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Palace Revolution 2000
I heard another thing: (and again, I only hear it on this very good system) on the F# chord, which is the one where Keith solos and Jagger sings: "keeping papers on me six feet high", there is like a big subsonic bass that drops in. Wonder if that is Bill Wyman on the synth. Did he play that in the studio too?
There is very little on this album that comes together for me, but I think FPF is played with some conviction. That makes it stand out on this album.
Possibly Mick's greatest non-"imitation" riff ever.
Funny that Keith calls Mick's guitar playing Stones riffs "imitation riffs". What a mo - to make fun of the person that came up with the riff to Brown Sugar...yes, Mick, keep imitating Keith...so we can at least have some good riffing Rolling Stones songs...since Keith is too busy writing slow songs and not rock'n'roll songs...