Influences of the Rolling Stones
Bo Diddley - A Man Amongst Men: December 30, 1928 June 2, 2008
"The Originator" of the "Bo Diddley Beat". It can only be described in sound...
Rolling Stones Bo Diddley Covers
Pretty Thing, You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover, Crackin' Up (Live BBC 7/23/64 & El Mocambo 3/4/77), Road Runner, Doing The Crawdaddy (Live), Mona, Who Do You Love? (Live 11/25/94)
The "Roots of the Rolling Stones" are directly traced to Rhythm and Blues artist, The Country Blues, and the Chicago Blues sound. These were the earliest influences, but as time goes on so does the Stones' taste in music. Probably the most fascinating aspect of the band is it's ability to adapt to the trends of contemporary music. A chronology of influence by musical genre by decade:
1960's: Blues, Rhythm & Blues, Country Music, and Psychedelic
1970's: Funk, Reggae, Punk, and Disco!
1980's: Pop and Soul Music
1990's: Techno and Rap!
Ryland (Ry) Cooder
Ry Cooder is officially credited with playing mandolin on Love In Vain, slide guitar on Sister Morphine, as well as contributing to the soundtrack of "Performance". This includes the guitar work on Jagger's first solo effort: Memo From Turner. Cooder was a much heavier influence on the Stones than the credits might indicate. It's no coincidence that Richards real focus on open G tuning coincides with the Cooder's "Let It Bleed" session work with the Stones. There was friction between session man Cooder and Rolling Stone Richards which played out in Richards not showing up for "Let It Bleed" sessions. This ultimately led to studio jams with the Stones, Cooder, and Nicky Hopkins and a record documenting all this called "Jamming With Edward".
Link: The Gram Parsons Story
"With The Beatles"
I Wanna Be Your Man - 'B' Side To Second US Single - First US PS & "singles collection*the london years
"Robert Johnson - King Of The Delta Blues Singers"
Columbia Legacy CK 52944
Songs on this recording covered by The Stones:
Come On In My Kitchen - 1st Verse Sung by Mick Jagger in the movie "Performance"
Me And The Devil Blues - 1st Verse Sung by Mick Jagger in the movie "Performance"
32-20 Blues - Dallas June 24, 1972 Rehearsal & - Keith Richards rehearsal Cabo San Lucas, December 18, 1983
When You Got A Good Friend - Dallas June 24, 1972 Rehearsal
Hellhound On My Trail - "Steel Wheels" Rehearsal, Air Studios Monserrat Carribean, March 29 - May 5, 1989
"Robert Johnson - The Alternative Takes"
American Record Corporation ALB 1003 CD
Stop Breakin' Down Blues - "Exile On Main St."
Little Queen of Spades - Jagger rehearsal backstage MSG November 1969. Jagger lays it down with deft acoustic "double thumb" technique. Ike Turner can't pick-up the lick!
Love In Vain - "Let It Bleed", "Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!", & "Stripped"
Comment: Prior to the Box Set releases unauthorized recordings were the only way to get the alternate "back-up" takes of Johnson's recordings. This is also the means the Stones used to hear songs they recorded and played in 1969 prior to release of the second Columbia LP recording of "new sides".
Love In Vain was recorded by the Stones in sessions that took place between March 24-27, 1969 at Olympic Studios, in England. The song was released on December 5, 1969 on the "Let It Bleed" album and played live prior to the studio record release during the 1969 US Tour. It is a brilliant adaptation of a song written and performed by the legendary bluesman Robert Johnson. The Stones release of the song preceeds the Columbia release of additonal Johnson sides that came out on the LP "King Of The Delta Blues Singers Vol. II". Johnson originally recorded the song at The Blue Bonnet Hotel in San Antonio, Texas, in 1936. There are two takes of the Johnson song in existance.
"The Very Best Of John Lee Hooker"
Boogie Chillin' - Played live with John Lee Hooker and Eric Clapton On The "Steel Wheels Tour", Atlantic City, December 19, 1989.
