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Tuesday, June 30, 2020

The Rolling Stones - "Play With Fire (Lyric Video)" [Rock & Alternative]

Play With Fire (Lyric Video)

"Play With Fire (Lyric Video)" music video by The Rolling Stones
Added: 30-06-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : The Rolling Stones - Play With Fire (Official Lyric Video)

“Play With Fire” by The Rolling Stones
Composers: Mick Jagger and Keith Richards

“Play With Fire (Official Lyric Video)”
Directed by: Lucy Dawkins and Tom Readdy at Yes Please Productions
Executive Producer: Julian Klein
Producer: Dina Kanner
(C) 2020 ABKCO Music & Records, Inc.

Music video by The Rolling Stones performing Play With Fire (Lyric Video). © 2020 ABKCO Music & Records, Inc.

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"Play with Fire" is a song by English rock band the Rolling Stones, originally released as B-side to the song "The Last Time". It was later included on the American release of their 1965 album Out of Our Heads.

"Play with Fire" is credited to Nanker Phelge, a pseudonym used when tracks were composed by the entire band, even though lead singer Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards are the only Rolling Stones to appear on the track. The song was recorded late one night in January 1965 while the Stones were in Los Angeles recording with Phil Spector at the RCA Studios. Richards performed the song's acoustic guitar opening while Jagger handled vocals and tambourine (enhanced using an echo chamber). Spector played bass (actually a tuned-down electric guitar), and Jack Nitzsche provided the song's distinctive harpsichord arrangement and tamtams. The Stones left for a tour of Australia the following day.

The song's lyrics talk of the singer's relationship with a high society girl, disparaging the lifestyle much in the same way that "19th Nervous Breakdown" would in a more up-tempo feel. The title refers to the idiom "If you play with fire, you will get burned."

In a 1995 interview with Jann Wenner for Rolling Stone, entitled "Jagger Remembers," Jagger said, "'Play with Fire' sounds amazing—when I heard it last. I mean, it's a very in-your-face kind of sound and very clearly done. You can hear all the vocal stuff on it. And I'm playing the tambourines, the vocal line. You know, it's very pretty." According to Richie Unterberger, a friend of the Stones wrote that an unreleased version of the song, entitled "Mess with Fire", was also recorded, featuring a much more upbeat, soul-oriented feel. However, the story is considered dubious by Unterberger.

Tags : 1965, 60s, The Rolling Stones

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