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Exile On Main Street: Deluxe
The Rolling Stones
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- Release Date 17 May 2010
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- Double CD Album
Digi pack with 12 page booklet
Upon its release more than three decades ago, 'Exile on Main Street' innovatively wove varying musical genres, instruments and even artists into a compelling rhythmic masterpiece. This new compilation features 10 tracks originally recorded during the Exile era and only recently discovered while working on the reissue project. The unearthed tracks which include such titles as 'Plundered My Soul', 'Dancing in the Light', 'Following the River' and 'Pass The Wine' have undergone a unique evolution, while staying true to the essence of the 1972 album. Alternate versions of 'Soul Survivor' and 'Loving Cup' also are a part of the Exile bonus materials.
The original 18-track double-album was recorded in various stages at multiple locations, including Olympic Studios in London, Keith Richard’s mansion Nellcote in France, and in Los Angeles where the literal 'Main Street' influenced the album title. These atypical circumstances surrounding the recording process greatly affected the album’s outcome which was highly reflective and influenced by the sociopolitical turbulence that marked the late `60s and early `70s. The Stones nixed the influences of a flower-child era and directed their creative process with the edgier, excessive, "more is more2 approach of the `70s. Exile reveals a sprawling mix of genres with undertones of blues, country, R&B and gospel mixed with lyrics that fervently demand for release and liberation.
The album pulled together an electric array of talent including Dr. John, the late Billy Preston and pianist Nicky Hopkins. Guitarist Mick Taylor, who replaced Brian Jones in the band shortly before Jones died in 1969, is a magnificent blues player who brought an intensity and elegance to these epic tracks. At times, these musicians and others lived on the recording studio premises with the band creating an extremely open and creative collaboration for the album.
"The album’s riveting portrait of artists pushed – by the times, by themselves – to the very limits of their creativity has provided inspiration to every musical generation that has come along since Exile was released in 1972", said author Anthony DeCurtis. "Every song on Exile on Main Street is elevated by its relationship to the music that comes before and after it. The album’s irresistible power is unlikely to diminish any time soon"
|1||Tell Me (Full Version)|
|2||Not Fade Away|
|3||The Last Time|
|4||It's All Over Now (Mono Version)|
|5||Good Times, Bad Times|
|7||Out Of Time (Edit Version)|
|8||Lady Jane (Stereo Version)|
|9||Sittin' On A Fence|
|10||Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow? (Stereo Version)|
|11||Dandelion (Stereo Version)|
|12||We Love You (Stereo Version)|
|1||Pass The Wine|
|2||Plundered My Soul|
|3||I'm Not Signifying|
|4||Following The River|
|5||Dancing In The Light|
|6||So Divine (Aladdin Story)|
|7||Loving Cup - Alternate Take|
|8||Soul Survivor - Alternate Take|
|9||Good Time Women|