The Rolling Stones - Live With Me (Song)
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  • Something else which is interesting about this track is that it features a saxophone solo which is nice because it isn’t something that I expected and somewhat takes the track out of that traditional rock and roll sound with the use of outside instrumentation
  • The track isn’t anything brilliant but I think it’s a good song for traditional rock and roll


    • by Grimmy101
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      Live With Me is a song by The Rolling Stones which appears on their record Let It Bleed. The track starts off with a distinct bass line which carries the main rhythm of the track before Jagger and Richards come in with the vocals and guitar part respectively, although the bass continues to carry the main rhythm of this song.

      The track also features a


      piano which comes in as well which reinforces this very rock and roll sound to it.

      Jagger’s vocal melody works extremely well with the music of the track and although the song thus far really just sort of strikes me as traditional rock and roll, it’s a pretty enjoyable song nonetheless to be honest.

      Something else which is interesting about this track is that it ...


      • features a saxophone solo which is nice because it isn’t something that I expected and somewhat takes the track out of that traditional rock and roll sound with the use of outside instrumentation.

        After this ends the track goes back into its typical sound and ends soon after that, as you can see the track really isn’t all that long and it doesn’t go through

        all that many changes.

        Despite being extremely simple in structure and arrangement, I really do like the very rock and roll sound and attitude which The Rolling Stones have on this track and I’d certainly say that Jagger’s vocal performance on the track is strong throughout and worth looking into the song.

        The track isn’t anything brilliant but I think it’s a good song for traditional rock and roll.




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