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Let Me Down Slow 2 - The Rolling Stones - Bigger Bang-Outtakes (Vinyl)

On 05.09.2019 by Moogumuro With 1 Comments - DEFAULT


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    Vudosida 07.09.2019
    Why I said, baby, baby, let me down real slow No no no There's a swish in your step There's a gleam in your eye Are you coloring your hair With some new kind of dye But the first one to blink Is the first one to fall I don't want a confrontation I've got my back to the wall Oh baby, baby, let me down real slow Oh no no no Why I said, baby, baby.
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    Nishakar 11.09.2019
    "Let Me Down Slow" is a sloppy (in a good way), propulsive shimmy reminiscent of "She's So Cold," with nice guitar work tastefully layered throughout. This one features the 5-man line-up of Mick, Keith, Woody, Watts and bassist Darryl Jones; Keith's shredded-voice backing vocals are a delight/5().
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    Mezikus 07.09.2019
    Sep 06,  · A Bigger Bang is the 22nd British and 24th American studio album by the Rolling Stones, released on Virgin Records in September It .
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    Goltitaxe 12.09.2019
    Label: Virgin - 3,Rolling Stones Records - 3,Virgin - V • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock, Classic Rock, Funk, Ballad Let Me Down Slow Bass – Darryl Jones Drums 3 2 0: The Rolling Stones: A Bigger /5().
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    Daidal 12.09.2019
    Sep 06,  · Let Me Down Slow Lyrics: You look a little dressed up / You're acting way too smart / Your face a little bit flushed / For a walk in the park / And you're clutching your phone / .
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    Meztitaxe 14.09.2019
    A Bigger Bang, the Rolling Stones last studio album to date, made the Top 3 on both sides of the Atlantic in Its release coincided with the group’s longest ever world tour, lasting two years, a feat likely to remain unbeaten by any other rock artist.
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    Brale 14.09.2019
    Eight years separate 's A Bigger Bang, the Rolling Stones' 24th album of original material, from its predecessor, Bridges to Babylon, the longest stretch of time between Stones albums in history, but unlike the three-year gap between 's Dirty Work and 's Steel Wheels, the band never really went toured steadily, not just behind Bridges but behind the career-spanning.
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    Tazilkree 05.09.2019
    This year, The Rolling Stones have rereleased vinyl that have been half-speed remastered at Abbey Roads Studios. Based on previous experience, we opted to preorder one-“A Bigger Bang” their last real, all new studio album from That being said, the record sounded great!/5(46).

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