The soulful Rolling Stones tune 'Heart of Stone' is notable for its bass sounds, with Bill Wyman holding down his traditional bass while Keith Richards and Brian Jones are knocking down the six-string bass line on their guitars. Mick Jagger sings about the life of a womanizer who is banking on the idea that there's one woman in particular that won't break his heart.

The track was released in November 1964 and became their second Top 20 U.S. single. In the U.S., it appeared on their album, 'The Rolling Stones, Now!'





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