Life is, or Should be, Only Rock and Roll
Sara Hackett | from the Darkside | 06/11/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This records opens with the super rocker "If You Can Rock Me" and in it Mick sings, "If you can't rock me, than somebody will." Oh yeah, he ain't looking for no wedding cake, the man just wants to rock and he does it on this record. This is Mick Taylor's final record with the Greatest Group on Earth and he really goes out in style. In fact both he and his future replacement, Ron Wood, both play on the title song. I just love "Till the Next Goodbye," a song that sends chills up my spine every time I hear it. I jump up and groove (can you still say that?) every time "Dance Little Sister," comes out of my speakers. "Time Waits for No One," is sort of my husband's theme song. He's a writer and this song just seems to get his fingers tap, tap, tapping on those keys. I am very lucky, because I've got a guy who can rock me, so I don't have to find anybody else. Thank God for that, because life is, or should be, only rock and roll, after all."