I ask myself: “What record would I want if I was stranded on a deserted island?” The answer is the Rolling Stones’ Exile on Main St.
A big reason for the success of Beggar’s Banquet, Let it Bleed, Sticky Fingers and Exile on Main St. (the Stones’ top four albums) was the work of producer Jimmy Miller.
Guitarist Mick Taylor’s time in the Rolling Stones was brief, but he helped them create a handful of their best songs from 1969-1974
Labelled as the Greatest Rock N’ Roll band in the world, the Rolling Stones have also produced their fair share of ballads over the years.
Most Rolling Stones fans know the impact guitarist Mick Taylor had on the band during his tenure from 1969-1974.
It can be pretty daunting if you’re a new Rolling Stones fan and want to know which albums to get into from their vast catalogue, or which are their best records to check out first.
When it comes to rhythm and guitar riffs, Keith Richards is the backbone of the Rolling Stones and one of the all-time great rhythm players.
Many fans argue over which is the best Rolling Stones record. Well, it’s Exile on Main St.