Exile On Main StreetThe Rolling Stones
General notes: Blues inspired album, nothing too remarkable but competent. The bass does not have a full sound, very thing and lifeless. Lot's of second and third voices on top of Mick's. Good guitar work. Song by song **Rocks Off:** Starts the album OK with lots of honky tonk and horns. A fun, festive tone. Nothing too memorable at first listen though. **Rip this Joint:** Classic fast rock'n'roll. **Shake your hips:** Interesting ambience, reminds me of Chris Isaak. harmonica, the blues. **Casino Boogie:** It's a.... boogie. Nothing special. **Tumbling Dice:** One of the most recognizable Stones song for a reason. Great riffing, chorus, all the Stone ingredients are here. **Sweet Virginia:** Slow folksy blues, reminds me of León Gieco. Overall a solid song. **Torn And Frayed:** Mid tempo song, slide guitar, organ. Nothing too special, but the Black Crowes borrowed heavily from this vibe. **Sweet Black Angel:** Acoustic song, no drums. Kind of boring and generic. STOPPED LISTENING HERE.