The Rolling Stones Isolated Vocal Track: Honky Tonk Women

Released as a single in 1969, the first to feature new guitarist Mick Taylor, Honky Tonk Women showed the world that the Stones had evolved since 1968’s Beggar’s Banquet. The song is probably most well known for featuring that incredible opening guitar riff but the vocals and the lyrics are themselves fantastic. What we have in this article are the isolated vocals from the entire song. Take a listen.

Direct Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2Y7Fcqvi3E

What’s great about listening to these vocals is the amount of chat, breathing and shouting in between lines. It really gives you an insight into the recording of the song and you’re able to really hear how well Mick and Keith sing together, with Keith singing the backing vocals so perfectly.

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