Label: Virgin - 7243 58497021,ABKCO - CDVDY 2964,Rolling Stones Records - CDVDY 2964 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation Exclusive Hardback Edition Forty Licks World tour 2002-2003 • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock
Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards it was recorded in late and released as a single in February The song was written during the group's October—December tour of the United States and recorded at the conclusion of their fourth North American tour during the Aftermath album sessions, between 3 and 8 December at RCA Recording Studios in Hollywood, California.
Jagger came up with the title first and then wrote the lyrics around it. The opening 19th Nervous Breakdown - Rolling Stones* - Forty Licks figure is Heartache - Mirage - Jack Mix 88 - The Best Of Mirage - 88 Non Stop Hits by Keith Richards while in the verses Brian Jones plays a bass-note figure that derives from " Diddley Daddy " by Bo Diddleya major influence on the Rolling Stones' style.
The track is also known for Bill Wyman 's so-called "dive-bombing" bass line at the end. At almost four minutes' duration, it is long by the standards of the time. Like many early Rolling Stones recordings, "19th Nervous Breakdown" has been officially released only in mono sound. A rather weak stereo mix as well as being about 20 seconds shorter of the song has turned up in private and bootleg collections. Barry Sadler and number 1 on the Cash Box Top Ina previously unreleased alternate mono mix of the track appeared on Stray Catsa compilation of singles and non-album tracks, in the box set The Rolling Stones in Mono.
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