The best rock songs of the 70s (The Rolling Stones- Brown Sugar)

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The song was primarily the work of Jagger, who performed it during the 1969 filming of Ned Kelly. The song often overshadows its outlandish lyrics, which are a pastiche of taboo subjects such as sexual slavery, drug use, sadomasochism, and so on.

Originally recorded over a three day period 2 on December 4, 1969, without the help of producer Miller, at the Muscle Shoals studio in Alabama. The song was released a year later in the Stones' legal dispute with the previous house, although at the request of guitarist Mick Taylor, the song debuted live during the famous Altamont concert. December 6th.
Along with "Wild Horses" are the Stones' compositions the album Sticky Fingers, of which ABKCO Records is co-owner.

Mick Taylor can be heard playing guitar in takes on the song, but he was completely removed in the final version.

An alternate version was recorded on December 18 at Olympic Studios in London, during Keith Richards' party. It features Al Kooper on piano and Eric Clapton on slide guitar.10 Richards considered releasing this on Sticky Fingers, mainly due to its spontaneous vibe, but ultimately decided to release the original. The alternate version, which was only available on bootleg, was released in June 2015 in the Deluxe and Deluxe editions of the Sticky Fingers reissue.

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