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Cocksucker Blues

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  1. Kezahn
    Jun 19,  · 'COCKSUCKER BLUES' (UNRELEASED) Also known as 'Schoolboy Blues', 'Lonesome Schoolboy' Written by: Jagger/Richard Recorded: May , Rolling Stones Mobile, Stargoves, Newbury and Olympic Sound.
  2. Gakree
    "Schoolboy Blues" is a song by The Rolling Stones, commonly recognized by the name "Cocksucker Blues". The song is based on Dr. John's "The Lonesome Guitar Strangler", released on his album jackstochhemeparcong.guipesisobmicerfidasuthanswestre.infoinfo was written and played by Mick Jagger to be the Stones' final single for Decca jackstochhemeparcong.guipesisobmicerfidasuthanswestre.infoinfo Stones were leaving Decca and starting their own record label, but Decca claimed they .
  3. Fedal
    Cocksucker Blues USA, Directed by Robert Frank Rock critics, like film critics, abhor a narrative vacuum. Blues begets R&B begets rock n’ roll, which begets the British Invasion, and from there, it’s a multi-pronged evolution into hard rock, glam, punk, and onwards into a million sundry subgenres.
  4. Faetaur
    COCKSUCKER BLUES. This song was given to London/Decca Records in by the Stones for their final single that they owed the label. London/Decca refused to release it. It was released in in West Germany on the album The Rest of the Best as a bonus single, but then dropped from the album after just 4 weeks of it's release. Features only.
  5. Kazikree
    Notoriously blocked from official release, "Cocksucker Blues" follows the matured Rolling Stones at the peak of their onstage powers: the expansive tour, supporting the landmark "Exile on 50%.
  6. Vukora
    Jul 21,  · In “C—sucker Blues,” the Stones, along with a motley crew of musicians, technicians, and hangers-on that Jagger, at one point, exasperatedly refers to as those same 39 people he has to.
  7. Taujar
    Cocksucker_blues He is training me well. Now he just has to say the words "slave, ass up", and I will immediately walk over to the desk, bend over and present my .
  8. Fauran
    This fly-on-the-wall documentary follows the Rolling Stones on their North American Tour, their first return to the States since the tragedy at Altamont. Because of the free-form nature of filming, Cocksucker Blues captured band members and entourage members taking part in events the Rolling Stones preferred not to publicize/10().

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