50 Years Ago Today- The Rolling Stones Stop at Muscle Shoals Sound & Start Recording “Wild Horses, “Brown Sugar,” “You Gotta Move”

On the way to traveling to the Altamont concert of December 6, The Rolling Stones stop at Muscle Shoals Sound Studios in Alabama on 12/2/69, where they spend three days recording the songs “Wild Horses,””You Gotta Move” and “Brown Sugar.” The songs would end up on the Sticky Fingers LP and feature Mick Taylor on guitar for his first full-length LP as a Stones member. Listen to the everlasting graceful rock of “Wild Horses”…

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