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Honky Tonk Woman - The Rolling Stones - Liver Than Youve Ever Been

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  1. It's about missing the woman he left behind while on tour, or broke up with or whatever. The fact that he only mentions one southern woman and one woman in New York should make it clear that, while the chorus says Honky-Tonk Women, it's really about missing someone else. The Honky Tonk Women are just a distraction from that that makes him sad.
  2. Jan 29,  · Who Put The Honky Tonk in 'Honky Tonk Women'? he was brought into the studio to assist the Rolling Stones in recording their album Let It "but once you've .
  3. Sep 29,  · referencing Liver Than You'll Ever Be / Live: In Again Out Again, LP, Unofficial, X, 1-X The Monarch pressing matrix puts this issue as having been pressed in January , making it perhaps the earliest issue of this classic bootleg/5().
  4. Honky Tonk Women. Honky Tonk Women was the third of four incredible singles produced by the band between and Jumpin' Jack Flash, Street Fighting Man, Honky Tonk Women, and Brown Sugar just may be the pinnacle of Stones singles output. All four songs were played on the tour, including the debut of Brown Sugar at Altamont on 12/6/
  5. If you've ever tried to play many Rolling Stones songs in standard tuning they never sound right. That's because Keith Richard usually tunes his guitar to an open chord. Honky Tonk Woman is such an example. But here is a way to play it in standard tuning that will sound very close to the recording.

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