Hello Stones Fans all over the world 👋 Have you ever heard that song? (Link below) It's also known as 'Schoolboy Blues' and was the final single of the Stones for 'Decca Records'. It was also a small 'Fuck You' to the bosses of Decca, cause they have to deliver one more song before they could found their own label 'Rolling Stones Records' back in 1970 and be free from this extractors of Decca. That naughty Blues was the result. Back then, Decca did not dare to publish it because of the deep lyrics and so they couldn't earn money with it, firstly. Well, that's one more time Rock 'n' Roll 'Ladies and Gentleman', or!?! 🤑 I still don't know if it was ever official released
later ¡¿¡ Anybody knows? Anyway, I like how Mick sings here 🎤 Enjoy ;) 👇
https://youtu.be/Q_zkx13v__A

21 comments,4 shares,46 likes
Lathe Dauphinot
about 2 years

Still never officially released. I've always loved the tune since I heard the few bars from the record that Marshall Chess puts on in the film. Like "Sister Morphine" but better. I've still never heard the Dr. John song he also mentions.

rickexile
about 2 years

It's a great song the guitar and vocal are amazing. The lyric as you can tell by the title is extremely graphic. Like the movie it too extreme to release. Widely bootlegged thou!

Claude Obrian
about 2 years

I have one exemplar of this song

Reido555
about 2 years

I got a bootleg of it from, of all places, Napster, about 20 years ago.

bubi_stonesa
about 2 years

Yes,very good blues song! Composed in the tradition of the early blues songs from 1930,one naturally Stonesblues! I like it !💙🎸

stoneslove1
about 2 years

Alright

stoneslove1
about 2 years

Yes i have a bootleg box set called performance made in italy 4 cd's. N it has 4 versions of the song. I love it. 🎼had pigs in the barnyard. Some of them were alright🎼

BrightBlueStar
about 2 years

Yes, this song is very good! (the cover art ain't bad either😼)

Julius
about 2 years

There is also a very awesome version from the 'Some Girls' Tour Rehearsals in 1978 with 'Sugar Blue' on harp 👇 https://youtu.be/9Jg6YcMF_wU 👌

sugar
about 2 years

I have it and it is a great Jagger's blues. Lonesome schoolboy meeting a policeman in London...

midnight rambler1961
about 2 years

I have ep with brown sugar slide guitar version b side cs blues a side

Julius
about 2 years

You're welcome ;)

stonemad
about 2 years

I have it on volume 3 disc 5 track 4 from the Rolling Stones genuine Black Box Set 1961-1974 and as you say it was Mick's fuck off to Decca's final contribution

Cinzia
about 2 years

Thanks Julius for sharing, I didn't know it and I like it!👍😊👅

Robert Veneman
about 2 years

A collectors item! It was only available for one day in the 4 LP Box Rest of the Best. Greetings, Robert