Monday, April 16, 2012

The Rolling Stones: L.A. Friday 1975



10.

For the casual Stones fan, or the hardcore, this is a treat. This is the early Ronnie Wood chapter of The Rolling Stones. His guitar playing is impeccable, fresh out of The Faces, Wood makes an impressive introduction to the band's legacy. Keith Richards is also peaking in his career as a part-time lead guitarist. The set list is LONG, and it is AWESOME covering everything from a punk rock version of "Get off my cloud" to one of the best renditions of "Sympathy for the Devil" I've ever heard. This is when rock and roll meant everything, and rightly deserved. I highly recommend this to... everyone.

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