Tattoo You uses a recording and songwriting method the Stones have recently gone back to which involves completing half finished songs from their past. Tattoo You features two tracks started during the Goats Head Soup sessions from '73, Waiting on a Friend and Tops and the rest of the album is made up of polished and completed versions of session outtakes from '75 through to late 1980. Jazz great Sonny Rollins put Sax overdubs on Waiting on a Friend, Slave and Neighbours, and Pete Townshend also guested on Slave.
Yeah, I like the way they fleshed out the theme. Great post!
Here's a songwriter mentioned by twisted4ever19 in the 70's thread. If you're new to Paul Davis I hope you get a chance to checkout his other songs. Paul Davis has been a favorite of mine for years and he had a hit on his hands in the early 80's that's very special to me and I'm proud to share it on Retro Junk,
Paul Davis - "Cool Night" - 1981:
The Eldorado is dead. Long live the Eldorado.
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