GIMME SHELTER

Latest update on 03/09/2020

Artist: Rolling Stones
Author: Mick Jagger/Keith Richards
Label: Decca
Year: 1969

On Let It Bleed. Co-lead vocals: Merry Clayton.

Covers:

1970:

Merry Clayton

1970:

Josefus

1971:

Grand Funk Railroad

1971:

Detroit [with Mitch Ryder]

1971:

Cal Tjader

1983:

Sisters Of Mercy [widespread unfamiliarity of Sisters fans with the original, even today, finally opened up the gate for adding this title, not too obvious after all]

1987:

Divine Horsemen [as Gimmie Shelter, as spelled by the Stones originally; with Chris D. and Julie Christensen]

1988:

Mitch Ryder

1989:

Goo Goo Dolls

1989:

Inspiral Carpets [Peel session]

1993:

New Model Army [with Tom Jones]

1993:

Hawkwind [with Samantha Fox]

1993:

Thunder

1993:

Jimmy Somerville & Voice Of The Beehive

1997:

Hellacopters

2005:

Kathy Mattea

2007:

Patti Smith [with Tom Verlaine and Flea]

2007:

Angelique Kidjo & Joss Stone

2007:

Keith Urban & Alicia Keys [on Live Earth]

2009:

Paolo Nutini

2011:

Puddle Of Mudd

2011:

Paul Brady

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