Written by: McDaniel (Bo Diddley)
Recorded: IBC Studios, London, England, March 11, 1963
From Martin Elliott’s book THE ROLLING STONES COMPLETE RECORDING SESSIONS 1962-2012:
It was 1963 and it was time for the Stones to book themselves into the IBC studios. The outcome of the sessions are distinctly blues flavoured. Diddley Daddy is a Bo Diddley number and is peformed in true Rhythm and Blues style. The song, although rough in texture, is guided by Mick Jagger’s roots vocals and features two inst rumental breaks: the first by Brian Jones on the harmonica and he second by Ian Stewart tinkering on the ivories to the fade out.
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