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Mick Jagger — Wandering Spirit
Album: Wandering Spirit
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Released: 1993
Length: 4:14
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When all the twelve Apostles try to ring me on the phone
Take a message but I wouldn't return their call
For I have no eyes to see him and I thought I lost my way
And I know I've lost the keys to your door, well, ah

And I climbed the highest mountain and I looked down on the sea
And I saw a ship a-sail to the shore
I took a passage to the East and I journeyed to the West
I made love from Battambang to Baltimore

I said, oh, am I running in a race?
I said, oh, am I getting anyplace?
I said, oh, can I make it?

I'm a wandering spirit
Yes, I'm a wandering spirit
Oh yes, I'm a wandering spirit
I'm a wandering spirit, yes I am a restless soul
I'm a wandering spirit, there's no place that I can call my own

I was a glutton at the banquet and I spilt the finest wine
Trod the pyramids and ruins of Angkor
I kissed the Mona Lisa and I breakfasted with kings
And I touched the nerves of nature in the raw

I said, oh, am I running in a race?
I said, oh, take that smile right off your face?
I said, oh, I can't make it?

I'm a wandering spirit
Oh yes, wandering spirit
Oh yes, wandering spirit, no escape, no parole
I'm a wandering spirit
I'm a wandering spirit
I'm a wandering spirit
There's no place that I can call my home

I said, oh, am I running in a race?
I said, oh, take that smile right off your face?
I said, oh, I can't make it?

I'm a wandering spirit
Oh yes, a wandering spirit
I'm a wandering spirit, looking for a place to go

I'm a wandering spirit
I'm a wandering spirit
I'm a wandering spirit, no escape, no parole
I'm a wandering spirit, I'm a lost and lonely soul
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Don't Tear Me Up is a good one on this album
praying for speedy recovery
 kcar wrote:


Wandering back to this conversation a coupla years later...

While listening to this song in Feb. '19, my dismissal of Mick as crap then ('93) and "now" ('16) seems a bit harsh. But he still strikes me as a star who gets by largely because he is/was a star. This song/album was supposed to be a different side of Mick and it still just sounds slick and empty. That was in '93 and I haven't heard much from Mick since then to make me change my mind. 

Maybe he and the Stones can still put out music that sounds like they mean it--I don't know. But I ain't feelin' it on this track. 

And again, I invite you to compare Mick's version of "Commit a Crime" in front of the Obamas with Howlin' Wolf's. The Wolf brings it and makes the song's story R-e-a-l. Mick just flits around in a tired imitation of his old Red Rooster ways. 
 

Hey guys.... let's all compare a white English rock singer late in his career to an original black American blues icon recorded in his prime.   Degree of difficulty: We're comparing a studio recording made decades ago with a recent live appearance at the White House (of all places).  Apparently, Jagger was "Red Roostering" (whatever that means) and... well we have no idea what Wolf was doing as we only see still picture. 

This is a completely fair comparison.

 kcar wrote:

"Let's see...1993 >> 2016. You're kinda late by a couple of decades, aren't you?"

Mick was crap then and he's crap now. Simple enough for you? 

The Stones' latest album has some good tracks, but Mick makes a fool of himself in front of President Obama, despite Jeff Beck's best efforts. Video of Mick bumbling through Howlin' Wolf's "Commit a Crime:"  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PE-P15qCIqQ 
.

Howlin' Wolf's version. This is how it's done: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hwoPEat43I

 

Wandering back to this conversation a coupla years later...

While listening to this song in Feb. '19, my dismissal of Mick as crap then ('93) and "now" ('16) seems a bit harsh. But he still strikes me as a star who gets by largely because he is/was a star. This song/album was supposed to be a different side of Mick and it still just sounds slick and empty. That was in '93 and I haven't heard much from Mick since then to make me change my mind. 

Maybe he and the Stones can still put out music that sounds like they mean it--I don't know. But I ain't feelin' it on this track. 

