Review #14: Exile on Main Street, The Rolling Stones

#14: Exile on Main Street, The Rolling Stones

This came on somewhere in Illinois, just as the sun was coming up. I’m convinced there is no better road trip album than this one. There’s something about the blues when you’re traveling. I was driving over a bridge when this album started up and I’m pretty sure I alarmed some passerby with my jubilant singing to “Rocks Off.” (I…




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