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ROLLING STONES SONGS: ‘DANCING IN THE LIGHT’ (1970)

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Rolling Stones songs: Dancing in the Light
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I don’t have a clue without you/ What am I gonna do?…

Also known as: FOUR AND IN
Written by: Jagger/Richard
Recorded: Rolling Stones Mobile, Stargroves, Newbury and Olympic Sounds Studios, London, England, March-May 1970, with overdubs recorded at One East Studio, New York City; Henson Recording Studios and The Village studios, Los Angeles and Mix This!, London in fall 2009
Guest musicians: Ian Stewart (piano), Jimmy Miller (percussion) (Ref. dancing in the light)

From Martin Elliott’s book THE ROLLING STONES COMPLETE RECORDING SESSIONS 1962-2012:
Originally a Stones’ instrumental feauring Nicky Hopkins on keyboards and the guitar work of Mick Taylor and Keith Richards. Some of these outtakes emphasized the differencebetweenMick and Keith’s guitar styles. At times they were incompatible. There was a riff struggling to get out, while a slide lead played with a country feel was riding on top.