"Bitch" (Extended Version) - The Rolling Stones [YouTube Official Video]

Francesco Marano

by Francesco Marano

Published May 5, 2015

Classic rockers The Rolling Stones are gearing up to release a deluxe version of their 1971 classic album Sticky Fingers, which will include alternate takes and unreleased versions of songs. One of the tracks included on the release is an extended version of "Bitch." Listen to it above via The Rolling Stones YouTube.

This studio version of "Bitch" was recorded at Stargroves in England, Mick Jagger’s country home, in October 1970. It contains the same familiar rhythm as the album version, but is noticeably longer with an extended jam towards the end. Also different are the lyrics and the references to "Pavlov dog" and "horse-meat pie." This version has a much more energized feel, and includes killer rock riffs alongside Bobby Keys' bright sax playing.

Previously, the band shared alternate studio versions of "Can’t You Hear Me Knocking" and "Wild Horses."

Pick up the deluxe version of Sticky Fingers on Amazon (Vinyl, CD, MP3, Cassette).

Additionally, The Rolling Stones are getting ready to embark on a North American tour in May dubbed the Zip Code Tour. Find more information about that, as well as the band's latest music and news, by checking out their Zumic artist page.


Source: TheRollingStonesVEVO YouTube

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