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Paint It Black - Mo-Dettes - Paint It Black


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Add Genre. Add Styles. Add Wooden Chicken - Killers Favorite Cartoon - Te Voy A Matar. Add Themes. Hey Porter - Johnny Cash And The Tennessee Two* - Original Golden Hits Volume I principal riff of "Paint It Black" almost all classic Rolling Stones songs are highlighted by a killer riff was played on a sitar by Brian Jones and qualifies as perhaps the most effective use of the Indian instrument in a rock song.

The exotic twang was a perfect match for the dark, mysterious Eastern-Indian melody, which sounded a little like a soundtrack to an Indian movie hijacked into hyperdrive. It was later reported, in fact, that "Paint It Black" had begun life in a much slower, conventional funky soul vein.

When Bill Wyman began fooling around on the organ during the session doing a parody of their middle-aged original co-manager Eric Easton who had been an organistCharlie Watts joined in the fun and laid down an urgent double-time drum pattern, echoing the rhythm heard in some Middle Eastern dances.

That rhythm survives into the final track, serving as an effective Paint It Black - Mo-Dettes - Paint It Black to Jagger's moodily intoned lyric about, apparently, a dead girlfriend. The drums return to a standard hard rock rhythm in the explosive chorus, which has subtle melodic shifts of minor keys that serve as evidence of Jagger and Richards' underestimated skill at creating compelling pop hooks, in the mid-'60s at any rate. It's also a cool touch to have the stiff drumbeat briefly replaced by tambourine rattles at the beginning of the last verse, as Jagger lingers on an especially sorrowful line.

Watts then kicks into a dynamite hard rock drum pattern to get the tempo going again right after Jagger bemoans how he couldn't imagine this tragedy happening to his lover. Also dig how the Stones ride out the fade with creepy background vocals humming the main riff as Jagger becomes particularly excitable, starting to sing-shout the lyrics and announcing that he wants to not just paint everything black, but see the sun blotted out from the sky -- surely Paint It Black - Mo-Dettes - Paint It Black of the most despairing images in popular music.

Burdon surely was enamored of the song, as he did it yet again with War in the s. There was also a similarly adventurous and aesthetically mixed reinterpretation of the song by the new wave group the Mo-Dettes in the early '80s.

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