And again, I invite you to compare Mick's version of "Commit a Crime" in front of the Obamas with Howlin' Wolf's. The Wolf brings it and makes the song's story R-e-a-l. Mick just flits around in a tired imitation of his old Red Rooster ways. 
When I was young and now that I'm older....I've always loved The Stones.  I remember one time in my thirties my mother came to my house and hearing Mick said, "I always thought when you grew up would you stop listening to him."  LOL --- as if and never. {#Dancingbanana_2}
Okay, as a believer, I have to say, this last set was really cool:

Matthew Sweet — Divine Intervention
Marianne Faithfull — Broken English
Mick Jagger — Wandering Spirit
 
There's a theme there! Thanks Bill.
When I was young, Mick and the Rolling Stones were my favorite {#Dancingbanana_2}
  hayduke2 wrote:
I respect ol' Mick the dude is a sincere rocker imo and he's still goin  : )

 
pinto wrote:

You do realize that this was released 25 years ago don't you?

 
The statement is no less valid.
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 hayduke2 wrote:
I respect ol' Mick the dude is a sincere rocker imo and he's still goin  : )

 
You do realize that this was released 25 years ago don't you?
{#Dancingbanana} Never too old to rock & roll!
Horrible song.
I respect ol' Mick the dude is a sincere rocker imo and he's still goin  : )


 ambrebalte wrote:
 You were lucky then, because I went to see The Rolling Stones in 93 or 94 in Belgium and it was terrible. They were a lot more stones than rolling. Boring to the bones. By the end of the concert half of the people in the public had gone, some of then truly sad.  It did alter my taste for their music for a while. Just a little while though :) I'll never ever go to one of their live concert. (Never say never? Hmm) 
This one is not a big favourite, but on RP, cycling in the lanes of Beijing, by this almost tropical summer, going to the coffeeshop, it gives the perfect kick to the beginning of my week, along with the wonderfully hand picked other musical jewels 

 
I'm calling BS on this account from Belgium 93/94.  Plain and simple.  I've been to Stones concerts in several countries, including Belgium, and I've never seen early departures in any great number from their shows.  Ever.  Their fans love them and are rarely, if ever, disappointed. They sure loved them in Werchter in 2014, where I saw them with 80,000 Belgians, who were fired up for the ENTIRE set.  At Quebec City in 2015 there were over 100,000 in attendance and no one was leaving there early either.  Whether you like them or not, the Stones are beloved wherever they go and the people that pay to see them (prices that are too high, IMO) aren't leaving early. 



 kcar wrote:

"Let's see...1993 >> 2016. You're kinda late by a couple of decades, aren't you?"

Mick was crap then and he's crap now. Simple enough for you? 

The Stones' latest album has some good tracks, but Mick makes a fool of himself in front of President Obama, despite Jeff Beck's best efforts. Video of Mick bumbling through Howlin' Wolf's "Commit a Crime:"  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PE-P15qCIqQ 
.

Howlin' Wolf's version. This is how it's done: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hwoPEat43I
 
Here's something simple: you'll have to argue that with the other 4.6 billion on the planet that's seen him. Or what was it last? I've lost count...
Its amazing how divisive the stones are here on RP. A career spanning 50 yrs has gotta mean something.
 LowPhreak wrote:


Let's see...1993 >> 2016. You're kinda late by a couple of decades, aren't you?

I'm glad Mick didn't hang it up then, since I saw the Stones on the 'Bridges to Babylon' tour in '98 and he was in as good a form as ever. 

 
"Let's see...1993 >> 2016. You're kinda late by a couple of decades, aren't you?"

Mick was crap then and he's crap now. Simple enough for you? 

The Stones' latest album has some good tracks, but Mick makes a fool of himself in front of President Obama, despite Jeff Beck's best efforts. Video of Mick bumbling through Howlin' Wolf's "Commit a Crime:"  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PE-P15qCIqQ 
.

Howlin' Wolf's version. This is how it's done: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hwoPEat43I

 LowPhreak wrote:


Let's see...1993 >> 2016. You're kinda late by a couple of decades, aren't you?

I'm glad Mick didn't hang it up then, since I saw the Stones on the 'Bridges to Babylon' tour in '98 and he was in as good a form as ever. 

  You were lucky then, because I went to see The Rolling Stones in 93 or 94 in Belgium and it was terrible. They were a lot more stones than rolling. Boring to the bones. By the end of the concert half of the people in the public had gone, some of then truly sad.  It did alter my taste for their music for a while. Just a little while though :) I'll never ever go to one of their live concert. (Never say never? Hmm) 
This one is not a big favourite, but on RP, cycling in the lanes of Beijing, by this almost tropical summer, going to the coffeeshop, it gives the perfect kick to the beginning of my week, along with the wonderfully hand picked other musical jewels 


 h8rhater wrote:

Well, the Jerk Store called, and they're running out of you. 