"I'll Take You There"
Irma Thomas, 1964: Time Is On My Side - “12x5”, “Big Hits” (High Tide And Green Grass), “Milestones” LP, “Hot Rocks", & “Singles Collection-The London Years”
Marvin Gaye, 1963 (Holland, Dozier, Holland): Can I Get A Witness - "The Rolling Stones (& No. 1)"
Rufus Thomas, 1963: Walkin' The Dog - "The Rolling Stones (& No. 1)"
"Jimmy Reed At Carnegie Hall"
Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab/VeeJay Gold Ultradisc
Bright Lights Big City - IBC Studios, London, March 11, 1963
Baby What's Wrong - IBC Studios, London, March 11, 1963
Honest I Do - "The Rolling Stones (No. 1)" & "Hope Floats" Soundtrack; EMI Japan, 1995 source
The Sun Is Shinning - Played live at Altamont, December 6, 1969
"Jimmy Reed: Bright Lights, Big City (His Greatest Hits)"
Add to the above song list:
Ain't That Loving You Baby - Radio Luxembourg, April 1964
Shame, Shame, Shame - MRU rehearsal Rotterdam 1975. Played live at the "Double Door" Chicago, September 18, 1997
Comment: The only artist the Stones have covered who's original recordings they were NOT able to surpass!
"The Best Of Slim Harpo"
Hip-O Records HIPD-40072
I'm A King Bee - "The Rolling Stones (No. 1)"
Shake Your Hips - "Exile On Main St."
"The Very Best Of Solomon Burke"
Rhino Records R2 72972
Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Atlantic Single, June 1964) - "The Rolling Stones, Now!" & "No.2"
(Originally, different versions of the song for each of these releases)
If You Need Me (Atlantic, January 1962) - "12 X 5"
Cry To Me (Atlantic, June 1963) - "Out Of Our Heads"
Comment: Burke appears as a guest performer on the Licks Tour on November 4, 2002 at LA's Wiltern Theater. Clearly as a tribute to influence in the early years. This recording has the original mono 45 rpm versions, and not re-recorded versions that appeared on later LP releases. These are the ones the Stones played in hotel rooms on the road.
"Fred McDowell - Mississippi Delta Blues"
Arhoolie CD 304
You Gotta Move - "Sticky Fingers"
"Blues at Newport"
Vanguard VCD 115/16
Reverend Robert Wilkins: Prodigal Son (9:39) - "Beggars Banquet"
Comment: The "contemporary" version and specific performance that influenced the Stones cover
"Booker 'Bukka' White: Mississippi Blues"
Takoma Records CDP 72701
Shake 'em On Down - Mick Jagger Solo with The Red Devils
Comment: Bukka White was "rediscovered" by the late John Fahey. A virtuoso in his own right.
"Muddy Waters: The Best"
I Can't Be Satisfied - "More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Phased Cookies)", & UK "No. 2"
Still A Fool - Olympic Studios, May 1968, Mick Jagger Solo with The Red Devils, and Paradiso, Netherlands May 27, 1995
I Just Want To Make Love To You - "The Rolling Stones (No. 1)"
Mannish Boy - "Love You Live" El Mocambo Side
"The Best of Muddy Waters: 20th Century Masters"
Forty Days And Forty Nights - Mick Jagger Solo with The Red Devils
"Howlin' Wolf: The Best"
Evil - Mick Jagger Solo with The Red Devils. A Willie Dixon song.
The Red Rooster - "Now!" & UK "Big Hits". A Willie Dixon song.
"Chuck Berry - The Great - Twenty Eight"
Chess/MCA Records CHD-92500
You Can't Catch Me - "Rolling Stones Now"
Roll Over Beethoven - Saturday Club, March 8, 1964 (BBC), & Europe 1970 Tour
Reelin' & Rockin' - Chess Studios June 10-11, 1964
Sweet Little Sixteen - 1978 US Tour
Around And Around - "12 X 5", Top Gear July 17, 1964 (BBC)
Carol - "The Rolling Stones (No. 1)", Saturday Club, April 18, 1964 (BBC), & Live 1969 US Tour
Beautiful Delilah - Saturday Club, March 8, 1964 (BBC)
Memphis - Saturday Club, October 26, 1963 (BBC), Dallas June, 1972 Rehearsal
Sweet Little Rock And Roller - Played by Ron Wood with Rod Stewart on "Smiler" 1974
Little Queenie - "Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!"
