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Thursday, August 13, 2020

The Rolling Stones - "Ride On, Baby (Lyric Video)" [Rock & Alternative]

Ride On, Baby (Lyric Video)

"Ride On, Baby (Lyric Video)" music video by The Rolling Stones
Added: 13-08-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : The Rolling Stones - Ride On, Baby (Lyric Video)

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

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"Ride On, Baby" is a song by the English rock band the Rolling Stones. It was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards in 1965. It was first released as a single by Chris Farlowe in October 1966 and reached No. 31 on the British charts. The Rollings Stones' own version appeared a few months later on Flowers, an album released only in the US in June 1967. "Ride On, Baby" was not released in the UK until the No Stone Unturned compilation in October 1973. It was recorded during the Aftermath sessions in December 1965.

British singer Chris Farlowe recorded a version of "Ride On, Baby", produced by Mick Jagger, which was released in October 1966, almost 9 months before the Rolling Stones version. Despite the success of its predecessor "Out of Time", which reached number one, "Ride On Baby" did not even breach the top twenty, peaking at number 31 for two weeks in late 1966. It became his penultimate single release to reach the top 40, the later being "Handbags and Gladrags" in 1967. The track is included on his album The Art of Chris Farlowe.

Perhaps the song wasn't issued in the U.K. because it might have been being saved for Chris Farlowe, who covered a bunch of Rolling Stones songs on his singles and put "Ride On, Baby" on the A-side of a British 45 in October 1966, with Mick Jagger producing. Predictably, it was inferior to the Rolling Stones' version, with a poppier orchestral arrangement, a stop-start tempo not present in the Stones' arrangement in the verse, backup female singers, and a more strained vocal, though it did reach number 31 in the British charts.
—?Richie Unterberger, Ride On, Baby AllMusic review

Tags : 1967, 60s, The Rolling Stones

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