Rolling Stones - Exile On Main St. - 1972 Classic Rock - Sealed 180 Grm 2LP

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Rolling Stones - Exile On Main St.

Label: Universal - Rolling Stone Records
Catalog#: B0014203-01
Format: 180 grm 2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, 2010 Reissue NEW
Notes
Packaged in a gatefold sleeve and printed inner sleeves.

Country: USA
Released: 18 May 2010
Genre: Rock
Style: Blues Rock, Country Rock, Rock & Roll


Label: Stereo
1972
Credits
Bass - B. Wyman
Drums - C. Watts
Engineer - Andy Johns , Glyn Johns , Jeremy Gee , Joe Zaganno
Guitar - M. Taylor
Guitar, Vocals - K. Richards
Piano - N. Hopkins
Producer - Jimmy Miller
Saxophone - B. Keys
Trumpet, Trombone - J. Price
Vocals - M. Jagger






Tracklisting:

Side 1

1. Rocks Off
2. Rip This Joint
3. Shake Your Hips
4. Casino Boogie
5. Tumbling Dice

Side 2

1. Sweet Virginia
2. Torn & Frayed
3. Sweet Black Angel
4. Loving Cup

Side 3

1. Happy
2. Turd On The Run
3. Ventilator Blues
4. Just Wanna See His Face
5. Let It Loose

Side 4

1. All Down The Line
2. Stop Breaking Down
3. Shine A Light
4. Soul Survivor




If I had to play one record for someone from another planet who had never heard rock'n'roll before, this would be it! On "Exile on Main St." the Stones synthesized Chuck Berry-style guitar rock, blues, and country influences to create a new and previously unheard of hard rock style. In essence the Stones invented, on "Exile on Main St.," an original style of hard rock that neither they, nor anyone else, has duplicated since. This record contains some of the most exciting hard rock music ever cut-"Rocks Off," "Rip This Joint," "Tumbling Dice," and "All Down the Line." This is only time the Stones approached the magic and excitement of their late 60s and early 70s concerts on a studio recording. A word of caution to the uninitiated: the murky sound mix will require multiple listenings, but this is part of "Exile's" greatness-the slamming drums, the chaotic guitars and horns, and the best "slurred" vocals of Mick Jagger's life. The dense sound is due, in part, to the fact that the album was recorded in various parts of Keith Richards home in the south of France. It is this dense and murky sound that gives "Exile" its claim to greatness. No rock collection is complete without it.



The Rolling Stones - Loving Cup - Exile on Main Street - 1972

This is such a brillant song by The Stones. One of their very best. I like the different layers, the horns and the bridge. And beautifully sung


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Rolling Stones - Happy - Live

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THE ROLLING STONES - SWEET BLACK ANGEL (1972) "Exile On Main Street" montage:

BEAUTIFUL!!!!! Finally someone gets this song!!! It's about Angela Davis - a teacher (not a gun-toting one) & Black Panther sympathyzer who was jailed & accused of being a Communist
I'm also in awe of Angela Davis. I think Mick Jagger was also fascinated by her: this strong-willed, intellectual black female Marxist



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Rolling Stones - Jam session (at Montreux) 1972

From "Aftermath to "It's Only Rock and Roll", they were the best band ever. They had one half misstep in '67, "Satanic Majesties Request", and in "76 Black and Blue." They both had some great songs, but compared to "Beggar's Banquet", "Let It Bleed", "Sticky Fingers" and "Exile On Main Street", they were only excellent albums.


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The Rolling Stones - Tumbling Dice (Live 1972)

Love the Bass Drum Sound

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More Information
Condition New
Format 2LP, 180 Gram
Label Rolling Stone Records
Artist Rolling Stones
Color Black