Rachel FullerRuby Tuesday
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A fave of Mick and Keith's, and a fave of mine too. Enjoy
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Song Comments

Sandman's Songbirds
This is so cool! Rachel has taken one of my fave all time Stones' tunes and added that little touch of magic she puts into every song she does. So simply produced and yet so beautiful! A real treat. I'm sure Mr. Jagger and Mr. Richards approve!


Greatest Clicks
Anyday of the week


d52s
A classic


DearBoy
Haunting.


Denise's One Note
Cool cover of the Rolling Stones' classic.


INDIE MUSIC RADIO
Best Alternative


The Rock
I loved this as a stones classic and I love it still.


The Laughing Man
Yesterday don´t matter if it´s gone hahahahaha how the parents called that girl Ruby Tuesday ? hahahahaha they wanted to create a trauma in the girl hahahahahaha She can´t be changed hahahahahahaha she better learn soon hahahahaha exquisite performance and song hahahahahaha


Nice Vocals
Ruby


Panacea Radio
Mick, you're in trouble! I like Rachel's version better!


Music To My Ears
I love this. So much better the the original!


Voices of Angels
A very nice cover of the Stones classic


RedRobin's SONGS FROM THE HEART
To be able to do a good cover version of an already well-established song is a real test of an artist - Rachel more than succeeds with this classic track.


Misfit Online
A sorrowful rendition.


Bare Thread III
... on the thread, things might change, but they never die, as is the case with "Ruby Tuesday" ...


somewhere
This is so cool! Rachel has taken one of my fave all time Stones' tunes and added that little touch of magic she puts into every song she does. So simply produced and yet so beautiful! A real treat. I'm sure Mr. Jagger and Mr. Richards approve!


NIKKROKK...RADIO
Rachel Fuller is one of the most talented songwriters to come along in quite awhile and is quite intent on shaking up the doldrums of the mainstream music world! This British songstress has been penning tunes since the tender age of ten and it is quite apparent in her work. Her piano and keyboard skills are impeccable and her voice is that of an angel. Her melodies take one places almost completely untraveled by other artists and yet catch the ear of many a listener! This girl is so fresh and original that once you have a taste of her work you will be back for many more! And be sure to catch her hit internet show, ""In the Attic"" where brillant music collides head on with some of the best laughs and the zaniest cast of characters ever seen on the net!


HACKS!!
To be able to do a good cover version of an already well-established song is a real test of an artist - Rachel more than succeeds with this classic track....From Red Robins SONGS OF THE HEART!


Gyroscope Alternative
hmmm I like it


FAME & GLORY
Rachel Fuller is one of the most talented songwriters to come along in quite awhile and is quite intent on shaking up the doldrums of the mainstream music world! This British songstress has been penning tunes since the tender age of ten and it is quite apparent in her work. Her piano and keyboard skills are impeccable and her voice is that of an angel. Her melodies take one places almost completely untraveled by other artists and yet catch the ear of many a listener! This girl is so fresh and original that once you have a taste of her work you will be back for many more! And be sure to catch her hit internet show, ""In the Attic"" where brillant music collides head on with some of the best laughs and the zaniest cast of characters ever seen on the net!


Itso's Earworms
I almost always like covers of Stones songs, sung with female and high-pitched male voices. It's because IMHO The Glimmer Twins (in this particular case - Keith on his own) wrote some great songs over the '60s and '70s, but I'd have never known they are great, if I only listened to them in the original Stones versions, with Mick on vocals - I simply hate most of their vocal arrangements, and Mick's voice and style of singing itself. So I am always grateful, when a lady (like Pete Townshend's woman here) takes a gloomy-sounding Stones song, originally sung in a depressing way by Mick, sings it in a higher key (or whatever the proper term is), and makes it sound much more bright and cheerful. And no, I don't care, when the lyrics are still gloomy and/or negative - I still like my music to sound bright and cheerful, regardless ^_^


Groovy and 60's Style
Thanks to Itso of "Itso's Earworms" for introducing yet another artist to me! Of course, this caught my attention since Ruby Tuesday is my favorite song of The Rolling Stones who are my All-Time #8 Band from my pre-1990 era. I don't recall the exact set-list since 1972 was 45 years ago, but I probably heard Mick sing this live in Kansas City with my brother Tom (Stones are his #1 fave) and my best friend Bob. Unlike Itso, I really like Mick as he taught me half of my dance moves; lol! Actually my fave cover of this song is from Andrea Corrs of The Coors from Ireland. Really groovy video of her singing this live in concert with Ronnie Woods playing guitar alongside her! Rachel did a nice cover as well, but I enjoy the faster tempo of Andrea singing it. I will check out more of Ms. Fuller's works however!


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