The Rolling Stones - The Last Time album download
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|A||The Last Time
Written-By – Jagger - Richard*
|B||Play With Fire
Written-By – Nanker Phelge
- Producer – Andrew Loog Oldham
Notes.Original First Pressing as shown by old London artwork still present. This changed to the newer one on later copies
|F.12104||The Rolling Stones||The Last Time (7", Single, Pus)||Decca||F.12104||UK||1965|
|Y 7217||The Rolling Stones||The Last Time (7", Single)||Decca||Y 7217||Australia||1965|
|86.108||Rolling Stones*||The Last Time (7")||Decca||86.108||Belgium||1975|
|5N-9741||The Rolling Stones||The Last Time (7", Single)||London Records||5N-9741||US||1978|
|F.12104||The Rolling Stones||The Last Time (7", Single)||Decca||F.12104||Philippines||1965|
The Last Time" is a song by the English rock band The Rolling Stones, and the band's first UK single written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. Recorded at RCA Studios in Hollywood, California in January 1965, "The Last Time" was the band's third UK single to reach number one on the UK Singles Chart, spending three weeks at the top in March and early April 1965. It reached number two in the Irish Singles Chart in March 1965.
Produced by Andrew Loog Oldham. Album Out of Our Heads. The Last Time Lyrics. Well I told you once and I told you twice But you never listen to my advice You don't try very hard to please me With what you know it should be easy. Well this could be the last time This could be the last time Maybe the last time I don't know. Oh no. Well, I'm sorry girl but I can't stay Feeling like I do today It's too much pain and too much sorrow Guess I'll feel the same tomorrow. Well this could be the last time This.
Oldham was the Rolling Stones manager, and taking a cue from Beatles producer George Martin, he released an album called The Rolling Stones Songbook which contained this track and other instrumental versions of the group's hits. The Verve got the rights to the sample itself from Decca Records, but they didn't get the publishing rights to "The Last Time" until just before the song was released Six days earlier, May 29th, was the last day that "The Last Time" was on Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart; but they weren’t off the chart for long, two days later on June 6th, 1965 "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" would enter the Top 100 at position and on July 4th it would become the first. of their eight records on the Top 100.
Artist: The Rolling Stones. Album: Out of Our Heads. Translations: French. Well I told you once and I told you twice. But ya never listen to my advice. You don't try very hard to please me. With what you know it should be easy. Well this could be the last time. This could be the last time. Well, Im sorry girl but I can't stay.
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