Brian from Boston, MaIf you listen to the beginning of this song it has the same two chords as I want to hold your hand by the Beatles a C chord sliding into a D chord. This song came out when I was about 19 years old.I had been a stones fan but mostly a fan of their 60's and 70's music. It was nice to hear current music of theirs and this song really rocked. The steel wheels album was a really good record.
Michael from Costa Mesa, CaThis song was played alot on the radio here in the Los Angeles, California area in 1989..I was 14 when it came out
Tim from Long Island, NyThis song is in the key of C.
Ken from Louisville, KyThis song is from the Stones' Steel Wheels album which was the last recording ever at George Martin's AIR Studios in Montserrat before it was destroyed by Hurricane Hugo in 1989 (Martin, himself, had no involvement in the recording).
Eric from Hastings, Mnit's sweet... cool harmonies
Andrew from New York, United States"This is believed to be Mick Jagger's response to Keith Richard's solo track 'You Don't Move Me,' which was a dig on Mick." How do you figure that? By the time this song was written, Mick and Keith had buried the hatchet and were working together, remember? I think you are a little confused. It was a track on one of Mick's solo LPs, written during the same Stones hiatus that launched Keith's superior first solo effort, that was supposedly aimed at Keith. Although you are absolutely right that "You Don't Move Me" was aimed at Mick. Keith was furious at Mick for reneging on a promise to tour after the completion of the "Dirty Work" record, and for putting out a solo record when Keith felt Mick should have been concentrating on the Stones. He was particularly irritated when Mick cited not wanting to tour as a major cause of his doing the solo record, then promptly turned around and toured behind his solo record! The solo tour featured Long Island, NY guitar whiz Joe Satriani, and also Jimmy Ripp, who played Keith's parts on the Stones songs Mick's band played- presumably lead guitar virtuoso Satriani couldn't handle Keith's parts! The fact that Mick was touring behind his solo record but playing Stones songs was another thing that ticked Keith off; why not play those same songs on tour with the Stones?
Johnny from Los Angeles, CaWow. How long have the Stones been together. I bet no band will come close to being as popular for as long a time as the Stones.
Mike from Balitimore, MdThe melody in the verse bears a striking resemblance to Keith Richards' "Take It So Hard", from 1988's Talk Is Cheap.
Dave from Sydney, AustraliaHas also be interpreted by Richard's as "Mick's Demotion"
Mr. Chimp from Brno, Czech RepublicMaybe the only highlight of Steel Wheels album.
If counterpoint and polyrhythms are your thing, you might love these guys. Even by Progressive Rock standards, they were one of the most intricate bands of the '70s. Then their lead singer gave us Bon Jovi.
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