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9 thoughts on “ Under My Thumb - The Rolling Stones - Aftermath (CD, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Aftermath (UK) on Discogs. Label: ABKCO - • Series: The Rolling Stones Remastered Series • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Art Rock/5(94).
  2. Aftermath The Rolling Stones. Genre: Rock Release Date: Explicitness: notExplicit Pays: FRA Track Count: 12 ℗ ABKCO Music & Records, Inc.
  3. after 40 years or so Aftermath remains one of the greatest Rolling Stones' album. It's Brian Jones at his peak and even though he didn't have a single writing credit his influence is everywhere: marimbas, sitar, dulcimer- he really colors the albums and he elevates the /5().
  4. This classic is one of the Stones' absolutely essential records. Arguably the best of their original lineup, with the doomed Brian Jones on guitar and sitar, Aftermath includes "Paint It, Black," "Flight ," "Under My Thumb" and "High And Dry." It was their first record of all-original material.
  5. “Under My Thumb” was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and released on the Rolling Stones album Aftermath.. The lyrics depict a sexual power struggle — more specifically, a.
  6. Considered to be the Stones’ breakthrough record, Aftermath saw the band go all-original with the tracklisting thanks to Mick Jagger and Keith Richards’ creative tandem – augmented by Brian Jones’ experimentation on multiple boafeltinesstendtrepsonmonadisraback.co album put the Rolling Stones on the pedestal as the original bad boys of the scene. The album opens with “Mother’s Little Helper” and its.
  7. 2 days ago · Van het album Aftermath uit , met Brian Jones op de marimba. Bij een concert in (Altamont) wordt een fan van de Stones tijdens dit nummer Under My Thumb - The Rolling Stones - NPO Radio 1.
  8. The Rolling Stones finally delivered a set of all-original material with this LP, which also did much to define the group as the bad boys of rock & roll with their sneering attitude toward the world in general and the female sex in particular. The borderline misogyny could get a bit juvenile in tunes like "Stupid Girl." But on the other hand the group began incorporating the influences of.

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