‘Slave’ The Rolling Stones (first version with vocals, bootleg) recorded 1975/1980, feat. Sonny Rollins

‘Slave’ was eventually recorded for Tattoo You but this is the original 10 minute long version know as ‘Black And Blue Jam’ or ‘Vagina’, recorded in 1975 (between 22nd January - 9th February: Rotterdam, Holland, De Doelen, Mobile Record Unit) and 1980 (11th October - 12th November: Boulogne-Billancourt, near Paris, France, Pathé-Marconi Studios).This long version was compiled of two cut up tapes from different sources creating the ultimate and finally complete version of ‘Slave'.

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As one listener correctly noted, in this original raw version ‘(Jagger) wants to be your slave, on Tattoo You it’s DON'T want to be your slave.' Much speculation then ensues among the fans about the significance of this shift, making connections with his split from Bianca and the song, 'Black Limousine’.

The sessions included the long-term Stones collaborators who are so central to their sound: Billy Preston on keyboards and Ollie Brown on percussion.

And also the jazz god-figure, Sonny Rollins, providing yet another reason to venerate him. He also defines the mood, enhances the pure loveliness of ‘Waiting on a friend’ that appeared on Tattoo You (1981) - the record many critics believe was the last great Stones album. 

‘Mick Jagger sitting on the steps with Peter Tosh in front of the 'Physical Graffiti' building, just waiting on a friend’ (to quote another).