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Topic: Exile Complete Credits (and links for others) Return to archive
03-08-02 09:19 PM
Soldati Bill Wyman "Desconection" Examples:

Exile: Bill play in only 5 songs (Loving Cup not is confirmed)

Goats Head Soup: His most impresive disconection: only play in 4 songs (100 Years Ago, Angie, Hide Your Love and Star Star)

Here The Complete Credits Of Exile:

Rocks Off
Drums: Charlie Watts
Bass: Bill Wyman
Electric guitars: Keith Richards & Mick Taylor
Lead vocal: Mick Jagger
Background vocals: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards
Piano: Nicky Hopkins
Saxophone: Bobby Keys
Trumpet and/or trombone: Jim Price
Tambourine: Mick Jagger

Rip This Joint
Drums: Charlie Watts
Upright acoustic bass: Bill Plummer
Electric guitars: Keith Richards & Mick Taylor
Lead vocal: Mick Jagger
Background vocals: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards
Piano: Nicky Hopkins
Saxophone: Bobby Keys
Trumpet and/or trombone: Jim Price

Shake Your Hips
Percussion: Charlie Watts
Bass: Bill Wyman
Electric guitars: Keith Richards (incl. solo) & Mick Taylor
Vocal: Mick Jagger
Piano: Ian Stewart
Harmonica: Mick Jagger
Saxophone: Bobby Keys

Casino Boogie
Drums: Charlie Watts
Bass: Keith Richards
Rhythm electric guitars: Keith Richards
Slide electric guitar: Mick Taylor
Lead electric guitar: Mick Taylor
Lead vocals: Mick Jagger
Harmony vocal: Keith Richards
Electric piano: Nicky Hopkins
Saxophone: Bobby Keys

Tumbling Dice
Drums: Charlie Watts & Jimmy Miller
Bass: Mick Taylor
Electric guitars: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards (incl. solo)
Lead vocal: Mick Jagger
Harmony vocal: Keith Richards
Background vocals: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Clydie King, Venetta Field (+ ?)
Piano: Nicky Hopkins
Saxophone: Bobby Keys
Trumpet and/or trombone: Jim Price

Sweet Virginia
Drums: Charlie Watts
Acoustic guitars: Keith Richards & Mick Taylor
Lead vocal: Mick Jagger
Background vocals: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards (+ unknowns)
Harmonica: Mick Jagger
Piano: Ian Stewart
Saxophone: Bobby Keys
Handclaps: ---

Torn and Frayed
Drums: Charlie Watts
Bass: Mick Taylor
Acoustic guitar: Keith Richards
Electric guitar: Keith Richards
Pedal steel guitar: Al Perkins
Lead vocal: Mick Jagger
Harmony vocal: Keith Richards
Background vocals: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards
Piano: Nicky Hopkins
Organ: Jim Price

Sweet Black Angel
Acoustic guitars: Keith Richards
Lead vocal: Mick Jagger
Harmony vocal: Keith Richards
Harmonica: Mick Jagger
Marimbas: Richard Didymus Washington
Percussion: Jimmy Miller

Loving Cup
Drums: Charlie Watts
Bass: Bill Wyman (or Mick Taylor)
Acoustic guitar: Keith Richards
Electric guitar: Keith Richards
Lead vocal: Mick Jagger
Harmony vocal: Keith Richards
Backing vocals: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards
Piano: Nicky Hopkins
Saxophone: Bobby Keys
Trumpet and/or trombone: Jim Price
Maracas: Jimmy Miller
Handclaps: ---

Happy
Drums: Jimmy Miller
Bass: Keith Richards
Electric guitars (incl. slide): Keith Richards & Mick Taylor
Lead vocals: Keith Richards & Mick Jagger
Background vocals: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards
Piano: Nicky Hopkins
Saxophone: Bobby Keys
Trumpet and/or trombone: Jim Price
Maracas: Bobby Keys

Turd on the Run
Drums: Charlie Watts
Upright acoustic bass: Bill Plummer
Electric guitars: Keith Richards & Mick Taylor
Lead vocals: Mick Jagger
Background vocals: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards
Harmonica: Mick Jagger
Piano: Nicky Hopkins
Maracas: Bobby Keys

Ventilator Blues
Drums: Charlie Watts
Bass: Bill Wyman
Electric guitars: Mick Taylor (incl. slide & solos) & Keith Richards
Vocals: Mick Jagger
Piano: Nicky Hopkins
Saxophone: Bobby Keys
Trumpet and/or trombone: Jim Price

