Bye Bye Johnny - The Rolling Stones - Vancouver 72 (CD)

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  1. Bye Bye Johnny This song is by The Rolling Stones and appears on the compilation album More Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies) (). This song is a cover of "Bye Bye Johnny" by Chuck Berry. Well she drew out all her money out from southern trust And put a little boy aboard a Greyhound bus.
  2. Testo della canzone Bye Bye Johnny dei Rolling Stones Album: Miscellaneous Well she drew out all her money out from southern trust And put a little boy aboard a greyhound bus Leaving Lousiana for the golden west Down came her tears from her happiness Her own little son named Johnny B Goode.
  3. For the first time ever on CD, the concert of the film of the same name captures the Mick Taylor-era Rolling Stones during a stop at Fort Worth, TX on their tour of North America in following the release of their classic album [double LP] Exile On Main St/5().
  4. Comments: 3. Bianca Sanchez from Alburquerque, Nm I love this song, It's like the biography of Johnny B Goode in two songs; Dave from Northridge, Ca Springsteen recorded a song called "Johnny Bye Bye" and, obviously, credited this song as the inspiration. It is an amazing song: the first lines are the same: "She drew out all her money out of the Southern Trust, And put her little boy aboard a.
  5. rows · Watch the video for Bye Bye Johnny from The Rolling Stones's 60's UK EP Collection for .
  6. Bye Bye Johnny song facts The following groups have played this song: Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, The Ducks, Led Zeppelin, Queen, The Rolling Stones, Ron Wood and Tom Petty First and Last performance (studio recording) The Rolling Stones: Decca Studios, London, United Kingdom. 8 th August First performance (concert).
  7. "Bye Bye Johnny" was the second Chuck Berry song released by the Rolling Stones, having been preceded by "Come On," which they put on their first single. "Bye Bye Johnny" was featured on their first British EP in January , though it wasn't released in the US for almost ten years, when it finally appeared on the More Hot Rocks compilation.
  8. In other words, in the year 72, it is customary for him to start playing the introduction of “Bye Bye Johnny” without introducing “Keith Richards, On Guitar” from introduction, but due to the previous mistake, “Mick · Taylor, on guitar “from the introduction” Bye Bye ~ “is a very rare pattern that begins.

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