DEEP TRACKS FROM 1971: ‘CAN YOU HEAR ME KNOCKING’- THE ROLLING STONES

The Rolling Stones, Sticky Fingers - Glimmer, London, 1971

Deep Tracks From 1971: ‘ Can You Hear Me Knocking’- The Rolling Stones. Earlier today I featured a song from The Who- Who’s Next album- another classic album from 1971 Sticky Fingers by The Rolling Stones is also filled with essential songs from a band who were in their prime at that moment in time. ‘Can You Hear Me Knocking’-is the longest song on the album at 7 minutes and 14 seconds. A great guitar song featuring of course Keith Richards- and Mick Taylor who made a big mark on The Stones music during his too brief of a stay with the band. Also appearing on the song-on organ is Billy Preston who had of course had played a couple years earlier with the hillbilly band out of Liverpool called The Beatles.

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