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Exile on Main Street

Exile on Main Street by The Rolling Stones buy album

The Rolling Stones

Label: Universal Music Group
Released: 2010
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Track Listing

CD1: Rocks Off; Rip This Joint; Shake Your Hips; Casino Boogie; Tumbling Dice; Sweet Virginia; Torn and Frayed; Sweet Black Angel; Loving Cup; Happy; Turd on the Run; Ventilator Blues; I Just Want to See His Face; Let It Loose; All Down the Line; Stop Breaking Down; Shine a Light; Soul Survivor. CD2: Pass the Wine (Sophia Loren); Plundered My Soul'; I'm Not Signifying' Following the River; Dancing in the Light; So Divine (Alladin Story);Loving Cup; Soul Survivor; Good Time Women; Title 5.

Personnel

The Rolling Stones
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Additional Personnel / Information

Mick Jagger: vocals, harmonica, guitar; percussion; Keith Richards: electric guitar, acoustic guitar; bass, vocals; Mick Taylor: guitar, bass; Charlie Watts: drums; Jimmy Miller: drums; Bill Wyman: bass; Bill Plummer: stand-up bass: Nicky Hopkins: piano; Ian Stewart: piano; Billy Preston: organ, piano; Al Perkins: steel guitar; Amyl Nitrate: marimba; Jim Price: trumpet, vibes; Paul Buckmaster: strings; David Campbell: string arrangment; Bobby Keys: saxophone, percussion; Clydie King: backing vocals; Joe Green: backing vocals; Jerry Kirkland: backing vocals; Vanetta: backing vocals; Tammi Lynn: backing vocals; Mac Rebennack: backing vocals; Lisa Fischer: backing vocals; Cindy Mizelle: backing vocals: Shirley Goodman: backing vocals; Kathi McDonald: background vocals.


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