R’n’B Originale, die die Rolling Stones inspirierten

Mit ihrem 23. Studioalbum „Blue & Lonesome“ (2016) kehrten die Die Rolling Stones nicht einfach zu ihren Blueswurzeln zurück. Sie gingen zurück zu den inzwischen legendären Quellen des Blues. Und das hat bei der Band eine lange Tradition.

Schauen Sie sich die Original-Versionen von einigen ihrer Songs in der Liste unten an.

Sie liest sich wie ein „Who is Who“ der Bluesgeschichte („ungeschliffen & authentisch“), viele große Namen, die die Rolling Stones inspirierten.

 

The Stones Ursprung
Bright Lights Big City (1963) Jimmy Reed (1961)
Come On (1963) Chuck Berry (ca 1962)
Hoochie Coochie Man (1963) [Willie Dixon] Muddy Waters
I Wanna Be Your Man (1963) The Beatles (1963)
I Want To Be Loved (1963) [Willie Dixon] Muddy Waters (ca 1962)
Money (1963) [Berry Gordy Jr.] Barrett Strong (1960)
Poison Ivy (1963) The Coasters (1959)
You Better Move On (1963) Arthur Alexander (1962)
Around And Around (1964) Chuck Berry (1958)
Bye Bye Johnny (1964) Chuck Berry (1960)
Can I Get A Witness (1964) Marvin Gaye (1963)
Carol (1964) Chuck Berry (1958)
Confessin‘ The Blues (1964) Jay McShann (1942), Little Walter (ca 1958), Chuck Berry (1960)
Don’t Lie To Me (1964) Chuck Berry (1961)
Down Home Girl (1964) Alvin Robinson (ca 1962)
Down The Road Apiece (1964) Amos Milburn (1946), Chuck Berry (1960)
Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (1964) Solomon Burke (1964)
Hitch Hike (1964) Marvin Gaye (1963)
Honest I Do (1964) Jimmy Reed (1957)
I Can’t Be Satisfied (1964) Muddy Waters (1947)
I Just Want To Make Love To You (1964) [Willie Dixon] Muddy Waters (1954)
If You Need Me (1964) Wilson Pickett (1962), Solomon Burke (1963)
I’m A King Bee (1964) Slim Harpo (1957)
It’s All Over Now (1964) The Valentinos (1964)
Little Red Rooster (1964) [Willie Dixon] Howlin‘ Wolf (1962)
Look What You’ve Done (1964) Muddy Waters (1957)
Mona (1964) Bo Diddley (1958)
Not Fade Away (1964) Buddy Holly (1957)
Oh Baby (We Got A Good Thing Goin‘) (1964) Barbara Lynn (ca 1963)
Pain In My Heart (1964) Otis Redding (1963)
Route 66 (1964) Bobby Troup (ca 1946), Chuck Berry (1961)
Suzie Q (1964) Dale Hawkins (1957)
Time Is On My Side (1964) Irma Thomas (ca 1962)
Under The Boardwalk (1964) The Drifters (1964)
Walking The Dog (1964) Rufus Thomas (1963)
You Can Make It If You Try (1964) Gene Allison (1958)
You Can’t Catch Me (1964) Chuck Berry (1955)
Cry To Me (1965) Solomon Burke (1962)
Good Times (1965) Sam Cooke (1964)
I’m All Right (1965) Bo Diddley
I’m Moving On (1965) Hank Snow (1950), Ray Charles (1959)
Mercy Mercy (1965) Don Covay (1964)
She Said Yeah (1965) Larry Williams (ca 1959)
Talkin‘ ‚Bout You (1965) Chuck Berry (1961)
That’s How Strong My Love Is (1965) Otis Redding (1965)
I’ve Been Loving You Too Long (1966) Otis Redding (1965)
My Girl (1967) The Temptations (1965)
I Don’t Know Why (1969) Stevie Wonder (1968)
Love In Vain (1969) Robert Johnson (1937)
Little Queenie (1970) Chuck Berry (1959)
You Gotta Move (1970) Mississippi Fred McDowell (1964)
Shake Your Hips (1970/72) Slim Harpo (ca 1966)
Stop Breaking Down (1970/72) Robert Johnson (1937)
Cherry O Baby (1975) Eric Donaldson (ca 1973)
Just My Imagiantion (1977) The Temptations (1971)

 

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