You are their all time best seller.

 
Oh yeah, well I had sex with your wife!
 kcar wrote:

 

Personally, this song makes me kinda wish Mick would hang it up. 

 

Let's see...1993 >> 2016. You're kinda late by a couple of decades, aren't you?

I'm glad Mick didn't hang it up then, since I saw the Stones on the 'Bridges to Babylon' tour in '98 and he was in as good a form as ever. 
 h8rhater wrote:

I'm not sure how much that dis-qualifies you, but you sure aren't much of a George Costanza fan.

 

I never saw this episode of Seinfeld but I burst out laughing while watching this clip from The Comeback/Jerk Store episode: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oApBlWipc2A

h8rhater, maybe you should get  msymmes the t-shirt and call it a day: 

t-shirt with the words "The Jerk Store called they're running out of you"

 

Personally, this song makes me kinda wish Mick would hang it up. 
Well, well, Mr. Jagger, Sir, quite well done, yes sir! {#Dancingbanana_2}
 msymmes wrote:
I can't be that much of a jerk.  I listen to RP. The best radio in the world.

 
I'm not sure how much that dis-qualifies you, but you sure aren't much of a George Costanza fan.
Tiny todger work.
 
I can't be that much of a jerk.  I listen to RP. The best radio in the world.

h8rhater wrote:

Well, the Jerk Store called, and they're running out of you. 

You are their all time best seller.

 


This is such a great album.
As a friend of mine once put it: "He really hit it out of the park with this one."
you just can't wiggle your body like Mick...
 msymmes wrote:
He and his buddies in his 50 year old band are the biggest jerks to ever walk this planet.
 

msymmes wrote:
A big fat ZERO for me.

 

 

 
Well, the Jerk Store called, and they're running out of you. 

You are their all time best seller.

Yea them old guys suck - I like the Archies!{#Beat}


"I give it an 8, Dick. It rocks!"
 msymmes wrote:
He and his buddies in his 50 year old band are the biggest jerks to ever walk this planet.
 

msymmes wrote:
A big fat ZERO for me.

 

 



 
How do you know? 
Nice enough song but glad he didn't quit his day job.  Same for Keith and his solo efforts.
Have you met him..?
If you had perhaps you wouldn't say that.
He says nice things about you. 
 msymmes wrote:
He and his buddies in his 50 year old band are the biggest jerks to ever walk this planet. - You don't have to like the man to love the music! {#Dancingbanana_2}
 

msymmes wrote:
A big fat ZERO for me.

 

 



 


Always enjoy Mick's encounters with the Saints and apostles. Guaranteed to be good.

 
I wonder what the best cover of this tune would be?  It's good except for Mick's voice. So i have bumped it up to a ONE.
Don't Tear Me Up is a good one on this album
 horstman wrote:

Good point, but this song is still pretty good for a solo Mick effort.

 
Indeed it is.  
Yeah.  I don't know why I hate this guy so much.   Must be a childhood thing {#Eek} 

On_The_Beach wrote:

Whatever, dude. Take a pill.

 



 msymmes wrote:
He and his buddies in his 50 year old band are the biggest jerks to ever walk this planet.
 

msymmes wrote:
A big fat ZERO for me.
 
Whatever, dude. Take a pill.
I like that quite a bit - thanks for the play.
 
He and his buddies in his 50 year old band are the biggest jerks to ever walk this planet.
 

msymmes wrote:
A big fat ZERO for me.

 

 


They should hire this guy to write songs for the Rolling Stones.
Right good stuff.

If this was somebody "new", nobody would be bagging on it.  
I suspect that we would all be listening attentively,and wondering what else this very talented person had to bring us in the future.
one of micks best. almost the early days. when the stones were a blues band.{#Dancingbanana}{#Bananapiano}{#Dancingbanana}
Gently kicks ass.  Guitar player is trying hard, and I'd say he's succeeding.

