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Emotional Rescue (2009 Re-Mastered)
 
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Emotional Rescue (2009 Re-Mastered)

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 17 Aug. 2009
  • Release Date: 17 Aug. 2009
  • Label: Universal Music Group International
  • Copyright: (C) 2009 Promotone B.V.
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  • Total Length: 41:12
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  • ASIN: B002K3DX90
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 37,466 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

Customer Reviews

3.4 out of 5 stars

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 10 Dec. 2000
Format: Audio CD
Often seen as the worst ever Stones album, Emotional Rescue does not always get the respect it deserves. It does posess more variation than "Some Girls" and only one track, the ridiculous rocker "Where the boys go," is unlistenable to. The funky "Dance Part 1" is a great piece of music and the interplay on "Summer Romance" , "Let me go," and "She's so cold," is highly commendable. Othe highlights include "Down in the Hole," their first out and out blues song since "Silver Train," in 1973. "All about you," is a touching Keith Richards ballad and save the pane- shattering falsetto by Jagger, the title track is worth a listen. Overall, not a bad album, if you buy it with the knowledge that its no "Some Girls," or "Exile on main street," you will find some enjoyment from it.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Nicholas B. Gibbs on 7 Nov. 2010
Format: Audio CD
This is much better than history, or some of the other reviewers here, allow. Yes, many of the songs are not as good as Some Girls ('Let me Go', 'Summertime Romance', 'Where the Boys go' - probably Some Girls off-cuts anyway), hence three stars, but it's by no means as bad as some claim. Keith is back in the frame, which has to be good - check out his guitar work on 'She so Cold', 'Send it to Me' and the hilarious 'Dance' (and try to stifle thoughts of 'Flight of the Condords' and 'Stella Street' respectively). Charlie is right up in the mix, which is exactly where he should be. I personally find 'Indian Girl' quite moving, if I try not to think about what Mick's REALLY got on his mind. And Emotional Rescue, the track, is by no means a poor man's 'Miss You': Mick falsetto and the band's performance on it are fantastic. They actually sound like a band working together, and a much-better recorded and mixed one than the muddy garage variety of Some Girls. Just one thing: the running order. If you re-programme it to the following, it sounds much better:

Dance
Summertime Romance
Send it to Me
Let me Go
Indian Girl
Where the Boys Go
Down in the Hole
All about You
She's so Cold
Emotional Rescue
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By the AC chrysalis on 11 April 2010
Format: Audio CD
I actually like Micks campy falsetto excursions..To hell with the purists! Emotional Rescue is as much a Stonesy album as any. Buy it, have fun.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Og Oggilby VINE VOICE on 25 Aug. 2009
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Having apparently rediscovered their lost rockin' 'Mojo' with 'Some Girls', 'Emotional Rescue' was seen as several steps back for the 'World's Greatest Rock & Roll Band'. Funnily enough, I don't now think that the 'Black & Blue' album, the studio predecessor of 'Some Girls', was all that bad, although at the time of its release - 1976 - I did think otherwise, as Punk was starting to make the Stones look irrelevant. 'Emotional Rescue' is hardly as vital as 'Some Girls', and does sound like the band retreating into a musical comfort zone; there's a pot-pourri of styles, ranging from some so-so rockers, such as 'Where The Boys Go' and 'She's So Cold', a reasonable attempt at gut bucket Blues in 'Down In The Hole', and the token Keef tune, 'All About You', but the material is overall a bit undercooked and uninispired. This newly remastered version doesn't really add anything to that impression. That being said, I actually like Mick Jagger's occasional excursions into falsetto vocal territory, and the title track is one of his better efforts in this vein. The playing is pretty good, too, but they'd do far, far better with their next album, 'Tattoo You', which despite apparently being largely cobbled together from outtake recordings and unused material from as far back as the Mick Taylor days (he left in 1974, and 'Tattoo You' didn't surface until 1981), was a far more pertinent, focussed, direct and energised record than the misfiring 'Emotional Rescue' album.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By John Heaton on 26 Sept. 2005
Format: Audio CD
Well I must say this album has aged really well. From its rather undeserved reputation as the poor younger brother of 'Some Girls' (1978) which was such a sublime return to form to now what I consider to be only marginally inferior to that album and a good deal better than every Stones album since. This album still showed the boys in full swagger, with creditable experiments into disco and much more besides, including a couple of classic Stones rockers. I use classic somewhat sparingly as they have produced coiuntless rockers since, some of which are OK, some better than that. But here on 'Let Me Go' and 'She's So Cold' they sound great and if they care about what they are singing about. Unlike say 'Rock And A Hard Place' (1989) or any rocker from Tattoo You save the single 'Start Me Up' when the rockers on Side 1 sounded nothing less than filler. But enough of the negative! Back to this album.
The first track 'Dance' sounded dispensable at the time and is still hardly classic stuff. But it does create the mood for the album. Even the second number 'Summer Romance' which I always though was pretty weak sounds pretty good 26 years later. The reggae number 'Send It To Me' is perfectly creditable, and better than 'Hey Negrita' of similar vein from 1976.
Then we have 'Let Me Go' which is just great and should be played Loud. 'Indian Girl' is a good ballad in the style of 'Wild Horses' (1971). Mick J knows how to sing ballads like this!
Side 2 (of the vinyl record) opens with 'Where The Boys Go' which again is good played loud, although as a song is not quite up to scratch. But then on 'Down In The Hole' we have the Stones playing a slow blues ballad as convincingly as anything since 'I Got The Blues' from Sticky Fingers (1971).
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