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I Got The Blues - The Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers (CD, Album)

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  1. Having defined rock'n'roll in the 60s, The Rolling Stones entered their imperial phase in with Sticky Fingers. What followed is a run of albums that couldn't have happened at any other, by any other band: the decadent excess of Exile On Main St, the Jamaican voodoo swamp of Goats Head Soup, the disco and punk-infused prowl of Some Girls.
  2. Aug 07,  · The Rolling Stones' "Can't You Hear Me Knocking" was released on their album Sticky Fingers April 23, on Rolling Stones Records.* The album .
  3. Oct 07,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Rolling Stones ’From the Vault’ live at the Fonda Theatre – I Got The Blues YouTube THE ROLLING STONES - I GOT THE BLUES (live) MARQUEE CLUB .
  4. The Rolling Stones. Añadir a Favoritas. Guardar en Playlist. DEAD FLOWERS es una canción de The Rolling Stones que se estrenó el 23 de abril de , este tema está incluido dentro del disco Sticky Fingers. Letra 'Dead Flowers' Dead Flowers en español.
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  6. Label: Polydor - none • Format: CD Album, Repress Digipak • Country: Italy • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Classic Rock The Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers (, Digipak, CD) | Discogs Explore5/5(2).
  7. Relieved to be free of their contract with Decca/London, the band established their own label, Rolling Stones Records, and the famous “tongue and lips” logo then they kick open the decade with Sticky Fingers, with cuts ranging from bluesy-country rock and straight blues to latin influences and soul, and further builds on their reputation.
  8. Remastered album on black heavyweight vinyl plus 12x12 insert. Sticky Fingers’ was recorded in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, Stargroves, Mick’s country home and Olympic Studios in London and produced by regular confidant Jimmy Miller, ‘Sticky Fingers’ was released shortly after the Stones became exiled in the south of France, leaving Britain after a sensational farewell tour.

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