Rolling Stones vinyl 7"s* found worldwide [including 813
UK and 706
US ], and counting...
* as of Monday 2 October 2023 1796 releases + 3287 variations.
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'You Got Me Rocking' was released as a 7" single in the UK on September 26, 1994, where it peaked at #23.
Begun in early in 1993, 'You Got Me Rocking' was initially a blues number; bootlegs have Jagger and Richards working the song as a slower, blues flavored ramble, with Jagger shouting the hook "you got me rocking". Changed to a straight forward rocker in the vein of 'Start Me Up', the song quickly evolved into a powerful rock single as Richards made the transition from piano to guitar. Recording on the track lasted from mid-summer, 1993, to early winter of the same year, where final touches were put on.
The song was released as a UK-only single in September 1994 as the second single from the album 'Voodoo Lounge', and peaked at #23.
The B-side is the renowned though little-known non-album track 'Jump On Top Of Me' which featured on the soundtrack of Robert Altman's 'Prêt-à-Porter'.
'You Got Me Ro... [+]
Angry, the new single is released on sept. 8 as a one-sided 7" on red vinyl [also issued on 10" & CD - album out on oct. 20].