Crazy to compare this -- or anything, really -- to the Stones.  Like comparing my painting to Picasso.
 Shaker wrote:




 
I'd love to know everything that's been in that mouth.
 Enjoy this pic! Original!
calypsus_1 wrote:

Mick Jagger 2008 by ~JSaurer
©2008-2010 ~JSaurer

the old rolling stone, still hard working on stage
pencil scetch, 2008



 


Love it, soulful, and Jagger energy, thank you.
 h8rhater wrote:

Not to knock Keith as Life is a great book and his critiques of Jagger entertaining but...  Keith also talks about his own solo efforts as if they are the greatest thing since sliced bread in the book.  Neither of their efforts away from the Stones have much to recommend them.  Some decent songs can be found in both their efforts but, they clearly need each other to produce greatness.
 
Good point, but this song is still pretty good for a solo Mick effort.
 fatcatjb wrote:
Life is a great read and you're spot on...I see it all so clearly, perhaps for the first time 

keller1 wrote:

Since I read Keef's autobiography I laugh right out loud when I hear any of Jagger's solo stuff.  Keef is absolutely dead on, and absolutely devastating.

The book is a great read, including one of the funniest passages I have ever read, where Keef describes tracking an elephant.



 
 
Not to knock Keith as Life is a great book and his critiques of Jagger entertaining but...  Keith also talks about his own solo efforts as if they are the greatest thing since sliced bread in the book.  Neither of their efforts away from the Stones have much to recommend them.  Some decent songs can be found in both their efforts but, they clearly need each other to produce greatness.
Life is a great read and you're spot on...I see it all so clearly, perhaps for the first time 

keller1 wrote:

Since I read Keef's autobiography I laugh right out loud when I hear any of Jagger's solo stuff.  Keef is absolutely dead on, and absolutely devastating.

The book is a great read, including one of the funniest passages I have ever read, where Keef describes tracking an elephant.



 


best stones song in decades!
 msymmes wrote:
A big fat ZERO for me.
 
I'm nearing the end of Keith Richards' biography.
Trust me, he would agree with you!
Personally, I like some of Mick's solo stuff, including this.
A big fat ZERO for me.

 
 the_prof wrote:
Great song; too bad not avail. in digital format.
 
huh?
 renostve999 wrote:
good god.....this thing is almost 20 years old??!!!!

I'd never heard it before and, as my toe's a tappin' away, I'm finding that I like it quite a lot. 

Thanks RP for the introduction to some new, old music.
 
I know! Same here! Good gracious. I actually *LIKE* this...
 renostve999 wrote:
good god.....this thing is almost 20 years old??!!!!

I'd never heard it before and, as my toe's a tappin' away, I'm finding that I like it quite a lot. 

Thanks RP for the introduction to some new, old music.
 
Same hear.  Never heard this before, but love it.  Hearing this type of stuff might have caused me to be a bigger Stones/Mick fan way back when.
 pomalley wrote:
Want to hear the best "Use Me" cover out there.  Listen to Mick and Lenny K on this album.  There's some soul there. 
 
A little-known track for sure. Quite good. 
 keller1 wrote:

Since I read Keef's autobiography I laugh right out loud when I hear any of Jagger's solo stuff.  Keef is absolutely dead on, and absolutely devastating.

The book is a great read, including one of the funniest passages I have ever read, where Keef describes tracking an elephant.



 
Yep.  I enjoyed the book and all the comments re Mick.  I DO like this song, but not much other solo work.  Hard to imagine the size of his EGO.

good god.....this thing is almost 20 years old??!!!!

I'd never heard it before and, as my toe's a tappin' away, I'm finding that I like it quite a lot. 

Thanks RP for the introduction to some new, old music.
Want to hear the best "Use Me" cover out there.  Listen to Mick and Lenny K on this album.  There's some soul there. 

I really don't care for the Stones, but I am liking this song.


Since I read Keef's autobiography I laugh right out loud when I hear any of Jagger's solo stuff.  Keef is absolutely dead on, and absolutely devastating.

The book is a great read, including one of the funniest passages I have ever read, where Keef describes tracking an elephant.



 the_prof wrote:
Great song; too bad not avail. in digital format.
 
Last time I looked, CDs were a digital format: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000002IUO

Mick Jagger looks like a meth addicted Nick Cave on this cover.  Or perhaps I should say that Nick Cave looks like a better fed Mick Jagger.
 the_prof wrote:
Great song; too bad not avail. in digital format.
 
It's on CD, no? Just get the CD and use iTunes to rip the track to MP3 to shove on an iPod/MP3 player.

Great song; too bad not avail. in digital format.
 deanofox wrote:
Still cool after all these years! Although he does have a face like a blind cobbler's thumb.
 