Back In The USA - 1978 Rehearsal Session
Let It Rock - 1971 UK & 1978 US Tours
I'm Talking About You - "december's children (and everybody's)"
Bye Bye Johnny - Saturday Club, February 8, 1964 (BBC), 1972 US Tour, & "More Hot Rocks"
Come On - First Rolling Stones single UK, June 1963, & "More Hot Rocks"
Comment: The creator of the Rock 'n' Roll sound that the Rolling Stones would take to a level Berry could have never imagined. Influence is an understatement.
"Chuck Berry - Rock 'n Roll Rarities"
Run Rudolph Run - Released by Keith Richards on His First Solo Single, December 1978
Comment: Legitimate Outtakes, Alternate Takes, and Rarities
"The Best of Bo Diddley: 20th Century Masters"
MCA 088 112 163-2
Diddley Daddy - IBC Studios, London, March 11, 1963
Mona - UK "No. 1" & "Now!"
Crackin' Up - Top Gear July 23, 1964 (BBC) & "Love You Live" El Mocambo Side, March 4, 1977
Road Runner - IBC Studios, London, March 11, 1963
You Can't Judge A Book By It's Cover - Curly Clayton Sound Studios, October 26, 1962
"The Best of Bo Diddley"
Telstar Records TSD-3506
Pretty Thing - R.G. Jones Studio, London, England, April 16, 1963
Cops And Robbers - Blues In Rhythm, March 9, 1964 (BBC)
Who Do You Love? - Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, Florida, November 25, 1994 (Special Guest)
"The Buddy Holly Collection"
That'll Be The Day - Keith Richards rehearsal Cabo San Lucas, December 18, 1983
Not Fade Away - "The Rolling Stones (No. 1)" & "Stripped"
Oh Boy! - Keith Richards rehearsal Cabo San Lucas, December 18, 1983
Crying, Waiting, Hoping - Keith Richards solo rehearsal "The Wick"
Learning The Game - Keith Richards solo rehearsals
Well... All Right - Keith Richards rehearsal Cabo San Lucas, December 18, 1983
It's So Easy - Keith Richards rehearsal Cabo San Lucas, December 18, 1983
"Everly Brothers All-Time Greatest Hits"
Curb Records D2-77311
All I Have Do Is Dream -Sung by Keith Richards at Long View Farm May, 1981
Cathy's Clown - Keith Richards rehearsal Cabo San Lucas, December 18, 1983
Let It Be Me - Keith Richards rehearsal Cabo San Lucas, December 18, 1983
Comment: This label has the rights to the original recordings. The Everly's re-recorded these songs for other labels.
"Best of Everly Brothers Rare Solo Classics"
Curb Records D2-77472
Oh What A Feeling - Sung by Keith Richards at Long View Farm 1981. A Don Everly song.
Comment: The depth of Richards' record collecting is evidenced by the cover of this relatively obscure song. Richards' versions knock the original to pieces!
"Atlantic Rhythm & Blues 1947-1974 Volume 5"
Solomon Burke: If You Need Me - "12 X 5"
Rufus Thomas: Walkin' The Dog - "The Rolling Stones (No. 1)"
Don Covay: Mercy, Mercy - "Out Of Our Heads" & Live at Hyde Park July 5, 1969
The Drifters: Under The Boardwalk - "12 X 5"
Otis Redding: I've Been Loving You Too Long - "Got Live If You Want It!" & Bonus Track on "More Hot Rocks" ABKCO Remastered Series
Sam & Dave: Hold On I'm Coming - Surrey Rehearsals, England, March, 1968
Comment: A treasure trove of early influences, and ultimately the label behind Rolling Stones Records.
"Hank Williams Jr.: Your Cheatin' Heart"
Rhino Movie Music R2 72733
I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You) - Recorded as a falsetto vocal by Jagger and also as a fully arranged instrumental version. Never commercially released.
