The Rolling Stones doing what they do best, singing/playing the blues. They've been doing it for a while now. If your a true Stones fan there's no way this album will disappoint.
Good covers album, but unfortunately my biggest gripe is they didn't let Keith sing! Come on! Also, no Muddy Waters cover(s) on here. Huge missed opportunity for the Stones to record a studio rendition of anything from Muddy, especially "Mannish Boy" and/or "Champagne and Reefer" (the latter of which they've played live before). The band is literally named after one of Muddy's most famous songs. The Willie Dixon renditions are good, and honestly they could've recorded more and even have made this an even longer album. As a result, it's unfortunate that the album almost sounds like one gigantic song, and almost monotonous with just Mick Jagger singing, and absolutely no change-up in the style from song-to-song.
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