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Lady Jane - The Rolling Stones - Flowers

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Flowers - The Rolling Stones on AllMusic - - Flowers was dismissed as a rip-off of sorts by Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Flowers - The Rolling Stones on AllMusic - - Flowers was dismissed as a rip-off of sorts by 9/
  2. "Lady Jane" is a song by The Rolling Stones that featured on their album Aftermath. It delivers an Elizabethan atmosphere with its lyrics and haunting instrumentation showcasing Brian Jones on dulcimer, and was rumored at one point to be about the wives of Henry VIII.
  3. This song was rumored to be about drugs, with "Lady Anne" code for amphetamine and "Lady Jane" a reference to marijuana (as in "Mary Jane"). Brian Jones, who was The Stones guitarist until his death in , played the dulcimer, an instrument you play on your lap by plucking or strumming the strings.
  4. The Rolling Stones "Lady Jane": My sweet Lady Jane When I see you again Your servant am I And will humbly remain Just heed this plea.
  5. "Lady Jane" is a song by the English rock group the Rolling Stones, penned by the group's songwriting duo of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. It was initially included on their album, Aftermath. which was released on 12 April in the UK and 20 June in the thrash.fivegallonbucket.netinfo: Baroque pop, baroque rock, psychedelic pop.
  6. Later re-releases of this CD (see The Rolling Stones - Flowers and The Rolling Stones - Flowers) contain slightly different BAOI and matrix numbers Barcode and /5(10).
  7. Apr 22,  · Lady Jane chords The Rolling Stones (Aftermath) / D / D C C D 2x / D C G D My sweet Lady Jane, when I see you again C G D Your servant am I /5().
  8. Oct 06,  · Disregarding the album jacket, a concept aimed squarely at the Flower Power Summer of Love counter culture, Flowers is without a doubt, the number one overlooked Rolling Stones’ albums, an album that almost acts as a line of demarcation between those who were there then, and those who discovered The Stones any time after one of their early 70’s releases; primarily Sticky Fingers/5(K).
  9. Oct 15,  · "Lady Jane" is a flower-bearing foray into Elizabethan balladry that exerted a huge influence on the refined, genteel side of British psychedelic pop.
  10. "Lady Jane" was one of the highlights of the Rolling Stones' album Aftermath, and a Top 30 hit as the B-side of "Mother's Little Helper"; had it been issued as an A-side, it no doubt would have gone higher. More important, it was a significant departure for the group, as a beautiful love ballad that treated women with respect.

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