The Rolling Stones - Love Is Strong - OFFICIAL PROMO





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Published on May 8, 2012

The official promo video for the Rolling Stones' 1994 single "Love Is Strong".

The track was the first single from the 1994 Grammy award winning album, Voodoo Lounge. Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, and produced by Don Was, the song features Mick Jagger on lead vocals, harmonica and maracas, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood on electric and acoustic guitars and backing vocals, newcomer to the band Darryl Jones on bass guitar, Charlie Watts on drums, and Bernard Fowler and Ivan Neville on backing vocals.

The video was filmed in New York City and directed by David Fincher, who went on to direct Fight Club, the Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, the Social Network (for which he won a BAFTA and a Golden Globe for best director) and the Curious Case of Benjamin Button, which garnered him an Academy Award nomination.

Robert Duffy edited the video at Spot Welders in California, USA, and received the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (NARAS) award for Best Music Video (Short Form) in 1994 for his innovative editing techniques. The directors of photography were Gary Waller and Mike Trim, and Fred Raimondi is credited with special effects, who were all nominated for MTV Video Music Awards in 1995 for their work on the video.

Love is strong
And you're so sweet
You make me hard
You make me weak
Love is strong
And you're so sweet
And some day, babe
We got to meet

A glimpse of you
Was all it took
A stranger's glance
It got me hooked
And I followed you
Across the stars
I looked for you
In seedy bars

What are you scared of, baby
It's more than just a dream
I need some time
We make a beautiful team
A beautiful team

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The Rolling Stones
A glimpse of you was all it took  A stranger's glance, it got me hooked 
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Daniela Schwarz
And your so sweet....
Stones On Fire.
Love Strong
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The Rolling Stones
What are you scared of, baby  It's more than just a dream  I need some time  We make a beautiful team 
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Cool Cool
The Rolling Stone
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Jeff Smith
How the hell did we get from 1994 to 2016 so damn fast? Anybody???
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The government has screwed up Time and just haven't told us yet.
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Jeff Smith
Who the hell is cooler than C. Watts?
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Vibo 88
The man who play guitar...I think is name is Keith Richsometing...but yeah Charlie is damn cool, he got is own indolent style..I miss the rythm team that he formed with Bill Wyman, they were perfectly fit together as two discreet rockers instead of Mick and Keith who plays the rockstars leaders...perfect band to me... and of course we will never forget Brian Jones as an multi-instrumentist and Mick Taylor as a lead guitar virtuose...and Ronnie...yeah it's Ronnie...ah cool dude.
Jeff Smith
Amen to that brother...
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Mind Funk
Now its time for a complete change in how we think, act and live. The age of mankind is slowly but surly coming to an end, not even so slowly anymore. Mankind will not exist for much longer, that is the truth beyond any reasonable doubt to any honest person with eyes to see with. It can go two ways though; it can be as good as possible or as bad as possible, it all goes down to how many people that learn and change according to the simple truth about life that has just recently been unveiled. https://www.facebook.com/thetrut4/#, click on the link and let it lead you to the book called the present. Its the most important document on Earth.
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Ciorchinele Suprem
Start that change yourself by chilling the fuck out.
Robert Bingham
+Mind Funk Why don't you rub some garlic butter on your scrotum and let a whippet lick it off?
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Madeleine Hague
The last really good LP the Stones have done, IMHO.
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Rolling Ormond
Bigger Bang is rich  and varied. Maybe a new album of originals before they're eighty! Fingers crossed!
Stick Twist
Personally I really liked "Bridges to Babylon" as their last very good album. cheers stick
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Paul Staker
I wish a modern Godzilla movie can be made like this.
It's be cooler having 4 men in their 70's walking around
Welcome to Argentina!
peter mills
This video is really good. But what a FANTASTIC record this is! That 'pared down' Rolling Stones power is untouchably brilliant!
Anke Unruh
Yes, and yes. I believe that those musicians never ever would accept a ghostwriter to write gender mainstream songs. So this song is pure human life as it always was and always should be. The worst lover's fail will be million times better than the best economist, supreme leader of nations - or any god. Love is strong. This video shows full respect to both sides of that.
Daniela Tavares
Eita musica sexy sem ser vulgar!!! Adorooooooo
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