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  2. Oct 02,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - High Heel Sneakers (Stereo Remix /Remaster) - The Rolling Stones YouTube The Beatles - Hi-Heel Sneakers (fun jam) - Duration: Roku 20, views.
  3. The Rolling Stones - High Heeled Sneakers (studio Chess Studios, Chicago, IL, USA) (stereo) Lyrics. Put on your red dress baby, 'Cause we're going out to night. Put on your red dress baby, 'Cause we're going out to night. You better wear so.
  4. Dec 19,  · “In Action: German Tour ” features audio from the Stones trips to Europe. The set begins with a, er, Dutch show from the Kurhaus, Scheveningen, Netherlands on the 8th of August, The show has seen release before on the VPG release, “Ready Steady Stones”.
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  6. “Hi-Heel Sneakers” is a blues song recorded by Tommy Tucker in , recorded and released by Paul McCartney in , on his Unplugged album. ‘Can I Get A Witness’, ‘Hi-Heel Sneakers’, ‘I Heard It Through The Grapevine’ – I think of all of those early Motown-type songs in one great rush.
  7. The Rolling Stones ‎– In Action - German Tour Label: Dog N Cat Records ‎– DAC High-Heel Sneakers: 4: Susie Q: 5: Mona: Ernst-Merck-Halle (2nd show), Hamburg, West-Germany, September 13, 6: Everybody Needs Somebody To Love.
  8. Jul 13,  · Edit for headphones. From the bootleg "Around and around" from Invasion Unlimited (IU). This one was de hissed a bit too much by the bootleggers, I changed that, along with some other 'enhancements' (percussion, bass etc.). Recorded first for BBC radio on April 10, Recorded in the studio on June 16, , never released. Harmonica: Brian Jones.

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