THE EIGHTIES YEARS: ROLLING STONES COVERS, PART THREE (THE LAST OF THE GOOD YEARS)

Posted: September 28, 2007 by dillion in Uncategorized

Just a little bit left . . .

“Black and Blue” (1976) A significantly underrated Stones album.

Hey Negrita-Tupac vs. The Rolling Stones (mash up)

Some Girls (1978)

Miss You-The Concretes

Let There Be Rock/Miss You/Let There Be Rock-Drive-By Truckers

Before They Make Me Run-Patterson Hood

Beast of Burden-Pearl Jam

Beast of Burden-Alejandro Escoveda

Shattered-Patterson Hood

“Tattoo You” (1981)

Waiting on a Friend-Pearl Jam

Waiting on a Friend-Luna

I’m sure there’s lots I missed–I didn’t even post every single one I own, just the highlights. If you know of some I missed, toss ’em up in the comments!
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Comments
  1. iak says:

    nice! thanks. a few well known good ones that come to mind for me are Cat Power’s Satisfaction, Patti Smith’s Gimme Shelter, Iron & Wine and Calexico’s Wild Horses. I love the Prince Honky Tonk Woman in Part 2 – never would have seen it but it really works. Come to think of it though, Mick and Prince are similar in many ways……

  2. grim says:

    Very good. I’d recommend the Etta James version of Miss You on her ‘Matriarch of the Blues’ CD which also contains a cracking version of Dylan’s ‘Gotta Serve Somebody’.

    Thanks again.

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