in Classic Rock The Rolling Stones – Fancy Man Blues (1989) March 14, 2011, 8:28 pm 1.3k Views 22 Comments Outtake from 1989 Steel Wheels-session The Rolling Stones – Fancy Man Blues (1989) source BluesFancyManRollingStones See more Previous article My Lady D’Arbanville – Cat Stevens Next article The grindhouse blues – Robert Rodriguez (Planet Terror soundtrack) 22 Comments Leave a Reply underrated number here… Reply Just couldnt get any better…. AWSUM Reply MUCH too good for a B side. And why wasn't this included on the 2009 "Steel Wheels" remaster???????? Reply Thanks!! 🙂 Reply This should have been on the album… Reply Cool! Reply This is great. Thank you for posting. Reply Grand. Reply god bless you!!! i was thinking exactly tha same! Reply Well said man!!! Reply Ohhhhh Boyyyyy!!! Reply Loocking good Baby Reply Frankly better than the A side of the single. The Rolling Stones are at their best when they're playing blues. Reply Damn! Reply maybe this is a homage to Ian Stewart and Nicky Hopkins Reply wauw Reply is this a cover version. whatever its the stones at their best. just playing the blues. Reply There are no record sleeves anymore.Too bad.On the sleeve of Let It Bleed,it has two pearls of wisdom from the Stones.The first is This Record Should Be played Loud.The second perfectly describes what's within–Hard Knox and Durty Sox.Jesus,I love these guys. Reply Is that Nicky Hopkins on the keyboards? Reply Chuck Leavell on piano i think Reply Hard to beat old fashioned blues. Reply Great blues Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!