Is Miss You by Rolling Stones disco?

Is Miss You by Rolling Stones disco?

Jagger and Ronnie Wood insist that “Miss You” wasn’t conceived as a disco song, while Richards said, “‘Miss You’ was a damn good disco record; it was calculated to be one.” In any case, what was going on in discotheques did make it to the recording.

Did the Rolling Stones make a disco record?

The Rolling Stones: ‘Miss You’ They may be the “World’s Greatest Rock N’ Roll Band,” but the Stones produced one of the classics of the disco era in “Miss You.” Fans may have felt betrayed but the cut from the Some Girls LP reached No. 1 in 1978. “I’d moved to New York at that point,” Mick Jagger told Rolling Stone.

What year did Miss You by the Rolling Stones come out?

Miss You/Released

What Rolling Stones album is Miss You On?

Some Girls (2009 Re-Mastered)
Miss You/Album

When did the Rolling Stones release Miss You?

Miss You (Special Disco Version) – The Rolling Stones ‘1978 Album ”Some Girls” 1978 Category Music Song Miss You (Remix) Artist The Rolling Stones Writers Keith Richards, Mick Jagger Licensed to YouTube by

Who was the bass player on Miss you by the Rolling Stones?

For the bass part, Bill Wyman started from Preston’s bass guitar on the song demo. Chris Kimsey, who engineered the recording, said Wyman went “to quite a few clubs before he got that bass line sorted out”, which Kimsey said “made that song”.

Who are the musicians on Miss you by Sugar Blue?

Unlike most of Some Girls, “Miss You” features several studio musicians. In addition to Sugar Blue who, according to Wood, was found by Jagger busking on the streets of Paris, Ian McLagan plays understated Wurlitzer electric piano, and Mel Collins provides the tenor saxophone solo for the instrumental break.

Where did the song Miss you come from?

Inspiration and recording. “Miss You” was written by Mick Jagger jamming with keyboardist Billy Preston during rehearsals for the March 1977 El Mocambo club gigs, recordings from which appeared on side three of double live album Love You Live (1977).