Excellent musicianship, Mick Jagger is very lukewarm on some of the vocals, though. He really benefits from having background singers. He's fascinating visually though, and lends a great deal to performances.
Sounds a bit experimental with the piano at times. I liked the extra touches he put on the Stones cover Spend the Night Together. I liked this one better, it seemed more balanced.
Indian Song: nicely layered Vaseline: catchy There seems to be a tiny bit of similarity to the freedom of the David Bowie album I just listened to and this one, 20 years later. I really would like to listen to these albums in sequence, with somebody curating the list to make the most of the influence felt by previous albums.
Man, they must have had a fantastic time dancing to these tunes for the first time! Wow, I've never listened to different takes of the same song. Miss Ann is so different from 1 to 6. They must have a hard time choosing which version to put on the album.
Hmmm... I think I might like jazz. This is beautiful background music that has a deep calming effect.
80s rock in all its excess. There's no mistaking that Guns n Roses sound. One of the best rock vocalists and lead guitar.
First time listening to a jazz album. I think I like jazz a lot more than I thought I did.
Not for me. I didn't see anything special in this.
I understand that it was a break out album, but Jesus Christ, it's so misogynistic that it's hard to listen to.