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Re: Depending On You - Track Talk
Posted by: Stoneage ()
Date: February 4, 2024 18:51

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Jagger solo material, really. I can't take the lyrics seriously. A polygamist singing about fidelity? In all the Jagger songs he's always complaining about all the women leaving him and treating him badly.
Really? I'm supposed to believe that?

Actually, it wasn't. Mick had a ballad he wanted on the album, but Keith and Watt didn't think it was good enough. So they wrote this one together.

Now that you mention it; yes, there are some Keith ballad ingredients involved here. Not a bad song but nothing that special either. The lyrics sets me off a bit though (unless they are Keith's lyrics?).

Re: Depending On You - Track Talk
Posted by: treaclefingers ()
Date: February 4, 2024 20:05

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Jagger solo material, really. I can't take the lyrics seriously. A polygamist singing about fidelity? In all the Jagger songs he's always complaining about all the women leaving him and treating him badly.
Really? I'm supposed to believe that?

Actually, it wasn't. Mick had a ballad he wanted on the album, but Keith and Watt didn't think it was good enough. So they wrote this one together.

Now that you mention it; yes, there are some Keith ballad ingredients involved here. Not a bad song but nothing that special either. The lyrics sets me off a bit though (unless they are Keith's lyrics?).

an amazing ballad with great lyrics. a high point on the album, which is saying alot given all the other peaks.

Re: Depending On You - Track Talk
Posted by: Pelle ()
Date: February 4, 2024 20:06

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Why isn’t there any credits for the sax-solo anywhere?
Or am I crazy? Cuz that’s a sax-solo in the ending of the song RIGHT?

No sax on DOY, only strings (which are credited).King and Blake are credited on SSOH (if memory serves) and James King is credited on GC.

It does not sound like strings to me at all strangely enough. I can’t be the only one hearing a saxophone in the last part/outro of the song?

Re: Depending On You - Track Talk
Date: February 4, 2024 20:19

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Why isn’t there any credits for the sax-solo anywhere?
Or am I crazy? Cuz that’s a sax-solo in the ending of the song RIGHT?

No sax on DOY, only strings (which are credited).King and Blake are credited on SSOH (if memory serves) and James King is credited on GC.

It does not sound like strings to me at all strangely enough. I can’t be the only one hearing a saxophone in the last part/outro of the song?

Are you sure you're not mixing it up with Get Close?

Depending On You

Drums: Steve Jordan
Bass: Andrew Watt
Acoustic guitar: Mick Jagger
Electric guitars: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards & Andrew Watt
Slide electric guitar: Ron Wood
Lead vocal: Mick Jagger
Background vocals: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ron Wood & Andrew Watt
Piano: Matt Clifford
Hammond organ: Benmont Tench
Percussion (incl. tambourine): Mick Jagger & Andrew Watt
String arrangement: Andrew Watt & David Campbell
Violins: Alyssa Park, Charlie Bisharat, Jennifer Takamatsu, Michele Richards, Philip Vaiman, Sara Perkins, Songa Lee & Tereza Stanislav
Violas: Luke Maurer & Tom Lea
Cellos: Jacob Braun & Paula Hochhalter

From timeisonourside.com

Re: Depending On You - Track Talk
Posted by: Bjorn ()
Date: February 4, 2024 20:37

Yes, there is a strange sound at the end - like a choir/string/organ-thing. Or like someone´s playing a comb...But obviously no sax.

Re: Depending On You - Track Talk
Posted by: Pelle ()
Date: February 4, 2024 20:41

No I am not mixing it up with Get Close. I can agree it sounds like a comb w paper or a kazoo but to me defenitly not strings or choir.

Re: Depending On You - Track Talk
Posted by: liddas ()
Date: February 5, 2024 16:15

At what minute?

All I hear is strings, piano, hammond, and, oof course bass and guitars.

C

Re: Depending On You - Track Talk
Posted by: LeonidP ()
Date: February 5, 2024 16:33

Yeah, must be the stings, I can see someone mistaking that for sax - but clearly not sax.

Re: Depending On You - Track Talk
Date: February 5, 2024 17:57

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At what minute?

All I hear is strings, piano, hammond, and, oof course bass and guitars.

C

Same here. However, when you first hear something, it's hard just to wipe it off.

For years I thought there was a synth ending Ronnie's solo on Shattered (the high pitched notes). After repeated listenings I finally realised it was a slide overdub by Ronnie smiling smiley

Re: Depending On You - Track Talk
Posted by: Pelle ()
Date: February 6, 2024 10:09

The end-part of the song. Starts at 3:30

Re: Depending On You - Track Talk
Date: February 6, 2024 10:31

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The end-part of the song. Starts at 3:30

Right channel 3:30: Multiple violins, playing the same notes. The mix is not very bright, and the effect of it all is a wee bit strange, imo. But definitely violins.

Re: Depending On You - Track Talk
Posted by: liddas ()
Date: February 6, 2024 16:53

The dolby atmos version has a better separation and a less compressed sound: 100% strings

C

Re: Depending On You - Track Talk
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: February 7, 2024 03:07

They let/allowed/implored Ronnie to sing back up vox?!!!?

Is he even audible? Haven't been able to hear him if he is.

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