El 5 de desembre del 1.969, els Rolling Stones publicaven el seu onzé disc, Let it Bleed, no. 1 a l’Anglaterra i no. 3 als USA, i el darrer de la seva primera dècada d’historia.

L’àlbum conté cançons mítiques com “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” i la meva preferida, aquest fantàstic exercici de blues-rock atemporal, que quaranta anys després continua essent peça clau a la majoria dels seus concerts.

Veiem com l’interpretàven el passat 6 d’abril del 2.008, com sempre en plena forma.

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El 5 de diciembre del 1.969, los Rolling Stones publicaban su onceavo disco, Let it Bleed, no. 1 en Inglaterra y no. 3 en los USA, el último de su primera época de historia.

El álbum contiene canciones míticas como”You Can’t Always Get What You Want” y mi preferida, este fantástico ejercicio de blues-rock atemporal, que, cuarenta años después continua siendo pieza clave en la mayoría de sus conciertos.

Veamos como la interpretaban el pasado 6 de abril, como siempre en plena forma.

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Le 5 décembre 1.969, les Rolling Stones ont publié leur disque numéro onze, Let it Bleed, qui arrive no. 1 à l’Angleterre et no. 3 aux USA, et est le dernier de leur première décade d’histoire.

L’album a des songs mythiques comme “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” et mon préféré, ce fantastique exercice de blues-rock atemporal, qui, quarante ans après continue à être un thème essentiel dans la majorité de leurs concerts.

Allons voir une interpretation du passé 6 april, comme toujours en pleine forme.

Did you hear about the midnight rambler
everybody got to go
did you hear about the midnight rambler
the one that shut the kitchen door
he don’t give a hoot of warning
wrapped up in a black cat cloak
he don’t go in the light of the morning
he split the time the cock’rel crows
Talkin’ about the midnight gambler
the one you never seen before
talkin’ about the midnight gambler
did you see him jump the garden wall
sighin’ down the wind so sadly
listen and you’ll hear him moan
talkin’ about the midnight gambler
everybody got to go
Did you hear about the midnight rambler
well, honey, it’s no rock ‘n’ roll show
well, i’m talkin’ about the midnight gambler
yeah, everybody got to go
Well did ya hear about the midnight gambler?
well honey its no rock-in’ roll show
well i’m talking about the midnight gambler
the one you never seen before
Oh don’t do that, oh don’t do that, oh don’t do that
don’t you do that, don’t you do that (repeat)
oh don’t do that, oh don’t do that

Well you heard about the boston…
it’s not one of those
well, talkin’ ‘bout the midnight…sh…
the one that closed the bedroom door
i’m called the hit-and-run raper in anger
the knife-sharpened tippie-toe…
or just the shoot ‘em dead, brainbell jangler
you know, the one you never seen before
So if you ever meet the midnight rambler
coming down your marble hall
well he’s pouncing like proud black panther
well, you can say i, i told you so
well, don’t you listen for the midnight rambler
play it easy, as you go
i’m gonna smash down all your plate glass windows
put a fist, put a fist through your steel-plated door
Did you hear about the midnight rambler
he’ll leave his footprints up and down your hall
and did you hear about the midnight gambler
and did you see me make my midnight call
And if you ever catch the midnight rambler
i’ll steal your mistress from under your nose
i’ll go easy with your cold fanged anger
i’ll stick my knife right down your throat, baby
and it hurts!