Start Me Up - Various - Best Of Reggae Rocks
Label: Madacy Special Products - SS2 53984 • Series: Reggae Rocks • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock, Reggae • Style: Reggae-Pop, Lovers Rock, Pop Rock
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It has such a great rhythm, and the words are so great, and as a lyric writer that really resonates with me. But best of all is the way that Jagger jives with the melody. We [Buckcherry] liked Beast Of Burden so much that we did our own version on our covers record, Covers: Volume One [in ]. Start Me UpAuthor: Dave Ling.
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The layout of Pathé Marconi Studios in Paris for the Some Girls sessions, when 'Start Me Up' mutated from a reggae song into a rock & roll number. The PA was a Shure column with a small horn at the top and two bass units below, raised 7 feet into the air.
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Start Me Up was a reggae track to begin with, totally different. It was one of those things we cut a lot of times; one of those cuts that you can play forever and ever in the studio. It was one of those things we cut a lot of times; one of those cuts that you can play forever and ever in the studio.
There were hits after "Start Me Up," but at this remove, it's undeniable that this single was the last great Rolling Stones song. That is, it's a riff-rocker in the tradition of "Honky Tonk Women" or "Satisfaction," a tough little rock & roll song powered by one of Keith Richards ' trademark riffs and a solid Charlie Watts backbeat.
The Stones have had a fairly close relationship with reggae dating back to the early '70s, so it's not too far removed to hear some of Mick Jagger's melodies realized as such. As legend has it, "Start Me Up," the Stones' frequent barnburning show opener, began life as a reggae tune.6/
Medley: From “I Heard It Through the Grapevine” to “Up Around the Bend” (track 9) The Official BBC Children in Need Medley (track 17) Stars on Stevie (Stevie Wonder Medley) (track 10).