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The Rolling StonesBlue & Lonesome

Blue & Lonesome $0.96
  • Discount: -20%
  • Release date: 2016
  • Duration: 42:37
  • Size, Mb: 98.15
  • Format: MP3, 320 kbps

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1 Just Your Fool   02:16 $0.10
2 Commit A Crime   03:38 $0.10
3 Blue And Lonesome   03:07 $0.10
4 All Of Your Love   04:46 $0.10
5 I Gotta Go   03:26 $0.10
6 Everybody Knows About My Good Thing   04:30 $0.10
7 Ride 'Em On Down   02:49 $0.10
8 Hate To See You Go   03:20 $0.10
9 Hoo Doo Blues   02:36 $0.10
10 Little Rain   03:32 $0.10
11 Just Like I Treat You   03:24 $0.10
12 I Can't Quit You Baby   05:13 $0.10
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  • 0 STEVE May 10, 2020

    A awesome album. Rolling stones Are always great Entertainment.

  • 3 anonymous Dec 18, 2016

    At last after so many disappointing albums, The Stones get back to what they do best. This is easily the best music they have made in more than 20 years. Love it.

  • 1 anonymous Dec 10, 2016

    I love blues music! I thought I heard this was supposed to be done with Eric Clapton but if it was apparently he only played guitar on it which is a shame because he probably has a better blues voice than Mick does. I have always liked the Stones and I like the music on this but Mick even though he wants to really and truly doesn't have a blues voice that's great. Some of the songs he did well on but others he didn't. All in all it's still better than 95% of any new albums being released today or at least in my taste in music. For blues you just can't beat Joe Bonamassa right now though. If you haven't ever seen him in concert do yourself a favor and go to one.

  • 2 Dav Dec 10, 2016

    If you love early stones, and if you are a true Blues fan, what's not to like? For me, this is the best thing I've heard for a long time. Pure Blues / R&B played by true masters. Brilliant!

  • 2 Mr Albert Brooks Dec 03, 2016

    Best Stones album in far too many years. Keith and company are no longer imitating anyone, they are bringing everything they have learned through the years back to their own roots and supplying all that was missing from those earlier attempts at the Blues. Jagger has never sounded better. 5 stars.

  • 2 anonymous Dec 02, 2016

    Ok, so this is Stones album, this is blues album... I am not sure what people expected, but I do not understand low rates realy... For what it is, it is great. I am never tired and bored with blues, so I enjoyed it! They are back to the roots but now they have all the layers of years and life carved in their souls and you can hear that in the music. Maybe the choice of songs is not what I would choose, there are so many great blues songs, I would like to hear performed by Stones, but nevertheless, its good.
    Anyone who likes blues will enjoy this, anyone who likes Stones will enjoy it too, and for everyone else, well I think at least this music is great for driving...

  • 4 anonymous Dec 01, 2016

    For me this is one of the best Stones Albums ever, but I am a Blues fan. Jagger back playing the "harp" is original Stones for me. I understand they were in the studio just jamming and several tracks were done in a single take, pure professionalism. Hope they follow it up with another like album soon.

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