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One Hit (To The Body) - The Rolling Stones - Dirty Work (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Originally released in , now remastered & cut at revelatory Half-Speed at Abbey Road Studios from vinyl specific original tape transfers designed to get the very best possible sound from the format. Pressed on heavyweight g black vinyl, this album features the singles ‘Harlem Shuffle’ and ‘One Hit (To The Body)”.
  2. 8. Dirty Work 9. Had It With You Sleep Tonight "One Hit To The Body" is a rousing, impressive opener employing that old acoustic/electric guitar riff intro again and some impressive guests like Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page, Bobby Womack, Patti Scialfa and Kirsty McColl. It is as good as anything on "Emotional Rescue" or "Undercover" to be fair/5().
  3. Artist: The Rolling StonesTitle: Dirty WorkYear Of Release: / Label: Polydor ‎- UIGYGenre: RockQuality: DSD64 image (*.iso) Total Time: Total Size: GB Tracklist: 01 One Hit (To The Body) 02 Fight 03 Harlem Shuffle 04 Hold .
  4. Apr 10,  · The LP version of "One Hit to the Body" has going for it a pretty killer 15 second guitar solo from Jimmy Page, and a a more rocking 30 second outro which has Page again soloing but is joined by Keith and Ronnie for a great rocking jam which rocks in a more metallic way than the Stones are normally known for going. Great guitar workout of a.
  5. Jul 24,  · Dirty Work is probably the most maligned of all the Stones' albums. The Stones themselves like to pretend it doesn't exist, excluding any song from it on any compilation discs. It was recorded as the band was disintegrating in mid-late ; Founding member, pianist and the guy who kept things glued together, Ian Stewart, died during it's recording, and the relationship between Mick .
  6. Apart from a couple songs--"Winning Ugly" and "Back To Zero" in particular--it doesn't sound partcularly 'mid-'80s-ish at all--it just sounds like a well-produced rock & roll album. And the tunes are CATCHY--"One Hit (To The Body)", the mind-blowing raging rant "Hold Back" (with Jagger totally singing his head off), and the highly amusing title /5(68).
  7. Dirty Work on LP. Limited gm vinyl LP pressing. Originally released in , now remastered and cut at revelatory Half-Speed at Abbey Road Studios from vinyl specific original tape transfers designed to get the very best possible sound from the format. This album features the singles 'Harlem Shuffle' and 'One Hit (To The Body)".
  8. “One Hit (To The Body)” is, outside of the “Harlem Shuffle” cover, often regarded as the only memorable offering from Dirty Work. Led Zeppelin’s lead guitarist, Jimmy Page, lends superb riffs to.

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