You Win Again - Recorded at Paris Some Girls Sessions
"Eddie Cochran Greatest Hits"
Curb Records D2-77371
C'mon Everybody - Instrumental rehearsal at Bearsville, Woodstock, May, 1978
Summertime Blues - 1978 Tour Rehearsals & - Keith Richards rehearsal Cabo San Lucas, December 18, 1983
Somethin' Else - Rehearsed at Bearsville, Woodstock, May, 1978. Played live by Keith Richards with The X-pensive Winos
Twenty Flight Rock - "Still Life (American Concert 1981)"
Cut Across Shorty - Played by Ron Wood with Rod Stewart "Gasoline Alley" 1970
"My Girl: The Very Best Of The Temptations"
Motown/UTV Records 440 017 298-2
My Girl - US "Flowers". A Smokey Robinson song
Ain't Too Proud To Beg - "It's Only Rock 'n Roll"
I Wish It Would Rain - Played by Ron Wood with Rod Stewart/Faces "Coast to Coast: Overture and Beginners" 1973
(I Know) I'm Losing You - Played by Ron Wood with Rod Stewart "Every Picture Tells A Story" 1971
I Can't Get Next To You - Played live 1994 US Tour
Just My Imagination - "Some Girls"
Papa Was A Rolling Stone - The undisputed inspiration for Out Of Control, "Bridges To Babylon"
"The Definitive Don Covay"
Razor & Tie RE 2053
Mercy Mercy - "Out Of Our Heads", & Live at Hyde Park July 5, 1969
"Ray Sharpe: The Golden Age Of American Rock 'n' Roll"
Ace Records CDHD 500
Linda Lu - Recorded by The Rolling Stones at Pathe Marconi Studios, Winter 1978
"Ultimate Rock 'n Roll Time Capsule"
Martha & The Vandellas: Heat Wave - Rehearsed with the MRU at Rotterdam, Netherlands February 1975. With Jeff Beck.
"Rock & Roll Originators"
Tommy Tucker: Hi Heel Sneakers - Chess Studios, Chicago, IL, June 11, 1964 (2:58).
Dale Hawkins: Suzie-Q - "12 X 5" and "No. 2".
Muddy Waters: Hoochie Coochie Man - Muddy Waters live vocal with Mick Jagger and Keith Richards at the Checkerboard Lounge, Chicago, IL, November 22, 1981 (4:38).
Bo Diddley: Who Do You Love - Live with Bo Diddley Joe Robbie Stadium, Miami, November 25, 1994 (3:53).
Little Walter: Key To The Highway - Rolling Stones Rehearsals, Burnet Recording Studio, Dallas, Texas, June 23, 1972, Keith Richards, Long View Farm 1981, Played Live by The New Barbarians 1979, Keith Richards vocal w/Mick Taylor at the Lone Star Cafe, New York City, December 28, 1986 (9:29).
"The Very Best Of Ray Charles"
Rhino Records R2 79822
(Night Time Is) The Right Time - Played Live on US 2005 Tour.
The song was originally written and performed by 1930's Blues pianist Roosevelt Sykes & released on Decca records.
"The Very Best Of Otis Redding"
Rhino Records R271147
Pain In My Heart (Neville), Single Released October 1963 - "The Rolling Stones, Now!"
That's How Strong My Love Is (Jamison), Single Released December 1964 - "Out Of Our Heads"
I've Been Loving You Too Long (Redding/Butler) - "Got Live If You Want It!", "More Hot Rocks" SACD version, & "For Collector's Only" German LP.
I Can't Turn You Loose (Redding/Cropper/Robinson) - Played Live on US 2002 Tour
Mr. Pitiful (Cropper/Redding), Single Released December 1964 - Played Live on US 2005 Tour
Satisfaction (Jagger/Richard) Released February 1966 - Live versions played by the Stones in 1969 and 1972 with Stevie Wonder were heavily influenced by this cover version by Redding. Jagger has commented on his particular favor of this version of the song over the years.
Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song) - Played Live Chicago, Illinois July 24, 1975
"Bobby Womack: Greatest Hits"
It's All Over Now - "12 X 5"
Comment: Bobby, good friend of Ronnie Wood made a significant contribution on the "Dirty Work" album, most notably on Harlem Shuffle and the unreleased Invitation jam.
"Stevie Wonder: For Once In My Life"
Motown Records 3746352342
I Don't Know Why - "Metamorphosis"
Comment: The Stones were recording this song with new guitarist Mick Taylor when they were informed of the death of founding member Brian Jones.
