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Originally issued in 1973, Goats Head Soup was another transatlantic chart-topper for the Stones. Recording started at Byron Lee’s Dynamic Sound Studios in Kingston, Jamaica, in late 1972 and was completed in London and Los Angeles the following year. Packaged in another iconic sleeve shot by photographer David Bailey, it’s fondly remembered for the ballad "Angie", a US number one, and the swear words on the raunchy closer "Star Star". The ominous opener "Dancing With Mr. D", the funky "Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)" and the gorgeous "Winter" have been a tad overshadowed by the rest of the group’s mighty canon and are well worth rediscovering.
Classic stones, it dont get much better than this, Great memories.Published 1 month ago by Dave Thompson
Absolutely worth having the remastered version which sounds much better than my 40 year-old vinyl. Sorry, vinyl fans.Published 2 months ago by Mr. Pj Martin
great early stones before they were influenced by pap polished american rockPublished 3 months ago by dermot
I've always loved GHS more than any other Stones album. Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main Street might contain more varied and exciting tracks, but this is the one I'd save from the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by GlynLuke
One of the classic Stones albums, and a must for every Stones collector whose vinyl version has worn out!Published 10 months ago by 2101bob