Wednesday, November 15, 2006

The Rolling Stones - Exile on main street



01 - "Rocks Off" – 4:32 Recorded in LA, early 1972
02 - "Rip This Joint" – 2:23 Features Bill Plummer on
upright bass
03 - "
Shake Your Hips" (Slim Harpo) – 2:59 Recordings started in Spring 1970 at Stargroves
04 - "Casino Boogie" – 3:33 Features Richard on
bass
05 - "
Tumbling Dice" – 3:45 Features Jagger on guitar and Mick Taylor on bass. Recordings started at Stargroves, Spring 1970, under the working title "Goodtime Women Blues"
06 - "Sweet Virginia" – 4:25 Recorded in mid-1970 at Stargroves
07 - "Torn and Frayed" – 4:17 Features
Mick Taylor on bass and Al Perkins on pedal steel guitar. Recorded in L., early 1972
08 - "Sweet Black Angel" – 2:54 Features
Jimmy Miller on percussion. Recorded early 1970 at Stargroves
09 - "Loving Cup" – 4:23Recorded in LA, early 1972
10 - "
Happy" – 3:04 Features Richard on lead vocal and bass and producer Jimmy Miller on drums
11 - "Turd on the Run" – 2:37 Features Bill Plummer on upright bass
12 - "Ventilator Blues" (Jagger, Richards,
Mick Taylor) – 3:24
13 - "I Just Want to See His Face" – 2:52 Features Bill Plummer on upright bass and Richard on
piano
14 - "Let It Loose" – 5:17 Features
Dr. John among others on backing vocals. Recordings started at Stargroves, early 1970.
15 - "All Down the Line" – 3:49 Features Bill Plummer on upright bass and
Bill Wyman on electric bass. Recorded at Stargroves, spring 1970, and Sunset Sound, early 1972
16 - "
Stop Breaking Down" (Robert Johnson) – 4:34 Features Jagger on rhythm guitar
17 - "Shine a Light" – 4:14 Features Miller on drums and
Billy Preston on organ. An early version was recorded in Spring 1970, and released in 1970, by Leon Russell as "Get a Line on You," together with Mick Jagger, Bill Wyman, Mick Taylor and Ringo Starr.
18 - "Soul Survivor" – 3:49 Features Richard on bass. Recorded in LA, early 1972