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Sticky Fingers is an album by The Rolling Stones from 1971. It contains the hits "Brown Sugar", "Wild Horses" and "Dead flowers". It was the first album that was released on Rolling Stones Records label.
The cover of the album, a tight jeans, probably worn by actor Joe Dallesandro, was conceived and designed by Andy Warhol and John Pasche (who also had designed the Rolling Stones logo) and photographed by Billy Name.
All songs written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards , except where noted.
- Brown Sugar
- Wild Horses
- Can't You Hear Me Knocking
- You Gotta Move (Fred McDowell/Rev. Gary Davis)
- I Got The Blues
- Sister Morphine (Marianne Faithfull; editing by Jagger and Richards)
- Dead Flowers
- Moonlight Mile
The Rolling Stones:
- Mick Jagger – lead vocals, acoustic guitar, backing vocals, guitar, percussion
- Keith Richards – electric guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals
- Mick Taylor – electric guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar
- Charlie Watts – drums
- Bill Wyman – bass guitar, electric piano
- Ian Stewart – piano
- Nicky Hopkins – piano
- Bobby Keys – saxophone
- Jim Price – trumpet, piano
- Billy Preston – organ
- Jim Dickinson – piano
- Rocky Dijon – congas
- Jack Nitzsche – piano
- Ry Cooder – slide-guitar
- Jimmy Miller – percussion
- Paul Buckmaster – string arrangement
|1971||UK Top 50 Albums||1|
|1971||Billboard Pop Albums||1|
|1971||Brown Sugar/Bitch & Let It Roc||UK Top 50 Singles||2|
|1971||Brown Sugar||The Billboard Hot 100||1|
|1971||Wild Horses||The Billboard Hot 100||28|
|Predecessor:||Number-one album in the Dutch Album Top 100||Successor:
Dutch Hitpourri 7 by various artists