Jason Ricci - Her Satanic Majesty Requests album
Jason Ricci - (2005) Her Satanic Majesty Requests Harmonica Music 01 - I-55 (intro). mp3 02 - That's Alright. Jason Ricci - (2005) Her Satanic Majesty Requests Harmonica Music. 04 - Blue and Lonesome. 06 - Scratch My Back.
com Tracklist: 01 – I-55 (intro) 02 – That’s Alright 03 – Kick It 04 – Blue and Lonesome 05 – Louisiana 06 – Scratch My Back 07 – Sun Shines Sometimes 08 – Going to California 09 – Cuttin’ with the Button 10 –. Please Baby, Please 11 – Playboy 12 – Goenopheny. Jason Ricci – Her Satanic Majesty Requests Harmonica Music (2005).
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Their Satanic Majesties Request was recorded in pieces between February and October of 1967. It was a tumultuous period for the Rolling Stones – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Brian Jones were arrested for drug possession, with Jones spending three weeks in a nursing home. Satanic Majesties’ ten tunes are saturated with studio effects, non-traditional instruments such as mellotron and theremin, ambient sounds created using oscillators, string arrangements by John Paul Jones (who went on to help establish Led Zeppelin the following year) and more percussive devices than can be named. Citadel foreshadowed the direction towards straight-forward rock the Stones would take, while 2000 Light Years From Home and She’s a Rainbow (a minor hit in the . capture the band in all its psychedelic glory at that moment in time
Their Satanic Majesties Request is the sixth British and eighth American studio album by the Rolling Stones, released in December 1967 by Decca Records in the United Kingdom and London Records in the United States.
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Jason Ricci" and "Mark Hummel's Blues Blow Off" Jason Ricci. Jason Ricci performing on stage. Background information. 2001: Feel Good Funk. 2004: Live At Checkers Tavern. 2005: Her Satanic Majesty Requests Harmonica Music (compilation). 2006: Blood on the Road. 2007: Rocket Number 9.