The Rolling Stones - Bridges To Babylon (Remastered) (2020) [320 KBPS]


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Artist: The Rolling Stones
Title: Bridges To Babylon (Remastered)
Year Of Release: 1997
Label: Polydor Records
Genre: Rock
Quality: mp3-320
Total Time: 62:21
Total Size: 150 MB


Tracklist:

01. Flip The Switch (Remastered) (3:27)
02. Anybody Seen My Baby? (Remastered) (4:31)
03. Low Down (Remastered) (4:26)
04. Already Over Me (Remastered) (5:24)
05. Gunface (Remastered) (5:02)
06. You Don't Have To Mean It (Remastered) (3:44)
07. Out Of Control (4:44)
08. Saint Of Me (5:15)
09. Might As Well Get Juiced (Remastered) (5:23)
10. Always Suffering (Remastered) (4:44)
11. Too Tight (Remastered) (3:37)
12. Thief In The Night (Remastered) (5:16)
13. How Can I Stop (Remastered) (6:54)

Half Speed ReMasters HiRes Re-Issue: Bridges to Babylon is the 21st British and 23rd American studio album by British rock band the Rolling Stones, released by Virgin Records on 29 September 1997.

Unlike the prior several albums, which the production and songwriting team of vocalist Mick Jagger and guitarist Keith Richards had co-produced alongside a single producer, the group brought in an eclectic mix of superstar producers, including the Dust Brothers, Don Was, and Rob Fraboni among others. Similarly, a wide array of guest musicians appeared on each of the tracks alongside band members Jagger, Richards, Ronnie Wood (guitar) and Charlie Watts (drums). The sprawling album features a wide range of genres, including the Stones-standard blues rock, sample-laden hip hop and rap. The band was once again not on speaking terms during the recording of the album, with Jagger and Richards each recording their parts separately and rarely appearing in the studio together. They had, however, repaired their relationship well enough to embark on a wildly successful tour to support the album.

"Voodoo Lounge confirmed that the Stones could age gracefully, but it never sounded modern; it sounded classicist. With its successor, Bridges to Babylon, Mick Jagger was determined to bring the Rolling Stones into the '90s, albeit tentatively, and hired hip collaborators like the Dust Brothers (Beck, Beastie Boys) and Danny Saber (Black Grape) to give the veteran group an edge on their explorations of drum loops and samples. Of course, the Stones are the Stones, and no production is going to erase that, but the group is smart enough -- or Keith Richards is stubborn enough -- to work within its limitations and to have producer Don Was act as executive producer. As a result, Bridges to Babylon sounds like the Stones without sounding tired. The band is tight and energetic, and there's just enough flair to the sultry "Anybody Seen My Baby?," the menacing "Gunface," and the low-key, sleazy "Might as Well Get Juiced" to make them sound contemporary. But the real key to the success of Bridges to Babylon is the solid, craftsmanlike songwriting. While there aren't any stunners on the album, nothing is bad, with rockers like "Flip the Switch" and "Low Down" sounding as convincing as ballads like "Already Over Me." And, as always, Keith contributes three winners -- including the reggae workout "You Don't Have to Mean It" and the slow-burning "How Can I Stop" -- that cap off another fine latter-day Stones record." (Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG)

Mick Jagger, lead vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards
Keith Richards, guitar, backing vocals; lead vocals on "You Don't Have to Mean It", "Thief in the Night" and "How Can I Stop"
Ronnie Wood, guitar, backing vocals, slide guitar, pedal steel, dobro
Charlie Watts, drums, percussion
Additional musicians:
Darryl Jones, bass
Me'Shell Ndegeocello, bass
Danny Saber, bass, guitar, keyboards
Jeff Sarli, bass
Don Was, piano, keyboards
Blondie Chaplin, backing vocals, percussion
Pierre de Beauport, six–string bass, piano
Jamie Muhoberac, keyboards, bass
Doug Wimbish, backing vocals, bass
Waddy Wachtel, guitars, backing vocals
Matt Clifford, keyboards
Billy Preston, organ
Benmont Tench, keyboards
Darrell Leonard, trumpet
Wayne Shorter, saxophone
Joe Sublett, saxophone
Biz Markie, rapping
Bernard Fowler, backing vocals
Jim Keltner, percussion
Kenny Aronoff, bucket

Produced by Don Was, The Glimmer Twins, with Rob Fraboni, Danny Saber, Pierre de Beauport, and The Dust Brothers

Digitally remastered


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Torrent File Content

The Rolling Stones - Bridges To Babylon (Remastered) (2020)
  • 01 - Flip The Switch (Remastered).mp3 (8.5 MB)
  • 02 - Anybody Seen My Baby (Remastered).mp3 (10.9 MB)
  • 03 - Low Down (Remastered).mp3 (10.7 MB)
  • 04 - Already Over Me (Remastered).mp3 (13.0 MB)
  • 05 - Gunface (Remastered).mp3 (12.1 MB)
  • 06 - You Don't Have To Mean It (Remastered).mp3 (9.1 MB)
  • 07 - Out Of Control.mp3 (11.4 MB)
  • 08 - Saint Of Me.mp3 (12.6 MB)
  • 09 - Might As Well Get Juiced (Remastered).mp3 (12.9 MB)
  • 10 - Always Suffering (Remastered).mp3 (11.4 MB)
  • 11 - Too Tight (Remastered).mp3 (8.9 MB)
  • 12 - Thief In The Night (Remastered).mp3 (12.7 MB)
  • 13 - How Can I Stop (Remastered).mp3 (16.4 MB)


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