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Keith Richards And The X-Pensive Winos - Live At The Hollywood Palladium mp3 track

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Performer: Keith Richards And The X-Pensive Winos
Title: Live At The Hollywood Palladium
Country: Europe
Style: Blues Rock, Rock & Roll
Category: Rock / Blues
Rating: 4.3 ✦
Other format: TTA AA AIFF AAC MP2 AUD AHX

Tracklist

A1 Take It So Hard
A2 How I Wish
A3 I Could Have Stood You Up
A4 Too Rude
A5 Make No Mistake
B1 Locked Away
B2 Struggle
B3 Happy
B4 Connection
B5 Rockawhile

Notes

On the cover there is no album title.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CDVUS 45, 262 439 Keith Richards And The X-Pensive Winos Live At The Hollywood Palladium ‎(CD, Album) Virgin America, Virgin America CDVUS 45, 262 439 Europe 1992
VUSLP 45, 212439 Keith Richards And The X-Pensive Winos Live At The Hollywood Palladium, December 15, 1988 ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Num) Virgin America, Virgin America VUSLP 45, 212439 Europe 1991
0777 7 86262 2 2, CDVUS 45, 262 439 Keith Richards And The X-Pensive Winos Live At The Hollywood Palladium ‎(CD, Album) Virgin America, Virgin America, Virgin America 0777 7 86262 2 2, CDVUS 45, 262 439 Europe 1991
TC-VUSMC 45 Keith Richards And The X-Pensive Winos Live At The Hollywood Palladium ‎(Cass, Album) Virgin America TC-VUSMC 45 Turkey 1992
V2 07777 86262 2 0 Keith Richards And The X-Pensive Winos Live At The Hollywood Palladium ‎(CD) Virgin V2 07777 86262 2 0 Canada 1991


Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA. The Hollywood Palladium. Keith Richards, The X-pensive Winos. Live at the Hollywood Palladium (December 15, 1988). Richards even manages to get into the reggae groove without sounding too clichéd on "Too Rude. Live at the Hollywood Palladium is a solid live album that stands head and shoulders above most of the Stones' live records, and is easily a must-have for any serious Rolling Stones or Keith Richards fan.

Recorded live at the Hollywood Palladium, Los Angeles, California, December 15, 1988. Matrix, Runout (Variation 1): CDVUS-45 11 A2. Matrix, Runout (Variation 2): CDVUS-45 11 A3. Label Code: LC 3098.

Live at the Hollywood Palladium, December 15, 1988. Live at the Hollywood Palladium, December 15, 1988 is a live album by Keith Richards and was released on 10 December 1991, in the United States and 24 February 1992, in the United Kingdom. Recorded during the brief American tour, the only leg of the shows, in support of Talk Is Cheap in late 1988, Richards is supported by a set of musicians and friends dubbed "The X-Pensive Winos".

Mixed at The Hit Factory, . Total running time : 1hr 07mn 27s. On this version the text 'Manufactured and distributed in the UK by Virgin Records Lt. which appears on the back cover on other versions, is covered. Disc manufactured in the UK. For repress with Manufactured in the EU on disc & Mould SID code see here: Keith Richards And The X-Pensive Winos - Live At The Hollywood Palladium.

Make No Mistake Lyrics. 2. Locked Away Lyrics. Keith Richards and The X-Pensive Winos Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. All Music News . Popular Keith Richards And The X-Pensive Winos Lyrics.

Keith Richards and the X-Pensive Winos: I Could Have Stood You Up. Too Rude (live). Released in 1991, this recording captures Keith and the X-pensive Winos live at the Palladium in Hollywood, CA, on December 15, 1988.

Live at the Hollywood Palladium, December 15, 1988 - Студийный альбом от Keith Richards and The X-Pensive Winos. В альбом вошло 13 треков. Live at the Hollywood Palladium, December 15, 1988.

Keith Richards’s 1988 solo album, Talk Is Cheap, abounded in grooves, but it still sounded like an album of songs. For a musician like Richards, the live performance is the real story, and Live at the Hollywood Palladium, December 15, 1988 chronicles a very hot show – thereby telling the tale of Keith and his X-Pensive Winos very well indeed. Basically, it charts Richard’s effort to fit his elemental riff-craft into a band of handpicked players with a group identity very different from that of the Rolling Stones