Rolling Stones “Wild Horses” Acoustic Live in Studio — Video Finds

Here’s a clip of the Stones playing one of their best slower numbers, “Wild Horses.”

The video was shot live (in appropriately moody black and white) at Toshiba/EMI Studios in Tokyo back in 1995.

“Wild Horses” originally appeared on the Stones’ 1971 album Sticky Fingers, and was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.

This version appears on the album Stripped, which is a collection of live recordings from smaller venues and studio recordings.

Mick Taylor is said to have used the Nashville tuning on the original recording, where the E, A, D and G strings are tuned one octave higher than standard tuning.

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Acoustic Nation

Acoustic Nation is written by Laura B. Whitmore, a music industry marketing veteran, music journalist and editor, who has contributed to, Guitar World, and others. She has interviewed hundreds of musicians and hosts the She Rocks Podcast. As the founder of the Women’s International Music Network, she advocates for women in the music industry and produces the annual She Rocks Awards. She is the Senior Vice President of Marketing for Positive Grid, making the world safe for guitar exploration everywhere! A guitarist and singer/songwriter, Laura is currently co-writing an album of pop songs that empower and energize girls.