The Rolling Stones’ ‘Emotional Rescue’ feat. ‘She’s So Cold’ is their fifteenth studio album, released on June 20,1980 by Rolling Stones Records
Track Listing : 1.Dance (Pt. 1) (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 04:23 . 2.Summer Romance (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 03:16 . 3.Send It To Me (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 03:43 . 4.Let Me Go (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 03:50 . 5.Indian Girl (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 04:23 . 6.Where The Boys Go (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 03:29 . 7.Down In The Hole (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 03:57 . 8.Emotional Rescue (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 05:39 . 9.She’S So Cold (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 04:12 . 10.All About You (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) – 04:18
Musicians : The Rolling Stones – Band . Mick Jagger – Vocals, Electric Guitar, Pianos . Keith Richards – Guitars, Backing Vocals; Piano, Vocals On (10 And Bass Guitar On (10); Guitar Solo On “Let Me Go” . Ronnie Wood – Guitars, Backing Vocals; Bass Guitar On (8) . Bill Wyman – Bass Guitar, Synthesiser . Charlie Watts – Drums . Ian Stewart – Pianos, Percussion . Nicky Hopkins – Keyboards . Sugar Blue – Harmonica . Bobby Keys – Saxophone . Michael Shrieve – Percussion . Max Romeo – Backing Vocals On (1)
Production : Produced By The Glimmer Twins . Jack Nitzsche – . Chris Kimsey – Engineer . Snake Reynolds – Assistant Engineer . Sean Fullan – Assistant Engineer . Ted Jensen – Mastering Engineer
Arrangements : Jack Nitzsche –
Recorded January 5 , March 2, August 23, 1978 & January 18, February 12, June 10, October 19, November & December 1979.
ReleasedOn June 20,1980 By Rolling Stones.
Now that I’m done being snarky, I will tell you that I wish this record had more disco. I get the feeling that, while the Stones are having a good time exploring the burgeoning world of dance rock, they are doing a really half-assed job. […]
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I have always considered this release to be a little off kilter as the stronger songs were at the end of the album. I have the original LP and side two was played a lot more often than the A side. […]