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Rolling Stones - Miss You (12" Disco Version) Жанр: Rock, Disco Год выпуска диска: 1978 Производитель диска: USA Аудио кодек: FLAC Тип рипа: tracks Битрейт аудио: lossless [b]Трэклист[/b]: 01 - Miss You (disco version) 8:34
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1. Inspiration and recording
"Miss You" was written by singer Mick Jagger jamming with keyboardist Billy Preston during rehearsals for the March 1977 El Mocambo club gigs
(yielding Side Three of the Love You Live album). Although guitarist Keith Richards is credited for co-writing, Jagger is generally regarded as the
Mick Jagger and Ron Wood insist that "Miss You" wasn't conceived as a disco song, while Keith Richards said "...Miss You was a damn good disco record,
it was calculated to be one." In any case, what was going on in discos did make it to the recording. Charlie Watts said that "A lot of those songs
like Miss You on Some Girls... were heavily influenced by going to the discos. You can hear it in a lot of those four-to-the-floor and the
Philadelphia-style drumming." For the bass part Bill Wyman started from Billy Preston's bass guitar on the song demo.. Chris Kimsey, who engineered
the recording of the song, said Wyman went "...to quite a few clubs before he got that bass line sorted out.", which Kimsey said "made that song."
Jagger sang a good part of the chorus using falsetto "ooh"s often in unison with harmonica, guitar, and electric piano.
Unlike most of Some Girls, "Miss You" features several studio musicians. In addition to Sugar Blue, who according to Ron Wood was found while busking
on the streets of Paris, Ian McLagan played understated Wurlitzer electric piano, and Mel Collins provides the saxophone solo for the instrumental
The 12 Inch version of the song runs over 8 minutes and features additional instrumentation and solos, particularly on guitar. It also contains an
additional set of lyrics in the second verse, after the line "Hey, lets go mess and fool around you know, like we used to".
* Mick Jagger - vocals 
* Charlie Watts - drums
* Bill Wyman - bass
* Keith Richards - guitar, background vocals
* Ron Wood - guitar, background vocals
* Ian McLagan - electric piano
* Mel Collins - saxophone
* Sugar Blue - harmonica
3. Release and aftermath
"Miss You" became The Stones' eighth number-one hit in the U.S. on its initial release in 1978. It reached number three in the UK. The song was
originally nearly nine minutes long, but was edited to four-and-a-half minutes for the album version, and to three-and-a-half minutes for the radio
single, although an eight-and-a-half minutes long "Special Disco Version" was also released on 12-inch single - featuring the track at its longest and
most complete. The B-side of the single was another album track, "Far Away Eyes", a tongue-in-cheek country and western tune sung by Jagger in a
A live recording was captured during the Stones' 1989-1990 Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle Tour and released on the 1991 live album Flashpoint. Justin
Timberlake collaborated with The Stones for a live performance of "Miss You" at the Toronto Rocks festival. Jagger ed the chorus of Timberlake's hit
"Cry Me a River" during the song's breakdown.
In 2004, Rolling Stone magazine rated "Miss You" number 496 in its list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.