BROWN SUGAR 「DESTINY」
Get sexy with a bombshell make-up look for your special sexy man! Hope you guys enjoy! Products used: -Too Faced Shadow Insurance – Rimmel Silver Moonlit -Avon Neutral tones Palette -Laura Geller pearl shimmer- Bianco -Coastalscents 10 blush palette -Victorias Secret Beauty Rush lipgloss- Taffy Go Lucky ♡Sigma Beauty Make Up! www.sigmabeauty.com ♡(NEW) Tumblr : enviiz.tumblr.com (NEW) Become a Fan: www.facebook.com Add me on Facebook www.facebook.com Follow me on Twitter www.twitter.com (NEW) Follow me at Beautylish.com: www.beautylish.com Music by: Sir Mustard – Medulla Download link :www.newgrounds.com
with Mick Taylor, live at the Marquee
North Sea Jazz Festival 2005
Slash en Lopez Tonight Show
♪♫♪ Brown Sugar – 1969 Demos & 1973 Live Muscle Shoals Sound Studios, Florence AL, USA Olympic Sound Studios, London December 1969 & April 1970 Live in Rotterdam 101473, 2nd show 16:9 HD Clip 6000kBitss Audio 320kBitss Mick Jagger – Lead Vocal, Castanets & Maracas Keith Richards – Acoustic & Electric Guitars, Harmony Vocal Mick Taylor – Electric Guitar Bill Wyman – Bass Charlie Watts – Drums Ian Stewart – Piano Jimmy Miller – Producer Jimmy Johnson – Chief Engineer (USA) Glyn & Andy Johns – Chief Engineers (UK) Jim Gamble – Sound Engineer (Live 1973) Original demos and live recording of this great song. I used live photos from their 1971 concert in Leeds UK for the demo, 1973 PacificEurope and 1972 US tour pics for the live version. Many of these rare photos were shot by fans! If youre able to keep yer feet still while listening to this, then youre deaf or you ave none! TRACK 01 – BROWN SUGAR (1969 DEMO) Early raw take that lasts here only 01.05 minute. Its taken from the 03.43 "Brown sugar, sure tastes good!" version. Jagger purrs at the intro! TRACK 02 – BROWN SUGAR (1969 DEMO) A version without the brass section but lots of castanets, great guitar picking on the right channel and three guitar solos. This mix is ready to press but it has never hit shelves of record stores. TRACK 03 – BROWN SUGAR (1973 LIVE) This is my fave live version, everybodys on the spot and Mick Taylor plays a demonic slide. Jagger sings "…just like a young BOY should" during the <b>…<b>
This song is played in open G tuning.
Bobby Keys, Rolling Stones saxophonist (the 6th Stone) played a one time gig with a Stones cover band at the Blue Moon Dueling Piano Bar in West Des Moines, Iowa on June 10, 2009. This gig was a dream come true for me as I have admired Bobbys sax skills since probably 1969. I shot a few songs on video with my Kodak digital camera and this is one of my favorites because I step right up to the stage in front of Bobby as he plays a solo.