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It's All Over Now is a song, written by Bobby Womack and his sister in law Shirley Womack. It was first released in 1964 by The Valentinos, Bobby Womack, the group that part and was a modest hit (94 in the Billboard Hot 100). The Rolling Stones had their first number 1 hit with this song in July 1964.

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It's All Over Now
Single from:

The Rolling Stones

B-side (s) Good times, bad times
Released 26 June1964 (UK)

25 July 1964 (USA)

Type of carrier 7 "
Recording 10 June1964 (Chess Studio, Chicago)
Genre Blues rock
Duration 3: 27
Tag Decca
Writer (s) Bobby WomackShirley Womack
Producer (s) Andrew Loog Oldham
Position (s) in the charts
  1. 1 (United Kingdom)
  2. 26 (United States)
  3. 1 (Netherlands)
The Rolling Stones
Not fade away

(UK, NL) Tell me (you're coming back) (US)

It's All Over Now Little Red Rooster

(UK) Time is on my side (US) Tell me (you're coming back) (EN)

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It's All Over Now is a single by the English band The Rolling Stones.

During the first tour of the Rolling Stones by the United States in June 1964, made the New York disc jockey Murray the K to the song by The group the Valentinos. The Stones were excited and felt it fit in their own repertoire. On 10 June they took the number into the Chess Studios in Chicago. It took the manager of Bobby Womack to get quite a bit of trouble getting his consent for the recording of the song by the Stones, but when Womack later royalty Bill got, he told his manager that the Stones were allowed to record each issue of him that they wanted.

The occupation at the recording was:

The plate took out first place in the UK Singles Chart and was the first album of the group that came this far. Netherlands was also in it's All Over Now the first number one hit. In the United States came the plate to number 26 in the Billboard Hot 100.

The number will appear on the albums 12 x 5Voodoo Lounge LiveBig Hits (High Tide and Green Grass)Stone AgeMore Hot Rocks (Big Hits & Fazed Cookies)Rolled Gold: The very best of The Rolling StonesSingles Collection: The London YearsForty Licks and GRRR! and on the the cd-box Singles 1963-1965 .

Tracklist[Edit]Edit

7 "Single[Edit]Edit

Decca 15 024 [en] (22/06/1964)

  1. It's All Over Now -3: 27
  2. Good Times, Bad Times -2: 32

Decca f. 11934 [UK] (26/06/1964)

  1. It's All Over Now -3: 27
  2. Good Times, Bad Times -2: 32

London 9687 [us] (25/07/1964)

  1. It's All Over Now -3: 27
  2. Good Times, Bad Times -2: 32

Decca DL 25 144 [de] (25/07/1964)

  1. It's All Over Now -3: 27
  2. Tell Me (you're Coming Back) -3: 47

London 882 134-7 [de] (reissue 1989)

  1. It's All Over Now -3: 27
  2. Tell Me (you're Coming Back) -3: 47

Chart Positions[Edit]Edit

It's All about Now
Chart Date of

entry

Week: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Time for Teenagers Top 10 18-7-1964 Position: 10 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 3 4 4 8 from
Number with listing (s)

in the Radio 2 Top 2000

' 99 ' 00 ' 01 ' 02 ' 03 ' 04 ' 05 ' 06 ' 07 ' 08 ' 09 ' 10 ' 11 ' 12 ' 13
It's All Over Now (Rolling Stones) 414 480 473 390 395 548 527 450 632 498 704 772 903 1065 1181

Other versions[Edit]Edit

The song was also recorded by among other things:

  • Johnny Rivers on his album In Action from 1964.
  • Waylon Jennings on his album The One and Only from 1967.
  • Rod Stewart on his album Gasoline Alley (1970).
  • AC/DC played the song live in its start time, 1974. Bootlegs exist of.
  • Ry Cooder on his album Paradise and Lunch (1974).
  • Johnny Winter on Captured Live! the album from 1976.
  • The Danish band Mabel on the album Another Fine Mess! from 1977.
  • The album the band Molly Hatchet on Flirtin' with Disaster from 1979.
  • Nils Lofgren on Wonderland album from 1983.
  • Feargal Sharkey on his debut album Feargal Sharkey (1985).
  • Three different live versions can be found on the cd box Spring 1990 by Grateful Dead, those 18 CDs counts with six complete concerts from 1990.
  • Social Distortion recorded the song on in 1990, but it is only included as bonus track on the Japanese edition of their album Social Distortion.
  • Arno on the album Give Me the Gift from 1997.

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