Angie" is a song by the rock band The Rolling Stones, featured on their 1973 album Goats Head Soup. Angie" was recorded in November and December 1972 and is an en ballad characterizing the end of a romance
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.
There are roughly a million Rolling Stones albums, and almost all of them have songs that will drastically improve your life. Some of them also have Angie. Where to start? Where to go after the classics? Here’s a road map of the good, the great and the Angie. Beggars Banquet’ (1968). In a time of psychedelic excess, the Stones strip down with their most hardass songs. Key Track: "Sympathy for the Devil," which sums up the collapse of Western civilization with demented "hoo hoo" chants and congas. Key Track: "Sweet Virginia," which starts off like a goof but turns surprisingly soulful. Best Mick Moment: His screed on "Rocks Off": "I'm zipping through the days at lightning speed/Plug in flush out and fight and fuck and feed.
Angie is a track from the Rolling Stones' album Goats Head Soup. It was written by Mick Jagger & Keith Richards. The song is about the end of a romance with a girl named Angie. An unusual feature on the song is that Mick Jagger’s vocal guide track (which was made before the final vocals were performed) is faintly audible throughout the song. This affect is sometimes called a ghost vocal. Angie topped the Billboard Hot 100 for a week in October of 1973. It also topped the charts in Australia, the Netherlands, Canada, Norway and Switzerland. In the United Kingdom, the song peaked.
This is one of the few Rolling Stones songs that is acoustic. Keith Richards wrote this song in Switzerland after the Exile on Main St. album had been approved by the record company, but before it was released. Angie" was one of the first songs The Stones recorded for Goat's Head Soup, which they first attempted in Jamaica at the Dynamic Sounds studio in Kingston. Key Track: "Something Happened to Me Yesterday," an old-time music-hall ditty about an acid trip. Best Mick Moment: The slobbering lust of "My Obsession.
The Rolling Stones Lyrics. Angie, Angie, when will those clouds all disappear? Angie, Angie, where will it lead us from here? With no loving in our souls and no money in our coats You can't say we're satisfied But Angie, Angie, you can't say we never tried Angie, you're beautiful, but ain't it time we said good-bye? Angie, I still love you, remember all those nights we cried? All the dreams we held so close seemed to all go up in smoke Let me whisper in your ear: Angie, Angie, where will it lead us from here? Oh, Angie, don't you weep, all your.
Angie" is a song by The Rolling Stones, featured on their 1973 album Goats Head Soup. Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and recorded in November and December 1972, "Angie" is an en ballad which tells of the end of a romance. 1. The big rumor about this song is that it was written about David Bowie's wife, Angela, who wrote in her autobiography that she once walked in on Bowie and Mick Jagger in bed together - a story Jagger denies.