is a song from The Rolling Stones, written late December 1968 to early January 1969, while the group was on holiday in Brazil and inspired by Brazilian ‚caipiras' (inhabitants of rural, remote areas of parts of Brazil). Ike & Tina Turner covered the song one year later for the album Come Together and performed it repeatedly in their concerts, available on many live albums. Tina performed it together with Ann Margret in her own TV-Show in 1975 and later solo in her Nice 'N' Rough concerts. In 1988 in Osaka and again in 1989 at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony, she performed it together with Mick Jagger live on stage.
Writer: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards
Producer: Ike Turner
Album: Come Together (1970) / Live In Paris (1971) / What You Hear Is What You Get (1971) / The World of Ike & Tina (1973) / Live at Circus Krone (1993) / Live In '71 (2004)
Video: Live In '71 (2004) / Nice ’N' Rough (1982) / Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (2011)