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  • CD (31 juillet 2000)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Castle Distribution
  • ASIN : B000005RGF
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Format: CD
Composé entièrement par bill Wyman en 1974, cet album de 37 minutes contient 9 titres. On est assez loin des compositions des Stones, mais le registre (country,rock,blues) nous fait découvrir toute l'étendue du talent de Bill.Avec ses potes( dallas Taylor,danny Kootch...) et l'excellent Dr John(Rebennack) ,dans une ambiance "fun",avec la voix très chaleureuse de Wyman, les morceaux s'enchainent avec humour et virtuosité. Album qu'on écoute et qu'on ré-écoute souvent, il est indémodable et saura satisfaire toutes les personnes intéressées par la brillante carrière de Bill et ses rythm kings dont cet album annonçait déjà la couleur il y a 40ans. Aucune mauvaise piste.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 From 8-Track to LP 8 décembre 2012
Par guitargreg - Publié sur Amazon.com
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For the price and age of this LP it was a great buy for me. I had the 8-track when it first came out and I was so happy to hear these tracks again. Prompt delivery and in good packaging. Good source for good music. A few skips and scratches are to be expected and no complaint from me.
Merry Christmas,
Guitar Greg
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A classic 24 septembre 2007
Par David J. Pannell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I've had this album since it was first released, and it has remained one of my all-time favourites. Wonderful songs, laid-back arrangements, plenty of humour. I don't actually like the Stones all that much, but I do like this.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Just try not to smile 2 octobre 2016
Par SportingBlue - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I know, it's not quite rock 'n roll, but I like it! This is a forgotten effort by the forgotten Stone, but it's diverse and funny. So bad it's good, you might also say. A solo album by the bassist of the greatest band in the world had every right to absolutely stink, but the fact this one doesn't is something of a miracle. Wyman creates a poppy sort of country and folk, and punctuates that with his, eh... singing voice. Well, it's a bit more Keith than Mick, if you see what I mean. Not great but honest enough to get the job done. I enjoyed this one.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Tongue in Cheek Excellence from the Enigmatic Stone 15 mars 2007
Par R. Morris - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
All those years, Bill Wyman played superb bass in the Stones, stone-faced, off to the side. He laid down some of the greatest bass lines in rock and roll history in about as unpretentious a manner as humanly possible. And somehow, he managed to retain his sanity and his sense of humor while enduring the on-going soap opera of the Rolling Stones, from drug busts to woman-swaps to near-homicidal feuding. When he finally walked away from the Stones, they lost half of the greatest rhythm section in rock history, and in the years since, while the remaining four continue to tour to sold-out crowds around the world, Bill has gone on to become a successful writer, music historian, archivist, and archaeologist.

Wyman always was an enigma, due to his quiet nature. There was always much more going on with him than people realized. He was an army veteran. He was older. He was the Stone with a legitimate kid and wife from the very beginning, who had to balance the length of his hair between his night job and his new status as a rock and roll rebel. His romantic exploits made even Mick Jagger look like a choirboy (well, almost, though perhaps not the best-behaved choirboy). Sadly, though Wyman's song-writing ability was always there, but you'd not know it looking at the Stones' song credits. The Jagger/Richards team was a notorious rip-off combo, appropriating song credits and therefore royalties from Wyman, Mick Taylor and later Ronnie Wood.

In 1974, Bill became the first Stone to go solo with the release of his album 'Monkey Grip'. The music on the record is top-notch, heavy on the horns and a nice mix of rock and rhythm and blues. What makes the record memorable in addition to its solid music is that Wyman's sense of humor-- subdued for years due to the strains of working in the Stones--literally exploded into action. Every song on this album is a rollicking, tongue-in-cheek send-up on the perils of love and lust. It is one of the few albums I can slap on the turntable knowing full well I will chuckle at some of Wyman's lines and musical phrasing. The cagy Wyman knew full well what he was doing with this record. He was having fun. The music itself is whimsical, creative, and infectiously listenable. Whether talking about being pursued by a spurned lover with a gun, or sticking like monkey grip glue to a cheating lover, the songs are like short Peter Sellers movies. Guns, spurned crazy lovers, lovers that make your legs bend like a willow tree, white lightning that tastes so good, the desire to be the best dresser in town, all these statements are part of the wacky plots of songs that manage to rock and enchant.

You can't go wrong with this album. If you are expecting Rolling Stones, forget it. If you are expecting serious R&B, forget that, too. But if you want some insight into the creative mind of Bill Wyman, and you want to hear some original, bluesy riffs with fiddles, piano, horns, Motown-sounding lady backups, and Bill playing bass, piano, acoustic, electric and twanging away on a Jew's harp, as well as doing some pretty passable singing, you will not want to miss this record.

I consider it a must have in the Rolling Stones canon, if you are also following individual careers. It's fun all the way.

Four and a half stars, but I'm going to round upwards. Though 'Monkey Grip' is not in the same league as Mozart or the Stones, it is none the less a true contribution to rock and roll by one of rock's great bassists.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great. 3 avril 2016
Par CHRIS RANDALL - Publié sur Amazon.com
Love Bill Wyman. If anyone has a good sense of humor & loves a little touch of country with your rock & roll, give this a try. Been a fan for ever!
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