8 thoughts on “ All Down The Line - The Rolling Stones - Get Your Rocks Off (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Oh, hear the children crying all down the line. (All down the line.) We'll be watching out for trouble, yeah. (All down the line.) And we'd better keep the motor running, yeah. (All down the line.) Well, you can't say yes and you can't say no, Just be right there when the whistle blows. I need a sanctified girl with a sanctified mind to help me.
  2. Song information for All Down the Line - The Rolling Stones on AllMusic. Song information for All Down the Line - The Rolling Stones on AllMusic Blues-Rock (9) Hard Rock (9) Rock & Roll (9) Add Styles. Song Moods. LP Sleeve Box Set. Toshiba EMI: The Rolling Stones. The Singles: Polydor:
  3. The Rolling Stones - All Down the Line (version 2) (stereo) Lyrics. Yeah, heard the diesel drumming all down the line. Oh, heard the wires a humming all down the line. Yeah, hear the women sighing all down th.
  4. The Stones first recorded an acoustic version of this song in They recorded it electric in , and it was the first song completed for the Exile on Main St. sessions. Engineer Andy Johns told Goldmine in "It was the first one that was finished cause we'd be .
  5. The Rolling Stones are an English rock band formed in London in The first stable line-up consisted of bandleader Brian Jones (guitar, harmonica, and keyboards), Mick Jagger (lead vocals, harmonica), Keith Richards (guitar, vocals), Bill Wyman (bass), .
  6. Electronic duo Erasure get back to basics on an album that reiterates Vince Clarke’s talent as a pop craftsman. Having addressed the state of the nation on ’s downbeat World Be Gone.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Rolling Stones - All Down The Line at Discogs. Complete your The Rolling Stones collection/5(9).
  8. "All Down The Line" is one of the most powerful songs on the album, and will always be one of my favorites. It has the excellent guitar work of Richards and Taylor, the horns and Bobby Keye's sax, and the powerful energy that was characteristic of their songs from this period. And it's not the sort of whiney drivel like "Angie" that followed/5(5).

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