The Rolling Stones’ ‘Dirty Work’ feat. ‘Harlem Shuffle’

The Rolling Stones’ ‘Dirty Work’ feat. ‘Harlem Shuffle’ is their eighteenth British (and twentieth American) studio album released on March 24, 1986 by Rolling Stones/Columbia Records.

Track Listing : 1.One Hit (To The Body) (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood) – 04:44 . 2.Fight (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood) – 03:09 . 3.Harlem Shuffle (Bob Relf, Ernest Nelson) – 03:23 . 4.Hold Back (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 03:53 . 5.Too Rude (Lindon Roberts) – 03:11 . 6.Winning Ugly (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 04:32 . 7.Back To Zero (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Chuck Leavell) – 04:00 . 8.Dirty Work (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood) – 03:53 . 9.Had It With You (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood) – 03:19 . 10.Sleep Tonight (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 05:10

Musicians : Rolling Stones – Band . Mick Jagger – Vocals, Harmonica . Keith Richards – Electric And Acoustic Guitars, Piano, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals On (5 – 10) . Ronnie Wood – Electric, Acoustic And Pedal Steel Guitar, Tenor Saxophone, Backing Vocals; Drums On (10) . Bill Wyman – Bass Guitar, Synthesizer . Charlie Watts – Drums . Chuck Leavell – Keyboards . Ivan Neville – Backing Vocals, Bass Guitar, Organ, Synthesizer . Jimmy Page – Electric Guitar On (1) . Bobby Womack – Backing Vocals, Electric Guitar On (7) . Anton Fig – Shakers . John Regan – Bass Guitar On (6) . Dan Collette – Trumpet . Ian Stewart – Piano . Marku Ribas – Percussion . Jimmy Cliff – Backing Vocals . Don Covay – Backing Vocals . Beverly D’Angelo – Backing Vocals . Kirsty Maccoll – Backing Vocals . Dolette Mcdonald – Backing Vocals . Janice Pendarvis – Backing Vocals . Patti Scialfa – Backing Vocals . Tom Waits – Backing Vocals

Production : Produced By The Glimmer Twins, Steve Lillywhite Tim Crich – Assistant Engineer . Dave Jerden – Engineer . Mike Krowiak – Assistant Engineer . Stephen Marcussen – Mastering . Steve Parker – Engineer . Stewart Whitmore – Mastering

Package : Annie Leibovitz – Photography . Mark Marek – Sleeve Art . Janet Perr – Art Direction

Recorded April 5, June 17,July 16, August 17, September 10, October 15, 1985 At Pathe Marconi Studios Paris; R.P.M. And Right Track Studios N.Y.C..

Released On March 24, 1986 By Rolling Stones/Columbia Records.

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Rolling Stone
And unlike most Stones tracks, which give the illusion of a live band bashing away, a few songs sound cobbled together on tape — especially Hold Back. Even with Lillywhite on knobs, Dirty Work doesn’t sound overly slick like Tattoo You; it’s got the old raunch. […]

Keno’s ROLLING STONES Web Site
this album contains what has to be Mick Jagger’s most horrible vocal work ever! He obviously didn’t want to be in the studio recording with the Stones for this album and .I wonder what he thinks of his work today.. that is, IF he thinks of it at all! […]

Monte’s One Stop Blog!
Dirty Work: The Rolling Stones’ Masterpiece By Accident!Yet many of the reasons the album is written off are the very one that make it great. The overall disarray of the band, the feuding between Mick and Keith at the time, and the fact that Keith had to pretty much put the album together on his own all contribute to making this a truly essential, if imperfect, album. […]

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