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"2120 South Michigan Avenue" Song by The Rolling Stones from the album 12 X 5 Released 14 August 1964 Recorded 11 June 1964 Genre Rhythm and Blues, instrumental rock Length 2:07 (EP and original 12 X 5 album version) 3:38 (German album and 2002 12 X 5 CD version) Writer Nanker Phelge "2120 South Michigan Avenue" is an original instrumental by the Rolling Stones recorded for their second EP Five by Five. It was also released on their second US album 12 X 5 in 1964. Composer credit goes to Nanker Phelge, a title giving credit equally to all members of the band. In the book Rolling with the Stones, Bill Wyman recalls that the composition process started with him playing a bass riff and that the others followed on jamming.[1] The title refers to the address of the offices and recording studios of Chess Records and Checker Records in Chicago where the five songs for the EP were recorded in June 1964.[2] AllMusic reviewer Richie Unterberger described the song as a great groovin' original blues-rock jam.[3] The song was originally released at just over two minutes in length, fading early for lack of time available on a conventional EP in 1964. A full length (3:38 minute) version appears on the 1964 West German Decca LP Around And Around, and the 2002 CD re-release of 12 X 5.[4] Personnel Bill Wyman - bass Brian Jones - harmonica Charlie Watts - drums Keith Richards - guitar Ian Stewart - organ Mick Jagger - percussion[5] External links Faded 2:07 version of the song on YouTube Full length version of the song on YouTube (in stereo) 1965 cover version by The Brogues 1967 cover version by The Roadrunners cover version by Japanese boogie-rock combo The Privates References ^ Time Is On Ourside ^ Chicago Tourism site discussing visits to 2120 S Michigan Ave ^ AllMusic review of 5x5 ^ Record history ^ Comment by poster