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How to play Can't you hear me knocking by The rolling stones?

Can't You Hear Me Knocking” is a song by the English rock band, The Rolling Stones, which appears on their 1971 album titled Sticky Fingers. The song spans over seven minutes and begins with an open-G guitar introduction by Keith Richards.

Anecdote musicaleTaylor said in a 1979 interview that The End Jam happened by accident; this was not planned. Towards the end of the song, he just wanted to keep playing.

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How to play can't you hear me knocking

The tempo of “Can't You Hear Me Knockin” is 151 bpm, which is fast enough to perform the guitar riff. However, the battery pulse is reduced by half (half time), making it easier to follow.

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How to play can't you hear me knocking by The Rolling Stones

“Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” is a song by the English rock band the Rolling Stones, from their 1971 album Sticky Fingers. There song lasts over seven minutes and begins with an open-G guitar introduction by Keith Richards. The title track lasts two minutes and 43 seconds, after which it transitions into an extended improvised jam.

How to play can't you hear me knocking: one take is enough

The entire track was recorded in one take, with the jam being a happy accident; the band had assumed that the tape machine had been turned off and were surprised to discover that the entire session had been recorded. Originally, they were going to finish the song before the jam started, but they were so happy with the jam that they decided to keep it.

How to play can't you hear me knocking: additional musicians

In addition to regular Rolling Stones members Mick Jagger (vocals), Keith Richards (guitar), Mick Taylor (guitar), Charlie Watts (drums) and Bill Wyman (bass), the song also features conga player Rocky Dijon, the saxophonist Bobby Keys, organist Billy Preston and additional percussion from producer Jimmy Miller.

How to play can't you hear me knocking: Keith Richards' intro riff

“Can't You Hear Me Knocking” came out like that, he just found the tuning and the riff, started playing it and Charlie followed right away, and they were like, “hey, that really grooves” . So everyone was smiling. According to Keith Richards, for a guitarist it's not much to play, the chopped, staccato chords, very direct and refined.

How to play can't you hear me knocking: Keith Richards' denial

The jam at the end was not Carlos Santana inspired. We didn't even know they were still recording. We thought we were finished. We were just wandering and they left the tape running. I thought we were just going to let it fade. It wasn’t until we heard the playback that we realized, “Oh, they kept recording.” Basically, we realized we had two parts of music. There is the song and there is the jam.

How to play can't you hear me knocking: according to Slash

“Mick Taylor had the biggest influence on me, without me realizing it,” Slash said. “My favorite Stones records were Beggars Banquet, Let It Bleed and Sticky Fingers… One of Mick Taylor's greatest solos is 'Can't You Hear Me Knocking'. It’s the kind of thing that’s almost like old Eric Clapton – it’s very simple, but it’s about placement of notes and how you approach them.”

How to play can't you hear me knocking: the release

The release of “Can't You Hear Me Knocking” was a landmark moment for the Rolling Stones and for rock music in general. The song was well received by fans and critics, praised for its raw energy and musical innovation. It helped cement the Rolling Stones' reputation as pioneers of rock 'n' roll.

How to play can't you hear me knocking: sustainability

Over the years, “Can't You Hear Me Knocking” has become one of the Rolling Stones' most beloved and recognized songs. It remains a staple of their live concerts and remains a centerpiece of their extensive musical catalog.