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Retrieved 28 May The Rolling Stones. Book Category. The Rolling Stones albums, Album). UK and US releases — International releases —present, Good Times. Jamming with Edward! Add Themes. On their second through their fifth British singles in andthe Rolling Stones used the B-sides to try out some of their early songwriting efforts, tentatively moving toward a blues-rock fusion that really wouldn't coalesce until While it's nothing special, it's a clear improvement over their two previous self-penned B-sides, "Stoned" and "Little By Little.
Simply arranged with string acoustic guitar, harmonica, and bass drum, it's very much a pastiche of Delta country blues, competently done though without much of an identity of its own. Perhaps the most striking part of the number is the opening guitar figure, which runs through a rapid series of chords that don't stick to the usual bar blues progression, though this promising avenue isn't pursued over Good Times rest of the song.
In truth, the track is a little meandering, though the sincere love the Stones felt for this roots music certainly comes through.
It was valued highly enough to be included on the group's first American greatest-hits collection, Big Hits: High Tide and Green Grass, though perhaps that was just a way of fattening their royalty coffers.
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