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Music: Let It Loose (1972)

The Rolling Stones: Let It Loose                                 ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥

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Write Here, Write Now: 6.30 - Soul Survivor

The Rolling Stones – Soul Survivor.  Well, I survived.

I suppose it was going to be inevitable on such a swings and roundabouts album as this, that after such a good song as Shine A Light, the final song would be another low point. 188 more words

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Write Here, Write Now: 6.29 - Shine A Light

The Rolling Stones – Shine A Light. Illuminating stuff

This  was a song I had a few expectations about before I listened to it. I knew there was a  recent filmed concert of that name – which suggested it was one of the Stones’ more recognized songs. 274 more words

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Write Here, Write Now: 6.28 - Stop Breaking Down

The Rolling Stones – Stop Breaking Down

A cover of a Robert Johnson song, this is straight blues with decent slide guitar from Mick Taylor and not much more to it than that. 85 more words

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Write Here, Write Now: 6.27 - All Down The Line

The Rolling Stones – All Down The Line. A nice little feat.

Another tune where they get back to their tried and tested formula – simple rock music. 152 more words

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Write Here, Write Now: 6.26 - Let It Loose

The Rolling Stones – Let It Loose. ” It’s one of those rambling songs”, Jagger. Let it go.

This is so loose, it is slack. Quality control slipped away right from the start with guitar fed through Leslie speakers. 126 more words

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Write Here, Write Now: 6.25 - I Just Want To See His Face

The Rolling Stones – I Just Want To See His Face. Gospel of desperation

If somebody played em this track without telling me who it was, I might have guessed Tom Waits, but I certainly wouldn’t have thought of the Stones. 112 more words

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