Edit 4b for headphones, August 19, 2023. Source of the edit: the album "Aftermath" (US version, Japanese mini lp, 2006 remaster - uicy-93020). All black and white photos, colorized with "Palette".
Recorded 3-8 December 1965 and 6-9 March 1966 in the RCA Studios in Hollywood, California. Released on "Aftermath" in April 1966 (June in the US)... it was eight weeks at no. 1 on the UK album charts.
Organ: Brian Jones. Electric guitars: Brian Jones (the opening guitar part and that same guitar sound throughout the entire song, says Bill Wyman) & Keith Richards (rhythm guitar). Lead vocals: Mick Jagger. Drums: Charlie Watts. Fuzz bass: Bill Wyman. Backing vocals: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards.
Main engineer: Dave Hassinger.
Bill Wyman mentioned that Dave Hassinger, the main engineer of the RCA Studios in Hollywood, was essential for the album "Aftermath", for he made the group feel comfortable during the sessions as he, according to Wyman, let them experiment with instrumentals and teaming up with session musicians like Jack Nitzsche to variegate their sound. Wyman also stated that he and Brian Jones would pick up instruments that were in the studio and experiment with various sounds for each song.
Brian Jones was very important in shaping the album's tone and arrangements, as he experimented with a vast array of ethnic instruments such as the marimba, sitar, Appalachian dulcimer and organ, which contrasted with the folk, pop, country, blues and rock compositions, thus resulting in a diverse mix of musical styles.
Bill Wyman also played various instruments on the album: bass, piano, organ, harpsichord, marimba, bells.