History[ edit ] Tattoo You is an album primarily composed of outtakes from previous recording sessions, some dating back a decade, with new vocals and overdubs. Guitarist Keith Richards commented in We'd agreed we were going to go out on the road and we wanted to tour behind a record. There was no time to make a whole new album and make the start of the tour. There was a need to have an album out, and I told everyone I could make an album from what I knew was still there.
And then I presented it to the band and I said, 'Hey, look guys, you've got all this great stuff sitting in the can and it's great material, do something with it.
Jagger said in a interview, "It wasn't all outtakes; some of it was old songs I had to write lyrics and melodies.
A lot of them didn't have anything, which is why they weren't used at the time — because they weren't complete. They were just bits, or they were from early takes". The backing tracks for both songs were cut in late during the Goats Head Soup sessions and feature Mick Taylornot Ronnie Woodon guitar. Taylor, who was not credited, later demanded and received a share of the album's royalties.
They feature Billy Preston on keyboards and Ollie E. Wayne Perkins plays the lead guitar on "Worried About You". Mick Jagger was the only member of the band present at some of these sessions. Other overdubs, such as Sonny Rollins ' saxophone parts on "Slave" and "Waiting on a Friend", were also added at these sessions. Products displayed in these tables are not for sale unless otherwise stated. They are included here merely for informational purposes and as examples of items on which the marks are found.
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In business from under the name Abdingdon Sanitary Manufacturing Company, making plumbing fixtures. The name was changed to Abingdon Potteries in Lehner's Encyclopedia of U. In business since He inherited this beautiful hand painted bowl from his Mother. It measures 12" wide x 8" across x 7" tall. Unidentified, but was probably an exporter in Bavaria, Germany.
Foreign in the mark was for export purposes. A porcelain factory and decorating studio in Limoges, France. The France CA mark is the factory mark. Ahrenfeldt Limoges mark is the decorating mark.
Both marks are dated 's. This was their wedding china given to them by her two brothers. The word Depose is French for registered.
Klingenberg, A porcelain factory and decorating studio in Limoges, France; whiteware mark used c. Found by Karen in Florida among the treasures left by her mother-in-law, Helen. AK Limoges France, A.
Klingenberg, A porcelain factory and decorating studio in Limoges, France; decorating mark used c. Klingenberg and Charles Dwenger. A decorating mark used c. The green star is a whiteware mark used c. Demitasse Cup and Saucer owned by C. A Bohemian porcelain factory no longer in existence. This mark is dated c. E-mail if you can help. As a child, N's mother born inremembers this compote on her mother's table N's grandmotheralways with fruit in it.
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N's mother believed it may have been a wedding gift for her parents in The mark was apparently put into use in The sources differ as to when it ended. One saysone saysand one leaves it open-ended. Two beautiful demitasse cups from Arnart sent by a viewer. Picture of vase is courtesy of Suzan in Oregon. The mark on Suzan's vase is the same as the mark from Anita, but without the gold mark. Suzan inherited the vase from her grandmother, who in turn received it as a gift in the early 's from a wealthy couple in Brentwood, California, for whom she worked.
Estimated age of the vase is 's. Please e-mail if you can any additional information about the vase. Suzan is wanting to sell it.
If interestedclick on this link of our website for more information. Lucio in Extremadura, an independent region in Western Spain, shared pictures of the dish he inherited from his grandmother.
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It was acquired sometime in the years of in Valladolid or Madrid. That is compatible with the years this mark was in use c.
Tony Booth in Brisbane, Australia, shared pictures of his plate that he purchased at a charity sale everal years ago in Brisbane. This beautiful unmarked plate is possibly of Austrian origin.
Found on a hand painted sugar bowl and creamer that appear to be of Austrian origin. The creamer has a red beehive and the word Austria. Both pieces have the unknown red mark that appears to have an big M with a C and O behind and the words Trade Mark at the bottom.
Marjorie Hancock of Lynbrook, New York, inherited these beautiful pieces from her father who was born in Marjorie believes these may have belonged to his grandmother.
The pieces appear to be handpainted. This signature, Dussons, is found on the pieces. Appears to be that of a small porcelain factory in Merkelsgrun, Bohemia, that was active in the late 's.
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