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The Impossible Task: Two Albums that Sum up Rock n' Roll

Fellow blogger Dark Star Review, site here, came up with an interesting concept that he said I could share. I will here quote him: 648 more words

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soundstreamsunday: "Stop Breaking Down" by the Rolling Stones

“Unlikely” is probably the right word, that the hairiest, grittiest, straight-uppenest American rock record of the 1970s, maybe ever, would be made by an English band in tax exile in the south of France lolling in sheer European decadence. 291 more words

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"Stop Breaking Down" by the Rolling Stones

“Unlikely” is probably the right word, that the hairiest, grittiest, straight-uppenest American rock record of the 1970s, maybe ever, would be made by an English band in tax exile in the south of France lolling in sheer European decadence. 289 more words

Joe Satriani's desert islands discs are 80 percent Hendrix

By Steve Newton

Last week I interviewed one of my fave guitarists, Joe Satriani, in advance of his show at Hard Rock Casino Vancouver on April 24. 113 more words

Guitar Heroes

Supernatural episode Exile in Main Street in verse by Tracy Diane Miller

Supernatural episode Exile on Main Street in verse by Tracy Diane Miller

An “apple pie life”
With Lisa and Ben and a job too
Dean retired from hunting… 418 more words

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The Daily Cut: The Rolling Stones "Tumbling Dice"

The Rolling Stones: “Tumbling Dice”

ALBUM: Exile on Main Street

YEAR: 1972

WRITERS: Mick Jagger and Keith Richards

Peaked at number-seven on the Billboard Hot 100. 158 more words

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Featured Album - Exile on Main Street - Rolling Stones

In my listing of Top Ten Rock Albums, the very first one is 1972’s Exile on Main Street by the Rolling Stones. I always loved this album but I don’t think I realized it was my favorite till one day maybe ten (twenty?) years ago. 566 more words

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