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Brett H. (BlooZRocker)
Reviewed on 12/19/2008...
Fantastic Jagger CD. 1st spin impressed me with the variety of musical genre: lotsa rock but also soul, country, folk and (I hate to admit it) but the disco tune hasa killer thumping baseline thats funky fun! On the 2nd spin I realized what a hot backing band Mick had behind him keeping a smouldering groove throughout. To get launched, listen to Mother Of A Man
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One of the best albums of the 90s
Pieter | Johannesburg | 01/03/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The quality of these songs makes this album a true classic of the 90s as Mick sails through an impressive variety of styles with great panache. There's real Stones rock in Wired All Night, Out Of Focus and Put Me In The Trash; falsetto funk in Sweet Thing; blues rock in Don't Tear Me Up and Use Me; country balladeering in Evening Gown and Hang On To Me Tonight; hints of gospel in Angel In My Heart and even Celtic folk in Handsome Molly. Emotionally compelling music - great lyrics wrapped around killer hooks. It's like those late 60s and early 70s Stones albums where every song is a classic. Mick sings his heart out and puts most of modern rock music in the trash."
A must own for any Stones fan
John M | Alexandria, VA | 10/31/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This record is, quite frankly, the best effort put out out by the Stones or any member of the Stones since Tatoo You.The record contains some great rockers, such as the title track and single Tear Me Up, but also returns to Jagger's blues roots on numbers like "I've Been Lonely for So Long" and the Lenny Kravitz duet remake of Bill Withers' "Use Me." Jagger also goes country in a way that hasn't been done since Far Away Eyes on Some Girls, with a beutiful ballad apparently inspired by Jerry Hall called "Evening Gown." But the real treasure is the Gospel-blues Rock sensation "Out of Focus," the most original, daring work by a Rolling Stone since probably 1978.This is one of the rare albums of the 1990's that can be listened to start to finish, so start it up!"