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The Rolling Stones are out of fashion and no longer
receive the FM airplay they always had before a few years
ago. But Sticky Fingers is one of their best albums,
ever, and shows why they fully deserve to be included
in the Holy Trinity of British Rock. Find out yourself.
October 14, 2017
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The Rolling Stones – Sticky Fingers
Sticky Fingers is my favorite by The Stones and
a good reason the are one of three bands
in the British Holy Trinity of Rock
The Daily Walk with Love, October 14, 2017, by Paul Evans. Video is The Rolling Stones – Sticky Fingers (Full Album) HQ, © April, 1971, Rolling Stones Records, courtesy of YouTube. Featured photograph courtesy of Rolling Stone.
With “Beggar’s Banquet” (1968) and “Let It Bleed” (1969), our featured album represented a return to the Stones’ blues roots after the derivative, uncoordinated pop nonsense of 1967’s “Their Satanic Majesties Request,” which nonetheless had the two great songs, “She’s a Rainbow” (Wikipedia and YouTube) and “2,000 Light Years from Home.” See The Rolling Stones full discography here. Read up on the Stones on Wikipedia, their article is pretty complete and informative. The Rolling Stones have become almost passe, out of style, and they no longer receive the FM radio airplay they always had before a few years ago. That’s too bad. They are one of the (un-)Holy Trinity of British rock for good reason, and in my view, Sticky Fingers is their best album, it’s my favorite anyway. Read up on “Sticky Fingers on Wikipdeia, here. Listen to the Album, below, and see for yourself.
Go to Amazon.com and see all the digital rights free mp3 downloads of Rolling Stones albums, or go straight to the source and visit the Official Rolling Stones website. While you’re at it, check them out on Facebook and look over Mick Jagger’s Official Facebook page.
1) Brown Sugar
3) Wild Horses
4) Can’t You Hear Me Knocking
5) You Gotta Move
7) I Got The Blues
8) Sister Morphine
9) Dead Flowers
10) Moonlight Mile
11) Live With Me (Live At The Roundhouse 1971)
12) Stray Cat Blues (Live At The Roundhouse 1971)
13) Love In Vain (Live At The Roundhouse 1971)
14) Midnight Rambler (Live At The Roundhouse 1971)
15) Honky Tonk Women (Live At The Roundhouse 1971)
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