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Sister Morphine

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Sister Morphine is a notable song by Marianne Faithfull. - AsNotedIn




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Y/M/D Association Description Place Locale Food Event
1968/00/00 Mick Jagger Songwriter Mick Jagger writes the music for "Sister Morphine" in Rome, Italy.
1968/00/00 Keith Richards Songwriter Mick Jagger writes the music for "Sister Morphine" in Rome, Italy.
1968/07/00 Ry Cooder Guitar Marianne Faithfull records "Sister Morphine" during The Stones' Let It Bleed sessions with Mick Jagger on acoustic guitar, Ry Cooder on slide guitar and bass guitar, Jack Nitzsche on piano and organ, and Charlie Watts on drums.
1968/07/00 Marianne Faithfull Vocalist Marianne Faithfull records "Sister Morphine" during The Stones' Let It Bleed sessions with Mick Jagger on acoustic guitar, Ry Cooder on slide guitar and bass guitar, Jack Nitzsche on piano and organ, and Charlie Watts on drums.
1968/07/00 Mick Jagger Acoustic Guitar Marianne Faithfull records "Sister Morphine" during The Stones' Let It Bleed sessions with Mick Jagger on acoustic guitar, Ry Cooder on slide guitar and bass guitar, Jack Nitzsche on piano and organ, and Charlie Watts on drums.
1969/02/21 Marianne Faithfull Performer Marianne Faithfull's "Sister Morphine" is released as the B-side to her Decca Records single "Something Better".
1969/02/21 Decca Records Record Label Marianne Faithfull's "Sister Morphine" is released as the B-side to her Decca Records single "Something Better".
1969/03/00 The Rolling Stones Performers The Rolling Stones record their version of "Sister Morphine" at Olympic Sound Studios in London with Jagger on vocals, Richards on acoustic guitar and backing vocals, Cooder and on slide guitar, Nitzsche on piano, Bill Wyman on bass and Watts on drums.

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