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Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Keith Richards. Add Genre. Add Styles. Add Moods. Add Themes. One of the better and more popular numbers on Sticky Fingers, "Bitch" had more than enough hooks and oomph to make it as a hit single, though it was only used as a B-side to "Brown Sugar".
Another of the group's endless series of killer riffs -- a series that would start to grow stale and less exciting within a year or two, although no one knew that at the time -- gets pulled out of the hat in the opening bars, with propulsive unison guitar-bass lines, interrupted by a wiry interjection of a single sustained note.
It's that riff that keeps the blood pumping Bitch - The Rolling Stones - Time Waits For No One (Anthology 1971-1977) (Cassette) the verses, while the bridge gets just a bit noisier and brassier, ending with the kind of high, ecstatic wordless exclamation that the group was using Bitch - The Rolling Stones - Time Waits For No One (Anthology 1971-1977) (Cassette) in this period as in "Brown Sugar," for instance.
Horns join the guitars to blare out the core unison riff, and as is the case with other Stones tracks of the time like "Honky Tonk Women" and "Brown Sugar," the combination packs an extremely effective punch. In fact, the lyrics are not so much sexist as vague, though delivered with panache.
When people dug into the lyric of "Brown Sugar," they found something that was more disturbing than they suspected; on the other hand, digging into the lyric of "Bitch" might reveal that it's less disturbing than suspected. For one thing, the song is not about a "bitch," but declaring that love itself is a bitch. In fact, the group could have easily given the song a different title, as the b-word is barely uttered. For another thing, the lyrics are, even by the standards of Rolling Stones songs, hard to even make out due to the slurred execution and getting half-smothered by the production; try singing along with Bitch - The Rolling Stones - Time Waits For No One (Anthology 1971-1977) (Cassette), with actual words, if you doubt that.
Mick Jagger generally states, not too coherently, that he's in an energetic, messed-up state, and if anything he is the one panting for sex, as in a line about salivating like Pavlov's dog you really need to get a lyric sheet to suss that one out and expecting to get laid out. The line about kicking the stalls indicates that Jagger might even be assuming the part of an actual horse for the song. Can anyone confirm where this album was released? It says on wiki that it was a UK only release.
Yet all I can find is an Australian release, a Japanese release and a German release. It came out in mid Thanks in anticipation. Location: South Plymouth, Ma. It was available in the UK, but I've only seen a German copy. Similar comp was Rewind, which did have a CD counterpart way down the line. No exclusive material. Pressings were fair. SckottJul 4,
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