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The Rolling Stones - "In Another Land"


The Rolling Stones In Another Land

Release Type: User
Audio Type: Single-track
Reductions: Yes (Authored)
Pitched Vocals: Yes
Vocals Gender: Male (3)

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Author Notes

GUITAR/BASS/KEYS: Kemiroch
VOCALS: EchoOfMystery
REDUCTIONS: wingsoveramerica
 
The lone Rolling Stones Bill Wyman-written and -sung effort, "In Another Land" captured the psychedelic atmosphere of the day to a T, and it actually borders on being a parody. A whimsical, trippy ode, these days it sounds like a psychedelic Spinal Tap song, with words describing blue trees and flowers. The tremolo-soaked vocals only add to the period charm here. Interestingly, the bridge section is one of the hardest-rocking efforts by the Rolling Stones from this period. Rumored to have Steve Marriott and Ronnie Lane on harmony vocals, this song was also issued as a single. 



2 Comments

Wow, of all the Stones' tracks, this one was one of the last I ever thought someone would author. Way to go deep.

 

On a related note, has anyone done any of the songs where Keef sings the lead yet? Because there's so much good stuff there.

Wow, of all the Stones' tracks, this one was one of the last I ever thought someone would author. Way to go deep.

 

On a related note, has anyone done any of the songs where Keef sings the lead yet? Because there's so much good stuff there.

 

In Another Land is the probably in my top 5 Stones songs. If you can't tell from my release history I can be weird so you shouldn't be surprised but I'm glad you enjoyed it. Big props to Kemiroch for helping it come to life and my man Echo. As for Keith I wouldn't mind doing You Got the Silver. One day perhaps