (where is that stereo mix done for a pat on the back CD compilation)The Who Magic Bus (allegedly in the Track singles box set)The Who I Can See For Miles (allededly in the Track singles box set)Martha & The Vandellas Jimmy Mack (1st global stereo mix)*/Third Finger Left Hand *(master tapes lifted from the vaults, first ever stereo mix made, as astoundlingly due to Vietnam War this was never Stereo mixed but done for a CD compilation collection only, 40 odd years later where's the vinyl 45 UMG?)Martha & The Vandellas Dancing In The StreetMartha & The Vandellas Heat Wave (un-edited)The Spinners It's A Shme*Jackson 5 I Want You Back*Jackson 5 ABC*Jackson 5 The Love You Save*The Supremes Baby Love^and so on and so on, massive massive market for re-release and retro 7" 45's in stereo(* these were all released originally and retroly by EMI-Bovema Holland but NOT by EMI or later RCA-BMG or later still UMG Polydor-Motown WHY?)There is a massive massive MASSIVE market out there for collectors so long as we get something new and not pointless same ol' same ol' that we already have and can readily get originals of. I was 100% convinced that this re-release single would be Mono hence I never wanted or saw a need to want to buy it again. IMO The original release of this single via Atlantic was a massive mono gaff, it was the Band's first own label release and a massive belter and mono in 1971 why? Once the stereo mix was heard on the Album and the later "shades" compilation album it kicked the mono mix down the toilet without question Brain's sax solos come alive and hit you, In none of the bi books or on webs is there any explanation as to why this was decided a mono single and wash of sound and distortion. Real bad marketing mistake (bit like McCartneys personal "Get Back" mono mix # 2,750 pointlessly done in a deranged mental state that the globe suffered bar West Germany, USA and Canada who had it in the Stereo mix that had been actually paid for and ordered). Who was at that release meeting who pushed for mono? Jimmy Miller? Who and why? be really nice to know. Really glad retrospectively others and have seen different to that 40 year ago meeting and mastering session of Stereo down to mono, needless and utterly pointless.Thanks for finally getting it right, just sack the girl in the UMG art department who did not do her job "is this still mono or is it going to be stereo so I can put this important collector;s info on the label text bellow the 200 digit catalog/barcode numbers"? Ahh go and have a fag and coffee not important, how should I know, the other line's going, I have to go just copy the original artwork, I need this on my screen by 4pm printers are waiting! 4pm Bye! Just tell that is not exactly how it happened over in West London. How many people did not buy this sealed can't try before you buy single because they too had the mono original and did not want or need the mono mix again and did not want to take a gamble on the sonics., My guess is if, only 30% of the buyers are also needless anti mono re-retro releases buffs and want something new and extra on their shelves, like I am, I would say it was/is rather high, my proof is the number of copies still unopened and for sale on here!IMHO a sealed unopened release is a guarantee and promise or nothing or can it ever be a selling point, why? Because quite simply neither the seller or the buyer has any idea whats in side the sleeve, is it even the right record, recording, is it damaged misspressed, labels askew, pressed off centre (swing) warped, scratched, broken,>>>>>>>>>> Oh I can't take that back>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>you;ve opened it>>>>>>>>>I can see it's damaged but rules are ruiles you have opened it>>>>>>>>How do I know that you have not done this>>>>>>>>>slipped a damaged copy you already have and swapped it>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>no sorry nothing I can do, you've opened it and broken the seal>>>>>>I can't send that back and get a refund or exchange>>>>>>You've opened it!Fact or fiction? A sealed record means absolutely nothing unless there is a 100% guarantee that what's in side is what should be inside, there is only one thing in life that is 100% guaranteed and that is that we are going to the great record shop in the sky! The only other thing guaranteed is that this pressing of Brown Sugar is stereophonic!Those that didn't buy because like me they didn't want to gamble, go get and enjoy how it was recorded, mixed and intended to be, God gave us two ears why?
Four years later and the sonics of this retro release is still
the barcode is wrong is not 0602627643410 is 0602527643410
How simple is it to state and make it clear if this is still vile mono or is having it's first UK territory Stereophonic 45 release????Not a lot to ask but rather important for us mono dislikersIt is quite odd to note that the USA equivalent actually has prefix letters rather than all numbers, that the USA version ditches the rim copyright text and that it comes with small hole rather than the RCA prescribed and enforced 1 1/2" large hole, Required so that all commercial 7" 45s can be bought and played on RCA's 45's autochanger-player.Anyone USA wise that can shed a light on if the 1 1/2" large Hole legal requirement as industry standard has now been ???? Ignored, made optional rather than requirement?It is very important to be aware that Universal's history of care or pressing matters is not very good:-The ultimate and prime example of this is the retro release of Frank Wilson/Chris Clark Do I Love You (Indeed I Do) on Tamla Motown with Green die-cut pic sleeve.The Frank Wilson cut is a sum mono cut of the left channel only of the stereo mix, leaving half of the backing and instrumentation missing etc.Clearly don't trust this release's sonics until it has been heard (just a tip).

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