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Tuesday, August 18, 2020

The Rolling Stones - "Dandelion (Lyric Video)" [Rock & Alternative]

Dandelion (Lyric Video)

"Dandelion (Lyric Video)" music video by The Rolling Stones
Added: 18-08-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : The Rolling Stones - Dandelion (Lyric Video)

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

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"Dandelion" is a song by the English rock band the Rolling Stones, written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, and first released as a B-side to "We Love You" in August 1967. With lyrical references to British counting or nursery rhymes, it reached number eight on the UK Singles Chart and number 14 on the US Billboard 100 singles chart.

The first demo version of “Dandelion” was recorded in November 1966. Originally titled “Sometimes Happy, Sometimes Blue”, it had different lyrics and was sung and played by Keith Richards. On the released version, Mick Jagger sings the lead vocal.

The Rolling Stones have never performed "Dandelion" live; nonetheless it has been included on several compilations, including Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2), More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies), Singles Collection: The London Years, and Rolled Gold+: The Very Best of the Rolling Stones.

The original single release fades out with a brief section of the Nicky Hopkins piano intro from the A-side, “We Love You”. The coda is missing on most versions of “Dandelion” appearing on compilation albums, which include the song in a 3:32 edit, but it may be heard, for example, in the 3:48 version included on Singles Collection: The London Years and Through The Past, Darkly.

Tags : 1967, 60s, The Rolling Stones

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