"Smokey Robinson And The Miracles Greatest Hits Vol. 2"
Motown Records 3746352102
Going To A Go-Go - "Still Life (American Concert 1981)". Played Live US Tour 1981, Europe 1982, and US Tour 2002
Tracks Of My Tears - Recorded by The Rolling Stones RCA Studios, Hollywood, March 1966 (Not released)
"James Brown: 40th Anniversary Collection"
I'll Go Crazy - A Federal single released in 1960 and played live by the Stones on the Europe 2007 Tour.
Get Up I Feel Like Being A Sex Machine - The undisputed inspiration for Sex Drive, "Flashpoint"
Comment: Check out Jagger nicking Brown's dance moves on the TAMI show! The Brown title was released as a single in 1970, it reached #2 on the R&B charts.
"Bob Dylan: Highway 61 Revisited"
Columbia CK 9189
Like A Rolling Stone - "Stripped" 1995
It A Takes A Lot To Laugh, It Takes A Train To Cry - Mick Jagger Piano Solo, "The Wick" 1994
"Marvin Gaye: Trouble Man"
Motown Records 3746352412
Trouble Man - Mick Jagger Piano/Keith Richards Guitar (Take 2), "The Wick" 1994
"Ramblin' Jack Elliott: South Coast"
Red House Records RHR CD 59, Released 1995
Cocaine Blues - Keith Richards Vocal/Guitar, "The Wick" 1994
Comment: Keith mentions Jack's version in the studio. It is also rumored that Dylan's version from the Gaslight Tapes outtakes has more Elliott influence than that of the original author of the song country bluesman, Reverend Gary Davis.
"O'Jays: Love Train"
Epic/Legacy ZK 66114
Love Train - Played live on the 2002 US Tour!
"Jimmy Cliff The Harder They Come"
Mango/Island Records 162-539 202-2, Released 1972
The Harder They Come - Keith Richards Solo Single Release December, 1978
Comment: A Landmark Reggae Recording!
"Bob Marley - Legend"
Island Records, 1984
Get Up Stand Up - Played Live on US 2005 Tour
"Black Uhuru - Guess Who's Coming To Dinner"
Heart Beat/Rounder Records CD HB-18, Released 1987!
Shine Eye Gal - Maybe Keith Richards jammed on this one in Jamaica, 1979.
Comment: First heard on the classic "In Tune With Jam" 2LP around 1981.
"Eric Donaldson - Love Of The Common People"
Jamaican Gold JMC 200.116
Cherry Oh Baby - "Black And Blue"
"Half Pint - legal we legal"
Artist Only! Records AOR-8, 1998
Too Rude - "Dirty Work" 1986
Comment: Liner notes: "Thanks You's & Shout Outs to: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards for the great interpretation of Too Rude...". This guy plays with Sly & Robbie!
Influences of the Rolling Stones Compilation CD's
"Rolling Stones' Jukebox"
Chrome Dreams Records - UK
Rollin' Stone 3:06 Muddy Waters/I Just Wanna Make Love To You 2:50 Muddy Waters/Juke Jacobs 2:43 Little Walter/Ain't That Loving You Baby 2:17 Jimmy Reed/Smokestack Lighting 3:03 Howlin' Wolf/Dimples 2:12 John Lee Hooker/Dust My Broom 2:48 Elmore James/No Money Down 2:57 Chuck Berry/Cops And Robbers 3:25 Bo Diddley/Flamingo 2:39 Earl Bostic/Koko 2:56 Charley Parker/Drums 5:35 Charles Mingus/Three O' Clock Blues 3:05 B.B. King/Chicken Shack Boogie 2:49 Amos Milburn/Mystery Train 2:27 Little Junior Parker/Love In Vain 2:32 Robert Johnson/Yo Yo Blues 2:57 Barbecue Bob/Long Tall Sally 2:10 Little Richard/Rocket 88 (The First Rock 'n' Roll Song?-1951) 2:50 Jackie Brenston and his Delta Cats/Night Time Is The Right Time 2:49 Roosevelt Sykes/I'm Moving On 2:28 Hank Snow/You Win Again 2:36 Hank Snow/Aberdeen Mississippi Blues 2:36 Bukka White/You Can't Catch Me 2:44 Chuck Berry/Diddley Daddy 2:27 Bo Diddley
