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Fool To Cry - The Rolling Stones - Life On The A-Side (CD)

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Fool To Cry - The Rolling Stones - Life On The A-Side (CD)

The Rolling Stones - Hand of Fate - Black and Blue (Ap).

Recorded live at Will Rogers Memorial Center, Fort Worth, Texas, United States, 18/07/ Digitally Remastered Stero Mix: 1. Let It Rock: 2. All Down the Line.

 · The reason for these club dates was to add one side of their double live album Love You Live devoted to covers of blues standards recorded in a venue similar to the Marquee in London c. to serve as a contrast to the other side recorded at the four Paris shows the previous June. El Mocambo was chosen because of that kind of intimacy.

 · 8) The Rolling Stones () Often overlooked, invariably under appreciated, the Stones’ eponymous debut album – inexplicably unavailable with its original UK track-listing on CD, though iTunes can still oblige with an accurate download – captures the band in their original incarnation as evangelical purveyors of authentic rhythm and blues.

Fool to Cry. Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. EP, , Rolling Stones. Tracklist. 1. Fool to Cry: 2. Rolling Stones 30 Greatest Hits. Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Compilation, , RCA Records, ABKCO Records. CD 2 - Deluxe Edition 1.

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3 thoughts on “Fool To Cry - The Rolling Stones - Life On The A-Side (CD)”

  1. "Fool to Cry" is a ballad by English rock band [the Rolling Stones]] from their album Black and Blue. The song was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. Mick Taylor had just left the band and the Stones were left without a lead guitarist. The recording of Black and Blue acted as a sort of audition for new guitarists, which led to session man Wayne Perkins playing guitar on this track.B-side: "Crazy Mama" (UK), "Hot Stuff" (US).

  2. This is an introspective ballad that was not typical of most Rolling Stones songs. It finds Mick Jagger feeling down on himself, and getting comfort first from his daughter, then from his lover. Both tell him he's "a fool to cry." With Mick Taylor gone, The Stones were .

  3. The Rolling Stones recorded Black and Blue while auditioning Mick Taylor's replacement, so it's unfair to criticize it, really, for being longer on grooves and jams than songs, especially since that's what's good about it. Yes, the two songs that are undeniable highlights are "Memory Motel" and "Fool to Cry," the album's two ballads and, therefore, the two that had to be written and arranged.

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