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Re: Albums where EVERY song is a masterpiece
Posted by: hopkins ()
Date: October 30, 2016 08:22

I Feel Alright - Steve Earle

Re: Albums where EVERY song is a masterpiece
Posted by: riffcliche69 ()
Date: October 30, 2016 09:20

Flamin' Groovies "Shake Some Action". Had the title song been replaced by the '73 demo version ( released on a 12" EP), it would have been even better.

Re: Albums where EVERY song is a masterpiece
Posted by: The Stones ()
Date: October 30, 2016 13:50

Nevermind - Nirvana

The Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd

...And Justice for All - Metallica

Re: Albums where EVERY song is a masterpiece
Posted by: ErwinH ()
Date: October 30, 2016 20:34

Songs in the key of life - Stevie Wonder

Re: Albums where EVERY song is a masterpiece
Posted by: Redhotcarpet ()
Date: October 31, 2016 17:30

Beggars: Dear doctor and Salt of the earth are not masterpieces. Neither is Factory Girl.
Rubber Soul: Drive my car while good, is no masterpiece and neither is Run for your life or the very good If I needed someone or the pretty cool Think for yourself or What goes on.

It's hard to find one album with just masterful songs but I stick with my first choice: Plastic Ono Band by Lennon. Probably The Doors first album. And of course VU:s first despite European son (cool but not a masterpiece). And Another side of Bob Dylan probably.

Re: Albums where EVERY song is a masterpiece
Posted by: Redhotcarpet ()
Date: October 31, 2016 17:30

Let it bleed

Re: Albums where EVERY song is a masterpiece
Posted by: loog droog ()
Date: November 5, 2016 17:37

Equal Rights by Peter Tosh

Re: Albums where EVERY song is a masterpiece
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: November 5, 2016 17:43

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The mixes, yes, clearly a part of the reason many of the songs have never been played live.

What constitutes "many" in this case? EOMS has 18 songs on it. From the album they've played:

1.Rocks Off
2.Rip This Joint
3.Tumbling Dice
4.Happy
5.Sweet Virginia
6.Shine A Light
7.Ventilator Blues
8.All Down The Line
9.Loving Cup
10.Stop Breaking Down
12.Torn And Frayed

12 tracks. That's over half of the album.

The mixes are fine. When you consider that Mick can't even keep track of what songs on are EXILE his complaining about the mix is just his way of being a jerk about Keith's album.

13. Sweet Black Angel

I must've missed that one!

4 songs have not been played more than twice live.

So really it's only 8 out of 18 tracks. The others obviously worked so bad live and in rehearsals that they never looked back.

Realistically Jagger only thinks 8 tracks from this album are good enough to be played live.

Compare that to Sticky Fingers on which 8 out of 10 tracks been played 30+ times.

There's a ton of fillers on Exile and judging by setlist statistics Jagger is of the same opinion.

Filler perhaps for a show. Some songs just don't work live, like Heartbreaker or Sway or She Was Hot, even though on record they're outstanding. Yet they'll do something that is outstanding on record (Monkey Man, Midnight Rambler, Street Fighting Man) and do it outstanding live.

WHY IS THAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Re: Albums where EVERY song is a masterpiece
Posted by: pt99 ()
Date: November 5, 2016 19:30

Dirty Work and Undercover

Re: Albums where EVERY song is a masterpiece
Posted by: bluesinc. ()
Date: November 5, 2016 19:51

James iha - let it come down

Re: Albums where EVERY song is a masterpiece
Posted by: eduardoacdc ()
Date: November 5, 2016 22:21

Black Joe Lewis - Electric Slave

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