"Stone Rock Blues"
Chess/MCA Records, 1994
Carol 2:49 - Chuck Berry/Look What You've Done - Chuck Berry 2:23/Little Queenie 2:43 - Chuck Berry/Mona 2:21 - Bo Diddley/You Better Move On 2:45 - Arthur Alexander/Around And Around 2:40 - Chuck Berry/I Just Want To Make Love To You 2:51 - Muddy Waters/Little Red Rooster 2:28 - Howlin' Wolf/You Can't Catch Me 2:43 - Chuck Berry/Not Fade Away 2:22 - Buddy Holly/Come On 1:49 - Chuck Berry/Susie Q 2:14 - Dale Hawkins/Crackin' Up 2:06 - Bo Diddley/Mannish Boy 2:56 - Muddy Waters/I'm Talking About You 1:50 - Chuck Berry/I Can't Be Satisfied 2:44 - Muddy Waters/Bye Bye Johnny 2:05 - Chuck Berry/Rollin' Stone 3:05 - Muddy Waters
"Artist's Choice: Rolling Stones"
Papa's Got A Brand New Band-James Brown/I'm Still In Love With You-Al Green/I Can't Turn You Loose-Otis Redding/Still A Fool-Muddy Waters/32-20 Blues-Robert Johnson/C'mon Everybody-Eddie Cochran/The Girl Can't Help It-Little Richard/Flamingo-Earl Bostic/Jail Bait-Andre Williams/If You Want Me To Stay-Sly & Family Stone/In A Dis A Time-The Itals/By Your Side-Sade/Until You Come Back To Me-Aretha Franklin/This Old Heart Of Mine Is Weak-The Isley Brothers/You Shook Me-Muddy Waters/I Just Wasn't Made For These Times-The Beach Boys
Quiz Of The Day: Which Stones picked which songs?
"Artist's Choice: Ad"
"The Devil's Music"
Down The Road Apiece 2:56 - Amos Milburn/Rocket 88 2:47 - Jackie Brenston/Preachin' Blues (Up Jumped The Devil) 2:49 - Robert Johnson/Rollin' Stone 3:04 - Muddy Waters/Goin' Away Baby 2:40 - Jimmy Rogers/The Midnight Special 3:02 - Leadbelly/Okie Dokie Stomp 4:05 - Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown/Ay-Te Te Fee 2:39 - Clifton Chenier/Mardi Gras In New Orleans 2:50 - Professor Longhair and His Shuffling Hungarians/Good Golly Miss Molly 2:08 - Little Richard/He's Funny That Way 2:37 - Billie Holiday/I'm In The Mood 3:04 - John Lee Hooker/Jah Is Mighty 2:24 - Bob Marley & The Wailers/You Win Again 2:34 - Hank Williams/I Can't Believe What You Say 1:59 - Ike & Tina Turner/Everyday I Have The Blues 2:46 - B.B. King/(They Call It) Stormy Monday 2:59 - T-Bone Walker/Moanin' At Midnight 2:39 - Howlin' Wolf /Talkin' To Your Mama 3:05 - Blind Willie McTell/Bon Ton Roulet 2:49 - Clarence 'Bon Ton' Barlow/Tell It Like It Is 2:39 - Aaron Neville/That's What The Blues Is All About 3:49 - -Albert King/Ruler Of My Heart 2:32 Irma Thomas/Pain In My Heart (Alt. Take) 2:20 - Otis Redding/Baby, Scratch My Back 3:01 - Booker T. & The MG's/Take Me To The River 4:23 - Al Green
"The Devil's Jukebox"
Dust My Broom 2:54 - Elmore James/Bright Lights, Big City 2:39 - Jimmy Reed/Bo Diddley 2:20 - Buddy Holly/Baby Please Don't Go 2:46 - Big Joe Williams/Whoopin' The Blues 2:42 - Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee/Born Under A Bad Sign 3:26 - Albert King/My Baby Walked Off 2:57 - Howlin' Wolf/It's All Over Now 2:50 - Bobby Womack/I Got My Mojo Working 3:48 - Muddy Waters/It's Gonna Work Out Fine 2:35 - Ike & Tina Turner/Love In Vain 2:20 - Robert Johnson/You Can Make It If You Try 2:06 - Gene Allison/Key To The Highway 3:02 - Big Bill Broonzy/This Is Hip 2:29 - John Lee Hooker/Bo Diddley 2:31 - Art Neville & The Meters
