Recording date: November 1963 Recording location: De Lane Lea Studios, London
Producer: Andrew Oldham
Performed onstage: 1962-64
Bass: Bill Wyman
Acoustic guitar: Brian Jones
Electric guitar: Keith Richards
Lead vocals: Mick Jagger
Background vocals: Brian Jones & Bill Wyman
It is an Arthur Alexander number, and as much R&B as Memphis or Road Runner. We have been using it in our act for ages and it has always gone down well; that's why we decided to record it.
We liked the song but we just thought of it as one of the four songs (note: on the UK EP released in January 1964), different from the fast ones and suddenly that was the thing that everybody was playing. And different fans started to listen to that and grown-up people listened to it. Your MUMS liked it, you know, all that kind of thing. (Laughs) But it was a nice song and it didn't put you off like Come On did.