Honky Tonk Women

Song composer(s)

Jagger, Mick / Richards, Keith

Grateful Dead Recordings

Not recorded by the Dead

Dead Related Recordings

No Dead related recordings entered

Other Recordings

Single : Rolling Stones (1969)
Swamp Rock : The Ventures (1969)
Stones In The Park Soundtrack : Rolling Stones (1969)
Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out : Rolling Stones (1970)
Mad Dogs & Englishmen : Joe Cocker (1970)
Singer Of Sad Songs : Waylon Jennings (1970)
Charlie Walker (1970)
Gimme Shelter Soundtrack : Rolling Stones (1970)
Rudy The Fifth : Rick Nelson (1971)
Lovejoy : Albert King (1971)
Gimme Shelter : Rolling Stones (1971)
What You Hear Is What You Get : Ike & Tina Turner (1971)
Hot Rocks 1964-1971 : Rolling Stones (1972)
Eat It : Humble Pie (1973)
The Great Fatsby : Leslie West (1975)
Sleepless Nights : Gram Parsons (1976)
Trick Bag : The Meters (1976)
Vintage NRPS : New Riders Of The Purple Sage (1978)
Half Nelson : Willie Nelson (1985)
Get Back : Ike Turner (1985)
Best Of Albert King, Vol. 2 : Albert King (1986)
Dim Lights, Thick Smoke & Loud, Loud Music : Flying Burrito Brothers (1987)
Live At The Ritz : Ron Wood (1987)
Born To Boogie : Hank Williams Jr. (1987)
Live 1983-1085 : Rick Nelson (1989)
Essential Pogues : The Pogues (1991)
Proud Mary - The Best Of Ike & Tina Turner : Ike & Tina Turner (1991)

Performance History

Played only in New Riders Of The Purple Sage sets in 1970/71 Dead shows which were structured as follows; Acoustic Dead set, NRPS set, Electric Dead set.

Notes

First recorded by the Rolling Stones in May 1969 at the Olympic Studios in London. This version was released as a single with You Can't Always Get What You Want on the B-side.

The version released on Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out was recorded at Madison Square Gardens in November 1969.