The Rolling Stones release their ninth album : ‘Sticky Fingers’ featuring ‘Brown Sugar’ (1971)

The Rolling Stones’ ‘Sticky Fingers’ feat. ‘Brown Sugar’ is their ninth British studio album produced by Jimmy Miller and released on April 23, 1971 by Rolling Stones Records.

Track Listing : 1.Brown Sugar (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 03:48 . 2.Sway (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 03:50 . 3.Wild Horses (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 05:42 . 4.Can’T You Hear Me Knocking (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 07:14 . 5.You Gotta Move (Fred Mcdowell, Gary Davis) – 02:32 . 6.Bitch (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 03:38 . 7.I Got The Blues (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 03:54 . 8.Sister Morphine (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Marianne Faithfull) – 05:31 . 9.Dead Flowers (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 04:03 . 10.Moonlight Mile (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 05:56


Andy Warhol

Musicians : The Rolling Stones – Band . Mick Jagger – Lead Vocals; Percussion On (1; Rhythm Guitar On (2); Acoustic Guitar On (9 – 10) . Keith Richards – Rhythm Guitar, Backing Vocals; Acoustic Guitar On (1 – 5 – 7 – 8); Twelve String Acoustic Guitar On (3); Lead Guitar On (1 – 3), The First Part Of (4 – 6); Co-Lead Guitar On (9) . Mick Taylor – Lead Guitar; Acoustic Guitar On (3); Rhythm Guitar On The First Part Of (4 – 6); Slide Guitar On (2 – 5) . Bill Wyman – Bass Guitar; Electric Piano On (5) . Charlie Watts – Drums . Ry Cooder – Slide Guitar On (8) . Jim Dickinson – Piano On (3) . Rocky Dijon – Congas On (4) . Nicky Hopkins – Piano On (2 – 4) . Bobby Keys – Saxophone . Jimmy Miller – Percussion On (4) . Jack Nitzsche – Piano On (8) . Billy Preston – Organ On (4 – 7) . Jim Price – Trumpet, Piano On (10) . Ian Stewart – Piano On (1 – 9)

Production : Produced By Jimmy Miller . Paul Buckmaster . Glyn Johns – Engineer . Andy Johns – Engineer . Chris Kimsey – Engineer . Jimmy Johnson – Engineer . Doug Sax – Mastering Engineer

Arrangements : Paul Buckmaster

Package : Andy Warhol asterisques RVM – Cover Concept, Photography

Recorded 2–4 December 1969 At Muscle Shoals Sound Studio, Sheffield, Alabama And 17 February, March – May, 16 June–27 July, 17–31 October 1970, And January 1971 At Olympic Studios, Trident Studios, London, Uk.

Released On April 23, 1971 By Rolling Stones.

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Clash
‘Wild Horses’ is them at their most tender – whether about Keith missing his son Marlon, or the dying embers of Jagger’s relationship with Marianne Faithfull, its emotional finesse survived even Susan Boyle’s mauling. […]

Uncut
Despite the overall downtempo character, Sticky Fingers doesn’t seem an underpowered album thanks to the potency of the rockier tracks. “Bitch” has a great rolling power, with the riff’s funked-up Chuck Berry groove punched home
by louche horns. […]

Pitchfork
They were called the World’s Greatest Rock’n’Roll Band for entirely too long, but if that designation ever applied it was here. […]

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