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The Rolling Stones - Heart Of Stone mp3 track

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Performer: The Rolling Stones
Title: Heart Of Stone
Country: France
Released: 1965
Style: Blues Rock, Classic Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.7 ✦
Other format: MP2 AHX MOD DTS MP3 DXD MP4

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Heart Of Stone
Written-By – Richard-Jagger*
2:48
A2 What A Shame
Written-By – Richard-Jagger*
2:50
B1 The Last Time
Written-By – Jagger-Richard*
B2 Play With Fire
Written-By – Nanker-Phelge*

Companies, etc.

  • Printed By – A.C.E.M.
  • Produced For – Impact Sound

Credits

  • Photography By – X...*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): 3 D 65M 1850
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): 3 D 65 M 1851
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Stamped): 3D65M-1850/1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Stamped): 3D65M-1851/1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
457.066 M, 457.066 The Rolling Stones Heart Of Stone ‎(7", EP, Mono, RP) Decca, Disques Decca 457.066 M, 457.066 France 1969
DX 2340 The Rolling Stones Heart Of Stone ‎(7", EP, Mono) Decca DX 2340 Germany 1965
457.066 M, 457.066 The Rolling Stones Heart Of Stone ‎(7", EP, Mono, RP) Decca, Disques Decca 457.066 M, 457.066 France 1968
17M-100 The Rolling Stones Heart Of Stone ‎(7", EP, Mono) London Records 17M-100 Japan 1965
457.066, 457.066 M The Rolling Stones Heart Of Stone ‎(7", EP, Mono) Decca, Decca 457.066, 457.066 M France 1965

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Heart Of Stone
Written-By – Jagger - Richards*
A2 What A Shame
Written-By – Jagger - Richards*
B1 Play With Fire
Written-By – Nanker - Phelge*
B2 The Last Time
Written-By – Jagger - Richards*

Notes

DECCA Füllschrift, Geschnitten nach dem Rhein'schen Verfahren.
Timing side A: 5:49
Timing side B: 5:35

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout area side A): 45 - D 9 / 11077 - X Manufacturing in Germany S - II - H H
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout area side B): 45 - D 9 / 11078 - X Manufacturing in Germany S - II - H H
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 45-D 9/11077-X
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 45-D 9/11078-X
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
457.066 The Rolling Stones Heart Of Stone ‎(7", EP, Mono) Decca 457.066 France 1965
457.066 M, 457.066 The Rolling Stones Heart Of Stone ‎(7", EP, Mono, RP) Decca, Disques Decca 457.066 M, 457.066 France 1969
457.066 M, 457.066 The Rolling Stones Heart Of Stone ‎(7", EP, Mono, RP) Decca, Disques Decca 457.066 M, 457.066 France 1968
17M-100 The Rolling Stones Heart Of Stone ‎(7", EP, Mono) London Records 17M-100 Japan 1965
457.066, 457.066 M The Rolling Stones Heart Of Stone ‎(7", EP, Mono) Decca, Decca 457.066, 457.066 M France 1965

Heart of Stone" is a song by the English rock band The Rolling Stones, released as a single in 1964 in the United States, and on an extended-play single in Europe (pictured). It was not released in the United Kingdom until featuring on the Out of Our Heads UK album released September 1965. Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, "Heart of Stone" was scheduled as a single release in the United States.

Lyrics to "Heart Of Stone" song by The Rolling Stones: There've been so many girls that I've known I've made so many cry and still I wonder why Here comes. I don't really know No matter how I try I just can't make her cry Cause she'll never break, never break, never break, never break This heart of stone Oh, no, no, no, this heart of stone Don't keep on looking that some old way If you try acting sad, you'll only make me glad Better listen little.

Heart of Stone' would become the prototype for every misogynist anthem the Stones would go on to create. The lyrics are cruel: 'if you try acting sad, you'll only make me glad' ' A solid rocker that doesn't get enough play. What a Shame" is one of the less interesting blues numbers that the Stones wrote and recorded. This instrumental could have appeared on their first album. Responder Notifique-me Helpful.

The Rolling Stones, ‘The Rolling Stones, Now!’ London, 1965. A charming exuberance pervades the Stones' third . release, with its hot-rod takes on Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Willie Dixon and Muddy Waters. And their "Heart of Stone" introduces a crucial Stones element into the mix: menace. After Toys in the Attic proved that Aerosmith were more than a Stones caricature, the band flexed its muscles on the boastfully (and aptly) named Rocks, a buffalo stampede of rave-ups and boogies. In an era of arena bombast, songs like "Back in the Saddle" and "Last Child" kept it low to the ground and swinging.

The Rolling Stones discography. The English rock group The Rolling Stones has released 30 studio albums, 26 live albums, 25 compilation albums, three extended play singles, and 120 singles. The early albums and singles released from 1963 to 1967 were originally on Decca Records in the United Kingdom, and on their subsidiary label London Records in the United States.

There've been so many girls that I've known. I've made so many cry and still I wonder why. Here comes the little girl. I see her walking down the street. She's all by herself. I try and knock her off her feet. But, she'll never break this heart of stone. Oh, no, no, this heart of stone. What's different about her? I don't really know. No matter how I try I just can't make her cry. Cause she'll never break this heart of stone. Oh, no, no, no, this heart of stone

Heart Of Stone is a track by The Rolling Stones which appears on the album Out Of Our Heads. Right from the opening introduction of this track the rhythm is pretty much set up and you can tell right away that this track is going to be some type of ballad, as you could have probably also have told from the actual title of the song. The verses sort of build up for. Jagger to deliver some nice vocal sections and then at about halfway through the song there’s a guitar solo by Richards which isn’t anything all that great and doesn’t actually seem to fit in with the rest of the song all that well