I Just Want to See His Face
Drums: Charlie Watts
Bass: Mick Taylor
Upright acoustic bass: Bill Plummer
Lead vocal: Mick Jagger
Background vocals: Clydie King, Venetta Field & Jesse Kirkland
Electric piano: Keith Richards
Maracas: Jimmy Miller
Handclaps: ---

Let It Loose
Drums: Charlie Watts
Bass: Bill Wyman
Electric guitar: Keith Richards
Lead vocals: Mick Jagger
Background vocals: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Tamiya Lynn, Shirley Goodman,
Dr. John, Clydie King, Venetta Field & Joe Green
Piano: Nicky Hopkins
Mellotron: Nicky Hopkins
Saxophone: Bobby Keys
Trumpet and/or trombone: Jim Price

All Down the Line
Drums: Charlie Watts
Upright acoustic bass:Bill Plummer
Rhythm electric guitars: Keith Richards
Slide electric guitar: Mick Taylor
Lead vocal: Mick Jagger
Background vocals: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards & Kathi McDonald (+ ?)
Piano: Nicky Hopkins
Saxophone: Bobby Keys
Trumpet and/or trombone: Jim Price
Maracas: Jimmy Miller

Stop Breaking Down
Drums: Charlie Watts
Bass: Bill Wyman
Rhythm electric guitar: Mick Jagger
Slide electric guitar: Mick Taylor
Lead vocal: Mick Jagger
Harmonica: Mick Jagger
Piano: Ian Stewart

Shine a Light
Drums: Jimmy Miller
Bass: Mick Taylor
Electric guitar: Mick Taylor
Lead vocals: Mick Jagger
Background vocals: Clydie King, Joe Green, Venetta Field & Jesse Kirkland
Piano: Billy Preston
Organ: Billy Preston

Soul Survivor
Drums: Charlie Watts
Bass: Keith Richards
Rhythm electric guitars: Keith Richards
Slide electric guitar: Mick Taylor
Lead vocals: Mick Jagger
Background vocals: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards
Piano: Nicky Hopkins
Tambourine: Jimmy Miller

For More Information About All The Credits Of The Stones Songs, here the links:

http://www.mlink.net/~ian/track63-66.html
http://www.mlink.net/~ian/track67-72.html
http://www.mlink.net/~ian/track73-82.html
http://www.mlink.net/~ian/track83-01.html
03-08-02 09:39 PM
Soldati Additional:

Bill Wyman apearences on "Dirty Work":
He play in 3 songs of 10...

"One Hit" - Bass
"Harlem Shuffle" - Bass
and "Dirty Work" - Bass
03-08-02 09:50 PM
yellow1 Thanks for the reminder about this site !
It's really well researched.
I think "Wish I'd Never Met You" was recorded in 1982 or 1985 in Paris though. Actually I think it's 1985.

Also, you give sources for some instrumentation (i.e Keith talking about Winter, etc...) but in other cases don't. Could you elaborate ? I mean for Dirty Work, I know for a fact that Bill was in the studio pretty much all the time, at least in at Pathe Marconi, so it's a bit strange to see him only get 3 credits !
[Edited by yellow1]
03-09-02 04:56 AM
robbluedog I have a feeling some of the credits given on those sites listing who did what are not entirely accurate. For instance I think that Bill played the bass on 'Winter' and Jagger and Mick Taylor did all the guitars. I don't think Keith features on 'Winter' at all.

During the 'Dirty work' period the band were not great friends apparantly. So Bill was not around as much as ronnie for instance. And I'm not sure that Charlie Watts was around for the completion of the 'Dirty Work' album much either. Didn't Charlie end up out of it and replaced by people like Anton Fig?
03-10-02 01:44 AM
yellow1 "During the 'Dirty work' period the band were not great friends apparantly. So Bill was not around as much as ronnie for instance. And I'm not sure that Charlie Watts was around for the completion of the 'Dirty Work' album much either. Didn't Charlie end up out of it and replaced by people like Anton Fig?"

