Label: Decca - GP 403,Decca - K 211009 • Series: Collection Jacques Leblanc - Vol. 1 • Format: Cassette Album, Reissue • Country: France • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Rock & Roll
The single reached 24 in the US and 1 in Sweden. It was not released as a single in the UK. Richie Unterbergeron Allmusic, said in his review of the song, "It should be pointed out There's a definite feel about it. It's a very pop song, as opposed to all the blues songs and the Motown covers, which everyone did at the time.
The song's lyrics are a glimpse of a failed relationship and the singer's attempt to win back the girl's love:. I want you back again I want your love again I know you find it hard to reason with me But this time it's different, darling you'll see. Regarding the lyrics, Unterberger says, "When [Jagger and Richards] began to write songs, they were usually not derived from the blues, but were often surprisingly fey, slow, Mersey -type pop numbers After quiet lines about the end of the love affair, the tempo and melody both brighten…" .
We recorded it in this tiny studio in the West End of London called Regent Sound, which was a demo studio. I think the whole of that album was recorded in there. Richards said in a interview with Rolling Stone"'Tell Me' Half those records were dubs on that first album, that Mick and I and Charlie and I'd put a bass on or maybe Bill was there and he'd put a bass on. Early pressings of the UK release of the debut album mistakenly included the piano-less version of "Tell Me" the version ; all subsequent releases have featured the version with piano.
Most other LP and CD versions of the UK debut album — Dmx - Childhood - Bbyluv (File, Album) well as the Stones' debut US album, originally subtitled but later officially called England's Newest Hit Makers — contain an edited version of this recording, which fades out at around The single edit is It peaked at 24 for two weeks, lasting on the Billboard Hot for a total of 10 weeks.
The Rolling Stones performed the song in concert in and Over the years, the edit has replaced the single edit on such compilations; for example, the edition of Singles Collection: The London Years has the single edit, while the edition has the longer version. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Format Tell Me (You´re Coming Back) - The Rolling Stones - The Rolling Stones Recorded February Genre Beat pop rock .
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