1) What jumps out is how thick and long the reverb on the vocal track is. The verb is delayed so it stays out of way of the lead vocal a bit, but there's a lot more of it than I ever remember hearing on the record.
2) The other thing that jumps out is the third harmony vocal on the choruses in between Mick's lead vocal and Mary's high part. Never heard that before, but I like it.
3) It's interesting to hear how distorted everything is, especially on Mary Clayton's parts when she begins to belt it out.
4) Mary Clayton's part in the bridge is still great, no matter how many times I've heard it before. What a performance. Gives me chills!
UPDATE: Sorry, but this video has been removed due to a copyright claim by ABKCO.
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