I'm laughing so hard I'm crying - what a GREAT description! {#Clap}
 diannemck56 wrote:
I've been listening to The Stones for 43 years and have always loved them, specifically Mick.  I remember when I went to buy this album when it first came out I asked the young people working at the record store if they had the new Mick Jagger CD.  They looked at me puzzled and said, "Is he that guy that has that Steven Tyler look going on?" {#Beat} I was shocked and told them they had no business working in a music store.  I bought the CD somewhere else.  {#Lol}  Ah, memories.
 
Great story!  I would have done the same.  Too bad that most music stores are staffed with people who wouldn't know their Stones from their Stone Roses.  Jagger has another cool song called "Old Habits Die Hard," which I love. It got played a lot, and then just dropped off the radar. Standard radio is SO jaundiced!

Thank all the cosmos for RadioParadise! {#Daisy}
There is a lawsuit in this for John Fogarty(My baby left me).   I like the song but in listening to the intro couldn't place the difference.
I've been disliking the Stones for 43 years myself...and actually like this tune. A sure surprise for me...great energy. Maybe because this doesn't sound like the Stones...that I like it. 

Mick Jagger 2008 by ~JSaurer
©2008-2010 ~JSaurer

the old rolling stone, still hard working on stage
pencil scetch, 2008


I've been listening to The Stones for 43 years and have always loved them, specifically Mick.  I remember when I went to buy this album when it first came out I asked the young people working at the record store if they had the new Mick Jagger CD.  They looked at me puzzled and said, "Is he that guy that has that Steven Tyler look going on?" {#Beat} I was shocked and told them they had no business working in a music store.  I bought the CD somewhere else.  {#Lol}  Ah, memories.
He looks like Nick Cave after an all night drinking/coke/heroin binge.

If he wasn't a musician he could be on one of those "This is your face on drugs" posters.

And of course I'm only mocking his appearance because I've never been a fan of the Stones in general and Mick specifically.
Still cool after all these years! Although he does have a face like a blind cobbler's thumb.
Cover photo is from Mick's Avatar audition. "I'm not putting the tail on unless I get the part."
h8rhater wrote:

And still he lands the Brazilian babes while you sit alone in your flat playing pocket pool. How sad for you.


Oh dear oh dear....Clearly you envy old Mick...it's never too late.

No need for "pocket pool" here old fellow/gal.....I'm blessed with a gorgeous  wife and amazing children...oh and a palatial home.

How much do you pay at the "Y"...?


What's wrong with dying your hair? Some people just don't like grey. I started going grey when I was 13 (thanks mom!), and sometimes I dye and sometimes I don't. I'm not try to hang on to my youth, I just occasionally get tired of the grey. If the end result is a more youthful look, that's a nice benefit, but not the main goal!
 EssexTex wrote:

It's not about his age so much as how he looks for his age.....he resembles one of those hairless cats.
I'm sure you are a far better example of a man or woman of Micks advancing years, whether it be down to surgery or not.

 
And still he lands the Brazilian babes while you sit alone in your flat playing pocket pool.  How sad for you.

 cosmiclint wrote:
How dare he age!
 
y' know, the problem I have re: aging & Mick Jagger (and Paul McCartney) is that their dyed hair creates the impression of old men trying to be twenty and thinking no one knows.

I'm not trying to ridicule them. I just think it's sad.

Mick Jagger

Paul McCartney

{#Whisper} Dude should put his shirt on.
 arsenault wrote:
looks like mick is having an argument with his doppelganger boyfriend on
the other side of the bed...
is this  a bad time mr. jagger?
 
Seems like he was on a bed with a chick on She's the Boss.  Maybe he just likes beds.
I like some of Mick Jagger's songs, but this sucks
 jonahboo wrote:
back in '93 i really liked this album - thought it had some real good songs on it
 
So, how do you feel about here in '09?

Is that Don Covay on vocals?
back in '93 i really liked this album - thought it had some real good songs on it
 marmelock wrote:

Nope.... Jimmy Rip!
 
indeed! I stand corrected ...

 federico wrote:

jeff beck, IIRC

 
Nope.... Jimmy Rip!


 arsenault wrote:
looks like mick is having an argument with his doppelganger boyfriend on
the other side of the bed...
is this  a bad time mr. jagger?
 

