Rolling Stones - B Sides ‘65-68

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Poll ended at 20 May 2018, 17:38

Play With Fire
15
28%
The Spider and the Fly
2
4%
The Singer Not the Song
3
6%
As Tears Go By
5
9%
Long Long While
2
4%
Who’s Driving Your Plane
2
4%
Dandelion
12
22%
Child of the Moon
13
24%
 
Total votes: 54

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Rolling Stones - B Sides ‘65-68

Postby the gorton gollum » 13 May 2018, 17:38

U.K. singles, double A’s don’t count

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Re: Rolling Stones - B Sides ‘65-68

Postby Matt Wilson » 13 May 2018, 17:42

"Play with Fire," "As Tears Go By," and "Dandelion" are going to be hard to beat.
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Postby the gorton gollum » 13 May 2018, 17:44

Mmmm, you’re only getting 2 picks now.
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Postby the gorton gollum » 13 May 2018, 17:45

Child Of the Moon might be the best thing they ever did.
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Re: Rolling Stones - B Sides ‘65-68

Postby Mike Boom » 13 May 2018, 17:52

Child of the Moon (bonus points for great video)
Dandylion

Next would be Tears Go By

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Re: Rolling Stones - B Sides ‘65-68

Postby Positive Passion » 13 May 2018, 18:06

Play with fire is one of their greatest songs.

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Postby CAN » 13 May 2018, 18:12

QUITE CLEARLY the last two are the best two.
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Re: Rolling Stones - B Sides ‘65-68

Postby LeBaron » 13 May 2018, 18:29

BOLLY BEE wrote:QUITE CLEARLY the last two are the best two.


Yeah, it’s not really close!
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Re: Rolling Stones - B Sides ‘65-68

Postby toomanyhatz » 13 May 2018, 19:17

CotM is one of the greatest things ever. "Dandelion" is nice but a bit cutesy, honestly. My other vote goes to tSatF, which is great early snarky Mick.
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Re: Rolling Stones - B Sides ‘65-68

Postby The Modernist » 14 May 2018, 00:52

'Play With Fire' and 'Child of the Moon'. Easy.

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Re: Rolling Stones - B Sides ‘65-68

Postby fange » 14 May 2018, 02:36

'Child' is a definite, but the second is harder. Some days it might be 'Dandelion', others 'Play With Fire'.
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Re: Rolling Stones - B Sides ‘65-68

Postby Muskrat » 14 May 2018, 03:32

Spider and the Fly by a long shot. As Tears Go By is too obvious (and I prefer Marianne's version); and while I like Play with Fire more than most of the others, it has no place on a single, even a "B" side.
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Re: Rolling Stones - B Sides ‘65-68

Postby The Write Profile » 14 May 2018, 10:43

The Modernist wrote:'Play With Fire' and 'Child of the Moon'. Easy.


Absolutely, the subtly malignant "Play with Fire" (one of Jagger's most controlled vocals) and the lysergic drone of "Child of the Moon" (I love the way the band drawls the chorus) were quite unlike anything else in their catalogue. Both seem to create their own little world. It's a shame they never ventured into those areas again, because both songs are so utterly entrancing in their very separate ways. Btw G, you have a pm from me!
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Re: Rolling Stones - B Sides ‘65-68

Postby pcqgod » 14 May 2018, 15:09

I lurve "Who's Driving Your Plane."
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Postby pcqgod » 14 May 2018, 15:11

Nice use of "Play with Fire" in last night's "Westworld" episode, btw.
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Postby Bent Fabric » 14 May 2018, 15:48

pcqgod wrote:I lurve "Who's Driving Your Plane."


It got my vote - in terms of sound and feel, it's a bold, ballsy, beautiful thing.

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Re: Rolling Stones - B Sides ‘65-68

Postby Matt Wilson » 14 May 2018, 16:09

It's the singer, not his schlong.
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Re: Rolling Stones - B Sides ‘65-68

Postby sloopjohnc » 14 May 2018, 17:14

Matt Wilson wrote:"Play with Fire," "As Tears Go By," and "Dandelion" are going to be hard to beat.


My sentiments exactly.

I picked Play with Fire and Dandelion.

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Re: Rolling Stones - B Sides ‘65-68

Postby Quaco » 14 May 2018, 19:06

The Modernist wrote:'Play With Fire' and 'Child of the Moon'. Easy.

Yes, correct!

I'm less impressed with "Dandelion" the last couple decades or so. Not sure why. It was exciting "in the vinyl era" when it was hard to come by, but it hasn't stood up (IMO).
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Re: Rolling Stones - B Sides ‘65-68

Postby Neige » 14 May 2018, 19:13

sloopjohnc wrote:
Matt Wilson wrote:"Play with Fire," "As Tears Go By," and "Dandelion" are going to be hard to beat.


My sentiments exactly.

I picked Play with Fire and Dandelion.


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