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Rolling Stones - Black and Blue CD

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CategoryRock/Pop Albums, Hard Rock CDs, Rock

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Black and Blue album for sale by Rolling Stones was released Oct 18, 2011 on the Universal (Poland) label. Principally recorded at Musicland Studios, Munich, Germany between December 1974 & April 1975. With BLACK AND BLUE the Rolling Stones geared up for another installment of records as the world's best-loved rock and roll band. Aided by Ronnie Wood's enrollment as foil to Keith's unmistakable guitar, BLACK AND BLUE assured, to those who dared doubt, a new era had begun. Black and Blue CD music contains a single disc.   ...See Full Description

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Average Rating:4 stars
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3 stars
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Hey Negrita!
When the record came out I was in a strip club in Manhattan watching some babe shake her stuff to Hey Negrita! She was hott!! I still get aroused whenever I hear that song. Great variety. An emotional roller coaster.
By JohnEBGood (Jersey Shore, USA)
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5 stars
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Stones Best Album
Black and Blue songs The Stones best album? It's impossible to say really because over half their albums will have thousands of fans all around the world claiming that distinction for one of a dozen or so brilliant albums. What I will say is that it's my favourite - and I've got them all, from the very beginning. It's not their best blues album, that's for sure. It's not their best rock 'n' roll album either. It's certainly not their best R 'n' B album. But it is musically their most innovative and original album. This album has energy, charisma, originality, tunes, quality and fire. It broke the mold. It gave something new and different. Eight superbly crafted songs - and all different. No chance of getting bored here. Because they are all so different it's almost impossible to decide on a favorite track - so I won't. But if you want a Stones album that is creative but not a typical Stones album, this is one to consider and buy. They dared to be different. They perhaps lost a handful of fans who couldn't cope with change. But boy, they succeeded in spades with Black and Blue.
By Chris (Sussex, England.)
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5 stars
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this one is great for a blast from the past!
when mick sings on this one he is putting his heart and soul into it. it has been a while since i have listened to some of these songs and i sang every note! keep on rockin'!
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4 stars
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Black and Blue You!
With Black and Blue, the Stones delivered a varied and colorful platter. Dancey "Hot Stuff" opens the album in trademark pouty Jagger fashion. The song is noteworthy not only for its dance rhythms, but for its incessant groove. This was perhaps the first time the Stones delved into this kind of territory. Following was the quinnessential Keith jagged slap of hard rock, "Hand Fate," a lost Stones classic. The Stones also slipped into more sensual and emotional areas with the beautiful and unique "Memory Motel," and the touching "Fool To Cry." The boys kept the boogie swinging until the final salvo of Keefy-ness, "Crazy Mama." Why doesn't anyone ever talk about these these songs? They are some of the Stones' best, and rank with their other classics.
By a reviewer (Fargo, ND USA)
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5 stars
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great dance party album...
I've had tons of chicks who know WHO the stones are but only heard the overplayed rockers, pop in this dancie album and their yours. Remember chicks love to boogie. Many long nights and hungover days with this album still playing.
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Black and Blue songs Product Details

CD Universe Part number8571328
LabelUniversal (Poland)
Orig Year1976
Catalog number0567650
Release DateOct 18, 2011
PersonnelMick Jagger - vocals, piano, percussion
Keith Richards - vocals, guitar, piano
Bill Wyman - bass, percussion, background vocals
Charlie Watts - drums, percussion
Ron Wood - guitar, background vocals

Also: Billy Preston, Nicky Hopkins, Ian Stewart, Ollie Brown, Wayne Perkins, Harvey Mandel
Additional InfoJapan; Super-High Material
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