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Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: sf37 ()
Date: January 25, 2022 15:31

Hi Everyone,

I’m trying to compile a list of songs (studio tracks or live) whereby the Stones (as a group) are credited as having performed in a supporting role on some other headliner’s material. The ones that come to mind immediately are the following:

Cleo - To Know Him Is To Love Him
The Andrew Loog Oldham Orchestra - There Are But 5 Rolling Stones
Billy Preston - That’s Life
Billy Preston - Outa Space
The Chieftains - The Rocky Road To Dublin
B.B. King - Paying The Cost To Be The Boss
Ben Waters - Watching The River Flow

Are you aware of any others? Thanks in advance!



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Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: His Majesty ()
Date: January 25, 2022 15:41

For Brian: [brianjonesresource.wixsite.com]

There's a few more, one or two that are likely, but a bit dubious, and some that are claimed, but most definitely don't feature Brian.

Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Date: January 25, 2022 16:05

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Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: MisterDDDD ()
Date: January 25, 2022 16:22

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Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: sf37 ()
Date: January 26, 2022 02:28

Thanks His Majesty, I'll check it out!

Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: TeaAtThree ()
Date: January 26, 2022 02:39

Mick and Keith are both on Peter Wolf's solo album "Sleepless."

Mick -- b/g vox on Nothing But the Wheel
Keith -- Too Close Together

and I THINK Mick sings background vox on Peter's earlier solo album "Lights Out" on the song "Pretty Lady."

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Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: stonesstein ()
Date: January 26, 2022 04:16

Carly Simon - You're So Vain - Mick on backing vox
John Paul Jones - Foggy Day in Vietnam - some or all of Keith, Bill & Charlie
John Phillips - Pay, Pack & Follow - Mick, Keith, Mick T, and Ronnie all over the LP
Max Romeo - Keith on some trax from 1980 LP
Back Uhuru - ditto
Dirty Stranglers - 1986 LP - Keith & Ronnie
Marianne Faithful - As Tears Go By - Keith & Brian said to be on this
Marianne Faithfull - Sister Morphine - whole band (minus Mick) said to be on track

so many more.....


stonesstein

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I can't even feel the pain no more.

Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: Rockman ()
Date: January 26, 2022 05:06

Peter Tosh - Bush Doctor EMI 7243 5 39181 2 5
Limited Edition - 6 bonus tracks - great liner notes

Sly & Robbie - Freinds East West 3984-20600-2
Satisfaction - Keith Guitar

Black Uhuru - Black Uhuru - VJD 28230
Black Uhuru - Shine Eye Gal - Keith Guitar

Unmetered Taxi - Sly & Robbie - Pressure Sounds - PSCD43
Black Uhuru - Shine Eye Girl - Keith Guitar

Toots & The Matals - True Love
Careless Ethiopians - Keith vocals

One Blood Dred Rooster featuring Babi Floyd - TBCP-1001... Keith Guitar 3tracks
Done By You a Babi Floyd number, Natural Mystic by Marley and believe it or not a version of The Carpenters Rainy Days & Mondays.

Ziggy Marley - Conscious Party
Keith Guitar on Lee & Molly

Lee "Scratch" Perry ---- Scratch Came-Scratch Saw-Scratch Conquered
Keith guitar -- Heavy Voodoo" and Once There's a Will There's a Way

Lee "Scratch" Perry ---- Revelations
Keith guitar - Book of Moses



ROCKMAN

Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: Barkerboy2 ()
Date: January 26, 2022 11:21

Don't forget John Phillips' album 'Pay Pack And Follow' smiling smiley

Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: Fillmore ()
Date: January 26, 2022 11:41

Keith on various tracks of Tom Waits´recordings
Rain Dogs and
Bone Machine

Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: HenrikBB ()
Date: January 26, 2022 11:56

“(Can’t Seem To) Get A Line On You” - Shine A Light-outtake on
Leon Russels “24 Karat Gold Compact Disc” 1993

Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Date: January 26, 2022 11:59

Quote
Fillmore
Keith on various tracks of Tom Waits´recordings
Rain Dogs and
Bone Machine

+ Bad As Me

However, I started making such a list as well, but the question here was the entire band backing other artists smiling smiley

Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: Taylor1 ()
Date: January 26, 2022 12:19

Jagger on solo albums of Leslie West and Peter Frampton.Also on the Long Black Vail with the Chieftains.Wood on Eric Clapton and Bob Dylan albums.Taylor on Gerbie Mann and Tubular Bells

Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: Big Al ()
Date: January 26, 2022 12:34

Quote
stonesstein

John Paul Jones - Foggy Day in Vietnam - some or all of Keith, Bill & Charlie

Marianne Faithful - As Tears Go By - Keith & Brian said to be on this

so many more.....[/color]

That's John Paul Jones' one-off single from 1964, I think. Produced by Andrew Loog Oldham, yet surely it must feature John Paul Jones on bass!

As Tears Go By is generally considered Jimmy Page on the 12-string acoustic.



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Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: His Majesty ()
Date: January 26, 2022 13:11

No Stones on Marianne's version of ATGB.

Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: floodonthepage ()
Date: January 26, 2022 16:08

Lots of people posting individual Stones appearing on albums. The post asked about the Stones as a group contributing to albums.

Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: gustavobala ()
Date: January 26, 2022 16:45

MICK TAYLOR (FROM WIKIPEDIA.ORG):


Blues Masters vol. 10 (Champion Jack Dupree) (Blue Horizon, 1969) Recorded just weeks before he joined the Stones, according to producer Mike Vernon's liner notes.

Up Your Alley (Joan Jett & the Blackhearts) on "I Hate Myself for Loving You"
Tubular Bells Premiere (Mike Oldfield) (June '73) Queen Elizabeth Hall

Tubular Bells (Mike Oldfield) Telecast Tubular Bells Part One and Tubular Bells Part Two. Recorded at BBC Broadcasting House November 1973[35] and aired in early '74 and June '74. Available on Oldfield's Elements DVD.

The Tin Man Was A Dreamer (Nicky Hopkins) (1973)

London Underground (Herbie Mann) (Atlantic, 1973)

Reggae (Herbie Mann) (Atlantic, 1973)

Live European Tour (Billy Preston) (A&M Records, 1974). Recorded with the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio during their '73 tour. Preston opened up for the band with Mick Taylor on guitar. (Released on CD by A&M Japan, 2002.)

Have Blues Will Travel (Speedo Jones) (Integrity Records, 1988)

Reggae II (Herbie Mann) (Atlantic, 1973 [1976])

Just A Story From America (Elliott Murphy) (Columbia 1977)

Waiting for Columbus (Little Feat) (1978) double CD released 2002

Expresso II (Gong) (1978)

Downwind (Pierre Moerlen's Gong) (1979) lead guitar on "What You Know"
Alan Merrill (Alan Merrill)'s solo album (Polydor, 1985) recorded in London 1977

Vinyl (Dramarama) (1991)

John McVie's "Gotta Band" with Lola Thomas (1992)

Burnin' Blues (Coupe De Villes) (1992)

Piedra rodante (Tonky Blues Band) (1992)

Once In A Blue Moon (Gerry Groom) (1993)

Cartwheels (Anthony Thistlethwaite) (1993)

Hecho en Memphis (Ratones Paranoicos) (Sony Music) (1993)

Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: gustavobala ()
Date: January 26, 2022 16:50

well, have part II, but this forum don´t accept confused smiley

Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: gustavobala ()
Date: January 26, 2022 16:58

From Clarksdale To Heaven [various artists] (BlueStorm, 2002) – John Lee Hooker tribute album

Stoned Again (Barry Goldberg) (Antone's Records, 2002)

Meaning of Life (Todd Sharpville) (Cathouse/Universal, 2003)

Key To Love (Debbie Davies) (Shanachie Records, 2003)

Shadow Man (re-release of an album from 1996) (2003) – originally released by Alpha Music in Japan in 1996, this "Mick Taylor featuring Sasha" album should have read "Sasha featuring Mick Taylor", but the company felt it would sell better under a household name. It features Mick Taylor on guitar, but is basically a Sasha Gracanin album.

Treasure Island (Nikki Sudden) (Secretly Canadian, 2004)

Unterwegs (Crazy Chris Kramer) (2009)

Chicago Blues (Crazy Chris Kramer) (2010)

Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: His Majesty ()
Date: January 26, 2022 16:58

Quote
floodonthepage
Lots of people posting individual Stones appearing on albums. The post asked about the Stones as a group contributing to albums.

Oops.

Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: gustavobala ()
Date: January 26, 2022 17:00

Let's Get Stoned (The Chesterfield Kings) (Mirror Records,1994)

Crawfish and Caviar (Anthony Thistlethwaite)

Blue Night (Percy Sledge) (Virgin Records, 1994)

Black Angel (Savage Rose) (1995) guitar on "Black Angel" and "Early Morning Blues"


Taylormade (Black Cat Bone, 1997), Music Maniac Records.

Mick & I (2001) Miyuki & Mick Taylor

New York Times (Adam Bomb) (2001) (Taylor plays slide guitar on "MacDougal
Street" & lead guitar on "Heaven come to me") produced by Jack Douglas

Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Date: January 26, 2022 17:01

Quote
gustavobala
Let's Get Stoned (The Chesterfield Kings) (Mirror Records,1994)

Crawfish and Caviar (Anthony Thistlethwaite)

Blue Night (Percy Sledge) (Virgin Records, 1994)

Black Angel (Savage Rose) (1995) guitar on "Black Angel" and "Early Morning Blues"


Taylormade (Black Cat Bone, 1997), Music Maniac Records.

Mick & I (2001) Miyuki & Mick Taylor

New York Times (Adam Bomb) (2001) (Taylor plays slide guitar on "MacDougal
Street" & lead guitar on "Heaven come to me") produced by Jack Douglas

The entire band played on all of those tracks? winking smiley

Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: Elmo Lewis ()
Date: January 26, 2022 17:06

Quote
Taylor1
Jagger on solo albums of Leslie West and Peter Frampton.Also on the Long Black Vail with the Chieftains.Wood on Eric Clapton and Bob Dylan albums.Taylor on Gerbie Mann and Tubular Bells

Yes, Mick is on Frampton's I'm In You album.

Keith and Charlie on Tim Ries' album of Stones covers.

Re: Stones On Tracks Of Other Artists
Posted by: Harry ()
Date: January 26, 2022 17:52

Not the whole band but Keith & Mick are both on The Jimmy Rogers all stars album "Blues Blues Blues". They are on: Trouble no more, Don't start me to talkin' and Goin' away baby



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