“Tumbling Dice” by The Rolling Stones Limited Edition Print of Original Painting

£195.00

"Tumbling Dice" was recorded at chateau Villa Nellcôte, on 3 August 1971. Mick Taylor, the Rolling Stones' second guitarist, played bass on the track, due to bassist Bill Wyman's absence that night, and Mick Jagger plays guitar. Keith Richards said, "I remember writing the riff upstairs in the very elegant front room, and we took it downstairs the same evening and we cut it." Jagger said of the lyrics, "It's weird where your lyric things come from. On Tumbling Dice, the house keeper and I talked about gambling. She liked to play dice and I really didn't know much about it, but I got it off her and managed to make the song out of that.'Tumbling Dice' was written to fit Keith's riff. It's about gambling and love, an old blues trick."

Limited Edition Print
Strictly limited to just 75 numbered copies
Printed on fine art paper with an attractive frame and mount
Signed and stamped and numbered by Morgan HowellSize: 430mm x 530mm (17" x 21")

Framed Oversize Print
Strictly limited to just 9 numbered copies
3D Print construction on fine art paper with an attractive box frame
Signed and stamped and numbered by Morgan Howell
Size: 410mm x 410mm (16" x 16’)

Framed Supersize Print
Strictly limited to just 9 numbered copies
3D Print construction on canvas with 27" vinyl disc & printed fine art paper label
Signed and stamped and numbered by Morgan Howell
Size: 810mm x 810mm (32" x 32")
Bespoke Art Glass Frame

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