Originally issued in 1997, Bridges To Babylon made the Top 3 in the US and number 6 in the UK. The yearning and sinuous Anybody Seen My Baby? and the mean and moody Saint Of Me - both Top 30 hits in the UK - in particular, showed the band remained at the cutting edge. Energetic rockers Low Down and Too Tight repay further investigation as do the three tracks sung by Richards, in particular the closer How Can I Stop which features another jazz legend, Wayne Shorter, on saxophone.
Track Listing: 1. Flip the Switch 2. Anybody Seen My Baby? 3. Low Down 4. Already over Me 5. Gunface 6. You Don't Have to Mean It 7. Out of Control 8. Saint of Me 9. Might as Well Get Juiced 10. Always Suffering 11. Too Tight 12. Thief in the Night 13. How Can I Stop
Release Date: 1969 Track Listing: 1. Paint It, Black 2. Ruby Tuesday 3. She's A Rainbow 4. Jumpin' Jack Flash 5. Mother's Little Helper 6. Let's Spend the Night Together 7. Honky Tonk Women 8. Dandelion 9. 2000 Light Years from Home 10. Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing in the Shadow? 11. Street Fighting Man
Rolling Stones 1971 studio album release.
Track Listing: 1. Brown Sugar 2. Sway 3. Wild Horses 4. Can't You Hear Me Knocking 5. You Gotta Move 6. Bitch 7. I Got the Blues 8. Sister Morphine 9. Dead Flowers 10. Moonlight Mile
A rousing cover of Bob & Earl's Harlem Shuffle, with Jagger's distinctive vocals to the fore, heralded the arrival of Dirty Work. This single made the Top 5 on both sides of the Atlantic in 1986. Produced by Steve Lillywhite and the Glimmer Twins, the album was dedicated to the memory of Ian Stewart, the group's original piano player and unofficial sixth member, who died the previous year.
1. One Hit (To the Body)
3. Harlem Shuffle
4. Hold Back
5. Too Rude
6. Winning Ugly
7. Back to Zero
8. Dirty Work
9. Had It With You
10. Sleep Tonight
11. Piano Instrumental [Hidden Track]
Recorded in Dublin and in Los Angeles, and produced by Don Was, Voodoo Lounge topped the British charts on its release in 1994. The rockers Love Is Strong - featuring Jagger on harmonica - You Got Me Rocking and I Go Wild all performed strongly in the UK Top 40, while Out Of Tears continued the group's fine tradition of late-night, soul-searching, soul-infused ballads and featured a killer vocal performance by Jagger. The singer also excelled on the equally contemplative Blinded By Rainbows, a forgotten gem in their repertoire, and the swaggering Sparks Will Fly, driven by the ever-excellent Charlie Watts on drums. Voodoo Lounge deservedly won the Grammy Award for Best Rock Album in 1995.
Track Listing: 1. Love Is Strong 2. You Got Me Rocking 3. Sparks Will Fly 4. The Worst 5. New Faces 6. Moon Is Up 7. Out of Tears 8. I Go Wild 9. Brand New Car 10. Sweethearts Together 11. Suck on the Jugular 12. Blinded by Rainbows 13. Baby Break It Down 14. Thru and Thru 15. Mean Disposition