Rolling Stones - Some Girl Memories FLAC album
Title: Some Girl Memories
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Some Girls is the 14th British and 16th American studio album by the Rolling Stones, released in 1978 on Rolling Stones Records. It was the first album to feature guitarist Ronnie Wood as a full-time member; joining founder members Mick Jagger (vocals), Keith Richards (guitar), Bill Wyman (bass) and Charlie Watts (drums). Wood had contributed to some tracks on the Rolling Stones prior two albums, 1974's It's Only Rock 'n Roll and 1976's Black and Blue, and joined the band full time in 1976
Rolling Stones Unearth Material for ‘Some Girls’ Reissue. The Some Girls sessions were famously productive – mostly just the five Stones and engineer Chris Kimsey holed up in a Paris studio cutting dozens of songs. Some of the leftovers landed on later albums – see Hang Fire or Black Limousine, both of which resurfaced on Tattoo You – while others were unfinished until now. The outtakes get refurbished with guitar overdubs and Mick’s new vocals
By 1978, both punk and disco had swept the group off the front pages, and Some Girls was their fiery response to the younger generation. Opening with the disco-blues thump of "Miss You," Some Girls is a tough, focused, and exciting record, full of more hooks and energy than any Stones record since Exile on Main St. Even though the Stones make disco their own, they never quite take punk on their own ground. Instead, their rockers sound harder and nastier than they have in years.
When the Stones released 'Some Girls' in 1978, it was a pretty contentious time in rock history. Disco was storming the charts, and punk (and, slowly but surely, hip-hop) was spilling over from the big cities. Rock fans were so riled by this point that they began staging anti-disco crusades around the country. So imagine their surprise when the world's greatest rock 'n' roll band opened their new album with 'Miss You,' a disco-blues hybrid conceived during a jam session between Mick Jagger and keyboardist Billy Preston . When the Whip Comes Down' is the album's boldest cut, "a straight gay song," according to Mick Jagger in a 1978 interview with Rolling Stone. But I have no idea why I wrote it.
Atlantic Records Virgin Records. It reached number one on the Billboard 200 album chart, and became the band's top selling album in the United States, certified by the RIAA as having six million copies sold as of 2000. It was a major critical success, becoming the only Rolling Stones album to be nominated for a Grammy in the Album of the Year category.
|1||What Gives You The Right|
|4||Some People Tell Me|
|5||You Win Again|
|6||Do you Get Enough (Sexy Eye)|
|8||Do You Think I Really Care (2nd Take)|
|9||My Love Is For You|
|10||No Spare Parts|
|13||Beast Of Burden|
NotesTracks 7, 14: Live In Woodstock, 1978.5.15
Track 13: Live at N B C T V, 1978.10.6
Tittles and above from back.
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- Matrix / Runout: V.A.I. ITALY RG 003/7S507891