This CD has a booklet of lyrics, some studio photos, and informs the reader of some facts and thoughts.
This is the third solo album, Talk is Cheap (1989); and Main Offender (1992), and "his first in nearly twenty-five years." Recorded in Germano Studios, in downtown New York. Richard explains. "It kicked off in a very low-key way - Let's just cut some tracks when we're in town and feel like it. There's nothing like walking into a studio and having absolutely no idea what you're going to come out with in the other end. There was no deadline - we were working just for the sheer fun of it. Then suddenly I realized it was bigger than I expected."
These fifteen tracks "comprise something like a compendium of Richard's wide-ranging musical loves - from the raw acoustic blues of the title track to the country ache of 'Robbed Blind,' from the the Memphis soul of 'Lover's Plea' to the sinuous reggae groove of Gregory Isaacs' 'Love Is Overdue,' from the rock-and-roll swing of 'Trouble' to the folk Americana of Leadbelly's 'Good Night Irene'."
Keith Richard wrote or co-wrote with Steve Jordan on thirteen of the fifteen songs.
Its been a long wait for Keef"'s new CD... Always provocative, his voice has remained the same...Have admired Keef forever, I always tried to keep up with his drug consumption, but, than God, could not do it...
Keef rules, hopes he lives forever!
Sort of surprised that BPL picked up his CD. Good on ya, BPL.
Very enjoyable. Keef shows a lot of versatility here. Excellent musicianship and fun songs.
I've idolized Keith since I was a teen in the 60's. He's an incredible guitarist and songwriter, but there's a reason he writes those songs with Mick. After a 54 year career the truth is out, he's a terrible singer, sometimes his voice reminds me of Captain Beefheart! I guess when you're that rich and famous, you can get away with releasing anything you feel like. I was disappointed.
He can play guitar but he sure an't no soloist. TERRIABLE
not a shitty track on this record. Long Live Keith.
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