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Topic: Mick and Keith on new Peter Wolf album Return to archive
08-13-02 04:30 AM
Rolling Hansie Mick Jagger and Keith Richards play on new Peter Wolf album Sleepless.
Mick sings on Nothing But The Wheel.
Real Audio file on http://www.artemisrecords.com/wolf_samples.aspx

Keith sings on Too Close Together.

Peter Wolf writes about this cooperation on http://www.artemisrecords.com/wolf_bio.aspx?abbr=wolf

NOTHING BUT THE WHEEL

This was originally a ballad that I first heard as a demo and it always reminded me of something that could have been a track on the Stones "Exile On Main Street" record.

It really meant a lot to me when Mick offered to sing on this track. When I hear his performance, it always makes me smile. His vocals are always filled with such a distinctive charm, personality and swank.

Along with his songwriting, he is one of rock n' roll's most influential singers. He is very disciplined and an extremely hard worker. Socially he is as entertaining and engaging as he is on stage. A night out with Mick is always an adventure. He is the crème de la crème.


TOO CLOSE TOGETHER

The phone rang in the studio, "Keith should arrive sometime after 5 pm", was the message. At 4 o'clock, in rolled several beat up amps and two old guitar cases. At 5 o'clock someone arrived to set up Keith's equipment. At 6 o'clock there was another delivery of vodka, ice and several cases of orange soda. 7 o'clock, someone came around to check on the amps and make sure the ice was still cold. Around 8 o'clock came the man himself, hat, scarf, cigarette in one hand and large duffel bag in the other. Keith doesn't just come into a room - he captures it.

Watching Keith work in a studio is quite amazing. He doesn't just play a song, he circles it from every direction. Besides being such a distinctive and generous musician, he is one of the most charismatic and entertaining storytellers, with a razor sharp sense of humor - when Keith is on a roll, there's nothing quite like it.

This is an ol' Sonny Boy Willamson song. It was also great to have Magic Dick add his "Mississippi Saxophone" to the track. We did it in the style of Chess Records - live and lots of vodka.
08-13-02 06:13 AM
bez85 is the peter wolf cd out now?
08-13-02 09:45 AM
Tylbert COOL SONG
Want the ALBUM NOW !!!


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