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9 thoughts on “ Shake Your Hips (#2) - The Rolling Stones - The Alternate Let It Bleed

  1. This double album holds a place in Stones mythology far beyond its initial release. It's the band at their most detailed and complex. The layers of sound take repeat listens to sort through. Mick Jagger’s vocals are often buried beneath the numerous guitar, horn and backing vocal overdubs and the songs reflect their many influences.
  2. "Shake Your Hips" (sometimes known as "Hip Shake") is a song written by Louisiana bluesman Slim Harpo. He recorded it in February for producer J. D. Miller for a follow-up single to his hugely successful " Baby Scratch My Back ".Genre: Blues.
  3. This double album holds a place in Stones mythology far beyond its initial release. It's the band at their most detailed and complex. The layers of sound take repeat listens to sort through. Mick Jagger’s vocals are often buried beneath the numerous guitar, horn, and backing vocal overdubs and the songs reflect their many influences.
  4. Recorded live at the IBC Studios, Portland Place, London, United Kingdom, 11/03/ 1. Diddley Daddy: 2. Road Runner: 3. Bright Light Big City.
  5. Jan 24,  · Notes This review and rating is for the bonus tracks only; the proper album remains one of the greatest pieces of rock music, ever. Mick Jagger’s has made some pretty baffling statements about Exile on Main St.; of them, most relevant to the deluxe disc of ’s deluxe edition is this, from “when I listen to Exile it has some of the worst mixes I've ever heard/5(2).
  6. Jul 21,  · The Rolling Stones - Mickboy Remasters - Only Unreleased Tracks (Mentholated Sandwich & Get What You Need & Tastes Sooo Good & Main Street revisited) The Rolling Stones - Mentholated Sandwich (Beggars Banquet Rekindled).
  7. Rolling Stones Real Alternate Exile On Main St 6LP 4CD BOX copies SEALED. Rare vinyl and high valued collectors item.
  8. Shake Your Hips (outtakes ’’72) This mix is comprised of "Exile" outtakes and kindred material. I have not taken into account what was released on the “Exile” bonus disc from a few years ago (some tracks overdubbed by today’s Stones); everything here comes from bootlegs and is .
  9. Topping practically every critic's poll as one of the best rock records of all time, with many counting it as the best, Exile came out at a time when people thought the Stones had been taking too many drugs, losing too many friends and making way too much money for too long to really be able to pull off another great record. Well, they did it. This deluxe re-release features no less than

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