Gimme Shelter" is the opening track to the 1969 album Let It Bleed by the Rolling Stones. Greil Marcus, writing in Rolling Stone magazine at the time of its release, praised the song, stating that the band has "never done anything better". Although the first word was spelled "Gimmie" on that album, subsequent recordings by the band and other musicians have made "Gimme" the customary spelling.
Nom du groupe The Rolling Stones. Nom de l'album Gimme Shelter. Date de parution 14 Novembre 2000. Membres possèdant cet album4. 1. Jumpin' Jack Flash. 11. The Other Side of This Life. 12. Sympathy for the Devil. 14. Street Fighting Man. 15. Gimme Shelter. Autres productions de The Rolling Stones.
Gimme Shelter is the opening track of the Rolling Stones’s 1969 album Let It Bleed (where it was actually spelled Gimmie Shelter, but the more accurate spelling was adopted afterwards). It paints a bleak world view inspired by the Vietnam war, as put by Mick Jagger: Well, it’s a very rough, very violent era. The Vietnam War. Violence on the screens, pillage and burning. Backup vocals are sung here by female guest vocalist Merry Clayton. Jagger explained in the 2003 book According t. he Rolling Stones: The use of the female voice was the producer’s idea. It would be one of those moments along the lines of ‘I hear a girl on this track – get one on the phone.
ROLLING IN THE DEEP: Letra, curiosidades, vídeo musical, canciones del mismo disco // There’s a fire starting in my heart, Reaching a fever pitch, It’s bringing me out the dark, Finally I can see your crystal clear, Go head and sell me out and I'll lay your shit bare // See how I leave with every piece of you, Don’t. The scars of your love remind me of us They keep me thinking that we almost had it all The scars of your love they leave me breathless I can’t help feeling We could have had it all Rolling in the deep You had my heart and soul And you played it To the beat.
Lyrics to "Rolling In The Deep" song by Adele: There's a fire starting in my heart Reaching a fever pitch, it's bringing me out the dark Finally . .Adele explained that the name of the song came from the slang "roll deep" which means "always to have someone who is by your side and helps in difficult moments". The break-up with a boyfriend inspired Adele to write this song. The song is featured in the film "I Am Number Four" (2011) and in its trailer. Several TV shows used this song as well, including "Glee". Rolling In The Deep" was covered numerous time, .
|A||–Adele||Rolling In The Deep (Cross Riddim)|
|B||–The Rolling Stones||Gimme Shelter (Words Of My Mouth Riddim)|
- Producer [Uncredited] – Bost & Bim
NotesOriginal vocals combined with Reggae instrumentals.
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