They say you are never too old to Rock and Roll. I have loved R and R ever since my parents bought me a 78' Little Richard "Ready Teddy/Rip it up" which of course has nothing to do with "Some Girls", but, yes it does., because good R and R is always worth a listen, and here the Stones are, to my mind, on top Rocking and Rolling form. Perhaps not as sound sophisticated as they became, but boy can they cut it! The live sound has been remastered and on my headphones is clear and powerful, particularly Wyman's bass and Charlie's drums. Some great guitar solos and audience reaction (listen to "Brown Sugar") and I was there. Terrific stuff and a must for Stones/Rock fans. Highly recomended
Fantastic. One for the fans. And the SNL appearance doing "Beast of Burden", etc on the DVD has to be seen to be believed. As my son said "It's definitely not boring." The funniest thing I've seen in years!
This has become my favourite album of all time. Tops Exile.
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