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Vintage Vinos was released as a companion to Life, Keith’s Richards’ 2010 autobiography. Compiled from his three solo albums, it opens with “Take It So Hard” from 1988’s Talk Is Cheap sounding like Keith wasn’t quite finished exploring the trail blazed on Exile On Main St. — though he’s backed by the X-Pensive Winos here, who play more like the Faces than the Stones. Purportedly “You Don’t Move Me” was a pointed jab at Mick Jagger, so it makes perfect sense for the tune to appear here since passages of Keith’s book make light of Mick’s social gallivanting. The reggae infused “Too Rude” gives the X-Pensive Winos plenty of room to explore, making for a tune that would sit perfectly next to Seed Of Memory-era Terry Reid on a mix. But the song also shows that where others may have relied on studio hands, Richards actually assembled a band and hashed-out the arrangements to develop an honest chemistry. Hearing them play Stones’ staples “Time Is On My Side” and “Happy” reveals Keith’s more rootsy approach.

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Lovely Album

I absolutely love Keith Richards' work, all of it. And this album is of absolutely no exception.
From hearing track one, I thought it was going to be a cheap attempt at recreating that Rolling Stones sound we all know (and hopefully) love. But then I realised he's doing a lot more than that.
His fusion of Funk, Indie and acoustic rock is a truly fantastic compilation of his latest works.
Although the snare drum throughout the tracks begins to (slightly) annoy me, I put that aside and listen to the song as it is, and to be honest I think it's great.
Truly being a pleasure to listen to this album, I feel that Keith Richards has a long time to go until he's going to stop playing and recording new material, but maybe it's growing a little old? I'm just saying, maybe he should experiment with different sounds and styles to keep new, old and critical listeners interested.
However, I'm fine with the way it is at the moment.
Top notch album!

proper music

at its best


Whilst the Stones would fall high on my kind of varied list of Best Bands you don't need to be a Stones admirer to appreciate this album. From the opening track to the end it takes you on a journey of experience listening to this band. For its not just Keith the chemistry of this bunch of minstrels is of the type to produce a top of the range band which in this album has created top of the range music. Thanks guys
Jack Marriott


Born: 18 December 1943 in Dartford, Kent, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

He's acknowledged as perhaps the greatest rhythm guitarist in rock & roll, but Keith Richards is even more legendary for his near-miraculous ability to survive the most debauched excesses of the rock & roll lifestyle. His prodigious consumption of drugs and alcohol has been well documented, and would likely have destroyed anyone with a less amazing endurance level. On-stage with the Rolling Stones, he epitomized guitar-hero cool as the quiet, stoic alter ego to Mick Jagger's extroverted frontman,...
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