Talk:The Spider and the Fly (song)
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Mike DeGagne's AllMusic review
DeGange makes several comparisons/references to country music. I don't get it and more importantly, other references don't seem to support this. As Jagger says, it's a Jimmy Reed-style song. Other writers make a similar point, with one writing that it "is a twelve-bar blues very much in the Chess tradition [and] resembles the Chess sound to such an extent that it could have been recorded at the legendary at the legendary studios." The lyrics have more of a story line than the typical AAB blues, which is what DeGagne may be describing as "the form of a cheatin' heart country tune". However, musically, the guitar intro, harp, loping bass line, etc., is pure Reed. DeGagne also is mistaken about the song's first release as a UK B-side and the harp playing sounds more like Brian Jones, so I'm not sure how credible he is. I plan to add some more referenced material to the article and maybe move DeGange to a footnote. —Ojorojo (talk) 17:53, 7 December 2017 (UTC)