- Performer Rolling Stones
- Title Sympathy For The Devil
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- Genre Pop
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Sympathy for the Devil" is a song by English rock band the Rolling Stones, written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. It is the opening track on their 1968 album Beggars Banquet. Rolling Stone magazine placed it at number 32 on its list of the "500 Greatest Songs of All Time". The working title of the song was "The Devil Is My Name", having earlier been called "Fallen Angels".
This is the full-length show performed by the Rolling Stones on the fifth and final leg of the Bridges To Babylon Tour, at Weserstadion on September 2, 1998.
The Rolling Stones took some serious heat for singing a song from the devil’s perspective, but the point of the song is more about the flaws in mankind. It was never intended as devil worship. There was a rumor that this song was playing when a fan died at the Rolling Stones gig at the Altamont Free Concert, but it was actually Under My Thumb. Despite that, the Stones didn’t perform this song for at least 5 years (as they played it on tour in 1975) after the incident. These lyrics were inspired by the book The Master and Margarita written by Mikhail Bulgakov
Sympathy For The Devil' is just as appropriate now, with 9/11. There it is again, big time. When that song was written, it was a time of turmoil. The character and tone of the Laibach covers are largely very different from the Stones original. In the opening track the lead singer sings/shouts in a very deep bass voice with a thick Slavic accent. One of their covers contains references to the violence at the Altamont raceway. More songs from The Rolling Stones. More songs inspired by books. More songs popular at Halloween. The Rolling Stones escaped by helicopter. Altamont should NEVER have happened. Was the devil at Altamont? I think so. Brian from SouthpoleI believe that Kieth could have played that lead. Check out "Sympathy for the devil time is on our side.
The Rolling Stones in Concert" live album, which was recorded in New York City, New York and Baltimore, Maryland in November 1969 and then released in 1970. The official live video, shot at Zilker Park, Austin, Texas, 22nd October 2006. TV performance in 1968. In 2003, The Rolling Stones released a "maxi-single" with four versions of "Sympathy for the Devil. It contained the original recording and remixes by The Neptunes, Fatboy Slim, and Full Phatt. Remix by Fatboy Slim . In "Sympathy for the Devil" film, he plays this guitar, which has a unique hand-drawn design on its body. Also, in this film, he is seen playing 1959 Fender Sunburst Precision Bass.
Nom du groupe The Rolling Stones. Nom de l'album Sympathy for the Devil. Date de parution 2003. Membres possèdant cet album0. 1. Sympathy for the Devil (Radio Remix). 2. Sympathy for the Devil (Full Length Remix). 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Sympathy for the Devil (Original Version).
Their latest cover is a surprisingly faithful rendition of the Rolling Stones’ Sympathy for the Devil, which is streaming below. The track will appear on their upcoming album Bad Magic, due out Friday. The band previously recorded a reverent yet more guitar-focused take on Mick Jagger & Company’s Jumpin’ Jack Flash, but between the tribal drums, woo woo backing vocals and scratchy blues guitar solo, it’s about as deferential as the raspy rockers get. All that’s missing is a piano. Bad Magic is the group’s 22nd album and first since 2013’s Aftershock
Sympathy for the Devil (The Neptunes extended remix) 5:56 02. Sympathy for the Devil (Fatboy Slim extended remix) 8:27 03. Sympathy for the Devil (Full Phatt extended remix) 5:35 04. Sympathy for the Devil (Original Rolling Stones version) 6:19. Donation to replenish the collection of the site and its further development.