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Shake Your Hips - The Rolling Stones - Exile On Main St

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  1. Nov 08,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Rolling Stones* - Exile On Main St. at Discogs. Complete your Rolling Stones* collection/5(K).
  2. The Rolling Stones = ザ・ローリング・ストーンズ* - Exile On Main St. = メイン・ストリートのならず者 ‎ (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, SHM) Polydor, Rolling Stones Records UICY/5(64).
  3. The riff from Harpo's hit "Shake Your Hips", and the Rolling Stones covered the song on their album Exile on Main St.. "Shake Your Hips" was also covered by Joan Osborne on her album Bring It On Home.
  4. Jun 30,  · Exile On Main Street - The Rolling Stones (Full Album) Shake Your Hips ~ The Rolling Stones by uklangang. Torn And Frayed - (Exile On Main Street) - ().
  5. Jan 02,  · Check out Shake Your Hips by The Rolling Stones on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on britpop.fivegallonbucket.netinfo5/5(1).
  6. Steve from Ottawa, Canada Where "I'm A King Bee" was a fairly true cover of Slim Harpo, "Hip Shake" from "Exile on Main Street" is almost a completely different song - but it rocks nonetheless. Stefanie from Rock Hill, Sc That's because LaGrange also barrowed from the original "Shake Your Hips.
  7. Title as Exile On Main St. on records inner sleeves and labels. Title as Exile On Main Street on seam. Sweet Black Angel = Black Angel on inner sleeve. Shake Your Hips = Hip Shake on inner sleeve. I Just Want To See His Face = Just Wanna See His Face on inner sleeve. contains 2 inner sleeves with photos and credits Printed in Germany4/4(2).
  8. One of two songs on Exile on Main Street that was a cover version, “Shake Your Hips” was originally written by blues harmonica player Slim Harpo, so named because of his mastery of the blues.
  9. The Rolling Stones recorded the song for their album Exile on Main St.. It was Mick Jagger's idea to record it for the album. The Stones recorded this in London, but reworked it at Keith Richards' villa in the South of France, where the band was staying on their "exile." It was recorded to sound like a '50s britpop.fivegallonbucket.netinfo: Blues.

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