The Rolling Stones release their tenth album : ‘Exile on Main St.’ featuring ‘Tumbling Dice’ (1972)

The Rolling Stones ‘Exile on Main St.’ feat. ‘Tumbling Dice’ is their tenth studio album produced by Jimmy Miller and released on May 12, 1972 by Rolling Stones Records.

Track Listing : 1.Rocks Off (Mick Jagger/ Keith Richards) – 04:31 . 2.Rip This Joint (Mick Jagger/ Keith Richards) – 02:22 . 3.Shake Your Hips (Slim Harpo) – 02:59 . 4.Casino Boogie (Mick Jagger/ Keith Richards) – 03:33 . 5.Tumbling Dice (Mick Jagger/ Keith Richards) – 03:45 . 6.Sweet Virginia (Mick Jagger/ Keith Richards) – 04:27 . 7.Torn And Frayed (Mick Jagger/ Keith Richards) – 04:17 . 8.Sweet Black Angel (Mick Jagger/ Keith Richards) – 02:54 . 9.Loving Cup (Mick Jagger/ Keith Richards) – 04:25 . 10.Happy (Mick Jagger/ Keith Richards) – 03:04 . 11.Turd On The Run (Mick Jagger/ Keith Richards) – 02:36 . 12.Ventilator Blues (Mick Jagger/ Keith Richards/Mick Taylor) – 03:24 . 13.I Just Want To See His Face (Mick Jagger/ Keith Richards) – 02:52 . 14.Let It Loose (Mick Jagger/ Keith Richards) – 05:16 . 15.All Down The Line (Mick Jagger/ Keith Richards) – 03:49 . 16.Stop Breaking Down (Robert Johnson) – 04:34 . 17.Shine A Light (Mick Jagger/ Keith Richards) – 04:14 . 18.Soul Survivor (Mick Jagger/ Keith Richards) – 03:49

Musicians : The Rolling Stones – Band . Mick Jagger – Lead Vocals, Harmonica, Guitar On (5 – 6), Percussion . Keith Richards – Guitars, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals On (10), Electric Piano On (13), Bass Guitar On (4 – 10 – 8) . Mick Taylor – Guitars, Slide Guitar, Bass Guitar On (5 – 7 – 13 – 7) . Charlie Watts – Drums . Bill Wyman – Bass Guitar . Nicky Hopkins – Piano . Bobby Keys – Saxophone, Percussion On (10) . Jim Price – Trumpet, Trombone, Organ On (7) . Ian Stewart – Piano On (3 – 6 – 6) . Jimmy Miller – Drums On (10 – 7), Percussion On (8 – 9 – 13 – 15) . Bill Plummer – Upright Bass On (2 – 11 – 13 – 15) . Billy Preston – Piano And Organ On (17) . Al Perkins – Pedal Steel Guitar On (7) . Richard Washington – Marimba On (8) . Clydie King, Venetta Fields – Backing Vocals On (5 – 13 – 14 – 7) . Joe Green – Backing Vocals On (14 – 7) . Jerry Kirkland – Backing Vocals On (13 – 7) . Mac Rebennack – Backing Vocals On (14) . Shirley Goodman – Backing Vocals On (14) . Tami Lynn – Backing Vocals On (14) . Kathi Mcdonald – Backing Vocals On (15)

Production : Produced By Jimmy Miller . Glyn Johns – Engineer . Andy Johns – Engineer . Joe Zaganno – Engineer . Jeremy Gee – Engineer

Package : Robert Frank – Cover Photography . John Van Hamersveld – Layout Design . Norman Seeff – Layout Design

Recorded June 1969 – March 1972 At Nellcôte And Sunset Sound Recorders In Los Angeles.

Released On May 12, 1972 By Rolling Stones Records.

(Source The Rolling Stones ‘Exile on Main St.’ feat. ‘Tumbling Dice’ | The Rolling Stones – Official)

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Pitchfork
In a way though, Jagger’s lack of involvement may have been the key to Exile’s success (and probably explains his oft-voiced dislike of the record). With Richards at the helm, the record sounds closest to the American roots music the band relentlessly name-dropped. Vocally, Richards’ nasal whine fights for space with Jagger more than anywhere else in their history, adding thrillingly imperfect harmonies. […]

The Telegraph
The Rolling Stones‘ Exile on Main Street: hell that spawned a classicThe Rolling Stones’s Exile On Main Street is an album so shrouded in myth it practically defines the bohemian, decadent, counter-culture appeal of Seventies rock ’n’ roll. It is wild, electric music played by narcotic demigods with one foot in the 20th century and the other in some ancient, mystic swamp of steamy, primal passion. […]

The Guardian wrote in 2003 that it “remains a watershed of psychedelic rock.”American musicologist Gilbert Chase asserted that the album “marked a high peak in hard rock.” The Miami Herald credits it for introducing acid rock, classic rockand the guitar
The Stones and the true story of Exile on Main StMick Jagger once described it as sounding “lousy” with “no concerted effort of intention”, adding “at the time, Jimmy Miller was not functioning properly. I had to finish the whole record myself, because otherwise there were just these drunks and junkies. […]

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