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60 great albums you’ve (probably) never heard (Stones make the list)
Date: November 12, 2023 15:15

I stumbled upon this article published on Nov 11 titled 60 great albums you’ve (probably) never heard via The Telegraph.

The Stones related albums that make the list are:

Howlin' Wolf - The London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions (1971)

Mick Jagger - She's The Boss (1985)

For those who can't read the article, it can also be viewed here.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2023-11-12 17:15 by MrForeverMusicFan.

Re: 60 great albums you’ve (probably) never heard (Stones make the list)
Posted by: jackflash27 ()
Date: November 12, 2023 16:29

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MrForeverMusicFan
I stumbled upon this article published on Nov 11 titled 60 great albums you’ve (probably) never heard via The Telegraph.

The Stones related albums that make the list are:

Howlin' Wolf - The London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions (1971)

Mick Jagger - She's The Boss (1985)

For those who can't read the article, it can also be viewed here.

She's the Boss is not a great album, although it's a lot of fun. Jagger sounds all coked up and outrageous. The lyrics are very funny, I even listen to it once in a while. But far from a great album

Re: 60 great albums you’ve (probably) never heard (Stones make the list)
Posted by: treaclefingers ()
Date: November 12, 2023 17:07

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jackflash27
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MrForeverMusicFan
I stumbled upon this article published on Nov 11 titled 60 great albums you’ve (probably) never heard via The Telegraph.

The Stones related albums that make the list are:

Howlin' Wolf - The London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions (1971)

Mick Jagger - She's The Boss (1985)

For those who can't read the article, it can also be viewed here.

She's the Boss is not a great album, although it's a lot of fun. Jagger sounds all coked up and outrageous. The lyrics are very funny, I even listen to it once in a while. But far from a great album

It's a product of its time, and as such very dated.

I'm surprised it makes the list of 'great' albums (as you opined) AND 'never heard of'...I guess if your 25 years old you probably wouldn't have heard of it.

Other than Let's Work, I'd say Primitive Cool is probably a far better album that most certainly would be less known.

Re: 60 great albums you’ve (probably) never heard (Stones make the list)
Date: November 13, 2023 03:36

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jackflash27

She's the Boss is not a great album, although it's a lot of fun. Jagger sounds all coked up and outrageous. The lyrics are very funny, I even listen to it once in a while. But far from a great album

The video of 'She's The Boss' is crazy.




Re: 60 great albums you’ve (probably) never heard (Stones make the list)
Posted by: jackflash27 ()
Date: November 13, 2023 06:38

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MrForeverMusicFan
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jackflash27

She's the Boss is not a great album, although it's a lot of fun. Jagger sounds all coked up and outrageous. The lyrics are very funny, I even listen to it once in a while. But far from a great album

The video of 'She's The Boss' is crazy.



Fantastic! There’s a lot going on in that clip. My god, what was Jagger thinking?

Re: 60 great albums you’ve (probably) never heard (Stones make the list)
Posted by: Silver Dagger ()
Date: November 13, 2023 10:58

Without a shadow of a doubt by far the greatest album in that list is this masterpiece by Doll By Doll. It has everything - brilliant lyrics and tunes and a wide variety of styles from pop/rock, folk, psychedelic rock, new wave funk and blue-eyed soul. It was too much for the new wave scene at the time but has gone on to become much revered.


Re: 60 great albums you’ve (probably) never heard (Stones make the list)
Posted by: BowieStone ()
Date: November 13, 2023 11:33

Not really a hidden gems list.
For the hiphop community those albums by Mobb Deep and Eric B. & Rakim are stone cold classics.

Even some million sellers in there, like Evermore. Lots of people heard that.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2023-11-13 11:33 by BowieStone.

Re: 60 great albums you’ve (probably) never heard (Stones make the list)
Posted by: liddas ()
Date: November 13, 2023 11:51

Willie de Ville's Chat Bleu is without any doubt a true masterpiece!

C

Re: 60 great albums you’ve (probably) never heard (Stones make the list)
Posted by: bitusa2012 ()
Date: November 13, 2023 11:55

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jackflash27

She's the Boss is not a great album, although it's a lot of fun. Jagger sounds all coked up and outrageous. The lyrics are very funny, I even listen to it once in a while. But far from a great album

The video of 'She's The Boss' is crazy.



I’ve got the album. And it’s safe to say I don’t recall I’ve EVER heard that song!!

Rod

Re: 60 great albums you’ve (probably) never heard (Stones make the list)
Posted by: Silver Dagger ()
Date: November 13, 2023 14:29

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liddas
Willie de Ville's Chat Bleu is without any doubt a true masterpiece!

C

Love it. It's a great album.




Re: 60 great albums you’ve (probably) never heard (Stones make the list)
Posted by: treaclefingers ()
Date: November 13, 2023 17:03

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jackflash27

She's the Boss is not a great album, although it's a lot of fun. Jagger sounds all coked up and outrageous. The lyrics are very funny, I even listen to it once in a while. But far from a great album

The video of 'She's The Boss' is crazy.



I’ve got the album. And it’s safe to say I don’t recall I’ve EVER heard that song!!

LOL...it's THE TITLE CUT!

This if I'm correct (going from memory isn't always reliable), is a snippet from the Jagger "film" Running Out Of Luck.

If you haven't seen it it's hysterical.

Re: 60 great albums you’ve (probably) never heard (Stones make the list)
Posted by: snoopy2 ()
Date: November 13, 2023 18:09

Always enjoy the She’s The Boss album, goofy, not serious, but fun as are the videos made for it, Lucky In Love etc

Re: 60 great albums you’ve (probably) never heard (Stones make the list)
Posted by: CaptainCorella ()
Date: November 14, 2023 04:00

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MrForeverMusicFan
I stumbled upon this article published on Nov 11 titled 60 great albums you’ve (probably) never heard via The Telegraph.

The Stones related albums that make the list are:

Howlin' Wolf - The London Howlin’ Wolf Sessions (1971)

Mick Jagger - She's The Boss (1985)

For those who can't read the article, it can also be viewed here.

The London Howlin' Wolf Sessions album is one of the GREAT albums. If you've not heard it, seek out the 2002 (?) expanded version which has a whole extra CDs worth of material.

Wolf explaining to Eric Clapton how to play "The Red Rooster" is priceless.

Appearing on the album, with Wolf, includes Clapton, Stevie Winwood, Wyman, Watts, Hubert Sumlin, Ian Stewart, Ringo, Lafayette Leake, Klaus Voorman, and it was recorded at Olympic Studios in London.

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Captain Corella
60 Years a Fan

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