Haha. I agree! {#Wink}
 stkman wrote:
damn good guitar
 
jeff beck, IIRC

looks like mick is having an argument with his doppelganger boyfriend on
the other side of the bed...
is this  a bad time mr. jagger?
damn good guitar
this is rubbish...spoiled a great run..

I've never heard any of his solo stuff.  This is pretty good...
 fredriley wrote:
I'm not usually a fan of ol' Rubberlips or the Stones, apart from their Blues work which is feckin' brilliant, and this is no exception - real driving blues rock. 8 from the Nottingham jury.
 

I think the Stones are one of the great country bands, but I agree with you on this tune —- really rockin.
I'm not usually a fan of ol' Rubberlips or the Stones, apart from their Blues work which is feckin' brilliant, and this is no exception - real driving blues rock. 8 from the Nottingham jury.
cosmiclint wrote:

How dare he age!


It's not about his age so much as how he looks for his age.....he resembles one of those hairless cats.
I'm sure you are a far better example of a man or woman of Micks advancing years, whether it be down to surgery or not.

 EssexTex wrote:
He sure looks like a "wandering spirit" nowadays.
kinda like nosferatu...with hair plugs.
 
How dare he age!

Ho Hum
He sure looks like a "wandering spirit" nowadays. kinda like nosferatu...with hair plugs.
I dig Keef's solo stuff too, but I agree that some guidance from Mick wouldn't have hurt. This discussion reminds me of Brian May's solo efforts, he could have used the guidance of Roger and Freddie in some areas - take "Cyborg" or "China Belle" for example. It's good to hear these guys expressing themselves outside the norm.
rickhoran wrote:
Keith Richards' solo work is far superior than this. Talk is Cheap Main Offender Keith Richards and the Xpensive Winos- live at the Hollywood Paladium 1988
Keith Richards has had a horrible solo career and is a terrible singer ..ARE YOU FLIPIN SERIOUS..LOL? Keith has been dead for 20 years but no one has told him yet...... Stones rock..........
rickhoran wrote:
Keith Richards' solo work is far superior than this. Talk is Cheap Main Offender Keith Richards and the Xpensive Winos- live at the Hollywood Paladium 1988
He gets the best results in combination with Mick Jagger's input and the other way around, IMO. That and what he other Stones members contributed made them big in the first place. I doubt very much whether they would have had much success apart from each-other.
Koan wrote:
I thought at first I was listening to early-ish Stones!
It's funny, but I think that Mick sounds better now than he ever did as a youth. He must have some decent song writers and producers. Or maybe because the music is a bit trite that it elevates his flare. The ensemble seems too perfectly plucked from a bluesy southern baptist genre.
lattalo wrote:
Better than most of the crap the Stones have been producing for the last 20 years.
I think it's on an even par with the Stones later "crap" I'm afraid...
lattalo wrote:
Better than most of the crap the Stones have been producing for the last 20 years.
I thought at first I was listening to early-ish Stones!
Better than most of the crap the Stones have been producing for the last 20 years.
In view of the usually excellent stuff on RP: this gets a maximum of 4... (I might give it a 5 on any mainstream radio station though).
Keith Richards' solo work is far superior than this. Talk is Cheap Main Offender Keith Richards and the Xpensive Winos- live at the Hollywood Paladium 1988
valtanty3 wrote:
hey, that's Iggy Curry! (the bastard son of Iggy Pop and Tim Curry)
:roflol:
This has to be a joke right?
-1 for having your hand down your pants, Mick.
I think this is the best STONES album since 'Black And Blue'
this is pretty old album. Quite Awesome. I don't think this is one of th best tracks onlit though
All those Stones albums and he's still prolific on his own? Man... why can't I write songs like that?
Mick's Greatest Hits just came out, if anyone's interested.
A review on Amazon asks whether, really now, isn't Mick the guy we try to be singing in the shower. Not me. I tend more toward Iggy Pop, flailing around after stepping on the soap.
On_The_Beach wrote:
Good tune. Not sure why people like to dump on Mick.
I don't want to dump on him...I just wanna eat him up!
Daveinbawlmer wrote:
A really fine overlooked record.
There a great version of Use Me with Mick and Lenny Kravitz on this. Probalby my fav version of that song. Definitely worth a listen.
mgkiwi wrote:
RP request - George Thorogood and the Destroyers - PLEASE
So sorry, he's busy drinkin' alone.