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Media format2-LP
Media PackagingStandard
Available since 02.12.2016
Product code344624

Released in a black double LP edition (180 g)!

The legendary Rolling Stones have their first studio album in more than a decade - 'Blue and Lonesome'. The successor to 'A Bigger Band' (2005) features twelve blues classics, among them songs by Howlin’ Wolf, Otis Rush, Willie Dixon, Jimmy Reed and many other blues legends, performed by Mick, Keith, Charlie and Ronnie. Produced by Don Was in Mark Knopfler's British Grove Studios in London, backed up by instrumentalists Darryl Jones (bass), Chuck Leavell (keyboard) and Matt Clifford (keyboard).

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Old blues 50s

While many bands create something new, The Rolling Stones decided to go back and record an album of covers of old blues 50s. The album is called "Blue and Lonesome" in honor of the songs of Memphis Slim and distinctive cover with the logo of the collective. The album "Blue and Lonesome" sounds atmospheric, warm and lamp. In terms of simple aesthetics, old songs, recorded on modern equipment, can get a new life. That is what The Rolling Stones, reviving old songs. Surprisingly, The Rolling Stones so accustomed to the role of Chicago bluesmen that at least listening, I even forgot that it Mick, Keith, Charlie and Ronnie. The album seemed to send you back in time for the back streets of Chicago with its colorful bars and a nice layer of the underworld. In the meantime, let's just enjoy the blues with the album "Blue and Lonesome".

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