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Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Posted by: laertisflash ()
Date: September 27, 2019 16:46

Sticky Fingers
Exile
Let It Bleed
Beggars

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Posted by: whitem8 ()
Date: September 27, 2019 19:37

Exile, let it bleed, sticky fingers, beggars

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Posted by: kish_stoned ()
Date: September 28, 2019 12:16

Why only 4 there are more great albums from the Stones.

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Date: September 28, 2019 12:36

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1. Beggars: best of Stones w Brian, and Stones w Brian are my fav version of the band.

2. Exile: best of Stones w/o Brian. Could even be my fav rock LP ever.

3. Fingers: the Back in Black of the Stones. Side 1 is perfect. Side 2 almost.

4. Bleed: like a woman that everybody considers stunning, and IS stunning, a woman that I should feel ashamed to confess I don't like, yet ...

C

Brian's contribution to Beggars Banquet was that little (slide on NE, harmonica on DD, some percussions and background singing), you could easily count BB as the first album w/o him ...

Not correct. He was on 8 tracks. And you forgot his sitar and mellotron playing. Both important contributions to my favourite album smiling smiley

On LIB, however, Brian is doing percussion and autoharp. That's where his contributions were less important to the total album sound.

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Posted by: TravelinMan ()
Date: September 28, 2019 15:18

Exile On Main Street - a sprawling epic of rock and rock, blues, and Americana

Sticky Fingers - extremely polished album that plays like an FM radio station/greatest hits

Let It Bleed - another hit parade, but a darker and more sinister vibe

Beggars Banquet - an almost rustic affair, psychedelic roots music


I think they’re all classic albums.

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Posted by: TravelinMan ()
Date: September 28, 2019 15:24

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ive always preferred beggars to the other 3, i bought exile and sticky on the same day back in november 1988, bought beggars may 1989 and let it bleed june 1989, i already knew most songs on exile and sticky before i bought beggars, and i was really surprised, i just felt it was more mature than exile and sticky and let it bleed was great too but beggars songs which elevated it to first place where no expectations, stray cat blues, dear doctor and jigsaw puzzle, the top 4 albums top everything but 1968 for me is hard to compete with regarding the stones.

imagine if jj flash and child of the moon had been inserted to.

what a list of songs that would be

jj flash
sympathy for the devil
no expectations
parachute woman
dear doctor

street fighting man
salt of the earth
child of the moon
stray cat blues
jigsaw puzzle

Nice review.............. I'm ok with JJF but Child of the Moon is great but doesn't fit on BB

If I remember correct, child of the moon is from 1967. It has the sound of that year. Could have been the b-side of Lets spend the night together.

I’m not sure when it originated but Jimmy Miller has the producer credit so it must have been worked on in 1968.

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Date: September 28, 2019 22:29

To me there are the big two only:

Exile
Sticky Fingers. The rest are the live versions with Taylor, plus GHS and IORR, and B&B.

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Date: September 28, 2019 23:43

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ive always preferred beggars to the other 3, i bought exile and sticky on the same day back in november 1988, bought beggars may 1989 and let it bleed june 1989, i already knew most songs on exile and sticky before i bought beggars, and i was really surprised, i just felt it was more mature than exile and sticky and let it bleed was great too but beggars songs which elevated it to first place where no expectations, stray cat blues, dear doctor and jigsaw puzzle, the top 4 albums top everything but 1968 for me is hard to compete with regarding the stones.

imagine if jj flash and child of the moon had been inserted to.

what a list of songs that would be

jj flash
sympathy for the devil
no expectations
parachute woman
dear doctor

street fighting man
salt of the earth
child of the moon
stray cat blues
jigsaw puzzle

Nice review.............. I'm ok with JJF but Child of the Moon is great but doesn't fit on BB

If I remember correct, child of the moon is from 1967. It has the sound of that year. Could have been the b-side of Lets spend the night together.

