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Exile On Main Street [Limited Edition]

Exile On Main Street [Limited Edition]
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Description: L L Amazon.com essential recording From the swaggering frustration in the first song ("I only get my rocks off while I'm sleeping," Mick Jagger sings in the hyper "Rocks Off"), the Stones speed through familiar neighborhoods of country, blues, and R&B on Exile. They never even bother to stop when they've crash ... (more)
Manufacturer: Virgin Records Us
Release date: 5 October 1999
EAN: 0724384786427 UPC: 724384786427
M (1), Stones (1), Pitchfork 70s (1), Rock (1), 1970s (1), CDR (1)
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"“Raucous, boozy, weary, violent and sex-obsessed, this double album sounds like the work of heathen outlaws, which of course it was. On the run from Fleet street mobs, narcotics officers and the Inland Revenue, the Stones holed up at Keith Richards' chateau in the south of France and composed an epic blues that went beyond tribute and beyond blue. Producer Jimmy Miller valued atmosphere over precision in his recording techniques, so Mick Jagger competes with a wooly sax and a juke joint piano "


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