What Rolling Stones album is Moonlight Mile on?
Sticky FingersMoonlight Mile / AlbumSticky Fingers is the 9th British and 11th American studio album by the English rock band the Rolling Stones, released on 23 April 1971 on their new, and own, label Rolling Stones Records after previously having been contracted by Decca Records and London Records in the UK and US since 1963. Wikipedia
Did Mick Taylor write Moonlight Mile?
“Moonlight Mile” is a song recorded by the Rolling Stones. Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, it appears as the closing track on their 1971 album Sticky Fingers….Moonlight Mile (song)
|Song by the Rolling Stones
Who wrote Moonlight Mile Rolling Stones?
Who plays piano on Moonlight Mile?
“What makes ‘Moonlight Mile’ special is that it’s a song and a recording at once,” mused Jagger. “All these things — the strange plinking piano, the tom-tommy mallets on the drums, the different guitars — they all came together to produce a feeling of vulnerability and loneliness, you know what I mean?
What was the Rolling Stones song at the end of the serpent?
“Moonlight Mile” by The Rolling Stones: Sobhraj is captured in Nepal; Knippenberg visits the beach as the series ends.
Did Mick Taylor write any Rolling Stones songs?
Taylor was credited with co-writing only one song during his five years with the Stones, “Ventilator Blues” from Exile on Main St. But he was most likely responsible for sizable chunks of other songs (see Nos. 10 and 3 on our list of the Top 10 Mick Taylor Rolling Stones Songs).
Who played drums on Moonlight Mile?
drummer Charlie Watts
The original basic studio recording of “Moonlight Mile” featured only Mr. Jagger, guitarist Mick Taylor and drummer Charlie Watts, with additional guitars, piano, bass and strings overdubbed later. Mr. Jagger, 71, talked about how the song was written and recorded.
Is there a soundtrack to the serpent?
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|State of Flux
|Herman in the Rain
|Drive to Kanit House
What songs are played in the serpent?
The Serpent (Original Soundtrack)
- He likes to EscapeDominik Scherrer.
- State of FluxDominik Scherrer.
- Herman in the RainDominik Scherrer.
- Drive to Kanit HouseDominik Scherrer.
- Discotheque DarknessDominik Scherrer.
- Teresa KnowltonDominik Scherrer.
- Afghanistan DrivingDominik Scherrer.
- Embassy Phone CallsDominik Scherrer.
Is Moonlight Mile in open G?
The song is in open G tuning, but with a twist. I see a lot of people play it around the fifth fret on the A and D strings but after watching this live video of the Stones from 2015, Mick is playing it mostly at the twelfth fret. The only way to make that work is if you tune the low E string up to G.