I’m not sure when it originated but Jimmy Miller has the producer credit so it must have been worked on in 1968.

The acoustic instrumental version is from 1967. The electric version with lyrics is from 1968.

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Posted by: TravelinMan ()
Date: September 29, 2019 16:11

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ive always preferred beggars to the other 3, i bought exile and sticky on the same day back in november 1988, bought beggars may 1989 and let it bleed june 1989, i already knew most songs on exile and sticky before i bought beggars, and i was really surprised, i just felt it was more mature than exile and sticky and let it bleed was great too but beggars songs which elevated it to first place where no expectations, stray cat blues, dear doctor and jigsaw puzzle, the top 4 albums top everything but 1968 for me is hard to compete with regarding the stones.

imagine if jj flash and child of the moon had been inserted to.

what a list of songs that would be

jj flash
sympathy for the devil
no expectations
parachute woman
dear doctor

street fighting man
salt of the earth
child of the moon
stray cat blues
jigsaw puzzle

Nice review.............. I'm ok with JJF but Child of the Moon is great but doesn't fit on BB

If I remember correct, child of the moon is from 1967. It has the sound of that year. Could have been the b-side of Lets spend the night together.

I’m not sure when it originated but Jimmy Miller has the producer credit so it must have been worked on in 1968.

The acoustic instrumental version is from 1967. The electric version with lyrics is from 1968.

smileys with beer

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Posted by: The Mez ()
Date: October 3, 2019 04:36

Sticky Fingers
Exile On Main St
Beggars Banquet
Let It Bleed

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Posted by: Redhotcarpet ()
Date: October 3, 2019 17:46

1. LET IT BLEED

2. Exile
3. Beggars

4. Sticky

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Posted by: SomeGuy ()
Date: October 3, 2019 18:07

Let It Bleed
Exile On Main St
Beggars Banquet
Sticky Fingers

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: October 5, 2019 21:01

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Why only 4 there are more great albums from the Stones.

It's the subject of the thread, nothing else. There's nothing stopping you from starting your own thread about more than 4.

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Posted by: SomeGuy ()
Date: October 5, 2019 21:05

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Why only 4 there are more great albums from the Stones.

It's the subject of the thread, nothing else. There's nothing stopping you from starting your own thread about more than 4.

I would like to extend it to the Big Six, but of course no one agrees with me smiling smiley
One could wonder why lists like these are of any interest though.

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: October 5, 2019 21:14

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Why only 4 there are more great albums from the Stones.

It's the subject of the thread, nothing else. There's nothing stopping you from starting your own thread about more than 4.

I would like to extend it to the Big Six, but of course no one agrees with me smiling smiley
One could wonder why lists like these are of any interest though.

It is interesting - their 4 most respected albums - why not?

Start a Big 6 thread - some people might place the others above some or all of the Big 4.

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Posted by: GasLightStreet ()
Date: October 5, 2019 21:15

People not interested... why the Big 4 - about a band who's about to do their 4th year of a tour with the same name and no new LP in site.

So... whatever. That's how it is here.

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Posted by: SomeGuy ()
Date: October 5, 2019 22:39

Yup

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Posted by: mandu ()
Date: October 6, 2019 11:20

TATTOO YOU
EMOTIONAL RESCUE
GOATS HEAD SOUP
UNDERCOVER

Feel The Fear
And Do It Anyway

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Posted by: Redhotcarpet ()
Date: October 7, 2019 00:01

Alive
Destroyer
Rock and roll over
Love Gun



Kiss
Hotter than hell
Dressed to kill
Alive

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Posted by: Redhotcarpet ()
Date: October 7, 2019 15:18

Bringing it all back home
Highway 61 revisited
Blonde on blonde
John Wesley Harding

Re: Rank your Big Four (1968-72) Rolling Stones albums
Date: October 7, 2019 16:56

1968-72?

Rolling Stones?

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