Elton John plays piano on “Get Close” and “Live by the Sword”, while Lady Gaga’s vocals are heard on “Sweet Sounds of Heaven”.
Photo: Caroline Brehman – Oli Scharf – Mark Seliger
Next month the music world will get a new album from English rock band The Rolling Stones. The group announced the album’s twelve-song set list, starting with the single “Angry”, a song that recaptures the Stones’ classic rock sound and which was released by the band at the same time as the album in September. . 6 In his native London.
According to a statement, the album, the first with new songs in 18 years, was recorded at Henson Recording Studios in Los Angeles, Metropolis Studios in London, Sanctuary Studios in Nassau, Bahamas, Electric Lady Studios in New York, and Hit Factory/Hit Factory in Los Angeles. Germano Studios, also in New York. Collaborators on several songs include artists Paul McCartney (former member of The Beatles), Elton John and Lady Gaga.
It is the Stones’ first album to be produced by producer and musician Andrew Watt. The band’s former drummer Charlie Watts, who died two years earlier, takes part in two songs, “Mess It Up” and “Live by the Sword”, which were recorded in 2019, as performed at the album’s presentation event. His colleagues had told. Former Stones bassist Bill Wyman, who left the band in 1993, also participates in that final song.
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Paul McCartney, leader of the disbanded group The Beatles, who competed for decades with the Rolling Stones for the throne of rock and the hearts of the public, demonstrates his good relationship with his Satanic Excellencies by playing bass on the song “Bite My”. Remove the head”.
Similarly, another living legend, Elton John, plays piano on “Get Close” and “Live by the Sword”, while Lady Gaga’s voice and Stevie Wonder’s keyboards are heard on “Sweet Sounds of Heaven”. The rest of the songs on the album are titled: “Depending on You”, “Whole Wide World”, “Dreamy Skies”, “Driving Me Too Hard”, “Tell Me Straight” and “Rolling Stone Blues”.
The Rolling Stones in Bogota?
While the rock band is preparing the launch of its album, last Wednesday, September 13, social networks were surprised to see a video from the official account of The Rolling Stones, which showed a choreography in the Plaza de Bolivar, located in the center of Bogotá Was. , with the song “Angry” in the background. “Meanwhile in Colombia,” the publication’s description reads. At present, there has been no confirmation about the possible tour passing through the capital of Colombia.
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