Rolling Stones - Carol (Rare 'Mono-to-Stereo' Mix 1964)


This Chuck Berry composition was released on the first Rolling Stones album in 1964. Musicians: Mick Jagger (vocal), Keith Richards (guitar), Brian Jones (guitar), Bill Wyman (bass), Charlie Watts (drums) and Ian Stewart (piano). Carol Writer: Chuck Berry Oh, Carol Don't let him steal your heart away I'm gonna learn to dance If it takes me all night and day Climb into my machine so we can groove on out I know some swinging little joint where we can jump and shout It's not too far back on the highway not so long a ride You park the car out in the open you can walk inside A little cutie takes your hat and you can thank her ma'am 'Cause every time you make the scene you find the joint is jammed Oh, Carol Don't let him steal your heart away I'm gonna learn to dance If it takes me all night and day Now, if you want to hear some music like the boys are playing Hold tight, bang your foot don't let it carry you away Don't let the heat overcome you when they play so loud Won't the music intrigue you when they get a crowd Well you can't dance I know you would you could I got my eyes on you, baby, cause you dance so good Oh, Carol Don't let him steal your heart away I'm gonna learn to dance If it takes me all night and day Oh, Carol Don't let him steal your heart away I've got to learn to dance If it takes me all night and day



Matt Padden
There are extra rhythm guitar phrases from Brian Jones in this version - and no piano whatsoever! Ian Stewart clearly didn't play on this...
anthonie biesheuvel
super
edsb23
You really got this one right.  Sounds great!  Thanks for posting.  EDB
walendxweg
Them salades Un must cover
Mark Wiley
Who did the hand claps on this recording? Absolutely great energy.
moondogaudio jones
Can you do Arthur Conley's 'Sweet Soul Music'?
Trekkie Junk
How did you do this? I've used Garage Band to manipulate things a bit on some mono tracks, or added reverb on dry recordings to give a fake stereo effect (with mixed results). But you seem to have discreet information on each side. How did you do it??
trfesok
Whose autograph is that?