The Rolling Stones performing "Paint It Black" live at the Tokyo Dome, February 1990. "Paint It Black" was featured on the American release of the 1966 album, Aftermath. This version features Mick Jagger on vocals, Keith Richards on guitar, Charlie Watts on drums, Ronnie Wood on guitar, Bill Wyman on bass, Matt Clifford on keyboards and French horn, Bobby Keys on saxophone, Chuck Leavell on keyboards, Bernard Fowler on backing vocals, Lisa Fischer on backing vocals, Cindy Mizelle on backing vocals, and the Uptown Horns. Buy "Paint It Black" Available in the USA through Google Music

23 thoughts on “The Rolling Stones – Paint It Black (Live) – OFFICIAL

  1. i wish nicki minaj would do a remix to this song

  2. A mi me gusta la version original.. pero igual es excelente esta cancion 🙂

  3. … ive heard this song from another band that i like better but i cant find it

  4. Is Ronnie really drunk or is he on something else here? He’s hilarious.

  5. incredible.. ide say this is my favorite version of this song.. but its a close call between this and his young days when he was really growly..

  6. love this song, but honestly i’m more flashy when i do it in kareoke

  7. Very true . I love the middle eastern influence of this song . Thanks

  8. Felices 69 años Mick Jagger Nadie a Bailado Como Tu ♥ ♫

  9. I see a line of cars and they’re all painted black
    With flowers and my love both never to come back
    I see people turn their heads and quickly look away
    Like a new born baby it just happens ev’ry day

  10. One of the only bands still together n still rockin’ , can’t compare them to many they are in a league of their own :):)

  11. Quem é brasileiro é curte Rolling Stone da uma joinha

  12. Short-haired Mick never made it for me. Glad my first tour was Voodoo Lounge where he was long-haired and buff.

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