That was in New-York I believe when they mixed/overdubbed it through the summer, fall and winter...shows how bad it was I guess !
In Paris during the actual recording sessions, one of my cousins frequently had dinner with them being present at the Val d'Isere across fromt the Warwick hotel and he remembers seeing all 5 Stones together most of the time.
03-10-02 03:42 AM
Chris Diemoz Hi everyone,

Oh, the Val d'Isère, on the Champs Elysées... You can't
imagine how sick my heart was when i saw what they did to
that restaurant, turning it into "The Impala Lounge". I
doubt we'll ever see the guy inside there once again.

Cheers,
Chris
03-10-02 06:01 AM
beer I still don't believe that Jagger played a guitar on Tumbling Dice.
03-10-02 02:38 PM
Im_Shattered someone has alot of time on there hands...
03-10-02 03:34 PM
Joey How come you never mentioned that Mick Taylor wrote most of " Exile " ?????????

I believe Taylor received partial writing credit on only one song ( Ventilator Blues )

Oh , the horror

The horror ..............
03-10-02 06:04 PM
Gazza >Oh, the Val d'Isère, on the Champs Elysées... You can't
imagine how sick my heart was when i saw what they did to
that restaurant, turning it into "The Impala Lounge". I
doubt we'll ever see the guy inside there once again.

Agh "merde"!!..another one of the great Paris "Stones sites" gone! I met Bobby Keys just directly across the street from there,in the Hotel Warwick on the afternoon of the 2nd Paris show in 1995..isnt that restaurant actually just OFF the Avenue Champs Elysees (Rue Berri if my memory is right..?)

03-10-02 06:28 PM
robbluedog "That was in New-York I believe when they mixed/overdubbed it through the summer, fall and winter...shows how bad it was I guess ! ......"

Only Keith and Ronnie seem to go the distance, with a yelping Mick quickly overdubbing his vocal parts and getting the hell out ASAP. The rest of the instrumental parts seems to be by the session musos.

"In Paris during the actual recording sessions, one of my cousins frequently had dinner with them being present at the Val d'Isere across fromt the Warwick hotel and he remembers seeing all 5 Stones together most of the time......."

That may well be the case but all 5 Stones are not together hardly any of the time on the finished 'Dirty Work' album.

So it begs the question - what happened to the stuff they did do together?

03-10-02 06:50 PM
Stonesmillenium2001 another inaccuracy that may be on the site is i read somewhere that the song Shine a Light was in the recording before Mick Taylor joined. So Keith had to play on the song.
03-11-02 03:17 AM
Chris Diemoz > Agh "merde"!!..another one of the great Paris "Stones sites" gone! I met Bobby Keys just directly across the street from there,in the Hotel Warwick on the afternoon of the 2nd Paris show in 1995..isnt that restaurant actually just OFF the Avenue Champs Elysees (Rue Berri if my memory is right..?)

Yeah Gazza, i wrote Champs Elysees to make it wordly understandable. To reach the actual "Impala Lounge" you've to walk along the Champs, looking to the Arc de Triomphe, then when you're quite at the end of the Avenue, you turn right and you have the street with the Hotel Warwick and what is now the "Val d'Isère". I can't remember the name, but it could be rue Berri.

Cheers,
Chris
03-11-02 03:26 AM
fmk438j They could have included one ofthe backing vocs on Sweet Virginia as being MT, as stated by him in mojo recently.
03-11-02 05:34 PM
robbluedog Re: Exile. It pays to remember that about a third of the material that is on the Exile album was from sessions other than those recorded at Nellcote.

For instance: 'Sweet Black Angel' was done at Stargroves; 'Stop breaking down' during 1970 at Olympic; 'Torn and frayed' also from 1970, done somewhere else as well.

I think maybe 'Shine a light' might be another one of those? The line up of Jagger, Taylor, Preston and Jimmy Miller completed that one. It seemed to be happenning a lot around this time, Mick working seperately from Keith.

Apart from 'Shine a light', I can think of 'Stop breaking down', 'Sway', 'Moonlight mile', '100 years ago', 'Hide your love', and 'Winter'.

Like someone once said, the Rolling Stones are whoever happens to be around at the time!

03-12-02 12:50 PM
Cardinal Ximinez Yeah, Exile may be the start of the whole Mick and Keith working together, but seperate, started to happen...

Keith was way into junk, and Mick was way into Bianca...and Bianca didn't even want to be in the same house as Keith...Then the album became one of the greatest albums ever made...So the Gilmmers think, "Oye, this worked well then, dinnit! " So then there starts the "Glimmer Twins" but apart period....

Maybe Bianca was actually like Yoko, except with the good sense to not try to sing!


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