I'm Not Signifying - The Rolling Stones (Exile On Main Street Disc 2)





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Published on May 18, 2010

Track 3. Disc 2: I love this song, its so bluesy and slow and rocking.....it gets you right to the soul.

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James Tringham
Bloody hell Nicky Hopkins was a pianist and a half.  Should have been given more credit.  Like Mick T, really.
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Alexander Campbell
Stones at their bluesy best, thanks for sharing. I think it could be Stu on blues piano here, Nicky was best for the more melodic piano style, love how Bobby's sax & Mick's harmonica combine on one of the solo's. The only bit that sounds like Nicky's piano is the short lick at the end of the song. Sadly Stu, Nicky & Bobby are gone now, along with Jimmy Miller. They are missed.
Elliott McWhirter
my favorite Stones song right here, maybe my favorite period. the slide, horns and harmonica paired with Charlie's timing and Mick's drawl. goddamn beautiful.
Nick Hopkins on piano !
Maya LinQuinto
Nicky Hopkins~~~~~~
Mike Newman
Alot of these songs should have made the album...this song plundered my soul and a few more
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@Staggerbaroque Nicky, according to the credits on the inner sleeve. Mr, Hopkins' contribution to Exile was enormous. 
Nicholas Varchenko
Mick's harmonica playing is fucking sick in this song!.. Don't know why this didn't make the album.
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Nicholas Varchenko
Nicky is the BEST!!!
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