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|Jamming with Edward!|
|Studio album by Ry Cooder, Nicky Hopkins, Mick Jagger, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts|
|Released||7 January 1972|
|Recorded||23 April 1969, Olympic Studio, London, United Kingdom|
|Ry Cooder chronology|
|Nicky Hopkins chronology|
|The Rolling Stones chronology|
The album was recorded at London's Olympic Studio during the Let It Bleed sessions of 1969 and released on Rolling Stones Records in 1972. It consists of a series of loose jams performed by band members while waiting for Keith Richards to return to the studio, Richards having earlier left the studio after an issue about Cooder's role as support guitarist. On the strength of the album's association with the Rolling Stones, Jamming with Edward! reached #33 on the US charts, although it failed to make the UK listings.
The eponymous "Edward" was pianist Nicky Hopkins, in reference to Edward the Mad Shirt Grinder, Hopkins' star turn on Quicksilver Messenger Service's album Shady Grove. Hopkins also contributed the cover art. The liner notes were written by Mark Paytress and Mick Jagger.
Jamming with Edward! was remastered and reissued by Virgin Records in 1994.
|1.||"The Boudoir Stomp"||5:13|
|2.||"It Hurts Me Too" (Elmore James/Mel London; original version: Tampa Red, 1941)||5:12|
|3.||"Edward's Thrump Up"||8:11|
|4.||"Blow with Ry"||11:05|
|5.||"Interlude a la El Hopo - Includes: "The Loveliest Night of the Year" (Webster, Ross)"||2:04|
|1972||Billboard Pop Albums||33|
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