Miss You - The Rolling Stones - Some Girls (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The Rolling Stones' sixth studio album for their Rolling Stones Records label (distributed by Atlantic in the US and Canada and EMI elsewhere) entitled Some Girls was released in June of /5().
  2. The result was the extremely impressive disco/funk groove of “Miss You” which showed people that they were able to diversify. It was also the first album to feature Ronnie Wood as a full band member. Overall, “Some Girls” is considered to be the band’s best offering /5().
  3. Artist: The Rolling Stones Genre: Rock Release Date: 11/21/ Label: Catalog Number: Recording: Studio Sound: Stereo Length: Format: Vinyl LP.
  4. From Some Girls () (Lyrics) I've been holding out so long I've been sleeping all alone Lord I miss you I've been hanging on the phone I've been sleeping.
  5. Jun 07,  · The cover of the original album was a die cut with peep-holes so you could see the faces of members of Rolling Stones and female celebrities pictured on the innersleeve. Shortly after release the cover was withdrawn due to legal issues and a new /5(K).
  6. Includes "Miss You," "Shattered," "Beast of Burden," "Before They Make Me Run": Every Song a Classic Thirty-three years on from its original release, the re-mastered vinyl edition of Some Girls shows exactly why the album has often been hailed as the equal of Exile On Main Street. The album stands as both a time capsule and a timeless listen and it features the band at its tightest and.
  7. Jun 02,  · The Rolling Stones - Some Girls - The Outtakes - Pt. 1 Full Album () - Duration: Discography Channel Various Artists 1 65, views
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  9. Nov 15,  · The Stones were confident after the return to form of Some Girls, their best studio album since the knockout punches of Let It Bleed, Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main Street. I think Ron Wood finally feels like a proper member of the band and his guitar solos shine through the power riffs of /5().

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