"The punchy, three chord blast of 'Lies' complements 'Some Girls'' title track. Patell's book about 'Some Girls' for the 33 1/3 series, Ron Wood says, "Those punk songs were our message to those boys"; likewise, Keith Richards states in his autobiography that the band was attempting to "out punk the punks. " Jagger, Wood and Richards cut through the song with slashing, dive bombing guitar lines that buzz through the three minute song without pause. Side two of 'Some Girls' starts in a strange place with the woozy, country fried 'Far Away Eyes,' which features Mick Jagger imitating a Southern drawl. It's all played as a 3/4 waltz with Ron Wood on pedal steel guitar. In the end, it comes off a bit comical and a throwaway. (No surprise that Jagger admitted in a 1995 interview, "I love country music, but I find it hard to take seriously. ") Not everyone in the band was on board with Jagger's performance. A year after the album was released, Keith Richards said that "Mick feels the need to get into these caricatures.
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uched on the past, but with a modern day spin. Their version of the Temptations' 'Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)' bristles with the same gritty energy found on the rest of the album, with a particularly feisty power play between guitarists Keith Richards and Ron Wood. Jagger told Rolling Stone in 1978 that the song was a continuation of their 1974 cover of the Temptations' 'Ain't Too Proud to Beg. ' "I've always wanted to do that song, originally as a duet with Linda Ronstadt, believe it or not," he said. "But instead, we just did our version of it, like an English rock 'n' roll band tuning up. "By the time the Stones went into the studio in 1977 to record 'Some Girls,' the band's two major creative forces were dealing separately with legal issues outside of the band. Keith Richards was arrested in Toronto for heroin possession, while Mick Jagger was on his way to divorce court with first wife Bianca. That tension surged throughout the album, especially in the sloppy blues of the title track, in which Jagger rolls off a list of the evils women do. And it's not a very flattering portrait. In his 1978 interview with Rolling Stone, Jagger said there was even more: "I had another version of the song, but when it came to the take, I sang a Buy Adidas Gazelle Og Maroon
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He's slightly vaudeville in his approach. You expect Mick to walk out in his cowboy duds on an 18 wheeler set. "According to the liner notes Mick Jagger wrote for the Stones' 1993 best of compilation 'Jump Back,' 'Respectable' started life as a slower song. But then it just got louder and faster. "I was banging out three chords incredibly loud on the electric guitar," he recalled. "This is a punk meets Chuck Berry number. " The song's lyrics are some of the most playful on the whole album, taking aim Adidas Gazelle Indigo Gold
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