Has been awhile since I have listened to this album but was impressed with this funky, reggae infused rock n roll album. Highlights for me, were Hot Stuff, Memory Hotel, Melody, Fool to Cry.
Released in Canada and the USA in 1976 - "Black and Blue" would be the 15th studio album by British rock & rollers the Rolling Stones.
This was the band's first studio album released with guitarist, Ronnie Wood as the replacement for Mick Taylor. This album showed the band incorporating its traditional rock and roll style with heavy influences from reggae and funk music.
IMO - All of "Black and Blue" sounded tired, listless, and monotonous throughout. Out of this CD's 8 tracks there was absolutely nothing memorable here for me to enjoy listening to, at all.
The jazzy "Melody", the funky "Hot Stuff" and the heavy "Hand Of Fate", together with the others make this yet another great album by Mick and the boys!
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