Rolling Stones - She Was Hot album flac
Title: She Was Hot
Style: Classic Rock
MP3 album: 1741 mb
FLAC album: 1987 mb
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She Was Hot" is a song by The Rolling Stones from their 1983 album Undercover. Recording on "She Was Hot" first began in late 1982. Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, the song is a traditional rock 'n' roll number from the band. The song is notable as both original Rolling Stones pianist Ian Stewart and pianist Chuck Leavell perform on the recording.
By now, the Rolling Stones have assumed something of the status of the blues in popular music - a vital force beyond time and fashion. Undercover, their twenty-third album (not counting anthologies and outtakes), reassembles, in the manner of mature masters of every art, familiar elements into exciting new forms. If the album lacks the epochal impact of, say, Sticky Fingers, then perhaps it’s because the mythic years of pop are past - by now, even the Stones have long since bade them goodbye.
As the following list of Rolling Stones Albums Ranked Worst to Best makes clear, the Stones really are a band of wealth and taste. We’re not talking money or that iconic tongue logo; this is about the group's armload of album releases, dating back to 1964. There are a lot of them (24 by our method – more on that in a minute), and the vast majority range from pretty good to phenomenally classic. Even the bad Stones records manage to showcase a consistency, drive and tunefulness worthy of their creators
Rolling Stones albums ranked from worst to best. By Ian Fortnam (Classic Rock) 2016-12-05T14:45:00. Classic Rock presents a list of every classic Rolling Stones album ranked from worst to best. The Rolling Stones playing their greatest songs on stage. Hobbled by a debilitating mid-80s production, Dirty Work finds the Stones in turmoil, Richards livid at Jagger for releasing She’s The Boss, his first solo album, and the pair barely speaking. Charlie meanwhile was in the grip of unlikely mid-life addictions to heroin and booze. Listening to the album now it’s unsurprisingly poor. Obviously it’s the Stones so it’s not without charm, but you have to look extremely hard for any. Its single, a weary cover of Bob & Earl’s Harlem Shuffle, is dispiritingly similar to Jagger’s Dancing In The Street Live Aid Bowie duet.
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|A||She Was Hot = Ella Era Ardiente
Producer – Chris Kimsey
|B||I Think I'm Going Mad = Creo Que Me Estoy Volviendo Loco||4:20|
- Producer – The Glimmer Twins
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|7-99788||Rolling Stones*||She Was Hot (7", Spe)||Rolling Stones Records||7-99788||US||1984|
|RSR 114||Rolling Stones*||She Was Hot (7", Single, Pus)||Rolling Stones Records||RSR 114||UK||1984|
|RSR-1212||Rolling Stones*||She Was Hot (7", Single, Pro)||Rolling Stones Records||RSR-1212||Australia||1984|
|01.21.10067||The Rolling Stones||She Was Hot (7")||EMI||01.21.10067||Peru||1984|
|8815||Rolling Stones*||She Was Hot = Ella Era Ardiente (7", Single)||Rolling Stones Records||8815||Mexico||1984|