Instant/Charly Records CD INXS 5016
Come On - Chuck Berry/The Red Rooster - Howlin' Wolf/Fortune Teller - Benny Spellman/I Just Want To Make Love To You - Muddy Waters/Road Runner - Bo Diddley/Down Home Girl - Alvin Robinson/Bright Lights Big City - Jimmy Reed/Down The Road Apiece - Chuck Berry/Around And Around - Chuck Berry/Ruler Of My Heart - Irma Thomas (The original version of Pain In My Heart! - Originally written by Allen Toussaint under the pen name of Naomi Neville)/I Can't Be Satisfied - Muddy Waters/Fannie Mae - Buster Brown/Cops And Robbers - Bo Diddley/Down In The Bottom - Howlin' Wolf/You Can't Catch Me - Chuck Berry/Diddley Daddy - Bo Diddley/I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man - Muddy Waters/Honest I Do - Jimmy Reed/How Many More Years - Howlin' Wolf/You Can Make It If You Try - Gene Allison/Route 66 - Chuck Berry/Carol - Chuck Berry/Mona - Bo Diddley/Susie Q - Dale Hawkins/Pretty Thing - Bo Diddley/Got My Mojo Working - Muddy Waters/It's All Over Now - Bobby Womack
"You Can Make It If You Try"
Connoisseur Collection VSOP CD 296
Not Fade Away - Buddy Holly/Route 66 - Chuck Berry (Originally written by Bobby Troup for Nat King Cole in 1946)/Mona - Bo Diddley/Bright Lights Big City - Jimmy Reed/I'm A King Bee - Slim Harpo/Poison Ivy - Coasters/Come On - Chuck Berry/Can I Get A Witness - Marvin Gaye/You Can Make It If You Try - Gene Allison/Around And Around - Chuck Berry/Walking The Dog - Rufus Thomas/Hoochie Coochie Man - Muddy Waters/Time Is On My Side - Irma Thomas/Mercy Mercy - Don Covay/Little Red Rooster - Howlin' Wolf/Down Home Girl - Alvin Robinson/Suzie Q - Dale Hawkins/Cherry Oh Baby - Eric Donaldson/Just My Imagination - Temptations
"The Roots of Stone"
Universal Music UICY-4103, Japan
Hi Heel Sneakers 2:51 - Tommy Tucker/Can I Get A Witness 2:49 - Marvin Gaye/Not Fade Away 2:22 - Buddy Holly/Route 66 2:47 - Chuck Berry/I Just Want To Make Love To You 2:51 Muddy Waters/Mona 2:23 - Bo Diddley/Come On 1:50 - Chuck Berry/Money 2:37 - Barrett Strong/Around And Around 2:41 Chuck Berry/Suzie Q 2:18 - Dale Hawkins/I Know (I'm Alright) 4:07 - Bo Diddley/The Red Rooster 2:27 - Howlin' Wolf/Rollin' Stone 3:08 Muddy Waters/You Can't Catch Me 2:44 - Chuck Berry/Hitch Hike 2:31 - Marvin Gaye/Little Queenie 2:42 - Chuck Berry/I Don't Know Why 2:47 - Stevie Wonder/Manish Boy 2:57 - Muddy Waters/Going To A Go-Go 2:50 - Smokey Robinson & The Miracles/Just My Imagination 3:51 - The Temptations
"A Tribute To The Rolling Stones"
Big Eye Music BIG 4235-2
Little Red Rooster 4:35 - Howlin' Wolf/Roadrunner 3:27 - Bo Diddley/Going To A Go-Go 3:00 - The Miracles/My Girl 3:00 - Billy Preston/Under The Boardwalk 2:36 - The Drifters/I've Been Loving You Too Long 3:46 - Ike & Tina Turner/If You Need Me 2:36 - Wilson Pickett
Off The Hook 2:31 - Sly Stone & The Mojo Men/Satisfaction 3:37 - Buddy Guy & Junior Wells/Jumpin' Jack Flash 3:37 - Red Hearts/Honky Tonky Woman 4:11 - Mott The Hoople/Gimme Shelter 4:40 - Lips N' Fix/Angie 4:43 - Fade To Blue/Brown Sugar 3:51 - Star Sucks/As Tears Go By 2:36 - Johnny Thunder
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